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Roscommon and Offaly County Council Local Election Results 1942 to 2009 September 10, 2012
Michael J Collins, Patrick Costello, Jack Dillon, Patrick C Fitzgerald, Michael Noonan -Fianna Fail -Bruff -1979 Local Elections August 23, 2012
From the 1979 Local Elections a leaflet for Fianna Fail Bruff candidates, Michael J Collins, Patrick Costello, Jack Dillon, Patrick C Fitzgerald and Michael Noonan running for seats on Limerick County Council. Noonan (1,782 votes) and Collins (1353) were elected whilst Dillon (552), Fitzgerald (439) and Costello (244) missed out.
Gerard Brady, Seamus Kenny, Pól Mac Murchú and Noirin Slattery- Fianna Fail 1979 Local Elections Area 9 Dublin June 25, 2012
From the 1979 Local Elections a leaflet for Gerard Brady, Seamus Kenny, Pól Mac Murchú and Noirin Slattery who were running for Fianna Fail in area 9 (Rathfarnham/Rathmines) for seats on Dublin Corporation.
Gerard Brady was the only Fianna Fail candidate elected polling 2789 votes, MacMhurchú polled 896 votes, Slattery 545 votes and Kenny 404 votes.
The result and other local election results are available here in excel format
The highlights from the Fianna Fail local elections manifesto are also included. Amongst them ‘Building Societies have been told to redirect more funds to first time buyers’ and “A fireplace provided for all tenants in Local Authorities housing”
Flyer from Sean Moore, Kit Robinson, Ciaran O’Loughlin -Fianna Fail -1979 Local Elections June 15, 2012
From the 1979 Local Elections a flyer for Fianna Fail candidates Sean Moore, Kit Robinson and Ciaran O’Loughlin who were running in Area 10.
Moore polled 2,787 votes and was easily elected, whilst Robinson polled 526 votes and O’Loughlin 698.
Sean Moore was first elected to the Council in 1950 and was a TD for Dublin South East from 1965 to February 1982. Sean Moore Road and Sean Moore Park in Irishtown are named after him.
1979 leaflet for Fine Gael candidates Michael McDowell, Joe Doyle, Tommy Woods and Finola Gill June 9, 2012
From the 1979 Local Elections a leaflet for Fine Gael candidates Michael McDowell, Joe Doyle, Tommy Woods and Finola Gill (who later married John Bruton). Joe Doyle was elected. McDowell polled 1271 votes, Gill 960 and Woods 497.
McDowell was later a founder member and became leader of The Progressive Democrats.
Old Local Election Results uploaded in excel form here
Old Local Election results. Mayo 1925 to 2009, Louth 1974 to 2009, Longford 1955 to 2009 June 3, 2012
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Mayo County Council Local Election Results 1925 to 2009
Local election results for Kilkenny 1955 to 2009, Laois 1960 to 2009 and Leitrim 1920 to 2009 January 27, 2012
Another batch of old local election results, this time results for Kilkenny County Council 1955 to 2009,Laois County Council 1960 to 2009 and Leitrim County Council 1920 to 2009.
The Main page for old Local election results is HERE
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Kilkenny County Council 1955 to 2009