“We Can’t Pay! We Wont Pay!” -Thomas Pringle, Luke Ming Flanagan Flyer for anti Septic Tank, Water and Household Charge meeting from November 2011 January 22, 2012
‘Tips for Canvassers’ from Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan -Independent -Roscommon South Leitrim February 8, 2011
From the 2011 General Election campaign a ‘Tips for Canvassers’ leaflet produced by Independent candidate running in Roscommon South Leitrim, Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan. Flanagan is seen as having a good chance of winning a seat. His Website
Dole Éireann- Documentary on Luke ‘Ming’ Flanaghans 1997 Election Campaign in Galway West January 7, 2011
I stumbled across this recently, ‘Dole Éireann’ a documentary on Luke ‘Ming’ Flanaghan’s 1997 Election Campaign in Galway West. Its quite entertaining.
Flanaghan, the current Mayor of Roscommon, is tipped by many to make the leap into the Dail in 2011
‘VOTE MING’ -Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan -Choice Party -late 90s February 17, 2010
A couple of ‘Ming’ posters from Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan. They date from the 1997 General Election in Galway West and 1999 European Elections in Connaught-Ulster.
I’ve no idea who won the Frank Fahey look-a-like competition.
Ming The Merciless was campaigning for the legalisation of Cannabis at the time. He now of course is one of the most popular and respected councillors in Roscommon.
Luke ‘Ming’ Flanaghan – Castlerea – 2009 LE January 9, 2010
Luke ‘Ming’ Flanaghan once considered a joke candidate as he campaigned for the legalisation of Cannabis and once sent a joint to each member of the Oireachtas as part of the campaign. He modeled himself on ‘Ming The Merciless’ from the Flash Gordon series.
Elected first in the 2004 local elections, where he topped the poll, he has gained a reputation as an excellent councillor which was reflected in 2009 when he was returned on the first count again.
He has a special interest in gaining recreational facilities for Castlerea. After his 2004 election, in relation to recreational facilities he was quoted “I’m not exactly looking for the Olympics to be held in Castlerea, but we are asking for something to be done.”