This week from the Irish Election Literature Blog… January 29, 2010Posted by WorldbyStorm in Irish Politics.
More from AK at IELB… and a good selection too…
From 1995, The Democratic Left’s Eamon Gilmore, Denis O’Callaghan and Colm Breathnach ask “How many councillors does it take to turn off Water Tax?”.
[There’s a campaign likely to be revived any day now – wbs]
Still with Gilmore, but in his Workers Party Guise, from 1989 “150 words about local issues in Dun Laoghaire”.
People Before Profit’s Rory Hearne from 2007 in Dublin South East.
The Socialist Party’s Martin Walsh from Dublin South Central in 1997.
From 1989’s European Election Campaign in Connaught Ulster, Sinn Fein’s Pat Doherty, Dermot Guy and Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin.
And Finally from the 1992 Abortion Referendum The Pro-Life Campaigns main Leaflet….
And finally, finally, nothing to do with politics at all…
As ever, many thanks to AK…