Tag Archives: Election posters

This afternoon.

John L Gillen tweetz:

I made planters for my tomatoes from some of [Social Democrat] Gary Gannon posters from the European election.

In fairness.


Morgen Scheißekopf writez:

“A Labour election poster I took on the Howth Road in Raheny on Saturday.

Notice the strategically protruding cable tie ends, one at animal eye height, one at child eye height and one at adult eye height.

“I contacted the candidate’s election team over a week ago and they promised to deal with it immediately. However Labour have a track record of not delivering election promises…”


Election posters for the forthcoming local and European elections on May 24 went up from midnight last night.



Related: Dalkey Tidy Towns says it will ‘remove and destroy election posters’ (Jack Power, The Irish Times)

This afternoon.

Outside Scoil Thomas, Laurel Lodge Road, Castleknock, Dublin 15.

Con Kennedy tweetz:

I thought you couldn’t canvas or have election/referendum material within 100m of polling station? Here’s my poling station this morning with 4 (one hidden) poles with NO posters on it.


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Not that low?

Ronan Moore writes:

“Terence Flanagan election poster is obstructing drivers’ views from Charlemont Road to Howth Road, Dublin, in clear breach of Dublin City Guidelines which state: Posters should be erected at a minimum height of 2.3 metres above footpaths, cycle tracks or any area to which pedestrians have access… Duly reported to Dublin City Council.”


Earlier: Too Low, Jo