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|Subjects:||Northern Ireland Assembly Election, 2022|
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Many thanks to Ciarán who forwarded these to the Archive, these are some of those election materials which are being posted up over the next while – these, and others from the parties of the centre and right, will also be hosted on the Irish Election Literature site which is the home of electoral materials.
This from the SDLP is of considerable interest. Note the strong red colour scheme and the emphasis on the ‘Cost of Living Crisis’. Adam Gannon achieved 6,029, ahead of the TUV’s Alex Elliott on 3,351 but behind Paul Bell of the DUP, who didn’t win a seat, and that same party’s candidate Deborah Erskine on 6,695 who did.