Friday February 28, 2020

Blank Canvass: Ross’s green posters being recycled a little too quickly

As the parties enter the final week on the hustings, Fine Gael gets a glimmer of hope from the bookies, canvassers beat a hasty retreat from ‘Dirty Harry’ house and Michael Lowry‘s campaign gets airborne

Aiden Corkery

Political Correspondent

2nd February, 2020
Michael Lowry: rising above it

Recycled too soon

Shane Ross has been having a spot of bother with posters going missing. Blank Canvass was sent a picture from Fassaroe recycling centre in Wicklow where a stack of his posters were to be seen lying forlornly in a dumpster. Ross has gone to great effort to place “I’m recycled” stickers on his posters but we’re certain he was hoping they wouldn’t see the recycling centre quite so quickly. A...

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