Litter bugs: Candidates who still have posters up The deadline for removing general election campaign posters passed at midnight on Friday night, but there can still be some seen on Saturday morning Sat 5 Mar 2016 The deadline for removing general election posters was midnight on Friday night/Saturday morning, but some are still being spotted. Here, Green Party and Labour Party posters can be seen on Dawson Street, Dublin on Saturday morning. Photograph: Dominic Coyle An Alan Kelly poster remains up in Thurles, Co Tipperary. Photograph: Katie O'Toole A poster for the Green Party candidate Donna Cooney in Howth, Dublin. Photograph: Stephen Ray Also in Howth, a poster for outgoing TD Terence Flanagan. Photograph: Stephen Ray An AAA-PBP poster on Pearse Street, Dublin, on Saturday. Photograph: Dominic Coyle A Sinn Fein poster on Dartmouth Road, Dublin. Photograph: Dominic Coyle A poster for Renua leader Lucinda Creighton seen on Tara Street in Dublin on Saturday morning. Photograph: Dominic Coyle A poster remains on a gate outside Clonsilla train station. Photograph: Eithne Donnellan Also outside Clonsilla Train station, a poster for Sinn Féin. Photograph: Eithne Donnellan Workers' Party candidate Éilis Ryan. Photograph: Ciaran D'Arcy AAA's Diana O'Dwyer. Photograph: Ciaran D'Arcy A poster for Michael O'Brien who ran for the AAA-PBP in Dublin Bay North. Fine Gael TD for Dublin Bay South, Kate O'Connell. Photograph: Ciaran D'Arcy Richard Boyd Barrett poster in Dun Laoghaire. Photograph: Patsy McGarry Denise Mitchell at Wooden Bridge, Clontarf. Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin. Gary Gannon of the Social Democrats. Fine Gael's Noel Rock (Dublin North West).