If you are not registered you cannot vote
To find out if you are registered to vote and for applications forms.
- Click on the following link www.checktheregister.ie
- If you are not registered or need to change address etc the relevant forms are available on www.checktheregister.ie
Do not post application forms to the Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice.
To find out where to post your application form or for further queries - contact your Local County Council - click on link below
Application Forms can only be posted to:-
The Franchise Section
YOUR County Council (in which you reside)
The above information and application forms are also available in the section REGISTER! on this website
Active Citizenship Voter/Education Workshops 2015
Local and EU Elections Results - Only 51.60% Voter Turnout
In the 2014 Local and EU Elections voter turnout dropped by 6% from the 2009 Elections.
Below is information on the voter turnouts and lists of Elected County Councillors and MEPs
Active Citizenship Voter/Education Workshops 2014
Approximately 70% of people living in Ireland voted in the 2011 General Election. Many people believe that by casting their vote they have met their obligation to participate in the democratic system. Voting at elections time is not enough. If we seek a more just and inclusive society we need to continue to engage with our electoral representatives. This engagement is essential to ensure that promises are honoured and our representatives held accountable!
Facts and Figures which continue to be important in the Post Election Period collated by David Kutta, Clare Active Citizenship