If you are Not Registered you cannot VOTE!
If you don’t VOTE your VOICE won’t be HEARD!
To check if you are registered click on the following link www.checktheregister.ie
Key in your Province and your County/City Council
If you are not registered the relevant forms are available on www.checktheregister.ie
The above information and application forms are also available in the section REGISTER! on this website
If you do not find the information you require contact your Local Authority Ireland - Local Authorities contact details
Did You Know?
That the Draft Register of voters will be published on November 1st
You can check the Draft Register to see if your name is on the Register from November 1st to November 25th at Local Authorities/County Council Offices or at the local Library or local Garda Station.
If your name is not on the Register you can complete and send in your completed RFA Form before November 25th RFA FORM
The final Register will be published in February 2014. If your name is not included in this Register you can complete the Supplementary Registration Form and return it to your Local Authority. You will then be able to VOTE in the Local and EU Elections in May 2014
For more information click on the following link REGISTER!
Local Government and EU Elections 2014
The Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice is in the process of facilitating the Active Citizenship/Voter Education Programme(ACP) in preparation for the May 2014 Local Government and EU Elections.
Flyers and information has been distributed to County and Town Councils and as well as to a large number of NGOs and Community Groups. At present workshops are being facilitated in Dublin, Kilkenny, Mayo, Kildare and Louth. A number of community leaders are participating in Training Trainers workshops
2009 Local Election Results - Local Authority Constituency Information - Electoral Areas, Councillors etc.
2009 EU Elections Results - Electoral Areas and MEP Representatives.
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