Referendum Information

There are 2 types of Referenda:

Constitutional Referenda

When the government wishes to change something in the constitution it must hold a constitutional referendum.

Ordinary Referenda

When the government wishes to introduce a law of national importance the Seanad and Dail can petition the President to hold a referendum.

Who can vote In a Referendum?

Every Irish citizen who is 18 years and included in the register of electors is entitled to vote in a referendum.

Register of Electors

To find out if you are on the register of Electors go to www.checkthe register.ie

Forms regarding registration are also available on www.checkthe register.ie

For any queries relating to registration change of address etc contact the Franchise Section your Local County Council.

List of County Councils http://www.housing.gov.ie/local-government/administration/local-authorities/local-authorities

N.B. Do not post any forms to The Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice they must be sent to your Local County Council

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