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Draft Register of Electors 2021/2022
- The Draft Register of Electors 2021/2022 is now being prepared and will be published on 1st November, 2020 for checking.
- You have until 25th November 2020 to make sure your name is on the Register and your details are correct.
What happens then?
The Final Register of Electors 2021-2022 is published on 1st February 2021 and comes into force on 15th February 2021 and is used at every election and referendum held during the following 12 months.
Fill out a form today if you are not on the register @ www.voter.ie
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All forms and claims for corrections in the Draft Register should be sent to the registration Authority.
The address is Dún Laoghaire –Rathdown County Council, Franchise Section, Dundrum Office Park, Dundrum Dublin 14, D14YY00
Register of Electors
The Register of Electors comes into force on 15th February each year and remains in force until 14th February of the following year. The Register is used at each election and referendum held in the succeeding 12 months. In order to be able to vote at an Election or Referendum, a person’s name must be entered on the Register of Electors for the locality in which they ordinarily reside. If you are not registered you can be added to a Supplement to the Register by filling in an RFA 2 form or an RFA 3 form (Application for inclusion in the Supplement to the Register of Electors, and Application for inclusion in the supplement to the Register of Electors Change of Address).” Being on the Register does not automatically entitle a person to vote in all elections – please see “Voting Rights” below.
Every resident aged 18 and upwards is entitled to be on the Register. A person must be ordinarily resident at the address at which he/she wishes to be registered. Every adult resident in the state is entitled to be registered, their citizenship determines the type of elections they may vote in:
Referenda Only - Only Irish citizens can vote in referenda, e.g., to vote for or against a proposal to modify the Irish Constitution (Bunreacht na hEireann).
Presidential Only - Only Irish citizens can vote in Presidential Elections.
Elections for Dail Eireann – Both Irish and British citizens can vote in elections for Dáil Eireann
Elections for the European Parliament – Irish, British and other European Union (EU) citizens can vote in elections for the European Parliament.
Elections for Local Government – Irish, British, EU and non-EU citizens can vote in Local Elections.
Register of Electors 2020-2021
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Supplement to the Register
If a person is not included in the Register of Electors currently in force, they may apply for entry in the supplement to the Register by completing an RFA2/RFA3 form, whichever is applicable.
Persons entered in the Supplement are entitled to vote at Elections/Referenda held during the duration of the Register in force if they match the criteria. Any individual entered in the Supplement will automatically be entered in the Register of Electors published the following February.
Dáil Constituency Boundary Changes from Dublin Rathdown to Dún Laoghaire Constituency
Please note that changes to the map of the Dáil Constituency Boundary proposed are as follows:
Polling Districts of Carrickmines 2 - K1
Town Land/Street Name: Ballyogan Grove and Castle View are now part of the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown constituency.
Polling Districts of Leopardstown 2 - K5
Town Land/Street Name: Vantage Central, Vantage East and Vantage West in Central Park Legionaries, Leopardstown Road and Tudor Lawns, Leopardstown Road are now part of the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown constituency.
See map here