Register of Electors

Polling day: 25 May 2018

The 2018/2019 Register of Electors came into effect on the 15th February 2018.

If you are not sure whether you are registered to vote in the forthcoming referendum, or whether or not you are registered at the correct address, you can find out very simply by checking the electoral register at www.checktheregister.ie. You may also check the register in local authority offices, post offices, Garda stations and public libraries.

If you are not registered, you can make sure you are added to a supplement to the register by downloading form RFA2 and sending or delivering the completed form to your local authority office.

If you are at the incorrect address you can change this using form RFA3.

And if you are already registered and have become an Irish citizen download form RFA5.

These forms are also available at local authority offices.

To ensure you are registered to vote, you should return the relevant form to your local authority as soon as possible and note the following deadlines:

Supplements to the Postal Voters and Special Voters Lists for Referendum

Applications must be received by the registration authority by 28th April 2018.

Supplement to the Register of Electors

Application for entry in the supplement must be received by the registration authority by 8th May 2018.

But don’t wait! Do it as soon as possible.

Check the Register

Registration to vote is closed. If you are not sure whether you are registered to vote in the referendum, or whether or not you are registered at the correct address, you can find out very simply by checking the electoral register.