Polling day is scheduled for 8th March 2024. Applications for entry to the Register of Electors closes on 20th February 2024 5:00 PM
It is now your responsibility to ensure that you’re registered to vote
The referendums on the proposals contained in the Thirty-ninth Amendment of the Constitution (The Family) Bill 2023 and the Fortieth Amendment of the Constitution (Care) Bill 2023 will be held on Friday, 8th March 2024. If you are eligible to vote and not on the register of electors you must apply on or before Tuesday, 20th February 2024.
To be eligible to vote in a Referendum:
- You must be 18 years of age on or before Friday, 8th March 2024.
- You must be living full time at the address at which you wish to be registered.
- You must have Irish Citizenship.
How to apply:
- On-line on www.checktheregister.ie
- Hard Copy Forms (ERF1) are available at Carlow County Council, Head Office at the address below and libraries across the county.
- Copies are also available to download at www.checktheregister.ie
Won’t be able to make it to the Polling Station on Polling Day?
If your illness or disability or due to work/service or study reasons you
are prevented from attending a polling station on polling day, you may be
entitled to vote by post.
If you have had an illness/disability postal vote in the last general election in 2020, there is no need to re-apply.
Contact Carlow County Council at 059-9170300 or email email@example.com to check your postal voter status or to enquire about your eligibility.
Forms to apply for a postal vote can be downloaded at www.checktheregister.ie
Applications for entry onto the postal voters list must be received on or before the closing date Monday, 12th February 2024
All completed forms must be returned by either email to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or by Free Post, at the address below:
Register of Electors,
Carlow County Council Offices,
For more information please see Register Of Electors