To be eligible to vote on 24th May, you must register by 7th May. You can check the register here.
Who can vote in the European elections?
Any Irish person over the age of 18 years who is registered to vote can do so in the European elections. Citizens of any EU country who are living in Ireland can vote in this election on 24th May. We write Europe’s next chapter together.
How do you get on the register?
There is still time to get on the supplementary register. Whether you are an Irish voter or from another EU country, the process to get on the supplementary register is the same.
If you need to get on the supplementary register, you can print off an RFA2 form here and fill it out. You will have to bring it to your local Garda station and remember to bring photo ID. The form must then be delivered to your local county council no later than Tuesday, 7th May.
If you have changed address since you last voted, you will need an RFA3 form here. The process for filling it out is similar to that for the RFA2 form.
Where is my county council?
Within Dublin, there are four county councils. They are as follows:
Dublin City Council
South Dublin County Council
County Hall Tallaght,
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council