Dublin County Returning Officer

Dublin North, Dublin West, Dublin Mid-West, Dublin South-West, Dublin South, Dún Laoghaire

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Details of Polling Places and Candidates

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Details of the Polling Schemes in use for the European and Local Elections in the Dublin County Area  and for the Dublin West Bye-Election can be viewed by clicking on the links below or via the menu options to the left of this web page.  The polling schemes list each polling place along with the voter numbers that are assigned to each place.

Polling Scheme - Fingal

Polling Scheme - South Dublin

Polling Scheme - Dún Laoghaire - Rathdown

Polling Scheme - Dublin West Bye-Election

 

Details of the candidates that have been nominated to date for the Dublin West Bye Election are available by clicking on the following link or via the "Dublin est Bye-Election 2014" menu option to the left of this page.

Notice of Poll  Dublin West Bye-Election

 

Last Updated on Monday, 12 May 2014 17:38
 

Stations Inaccessable to Wheelchair Users (May 2014)

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 European Parliament. Local Elections and Bye-Election Constituency of Dublin West

May 23rd 2014

In accordance with Section 3 of the Electoral (Amendment) Act 1996, I hereby give notice that the polling stations named hereunder are not accessible to wheelchair users. Those electors wishing to transfer to a polling station which is accessible please contact the undersigned.

South Dublin County

  • Scoil Áine Girls National School, New Road, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
  • Ballyroan Boys National School, Ballyroan Road, Dublin 16.

Dún Laoghaire - Rathdown

  • St Brigid's National School, Merville Road, Stillorgan, County Dublin.
  • Our Lady's Boys National School, Balinteer Avenue, Dublin 16
  • Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan Road, Blackrock, County Dublin.
  • St. Kevin's National School, Pearse Street, Sallynoggin, Co. Dublin.

Fergus J. Gallagher,
Dublin County Returning Officer,
Unit 17, Tolka Valley Business Park,
Ballyboggan Road,
Dublin 11.
Ph: (01) 8306785.
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Polling Places for European and Local Elections

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A list of all Polling Places being used in the areas of Fingal, South Dublin and Dunlaoghaire Rathdown is available by clicking the link below.  This list will be updated shortly to show which voters are assigned to each polling place.

List of Polling Places 2014

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 April 2014 10:04
 

Dublin West Bye-Election

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A Bye-Election will be held in the Constituency of Dublin West on May 23rd simultaneously with the European and Local Elections.   Details of this election can be viewed by clicking the "Dublin West Bye-Election 2014" item in the menu to the left of this web page.   There are also details available for prospective candidates including forms for use in the nomination of candidates.

 

European and Local Elections 2014

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Mr. Phil Hogan T.D., Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, has announced that the Government has agreed that the European Parliament and Local Elections will be held on Friday 23 May 2014. Polling will be between the hours of 7am and 10pm on that day.

Every person aged 18 years or over is entitled to be registered as a local government elector for the local electoral area where they ordinarily reside -   citizenship is not a requirement for voting at the local elections.  Every person who is a citizen of Ireland or who is ordinarily resident in the State and has reached the age of 18 years and who is not subject to any disqualification is eligible for election to a local authority.  At the local elections 949 members of 31 local authorities will be elected in 137 local electoral areas.

Every Irish and other EU citizen living in Ireland aged 18 years or over is entitled to be registered to vote at the European Parliament elections in Ireland. Every Irish citizen and other EU citizen living in Ireland who has reached the age of 21 years and who is not subject to any disqualification can stand for election in any European constituency in the State.  11 MEPs will be elected   in the State at the European Parliament elections next May.   The proposed three constituencies in which MEPs will be elected are specified in the European Parliament Elections (Amendment) Bill 2013 which is scheduled to be debated in the Oireachtas this month.

Last Updated on Monday, 10 February 2014 17:38
 
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