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Do you know? All residents of Ireland have the right to vote. Register now!!!!

Dublin: A voter registration campaign has recently commenced in various regions of Ireland, including Dublin. This initiative is aimed at ensuring that all eligible residents of Ireland, aged 18 and above, exercise their right to vote in the forthcoming local elections scheduled for the upcoming year.

In Dublin, specifically, four prominent local councils are actively participating in this endeavor. These councils include Dublin City Council, Fingal County Council, Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, and South Dublin County Council. Their joint effort in this regard was initiated as of yesterday. The councils are earnestly urging all residents residing within the Dublin area to complete the voter registration process and update their current voter details via the official portal, http://www.Voter.ie.

For Dublin residents, http://www.Voter.ie serves as the dedicated platform for voter registration. However, for individuals residing outside of Dublin, a separate website, http://www.checktheregister.ie, has been provided to facilitate re-registration, verification, and the updating of voter information. This campaign aims to promote civic engagement and ensure that every eligible citizen’s voice is heard in the upcoming local elections.

To register to vote, individuals must provide essential information, including their current address, yearcode, date of birth, and Personal Public Service Number (PPSN). For already-registered voters, it is crucial to regularly update their personal particulars, including their current address, yearcode, date of birth, and PPSN.

Eligibility for voter registration extends to anyone who is 18 years of age or older and resides within the boundaries of a local electoral area ward. It’s important to note that the same voter list is utilised for both general elections and European Union elections. Consequently, individuals who have acquired Irish citizenship have the privilege to cast their votes in both general and European Union elections, provided their names are present on the shared voter register. This process ensures that newly naturalised citizens can fully participate in the democratic processes of the country.

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