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Are you registered to Vote?

Your Vote MATTERS!

The Register of Electors comes into force on 15 February each year and is used at each election and referendum held in the succeeding 12 months.

The Draft Register of Electors for 2022 – 2023 is now being prepared. It will be published online on on 1 November 2021 and will be available for inspection in Civic Office, in our libraries and also in post offices and Garda Stations within our area.

Applications for entry to the Register of Electors 2022-2023 closes on 25 November.

It is important that you check that your details / voting status are correct and that you are registered only once.

Following the publishing of the Draft Register any person may submit a claim to have a correction made to their details on the Draft Register, including a claim to have the name of a person added to, or deleted from, on or before 25 November 2021.

All application forms for the Register of Electors, including a change of citizenship, are included at

If you have any queries, please contact the City Council on 01 222 5010 or by emailing

You can check your details online at

Right to vote:

• Be at least 18 years of age on the day the Register comes into force.

• You must be ordinarily resident in the State since 1 September in the year preceding the coming into force of the Register.

As a resident you are entitled to be registered, the registration authority needs to know a person’s citizenship to determine the elections at which they may vote.

Voting rights:

• Presidential Election and Referendum – Irish citizens

• Dáil Election – Irish citizens and British citizens

• European Parliament Election – Irish citizens and EU Member State citizens

• Local Elections – All citizens resident in Ireland

Contact Dublin City Council at:

Phone: 01 222 5010


raymcadam View All

Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City

Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee

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