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Sunday 10 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# polling day

Last year
Macron battles French left in tight parliament election
Polling projections show that Macron’s party will be the largest, but may fall short of an overall majority.
All time
Concerns raised as NBRU to curtail Dublin Bus route on polling day over anti-social behaviour
The NBRU claims drivers haven’t been getting the required assistance from local representatives and gardaí to deal with such problems.
What to look out for as the UK delivers an election verdict with Brexit on the horizon
The extended Brexit date of 31 January looms large over the election.
Referendum to give Irish abroad vote in presidential elections delayed to last week in October
The referendum was initially due to take place in May but Cabinet today approved to move it to the autumn.
Long lines and technical issues as US voters go to the polls
The midterm elections mark the first major voter test of Donald Trump’s controversial presidency.
Voting closes after high turnout in Zimbabwe's first post-Mugabe election
Officials overseeing the polls said long queues at many polling stations suggested a high turnout nationwide.
Mugabe hopes his former party will lose Zimbabwe election
Voters in Zimbabwe are going to the polls today in the country’s first election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot.
UK on election countdown during last few hours of voting
The polls close at 10pm.
Brexit's even affecting the Australian elections this Sunday
In the last few days before Australia’s federal election, Brexit is starting to sway voters.
Poster Watch: They're supposed to be DOWN by now - are there any near you?
Any candidate who still has one up faces a €150 fine from their local authority from today.
Are you voting in the May referendums? Better check you're on the register
The register is updated every year, so you better check you are on it.
Here's when you'll start seeing election posters on lampposts across the country
We bet you can’t wait…
93 per cent of Crimeans want to re-join Russia: exit polls
Crimeans have been going to the polls to decide on whether to leave Ukraine and join Russia. Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has condemned the ballot as ‘illegal’.
PIC: Low turnout reported as voters decide on Seanad and Court of Appeal
Have you voted yet?
Column: Europeans saying Obama has to win? It makes me want to scream
It makes little difference to us who sits in the Oval Office – and we shouldn’t kid ourselves otherwise, says David Cronin.
Referendum roundup: Your last-minute information station
Campaigning on the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ side shut down at 2pm today. As you get your voting card ready for tomorrow’s poll, pushes aside the political point-scoring…
PHOTOS: People living on Donegal islands go to the polls
Some of the 750 voters on the islands off the Donegal coast cast their ballots in the referendum today, three days before the rest of the country.
Proposal to bring Bill to move referendum date rejected
The proposal by Independent TDs was voted down in the Dáil this evening.
Our guide to the 2011 General Election polling day
Confused about voting? We have all the information you could possibly need.