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# Referendums

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Polls closed: Here's a snapshot of the turnout across the country
How did the polls change in the run up to other recent referendums?
The people in charge of the referendum are confident this ballot paper won't confuse you
Same-sex marriage vote to be one of a number of referendums to be held in 2015
No referendum on ‘women in the home’ clause before "extensive consultations"
East-west divide? Referendum map shows how the country split on Seanad
The Seanad is here to stay as referendum defeated
'We don’t really simplify things that are straightforward': Ballot papers cause confusion
Get out the vote: Polls open across the country for two referenda
Let’s figure this out – what’s the real plural of referendum?
Minister expects low turnout and senators to respect referendum result
Polling cards to be sent to 29,000 new voters after council blunder
Poll indicates Seanad referendum will pass, but a fifth don't know how they'll vote
Explainer: What is the Court of Appeal Referendum all about?
Declan Ganley: "Fewer politicians" is not an argument for getting rid of Seanad
Declan Ganley
Column: What exactly does a senator do in a day?
John Crown
They're back: Here are 8 questions we're asking ahead of the new Dáil term
Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday
Government confirms date for Seanad and Court of Appeal referenda
UCD students vote to leave national students' union
'Day of the week didn't cause low turnout,' insists TD who backs weekend voting
What do the children's referendum posters mean?
Column: The British government is facing separation anxiety
Dr David McCann
Commission criticises short window for publishing referendum guides
43 per cent of voters didn't understand Oireachtas Inquiries referendum by polling day
26 bills - but no referendums - on government's list of Spring bills
Amendment on Oireachtas inquiries is defeated
Referendum on judges' pay is passed with huge majority
Howlin hints that if Committee amendment doesn't pass... it won't be end of it
Liveblog: Michael D Higgins elected President - as it happened
Liveblog: The 2011 Presidential election count, Day 2: 9am-3:15pm
Counting to resume in the presidential election at 9am
Liveblog: The 2011 presidential election count, 9am – 6:45pm
The Daily Fix: Thursday
In pictures: candidates and electorate cast their vote
Polls open across the country for Áras and referendums
Union raises concerns about Oireachtas inquiries amendment