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# Voting

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Hong Kong voters wait in hundred metre-long queues to cast their ballot in elections
One-third of registered voters had cast their ballot in the first five hours.
TDs must be in designated seats for Dáil votes to take place for time being, Ceann Comhairle says
Ceann Comhairle Seán Ó Fearghaíl addressed the Dáil on the matter before Leaders’ Questions today.
Poll: Should the voting age be lowered to 16?
Wales and Scotland have made this change, should we?
Poll: Should citizens in the North be allowed vote in Irish presidential elections?
A Referendum Commission was set up this week to examine the issue ahead of a vote.
Referendum commission over extending voting rights abroad set up
Tánaiste Simon Coveney announced the measure today.
Erdogan's ruling party set to lose Istanbul election
Election authorities annulled the first vote in March after Erdogan’s ruling party alleged corruption.
Bertie Ahern worried Ireland was 'a laughing stock with our stupid old pencils', so why was e-voting never introduced?
The history of e-voting in Ireland is a long, winding, costly saga.
Turnout picks up in final hours of voting in elections and divorce referendum
Polling stations close at 10pm tonight.
Poll: Will you be voting today?
Polls close at 10pm.
'I Voted' stickers at Dublin city polling booths aim to raise awareness of the ballot box
The stickers will be available at polling stations in the Dublin City Council electoral area.
QUIZ: Do you know who this MEP is?
Have you been paying attention to these politicians over the last five years?
Poll: Are you registered to vote?
The European and local elections are taking place next month.
Indian man chops off index finger in desperation after voting for wrong party in national election
Pawan Kumar became confused by the symbols on the electronic voting machine.
Residents on Ireland's islands will now vote on the same day as the rest of the country
The changes won’t be in place before the May election date
Here are the candidates running in the European Parliament elections
There are 59 candidates running across the three constituencies.
Nearly a billion people expected to vote as Indian election gets underway
Opinion polls put 68-year-old incumbent Prime Minister Narendra Modi as favourite.
E-voting machines won't be returning for future elections
The minister said Irish citizens have no urge to depart from the pencil and the ballot paper.
On this day 100 years ago, Irish women got the vote
We take a look at the important moments leading up to the momentous event.
Turnout reported to be low as voting enters final hours
Polls close at 10pm.
'I realised we really needed to get more involved': Migrants on how they're helping change Irish politics
With local and European elections coming up in May 2019, more migrants in Ireland are becoming interested in how their vote can help shape the country.
Here's your guide to voting in the Eighth Amendment referendum
What time do polling stations close at? What will the ballot paper say?
Up to 125,000 people register to vote ahead of Eighth Amendment referendum
The National Youth Council of Ireland says new figures represent an “unprecedented surge of voter registration”.
'We're done with corruption': Fiery cleric and paramilitary leader surge in Iraq elections
The complex electoral arithmetic of the Iraqi system, however, means that the final makeup of 329-seat parliament is still far from decided.
Mrs Doyle actress Pauline McLynn stars in a gas new video explaining how to register to vote
Ah, go on, go on, go on.
Here's how to register to vote in the Eighth Amendment referendum
Time is running out.
Poll: Have you checked to see if you're on the voting register?
The referendum will take place on 25 May.
Poll: Are you registered to vote?
Some people are having trouble finding themselves on the online register.
How to get ready to vote in the Eighth Amendment referendum
We have everything you need to know.
On this day 100 years ago, Irish women got the vote
We take a look at the important moments leading up to the momentous event.
Citizens' Assembly recommends a permanent electoral commission, equal funding and weekend voting
The Assembly has been hearing from experts on the issue all weekend.
Alabama voters go to the polls in crucial Senate contest between Trump pick Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones
Polls are scheduled to close at 7pm (1am Irish time) across Alabama, with three million voters called to cast ballots.
Britain's government has survived the first parliamentary challenges to its Brexit bill
An amendment giving devolved legislatures – like Northern Ireland – a veto over the Brexit agreement was defeated.
16-year-old boy running for Kansas governor seat
The teenager said he would support legalising marijuana for medical purposes but he is conservative on gun rights.
Murdered official's identity used to 'hack Kenyan election results'
The leader of the country’s opposition coalition has made serious allegations about the vote.
You'll be voting in quite a few referendums over the next two years
The Taoiseach has outlined his referendum plans for the next two years
Hundreds of Venezuelans turn out in Tallaght to cast vote against their president
They had turned out from 7am.
Here are the options that could be in the referendum to give vote to Irish abroad
Any changes would likely not be in place until before the 2025 presidential election.
Political polling is still usually right (apart from the odd surprise), says a new study
Polls correctly predict elections nine out of 10 times, according to new research.
Just 10 lovely little election stories from the US today
Take a minute away from the stress.
Clinton wins the first ballot of election day - four votes to two
Gary Johnson got the other vote.