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How to vote in the upcoming referendums

On Friday, 8 March, Irish citizens will be asked to vote in two referendums.

One is on care in the home, the other is on the definition of family.

This will be voters’ first opportunity to cast a ballot in more than four years.

For many, it may be their first time ever voting in a referendum in Ireland.

To vote in Ireland, a person needs to be aged 18 or over, an Irish citizen and registered to vote.

If you are on the register of electors, you should have received your polling card in the post.

Perhaps you have decided what way you will be voting. If you have not decided as yet, you can read more about the Family campaign and the Care campaign here.

Now that you have got your head around what you will be voting on, let’s take a look at how to cast your vote this Friday.

Watch our video for a really simple guide on how to vote.

Video by Eleanor Mannion and Mary Regan

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