# voting - Today’s News
Is it bad breath? Talking about their ex? We need to know.
# voting - Sunday 11 November, 2012
The Yes vote has been passed, but issues could remain around turnout, Saturday voting, and whether the result will be challenged.
Meanwhile, Children’s Minister Frances Fitzgerald defended her role in leading the referendum campaign.
# voting - Saturday 10 November, 2012
CSPE should educate on how the economy, government and tax fits together, rather than just how proportional representation works, writes Aaron McKenna.
Do you need ID to vote? Are you registered to vote? The answers to these, and more.
# voting - Friday 9 November, 2012
The site had been taken down following a Supreme Court ruling yesterday morning, but then put back online with most of its content removed.
# voting - Thursday 8 November, 2012
The government’s scaled-down version of ChildrensReferendum.ie needed amending this evening after it omitted part of the referendum being held on Saturday.
Children’s minister Frances Fitzgerald says the Office of the Attorney General gave legal advice on the website and booklet.
The Irish and US political systems are different – but both have their good points, writes Professor Maura Adshead.
The Supreme Court says the government’s literature is not impartial, and therefore an inappropriate use of public money.
Five youth organisations give test poll to those not entitled to vote – but whose lives are most likely to be affected by the outcome.
# voting - Tuesday 6 November, 2012
An online video shows an e-voting machine in Pennsylvania apparently switching a vote for Barack Obama into one for Mitt Romney.
Excited for the count but bored of the wait? Read on…
Some voters complained of queues and delays after polls opened at 6AM, while others expressed relief at being able to vote in storm-ravaged areas.
# voting - Sunday 4 November, 2012
The Minister has strongly criticised what he labelled “the constant misinformation” being propagated by the No side.
It’s time to get down to what really matters in this election.
# voting - Tuesday 30 October, 2012
Concerns have been raised about turnout in the 10 November referendum. Will you be casting your vote?
# voting - Thursday 25 October, 2012
# voting - Monday 22 October, 2012
The Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI poll showed that 79 per cent of the 1,000 people surveyed said that they would vote for Obama.
# voting - Friday 5 October, 2012
It has to do with dancing horses, basketball and Beyonce.
# voting - Monday 9 July, 2012
Ireland has reached a point where the current political establishment is not serving the interests of the people, argues Martin Critten who intends to form a new party with a Citizens’ Charter.
# voting - Friday 22 June, 2012
Alan Farrell wants polling days to be held on Saturdays or Sundays in order to prevent school disruptions and allow for more people to vote.
# voting - Friday 1 June, 2012
And what about in Enda Kenny’s constituency? Or Gerry Adams’?
We liveblogged all the results, reactions and fallout from the Fiscal Compact referendum here…. Catch up on what you missed.
Counting has started in the 2012 Fiscal Compact referendum. Early tallies suggest that the Yes side looks like it’s going to win.
There’s a couple of bell-weather areas which, if the past is anything to go by, could give a hint as to the total outcome.
Counting of votes is set to begin at 9 o’clock this morning in 26 count centres around the country.
# voting - Thursday 31 May, 2012
Your essential evening round-up of the day’s biggest news, plus the bits and pieces you may have missed…
Democracy at play.
Voting turnout for referendums is traditionally lower than for general elections. Do you plan to cast a vote today?
Ireland’s 3.13 million registered voters have the opportunity to cast their votes in hundreds of polling stations across Ireland’s 43 constituencies today.
# voting - Tuesday 29 May, 2012
Austerity treaty, stability treaty or somewhere in between? TheJournal.ie keeps you up to date with our evening Fiscal Compact referendum bulletin.
# voting - Monday 28 May, 2012
Austerity treaty, stability treaty, or somewhere in between? TheJournal.ie keeps you up to date with our evening Fiscal Compact referendum bulletin.
# voting - Wednesday 23 May, 2012
Your essential round-up of today’s biggest news, plus any bits and pieces you may have missed.
In Ireland prisoners currently have the right to vote, but it’s not the same story across the EU. The ECHR has ruled that a blanket ban is illegal.
# voting - Sunday 26 February, 2012
Opposition parties are boycotting the vote and have called for Assad to step down immediately.
# voting - Thursday 23 February, 2012
Former Green Party TD Paul Gogarty reflects on his life since losing his seat in last year’s general election.
# voting - Wednesday 22 February, 2012
Interest groups have welcomed the latest reports that draft proposals on the makeup of the convention are imminent – as long as there is sufficient consultation.
# voting - Tuesday 14 February, 2012
We want to hear from people across the country: How do you feel about that historic election 12 months later?
# voting - Saturday 11 February, 2012
Your evening round-up of the day’s biggest stories – plus the bits and pieces you may have missed.
The National Youth Council of Ireland wants the voting age lowered. Do you think 16-year-olds should be franchised?