Information on Voting and the Register of Electors.
Limerick City and County Council has a rolling register of electors.
To check if you are on the register click here.
While every resident is entitled to be registered, the registration authority needs to know a person’s citizenship to determine at which elections a person may vote. The right to vote is as follows:
- Irish Citizens: May vote at every election and referendum
- British Citizens: May vote at Dáil and Local Elections only
- Other EU Citizens: May vote at European & Local Elections only
- Non - EU Citizens: May vote at Local Elections only
The easiest way for you to register to vote or update your details is online at www.checktheregister.ie. If a form is required, they can be accessed via the links below.
- Register of Electors - register to vote or update details
- Clár na dToghthóirí - vóta a chaitheamh
- Register of Electors - 3rd party amendment
- Clár na dToghthóirí - thríú páirtí
- Register of Electors - special voters list form
- Clár na dToghthóirí - liosta vótálaithe speisialta
- Register of Electors - application for postal vote due to illness or disability
- Clár na dToghthóirí - iarratas ar vóta poist de bharr tinnis nó míchumais
Various categories of persons can seek registration as postal voters:
- The Defence Forces
- an Garda Síochána
- Diplomats serving abroad
- Certain disabled voters living at home
- Persons who cannot attend at their own polling station by reason of their occupation/education
- Prisoners Persons who reside in a hospital, nursing home or similar institution can apply for inclusion on the Special Voters List.
Phone: +353 61 556000
Fax: +353 61 415266
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm