Please note that the General Election will take place on Saturday 8th February 2020.
If you wish to vote in this General Election, you MUST be an Irish citizen over the age of 18 years on or before 22nd January 2020. British citizens who are ordinarily resident in Ireland and are over 18 years of age on or before 22nd January 2020 are also eligible to vote in this General Election.
The closing date for being added to the supplement to the register is Wednesday 22nd January 2020.
It is the responsibility of every citizen who wishes to vote in this election to check that they are registered on the Register of Electors by logging on to www.checktheregister.ie or by contacting the Franchise Section, Tipperary County Council, Civic Offices, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary
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Returning Officer for Tipperary
The Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government has appointed 8th February 2020 as the day upon which polling shall take place in the General Election. Polling will take place between the hours of 7.00am and 10.00pm. A copy of the order is available for download by clicking the link below. The Notice of Poll for this constituency is also available below.
Prospective candidates for Dáil Elections may use the forms available for download below to register their candidacy. Candidates should contact the office of the Returning Officer to make an appointment to register their nomination. All candidates will require a completed Nomination form and Agent Forms. Candidates running under the banner of a registered political party should get a certificate of political affiliation signed by the designated party officials. Non-party candidates must lodge a deposit of €500 with the returning officer or submit a completed Form of Statutory Declaration by Assentors. Assentors should use the same name on that form as the name that appears on the electoral register to ensure that the form can be processed correctly.
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Returning Officer for County Tipperary