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National Voter Registration Day 2014

SpunOut.ie and the USI are looking for volunteers to help young people get registered to vote


Written by John Buckley | View this authors Twitter page and posted in news


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SpunOut.ie and the Union of Students in Ireland have come together to hold a National Voter Registration Day on the 30th of October 2014. 2015 promises to be a year of referendums that will potentially have a huge impact on all of Ireland's people. The Voter Registration Day will focus on making sure young people across the country are registred to vote and ready to use their voices. We're looking for your help to get as many young people registered on the day as possible so here's how you can help! 

Voter Registration Volunteers 

Download our voter registration pack (just click on the preview below) today and get thinking about how, on the 30th of October, you can sign up people in your community, work place, college and other spaces.

  • All the forms you need to get registered are in the pack 
  • The deadline for being added to the Register of Electors is the 25ht of November 
  • If you're not sure if you're registred just visit Check the Register

Check out spunout.ie/vote for news, information and updates from National Voter Reistration day!

 

 

Sign Up Now to Register Voters

We're looking for volunteers all across the country to help get as many young people registered to vote, you can sign up here. We also have four €25 one for all vouchers up for grabs for our volunteers - all you have to do is send us a picture on Facbeook/Twitter/Email of you in action registering volunteers:

 

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Published October 23rd, 2014
Last updated October 22nd, 2015
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