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How to vote in the Seanad elections

Are you a graduate of TCD, UCD, NUIG, UCC, NUIM, Shannon College of Hotel Management, NCAD, St. Angel’s Milltown Institute or The Institute of Public Administration?


Written by Gareth Gregan and posted in opinion


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Are you a graduate of TCD, UCD, NUIG, UCC, NUIM, Shannon College of Hotel Management, NCAD, St. Angel’s Milltown Institute or The Institute of Public Administration?

If so, you are entitled to vote in the Seanad Elections via the TCD/NUI Panels. The NUI Panel consists of three seats, currently held by Ronan Mullen, John Crown and Fearghal Quinn.

The TCD panel also elects three senators: the incumbents being Ivana Bacik, David Norris and Sean Barrett.

Registering to vote is easier than attaining a degree!

To be added to the NUI electoral register:

  •  Complete the registration form which is available at: www.nui.ie/elections/seanad-register.asp
  • Post the completed form to: National University of Ireland, Records Office, 49 Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

 

To be added to the TCD electoral register:

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Published October 15th, 2015
Last updated October 28th, 2015
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