Phil Prendergast encourages Non-nationals to get registered to vote
MEP for Ireland South, Phil Prendergast, is encouraging Non-nationals to get fully registered to vote before the May 6th deadline.
Speaking in Carlow on her campaign trail on Saturday, the Labour candidate says that it’s crucial that all non-nationals have their voice in the coming local and european elections.
For anyone who wishes to be registered, they must seek inclusion in the postal and special voters list.
Applications forms need to be sent to the registered authority by April 26th.
The necessary documents are available from your local post office, library, garda station, local county council offices and by logging on to vote.ie.
They can be sent free of charge to the voter’s local County or City Council office.