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Citizenship:

Everyone is entitled to apply for entry onto the Register of Electors.  However, a person’s citizenship determines which elections they may vote in.

Irish citizens may vote at all elections - Presidential, Dáil, European and Local - and Referenda.

British citizens may vote at Dáil, European and Local elections only and are denoted on the register with a ‘D’ beside their name.

Citizens of other EU states may vote at European and Local elections only and are denoted on the Register with an ‘E’ beside their name.

Citizens of Non-EU states may vote at Local elections only and are denoted on the Register with an ‘L’ beside their name.