Information about the most recent elections and bye-elections is available here, including results and full details of vote transfers. All information is compiled from public notices and supplementary information supplied by returning officers. You can also find information about how elections are run.

Seanad bye-election 2018

Two vacancies exist in Seanad Éireann due to the resignation of Senators Denis Landy and Trevor Ó Clochartaigh, both of the agricultural panel. Candidates have been nominated and polling will close at 11am on Friday, 27 April. The count will take place immediately afterwards in the private dining room in Leinster House. Results will be published here.

25th Seanad elections

Mon, 16 Apr

Seanad bye-election 2018, candidates, agricultural panel – Oireachtas sub-panel

Seanad bye-election 2018, candidates, agricultural panel – Oireachtas sub-panel (PDF)

Mon, 16 Apr

Seanad bye-election 2018, candidates, agricultural panel – nominating bodies sub-panel

Seanad bye-election 2018, candidates, agricultural panel – nominating bodies sub-panel (PDF)

Wed, 21 Mar

Register of Nominating Bodies (2018)

Register of Nominating Bodies (2018) (PDF)

32nd Dáil elections

Thu, 28 Apr

32nd Dáil General Election Results

32nd Dáil General Election Results (PDF)

Thu, 28 Apr

General Election 2016 Count Details Schema (csv)

General Election 2016 Count Details Schema (csv) (CSV)

Thu, 28 Apr

General Election 2016 Count Details (csv)

General Election 2016 Count Details (csv) (CSV)

Seanad Éireann nominating bodies and electorate

The Register of Nominating Bodies lists the bodies entitled to nominate candidates for Seanad elections. The electoral roll for a Seanad election is compiled after the dissolution of the Dáil. In a Seanad bye-election, only Members of Dáil and Seanad Éireann may vote.

Voting in Ireland

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Voting in Ireland

The Dáil must be dissolved and a general election held at least every five years. A Seanad election takes place up to 90 days after Dáil Éireann has dissolved. Find out how the Irish people choose the Members of the Oireachtas.