Find out about what you need to do on the day of a general election and how to vote.
Who can run for office in a general election? How do you vote? What are the rules around campaigning and election posters? This document explains how general elections work in Ireland.
The President is elected directly by the people of Ireland. Read about who can vote, who can stand for election and how the process works.
To be nominated for membership of the Dáil, you may either nominate yourself or a Dáil elector may nominate you
Rules governing election expenses by political parties and candidates in Ireland.
What is a bye-election and in what circumstances is a bye-election held?
How elections to Seanad Éireann (the upper house of the Irish parliament) are made.
How 11 members of the Seanad (the upper house of the Irish
parliament) are nominated by the Taoiseach.
This document discusses the university graduates who can vote in Seanad elections.
How graduates of the Universities of Ireland can elect members of the Seanad.
How elections are made to the five panels in the Seanad (the upper house of the Irish parliament).
How vacancies in Seanad sub-panels are filled by