Doras takes part in national drive to get people registered to vote in upcoming elections

April 29, 2024
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Tomorrow, April 30th, is National Voter Registration Day, and migrant and refugee support organisation Doras, will open its doors to everyone who wants support getting registered to vote.

John Lannon, Doras’ CEO said, “We are calling everyone who is still not registered to vote for the upcoming Local and European elections to come to our office tomorrow and we will help them to register, so that they can make their voices heard come election day.”

Last week, over 20 Limerick-based candidates across all political parties signed the Anti-Racism Election Protocol at Doras’ office, and pledged to run clean campaigns, free from toxic and divisive discourse.

Lannon continued, “Limerick and Ireland have diverse, multi-cultural communities, and their voices must be heard in the upcoming elections. We want to make sure that everyone who can vote is registered.”

“If you are over 18 and living in Ireland, you can vote in the Local Elections. You don’t need a PPS number.”

If you live in Limerick, you can drop in to Doras’ Office at 51a O’Connell Street, Limerick City centre to get help or ask advice on registering.

You can check the register to see if you are already registered to vote: https://checktheregister.ie/