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Dublin: 2 °C Wednesday 13 November, 2019

PIC: If you haven't voted yet these are what your two ballot papers will look like

Here’s what to expect if you’re heading to your polling station in the next few hours.


Pic: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

VOTING IS UNDER WAY in the two referenda being held today.

Over 3.1 million people are eligible to vote in around 6,000 polling stations that have been open since 7am this morning and will remain open until 10pm tonight.

Some of you have already voted, but many of you may still be in work and will do it on the way home.

The green paper in the picture above is for the Court of Appeal referendum and the white paper is for the Seanad abolition referendum.

Now make sure you vote!

Need to know: Everything you need to know about the Seanad referendum but were afraid to ask

Explainer: What is the Court of Appeal Referendum all about?

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Hugh O'Connell

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