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# Vote Yes

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Wicklow Council tells woman she can't vote today due to an 'administrative error'
The woman sent in all relevant documents by the deadline, but the council said she could not be added to the supplementary register.
Taoiseach asks employers to be 'flexible' on Friday so staff can get home to vote
Varadkar said some people have to make long journeys home to vote.
Varadkar says 14-year penalty for abortion pills could be enforced in the future if No vote prevails
The Taoiseach today ruled out the chance of a second referendum being held.
Same-sex couples in America now have the right to marry in all 50 states
The US Supreme Court has ruled in favour of marriage equality.
#VoteYes is the top worldwide trend on Twitter today
It’s also trending in the US, UK and Australia.
Enda is the latest to star in a marriage referendum video...
But who’s winning the viral video contest?
The Father Ted house got a wonderful visit from the Yes campaign
Ah go on.
This Dublin gaming shop's new equality shutter is perfectly apt
This is so lovely.
A photographer captured two girls defiantly kissing in front of a No protester in Dublin
Rejoice! The vandalised Dublin marriage equality mural has been restored
It’s back and better than ever.
14 excellent marriage equality tattoos
These are <3
Irish YouTuber calls his granny to chat about the marriage referendum, gives us all the feels
<3 his granny.
Lovely Irish couple married for 50 years explain why they support marriage equality
Brighid and Paddy from Dundalk want you to vote yes in the referendum.
'I think it is time to do this': Enda Kenny is happy to campaign for same-sex marriage
The Taoiseach is backing a Yes vote.
If #Indyref was decided by tweets, it would've been a landslide Yes vote
Nearly three-quarters of tweeters on the day were nationalists.
Gardaí, nurses and midwives sign up to new Haddington Road pay deal
The deal marks the first time that Gardaí had been given a direct role in negotiating their own pay terms.
SIPTU members vote for Haddington Road Agreement
Backing from the country’s largest union should secure ratification of the new public sector reform deal.
Sinnott speaks of 'powerful grassroots effort' to overturn Referendum vote
In an email to supporters, former MEP Kathy Sinnott says fundraising for the High Court challenge will kick off this week.
Referendum Commission praises 'civic-minded' broadcasters for extra time
Over 60 broadcasters accepted a request from the Commission to devote extra time to its impartial broadcasts on Saturday’s vote.
Children's Rights Referendum: Three days left to register for your vote
Applications to get onto the Supplementary Register of Elections close on Tuesday. Here’s what to do.
First major opinion poll shows 'Yes' leading the way in referendum
A RedC poll commissioned by the National Youth Council of Ireland shows almost universal Yes support.
Referendum Commission asks broadcasters to give more time to bulletins
Justice Mary Finlay Geoghegan wants broadcasters to give more time to information on the children’s referendum.
TV3 first to announce televised debate on children's referendum
The debate will be held on Halloween Night, October 31, and will feature four parties, two each from the Yes and No campaigns.
RTÉ to stay 50-50 for referendum debates - but news coverage 'cannot be prejudged'
The national broadcaster is dropping a ‘stopwatch’ system for news broadcasts, but will keep it for formal debates.
Column: Why is the government recommending a Yes vote? Here's why
Taoiseach Enda Kenny writes that a Yes vote won’t magically transform Ireland into a better country overnight – but the stakes are still high.
Yes side remains clear - but lead narrows - in latest referendum poll
Red C’s poll for Paddy Power shows the No vote remaining on 31 per cent, but Yes has lost three points to ‘Don’t Know’.
Liveblog: Michael D Higgins elected President - as it happened
With the support of over a million voters, Michael D Higgins was named Ireland’s ninth president in Dublin Castle. Here’s how a historical day’s events unfolded.
Liveblog: The 2011 Presidential election count, Day 2: 9am-3:15pm
Michael D Higgins creeps towards the quota as the Fourth Count results begin to come in. Keep up with all the results, news and analysis on our continuing liveblog