first_imgSarah Jane Hennelly of the Limerick Together for Yes campaign.Today the Limerick Together for Yes campaign is encouraging people to make sure they post their voter registration forms off before the bank holiday weekend to ensure they arrive at councils before the May 8th deadline.Forms can be downloaded on The RFA2 form is the form to fill out for registering vote and the RFA3 form is for change of address. Any person who turns 18 before the referendum on May 25th is also eligible to register in advance of the deadline if they bring proof of age with them.In order to register to vote, all persons will need to bring identification and proof of address when they are getting their forms stamped at the Garda station.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Together for Yes Co-Director, Ailbhe Smyth, said; ‘‘The deadline to register to vote is Tuesday May 8th. We are urging everyone to post their forms off before the bank holiday weekend to make sure they arrive before the deadline. Voter registration forms need to be stamped by a Garda at your local station and sent to your local council. We are encouraging everyone to make sure they are registered to vote so that they can have their say in the referendum on May 25th’’Forms can be handed in to the local councils in person on Tuesday May 8th for anyone that doesn’t get them in the post on time.Details on how to register to vote can be found on our website: register4yes/More about society here. Print Linkedin Advertisement Facebook WhatsApp NewsSocietyLimerick for Yes encouraging people to register to voteBy Staff Reporter – May 4, 2018 1206 Young Limerick people urged to get on voting register Successful launch held by Limerick Together for Yes center_img Slow council payment putting pressure on contractors TAGSAilbhe SmythBank Holiday Weekendchecktheregister.iecouncilsdeadlinereferendumTogether for Yesvoter registration forms Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gardaí are asking Limerick people to be “Streetwise” Twitter Previous articleGarda recruitment not keeping up with retirementsNext article300 free car parking spaces to be made available in Limerick for Riverfest Staff Reporter last_img

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