The Register of Electors is prepared by Meath County Council each year. It is a list of people in the county, over the age of 18, who are eligible to vote.
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Draft Register of Electors
Changes and updates are made to the Register and a Draft Register (printed on pink paper) is published on 1st November each year. This incorporates all amendments which have been received by the Local Authority Offices up to the date of printing.
This Draft Register is forwarded to Council offices, Post Offices, Libraries and Garda Stations. Any member of the public may examine the Draft Register, and, if any errors or omissions occur, may complete a claim form (RFA1) and return to Meath County Council before the closing date, 25th November. These claims are then adjudicated on by the County Registrar in December and persons are notified of the allowance/disallowance of their claim.
You can get further information on the 2011/2012 Draft Register of Electors and how to register at Draft Register of Electors 2011/ 2012 and Electoral Register FAQs.
Closing date for applications:
The closing date for receipt of all applications is the 25th November of each year.
The Live Register (printed on white paper) is then published on 1st February and forwarded to your Council offices, Post Offices, Libraries and Garda Stations. The Register comes into force on 15th February.