Posts Tagged ‘children’s referendum’

Weekend Voting should not be blamed for low turnout

12th November 2012

“It is premature and politically expedient to blame the low voter turnout for the Children’s Referendum on weekend voting”, according to Fine Gael TD for Dublin North Alan Farrell, who has recently published a Bill to legislate for weekend voting based on research that the […]

Students can prove their strength in numbers by voting in the Children’s Referendum

7th November 2012

Fine Gael TD for Dublin Fingal, Alan Farrell is urging students to use this weekend’s Children’s Referendum as an opportunity to demonstrate the significance of the student vote and play their part in changing of the Constitution. “The Children’s Referendum will be the first time […]

Public should ensure they are registered to vote for the Children’s Referendum

20th September 2012

Fine Gael TD Alan Farrell, has appealed to residents in Dublin Fingal to ensure that they are on the Register of Electors ahead of the Children’s Referendum on Saturday 10th November. “It is important to ensure that you have your say on 10th November. This […]

Farrell welcomes Saturday Voting for Children’s Referendum

18th September 2012

Fine Gael TD for Dublin North Alan Farrell has welcomed today’s announcement by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny that the Children’s Referendum will be held on a Saturday. “Earlier this year I introduced a Bill to the Dáil to legislate for weekend voting, on the basis […]