8 March 2024

~1 minutes read

Turnout between 7 and 10% so far in Galway on referendum vote

Share story:

Latest figures show a turnout of between 7 and 10% in Galway on the referendum vote

Referendum voting got underway at 345 polling stations in Galway East and Galway West at 7 this morning.

As of noon, the areas that showed the largest turnout were St Enda’s West in Knocknacarra and Kinvara where a turnout of 10% have already cast their vote.

In Renmore, Bushypark and Athenry the current turnout is 9%.

Polling stations remain open until 10 tonight except for Inishbofin where stations will close an hour earlier at 9pm.

The Galway outcomes will be announced along with the rest of the constituencies at the national count centre in Dublin tomorrow evening.

Share story:

Pat McDonagh says "danger on the horizon" for small businesses if 9% VAT rate isn’t reintroduced

Supermacs boss Pat McDonagh says there is “danger on the horizon” for small businesses unless the 9 percent VAT rate is reintroduced. He is re...

New investigation reveals four complaints of sexual abuse against former Bishop of Galway

A new investigation has revealed the church received four separate complaints of childhood sexual abuse against former Bishop of Galway, Eamonn Casey. It ...

All Ireland Football Final to be screened at Pearse Stadium in Salthill

The All Ireland Football Final is to be screened live at Pearse Stadium in Salthill on Sunday. The fanzone is being organised by the City Council and the ...

Penn Engineering to create 70 jobs at Mervue plant

Penn Engineering is creating 70 jobs and investing €14m in its facility in Mervue. The investment will involve the construction of a new building, a new...