Seanad Eireann Elections 2020 - Frequently Asked Questions

Vote Alice-Mary Higgins No.1
Vote Alice-Mary Higgins No.1

Below are some of the questions you may have about Seanad 2020. If you have any others don't hesitate to get in touch on info@alicemaryhiggins.ie.

How do I vote?

Voting for the NUI panel of the Seanad is by postal ballot. If you haven't received your ballot paper already you can check the register with the NUI to make sure you are registered and that your address is correct: records@nui.ie or 01 439 2424. You do not need a stamp to return your envelope - just pop it in the post. You can do this from anywhere in the world!

When is the deadline to return my ballot?

Ballot papers must be returned to the NUI by post by 11 a.m. on 31st March 2020. This means, that if you are posting your ballot from Ireland it ought to be in the post a couple of days beforehand.

Who are the candidates for the Seanad NUI panel?

Alice-Mary Higgins is one of nineteen candidates for the NUI panel. You can find a full list of the candidates here.

Why should I give Alice-Mary Higgins my no.1 vote?

Alice-Mary Higgins is an experienced legislator with an understanding of economic and social policy, a deep commitment to equality and the environment, and a proven ability to drive change. If re-elected to the 26th Seanad she will continue to make a meaningful contribution to the debates that matter.

You can read more about some of her work over the past term of the Seanad here: https://www.alicemaryhiggins.ie/news

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