Mark Fearon writes:
Just voted in Killiney [County Dublin]. The lady who I got my ballot paper from had a Bible on the table. Surely that shouldn’t be allowed?
It just happened to me to in Cork. I asked the supervisor to ensure it was removed as this is not impartiality in a democracy. It’s the old strings of the theocracy reaching out. Brand new book front and centre facing me so I could see it. 🙄 that’s cheating!
— G1ll Glav1n (@gkeire) May 25, 2018
Paul Gorman writes:
Polling station bias: At St.Philip the apostle school voting station in Clonsilla they have New Testament bibles beside the voting boxes.
Brian Mc writes:
And the other thing… so no canvassing within 50m of a polling station, but a giant statue of the Virgin Mary as you arrive is fine? Don’t ever change Ireland. No wait, do! CHANGE!
There she is in all her glory!!! The “Moving Statue of Greenhills” managed to climb down off the stage to do a meet and greet in the doorway of Holy Spirit Primary School this morning. There’s never a feckin Yes sticker when you want one 😜 #VoteYes #RepealThe8th pic.twitter.com/dt3lZOBEKV
— Paul Ryan voted YES (@scopedesigner) May 25, 2018
Italian Quarter, Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1
Thanks Graeme Kelly