Coming To A Polling Station Near You



This morning.

At Cookestown Industrial Estate in Tallaght, Dublin 24.

Election Warehouse Manager Michael Leonard inspects the ballot boxes to be used in tomorrow’s referendum on the Eighth Amendment.

Here we go.

Previously: Span Thou Ballot

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20 thoughts on “Coming To A Polling Station Near You

        1. TheRealJane

          How are we going to survive the night? I’m already up to high doe. There’s an energy in the air though, I am daring to feel hopeful.

          1. mildred st. meadowlark

            I’m so, so nervous. The magnitude of the vote is kind of just hitting me now. I hope we do the right thing. I hope my daughter doesn’t grow up knowing that she has no choice.

          2. newsjustin

            I hope my daughters can grow up in a country that doesn’t tell them taking a human life is acceptable.

          3. realPolithicks

            @Newsjustin I hope your daughters get to grow up in a country where they are free to make their own choices and are not subject to the whims of people like you.

          4. Papi

            I’m sure Savita’s dad would just like his daughter to be alive. Not too much to ask, is it?

      1. Repro-choice Bertie

        Going to be full of Yes ticks? Some would have you believe they already are.

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        Ah now, that’s patently ridiculous. Most of them have no idea what’s going on.

        There’ll be one or two who’ve been keeping up with current affairs though. They’re the tricky ones.

    1. SOQ

      Have some faith Jane, tomorrow is the day when we decide that we are not going to treat our women like refugees anymore.

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