Council apologises for polling card blunder
on 02/10/2013 09:47:00
As many as 9,000 people have been sent the incorrect information about their polling station, while people who are new voters have not received any cards at all.
And a small number of cards have been issued to people who are now deceased.
Dublin City Council says every effort is now being made to get the correct information out to those effected before Friday.
In the meantime though, the Council is reminding voters that they are not required to present a polling card at their polling station in order to vote in the referendums.
It says that valid ID such as a passport, driver's licence or a garda identity card should be brought when going to vote.