There are just hours left to make sure you have the opportunity to have your say in the upcoming general election.
Almost 700,000 people between the ages of 18 and 29-years-old are eligible to vote.
Thousands of people who have turned 18 in recent months are required to register, while thousands of others who were placed on the draft register for the last round will have to re-register.
You can check if you are registered by visiting the CheckTheRegister website.
If you are not listed, you need to download the RFA2 form from the website and bring it to a Garda station along with identification.
It then needs to be handed in to your local city or county council by close of business today.
You can find more details here.
Folks in Ireland - about a day left to register to vote if you haven’t done so already! Don’t leave yourself out of a decision as important as the future of this country #ge2020
— Hozier (@Hozier) January 21, 2020
Newstalk has been partnering with SpunOut.ie, the National Youth Council of Ireland and the Union of Students in Ireland to encourage young adults and first-time voters to get registered.
The organisations came together to run registration drives on college campuses in recent days with hundreds of students registering to vote as result.
An incredible 683 students registered to vote in @UCC today! Tomorrow is your last chance — make sure to get those forms into your local authority by 5pm tomorrow (Wednesday) evening. #WhyImVoting #GenerationVote #GE2020 @UCCSU @TheUSI @nycinews @NewstalkFM pic.twitter.com/SKWwZ7GMnx
— SpunOut.ie (@SpunOut) January 21, 2020
Huge queues of people registering to vote today in TCD Arts Block. We’re here until 4pm today. You have until Wednesday to register and drop your form into the Council.
Get down and get registered! #WhyImVoting #GenerationVote #GE2020 pic.twitter.com/i1eiYuI2Au
— Union Of Students In Ireland (@TheUSI) January 20, 2020
Get moving! There is still time to make a difference.