The Referendum Commission has called on all voters to use their vote in both referendums tomorrow.
The Commission is the independent body set up to explain the referendum proposals and encourage voter turnout.
It says unbiased facts about the marriage and presidential candidates referendums are available in both the independent guide and on the refcom.ie website.
Commission Chairman, Mr Justice Kevin Cross, said: "We do not argue for a yes or no vote, but we do strongly urge you to inform yourself and use your vote."
"How you vote on each of the two proposals is entirely a matter for you to decide, but it is important that you use your vote," he added.
Voters will be given two ballot papers tomorrow. A white ballot paper for the marriage referendum and a green ballot paper for the presidential candidates referendum.
Voters cast their vote by putting an ‘X’ mark in the box.
ID required to vote
Voters may be required to produce ID at a polling station to vote.
Polling cards are not regarded as a valid form of personal identification, and all voters should bring ID - such as a passport or driving licence.
Polling stations will be open from 7am to 10pm.
- The marriage referendum, WHITE ballot paper: In this referendum, people may vote Yes or No to the proposal to include a new clause about marriage in the Constitution. This new clause provides that two people may marry each other regardless of their sex.
- The age of presidential candidates referendum, GREEN ballot paper: In this referendum, people may vote Yes or No to the proposal to reduce the age at which candidates are eligible for election to the office of President from 35 to 21.