Voters urged to get to polls as soon as possible ahead of 10pm closing time
If you haven't cast your vote yet, what are you still doing here reading this?
Voting in today's referendum will close at 10pm this evening and with turnout already high, the electorate is being urged to get to the polls.
Turnout across the country started strong this morning, with reports that it slowed in the afternoon.
The number of people voting has picked up this evening in the traditional post-work rush.
Once inside, polling stations will remain open for voters but traffic, the glorious weather and other factors have been slowing people down in parts of the country and should be taken into account.
Many online are calling on those who haven't yet had their say to do so now before it's too late.
You can wear a badge, you can buy a jumper, you can tweet, you can argue passionately in the pub. If you do not vote then none of it counts. There is still time. Get to your polling station now. #8thRef
— Colette Sexton (@colette_sexton) May 25, 2018
The State wouldn't exist without its Constitution - so every referendum to amend it, is a vote on whether to amend the State itself. It's a rare and quite awesome power for citizens to have - don't take it for granted. Vote. Own your nation. #8thRef
— Gavan Reilly (@gavreilly) May 25, 2018
The twitters are telling me that traffic around Dublin is mental which I think might delay my mom coming home. I told my dad if she’s not home by 9:15, I’m heading to the polling station by myself. There’s no way I’m gonna miss voting... #8thRef
— Sakura Perez (@Sakura2miaka) May 25, 2018
If you’re leaving it late to vote and are worried you won’t make it, just try to get there.
— Nicky Ryan (@NickyRyan_) May 25, 2018
Whatever your stance, if you haven't already done it, get out and vote.