Irish Political Maps was set up in May 2011 as a resource for anyone with an interest in Irish politics and elections. Whether you're a seasoned expert or are just learning about Irish politics, this site's purpose is to provide information about the outcomes of every election and referendum to take place on this island.

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There are now State of the Parties pages for the Northern Ireland Assembly and Northern Ireland's UK House of Commons seats.

The Reform Alliance are a new political movement made up of expelled Fine Gael members which may or may not become a new political party. Are any of your representatives members?

The Government failed to convince the electorate on the Abolition of the Seanad, resulting in a "wallop" for Enda Kenny's coalition, though the Court of Appeals referendum was passed with a comfortable margin.

The 1865 UK general election in Ireland saw the Whigs - now calling themselves the Liberal Party - keeping power, with that party winning more widespread support in Ireland than the Conservatives. The Tories did however keep their stronghold in Ulster.

The 1995 Divorce referendum saw the Irish electorate return to the question of whether Irish law should allow for the dissolution of marriage. In 1986 they voted 2:1 against it. This time, however, there would be a different result.


Dáil Éireann (last change - 7 October 2013)
Fine Gael is down to 69 seats in the aftermath of the abortion debates, while Willie Penrose rejoins the Labour Party after more than a year in the cold.

Northern Ireland Assembly (page created - 1 November 2013)
The UUP has suffered from defections, while Sinn Féin has moved to end double-jobbing. What will NI21 and UKIP mean for the Assembly?

UK House of Commons (Northern Ireland) (page created - 1 November 2013)
Two by-elections see the numbers stay the same.