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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The 1925 Seanad election was the only popular Seanad (Senate) election in the history of the state. The entire state formed a single, 19-seat constituency, with voters given a rather impractical choice of 76 candidates...

The 2013 Meath East by-election occurred after the death of Minister of State for Food, Horticultureand Food Safety and Fine Gael Meath East TD Shane McEntee. While contested by numerous parties, including the new Direct Democracy Ireland, Fine Gael handily retained the seat with Helen McEntee succeeeding her father.

Referendum 1992: Abortion and the 'X' Case
Abortion became a major issue once more, and the 
events of 1992 would cause it to remain one for twenty years.The Irish electorate expressed their opinions on the issue through three simultaneous referenda.

Last Change: 12 July 2013
Fine Gael is down to 69 seats in the aftermath of the abortion debates, while Sinn Féin loses its first parliamentary party member since the general election.