Voting Takes Place For Meath By-Election

Voting will take place today in the Meath By-Election.

There are eleven candidates for the seat.

The turnout is believed to be poor due to the adverse weather conditions.

The seat was made vacant after the death of former Fine Gael TD Shane McEntee.

People can vote until 9pm tonight.


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