Fingal County Council: Latest updates
In the Howth/Malahide ward, former Labour councillor Cian O'Callaghan looks like he will top the poll, with 16.3pc so far.
Fianna Fail and Fine Gael are running at 13.7pc and 19.8pc, respectively, while Labour are on 11.5pc and Sinn Fein on 12.1pc.
Non-party candidates in Swords are at 36pc.
In Mulhuddart, where left-wing candidates traditionally poll strongly, the Anti-Austerity Alliance's Ruth Coppinger is on 26pc while Sinn Fein's Paul Donnelly will probably top the poll with 30pc of the tallied votes.
Castleknock voters turned out strongly for the FF candidate Jack Chambers who was running at around 30pc in earlier tallies.
Fine Gael is also performing well in that area, with 21pc of the ballot.
The Greens are also doing well in Castleknock where tallies are putting them at 12pc.
Balbriggan is a bright spot in an otherwise dark day for Labour in Fingal. The party is running at 19pc there, with FG (13pc), FF (10pc) and SF (9pc) the best of the rest.
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