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Minister Leo Varadkar pictured at the Polling Station this morning at Laurel Lodge (Scoil Thomas) in Castleknock, Dublin 15 Pic: Collins Photos.

Minister Leo Varadkar pictured at the Polling Station this morning at Laurel Lodge (Scoil Thomas) in Castleknock, Dublin 15 Pic: Collins Photos.

Senator David Norris pictured at the Polling Station this morning at Marlborough Street, Dublin. Photo: Collins Photos.

Senator David Norris pictured at the Polling Station this morning at Marlborough Street, Dublin. Photo: Collins Photos.

Minister Richard Bruton has a smile for Sr Loreto Ryan from the Sisters of Charity as they vote at the polling station at Drumcondra National School on Church Lane in Drumcondra. Photo: Frank Mc Grath

Minister Richard Bruton has a smile for Sr Loreto Ryan from the Sisters of Charity as they vote at the polling station at Drumcondra National School on Church Lane in Drumcondra. Photo: Frank Mc Grath

Resident drag queen at The George, Davina Devine with TV3's Vincent Browne with dancers Orlando and Emilio outside the George yesterday. Pic: Collins Photos.

Resident drag queen at The George, Davina Devine with TV3's Vincent Browne with dancers Orlando and Emilio outside the George yesterday. Pic: Collins Photos.

A graffiti artist finishes a Yes campaign piece in Dublin yesterday. Photo: Reuters/Cathal McNaughton

A graffiti artist finishes a Yes campaign piece in Dublin yesterday. Photo: Reuters/Cathal McNaughton

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Senator Katherine Zappone and Dr. Ann Louise Gilligan casting their vote together in Rathcoole

Voting in Referendum 2015 has ceased after Ireland went to the polls in droves. Around 3.2 million people were entitled to vote on marriage equality and on lowering the age of qualification to stand for election as president from 35 to 21. Read our live blog on Independent.ie and see how it happened,

 

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