Four seats are up for grabs in the Ireland Midlands North-West constituency in the European Elections.
The count for the constituency (which includes Donegal) gets underway in Castlebar on Sunday.
But how did things go last time out?
The first preference votes are listed below from 2014.
European Elections 2014
Ireland North West constituencies
4 Seats 14 Candidates 8 Counts
Electorate: 1,202,997 Quota: 129,290
Candidate Party 1st Pref
Luke Flanagan Independent 124,063 Elected Count 2
Mairead McGuinness* Fine Gael 92,080 Elected Count 5
Matt Carthy Sinn Féin 114,727 Elected Count 7
Marian Harkin* Independent 68,986 Elected Count 8
Pat Gallagher* Fianna Fail 59,562
Thomas Byrne Fianna Fail 55,384
Jim Higgins* Fine Gael 39,908
Ronan Mullen Independent 36,326
Lorraine Higgins Labour 31,951
Mark Dearey GreenParty 9,520
Ben Gilroy Direct Democracy Ireland 7,683
Mark Fitzsimons Independent 2,424
T J Fay Independent 2,002
Cordeila Nic Fhearraigh Fis Nua 1,829
Total valid vote 646,445
Spoilt votes 17,258 2.60%
Total poll 663,703 55.17%
* outgoing MEP
The data in the table above may be sorted by clicking on the column headings
If you have a story or want to send a photo or video to us please contact the Donegal Now editorial team. Between 9am and 5pm Monday to Sunday please call 074 9112712. Between 5pm and midnight please call or text 086 792 2103. Or you can email news[email protected] at any time.