LIVE Election Coverage Results From Ireland


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77 TDs have been elected so far: Fine Gael on 35; Labour on 21; Sinn Fein on five; Fianna Fail on six; Independents on eight and Socialists on two.

Cork East: Fine Gael’s David Stanton has been elected on the fifth count.

Roscommon- South Leitrim: Independent Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan elected on the fourth count.

69 TDS have been elected so far: Fine Gael on 31; Labour on 19; Sinn Fein on five, Fianna Fail on five; Independents on seven and Socialists on two. Eleven of the 43 constituencies have filled their seats.

Limerick City: Fianna Fail’s Willie O’Dea has been elected after the sixth count.

Donegal South: Fine Gael’s Dinny McGineley and Independent Thomas Pringle have been elected after the fifth and final count.

Wicklow: No candidates reached the quota so the second count will begin. All first counts are now complete.

Enda Kenny speaking to RTE Radio: "We don't have any time to lose, we don't have any hour to waste.
"The country can't borrow money and the banks can't borrow money. We're up to our necks here.
"I do think that people need to have explained to them the scale of the mess that's here.
"The sin of the last Government was that they did not tell the people what their progress or what their lack of progress was."
"We will look at whatever options there are for the formation of a government and we will get on with that very quickly.
"I don't want a situation where this will be dragged out. We don't want the wrong signals of delay going to European governments and beyond."

Dublin South: Fine Gael’s Lucinda Creighton and Ruairí Quinn of Labour have been elected after the sixth count.

Tipperary North: Labour’s Alan Kelly has been elected after the third and final count.

Dublin North: Fine Gael’s Alan Farrell elected on the seventh count.

56 TDs have been elected so far: Fine Gael on 25; Labour on 15; Sinn Fein on five; Fianna Fail on four; Independents on six and Socialists on two

Speaking on RTE’s Frontline Enda Kenny said he has not yet ruled out the possibility of a single-party Fine Gael Government.

Dublin South: Labour’s Alex White has been elected on the sixth count.

Enda Kenny says today’s election results represent a "democratic revolution at the ballot box".
"The people have voted for change and they're going to get that," he told RTÉ.

Limerick City: Fine Gael’s Kieran O'Donnell has been elected after the fifth count.

Dublin West TD, Fine Gael's Leo Varadkar says the most likely outcome is a Fine Gael/ Labour coalition. "We will talk intensively with the Labour Party in the coming days, but also with independents. The election hasn't voted the country's problems away," he told RTE radio.

Meath West: Fine Gael’s Damien English has been elected on the third count.

Longford Westmeath: Labour’s Willie Penrose has been elected on the second count.

Dún Laoghaire: Counting has been adjourned.

Reuters News agency reports: "Brian Lenihan's policies have cast his Fianna Fáil party into the electoral wilderness but the former Irish finance minister's personality has saved him from the same fate".

Donegal  South West: Tánaiste and Fianna Fáil candidate Mary Coughlan has been excluded from the seventh count.

Cork North-West: Three seats are now filled after count six. Áine Collins of Fine Gael, Michael Moynihan of Fianna Fáil and Martin Coughlan of Labour have taken the seats.

Cork East: Fianna Fáil's Michael Ahern has conceded he will lose his seat after almost three decades in the Dail.

Wexford: Labour’s Brendan Howlin has been elected after the fourth count.

Fine Gael’s Richard Bruton told RTE Radio that both Fine Gael and Labour were aware of the danger of postponing any long-term change of reform.

Dublin Central: Fine Gael’s Paschal Donohue has been elected on the second count.

46 TDs have so far been elected to the Dail: Fine Gael on 20; Labour on 12; Sinn Fein on five; Fianna Fail on two; Independents on six and Socialists on one.