Joan Burton and Alex White are contesting the leadership of the party
The new leader and deputy leader of the Labour Party will be announced today.
Polling closes at midday and the count will begin at 2.30pm.
Two candidates, Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton and Minister of State Alex White, are contesting the leadership of the party.
There are four candidates for the deputy leadership – Ciara Conway, Alan Kelly, Seán Sherlock and Michael McCarthy.
Around 5,000 Labour members have a vote in the elections.
- Labour leadership hopefuls address party members
- Poll puts support for Labour at 4%
- Nominations close for Labour Party roles
- Three TDs running for Labour deputy leadership
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