Voter turnout is said to be, so far, higher compared to the last General Election in 2007 - with 30 per cent of the electorate having already cast their vote by 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Voting is continuing in the General Election around the country, with polling stations set to remain open until 10pm.
At 6 o clock Turnout in Donegal South-West was said to be very high according to our figures at the minute, with an average of up to 50% plus of people having voted.
There was a particularly strong turnout in south west Carrick with 52%, Kilcar 45%. North West area Gweedore, Gortahork, Falcarragh was ranging between 48-50% at 6 o clock.
In Killybegs one presiding officer has said that it is the best poll in 20 years.
Turnout in Donegal North East is slightly lower at just over 40%.
Letterkenny Town was said between 39-43%, Kilmacrennan 40%,Manorcunningham 41%, and Buncrana 43%.
Todays weather is said to be a contributing factor to the high turnout so far.
Although the high unemployment rate in the County may be a factor to why voting is currently so high.
Rush now expected after tea-time. Students returning home later this evening could also swell numbers.