Coming up to tea time on the day of the Irish General election, the turn out in Cloughaneely is reported to be 36%, while the Rosses is around 30% in the constituency of Donegal south west.
The voting has been helped by good weather. MEP Pat the Cope Gallagher who was on his way to Carrick said that voting in his constituency had been fairly brisk and steady all day.
He predicted that the turnout could be in the high sixties, eclipsing the November bye election turnout of 57.4%.
Ballyshannon has reported a turnout of 27% with polling high in the Rossnowlagh area.
Two other turnout figures to hand are Loughanure with aturnout of 32.5% and Annagry with a turnout of 28.56% (Figures from about 30 minutes ago).
There have been conflicting reports of the number of young people voting, but many students are not expected to return home from college from around the country until later this evening. They have until 10pm to cast their vote in one of the most important elections in modern Irish history.
The biggest battles in the two Donegal constituencies will be for the third and final seat. It is here where Fianna Fáil will be fighting for their political survival.