This legislative session has witnessed the introduction of numerous bills by League of Women Voters addressing the need to reform Hawai‘i’s elections.
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West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner says he’s hoping to offer mobile voting for military and overseas voters again in the 2020 elections.
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Texas’ election chief apologizes for releasing a botched list of nearly 100,000 voters whose citizenship was called into question before being fully vetted.
Two Republican lawmakers, with the backing of the ACLU, are setting out to make it simpler for people with felony convictions to regain their right to vote.
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President Buhari warns that anyone trying to tamper with Nigeria’s postponed vote risked their lives and accused the electoral commission of incompetence.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the country’s major political parties have been hit by a hack on their computer networks.
Businesses and government offices slowly reopened across Haiti after more than a week of violent demonstrations over prices that have doubled for food.
Iran government faces angry online backlash over labor activists Esmail Bakhshi post on Instagram saying that he had been tortured in jail.
Parliamentary committee tasked with amending the constitution to allow President Omar al-Bashir to run for another term has abruptly canceled its meeting.
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