California’s lawsuit against a Trump administration plan to add a citizenship question to the U.S. census appears headed for trial.
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The historic use of RCV in Maine’s congressional elections ended on a high note with results affirmed in the 2nd Congressional District race.
Statewide election results will be certified. As final numbers come in, there’s a new number to look for: how many people registered and voted the same day.
As a new Legislature will be seated in Albany, a coalition of 90 groups wants governor and lawmakers to reform the state’s voting laws this coming session.
Two new reports on Russia’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections are shedding more light on the size and scope of the campaign.
North Carolina Democratic Governor Roy Cooper on Friday vetoed a Republican-authored bill requiring voters to present photo identification.
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There’s no clear timeline on when Nevada’s newly minted automatic voter registration will be implemented, election officials told state lawmakers Tuesday.
The Amherst Town Council Monday adopted a Ranked-choice Voting Commission, a system that allows voters to rank candidates in order of preference.
Come New Year’s Day, three major voting bills will become law in California, changing the way voters use vote by mail ballots.
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A hulking statue of a late 19th century white leader, with a cane and top hat, has been a flashpoint for cultural conflict in South Africa for years.
Somalia federal Minister for Public Works Abdifitaah has resigned over the arrest and exclusion of a former al-Shabab leader from a regional election.
Hungary’s P.M Viktor and his ruling party Fidesz rammed a law through parliament that poses a new threat to the independence of the country’s judiciary.
The government of President Daniel Ortega has begun a sweeping crackdown against the free press and activists in Nicaragua.
Russians in far eastern region of Primorsky Krai elected a Kremlin-backed candidate for governor after previous election was thrown out due to voting fraud.
Human rights organizations and opposition parties see “old days” back as government threatened to deregister organizations that involve in politics.
Former top U.S. intelligence officials are warning about the Kremlin’s brazen desire and ability to interfere with the American political system.
Zimbabwe’s ruling party on Saturday gave the go-ahead to President Emmerson Mnangagwa to run for a second five-year term in 2023.
Barely 24 hours after being released from detention centers, the people have asked president Biya to release their leader if he wants peace in the country.
Thousand protesters marched peacefully through Budapest for a fourth day to oppose laws by the Hungarian government to restrict workers’ rights.
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