Florida officials say thousands of mailed ballots were not counted because they were delivered too late to state election offices.
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Candidates for mayor need at least 12,500 signatures from registered voters and it’s a tradition for candidates to challenge their opponents’ petitions.
Investigation into illegally collected and possibly stolen absentee ballots in an undecided congressional race highlights the term ballot harvesting.
Charges against Joseph Gerardi speak a culture of corruption in Albany and need for a serious assessment of NY State’s ethics laws. Citizens Union reacted.
Reports provide alarming evidence of an ongoing effort to illegally harvest ballots, buy votes, dispose of ballots, and alter voters’ intended choices.
Republican lawmakers are undermining the will of the people with flagrant measures to curb the authority of incoming elected officials and voters.
Pay-to-play and ethics reform legislation passed by the D.C Council last night will strengthen small-donor public financing of D.C. elections and others.
Billionaires eyeing White House visit early voting states where they all said they would do everything for a successful 2020 Presidential race.
Wisconsin Republicans pushed through a sweeping set of bills Wednesday to limit the power of the state’s newly elected Democrats.
Those charged include two employees of the Suffolk County Board of Elections and two political party officials in connection with the alleged forgery.
- 4 Charged With Voter Petition Fraud in East Hampton, NY
- North Carolina Ballot Fraud Investigation Muddies Election
- GOP Campaign Organizers Confirm Hack Amid 2018 Midterms
- Final Vote on Critical D.C. Anti-Corruption Reform
- Coalition Pushes Ranked-Choice Voting in Massachusetts
- VIDEO: How a Supreme Court Nominee Can Affect Elections
- House Democrats Unveil Democracy Reform Agenda
- Defense Secretary Mattis Slams Russia, Alleges 2018 Vote Meddling
- Final Maine Count Confirms Citizens Made Use Of Ranked Voting
- Proposed New Jersey Redistricting Plan is Unfair to Republicans
The International Telecommunication Union reports that for first time in history, half of global population is using internet with Africa on the top growth.
Drugkho’s protest brings the total number of self-immolations to roughly 155 in Tibet since February 2009. The majority of those self-immolators have died.
We are disappointed that Google in its letter of 26 October failed to address the serious concerns of human rights groups over Project Dragonfly.
Armenian reformist leader Nikol Pashinyan won by landslide the early parliamentary elections Sunday, Central Election Commission’s (CEC) results showed.
In China, workers protesting unpaid wages, workplace illnesses and unsafe working conditions encountered police brutality, censorship and detention.
Governments from Pakistan to Mexico to Washington are woefully unequipped to combat disinformation warfare. Eastern Europe offers examples of the problem.
It is no secret that the international system we have relied on for peace and progress for over 70 years is under strain and even under threat.
Peruvians vote a referendum aimed at curbing corruption as the South American nation tries to put an end to a scourge top authorities that behind bars.
Gabon President Ali Bongo, out of country since falling ill in October, suffered stroke, vice president said, providing first official details of illness.
Congo’s President Joseph Kabila is stepping down after this month’s election but he doesn’t rule out seeking the post again in the future.
- Myanmar Court’s Conviction of Kachin Activists Condemned
- VIDEO: Experts Dissect Russia’s Domestic Political Landscape
- Turkey Seeks Arrests Over 2013 Occupy Turkey Protests
- Russian Rights Activist Alexeyeva Dies at 91
- Thousands Protest Serbian President’s Autocratic Rule
- World Marks Anti-Corruption Day
- Demanding Answers 6 Years After Imprisonment in Eritrea
- Malawi NGOs Protest Amended Heavy Handed NGO Bill
- Human Rights Activists Killed In Record Numbers Globally
- In Positive Sign, Cambodia Repeals Abusive Associations Rule