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The Brennan Center’s “Better Safe Than Sorry” report offers tools that those in charge of elections can use to protect the vote from cybercriminals.
According to the new NPR/Marist poll many American voters do not believe that elections are fair. Choices of some voters are not considered at times.
Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is actively thinking of running for president in 2020 as a Democrat.
US elections employ a number voting materials, equipment during elections. ES&S, Hart, and Dominion are the dominant election equipment vendors.
The Brennan Center’s campaign on election protection is meant to assist those running for office to help make the midterm polls free from interference.
Wisconsin Democrats have started preparations for the 2020 elections by putting up a legitimate fight, contesting Republican gerrymandering in the state.
A stunning twist of event primaries held on the 22 of May in Georgia ended up with a Republican victory but with a total confusion over who the Republican state House victor is.
Impelling concerns of cyberattack ahead of November midterms have led the Brennan Center to draft a guide with 8 ways citizens can fight off the attacks.
Plaintiffs in Schmitt v Husted are challenging a seemingly arrogated prerogative by Ohio election officials to decide on what initiative to put on ballot.
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Mexico’s new financial intelligence chief feels “shameful” as little has been done on bribes that Brazilian firm Odebrecht executives claim had been paid.
Argentina’s former president C Fernandez was indicted on Monday for bribes recieved from construction companies in exchange for public works contracts.
Guatemala defies court order on return of head of the International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala, or CICIG, to the country.
Peru opposition slams high-stakes vote over President’s proposals over anti-graft reforms, a high-stakes move that could force out the Cabinet and Congress.
Equatorial Guinea’s Vice President, Obiang Mangue was over the weekend detained in Brazil by federal police and revenue authorities for possession of well over $50 million.
South Sudan’s warring parties signed what is call a final peace agreement to end a civil war that killed tens of thousands of people and displaced millions.
Peru’s president wants the opposition-dominated Congress to hold a special session this week to debate his proposed anti-corruption measures.
Tunisia, where the Arab uprisings began seven years ago, faces many difficulties in its transition on the economic, political and security fronts.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame has pardoned jailed opposition leader Victoire Ingabire. A cabinet statement issued Friday evening announced the pardon.
International Day of Democracy will mark its 10th anniversary on 15 September 2018. This day has been observed by United Nations member states since 2008.
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- Why Ethiopia’s Fragile Reforms Need International Support
- China Claims Mass Muslim Detentions For Education, Not Mistreatment
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- Corruption Watchdog Says Anti-Foreign Bribery Laws Ignored
- Tortured Ugandan Politician Confronts Dictatorship With Allegations
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