Georgia 28th District to redo legislature primaries on December 4 as a result of lawsuit filed by Dan Gasaway who lost to Chris Erwin by 67 votes.
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Facebook Inc. says it would no longer dispatch employees to the offices of political campaigns to offer support ahead of elections, as it did in 2016.
The Center for Election Innovation and Research released a must read research report titled “Voter Registration Database Security” dated September 2018.
The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law will track, analyze, and publish data on television spending in these campaigns, leading up to the November 6 elections.
The bill targets the promotion of more financial accountability from elected officials, specifically, Senators. Far from perfect, it should have an impact.
US Senate and staff personal email accounts targeted by state-backed hackers and the Senate’s security office has refused to defend them, a lawmaker says.
Oregon officials have use facebook bolster participation to remember hundreds of thousands of inactive voters to update their registration.
Ensuring that elections are free, fair, transparent and credibly run should be the chief concern of all election officials and courts!
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.
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A former newspaper columnist has been jailed for seven years in Myanmar over Facebook post criticizing the country’s leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
Human Rights First and the Cairo Institute released a report detailing the severe crackdown on peaceful dissent and nongovernmental organizations in Egypt.
In a report released on Tuesday, Amnesty accuses Nicolas Maduro’s government of committing some of the worst human rights violations in Venezuela’s history.
Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang, one of the country’s top three leaders but with mostly ceremonial duties, died Friday after an illness.
Chinese government will block foreign current affairs content from being shown in the country, report from its National Radio and Television Administration says.
The international human rights group said authorities had arrested at least 111 people since December for criticizing President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
Turkish celebrity chef in hot water for hosting Venezuela’s Maduro amid claims that people in Venezuela are going hungry due to an ongoing economic crisis.
Punk group Pussy Riot has linked suspected poisoning of member Verzilov with his attempt to investigate the deaths some Russian journalists in Africa.
Joseph Kabila’s preferred successor as president of the D.R.C will face a credible election challenge in December from two oppositionleaders.
Kazakhstan on Thursday sentenced a man to three years in prison for inciting social hatred and calling for the forcible overthrow of the government.
- Rights Group Accuses Mexican Military, Police Of Unlawful Killings
- Mexico’s Next Anti-Money Laundering Czar Vows Tough Action
- Former Argentina President Indicted On Corruption Charges
- Guatemala Defies Court Order by Stopping Anti-Graft Chief’s Return
- Peru President’s Corruption Reforms Raise Tension With Congress
- Equatorial Guinea Vice President Detained in Brazil With $50 Million
- South Sudanese Peace Deal Brings Cautiously Optimism From Locals
- Corruption Law at Risk as Peru’s President Faces Standoff With Congress
- Podcast Reviews Tunisia’s Path From Dictatorship To Democracy
- Rwandan President Pardons Jailed Opposition Leader