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Georgia’s plan to delay a software update on voting equipment until after the next election has drawn criticism over security concerns.
Kern county’s mock election features two fictional candidates, testing staff readiness for future real elections with over 229 participants.
Amid a decline in global freedom, authoritarian leaders have invoked the language of democracy in an attempt to conceal the abusive systems.
Today, voters in Ohio will go to the polls to deliberate on a change to the state’s referendum law.
The growth of small-dollar donations has made races more competitive, as incumbents face challenges from well-funded opponents.
The Arab League reinstated Syria, ending a 12-year suspension. Western sanctions remain in place, limiting the impact of the decision.
A North Carolina court ruled that courts don’t have the ability to determine if a political map is legal, giving legislators a free pass.
Chile will vote to choose 50 delegates to a council to draw up a new Constitution, after voters rejected a proposed charter.
Berkovich and Petriychuk where charged with justifying terrorism over a play about Russian women marrying Islamists in Syria.