Another success for the incumbents, as Tasmania's Liberal government wins a somewhat underwhelming victory.
Tasmania's Liberal government is seeking a third term in office, and looks like benefiting from the indulgence that voters are giving to incumbents in time of crisis.
This month our regular electoral roundup brings news from Greenland, Samoa, Georgia and Western Australia.
Andrew Peacock was a flawed Liberal leader, but it is not mere nostalgia to think that he was a great deal more admirable than most of his successors.
Preventing prisoners from voting in the United States has some strange effects on the workings of the electoral system. Australia is more fortunate in that regard, as a current round of redistributions illustrates.
A monthly feature with brief reports on recent electoral news. Today, Western Australia, the Netherlands, Tanzania and the Republic of the Congo.
The unbelievable opinion polls in Western Australia were right, and its opposition parties were almost wiped out.
Western Australia's Labor government is a shoo-in for re-election tomorrow, but that doesn't mean the result will be lacking in interest.
A further volume of David Kemp's history of Australian liberalism casts more doubt on the Liberal Party's pedigree.
A new paper revisits the question of the basis to use for drawing legislative districts in the US, with some interesting experimental results.