Ukraine's new president looks assured of a strong parliamentary majority after taking his chances with a snap election.
Australia and the US both apportion seats on the basis of population, but use different approaches to drawing boundaries. It could become a political issue.
The European Union may, or may not, get a new government tonight. Meanwhile, Spain's government is having parliamentary problems of its own.
Donald Trump's attempt to politicise the census has failed for now, but it raises interesting issues about how representation is supposed to work.
Ross Perot was an eccentric and pathbreaking figure, but it's not entirely fair to see him as a proto-Trump.
Greece's centre-right wins a clear majority, courtesy of the electoral system rather than the voters.
Greece looks ready to shift back to the centre-right in Sunday's election. Its party system is yet to recover from the damage done by the financial crisis.
The centre-left seems to have missed out on getting its candidate up as the EU's next head of government, but its parliamentary position is stronger than it might look.
Australia was supposed to be part of a centre-left revival, but it didn't work out that way. Only so much blame can be attached to the electoral system.
Denmark gets a centre-left government after the right was defeated in this month's election, but the Social Democrats' performance was less than stellar.