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.
Increased turnout in last year's US election probably didn't have much to do with the expansion of postal voting. Nor does it seem to have made much difference to the result.
Democracy is under threat in Armenia, but so far its prime minister seems to be giving a good account of himself, despite last year's military reverse.
El Salvador's autocratic president will no longer have to contend with a hostile legislature, after his party won a landslide victory on Sunday.
A century on from its defeat and occupation by Soviet Russia, Georgia again worries about Russian influence and the fragility of democracy.
A monthly digest of recent electoral news. This time, Liechtenstein, Kosovo, Niger and Haiti.
The supporters of independence win a majority in the New Caledonia government for the first time. Change is on the way, although the underlying balance of power is not all that it might seem.
What would happen in the US if the electoral college was elected proportionally? The answer is rather interesting, but it's an unlikely avenue for reform.
Catalonia's pro-independence parties win a majority without having to rely on the distortions in the electoral system. A general swing to the left also opens up other possibilities.
The opinion polls get things badly wrong in Ecuador. A runoff will decide the presidency, but it's not yet clear who the candidates will be.