A fragmented presidential election in Peru sends two extremist candidates into the runoff, far left against far right.
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.
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.
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.
A new paper revisits the question of the basis to use for drawing legislative districts in the US, with some interesting experimental results.
The 2000 disputed election in Florida continues to cast a long shadow over the electoral process in the United States.
Republican challenges to Joe Biden's electoral votes were rejected, but the logic behind them points to a view of the US constitution quite different from the orthodox one.