Both national and state-by-state polling in the US are telling the same story: the Democrats have a clear lead, and if it holds up then regional differences won't matter.
A delayed and easy-to-miss election in Tasmania results in the independents being reduced to a minority in the upper house for the first time.
South Australia's Liberal government wants to change the state's electoral system to its own advantage. But it also happens to be the right thing to do.
Democrats are set on making Washington DC into a new state. It makes political but not constitutional sense.
Our semi-regular election roundup, with news from Malawi, Iceland, Poland and France.
In yet another apparent case of democratic backsliding, Mongolia's parliamentary election will be an important one to watch.
Victoria is to get an extra seat in the House of Representatives and Western Australia is to lose one. The difficult problem, however, is representation for the territories.
Poland's delayed presidential election gets a new date, amid a government campaign to capitalise on homophobia.
The investigation of pre-poll voting turns to voter behavior. Is the method of voting sorting voters along party lines? Or is it perhaps influencing how they vote?
Australia's pre-poll voting boom shows no signs of ending, creating headaches for electoral administrators. Should we, as Antony Green suggests, start counting pre-poll votes before the polls have closed for everyone else?