The announcement of a reform plan for Western Australia's upper house is a major step forward for democracy, although dispensing with preferential voting should also have been considered.
California's governor looks like surviving an attempt to recall him, but the vote casts a light both on some of the state's quirks and on the mania that's taken hold of the Republican Party.
Australia's electoral system is set for a much more modest overhaul than was originally proposed. Things may, however, become more difficult for minor parties.
Brazil's embattled president launches a pre-emptive campaign against his country's electoral apparatus, hoping to succeed where Trump failed.
While Australians have been filling out their census forms, the United States is releasing results from last year's census – with important political implications.
As the Trumpists continue their campaign on "election fraud", politicians from both sides are in denial about the seriousness of the threat to American democracy.
Blogging resumes with a good news story, as Samoa's new government is finally allowed to take office.
Democrats choose their candidate for mayor of New York in America's biggest experiment yet with preferential voting.
France's regional and departmental elections show a combination of disaffection among voters and continued allegiance to the mainstream.
This month's regular update brings electoral news from Mexico, Armenia, Algeria and Samoa.