The composition of the new United States Congress is settled, with the exception of a Senate seat to be fought out next week.
Category: Electoral law
Further thoughts on Victoria
Independents and minor parties had a field day at this year's federal election; it's not clear that the Victorian election will suit them quite so well.
Individualism and the “libertarians”
Are Australia's "libertarians" really authoritarians in disguise? Upper house voting in Victoria provides a clue.
Fifth time lucky for Netanyahu
The fortunes of yet another far-right party are bolstered by the vagaries of an electoral system.
Election preview: Vanuatu
Vanuatu is in better democratic shape than some of its neighbors, but today's election will still have its problems.
A landslide in Quebec
Canada turns in another weirdly unfair election result, this time in Quebec, where the government has shelved its commitment to electoral reform.
Weekend results, part 2
There were two Balkan elections on Sunday: Bulgaria seemed to take a step backwards, but there was modest progress in Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Weekend results, part 1
Brazil's presidential election is rather closer than expected, and a poor result for the opinion polls. Meanwhile, the electoral system disenfranchises a lot of voters in Latvia.
Why not try democracy?
Italy's prospective right-wing government is not the choice of most Italian voters – a fact that you might not learn from the media coverage.
Voting in the desert
A by-election tomorrow in Western Australia raises some interesting issues, and incidentally reveals just how empty much of Australia is.