Bolivia's presidential election features competing claims of victory, a cliffhanger count and a president who shouldn't be on the ballot in the first place.
Rounding up some recent electoral news from El Salvador, Macedonia, Belgium, the United States and Latvia.
The current duopoly of power looks like being broken in El Salvador on Sunday, as voters look for someone who can break the cycle of gang violence.
Venezuela's authoritarian regime is tottering at last, but many on the left who should know better are trying to shore it up.
Looking back on the key elections of 2018 reveals an intriguing mix, with democracy recording some notable wins as well as losses.
Brazil heads into dangerous waters with the election of an authoritarian president.
Brazil chooses its new president tomorrow, with a right-wing authoritarian the unbackable favorite.
Now if ever seems to be the time for a new popular front. Can liberals, social democrats and Marxists manage to work together?
Election news from the weekend from Brazil, Latvia, Cameroon, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Romania.
Sunday's election in Brazil is just the start of a critical battle between Trumpism and democracy.