A monthly feature summarising some recent electoral news. Today Kyrgyzstan, the Netherlands, Uganda and Germany.
The US Republican Party faces a possible split over its attitude to Trumpism, and the voting this month in Congress gives some indication of where it might happen.
Joe Biden's hopes of a sympathetic Congress come down to two runoff elections tomorrow in the state of Georgia. They both look too close to call.
The final act of the US presidential election puts vice-president Mike Pence in the spotlight, a place that he has tried hard to avoid.
One of the enigmatic greats of Australian politics passes from the scene.
A Dutch far-right party implodes after its membership chooses extremism over mainstream presentibility.
The disputed-but-not-really presidential election in the US has raised memories of its 2000 predecessor. It's important to understand that the degeneration of the Republican Party didn't begin with Donald Trump.
Nicholas Sarkozy goes on trial in France, in a case that raises questions about how we treat ex-presidents and what we really think about political corruption.
All the signs are that Joe Biden will be the next American president. That won't solve all of the problems that have got things to this point, but at least it's a start.
Queensland goes to the polls on Saturday, with its Labor government looking in a good but not unassailable position for re-election.