According to the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA), a Swedish intergovernmental organisation, at least 70 countries and territories have rescheduled elections since mid-February; this includes 25 nationwide… Read more At least 70 countries delay elections due to pandemic →
A cross-party group of Japanese lawmakers will consider sending a team of observers to Hong Kong in an effort to make sure that its Legislative Council election in September will… Read more Japan cross-party group may send election observers to Hong Kong →
Queues formed early outside polling stations with strict conditions enforced to curb the risks from coronavirus. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong called the election on June 24, saying the People’s Action Party… Read more Singapore votes in COVID snap election →
On 24 June 2020 following the Wisconsin Primary election where numbers of polling places were cut from 187 to just 5 in Milwaukee and 11% statewide, the Brennan Center for… Read more USA: Wisconsin poll place numbers cut. Turnout down by 9%. →
In recent weeks, advocates for the blind have filed legal actions in Michigan, New York and Pennsylvania seeking access to systems already in place to deliver ballots electronically to military… Read more USA: Blind voters fear loss of privacy with shift to mail voting →
The African National Congress’ national working committee (NWC) has discussed a range of possibilities, including electronic voting for next year’s local elections. During its Monday meeting, the NWC said it… Read more SA: Electronic voting being considered →
Public observers will be monitoring all forms of the upcoming nationwide vote on amendments to the Russian Constitution, Chairperson of the Central Election Commission (CEC) Ella Pamfilova told a session… Read more Russia: Observers to monitor nationwide voting on constitutional amendments →
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