In the aftermath of a disastrous defeat in a war with Azerbaijan last autumn, Robert Kocharyan, the country's authoritarian second president, has emerged as the main contender against Nikol Pashinyan, the embattled leader of Armenia's "Velvet Revolution" and the acting prime minister.
A third-party presidential candidate in Mongolia's election has been hospitalized after testing positive for COVID-19 three days before the vote. The winner will become the country's sixth president.
"Heritage Action is proud of our work to make it easier to vote and harder to cheat," said Jessica Anderson, the head of Heritage Action.
Unlike predominant groups, independent Assyrian parties heavily rely on expatriate voters to secure their seats in Iraq's parliament.
The GOP Maryland governor said that his party has become a "sort of circular firing squad."
Betting the United States wouldn't agree to the terms, Lukashenko said Belarus would hold an early election on the same day as the U.S.
First-term Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Thursday night that she will not run for re-election, shocking her supporters.
A new poll shows that a 69 percent majority of all likely voters support the For the People Act, including a 52 percent majority of Republican voters.
The elections, which have caused public outrage due to health risks, led to public electoral rallies and marches in March and April that health experts believe contributed to India's rising rates of infections.
Ahead of expectations that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah party will seek on Thursday to delay the country's upcoming election, the Islamic militant group Hamas voiced its disapproval, saying it will not be party to a postponement.
The U.S. population rose by 7.4 percent to 331,449,281, the second-slowest increase ever, and for the first time, California is losing a congressional seat—a result of dwindling migration in the nation's most populous state.
Organizers in the recall of California Governor Gavin Newsom, including the Republican Governors Association and the leader of the grassroots group that led signature gathering, said they will not get involved in candidate endorsements.
Governor Brian Kemp posted a video on his Twitter account that showed him using a drop box to cast his ballot last year, flashing a thumbs-up sign afterward.
Nobody in the the Jasper County town of La Russell, Missouri, voted on Tuesday. That includes the candidates on the ballot.
Kemp defended the legislation, saying it makes it "easy to vote by expanding access to the polls and harder to cheat by ensuring the security of the ballot box."
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reportedly said that the Senate filibuster "certainly should be lifted for constitutional matters" during an unreleased podcast appearance, adding that "I would put election law matters at the top of that list."
U.S. Senator Rick Scott, a Florida Republican who heads the GOP's Senate fundraising arm, wants former President Donald Trump's help in the 2022 election, but he's asking him to hold off a bit.
President Joe Biden's critics have seized on the burgeoning crisis along the southern border as the White House continues its victory lap following the passage of a nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package in a partisan vote.
Republican lawmaker John Kavanagh discussed his party's support for a piece of proposed legislation that would increase state requirements to vote absentee.
"I think I disagree with every single word in HR 1, including the words 'but,' 'and' and 'the,'" the Utah Republican complained.
Davidson County Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle pushed for broader policies that would allow people to cast ballots remotely ahead of this past November's general election.
H.R. 1, also known as the For the People Act, has support from 68 percent of likely Republican voters.
Early voting in Georgia would be allowed primarily from Monday to Friday at 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. under a new Republican proposal.
If Cynthia Tenney's win is certified by New York election officials, she will become the 30th Republican woman in the House of Representatives.
The Democratic National Committee is looking to raise support early, as the party faces a fight to retain its majorities in Congress next year.