Tensions were high in Belarus as the country held a presidential election Sunday. Eight staff members for the main challenger to the authoritarian president were reportedly detained by police and one of the campaign’s leading figures fled the country.
By Simon Ostrovsky
Belarus voters will go to polls on Sunday in what has turned out to be a surprisingly competitive presidential election with longtime authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko facing a challenge from a political novice. Over the last few weeks, the country’s…
By Associated Press
Tribunal president Salvador Romero told reporters that Bolivian and international experts had advised the body that the country's uncontrolled spread of the novel coronavirus made holding the election in September unfeasible.
By Associated Press
The votes were held amid considerable success in the country’s fight against the coronavirus, with just 215 cases of COVID-19 recorded.
By Megan Thompson
Several college and professional sports teams have announced they will make Election Day a holiday for players and employees. It's one of the first concrete policy changes by teams in response to national unrest over racial inequity. But is it…
By Matt Loffman
The races exposed some of the challenges each party will face on Election Day, when Democrats will be defending their narrow House majority and Republicans their Senate majority and the presidency.
By Russell Contreras, Associated Press
New Mexico Democrats nominated two Latinas and a Native American woman in primaries on Tuesday. Republican voters also nominated a member of the Cherokee Nation and a Hispanic woman for two of those races.
Biden has been referred to in the press as the “presumptive nominee” ever since Sanders ended his White House bid, but he's still 425 delegates shy of the 1,991 he needs to guarantee the nomination.
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
The justices heard arguments on an unusual voting issue that could have important consequences for the 2020 presidential election in an era of intense political polarization.
By Aron Heller, Associated Press
The election could decide whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power despite his upcoming criminal trial on corruption charges.
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