Understanding America’s Electoral College [infographic] (June 25)

Understanding America’s Electoral College [infographic] (June 25)   When U.S. citizens cast their presidential election ballots, they’ll be voting for someone like Hagner Mister or Rex Teter. You probably have not heard of Mister or Teter. In fact, most voters who chose them in 2016 did not know who they were. During the last presidential ...
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How to prevent another failure of democracy in Venezuela (May 18)

How to prevent another failure of democracy in Venezuela (May 18)   It’s been two years since the illegitimate election of Nicolás Maduro, during which time Venezuela has plunged into even greater turmoil and suffering. Within five days of the May 20, 2018, election, 46 countries declared the results illegitimate, according to the  Electoral Integrity Project . The ...
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Iranian president begs voters to be regime’s ‘savior’ (February 20)

Iranian president begs voters to be regime’s ‘savior’ (February 20) Iranian President Hassan Rouhani acknowledges that Iran’s regime is in dire straits. But rather than taking responsibility, he is asking the Iranian people to vote for more of the same. At a recent rally in Tehran, Rouhani implored the Iranian people to set aside any ...
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The U.S. Embassy Statement on de facto “elections” in Georgia’s South Ossetia Region (June 10)

The U.S. Embassy Statement on de facto “elections” in Georgia’s South Ossetia Region The United States does not recognize the legitimacy of the so-called parliamentary elections held in Georgia’s South Ossetia region on June 9, and will not acknowledge their outcome. Our position on Abkhazia and South Ossetia remains clear: these regions are integral parts ...
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October 21 Local Elections in Georgia (October 22)

The Embassy of the United States congratulates the government and people of Georgia on yesterday’s well-administered local elections, which were held in a largely peaceful environment and respected fundamental freedoms.  We concur with the OSCE’s preliminary report, which noted positively that the candidates could campaign freely and that freedoms of assembly and expression were generally ...
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