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N.C. election officials: Harris operative collected and falsified ballots, then tried to obstruct state investigation

The State Board of Elections opened a hearing with explosive allegations that Leslie McCrae Dowless tried to cover his tracks and encouraged witnesses to lie. No evidence has emerged that Republican Harris knew of the alleged scheme.

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Nigerian president says military should be 'ruthless' with vote riggers

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has sounded an ominous warning to anyone who plans to rig the country's general elections.

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The world looks longingly at a post-Trump era

If Europe's leaders, diplomats and security professionals had a vote in the 2020 US presidential elections, it doesn't seem likely they'd give it to ...

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Facebook Voids Accounts Targeting Moldovan Election

Facebook said on Thursday it had disrupted an attempt to influence voters in Moldova, increasing concerns that EU elections in May could be prey to ...

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Nigeria's electoral commission allows resumption of campaigning after vote delay: statement

Nigeria's electoral commission approved on Monday the resumption of political campaigning, the body said in a statement, after the general elections ...

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North Carolina's elections board holds hearing on ballot fraud allegation

The hearing will include the results of an investigation into allegations that a political operative tampered with mail-in ballots in a rural county ...

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'State-backed hackers' targeted Australia's main political parties

Politicians and their parties are high-value targets for foreign agents looking to disrupt elections, as we've seen in the US and elsewhere in recent years. Now, Australia is in the crosshairs. The main political parties there were the ...

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Italy's far-right group set to be the second biggest political party in the EU

The center-right is set to remain the biggest group in the EU legislature after elections in May that should also show a surge in seats for the far-right, a survey showed on Monday.

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North Carolina to hold hearing on undecided US House race

The North Carolina State Board of Elections is holding a hearing on ballot fraud allegations in the nation's last undecided congressional election

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North Carolina election panel meets to decide whether midterm race will be re-run

A new election committee was set to meet Monday to decide whether voters in North Carolina's 9th District will re-run a midterm race for the House.

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'Digital Gangsters': UK Wants Tougher Rules for Facebook

British lawmakers issued a scathing report Monday that calls for tougher rules on Facebook to keep it from acting like "digital gangsters" and ...

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The land of a million polling stations: India's general election by the numbers

With general elections due by May, India will embark on the world's biggest exercise in democracy over the coming months.

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Bulgaria's largest opposition party votes to quit parliament

Lawmakers from Bulgaria's opposition Socialist Party (BSP) are leaving parliament for an unspecified period, saying fair elections could not be guaranteed following recent Election Code amendments.

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Election Fraud in North Carolina? State Board Will Hear Evidence This Week

The North Carolina State Board of Elections will consider whether fraud tainted a campaign for a seat in Congress, and whether the Ninth District should hold a new vote.

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Why `Green New Deal’ Has Washington in Such a Lather: QuickTake

President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal created a sprawling range of public-works programs to address the Great Depression. Eighty years later, some present-day members of his party say a program no less grand in scope is needed to address a new ...

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Nigerian parties condemn last-minute election delay

Nigeria's presidential and national assembly elections have been delayed by one week and will now take place on Saturday, February 23, authorities ...

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Why Nigeria's disputed elections could be a choice between 'bad and worse' amid threats of violence

The oil market is bracing for the insecurity and violence that have historically marred elections in Africa's largest crude producer.

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Nigerians react with anger and confusion after presidential elections postponed

It had been a long election campaign, fiercely contested and marked by flashes of violence, but Nigerians were finally looking forward to casting their votes in what is the largest democratic exercise in Africa.

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Nigeria postpones presidential election at last minute

Nigeria postponed presidential elections planned for Saturday by one week, citing a lack of proper materials at all voting locations.

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N.C. election officials will consider fate of congressional seat at Monday hearing

The State Board of Elections will consider evidence of a ballot-tampering scheme in the 9th District and consider calling for a new election or certifying Republican Mark Harris’s 905-vote victory over Democrat Dan McCready.

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Nigeria's president appeals for calm after election delay

President Muhammadu Buhari urged Nigerians on Saturday to remain calm after the electoral commission postponed presidential elections by a week.

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2019 Fantasy Baseball Draft Prep: Sleepers 1.0 offers draft day values at their ADP

There are a lot of ways to define a sleeper. Heath Cummings says the most simple way is also the most beneficial. ...

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Kashmir attack: Why the timing could drive tensions in South Asia

Once again, geopolitical tensions are rising on the Indian subcontinent. And the timing, just ahead of India's general elections, could drive the ...

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Europe vote will decide if Italy stays in EU: League lawmaker

Italy should leave the European Union unless there is a decisive shift toward populist parties in European Parliament elections in May, according to a prominent member of the far-right League party, part of the country's two-party ruling coalition.

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Spanish government calls snap general election amid Catalan crisis

Over the weekend, tens of thousands of Spaniards protested in Madrid, insisting that Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez call elections after planning to appoint an intermediary for talks between the Spanish government and the Catalan government, a step outside the parameters of the Spanish constitution.

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Spanish government calls snap general election amid Catalan crisis

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez called the polls for late April after Catalan separatists withdrew support for his minority government.

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