The London-based think tank WebRoots Democracy recently published a report on the Cost of Voting in the UK
The British organization Webroots Democracy (also known as the Institute for Digital Democracy) will gather on October 10th a panel of experts to discuss their most recent investigation on the voting of military forces deployed abroad.
The upcoming US presidential election in November has led both the Democrat and the Republican parties to seek out innovative alternatives to have a closer relationship with the electorate, young voters in particular.
The Carter Center, one of the most prestigious electoral observation bodies in the world, published a report praising the role of automation during the May 9th Philippine general election.
Democracy Watch, a citizen-led organization based in the Philippines, has lauded the 2016 Philippine General Elections, calling the event a success. The organization based its assessment on what it calls verifiable facts. First and foremost, turnout reached a historic records
“These automated elections, our third, set a landmark in the history of electoral automation. In only six years, the Philippines has become a worldwide reference for automation and successful elections”, stated Smartmatic CEO Antonio Mugica, speaking about the success of