Six races shift in the House of Delegates, most of them towards the Republicans – but Democrats remain favored to hold the chamber.
Aaron Goldsmith reviews the new boundary proposals for Wales’s seats in the United Kingdom’s Parliament.
Sarah Stook looks back at ten of the most important women in United States political history.
Aaron Goldsmith talks with Earl Washburn of EKOS Research about the upcoming Canadian election.
Nick Morris looks at the Oregon Legislature’s proposed redistricting plans, which vary from Democratic gerrymanders to more fair maps.
Aaron Goldsmith talks with Quito Maggi of Mainstreet Research, one of the most regular pollsters this election in Canada
California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a recall campaign that isn’t likely to succeed, but has done far better than anyone expected.
Adam Laxalt’s entry into the Nevada Senate race might not be the electoral advantage Republicans expect and need.
Americans for Prosperity has boosted their spending in Virginia with pro-Republican ads, but have avoided negative ads so far.
There has been a general backsliding of democracy around the world in the last decade. However, this year’s Zambian presidential election has brought some hope that this trend can be reversed. President-elect Hakainde Hichilema defeated incumbent Edgar Lungu in the face of a variety of obstacles and an increasingly authoritarian