Fumio Kishida won a razor-tight race to lead Japan’s ruling party into the country’s general elections.
Ian Prior is helping to lead the charge against critical race theory in the county that just happens to be ground zero for the most important election of 2021.
Critics say the aging leader is just trying to hold on to power.
Ethiopians voted last week in regional elections marred by a civil war and inter-ethnic violence.
“In the long run, if you’re running for office, any attention is good attention, so I think it will help me.”
Multiple GOP governors are facing primary challenges over actions they took during the pandemic—even those who didn’t do much to stop its spread.
The Arizona secretary of state said Thursday that "decommissioning and replacing" the machines was the best option.
They’re pushing the “election integrity” law even though they admit there weren’t major problems in 2020.
The delay comes amid a crackdown on candidates and activists by Israeli authorities and a disagreement over whether eligible voters in East Jerusalem would be allowed to cast their ballots.
Public figures transitioning to politics is not new in Mexico. But will voters find them more trustworthy than the country's political elites?
“It basically comes down to Hufflepuff or Ravenclaw,” a Yukon resident says.