Charles RichardsonAug 11, 2016
The Senate will again reflect the variety of Australians' political loyalties rather well. The House of Representatives, rather less so.
Charles RichardsonAug 3, 2016
Decisions on voting rights provide further evidence for the centrality of race to the Republican identity.
Charles RichardsonJul 15, 2016
A roundup of election news from Austria, the United States, Mongolia and Australia.
Charles RichardsonMay 30, 2016
America's Libertarians again choose Gary Johnson as their standard-bearer. And now that we know who the candidates are, some interest is starting to focus on the dynamics of the Electoral College.
Charles RichardsonMay 16, 20162 Comments
The High Court expends little energy in disposing of the constitutional argument against Senate voting reform.
Charles RichardsonMay 6, 2016
The Philippines elect a new president on Monday, with the front-runner making many people uncomfortable.
Charles RichardsonApr 22, 20164 Comments
Queensland's Labor government has turned the clock back to compulsory preferential voting in the pursuit of short-term electoral advantage.
Charles RichardsonMar 24, 2016
Another set of primary results fail to clinch the presidential nomination on either side. With 19 states to go, the contests are moving into somewhat different territory.
Charles RichardsonMar 19, 20164 Comments
Queensland's politicians want to give themselves an extra year before being accountable to their voters. The voters may not be so keen on the idea.