Published: May 09, 2022
Philippine residents headed to cast their ballots on Monday (May 9), after polls opened in the country's most divisive presidential election in decades, with the prospect of a once-unthinkable return to the rule of the Marcos family, 36 years after they were toppled in a "people power" uprising.
Published: Nov 10, 2020
TOLLESON, Ariz. - It took her three tries to get the right door, and then no one answered. Maria Hernández started walking back to her car to find the next person on her list at risk of losing his or her vote.
Published: Nov 04, 2020
WASHINGTON - Razor-thin vote margins in a half-dozen presidential battleground states are raising the stakes for legal fights over which ballots will count, a strategy that President Donald Trump's campaign vowed Wednesday to aggressively pursue.
Published: Apr 02, 2019
Election Commission (EC) member Pakorn Mahannop said on Tuesday that the 1,500 or so ballots that arrived from New Zealand can be compared to raffle coupons that have arrived too late and cannot possibly be included in the draw.