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Center for Electoral Forensics
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Checking claims of democracy around the world
Checking claims of democracy around the world

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Guest assistant researcher Daisy Wang offers some views on the French presidential election of 2017.

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The Kingdom of Lesotho held its latest general election. While the level of electoral violence was lower than one may expect, there is significant evidence of differential invalidation in the results... in favor of the All Basotho Convention (ABC).

Here are some thoughts about the election.

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What are some things we can learn from the 2017 Turkish Constitutional Referendum? 

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The Gambia seems to be having issues with its transfer of power from on president to another. Is the solution as clear-cut as it appears at first glance?

No.

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The past few weeks have been rather interesting for those following the US Presidential election. There has been a resolution to the e-mail scandal. There has also been the Republican National Convention. How have these two big events helped our candidates?

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So, will Trump vs. Clinton be good for the Republicans or the Democrats? Here, we briefly examine how we got here and show the current state of the candidate support rates.

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So, how did FOX News average their polls? This quick article raises questions as to whether FOX News employs genuine statisticians.

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FOX News will be holding the first Republican debate of the 2016 election cycle. Limiting the stage to 10 candidates makes sense. Unfortunately, selecting those 10 is fraught with danger. Here, we examine who will be on the stage, and who will not.

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Who will win in Burundi on Tuesday? That answer is rather easy. The real question is what will Burundi be like when Pierre Nkurunziza starts his third term. 

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We already know that the 2010 Haitian election had several odd happenings. For instance, how did a third-place candidate make it to the second round? In this posting, we provide a possible answer along with a look ahead to the 2015 election.
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