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Romero Hicks: Mexican electronic voting will be ready in 2018

    Romero Hicks: Mexican electronic voting will be ready in 2018

While on a trip to Chicago, senator Juan Carlos Romero Hicks made some interesting declarations about the possibility of voting for Mexicans living abroad: "In 2018, Mexicans living abroad will [...]

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10 facts about the 2014 Colombian presidential elections

    10 facts about the 2014 Colombian presidential elections

Incumbent president Juan Manuel Santos will be facing Oscar Iván Zuluaga, Marta Lucía Ramírez, Clara López and Enrique Peñaloza on May 25 as Colombians elect a president for the 2014-2018 [...]

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Key facts about the 2014 parliamentary elections in Colombia

    Key facts about the 2014 parliamentary elections in Colombia

2014 will be a busy year for electoral authorities in Colombia as citizens participate in at least two national elections: parliamentary on 9 March and Presidential on 25 May. Since Colombia [...]

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Ecuador ready for sectional elections

    Ecuador ready for sectional elections

As campaign officially ends today, the stage is set for Ecuadorians to head to the polls this coming Sunday for the 2014 sectional elections. Ecuador’s voter roll currently has 11,682,314 registered [...]

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El Salvador heads to the polls

El Salvador is gearing up to elect a new president and vice president for the 2014-2019 term on February 2nd. A second round is scheduled for March 9 in case no [...]

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Voting technology in South America

    Voting technology in South America

  The evolution of information technology in recent decades has brought the adoption of electronic voting to the agendas of electoral commissions and governments around the world. South America is no [...]

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Minessota tests voting technology

    Minessota tests voting technology

President Barack Obama lead the way for some important transformation when, during his acceptance speech in November 2012, he stated "we need to fix that", referring to the long lines [...]

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