Voters

World Burundi Voters Back Constitution Extending Presidential Term

The new rules pave the way for Pierre Nkurunziza, the country’s longest-serving president, to potentially stay in power until 2034. More

US & Canada Republicans Know Their Voters Are Going To Be Mad They Didn’t Repeal Obamacare, So They’re Trying Again

Republicans Know Their Voters Are Going To Be Mad They Didn’t Repeal Obamacare, So They’re Trying Again View Entire Post › More

US & Canada Cynthia Nixon Is Trying To Find A Bernie-Like Pitch That Can Win Black Voters

“You can’t just talk about economic justice without talking about racial justice — they’re not mutually exclusive.” View Entire Post › More

US & Canada Republicans Know Their Voters Are Going To Be Mad They Didn’t Repeal Obamacare, So They’re Trying Again

For years Republicans made repealing Obamacare the core of their health care platform. Now they face a midterm election without a plan. View Entire Post › More

World Iraq voters rebuke PM's party as rivals surge

The race to become Iraq's next prime minister appeared wide open Monday as two outsider alliances looked to be in the lead after the first elections since the defeat of the Islamic State group. More

World Iraqi Voters, Freed From War, Focus on Struggle of Daily Life

In Iraq’s first election since the defeat of the Islamic State, voters considered bread-and-butter issues like corruption and unemployment, rather than security, as their chief concerns. More

Top Stories Iraq elections: Voters head to the polls at critical time

Iraqis go to the polls Saturday to vote in their first parliamentary elections since the defeat of ISIS last year, with the economy, jobs, security and corruption high on the list of voters'... More

World Video: Iraqi voters angry at corruption ahead of polls

Iraqis head to the polls on Saturday for parliamentary elections. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is hoping the recent victory against the Islamic State group will help him win a second term. But... More

Politics Soros sole funder of PAC targeting infrequent voters in battleground states

Liberal billionaire George Soros is the only individual funding a political action committee established by a coalition of anti-Trump organizations that will target infrequent voters in three... More

Middle East A hero for defeating ISIS, Iraq's PM still has to woo voters

With so many contenders this year, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stands at the epicenter of the hotly contested election. More

World Malaysian Voters’ Choice: Entrenched Scandals, or the Old Guard

A hard-fought race has pitted Prime Minister Najib Razak, accused of diverting hundreds of millions of dollars, and his 92-year-old mentor, Mahathir Mohamad. More

Politics Voters in both parties snub fringe candidates as they look toward November

Tuesday's GOP primary results showed both Republicans and Democrats moving toward the center as voters look ahead to this fall's midterm elections. More

Politics Blankenship brawl tops roster of hard-fought Senate contests as primary voters have say

The battle for control of the Senate will kick off in earnest Tuesday evening, once voters render their verdict in three closely watched primary battles -- but none more gripping and unpredictable... More

World Lebanese Voters Want Change. Few Expect It.

The politicians running in Lebanon’s elections on Sunday have promised to end corruption and fix poor services. Experts say that’s unlikely. More

Politics Don Blankenship hits McConnell's 'China family' in new ad as Trump Jr. tells voters to 'reject' him

West Virginia Republican Senate candidate Don Blankenship has attacked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell over his "China family" in the latest use of racially charged language by the former... More

Sports U.S. Soccer chief: Trump's World Cup bid tweet not a threat to voters

Trump's tweet read: "The U.S. has put together a STRONG bid w/ Canada & Mexico for the 2026 World Cup. It would be a shame ... t support us (including at the United Nations)?" On Monday, Trump also... More

US & Canada Voters choose politicians based on looks and personality but less effective people are being elected

People vote for politicians who they believe look competent and trustworthy, but new research shows this leads to less effective people being elected to office. More