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· May, 2010

Stories about Elections from May, 2010

Georgia: Election reporting in ethnic Azeri region

Georgia: Online local election mapping

Colombia: Tweeting the May 30 Presidential Elections

Twitter activity about the May 30 Colombian Presidential elections is at an all-time high. Topics include the missteps by some of the candidates, their performance in the debates, as well...

Guinea : Waiting for Presidential Elections

Hope mixed with anxiety reign in Guinea with the presidential elections to be held on June 27, 2010. These elections are the first free elections in Guinea since its independence....

Lebanon: Elections Vs Football

[Report] Technology for Transparency

This report is the culmination of four months of research examining the objectives, challenges, successes, and effects of online technology projects that aim to promote transparency, political accountability, and civic...

Trinidad & Tobago: Offering Advice

Colombia: Presidential Election and Campaigning in Citizen Media

The Colombian Presidential election is scheduled for May 30, in which Juan Manuel Santos and Antanas Mockus are considered the frontrunners. The contest is actively being discussed in citizen media...

Ethiopia: EU monitors release preliminary findings

Trinidad and Tobago: Election Landslide

After a snap election ends the rule of Prime Minister Patrick Manning, Trinidadian bloggers react to the new People's Partnership coalition government, led by the country's first female prime minister.

Jamaica: Citizen Media Follows the Standoff

A study in extremes is perhaps how the last 24 hours in the Caribbean region could be adequately described: As Trinidad and Tobago peacefully went to the polls and elected...

Trinidad & Tobago: Election Graffiti

Trinidad & Tobago: People's Party Position

Trinidad & Tobago: Ways of Voting

Kyrgyzstan: Contemplating a shift to parliamentary republic

USA: Recessions better for right than left?

Trinidad & Tobago: Changing the Mindset

Trinidad & Tobago: On the Issues

Trinidad & Tobago: Right & Wrong

Egypt: Ask and ElBaradei Will Answer

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