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· October, 2010

Stories about Elections from October, 2010

Brazil: Dilma Rousseff elected president

Cote d'Ivoire : SMS Service Suspended During Elections to Prevent Violence

Cote d'Ivoire : Citizen and Collaborative Election Monitoring System

Jordan: Political Cartoonists Take Aim at Campaign Posters

Jordanian social media writers continue to focus their writing about the November 9th parliamentary elections on the election posters covering the country, and particularly the capital city, Amman.

Tanzania: Vote, don't wage war

Tanzania: God Bless Tanzania

Tanzania: 2010 General Elections Roundup

Tanzanians will go to the polls on 31 October 2010 to elect the President of the United Republic of Tanzania, President of Zanzibar, Members of Parliament and Members of the...

Cote d'Ivoire: Election News on Twitter

Brazil: citizen coverage of election runoff

Tanzania: Government threatens press before election

Gabon, France: Gabon-raised Frenchman to Run for Elections

Tanzania: Vote Like You Own Your Country

Brazil: satirical voting campaign goes viral

Myanmar: “Boycott elections” campaign

The Myanmar elections will push through on November 7 despite the non-participation of opposition parties. Global Voices translates the statement of Myanmar citizens who will boycott the coming elections

Haiti: Upcoming Elections

Peru: Municipal Elections, Delays and the Electronic Vote

After over three weeks since the municipal elections, the people of Lima still didn't know for certain who would be their next mayor; a minimal difference between the candidates has...

Tanzania: Bloggers Analyse Tanzania 2010 Election Campaigns

On 31 October 2010, more than 19.6 million Tanzanians will make an important decision for the future of their country. They will take part in the forth parliamentary and presidential...

Slovenia: Dr. Peter Bossman, First Black Mayor

Brazil: the prospect of a female president

Tanzania: Where To Get Tanzania Election News

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