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« Reply #150 on: June 18, 2007, 04:09:38 am »

Upcoming June/July

20 June: Albania, President
24 June: Republic of the Congo, Parliament (1st round)
30 June: East Timor, Parliament
30 June-10 July: Papua New Guinea, Parliament
June: Jordan, Parliament
June: Kiribati, Parliament
June: Nauru, President

July

July 1: Mali, Parliament (1st round)
1 July and 8 July: Saint Barthelemy and Saint Martin, Territorial Council (SB) and Territorial Council (SM)
7 July: Latvia, referendum on security laws
9 July: Puerto Rico, referendum on constitutional changes (unicameral legislature)
19 July: India, President
19 July: Nagorno-Karabakh, President
July 22: Japan, House of Councillors
22 July: Republic of the Congo, Parliament (2nd round)
22 July: Cameroon, Parliament
22 July: Turkey, Parliament
July 29: Mali, Parliament (2nd round)
July: Kiribati, President
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« Reply #151 on: August 22, 2007, 03:19:41 pm »
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Because of Hurricane Dean, the Jamaician Electoral Commission have postponed their general election from August 27th to September 3rd
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« Reply #152 on: September 09, 2007, 08:57:03 am »
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There were elections in Morocco. Much less gains for the Islamists than expected, although this was partly due to a regerrymandering apparently. Of course the Moroccan parliament has f-all power anyways.
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« Reply #153 on: October 01, 2007, 08:43:08 am »
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Upcoming elections in October 2007: 

* 6 October: Pakistan, President
* 7 October: Costa Rica, referendum on DR-CAFTA
* 11 October: Gibraltar, Parliament
* 14 October: Togo, Parliament
* (20-24) October : Tokelau, referendum on self-determination
* 21 October: Switzerland, Parliament
* 21 October: Åland, Lagting
* 21 October: Slovenia, President
* 21 October: Turkey, constitutional referendum
* 21 October: Poland, Parliament
* 21 October: Kyrgyzstan, constitutional referendum
* 27 October: Oman, Assembly
* 28 October: Argentina, President and Parliament

* October at latest: Pakistan, Parliament
* October: Kiribati, President
* October: Nauru, constitutional referendum
* October: Serbia, President
* October: United Nations, Security Council
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« Reply #154 on: October 14, 2007, 02:31:34 am »
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November 24: Australia Smiley
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« Reply #155 on: October 23, 2007, 07:23:40 pm »
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When exactly are the elections in Bangladesh going to take place? Are they ever going to?
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« Reply #156 on: January 08, 2008, 07:36:29 pm »

January (Upcoming)

    * 12 January: Lebanon, President
    * 12 January: Republic of China (Taiwan), Parliament
    * 15 January: Barbados, Parliament
    * 19 January: Faroe Islands, Parliament
    * 20 January: Cuba, Parliament
    * 20 January: Serbia, President (1st round)
    * 27 January: French Polynesia, Legislative (1st Round)
    * 29 January: Bhutan, National Council
    * January: Tokelau, Parliament

February

    * 3 February: Serbia, President (2nd round)
    * 3 February: Monaco, Parliament
    * 8 February: Czech Republic, President (indirect)
    * 10 February: French Polynesia, Legislative (2nd Round)
    * 17 February: Cyprus, President
    * 18 February: Pakistan, Parliament
    * 19 February: Armenia, President
    * 24 February: Switzerland, Referendum on business tax reform
    * February: Bhutan, General (1st Round)
    * February: Djibouti, Parliament
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« Reply #157 on: January 08, 2008, 09:25:01 pm »
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    * 12 January: Lebanon, President

Are we sure they aren't just going to delay yet again? (the number of times it's been delayed is in the double digits I believe).
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« Reply #158 on: February 09, 2008, 09:57:04 am »
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According parties-and-elections.de, there were elections on 3 February in Monaco :

http://www.parties-and-elections.de/monaco.html
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« Reply #159 on: February 23, 2008, 02:57:20 pm »
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March 9th: Spain parliament
May 1st: London Assembly, London Mayor, Locals (some English, all Wales)
June 26th: Likely date for any Henley by-election
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« Reply #160 on: February 26, 2008, 09:38:02 am »

March 9: France municipal and cantonale, round one
March 16: France municipal and cantonale, runoffs
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« Reply #161 on: March 15, 2008, 05:59:49 pm »
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Don't forget about Serbia's early general election on May 11th. 
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« Reply #162 on: April 10, 2009, 02:01:22 pm »

lol Algeria. Abdelaziz Bouteflika has won a third term after changing the Constitution. The old crook has won 90.24% of the votes on 74.54% turnout. The candidate I supported, a Trot, got 4.22% and second place.
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« Reply #163 on: June 03, 2009, 08:24:25 pm »
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German "Super Election Year" September 27.
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« Reply #164 on: June 30, 2009, 02:34:12 am »
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July

July 1: Mali, Parliament (1st round)
1 July and 8 July: Saint Barthelemy and Saint Martin, Territorial Council (SB) and Territorial Council (SM)
7 July: Latvia, referendum on security laws
9 July: Puerto Rico, referendum on constitutional changes (unicameral legislature)
19 July: India, President
19 July: Nagorno-Karabakh, President
22 July: Japan, House of Councillors
22 July: Republic of the Congo, Parliament (2nd round)
22 July: Cameroon, Parliament
22 July: Turkey, Parliament
23 July:  Norwich North By-election (Westminster)
July 29: Mali, Parliament (2nd round)
July: Kiribati, President 
 

 
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« Reply #165 on: June 30, 2009, 07:09:39 pm »
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Bloomberg News is reporting that Japan's general election may be held on August 8th. As I have NHK World TV and know that Japan operates an Assembly style electoral system, I might just pay attention to them and would like to know where I can find the last election result?
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« Reply #166 on: June 30, 2009, 07:14:34 pm »

Bloomberg News is reporting that Japan's general election may be held on August 8th. As I have NHK World TV and know that Japan operates an Assembly style electoral system, I might just pay attention to them and would like to know where I can find the last election result?

Wikipedia, obviously.
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« Reply #167 on: September 06, 2009, 02:27:50 pm »
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For the ones I am actually interested in:

Germany- September 27, 2009

United Kingdom- 2010 (exact date still unknown, but should be on or before June 3, 2010)

France- April and May, 2012 (exact dates unknown -at least to me)
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« Reply #168 on: September 06, 2009, 02:59:58 pm »

France- April and May, 2012 (exact dates unknown -at least to me)

Probably April 22 and May 6. Second-to-last Sunday in April and first Sunday in May.
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« Reply #169 on: March 07, 2010, 03:38:51 pm »
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Is no one here covering the Iraqi elections? 
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« Reply #170 on: March 07, 2010, 03:50:33 pm »
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For the ones I am actually interested in:

Germany- September 27, 2009

United Kingdom- 2010 (exact date still unknown, but should be on or before June 3, 2010)

France- April and May, 2012 (exact dates unknown -at least to me)

Rumours of 'May 6th' flying about.
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« Reply #171 on: June 13, 2010, 01:59:11 am »
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June

    * 13 June: Belgium, Parliament
    * 19 June: Nauru, Parliament
    * 20 June: Colombia, President (2nd Round)
    * 20 June: Poland, President
    * 26 June: Somaliland, President
    * 27 June: Guinea, President (1st Round)
    * 27 June: Kyrgyzstan, Constitutional referendum
    * 28 June: Burundi, President (1st Round)
    * 29 June: Hungary, President (indirect)
    * 30 June: Germany, President (indirect)
    * June: Nauru, President (indirect)

July

    * 11 July: Japan, House of Councillors
    * 18 July: Guinea, President (2nd Round, if necessary)
    * 23 July: Burundi, National Assembly
    * 26 July: Burundi, President (2nd Round, if necessary)
    * 28 July: Burundi, Senate (indirect)
    * July: Tuvalu, Parliament
    * July: Suriname, President (by the parliament)

August

    * 1 August: São Tomé and Príncipe, Parliament
    * 4 August: Kenya, Constitutional referendum
    * 4 August: Solomon Islands, Parliament
    * 9 August: Rwanda, President
    * 12 August: Madagascar, Constitutional referendum

September

    * 12 September: Turkey, Constitutional referendum
    * 18 September: Afghanistan, Parliament
    * 19 September: Sweden, General
    * 26 September: Venezuela, Parliament
    * 30 September: Madagascar, Parliament
    * September: Cook Islands, Parliament
    * September: Somaliland, Parliament
    * September: Moldova, Constitutional referendum

October

    * 2 October: Latvia, Parliament
    * 3 October: Brazil, President (1st Round) and Parliament
    * 3 October: Bosnia and Herzegovina, President and Parliament
    * 10 October: Kyrgyzstan, Parliament
    * 24 October: Niger, Constitutional referendum
    * 31 October: Brazil, President (2nd Round)
    * 31 October: Tanzania, President and Parliament
    * October: Egypt, Parliament
    * October: Czech Republic, Senate (a third)

November

    * 2 November: United States, House of Representatives and Senate (one third: "Class III" Senators)
    * 21 November: Burkina Faso, President
    * 25 November: Tonga, General
    * 26 November: Madagascar, President
    * 28 November: Chad, Parliament
    * November: Bahrain, Parliament
    * November: Moldova, Parliament

December

    * 26 December: Niger, President (1st Round) and Parliament
    * December: Transnistria, Parliament

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2010

    * Burma, Parliament
    * Central African Republic, President (1st Round) and Parliament
    * Comoros, President
    * Côte d'Ivoire, Parliament and President
    * Faroe Islands, Constitutional referendum
    * Guinea, Parliament
    * Haiti, Parliament
    * Iraq, Status of Forces Agreement referendum
    * Jordan, Parliament
    * Qatar, Parliament (by June 2010)
    * Sudan, Darfur amalgamation referendum (by July 2010)
    * United Arab Emirates, Parliament
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« Reply #172 on: December 19, 2010, 11:25:19 pm »
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FYI: there will be an independence referendum in Southern Sudan on January 9, 2011. 

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« Reply #173 on: September 29, 2011, 06:27:59 am »
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Isle of Man votes today for the House of Keys.
http://iomelections.com/2011/
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« Reply #174 on: October 22, 2011, 11:30:18 am »
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This needs an update:

    * 21/28 October: Kiribati, Parliament
    * 23 October: Argentina, President and Legislative
    * 23 October: Bulgaria, President
    * 23 October: Switzerland, Federal
    * 23 October: Tunisia, Constituent Assembly
    * 27 October: Ireland, President and constitutional referendums
    * 30 October: Kyrgyzstan, President

November

    * 6 November: Guatemala, President (2nd round)
    * 6 November: Nicaragua, President and Parliament
    * 8 November: Gibraltar, Parliament
    * 13 November: South Ossetia, President and referendum
    * 20 November: Spain, Parliament
    * 21 November: Marshall Islands, Parliament
    * 24 November: Gambia, President
    * 25 November: Morocco, Parliament
    * 26 November: New Zealand, General and Voting method referendum
    * 28 November/5 December: Egypt, Parliament (1st round)
    * 28 November: Democratic Republic of the Congo, President and Parliament
    * 28 November: Guyana, Parliament
    * November: Kiribati, President

December

    * 4 December: Croatia, Parliament
    * 4 December: Slovenia, Parliament
    * 4 December: Russia, Parliament
    * 11 December: Côte d'Ivoire, Parliament
    * 11 December: Transnistria, President
    * 14 December: Switzerland, Federal Council (indirect)
    * 14 December/21 December: Egypt, Parliament (2nd round)
    * 17 December: Gabon, Parliament
    * 29 December: Guinea, Parliament
    * December: Saint Lucia, Parliament

... 

2012:

January

    * 3 January/10 January: Egypt, Parliament (3rd stage)
    * 22 January: Finland, President (1st Round)
    * 29 January and later: Egypt, Shura Council

February

    * 12 February: Turkmenistan, President
    * 26 February: Senegal, President
    * February: Syria, Parliament

March

    * 4 March: Russia, President
    * 10 March: Slovakia, Parliament
    * 11 March: El Salvador, Parliament
    * 24 March: Gambia, Parliament
    * 29 March: Iran, Parliament
    * March: Madagascar, President and Parliament

April

    * 11 April: South Korea, Parliament
    * 22 April: France, President (1st Round)
    * April: Libya, General
    * April: Mali, President

May

    * 6 May: France, President (2nd Round if required)
    * 16 May Dominican Republic, President
    * May: Bahamas, Parliament
    * May: Burkina Faso, Parliament
    * May: East Timor, President
    * May: Serbia, Parliament
    * May: Seychelles, Parliament

June

    * 10 June: France, Parliament (1st Round)
    * 10 June: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Senate (indirect)
    * 17 June: France, Parliament (2nd Round)
    * June: Kuwait, Parliament
    * June: Mongolia, Parliament
    * June: Papua New Guinea, Parliament

July

    * 1 July: Mexico, President and Parliament
    * July: Albania, President (indirect)
    * July: Cameroon, Parliament
    * July: India, President (indirect)
    * July: Mali, Parliament

August

    * 14 August: Kenya, President
    * August: Sierra Leone, President and Parliament
    * August: Kazakhstan, Parliament

October

    * 7 October: Venezuela, President
    * 8 October: Slovenia, President
    * 28 October: Ukraine, Parliament
    * October: Jamaica, Parliament
    * October: Lithuania, Parliament

November

    * 6 November: United States, President, House of Representatives and Senate (one third: "Class I" Senators)
    * 30 November: Romania, Parliament

December

    * 19 December: South Korea, President
    * December: Ghana, President and Parliament
    * December: Kenya, Parliament
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