• 04
    Nov
    2014

    If your office is anything like ours is today, then you’ll know what I mean when I say these elections are truly digital. From #ShowYourSticker selfies to clicking the “I Voted” button on Facebook, it’s clear that we’ve moved from “all politics are local” to “all politics are online.”

    Don’t believe me? Check out these two pieces of evidence:

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  • 06
    Nov
    2012

    If you are anything like us bees — your social networks are probably buzzing with #election coverage today.

    Individual users aren’t the only ones jumping into the fray – most of our favorite social media hot spots are stepping up their game and making it easier for you to follow coverage and…

  • 26
    Jul
    2012
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    Oct
    2010
  • 22
    Jul
    2010

    Australia is in the midst of another federal election. Announced last Saturday, the parties have 5 weeks to campaign before the population goes to the polls. Aside from a compulsory voting system, multiple polling stations (you don’t have to vote in your precinct), universal early voting, and same day absentee voting, Australia has one interesting electoral quirk that could pave the way for a third party here in the United States.

    Since the early 20th century Australia has relied on “preferential voting” (also known as “Instant Run-Off” Voting) to elect members to its lower house of…