Pages tagged "Author matthew bugajski"


Arkansas Voter ID Law Struck Down

Posted on What's New by Matthew Bugajski on April 29, 2014

An explicit right to vote in the U.S. Constitution would prevent future debates over voter ID law.

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Elections in India and Indonesia Highlight Differences Between Electoral Systems

Posted on What's New by Ben Petit, Matthew Bugajski, Kevin Werner on April 29, 2014

India and Indonesia both held major elections this month. One country uses winner-take-all, the other proportional representation. That choice makes a difference.

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Monopoly Politics Blog Series: Hardening Partisanship in State Legislatures

Posted on What's New by Devin Mccarthy, Matthew Bugajski on April 23, 2014

State legislatures around the country face the same growing problems of partisanship and polarization as the House of Representatives.

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Italy's Renzi Pledges to Reform Electoral Law

Posted on What's New by Matthew Bugajski on March 11, 2014

Italy's new Prime Minister has promised changes, but are they in the interest of improving Italian democracy?

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Upcoming Election in India May Signal Electoral Change

Posted on What's New by Matthew Bugajski on February 11, 2014

There’s an exciting national election coming up this year in India, but the nation's electoral system may not be suited to handle it.

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New Constitutions Provide Opportunity for Electoral Change in Egypt, Tunisia

Posted on What's New by Matthew Bugajski on January 21, 2014

Egyptian voters approved a new constitution last week, and Tunisia's National Constituent Assembly is on the verge of passing a new constitution as well. What does that mean for elections in the two fledgling democracies?

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