Lessons from America: Ideas and caveats from the US midterm elections

In January 2019, a new session of the United States Congress met for the first time since November 2018’s midterm elections. Beyond the impact on American politics, the 2018 vote shone a light on the management of elections in the US, with a particular focus on registration and voting issues arising on election day. Taking a closer look, can the midterms provide any lessons for the UK voting system?…

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Voting on Thursdays – What’s Behind this British Tradition?

When it comes to voting, people have all sorts of traditions. Some voters always take a pen, others go straight to the pub afterwards, and some families vote together. But there’s one voting tradition that overrides them all – namely, Thursdays. You might have noticed – or you might not – that General Elections are always held on a Thursday. Odd, right?…

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