Final vote count in Bolivian election gives Morales outright win after a disputed race
Friday, 25 October 2019 A final vote tally by Bolivia's electoral board gave President Evo Morales an outright win in the first-round election on Thursday, with 47.07% of ballots compared to 36.51% for runner-up Carlos Mesa, data on the board's website showed.
For the first time, New Yorkers will be able to vote early instead of using an absentee ballot for this upcoming Election. Registered voters will have 9 days, starting this Saturday to make their vote count if they can't make it to the polls on November 5th or just want to get it over with.
As the General Election rolls on and the three main parties launch their manifestos, we take a closer look at the details. We have compared the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat pledges against..
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Ousted Bolivian president Evo Morales said on Friday that fresh elections could be held without him, potentially removing an obstacle to choosing a new leader in the South American country thrown into..