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Democrats go after the Electoral College only when they lose: Analyst
Only 538 people, those chosen by the two main US political parties, deciding the presidential election is reason enough to abolish the Electoral College, according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist.
Kenya opposition urges reform of electoral commission
Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga Sunday said the coalition he leads will hold nationwide campaigns to urge reforms of the electoral commission before the fresh presidential elections next month.
Senior Kenyan electoral official tortured, killed days before vote
Kenya’s presidential election, planned to be held in a week’s time, has been marred by fears of a turmoil as a senior electoral official, responsible for managing anti-fraud systems in the hotly contested vote, has been found tortured and killed in the capital Nairobi.
Bulgaria’s Borisov to begin talks to form new government after electoral win
Bulgaria’s veteran political bruiser Boyko Borisov was due Monday to begin tough talks to form a lasting government and become prime minister for the third time.
‘Blair’s support will weaken Miliband’
Former British prime minister Tony Blair has officially entered electoral campaign by voicing his “100% support” for current Labour leader Ed Miliband just one month ahead of the general elections.

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