Welcome to YourElection.Net

An election gives the people the chance to determine who governs them and what policies they support. There are many different kinds of elections and electoral customs. This site gives you quick answers about what elections are and how they work.

Originally this site started with information about the U.S. presidential election. Since then it has been expanded to cover the electoral systems of Russia and Argentina. It will be updated further and more electoral systems will be added in time.

Not only will you find information about elections around the world, you will also find editorials and comments on current elections and other events.

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Latest Editorials

Brexit – The UK Votes to Leave the European Union

The feared and unexpected Brexit vote came to be on Friday morning. A slim, but clear majority of voters in the United Kingdom chose to Leave the European Union. This will mark the first time that a country has left the union and the uncertainty of this has been felt across the world in the… Read More »

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Super Tueday Primary Finale

Today marks the last major contest of the U.S. Presidential Primary Season. Democratic hopefull Bernie Sanders had his last chance to stay in the race and came up short. Hillary Clinton was able to easily win New Jersey, South Dakota, New Mexico and California, which she did in a commanding  fashion. She has made history… Read More »

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The 2016 Kentucky and Oregon Primaries

After a prolonged nail-biting wait for results in the Kentucky Primary to come it, Hillary Clinton comes out on top in an almost euqally split vote. The win puts a small damper to the Sanders campaign. She moves closer to gaining the needed pledged delegates, but more important sheh scores a moral victory. Sanders’ win… Read More »

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