Tactics, votes and alliances - the Northern Irish case throws up a host of issues.
#dogsatpollingstations was once again trending early on in the British election.
Brexit directly impacts Britons living on the continent – but many are barred from voting in the UK general election, while others fear their ballots won’t be counted.
UAE citizens gathered at polling stations across the emirates on Saturday to vote on the final day of the country’s fourth Federal National Council (FNC) elections.
With a voter turnout of a record high of nearly 51%, the European Elections have shown the divergence of political alliances in Europe.
The proportion of people turning out to vote in the EU elections has gone up for the first time since the formation of the European Union.
The last election rallies of the European People's Party and European Socialists have been taking place ahead of Sunday's poll.
Britain's two biggest parties — Conservative and Labour — suffered big losses in Thursday's local elections in England and Northern Ireland, according to partial results from the BBC.
Long queues formed outside post offices around Spain as citizens who wanted to exercise their right to use postal votes had to wait in line to do so
Ekrem Imamoglu is calling for the country's election board to confirm him so he can get down to business.
Hackers are invited to look for vulnerabilities in Switzerland's e-voting system during a four-week dummy poll.
The UK parliament has approved a trial for MPs who are new parents to vote by proxy
Polls have closed in Cambodia's disputed national election, which rights groups say was neither free nor fair.
Pakistani authorities said on Thursday full results of the general election would be delayed as cricket hero-turned-politician Imran Khan led in a partial count that opponents say has been rigged.
As municipal workers remove political signs and stickers from walls and posts the day before voting, Mexicans go to the polls on Sunday for their next President. They'll be choosing for either a left-wing political change or for continuity.
President Vladimir Putin eyes six more years in office as Russians voting are expected to give him an easy victory
Whatever the outcome, Italy's general election has exposed deep rifts in society and stirred anger over issues like immigration and poverty
The move coincides with the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act, which extended voting rights to millions of women over 30.