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# Election

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Poll: Who do you think is going to win the US presidential election?
The overall result of the US election is still unclear.
Poll: Who do you think will win the US presidential election?
It’s just two days until election day.
Magic mushrooms, flags, wolves and weed: Americans will be voting on all sorts on Tuesday
It’s not just the presidency that’s to be decided.
Social Democrats member alleged to have voted twice in general election
Gardaí in Mallow confirmed that they are investigating an allegation of someone voting twice.
Jacinda Ardern credits virus response for election win
The New Zealand Prime Minister won a second term in office in a landslide.
Jacinda Ardern wins landslide re-election in New Zealand
No leader has achieved an outright majority since New Zealand adopted a proportional voting system in 1996.
Anger as Turkish army reopens Cyprus resort that has turned into ghost town
The move threatened to further inflame tensions in the eastern Mediterranean, where Turkey has been engaged in bitter maritime disputes with Greece and Cyprus.
Russia holds regional polls in shadow of Alexei Navalny's poisoning
The vote is seen as a key test of the Kremlin’s control of local politics.
'It’s lawlessness, plain and simple': Joe Biden condemns rioting, looting and arson at protests
Biden also blamed Donald Trump for “stoking violence” in US cities.
Trump brands protesters ‘thugs’ at New Hampshire rally
The US president claims he is the only thing standing between ‘democracy and the mob’, and said ‘no-one is safe’ in an America under Joe Biden.
Trump says Biden is destroyer of American 'greatness' as he accepts Republican nomination
The US president spoke for 70 minutes at an event held at the White House.
Ardern delays general election after new outbreak of Covid-19 in New Zealand
The New Zealand prime minister has put the election back to October.
700 more people detained in Belarus as Lukashenko calls protesters 'sheep'
More than 6,700 people have been detained following protests over a disputed election.
New Zealand could delay election after virus returns
A three-day stay-at-home order for Auckland — a city of 1.5 million people — went into force today.
Belarus braces for protests as incumbent Lukashenko appears to win presidential election
Alexander Lukashenko has ruled the ex-Soviet country since 1994, making him Europe’s longest serving leader.
'It's hard to be optimistic': Many Poles in Ireland uneasy at re-election of populist president
Andrzej Duda saw off a liberal challenger in a closely fought contest.
Joe Biden proposes 'Buy American' campaign to bolster US firms
The former vice-president has called for $700 million to be spent on supporting manufacturing and technology firms.
Coveney says 'we can't rule out' another general election
Members of Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and the Green Party are currently voting on whether or not to back the programme for government.
Senators go to High Court to seek declaration that Seanad can sit without Taoiseach's appointees
There have been concerns that legislation could not be passed without a full complement of senators in place.
Here are all the Senators elected to the 26th Seanad with all seats filled
The identities of the 11 Taoiseach’s nominees will remain unknown.
Three former TDs elected to the Seanad as counting continues
Sinn Féin’s Fintan Warfield and Fine Gael councillor John McGahon also won a seat.
Larry Donnelly: Super Tuesday 2 makes Joe Biden the Democratic nominee in-waiting
Biden was all but counted out by most onlookers before recently, writes Larry Donnelly.
'Some validity' in criticism of Fine Gael Seanad candidates, says Varadkar
The party has 11 female candidates running for election in the Seanad.
Your Seanad election guide: How you can (or why you can't) vote for the next batch of senators
Here’s what you need to know.
Was childcare really that big an issue for voters in the general election?
It was a prominent topic throughout the election but just 3% of voters said it was the most important deciding factor for them.
Election posters need to be taken down by midnight tonight
If you spot a poster around your area after today, contact your local authority.
Poll: Do you keep your vote private?
Do you tell people how you vote?
McDonald: 'I've made contact with Greens, Soc Dems and PBP about government formation'
She said her preference would be to form a government without Fine Gael or Fianna Fáil.
Turnout for Saturday election was fourth-lowest ever in history of the State
Turnout was actually down by over two percentage points.
From a handful of TDs to a 'seismic' surge: Sinn Féin's long and winding road to electoral breakthrough
Three elections ago, the party only won four seats in the Dáil.
'It's disappointing': Outgoing minister Shane Ross loses seat in Dublin Rathdown
He said he believed the Independent Alliance had been able to achieve a lot in government without “rocking the boat”.
'Kingmakers' and 'political marmite': How the general election is being reported across the world
Sinn Féin’s performance is of particular interest.
It’s a tie: Fine Gael, Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil all at 22% in exit poll
The exit poll was commissioned by RTÉ, The Irish Times, TG4 and UCD and carried out by Ipsos MRBI.
In Photos: Voting takes place on Gola island off the Donegal coast
The isle lies two kilometres off the north west coast.
'Completely ridiculous': Department criticised over last-minute information for voters with sight loss
There are 55,000 people in Ireland living with sight loss.
From alliances to acrimony: Why is the Irish left so fond of a split?
A brief history of the left-wing splits and alliances of the past decade.
Storm Ciara to arrive on election day before 'extremely disturbed' weather next week
The storm is set to bring wet and windy weather this weekend.
Leader ratings: How did you rate the party leaders in tonight's Prime Time debate?
Miriam O’Callaghan and David McCullagh hosted the RTÉ debate this evening.
What's your big election question for Leo Varadkar? It's YOUR chance to ask
We want to know what matters to you. Get your questions in.
Explainer: Why was the election postponed in Tipperary and what happens now?
An independent candidate died yesterday – and now it looks like Tipperary won’t get to vote until the end of the month.