Ugandan voters wait in line at a polling station in the capital Kampala. Some 14 million voters started voting on Friday. (Roberto Schmidt/AFP) Millions of Ugandans have come out to vote in the east African nation's presidential ballot pitting the country's long-serving president Yoweri Museveni against his former ally and personal physician, Kizza Besigye. Voters in Uganda faced the choice Friday of extending their president's 25-year grip on power or joining the anti-incumbent wave sweeping Africa and the Middle East and voting Museveni out of office.
WASHINGTON -- Four million to five million voters did not cast a ballot in the 2008 presidential election because they encountered registration problems or failed to receive absentee ballots, which is roughly the same number of vote... Read Post
As Americans vote in today's presidential election, many are finding surprisingly long lines at polling places, particularly in the hurricane-hit northeast. Reports of hours-long waits seem to be common. Read full article >> Read Post