Tunisia held the first presidential election since the Jasmine Revolution on Sunday 23 November 2014.
Bahrain held an election for the 40 seats in the Council of Representatives (Majlis Al-Nuwab) on Saturday 22 November 2014
The election in Solomon Islands for the 50 seats in the National Parliament was held on Wednesday 19 November 2014.
The second round of the presidential election in Romania was held on Sunday 16 November 2014.
The election in American Samoa for the 20 (of 21) seats in House of Representatives, the non-voting delegate to the United States (U.S.) House of Representatives, and the Senate (indirect election) was held on Tuesday 4 November 2014.
The election in Guam for the 15 seats in the Legislature (Liheslaturan Guåhan) and for the non-voting delegate to the United States (US) House of Representatives was held on Tuesday 4 November 2014.
The election in the United States (U.S.) for the 33 seats (of 100) in the Senate and the 435 seats in the House of Representatives was held on Tuesday 4 November 2014.
The election for the 450 seats in Ukraine’s Supreme Council (Verkhovna Rada) was held on Sunday 26 October 2014.
The election for the president and both houses in parliament in Uruguay was held on Sunday 26 October 2014.
The runoff-election for the president of Brazil was held on Sunday 26 October 2014.
The election for 217 seats in Tunisia’s Assembly of the Representatives of the People (Majlis Nuwaab a-shaab) was held on Sunday 26 October 2014.
The election for the 57 seats in the National Assembly of Botswana was held on Friday 24 October 2014.
According to the country's top electoral authority, incumbent President MORALES will enter his third term in office.
Provisional results suggest a win for Frelimo and its presidential candidate Felipe NYUSI.
Renamo Party Claims Fraud, but Election Perceived as Generally Peaceful
Bosnia Nationalists Poised to Win Election According to Preliminary Results
President Dilma ROUSEFF & Opponent Aecio NEVES to Compete in Runoff Election
Center-Right Party GERB Wins, But Needs Coalition Partners
The election for the 100 seats in Latvia’s Parliament (Saeima) was held on Saturday 4 October 2014.
Kazakhstan's ruling Nur-Otan Party filled all 16 seats of the Senate.
Switzerland citizens voted 'No' in a 28 September referendum on public health insurance and removing the Value Added Tax (VAT) for restaurants.
Preliminary results suggest a win for New Zealand's governing center-right party and Prime Minister John KEY.
The referendum on whether Scotland should be an independent country from the United Kingdom (UK) was held on Thursday 18 September 2014.
On Wednesday 17 September Fiji held its first parliamentary elections since the 2006 military coup.