American astronauts on the ISS can vote in elections from orbit by secure email.
21893 New Zealand election
Women in New Zealand gained the right to vote in 1893, the first independent country to do so in modern times.
In 2010, a satirical political party in Reykjavik, Iceland, openly stated that they would keep none of their campaign promises. They won 34.7% of the city vote, with their founder, Jon Gnarr, a comedian becoming mayor.
4Jigme Singye Wangchuck
Jigme Singye Wangchuck, the last king of Bhutan was so popular that his people protested when he revealed plans for democracy in 2011.
Senators in Mexico cannot immediately run for re-election and thus, the Senate is completely renewed every 6 years.
In Australia, voting is compulsory and citizens over 18 years of age are fined if they do not vote.
Saddam Hussein used Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" as his campaign song in the 2002 election.
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8New York Times
In 1996, the New York Times had the name of the winner in the elections as a clue and it worked regardless of the candidate.
9Charles D. B. King
In 1927, Charles D. B. King won the presidential election in Liberia when he got 234,000 votes against the opponents 9,000. There were 15,000 registered voters in Liberia at the time.
Jehovah's Witnesses don't vote in any country, ever.