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Ticos living abroad can now register online to vote in 2018

The number of Ticos registered to vote from abroad doubled in the past two years from 12,654 to 25,370 as of Sept. 30.

Óscar Arias: Why I’m not running again for president of Costa Rica

Nobel Peace Prize winner and two-time Costa Rica President Óscar Arias has decided not to run in 2018 for a third term. Here's why.

Elections: 13 candidates vie for San José mayor’s seat

Thirteen candidates are competing to become San José, Costa Rica's next mayor. Elections will be held on Feb. 7, 2016. Here are the candidates.

Economist Intelligence Unit: Costa Rica and Uruguay are the only ‘full’ democracies in Latin America

An investigation by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) concluded that in Latin America, only Uruguay and Costa Rica ranked in the region’s "full democracies" category, described as when countries respect civil liberties and representative governance.

Costa Rican lawmakers approve 35 bills in first 6 months of term, but few are substantive

Ever wonder what Costa Rican lawmakers actually accomplish? Here's a look at the first six months of the current Legislative Assembly, a data analysis project aimed at promoting public access to information, brought to you by Ojo al Voto.

Johnny Araya’s and Otto Guevara’s campaigns overspend in the last election

The National Liberation Party spent $1.85 million more than it can cover in the last election, while the Libertarian Movement Party found itself in a $794,000 hole.

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