George Weah, the former soccer icon, got 38 percent of the total votes in the first round, while Vice President Joseph Boakai of the ruling Unity Party got 28.
Boakai or Weah - NEC Declares Nov. 7 Runoff Campaign Open
Observer, 20 October 2017
It is a complex question that will be determined by Liberian voters across the country as they head to the polls in a runoff of the Presidential Electoral scheduled for November 7,… Read more »
New Dawn, 20 October 2017
The National Elections Commission (NEC) has announced that ruling Unity Party (UP) presidential candidate Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai and opposition Coalition for Democratic… Read more »
Joseph Boakai and George Weah.
CDC, UP Face-Off in Runoff Election - NEC Releases Final Results
FrontPageAfrica, 19 October 2017
The National Elections Commission (NEC) has declared campaign open for the run-off election between Vice President Joseph Boakai and the Senator George Weah of the Coalition for… Read more »
The Votes That Got Away
FrontPageAfrica, 20 October 2017
Cecelia Dahn, 33, a Plantain Chips seller from West Point registered to vote in March but when it came to casting her vote last Tuesday, October 10, she stayed home. Read more »
Prince Johnson to Support the Opposition
A source close to Nimba County Senator Prince Y. Johnson (PYJ), standard bearer of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction (MDR), has now confirmed that the controversial… Read more »
Where Are They Headed?
At long last the race for the Presidency which saw 20 candidates competing in the 10 October first round of polling has narrowed down to two contenders: Senator George Weah of the… Read more »
PYJ Will Support 'Majority Side'
NEWS, 20 October 2017
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Tarpeh Optimistic of CDC Victory
The Campaign Manager for the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) Professor Wilson Tarpeh has expressed optimism for victory in the November 7, 2017 presidential run-off election. Read more »
Jewel Howard Taylor, the running mate of soccer icon George Weah, has said that their Coalition for Democratic Change will campaign 'to the core' in the runoff elections. Read more »
Supporters of the two leading candidates, soccer icon George Weah and Vice President Joseph Boakai, have reportedly begun frantic negotiations to win over other parties that ... Read more »
George Weah's Coalition for Democratic Change leads with 39 percent of the votes declared. He is followed by the ruling Unity Party's candidate, Vice President Joseph Boakai, who ... Read more »
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