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Liberia's 2017 Elections -Weah in the Lead

According to the tally, Senator Weah has a total of 13,7606 votes so far representing 37.0528 percent, while VP Boakai has attained 10,6456 votes so far accounting for 28.6651 per cent.


Senator Weah has the lead in Bomi County with 44.4 percent, followed by VP Boakai with 32 percent after 32 polling places reporting.


In Bong County, from 502 polling places reporting, VP Boakai is in the second place with 34.0 percent behind Senator Weah with 39.4 percent.


In Gbarpolu County, from 26 of 133 polling places reporting, Senator Weah leads with 41.6 percent from 3,075 votes followed by VP Boakai with 2,768 votes for 37.4 percent.


In Grand Bassa County, which has 388 polling places, Liberty Party’s Charles Brumskine has 48.4 percent followed by the CDC with 32.5 percent and the UP with 8.3 percent.


In Grand Cape Mount County, the home of the UP’s former chairman Senator Varney Sherman, Senator Weah has 46.4 percent to VP Boakai’s 37.5 percent.


In Grand Gedeh County, CDC has 76.1 percent to UP’s 12.0 percent.


In Grand Kru County, Senator Weah has 58.2 percent to UP’s 10.8 percent.


In Lofa County, VP Boakai has a commanding lead with 27.614 votes for 78.1 percent, followed by Charles Brumskine of the Liberty Party with 8.8 percent of the votes and CDC with 5.8 percent.


In Margibi County, the home of VP Boakai’s vice standard bearer Emmanuel Nuquay, Senator Weah leads with 42.8 percent followed by VP Boakai with 34.6 percent, Alexander Cummings with 7.2 percent and Charles Brumskine with 6.8 percent.


In Montserrado County, which has 1,790 polling places, with 262 reporting, Senator Weah leads with 50.4 percent of the votes followed by VP Boakai with 26.6 percent, Cummings with 9.6 percent and Cllr. Brumskine with 7.2 percent.


In Maryland County, Senator Weah has 3,892 votes for 36.2 percent followed by Alex Cummings with 3,381 votes for 35.8 percent and VP Boakai with 1,612 votes for 15.0 percent.


In Nimba County, Senator Prince Y. Johnson, as expected has a commanding lead with 13,786 votes for 52.6 percent followed by VP Boakai with 4,744 for 18.1 percent.


In Rivercess County, Cllr. Brumskine has 37.3 percent followed by Weak with 36.1 percent.


In River Gee County, Senator Weah has so far, 12,883 votes for 60.7 percent followed by VP Boakai with 3,369 votes for 15.9 percent.


In Sinoe County, Senator Weah has so far 9,391 votes for 69.3 percent followed by VP Boakai with 1,771 votes for 13.1 percent.



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