Joining the calls of many others from across the country, citizens in Lofa are calling for amendment in the 1986 constitution to change the current date of elections.
Some women leaders of Gbarpolu have identified key provisions in the constitution for possible amendment to improve future elections in the country.
Citizens in Margibi and candidates vying for the five representative seats of the county in the upcoming elections have criticized the Center for Media Studies and Peacebuilding for poorly conducting debates in Margibiâ€™s first, second, third, and fifth districts.
Scores of young people, mostly high school students, have pledged their unflinching support to Foday Faisu, a candidate for representative of Margibiâ€™s third electoral district.
Ducor Debates, a series of debates being held across the country to allow Liberians to compare their representative candidates, has hit Ganta, with five of the six candidates participating.
The much publicized Ducor Debate was witnessed in Margibiâ€™s second district recently in Harbel with incumbent Representative Ballah Zayzay debating with five would be candidates in the district.