Monthly Archives: October 2011

Liberian 2011 Elections

October 11th, 2011, the day of general elections in Liberia, is drawing to a close here in Monrovia and there really isn’t too much to say. The day has passed by peaceably without any major disturbances. There were long lines at most … Continue reading

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30th Birthday

It was my 30th Birthday on Friday, my fourth birthday in Liberia. It was also the day the Congress for Democratic Change(CDC) had their march on Monrovia. I wish they had called me first, it made it hard for people … Continue reading

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Liberian Election Stuff

So it’s late, and thus, this will be short, but I want to share some scans and pictures I have of Liberian election stuff I have. First a couple list of contact info. This is a list of the political … Continue reading

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Liberia day 2 – Passes

Second day in Liberia, today we received our official election observer passes. Check’em out. Pretty cool. They came with that nifty binder, a hat (pictured), a t-shirt (not pictured) and a copy of the constitution. I bet American election observers don’t get … Continue reading

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Liberian Campaign Signs

Here’s a sampling of Liberian campaign signs that I saw on my drive home today. I’m back in Liberia for two weeks to help out the Ushahidi Liberia team as they help other monitor and track the electoral process here. Some of … Continue reading

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