The mass trucking of Liberians from one county to another during the October 10 presidential and Representative elections, is said to have negatively impacted the December 26, runoff presidential election.

The trucking was heavily done by some Representative Candidates, most of whom were massively defeated across the 73 districts in Liberia.
The boycott of the run-off election by the defeated Representative candidates and their supporters has reduced the election momentum for both Unity Party of Joseph Boakai and the Coalition of Democratic Change Candidate of Senator George Weah.
According RCINEWS Correspondents across Liberia, most of the voting centers were seen with limited voters unlike the huge turnout in the October 10 elections.
Our Correspondents attributed the low turnout or boycott of the electoral process to the influx of people who were trucked to other counties by majority of the defeated Representative Candidates.
Meanwhile, reports just reaching this station say most the polling places have closed and counting is ongoing.

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