October 10, 2017, Election Day, Liberia.

Monrovians turn out to vote on a beautiful sunny morning. The capital city is quiet, other than polling stations set up in precinct schools, which have long lines by mid-morning. Voting remains open until 6pm.

Monrovians turn out to vote on a beautiful sunny morning. The capital city is quiet, other than the polling stations set up in precinct schools, which have long lines by mid-morning. Voting remains open until 6pm.

Families wait under shade for voters to return from the time-consuming process of casting their vote in their precinct school. Some voters will wait patiently for hours in long lines.

Families wait under shade for voters to return from the time-consuming process of casting their vote in their precinct school. Some voters will wait patiently for hours in long lines.

Voting at the Liberian National Bar Association Law Library on Ashmun Street in Monrovia. "My third time voting since the war and I say this place runs professional." Amey chose to vote mid-afternoon when the lines are shortest.

Voting at the Liberian National Bar Association Law Library on Ashmun Street in Monrovia. “My third time voting since the war and I say this place runs professional.” Amey chose to vote mid-afternoon when the lines are shortest.

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Residents of 7th precinct gather outside polling location in Monrovia.

Voting draws to a close as the 6pm hour passes. Residents of 7th precinct in Monrovia wait for the last of voters and volunteers to finish, and the start of the meticulous compilation of votes to be sorted.

Voting draws to a close as the 6pm hour passes. Residents of 7th precinct in Monrovia wait for the last of voters and volunteers to finish, and the start of the meticulous compilation of votes to be sorted.

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