1971 Liberian general election

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General elections were held in Liberia on 4 May 1971. In the presidential election, incumbent William Tubman of the True Whig Party was the only candidate, and was re-elected unopposed.[1] In the legislative elections, the True Whig Party won all 52 seats in the House of Representatives.[2]

Results

Presidential election

Candidate Party Votes %
William Tubman True Whig Party 714,005 100
Total 714,005 100

References

  1. ^ Elections in Liberia African Elections Database
  2. ^ Liberia Inter-Parliamentary Union
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