Liberty Party (Liberia)
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In October 2010, the Liberty Party agreed to create a coalition with the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), the largest party in the Legislature. The deal would have seen the two parties field a single list of candidates in the 2011 legislative elections and a single ticket for the 2011 presidential election made up of Brumskine and the CDC's standard-bearer, George Weah. However, this deal ultimately fell apart, and the Liberty Party announced in February 2011 that Senator Franklin Siakor had been chosen as Brumskine's running mate for the election.
In the 2017 election, preliminary results put the party in third place with 9.22% of the vote.
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