Liberian voters have until November 14 to cast their ballots in the presidential run-off elections. Incumbent president George Weah is leading in votes against his rival Joseph Boakai. Voters are calling for a “free and fair” election to determine the future of the country. The ruling Coalition for Democratic Change and rival Unity Party are appealing to supporters of the 18 candidates who did not make it to the second round. The election is the first since the United Nations ended its peacekeeping mission in Liberia, and concerns about post-election violence and corruption have been raised.