ANC’s Cummings Donates US$3,000 to Bolongoidu Mosque

first_imgThe political leader of the Alternative National Congress, (ANC) Alexander B. Cummings has made good his promise to the people of Bolongoidu, Quardu Gboni District in Lofa County.During his first county tour recently, Mr. Cummings assured the inhabitants in that Muslim community of his willingness to participate in the reconstruction of the area.For his compassion for the people, Mr. Cummings made a cash donation of US$3, 000 to complete a bigger mosque that would serve the surrounding villages in the area.Making the presentation, Mr. Cummings said he remains committed to serving the people of Liberia without any discrimination.He said his donation was an initial fulfillment, and promised to revisit the district during the dedication of the mosque.Receiving the donation, Imam Amara Kamara, Chairman of the Bolongoidu Mosque Project of Quardu Gboni, expressed appreciation for the donation and pledged their support to Mr. Cummings’ quest for the presidency in next year’s legislative and presidential elections.Imam Kamara said the people of Bolongoidu will forever remember the gesture of Mr. Cummings because he is the first political leader in recent times to visit Bolongoidu .Meanwhile, to further appreciate Mr. Cummings’ gesture, the people of Bolongoidu gowned the ANC leader and presented him with a cow to demonstrate their willingness to work with him.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Texas Sees Impressive Early Voting Turnout Before Tuesday Election

first_img Share JORGE SANHUEZA-LYON / KUTA federal district court ruled last month that two of Texas’ congressional districts violate the Voting Rights Act.This year’s 46 early voting locations in Harris County drew record turnout.And among this County’s early and mail-in ballots, the Democrats outpaced the GOP by more than 2,000 voters.Statewide numbers over 650,000 Texans voted early in the state’s ten counties with the highest number of registered voters.More than 370-thousand of those voters were Democrats and about 280-thousand were Republicans.A Texas Tribune report shows that Democratic turnout in those counties doubled over the last midterm elections in 2014. Republican turnout rose less than 15 percent.Polls open for the primaries tomorrow from 7 AM until 7 PM. That’s when voters will decide who’ll represent the Republican and Democrat parties in the November 6th general election.last_img read more