According to the Chairman of NEC, Jerome Korkoya, the allocation of the polling places is based on the number of registered voters.
Addressing a press conference Wednesday evening, Chairman Korkoya said each polling place is allocated for a maximum of 500 voters in keeping with the polling and counting procedures.
Meanwhile, Chairman Korkoya has projected US$1.5 million for the printing of ballot papers for the October 10, Presidential and Representative Elections.
He said the Commission has selected a company in Europe to print the ballot papers.
At the same time, Chairman Korkoya has said since the end of the nomination process, the Commission has received a total of 34 cases bordering on the Code of Conduct and other nomination related issues.
Chairman Korkoya explained that out of the 34 cases, 23 cases bordering on the Code of Conduct have been resolved based on the Supreme Court of Liberia ruling on the Harrison Kanwea of the Liberty Party versus the National Elections Commission opinion.