The United States has made known its resolve to assist Ghana conduct a free and fair elections come the November 7th general elections.
The US ambassador to Ghana, Robert Jackson has thus revealed that the US is much interested in the outcome of the elections and that much resources would be attributed to the success of the general elections.
"This is a unique year for our democracies, we have November, your country will vote, 24 hours later and my country will go to the polls. In both cases, I’m confident that it will continue to the traditions of peaceful, credible election. I feel that it’s worth restating that United States’ interest is only in the credibility of the election, it’s up to the people of Ghana to decide their future and we look forward to work with the Electoral Commission, civil society to assist in supporting the next election," he stated.
The United States is also expected to head for the polls a day after Ghana's general elections - a development which is expected to have a political and economic bearing on Ghana's political development.