First round elections took place on 11 October 2005, with a second round run-off on 8 November 2005.
|George Manneh Weah (Congress for Democratic Change)||28.3%|
|Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf (Unity Party)||19.8%|
|Charles Walker Brumskine (Liberty)||13.9%|
|Winston A Tubman (NDPL)||9.2%|
|Harry Varney Gboto-Nambi Sherman (COTOL)||7.8%|
|Roland Chris Yarkpah Massaquoi (NPP)||4.1%|
|Joseph D Z Korto (LERP)||3.3%|
|Alhaji G V Kromah (ALCOP)||2.8%|
|Togba-Nah Tipoteh (APD)||2.3%|
|William Vacanarat Shadrach Tubman (RULP)||1.6%|
|John Sembe Morlu (UDA)||1.2%|
|Milton Nathaniel Barnes (LDP)||1.0%|
and a further 10 candidates, each receiving less than 1% of the vote.
Registered electors: 1,352,730
In the second round which took place on 8 November, George Manneh Weah received 40.6% of the vote and Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf received 59.4% and was thus elected President. Turnout was 61%.