Right after adding the earlier disqualified candidates back to the race, the Electoral Commission of Ghana released the official position of candidates on the ballot sheet.
Revealing the information to representatives of the various parties at the Commission’s office on Wednesday, 9th November, the New Patriotic Party's Nana Akufi-Addo picked up the 5th position and John Dramani Mahama of the National Democratic Congress picked up the third position.
The National Democratic Party (NDP) got the second position, Progressive People’s Party (PPP) fourth, Convention People’s Party (CPP) first, People’s National Convention (PNC) sixth and independent candidate, Joseph Yeboah, was handed the last and seventh position.
Here's how the ballot paper would look on election day
Presidential Balloting Order:
1. CPP – Ivor Greenstreet
2. NDP – Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings
3. NDC – John Dramani Mahama
4. PPP – Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom
5. NPP – Nana Akufo-Addo
6. PNC – Dr. Edward Mahama
7. JOY – Jacob Osei Yeboah
Parliamentary Balloting Order:
1. Great Consolidated Popular Party (GCPP)
2. Progressive People’s Party (PPP)
3. National Democratic Congress (NDC)
4. United Progressive Party (UPP)
5. New Patriotic Party (NPP)
6. National Democratic Party (NDP)
7. Independent People's Party (IPP)
8. United Front Party (UFP)
9. All People's Party (APC)
10. Reformed Patriotic Democrats (RPD)
11. Unity Systems Development Party (USDP)
12. Ghana Freedom Party (GFP)
13. Convention People's Party (CPP)
14. People's National Convention (PNC)
15. Democratic People's Party (DPP)
The ballot papers would be missing the presidential nominees of the All People’s Party (APC) Dr Hassan Ayariga, Kofi Akpaloo of Independent Progressive Party (IPP), Dr Agyenim Boateng of United Freedom Party (UFP), who have once again been disqualified by the EC from running in the presidential election.
Also the candidate of the United Progressive Party (UPP) Akwasi Addai popularly called ‘Odike’ withdrew his nomination form from the EC prior to the balloting.
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