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[Photos] What to do at the polling station on December 7

Thousands of Ghanaian first time voters will join other eligible voters on December 7 to elect a president and 275 parliamentarians.
3News brings to these first time voters and many others, the step-by-step process a voter will have to go through at their various polling stations on the election day to cast their ballot.

Quietly join the queue
A polling assistant will check your particulars on the name reference list.
Next, a verification officer will then verify your identity
A polling assistant then gives you the parliamentary ballot paper
You then move to the voting screen [boot] to cast your vote in secret
Drop your vote in the parliamentary ballot box
After the parliamentary vote, the polling assistant will then hand to you the presidential ballot paper.
You then return to the voting screen to cast your vote for a presidential candidate of your choice
Drop your vote in the presidential ballot box and leave the polling station
Voters should bear in mind that they will see a security officer, party agents and a presiding officer among other observers at the various polling stations. Voters are not to do anything that could disrupt the elections.
Let’s remember that Ghana belongs to us all and we must ensure that peace prevails.
By Ayerkie Narnor||Ghana

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