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Ballot papers to bear running mate photos

22 November 2012, 10:36

Nairobi - Presidential running mate photographs will feature on the ballot papers being designed for the March 4 elections.

According to Daily Nation, Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairman Ahmed Issack Hassan said on Wednesday the ballot papers would also bear the photos of gubernatorial candidates and their running mates.

Hassan said the move was aimed at making it easy for voters to make their choices.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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