Colombia’s National Registry announced the positions of the presidential candidates on the ballot card that Colombians will use to elect their next president, when they go to the polls at the end of May, reports El Espectador.
Poll favorites will appear last on the ballot, with Conservative Party candidate Noemi Sanin seventh, Green Party candidate Antanas Mockus eighth and Partido de la U’s Juan Manuel Santos last in the ninth place.
Alianza Social Afrocolombiana candidate Jaime Araujo appears first on the ballot, followed by Robinson Devia, candidate for La Voz de la Conciencia.
Following these nine spaces will be a place for blank votes.
The ballot will feature the party logo and photos of the Presidential Candidate and the Vice Presidential Candidate.
The candidates’ positions on the ballot were chosen randomly.