The Africa Today team is travelling around Ghana's ten regions, exploring the issues on voters' minds and speaking to the candidates about what they have to offer.
Uduak Amimo's election journey begins in Keta in Volta region.
Keta is a small port town on Ghana's east coast and it's very much an opposition stronghold.
In the 2004 elections the opposition NDC party led by John Atta Mills won the Volta region comfortably polling 591,696 votes - nearly six times the number won by the governing NPP party.
Uduak took a wander around the town meeting voters and candidates to find out if people there remain in favour of the opposition.