Thank you for all the edits of Ghana's election related Wikipedia articles. Wiki For Election 2012 Ghana continues post election.
We are still editing Wikipedia articles which profile politicians who competed (flag-bearers and MPs alike), political parties and the various voting constituencies as facts may change after election 2012.
Help create new articles and update existing ones on political parties, politicians and constituencies on Wikipedia. You can do this individually or during organised meetups also known as edit-a-thons.
See the article list below for existing articles you can edit or update and ones not created yet which you can start. Start by clicking a topic/link of your interest.
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This page in a nutshell: This section lists articles we are inviting all to help edit. If a link directs you to an empty page, then it means Wikipedia has no article of the topic yet and you have the liberty to start a new article there. Don't forget to create an account and sign in before making edits. That helps us track who contributed what. Need help? Email us: wikimedia-ghlists.wikimedia.org. Response is within 24 hours. For immediate assistance Send us a DM on Twitter