MA Presidential Primary Ballot Orders Chosen; Patrick, Weld At Top

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — The ballot orders for the parties in the 2020 Massachusetts Presidential Primary have been chosen, and the two former Massachusetts governors running in the election are listed first on their respective parties' ballots.

The ballot orders for the Democratic, Republican, Green-Rainbow, and Libertarian Parties were selected via a random, publicly-held drawing Friday. The Massachusetts Presidential Primary will be held on March 3.

There are fifteen total Democratic candidates on the ballot, and three Republicans.

Gov. Deval Patrick is at the top of the Democratic ballot, followed by Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

Gov. Bill Weld is at the top of the Republican ballot, followed by former Illinois Rep. Joe Walsh, with President Donald Trump in third.

"Unenrolled (Independent) voters will be able to choose one of these ballots," MassElections wrote on Twitter. "Party members will automatically get their own party's ballot."

You can view the complete ballot orders in the gallery above.

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