Rafael Correa-Jorge Glas (List 35)
The current president of Ecuador is seeking for a re-election after six years of government, which was full of successes but also of scandals and allegations of corruption.
Norman Wray-Angela Mendoza (List 25)
Former members of the current regime. The Ruptura movement assures not bring to the table the same traditional left propositions.
Mauricio Rodas-Ines Manzano (List 23)
Perhaps Rodas is the newest face of Ecuadorian politics since he has lived in Mexico for a long time, however, his movement SUMA was surprisingly registered for these elections, in which it will have to deal against strong other movements.
Guillermo Lasso-Juan Carlos Solines (List 21)
With his project “Banco del Barrio” and the support of Mayor Jaime Nebot, Lasso, the choice of the right movement in this election, looks promising, despite the continued criticism from the government that supposedly he is connected with the banking abuse experienced by Ecuadorians with former President Jamil Mahuad.
Alberto Acosta-Marcia Caicedo (List 15-18)
Backed by the Union of the Plurinational Left Movements, formed by the MPD and Pachakutik, Acosta plans to return the true left thought that the ruling party supposedly had when it began governing.
Nelson Zavala-Denny Cevallos (List 10)
After the CNE prevented the candidacy of former President Abdala Bucaram, the PRE introduced an evangelical pastor as the ideal presidential choice, however, with a zero tolerance within certain groups of society in which we live, Zavala says he will return dignity to Ecuadorians.
Alvaro Noboa-Anabella Azin (List 7)
The persevering businessman Alvaro Noboa, does not give up on his desire of helping Ecuadorians against poverty, along with his wife, Annabella Azin, known for her medical and social work towards the most unfortunate.
Lucio Gutierrez-Pearl Ann Boyes (List 3)
Former president Gutierrez, who claims to have matured and learned much from the mistakes of his previous government, is also seeking for a re-election with a proposal that promotes the “Progress with security, employment and freedom”, as stated on his motto.