Updated September 2010
The elections for most constituencies took place on 29-30 October 1995, but in seven constituencies in Dar es Salaam (Ilala, Ukonga, Kinondoni, Ubungo, Kawe, Temeke and Kigamboni) the National Electoral Commission was forced to nullify the voting and fresh elections were held on 19 November 1995 (National Electoral Commission 1997, 53-60).
|Estimated eligible||11 017 429|
|Registered Voters||8 929 969|
|Total votes||6 846 681|
|Valid votes||6 512 745|
|Spoilt votes||333 936|
|% Spoilt votes||4.88|
National Electoral Commission 1997, 65, 66.
None of the candidates for the presidency or any of their vice presidential running mates were women.
If a presidential candidate is from the Mainland the running mate vice presidential candidate must be from Zanzibar and visa versa (Constitution 1977, Article 47(3)).
|Benjamin William Mkapa
Dr Omar Ali Juma
|Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM)||4 026 422||61.82|
|Augustino Lyatonga Mrema
Sultan Ahmed Sultan
|National Convention for Construction and Reform (NCCR-Mageuzi)||1 808 616||27.77|
|Prof Ibrahim Haruna Limpumba
Juma Haji Duni
|Civic United Front (CUF)||418 973||6.43|
|John Momose Cheyo
Nassor Othman Hamad
|United Democratic Party (UDP)||258 734||3.97|
|Total||6 512 745||99.99|
National Electoral Commission 1997, 40, 66.
NATIONAL ELECTORAL COMMISSION 1997 The Report of the National Electoral Commission on the 1995 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections.