Uhmm, who are your candidates?
In fact, Robertson McGarrity, the Undecided Party has decided to forego the nomination of 'pre-election' candidates - which helps us save a great deal of money on nomination ballots, candidate-specific signs, and transportation during the weeks before the vote. Instead, we plan to wait and see how many seats we actually win on election night, and then choose which party members will take the available positions. (Probably draw straws, maybe a Rock, Paper, Scissors round-robin.)
The important thing for you, the voter, to remember is to not be dissuaded by the lack of a pre-printed UDP option on your ballot, and simply write in "Undecided Party" in large, clear letters.
We'll take care of the rest.