Electoral Data from Kericho and Malindi by-elections

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The official campaign period for the Kericho Senatorial and Malindi Member of National Assembly by-elections scheduled for Monday, March 07, 2016 ends on Saturday, March 05, 2016 at 6pm. How prepared is the IEBC? Here is some electoral data from them Electoral data
Electoral Area Elective Position Constituencies Wards Polling Stations Registered Voters Candidates Election Officials
1. Kericho County Senator 6 30 623 290,947   6 3,214
2.   Malindi Constituency Member of National Assembly 1 5 100 55,853 7 550
Tallying Centres
No. Electoral Area Tallying Centre
1.       Malindi Constituency Barani Secondary School
Kericho County
2.      Kericho County Kericho Tea Secondary School
3.      Kipkelion East Constituency Londiani Town Hall
4.      Kipkelion West Constituency Kipkelion Town Hall
5.      Ainamoi Constituency Kericho Day Secondary School
6.      Bureti  Constituency St. Kizito Litein School
7.      Belgut Constituency Sosiot Girls Secondary School
8.      Sigowet/Soin  Constituency Moi Kipsitet Girls Secondary School
 Candidates
  Name Political Party
Member of Senate – Kericho County
1. Aaron Kipkirui Cheruiyot Jubilee Alliance Party (JAP)
2. David Kipkoech Mutai New Democrats (ND)
3. Wycliffe Kipkemoi Ngenoh Maendeleo Democratic Party (MDP)
4. Kipkorir Marisin Arap Sang Kenya African National Union (KANU)
5. Daniel Kipkorir arap Tonui The New Vision Party (NVP)
Member of National Assembly—Malindi Constituency
1. Attas Shariff Ali The Labour Party of Kenya (LPK)
2. Nelson Gunga Benjamin Federal Party of Kenya (FPK)
3. Philip Kitsao Charo Jubilee Alliance Party (JAP)
4. Peter Ponda Kadzeha Chama cha Uzalendo (CCU)
5. Katana Reuben Mwamure Kenya African Democratic Union-Asili (KADU-Asili)
6. David Mangi Kithunga Shirikisho Party of Kenya (SPK)
7. William Baraka Mtego Orange Democratic Movement (ODM)

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