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Gumbo & Associates

,
Advocates,
5
th
Floor K.V.D.A Plaza,
P.O. Box 2718-30100
Eldoret
Email:gumboadvocates@yahoo.com
Murugu, Rigoro & Company,
Advocates,
YayaCourt
(Behind Yaya Centre)
P.O Box 13715-00100
Nairobi
Email:murugurigoroadv@yahoo.com
Sisule Munyi Kilonzo and Associates,
Advocates
5
th
Floor, Re-Insurance Plaza,
Taifa Road,
P.O. Box 1392 - 00606,
Nairobi
E-mail: info@thesmklawfirm.com
To Be Served Upon:
Oraro & Company,
Advocates,
ACK Garden House, Wing C,
1 st N gong Avenue,
P. O. Box 51236 - 00202
Nairobi
Kilonzo& Company,
\. ) Kay Group Center,
Ngong Road, Mucai Road,
Opposite Nairobi Baptist Church,
P. O. Box 59839 - 00200
Nairobi
REPUBLIC OF KENYA
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA AT NAIROBI
PETITION NUMBER 5 OF 2013
BETWEEN
RAILA ODINGA ............................................................................................ PETITIONER
AND
INDEPENDENT ELECTORAL AND
BOUNDARIES COMMISSION ............................................................ 1
ST
RESPONDENT
) AHMED ISAACK HASSAN ................................................................. 2ND RESPONDENT
)
UHURU KENYATTA ........................................................................... 3
RD
RESPONDENT
WILLIAM SAMOEI RUTO ................................................................. 4
TH
RESPONDENT
INDEX TO THE 1 ST AND 2ND RESPONDENTS' JOINT REPLYING AFFIDAVIT-
VOLUME II - "AIH.ll .,
ANNEXURE DOCUMENT PAGES
"AIH.ll (a)" AFFIDAVIT OF DISMAS ONO"ONDI 1 - 183
"AIH.11 (by' AFFIDA VIT OF IMMACULATE KASSAIT 184 - 211
"AIH.ll (c)" AFFIDA VIT OF ANASTACIA MUTUA 212 - 216
"AIH. 11 (d)" AFFIDAVIT OF JOYCE NAMUNY AK 217 - 225
REPUBLIC OF KENYA
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA AT NAIROBI
PETITION NUMBER 5 OF 2013
BETWEEN
RAILA ODINGA ..... . .................. . .... . .............................................. PETITIONER
AND
INDEPENDENT ELECTORAL AND
,- ) BOUNDARIES COMMISSION .................................................. 1
ST
RESPONDENT
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AHMED ISSACK HASSAN ...................................................... 2
ND
RESPONDENT
UHURU KENYATTA .... . .. .. ..... . .................. . .... . ..................... 3
RD
RESPONDENT
WILLIAM SAMOEI RUTO ............. . ........................................ .4
TH
RESPONDENT
1 ST RESPONDENTS' FIRST FURTHER AFFIDA VIT
l, DISMAS ONG'ONDI, a resident of Nairobi and of Post Office Box Number 45371 - 00100
Nairobi do hereby make oath and state as follows:
1. THAT I am the Director Information, Communication and Technology of the 1 st
Respondent, Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (hereinafter "the
Commission").
2. THAT I am fully seized of the facts herein either from personal knowledge, records of the
Commission or from the sources disclosed herein and duly authorized by the Commission,
and hence competent, to make this affidavit on matters touching on Information,
Communication and Technology (hereinafter referred to as "lCT").
3. THAT I have read and understood the Petition dated 15
th
March 2013, and filed in this
Court on 16
th
March 2013 and supporting affidavits filed in support thereof and I make this
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affidavit in response thereto on matters touching on ICT and its use by the Commission in
the 2013 General Elections. I have further been advised by the Commission's Advocates on
matters of law relating to the said pleadings and affidavits and verily believe the said advice
to be sound in law.
4. The Petitioner has alleged that the "Biometric Voter Identification", Biometric Voter
Registration and Results Transmission Systems adopted by the First Respondent in the
registration and identification of voters and the transmission of results were poorly selected,
designed and implemented and that this has affected, inter alia the turnout of voters and the
credibility of the results of the 2013 General Elections.
5. That to properly respond to the allegations in the Petition on the technology deployed and its
impact on the elections it is imperative to first give a background of what informed the use
of the said technology; describe the technologies employed and how they were deployed.
6. This approach will locate the technology in its right place in the management and conduct of
voter registration, voting and tallying process and the legitimate expectations of Kenyans
thereof.
7. That the facts as set out hereunder demonstrate that despite challenges associated with
technology encountered during the just concluded general elections the technology largely
served the purposes for which it was introduced.
The Technologies Deployed
8. The 1 st Respondent deployed three technologies in the registration of voters and compilation
of the Principal Register, the identification of voters on the voting day and the transmission
and tallying of Provisional Results.
9. That each of these technologies was intended to supplement specific processes and activities
provided for in law and overall act as a check and control on malpractices that dogged
previous elections.
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10. That the use of technology was never intended by the 1 st Respondent or indeed the people of
Kenya to be the sole means of registering voters, identifying them on voting day and
transmitting and tallying results. That I verily believe that the proper place for technology
when one looks at the totality of the constitutional and legal framework and the process and
procedures of the electoral process was as a check and control mechanism to be used
alongside a slate of other checks and controls that would ensure that the Commission
fulfilled its mandate under Article 81 of the Constitution to deliver free and fair elections.
11. That I verily believe that an objective evaluation of the entire process of how the
Commission discharged its mandate including the deployment and performance of
technology as set in the Commissions replies herein demonstrate that indeed the
Commission, notwithstanding challenges experienced discharged that mandate.
12. That in conducting the 2013 General Elections the Commission used the following
technologies;
o Biometric Voter Registration System ("BVR") used for registering voters. This
was a system that was used to register voters using biometrics; specifically the
voter's ten finger prints and face image were captured. The Biometrics was
captured using a Biometric Voter Registration kit that comprised of software, a
laptop, digital camera and device to capture fingerprints. The voter's details as
required to be captured in law were then taken and a record of the voter with
biometrics was created. The information captured was used in the compilation of
the Principal Register of Voters.
o Electronic Voter Identification System ("EVID") also known as the Poll Book
that the Petitioner calls the Biometric Voter Identification System. This was a
system that included either a hand held device or laptop and software that could
store and display information from the Biometric part of the Principal Register of
Voters. The hand held device had inbuilt ability to read finger prints while the
laptops came with a device for reading fingers prints. The EVID once loaded with
the software and data for a given polling station was used to identify those voters
who appeared on the Biometric part of the Principal Register of Voters; and
o Results Transmission System ("RTS") used for electronic transmission of
provisional results and which is more fully described in paragraphs 13 to 24
below.
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The Results Transmission System
13. That during the period June 2010 to September 2012 the First Respondent successfully
tested and implemented an Electronic Vote Tally System. This was used in about twelve
(12) constituency by-elections and the 2010 national referendum on the Constitution.
14. That as part of its mandate to manage elections and in a bid to improve the efficiency and
transparency of the electoral process the First Respondent undertook to develop an
electronic Results Transmission and visualization System ("RTS") that would be used for a
General Election that envisages multiple elections.
15. That I am informed by the Advocates for the Commissions on record, which information I
verily believe to be true, that the RTS process was undertaken under the provisions of
Section 44 of the Elections Act which provides that the Commission " . .. may use such
technology as it considers appropriate in the electoral process ... "
What is RTS and how does it work?
16. The Results Transmission System C' RTS") allows provisional results to be transmitted
electronically from each polling station to the tallying centers. These electronic results are
consolidated and reported to all Tallying Centers at the constitu.ency, county and national
level simultaneously. The system works with a GPRS-enabled mobile device that transmits
over a secure and dedicated Virtual Private Network (VPN) provided by local network
operators.
17. The transmission of results as implemented under the RTS included manually tallying of the
results at the polling station which was the source data, transmitting it and displaying it to
the public through the visualization portion of the system as described below.
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18. That I am infonned by the Advocates for the Commission on record, which infonnation I
verily believe to be true, that this was undertaken under the provisions of Section 39(2) of
the Elections Act which provides that the Commission before detennining and declaring the
final results of an election , .... may announce the provisional results of an election ... "
19. That I am infonned by the Advocates for the Commission which infonnation I verily
believe to be true that transmission, tallying and display of results done using the RTS were
not to replace the statutory duty imposed on the Commission to "detennine and declare [mal
results" under Section 39(2) of the Elections Act.
20. The RTS system was therefore a control tool to ensure the final detennination and
declaration of results was accurate and transparent.
21. The First Respondent, as mentioned above, had successfully tested and implemented an
Electronic Vote Tally System during the period June 2010 to September 2012. This
involved 12 by-elections and the 2010 national referendum. The experience gained from the
pilot test provided an opportunity to create a framework for the full implementation and
integration of the electronic results management system for the electoral process.
22. The RTS system is made up of three essential components;
o Results Transmission Component - this component has a mobile phone loaded
with an application software that captures results read from the relevant statutory
fonn (Fonn 34, 35, 36) encrypts the data and sends the same to servers at all
tallying centers at the constituency, county and national level simultaneously. The
software for this component was developed internally with the technical
assistance of International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES). Also
included in this component was tallying software at the respective tally centre
servers.
o TelecommunicationlConnectivity- this was by way of a secure Virtual Private
Network (VPN) which was provided by Safaricom Limited with additional
network coverage given by Airtel.
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o Results Presentation component - this comprised visualization application
software and display screens to enable the results to be streamed and displayed at
the tally centres (non-interactive gadget) and an interactive application to provide
the results online at httpllvote.iebc.or.ke available to the public to view results
from national up to polling station level .
Attached and marked "DO 1" is a bundle containing a concept paper, power point
presentation and training manual that describe the RTS System.
23. That once the system was developed the Commission had the testing version assessed by an
Independent Consultant who gave an assessment report. Annexed and marked "D02" is a
true copy of the said assessment report.
24. The production version was then developed which took into account the issues raised in the
assessment report.
Performance of the RTS during the 2013 General Elections
25. The Petitioner has attacked the performance of the R TS and alleged that the same failed and
that this had the effect of " ... reverting Kenya to the discredited manual system, with the
attendant risks for abuse and manipulation which in fact took place .. . "
26. The said allegation is a misunderstanding of the role of the RTS in the elections and is in
any event not borne out by the facts and figures.
27. The performance of RTS as borne out by the facts are that during the 2013 General
Elections out of a total of 31,025 polling stations the RTS transmitted results for all the six
elective positions as follows;
o 14,232 (45.9%) polling stations sent results for the Presidential election.
o 7,082 polling stations sent results for the Senators election.
o 6,892 polling stations sent results for the Governors election.
o 9,397 polling stations sent results for the Member of the National Assembly
election.
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o 7,968 polling stations sent results for the County Ward Representatives election
and
o 7428 polling stations sent results for the Women' s County Representatives
election
Attached and marked "D03" are two reports that confirm the summary of the
performance above.
28. That for all the above polling stations the results transmitted was displayed at the respective
Tallying Center and stored in the servers at the constituency, county and the national
tallying center. Attached and marked "D04" is a hard disk containing all the data that was
transmitted through the RTS.
29. That I requested Silas Njeru who works at the ICT department of the Commission to
compare using random samples of the data transmitted through RTS and the results in the
Form 34, the returns filled at the polling station and copies of which have been filed as
evidence in these proceedings by the lSI and 2
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Respondent. Annexed and marked '"DOS"
is an analysis that compares the results transmitted by RTS and Form 34s. The said analysis
found that the data transmitted tallied with the results from its respective Form 34. The only
errors that were picked up by that analysis was where a presiding officer was issued a phone
which had been configured for a different polling station in which case the system displayed
those results as coming from the polling station that the phone was configured, the notes on
the analysis identify the two instances, but the actual votes indicated for each candidate were
not affected and minor typographical errors as indicated on the analysis.
30. The analysis and the data from the RTS demonstrate that the RTS as a technology platform
worked save for the challenges described below which show that the stoppage in using the
system was not a collapse or crash of the system as alleged.
31. That further there are crucial points to note from the above;
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(a) that the RTS transmitted results from over 45% of all polling stations for the
presidential election and over 38,000 results from all the other elections in
the General Elections.
(b) The results transmitted tallied with the respective Form 34 which means that the
system was able to introduce an effective check and control on the human
factor identified as a weakness in transmission of results from previous
elections.
(c) The fact that not all results were transmitted by the system did not in any way
weaken its function as a control.
(d) The wide distribution of polling stations that reported, the fact that the results
were displayed in three different centers (constituency, county, national), that it
was stored at four different servers, that the database has an audit trail that enables
one to see all activities in the database, that over 38,000 results were reported for
the five other elections all contributed to ensuring that the system was an effective
check and control.
32. That from the above it is clear that the Petitioner has failed to appreciate the proper place of
the RTS system in the electoral management process. I am informed by the Commission's
Advocates, which information I verily believe to be sound in law, that the RTS is not an
electronic voting and tallying system intended to replace the manual counting, tallying and
declaration of results mandated by Section 39(1) of the Elections Act as read together with
Part XIII of the Elections (General) Regulations, 2012.
33. That the 2013 General Election was not an electronic election but was a manual election in
which technology was used to supplement and not supplant the manual voting, counting,
transmission and tallying.
34. That the Petitioner in averring that the 1 st Respondent abandoned the electronic system and
reverted to a manual system has failed to appreciate the processes and procedures of voting,
counting and tallying and to distinguish them from the relaying, tallying and transmission of
provisional results.
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35. That to illustrate the confusion that the Petition exhibits on the processes in the election, the
Results Transmission System was only fed with the primary data of votes as reflected in
Form 34 from the polling station. The system then aggregated the results for each
constituency, county and the national tally and displayed the same at the various tally
centers. This computation by the system is in law vested with the returning officers and the
Commission depending on the election in question. These officers would by law have to and
they did physically and manually count and tally the votes. The presiding and returning
officers also then physically transmitted the hard copies of the statutory fonns from the
polling station to the constituency, the county and the National Tallying Centre. That the
process of physical counting, tallying and ferrying the results was never intended in the
2013 General Elections to be replaced by technology.
36. That I verily believe that as a check and control the RTS, despite the challenges it
encountered, which are set out below served its purpose. A control system does not require
auditing 100% of the results, which is a requirement of the manual vote counting and
tallying. An effective control system is one that is able to randomly test from a
representative sample. In this case over 45% of the Presidential results were transmitted and
over 38,000 results from all the other elections and these were transmitted securely and
stored and displayed accurately and the database is still available as an audit tool.
Electronic Voter Identification Devices ("EVID")
3 7. That the EVID were devices, laptops or handheld devices that were loaded with software
and data of the Biometric Register (which is a part of the Principal Register of Voters) that
identified a voter using their biometrics, finger prints and photograph.
38. That the EVID was not intended to replace the identification of voters by a manual
confirmation of their names and identity card/passport at the polling station.
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39. The Principal Register of Voters comprises more than just the Biometric Register since
there are people' s biometric that could not or may not have been properly captured by the
Biometric Voter Registration kits. These people, I am verily informed by our Advocates on
record which information I verily believe to be true, are in law entitled to vote and the
Principal Register of Voters contained a section, the Register without Biometrics
(commonly referred to as the Special Register), in which their names and details are
recorded and was used for voting.
40. That in response to Paragraph 6 of the Petitioner' s affidavit, I wish to state that the
Commission did not "abandon" the process of electronic voter identification at the polling
stations, as alleged by the Petitioner. Presiding officers experienced challenges in the use of
the Electronic Voter Identification Devises (EVID) in some polling stations and therefore
used only the manual registers. The manual registers were being used throughout even
where the EVID worked properly for identification as well as a control by crossing out
persons who had voted.
41. The manual register also contained some of the biometric details of the voters, more
specifically, the passport-sized photographs of the voters.
42. The said use of the manual register had been anticipated and discussed with the political
parties during the lead up to the elections. The 1 st Respondent met regularly with political
parties in meetings convened by the Registrar of Political Parties to discuss all aspects of the
preparation of the elections and technology and the use of the Register Without Biometrics
as well the manual register are issues that featured.
43. Similarly with the RTS, the two main coalitions, Jubilee and Cord, had two ICT experts
sitting through out with the 1 st Respondents team at the national Tallying Center monitoring
the system. The Cord coalition was represented by Mr. Apollo Orengo and Mr. Fidel
Ngondi.
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44. That the avennents of the Petitioner that there was a legitimate expectation that only
electronic identification of voters would be used would mean that the over 30,000 Kenyans
on the Register without biometrics would be disenfranchised.
45. The existence of the Register without biometrics is a confinnation of the fact that
technology was not intended to replace manual systems but to provide checks and controls.
46. In further response to paragraph 6 and 7, I wish to state that the design of the electoral
system, and the processes of voting, counting, transmission, tallying and announcement of
election results, as contemplated under the Constitution, the Election Act, and attendant
regulations, is primarily a manual system of voting, which has been set up with various
safeguards to preserve the integrity of the process. The use of a Results Transmission
System ("RTS") was all along intended as a complimentary additional measure to provide a
check and control mechanism and make the electoral process more efficient, and
transparent, but not a substitution of the legally stipulated electoral processes. As a check
and control tool the RTS served its possible notwithstanding the challenges experienced as
is very aptly captured in the statistics enumerated in paragraph 27 above.
47. In response to Paragraph 9 of the Petition, I wish to reiterate my avennents above to the
extent that the Commission' s adoption of various technological systems such as the
Biometric Voter Registration CBVR) was NOT meant to replace the legally provided manual
system of voter registration, but was meant to provide an additional layer of efficiency and
integrity in the electoral processes.
48. In further response to Paragraph 9, I wish to state that the Petitioner has a mistaken
understanding of the electoral processes, system and legal framework it is anchored on and
specifically the role of technology in that scheme. As stated above, the 2013 General
Elections of 2013 were to be conducted as manual elections with various technologies
deployed to provide checks and controls.
Challenges on the technology
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49. That the EVID and Results Transmission System (RTS) experienced challenges in some of
the polling stations, the Commission communicated the said challenges to the public by way
of real-timellive television broadcasts, and also informed the public of the steps it was
taking to resolve the challenges and ensure the electoral process remained on course. (The
various media statementsfrom the Chairman and other members of the Commission have
been annexed to the Chairman's Replying Affidavitfiled in these proceedings).
50. In response to Paragraph 10, I reiterate my averments above and state that the manual
system for conducting the various electoral processes is the primary and legally recognized
mode of conducting the electoral process, and that the Constitution, electoral laws and
regulations have designed these manual processes with inherent safeguards that distinguish
them from previous electoral processes in Kenya, especially the 2007 General elections.
51. In response to Paragraph l1A, I reiterate my averments above, I further state that, with the
challenges faced in the deployment of the two primary technologies on election day- the
EVID and the RTS, the Commission maintained the use of the primary manual electoral
processes, which were not in any way challenged, and constructively engaged political
parties in the processes of voting, counting, transmission, tallying and announcement of
results. In addition, after the RTS experienced operational challenges, the Commission, at
the national Tallying Centre (Bomas of Kenya), held a consultative meeting with Chief
Political Party Agents, and agreed with them on modes of verification of presidential
election results brought to the Tallying Centre by constituency Returning Officers (ROs).
52. In response to Paragraph 11 B of the Petitioner' s affidavit, I wish to state that the legitimate
expectation of the people of Kenya is anchored in the electoral framework, which
anticipated a manual electoral process backed up by processes and procedures to enhance
credibility and transparency in the process. The First Respondent, as is demonstrated in the
replies herein, built into the process sufficient safeguards to achieve this objective. The
deployment of technology, was a part of those safeguards and despite the challenges
encountered on some aspects of technology, overall, the safeguards put in place and the
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constant and transparent involvement and engagement with all players in the process meant
that the 2013 General Elections met the legitimate expectations of Kenyans and ensured the
exercise of the rights envisaged under Article 38 of the Constitution.
53. In response to the various averments under Paragraph 12 of the Petitioner's affidavit, I wish
to state that:
(a) The Commission took all necessary steps within its powers to ensure that the
EVID and BVR system, and other technological processes, were designed and
implemented such as to deliver a more efficient electoral process.
(b) The BVR system was used to successfully register voters.
(c) The RTS system was able to achieve its objective of providing an added check
and control to the process as descried above.
(d) That the issue of procurement of the EVID was the subject of proceedings in the
fora provided for in the Constitution and law and was dealt with substantively and
conclusively by the Public Procurement and Review Board and the High Court
and I am informed by our Advocates on record that this proceedings cannot re-
open that matter.
(e) Despite the challenges faced in the deployment of various technologies such as
EVID and RTS during the electoral process, the Commission discharged its
mandate within the electoral system as contemplated by the constitutional and
legislative framework in Kenya.
54. In response to Paragraph 48 and 49 of the Petitioner' s affidavit, I wish to reiterate my
averments above that where the EVID systems failed to work the elections proceeded using
the manual register. The averment that the 1 st Respondent failed to provide BVR kits on
election day is curious since BVR kits were used for registration of voters not identification
of them on voting day where EVID where used.
55. In response to paragraphs 55, 56, 57 and 58 of the Petitioners' Affidavit, I aver that the
Petitioner has premised his allegations and assertions on a misunderstanding or mischievous
distortion of facts.
56. The Commission outsourced their call center to Kencall since Kencall is in the business of
providing such specialist services.
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57. Kencall ' s services were to receive call from persons with any queries on the electoral
process, these were services offered before and during the elections and was dealing with
questions that had absolutely nothing to do with the Results Transmission System. A call
center is a part of a customer service function where people get information on how to vote,
where to vote, what documents are needed for voting etc.
58. The Answers to questions asked are not secret or proprietary. The said servers supporting
that service was hosted out of the offices of Kencall and none of the systems used in the call
center had any interface, link or any connection whatsoever.
59. That the conspiracy theory weaved in the said paragraphs is unfortunate and cannot be a
serious allegation since the Petitioners technology experts have been shown the RTS system
and were sitting at the National Tally Centre and understand and know the difference
between a customer service call center and the secure and dedicated Virtual Private Network
that was being used for the RTS and their servers which were not linked to anyone else.
60. In response to paragraphs 61, 62, and 63 the Petitioner's affidavit, I wish to reiterate my
averments on the RTS above.
61. In response to paragraphs 64, 65, 66 and 67 of the Petitioner' s affidavit, I confirm that I did
write the memo in question. This was part of my job as the head of technology to robustly
interrogate projects, highlight risk factors and recommend actions. The memo shows that the
Commission has a structured system of working and professionals working there are free to
air their concerns for consideration.
62. The Commission was undertaking a herculean task, it had been set up mid-term and had
half the time to prepare for an election that was going to involve double (six) the elective
positions from previous elections, in the process it also had to delimit boundaries for new
constituencies and review previous, it had to register all voters a fresh and worked under a
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calendar that was constantly being moved by parliament on processes that had to be
undertaken by the Commission but without moving the election date.
63. The Commission had under the above circumstances intended to be flexible and progressive
in the implementation of technology in the management of the elections. To this end it
drafted regulations that followed the wording of the Section 44 of the Elections Act that is
stating that the Commission may use an electronic transmission system. However, when the
draft went to parliament, Regulation 82 was amended to make it mandatory to have an
electronic results transmission system.
64. That it is in the above context that my memo must be read. The commission was being
required to undertake multiple technology projects in the context of multiple electives (to
many firsts within a limited time frame).
65. That because of the position taken by parliament the Commission took the decision to
proceed and the rCT department took up the challenge and doubled its efforts to deliver on
the same. The recommendations of technical teams are not intended to kill projects but
should be seen as part of a thorough and robust interrogation of the project so as to ensure
that if a decision to proceed is made adequate mitigating actions are taken.
66. The memo when read in the context r have indicated and the outcome of the elections where
the largest number of voters and the highest turnout ever were achieved, albeit with
challenges, and the fact that by and large Kenyans and observers gave the process a thumbs
up means that the Commission delivered on a very big ask by the nation.
67. That in answer to paragraphs 68, 69 and 70 of the Petitioner' s affidavit, r wish to reiterate
my averments above on the context in which all players including our service providers
were operating. The letter raised legitimate concerns but the averment in paragraph 70 that
none of the actions identified by Safaricom were addressed is not true and the Petitioner is
not in position to depone to that fact since he is neither in the rCT department nor in the
Commission and he has not given any source for his assertion. The Commission did in fact
act on the some of the issues raised but most important is that the connectivity provided by
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Safaricom for RTS system functioned properly and the issues that affected the RTS were not
network related as I shall explain below.
68. On the letter from Safaricom the issue of coverage was addressed and Airtel contracted to
cover 10 counties and Safari com 37, technical testing was undertaken but the suggestion by
Safaricom to have full testing of all phones from all the polling stations a week before the
election was impractical (polling stations are largely public institutions that could not be
availed for testing purposes) and it was possible to carry tests without doing them the way
Safaricom wanted it done. A disaster management and recovery plan was developed and
implemented. Security of the system, environment and data was enhanced, an intrusion
detection system was included for both the system and the environment where the servers
were kept and back-up generators for power installed. That it is therefore not true that the
concerns in the Safaricom letter were not addressed and Petitioner would not be in a
position to know if they were.
69. In response to Paragraph 71 of the Petitioner' s affidavit, I wish to reiterate my averments
above and state that the RTS as explained above enhanced accountability and scrutiny of the
process. Counting and tallying of votes was required by the Elections (General) Regulations,
2012, to be conducted manually.
) 70. In further response to Paragraph 72 and 78 of the Petitioner's affidavit, I wish to state the
following on the issue of the high rejected votes reported by the RTS;
(a) The error in the rejected votes tally was caused by an error in the query that was
programmed to display the said rejected votes on the screen.
(b) The RTS servers stored the results received as a database which is designed to
receive raw data of what each candidate received in every stream and the status of
all votes cast in the polling station whether valid or rejected as was captured in
Form 34.
(c) Once in the data base one could call up the said results to be presented in different
ways e.g. , a tally of the total received in any given number of places ,percentage
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received by a given candidate in a county, or the difference in votes casts between
two candidates etc. That is a database unlike a scanned document can have the
raw data presented in different ways, the data itself does not change only the
manner of presentation.
(d) To request the data in a given form one must "query" the database. The query will
state which parts of the database the information to be presented should be picked
and how it is to be aggregated and presented.
(e) In the case in question the aggregation required was to pick all rejected votes in
each polling station and for each elective position and aggregate them nationally.
(f) Rejected votes were made up of different votes that were reported under specific
heads in the Form 34.
(g) The query was written wrongly so that it picked the figure for the rejected votes
for each station and assigned it to each presidential candidate which means the
rejected votes was aggregated and multiplied by a factor of eight. Attached and
marked DO 6 are copies of explanations for the problem with the system.
(h) That from the reports and the data the allegations by the Petitioner that the error
could have affected other results is not true since the data in a data base does not
change. Also from the data of the RTS data that we have exhibited and the
analysis carried out it is clear that the actual data was not affected.
72. In response to Paragraph 75 of the Petitioner's affidavit, I aver that the RTS as envisioned
under the Election (General) Regulations, 2012 was meant to transmit the provisional results
immediately the Presiding Officers finished the counting of votes in their respective polling
stations, and that the instantaneous display of the transmitted provisional results was meant
to ensure transparency that the Petitioner has decried in his averments to have been lacking
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in the process. Hence the broadcast of the provisional results before some polling stations
had closed polling was a situation that resulted from the operation of law.
72. In response to paragraph 82 of the petitioner's affidavit, I wish to reiterate my averments
above, in relation to the use of technological devices alongside the legally mandated manual
systems in the electoral process.
73. In response to paragraphs 92, 93 and 94 of the Petitioner' s affidavit, I wish to reiterate my
averments on the RTS above and state as follows;
(a) The RTS system commenced transmitting results properly until about 7 pm on 4th
March 2013 when the transmissions slowed down.
(b) The team monitoring the system worked hard and was able to establish that the
system was experiencing challenges as a result of capacity shortage on the server.
(c) The server as is the practice was divided into partitions as the results came the
server was immediately replicating copies of the data for back-up at the back-up
servers , this created multiple logs that soon clogged the partition which made it
difficult to transmit more results. By about Ilpm the system was rectified by
expanding the partition size.
(d) That I gave this explanation to the political parties who were in any event
represented at Bomas where the main leT team was. That it is not true as said in
paragraph 5 of the affidavit of Prof. Gumbe that I said the server had crashed. The
server worked well throughout and the only problem was the full partition which
was resolved.
(e) Unfortunately, by this time the Presiding Officers who had tried to access the
system when the server was clogged had to move from the polling station to the
constituency to transmit the final manual returns as required by law.
(f) By the time they were called to transmit data many had surrendered their phones
with the Returning Officers alongside other voting materials. There was also the
problem that by this time agents had also left.
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(g) There were also some Presiding Officers who were unable to properly logging in
onto the system.
(h) By this time the Commission had started receiving Returning Officers at the
National Tally Centre and it was agreed that priority should now be given to
conducting the tallying of the final results as opposed to the and political
(i) Cumulatively the reasons for not using the RTS system to the end is the human
factors listed above not the technology which is sound.
U) That the EVID system experienced problems as well. This was occasioned by the
fact that the kits thereof were delayed in delivery and were shipped to the field
close to the elections as a result of the said delay. Some of the Returning Officers
failed to charge the laptops and back-up batteries as was required owing to the
hectic schedule and as a result the batteries did not last for the entire day.
(k) There were numerous places where the EVID worked efficiently and throughout
the day. Even where the batteries run out the election was not compromised as
there were other checks and controls in place.
74. In response to Paragraph 96 of the Petitioner' s affidavit, I wish to reiterate my averments on
the RTS above and state that the primary responsibility is to use manual voting and tallying
and the provisional results are not factored in the determination of a result only as a control.
75. In response to paragraphs 100 and 101 of the Petitioner' s affidavit, I wish to reiterate my
averments above, regarding the proper role of the RTS.
76. In response to paragraph 104 of the Petitioner's affidavit, I wish to state that, after the
Commission IT staff had investigated and discovered the reasons for the malfunction of the
RTS, the chairman issued a public statement explaining the causes of the RTS malfunction,
and the reasons for the anomalies in the number of rejected votes as previously stated
herein.
77. THAT what is stated herein is true to my knowledge. Where I have relied on information, I
have disclosed the source of such information and I verily believe the same to be true.
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Introduction
The Commission requires an Electronic Results Transmission and visualization System
that will allow provisional results to be transmitted electronically from all polling stations
to the tallying centers. Theseelectronic results will be consolidated and reported to all
tallying centers at the constituency, county and national level simultaneously. The
system is intended to work with a GPRS-enabled enabled mobile device that transmits
over a Virtual Private Network provided by the local telecommunication network
operators.
The Commission successfully tested and implemented the Electronic Vote Tally System
during the period June 2010 to September 2012. This involved 12 by elections and a
national referendum. The experience gained from the pilot test provides an opportunity
to create a framework for the full implementation and integration of the electronic
results management system for the electoral process.
The Electronic Results Transmission System will require a reliable and efficient network
to transmit results during the general elections. Since the commission has no network
infrastructure presence in the entire country, therefore the commission will require
partnerships with mobile telecommunication providers to use their existing
infrastructure to cover all polling stations and tallying centers in the country.
The project governance shall ensure engagement of all stakeholders at all levels to
guarantee ownership, partiCipation and buy-in. The Directorate of ICT has been working
with IFES consultants to provide technical expertise to the overall solution architecture
and technical design requirements.
Objectives of Results Transmission software
1. Provide the commission with a modern automated solution for transmission and
visualization of the results.
2. Provides transparency in relaying of results to the public.
3. Provide a Fast, accurate and efficient solution for tabulation and tallying of
results.
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Results Transmission Procedure
After the counting of ballots and the completion of the official paper forms by IEBC
Presiding Officers, a mobile device will be used by each presiding officer to enter the
data from agreed and signed forms by all officials into the mobile software
application. The software application will securely transmit these provisional results over
mobile data network to IEBC servers for consolidation and visualization. Meanwhile, the
paper forms will be transported to the relevant Tally Center's for official consolidation
and reporting. The results visualization system at the Tally Center's will enable reporting
of provisional data, as well as other relevant management and status reports as
required.
The Electronic Results Transmission system shall ensurethat each polling center report
the provisional results of six (6) elections to the three (3) different Tally Center's across
the country. The mobile results transmission software will authenticate to a centralized
system that will provide a list of races and candidates.
The results shall be transmitted for all the six (6) elective post in the order below;
1. President
2. Governor
3. Senator
4. County Women Representative
5. Member of Parliament
6. County Ward Representative
Re-transmission of results by Presiding Officer
The Commissions feedback on the presentation of RTS included a request that a
Presiding Officer, on discovering that he/she had made a typing error in the data sent
via the RTS mobile application should be able to retransmit.
The Directorate of Voter registration an Electoral Operationsshall determine how this
would work. But a preliminary suggestion is to keep it simple follows:
• The Presiding Officershall be able retransmit any race, only once - that is, a
maximum of TWO transmissions of any race from a given polling station will be
permitted.
This facility will not be publicized.
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The system will provide presentation and visualization of result at all the 338 tallying
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national, county, constituency levels.
National tally center
The national tally center will have 4 screens to display all the result around the country.
1. National Results Per County - Screen One
2. Presidential Results Tally - Screen two
3. Senator Results Per County- Screen Three
4. Governor Results Per County- Screen Three
5. County Assembly Ward and Woman Rep - Screen Three
6. Member of Parliament - Screen Four
County tallying center
This center will have one screen showing the visualizationfor Presidential, Senator,
Governor, County Ward and Women Representative and Results
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Constituency tally center
This center will have one screen showing the visualization for Presidential, Senator,
Governor, County Ward and Women Representative and Results
Online election results
Map Display
Using the IEBC tools(vote.iebc.or.ke and apLiebc.or.ke) the results interface will be
interactive providing automated refresh and a filter bar to drill down to the smallest
electoral unit. The page will display as follows and more;
1. Kenyan Map with 47 Counties as highest level County Map with respective
constituencies Map layers of Country, County, Constituency and Wards
2. User interaction of electoral unit
3. The Map view should allow the user to select an electoral unit and will view
results detailed and presented in various ways.
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Proposed Timelines
Step Description Date / Deadline
l. Development of result transmission application for the
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15 December, 2012
Mobile phone
2. Development of the central system for results
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21 December, 2012
management
3. Integration of results system with nomination system
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28 December, 2012
4. Development of the web visualization component
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15 January 2013
5. Delivery and testing of servers for results transmission 18
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January 2013
6. Installation and configuration of the servers for results 21
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January 2013
transmission
7. Gazettement of Polling stations and confirmation of 24th January 2013
tally centers
8. Collection of coordinates for polling stations for Web
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25 January 2013
Visualization
9. Completion of the procurement of connectivity to the
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30 January 2013
polling centers and tallying centers.
10 Completion of inventory and procurement of additional
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4 February 2013
mobile phones for transmission
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30 January 2013
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12 Users training - TOT
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20 February 2013
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component of IESC's wider Results Management
System which consists of three components.
1. Results Transmission
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RESULTS TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
Implementation Guidelines (draft)
Version 1.2
Release date 14th February 2013
GENERAL ELECTIONS 2013
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The results system will have 3 components the transmission software, tally software and
visualization application. The transmission software will be installed in approximately
33,000 mobile phones (one for each polling station stream).
NB: Polling Center = 24,600 Polling Stations = 33,000 (after streaming).
RESULTS TRANSMISSION APPLICATION
Each presiding officer will be provided with a mobile phone for transmission. The phone
will be used for transmission of results after the forms 34 and 35 are filled for each of the
6 elective positions starting from the presidential election. Each stream in polling center
will transmits the results of the polling station. The form 34 and 35 will be signed by all
stakeholders and sent to the returning officer. The transmitted result is received by three
tallying centers, National, County and Constituency.
TALLYING SOFIWARE
The result will be received at the tallying center with a tallying application that will
receive and provide data for the visualization application. The setup of one tallying
center will require 2 computers (desktop/laptop). One computer is the mini server and
the second is client for reports access and data entry of confirmed results.
The system will have client server architecture for purpose of data entry of the final
results from the forms received from the presiding officers (Constituency Tallying Center)
and returning officers (County tallying Center)
The results will be displayed to the public on large screens inside the tallying centers.
Diag 1.0: Illustration of Results Workflow
RESULTS TRANSMISSION SYSTEM - INSTALLATION Page 2 of34
RESULTS FORM FILLED PER ELECTIVE POSITION
No. Elective Position Polling Station Constituency County National
1 Presidential Form 34 Form 36 Form 36 Form 37
2 Governor Form 35 Form 36 Form 36 N/A
3 Senator Form 35 Form 36 Form 36 N/A
4 Women Rep Form 35 Form 36 Form 36 N/A
5 National Assem Form 35 Form 36 N/A N/A
6 CAW Rep Form 35 Form 36 N/A N/A
RESULTS TRANSMISSION REQUIREMENTS
1. 338 X 2 Laptops (EVR - 2 Per Constituency)
2. 33,000 Lines and Mobile Phones
3. 337 Modems and Simcards
4. 337 Projectors and Screens (Usually we use large white sheets as screens)
5. 337 printers to be provided by HQ
CONFIGURATIONS OF NOKIA 1680 MOBILE PHONES USED IN REFERENDUM
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Go to nEC Click back twice
SETTINGS nEC Scroll down to
Scroll down to Select ,first nEC and Default configuration
Configurations SELECT Click SELECT
Scroll down to Scroll down to Personal Config
Personal Access point settings Make default
Configuration Rename to and Activate default
apn.iebc.com for all applications
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CONFIGURATIONS OF NOKIA 1680 MOBILE (UNUSED)
Go to Click options Click back twice
SETTINGS Add new name IEBC Scroll down to
Scroll down to Select Web Default configuration
Configurations Add new name IEBC Click SELECT
Scroll down to Select Access point Personal Config
Personal Access point settings Make default
Configuration Packet data access pnt and Activate default
name to apn.iebc.com for all applications
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CONFIGURATIONS OF NOKIA 111 MOBILE
I
Go to Click back twice
SETTINGS Scroll down to
Scroll down to Default configuration
Configurations Click SELECT
Scroll down to Personal Config
Personal Make default
Configuration and Activate default for
all applications
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DOWNLOADING OF MOBILE PHONE APPLICATION (NOKIA 1680)
J
Menu Go to Loading ...... Go to Applications
WEB WEB Click Option
Clear cache Downloads Scroll down to add
Then click Application folder
Go to address Login and test and Name the folder
Type: Exit Application Results
http://ip-given:8080 Go to Menu Scroll up to
Applications Games
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Go to Games
Go to Results To re-install the
Scroll and
SelectERT software
Highlight ERT
Login to confirm Go to Results
Click on option
the system is Select ERT and
Select
working click delete and
Move
Results re-download or
Select folder
click option and
Results
select update
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PSCode
ASSIGNING MOBILE PHONE TO STATIONS
The mobile phone will be clearly labeled with the polling station code at the back of the
phone as shown below. This is to ensure that the correct phone is issued to the correct
presiding officer
Polling Station SNNumber Officer Name Mobile No (P.O) Date IDNo Signature
These are the minimum details to be captured. Keep the record of all the mobile number
for you to support the team on the ground and provide the number so the call center
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ELECTOEAL AND IOARlES COMML3S10l
USER MANUAL - STEP BY STEP
RESULTS TRANSMISSION MOBILE APPLICA nON
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AS THE USERNAME e.g
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President President
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ENTER DISPUTED VOTES ENTER REJECTED VOTES BNSURE THAT YOU ARE REVrnW THE RESULT CONFIRM SENDING OF
FOLLOWED BY CERTAIN BEFORE BY SCROLLING DOWN RESULTS BY CLICKINC
OBJECTION TO CLICKING ON SEND. IF
THEN CLICK ON MENU SEND
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SEND OR SA VB IF YOU
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Sending Resull!ol

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WAlT FOR RESULT TO CONFIRM RESULTS HAS ENSURE ALL CONTEST EXIT TIlE SYSTEM SWITCH OFF
BE SENT BEEN SENT HAVECREEN BUTTON AFTER YOU HAVE SENT
THAT INDICATES THE ALL TIlE 6 ELECTIVE
RESULTS HAS BEEN SENT POSmONS
STEP 3 TO STEP 13 MUST BE COMPLETED FOR ALL THE 6 ELECTIONS
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TIPS FOR THE MOBILE APPLICATION
CONFIGURATION TIPS
SAFARICOM
Scroll to the How to update
DIAL
application and
*169#1#
Scroll to the
application and
select ERT options
and select App
access> select ERT options
TOGETAPN
Communication> and select Update
SETTINGS
network access> version
Ask first time only
NOERT? NO
CANT LOGIN?
If the ERT is not CONNECTION?
On the login screen
located at Go to Settings»
You will click on the
Applications » Configuration
Menu and select
Results Check under Check under Access
Regenerate from
Applications » point IEBC must be
the options provided.
Games the default not
If problem persist
Safaricom or Airtel
contact your RICT
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TRANSMISSION TIPS
SAVE RESULTS SAVE
WITH NO CANDIDATES
NETWORK? WITH NO
ERT allows you to NETWORK?
save the results ERT allows you to save
entered Just click on the candidates entered lust
Review and Then
click on Review and then
menu and select save menu and select save
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TALLYING CENTER APPLICATION INSTALLATION
1. Installation of Xammp and Upload of Database
Locate and double click on the installers as indicated below
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L..J dev_appserier. datastore
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xampp-win32-1.8.1-VC9-in..<tall er.e.xe 1/ 7 .. 20L 3:12 ::'. "Iicaticn
a) A popup screen will appear and click on 'YES' (optional- may not
appear)
b) Choose Language English on the second pup screen
c) Click on 'YES' for User Account Control (optional- may not
appear)
d) Click on 'NO'
XAMPP 1.8.1 win32 [,_----.JJ
-'1arni ng: XAMPP (PHP) cannot work yvithout the r..,licrcsoft Visua l C++ 2008
Redistributable Package. Now open the rvli crosoft page for this dO'wnload?
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e) Click on NEXT twice and select all defaults start installation
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XAMPP 1.8.1 win32 l =l 1 J
Installing

Please wait ',",'hil e XAMPP 1.8.1 is being installed.
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Extract: have_csv _basic. test
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to view the control panel
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Ensure you click on the X before 'MYSQL' then click START for
both Apache and Mysql. Your panel should look EXACTLY as the
diagram above when you have completed. Your will be required to
allow access to the apache service.
g) Open your preferred web browser as below
Mozill a Firefox
I'£. -, Internet Explorer

h) Enter the urI as follows and press enter
http://localho5t;1
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i) You will see the following page below
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Welcome to XAMPP for Windows!
Congratulations:
You have successfully installed XAMPP on this system!
++++ ++++ A great thank you t o hackattack142 for this new fine Control Panel! ++++ ++++
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(Recent tables) ...
cdcol
information_schema
mysql
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.' phpmyadmin
test
webauth
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k) Create new database by typing the word results (do not add any
character or type different name) exactly as indicated below
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phpMyAdmin
Databases J::: " SOL ., Status :'. Users Export Et Import ./"
: (Recent tables) ...
cdcol
information_schema
mysql
performance_schema
phpmyadmin
test
webauth
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o Create database
: nominati onl i Coll ati on
Database _
o cd col
• - Check Privileges
infor ati on_schen,a ,, - Check Privileges
I I VS(l1 • - Check PrivileQes
1) The new database should appear on the left side as shown below
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infor I ation schema
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m) Click on results to open the page below to import your database.
Click on the import button
n) Click on the browse button illustrated below to import the file
provided named 'results.sql'as shown below
php, yAdmin
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Make sure you select the file as indicated above and click on open
Copy folder results to c:/xampp/htdocs and open http://localhost/results
Login with for training will be uname: admin and pw: admin
2. Installation for Team viewer
a) Open the folder Teamviewer and click on 'TeamViewecSetup' to
launch the application.
b) A screen as shown below will open click on "Next"
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{3 TeamViewer g Setup I = !
1 Welcome to TeamViewe.-
Remote support, access to O'Nn computer, meetings, presentations
Choose if you want to remote access this computer later.
' 0 Install TeamVie'io!er will be installed on this computer.
, Run is executed without installation.
This does not require administrative privileges.
L.. Show advanced settings 8. 0.16642
Next> I I Cancel
c) Click on 'YES' and the screen below will open and choose
"personalj non-commercial use" then click on next
... T earnV'iewer 8 Setup
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EnYironment
Ho',,", do 'Iou want to use TeamVie·fo.·er?
Ho'iI' do you want to use TeamVie·fo.·er:
'QI personal I non-commercial use
company I commercial use .
, both of the above
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Next> 1 I Cancel
d) Check the two checkboxes as indicated below and click on "NEXT"
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... Tea m\fie'l'ier 8 1, = 1
license flgeement
Please revie'i'.' the license terms before installing TeamVie'loi er 8,
Press Page DO','0,'11 to see the rest of the agreement.
TEAMVIEI.'VER:8) ENO-USER LICENSE AGREElvlENT
PLEASE CAREFULLY REVlEV,/ THE FOLLOWING TERfvlS AND CONDmONS OF THIS 8110
USER LICENSE ("EULA') . This EULA is a legal agreement beui'I'een you and
TeamVie'Ner GmbH ('IEAI''1\fIEWERj for the licensing and use of the TeamVie'll' er
sofitNare, 'fo.' hich indudes TeamVie'll'er, Touch, TeamViewer I
v
lanager,
Team"iie'fo.'er I
v
lanagement Consol e, TeamViewer Portable, TeamViewer I-l SI Package,
Teamliie't'.'er for iPhone® and Android':8), computer sofitNare and applications
If you accept the terms of the agreement, click Next to continue. You must accept the
agreement to install TeamVie'Ner 8.
[{] I accept the terms of the License Agreement
0 ! agree that! 'Nil! only use TeamViewer for non-commercial and private use
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Next> I I Cancel
e) Select 'YES' and click next as shown below
9 TeamViewer 8 Setup
OJoose installation type
Select if you want to access this computer later.
Do you later 'Nant to remote access the computer you are installing TeamVie'ller on at the
moment?
'" No (default)
Outgoing and incoming connections ITom and to this computer are possible. For incoming
connections you need to start TeamViewer and tell your partner the random pass'Nord (it
changes 'I','ith ever! start ofTeamVie'Ner) .

After installation a wizard 'A'ill help you to setup TeamViewer so that you can access it
anytime ITom anywhere. You'lI set a personal password and this computer will be available
with Teaml,j ewer even before windows logon.
Nore: You can change this setting later at any time.
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<Back
f) Configure to access for the computer through Teamviewer
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.. Unattended access·
Setup unattended access
This wizard helps you to setup TeamViewer so that you
can access this computer anytime without being
physically there,
Note: This wizard is optional, You can abort it
INhenever you want and open it later in via the menu
' Connection" - ' Setup unattended access",
>_ ...JI I Cancel
g) Enter access credential below and save your password in safe place
9 IJl'lattendec access - Step 1 of 2
Define personal password
Set a name and a personal pass'Nord fur this computer,
computer name
Password •••••••••
Confirm pass'Nord
•••••••••
< Back It Next> I I Cancel I I
This password will be used by the IEBe to provide technical support
remotely and is clearly described in the Technical Support Manual.
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h) Finish the installation and sleet the option indicated below and note
down the ID for your computer. The ID Must be provided for Remote
Technical Support
EI Unattended access - Step 2 of 2
e Unattended access
Add this computer to Computers & Contacts
if you have a TeamViewer account you can add this computer to
the list of your computers. In your computer list you will see if
this computer is online and connect to it directly.
, I 'i,'ant to create a TeamViewer account
, : ' I already have a TeamViewer account
,?" I don' t want to create a TeamViewer account nO'i'.'
< Back II Next > I I Cancel
Completing the wizard
Use the TeamViewer ID of this computer and your
personal password to connect to this computer .
ID 375 406764
3. Installation for Python
Click on the python installer and follow the steps below
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pljthon
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windo'vV5
Select whether to install Python 2.7.3
for all users of this computer.
~ , Install for all users
. Install just for me (not available on ',Vindows Vista)
1. 1
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_ •. ~ : : > : .. J Next > ) I cancel I
~ Python 2.7.3 Set up
Select Dest i nation Directory .
Please select a directorf for t he Python 2.7.3 flies.
& Python27
_ .. _ .. --- . - ~ ~ ~
pyth )n
f( If
windows
!C:\ Python27\
8;;(' . [ Next > Cancel
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ilil Python 2.7.3 Setup
python
f, r
windows
Customize Pyt hon 2.7.3
Select t he way you ,',rant f e3t ures t o be installed.
Click on t he icons in t he t ree below t o ch3nge t he
':,ray features 'Nill be install ed.
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Python Int erpret er 3nd Libraries
This fe<l t ure requires 22r"IB on your h<lrd drive. It
h3s 5 of 5 subfeat ures selected. The subfeat ures
require 2%18 on your h3rd drj'.'e.
I Disk USilge I I Adv<l nced 1 [ < B<lck ]I Next > I cancel
:IS1' Python 2.7.3 Set up
Install Python 2.7.3
Ple<lse 1/,rait INhile t he Installer installs P'It hon 2.7.3. This may t3ke
several minutes.
Stat us:
<. Back
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pLJthon
rt ,r
vvindows
Complete the Python 2.7. 3 Installer
Special 'vVindO'.\' s t hanks t o:
r'1ark Hammond, , ... ithout INhose years of
shared WindolNs expertise, Python for Windo'Ns
would still be Python for DOS.
Click the Finish button t o exit t he Installer.
<" ' ,( Rnish Ca r cel
4. Installation for JDK
Click on Jdk-7u13 and follow the steps below
I Java Sf Development Ki t 7 Updat e 13 - Setup
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Welcome to the Installation Wizard for Java SE Development lOt 7 Update 13
This wizard will gUide 'IOU through the installation process fur the Java SE Development
Kit 7 Update 13.
The JavaFX SDK is now included as part of the JDK.
Next> I I Cancel
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:@ Java Sf Development Kit 7 Upda'e 13 - Custom Set p
Select optional features to install from the list be/OIN. You can change your choice of features after
installation by using the Add/Remove Programs utility in the Control Panel
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, ......... B T Public JRE
Install to:
C: \program Files\3ava\jdkl.7.0_13\
Feature Description
Java SE Development Kit 7
Update 13, induding the JavaFX
SDK, a private JRE and a private
JavaFX runtime. This will require
30or>16 on your hard drive.
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Install to:
C: \program Files \Java ',j re 7\
Change, ..
Cancel Next>
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ill! Java SI: Development I(It 7 Update 13 - Complete
J ava Sf Oeve/opmentJ(It 7 Update 13 Successfully Installed
Register Java for FREE and get:
- Notification of ne';..' versions, patches, and updates
- Special ofrers on Orade products, services and training
- Access to early releases and documentation
When installation is complete, product and system data will be collected and the JDK
product registration form ''''ill be presented. If you do not register, this information will
not be saved.
I' lore Information I
Close
5. Installation for Google App Engine (Configuration Required)
Click on GoogleAppEngine and follow the steps below
AFP Engine
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Preparing to insre ...
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illl Google App Engine Setup _____________
Wel come to the Google App Engine
Setup Wizard
The SebJp V'/ izard will install Google App Engine on your
computer. Click Next to continue or Cancel to exi t the SebJp
I'i izard.
Pyihon 2.5 found.
All pre-requisites found.
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II Next Cancel
illl Google App Engine Setup
End-User license Agreement
Please read the following license agreemen t carefully
Li. ce!:..3ed r..mde:::- t n E: Apach e Lice!lse, Version 2. 0 (th e
"License" ) ;
not U.3e file except i.n c omplian ce !.li t b
t a e Lice:15e.
You may ob tain a c op y of t h e License at
n et>::; //T! I"!T'.'T. apacc e. orq/licenses/LICENSE-2. 0
un _ess req." red b y ap p_icable la,-; or agreed to i::l
':-l=i. t ing., softi.·;a.=e
di atributed t a e Licen se is distributed on an
[ZJ I acceptihe terms in the License Agreement
Print Back Cancel
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Destination Folder
clid, Next to ins!;;11 to the defcult folder or click Change to choose another
Install Google App Engine to:
C: ',program Files\Googlelgoogle_appengine\
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[ { I Create Desktop shortcut
:71 Add product pa th to user PA 1H
Back Next
Google App Engine Setup
Ready t o install Google App Engine
Click Ins!;;11 to begin the ins!;;IIation. Click Back to revie'N or change any of your
ins!;;IIation settings. Click Cancel to exit the 'Nizard.
Back r"il Install
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Ready to install Google App Engine
Click Install to begin the installation. Click Back to review or change any of your
installation settings. Click Cancel to exit the wizard.
Back II 'fl,IInstall I Cancel
@ Google App Engine Setup
Installing Google App Engine
Please ·;·.'ait liI'hile the Setup V'/izard installs Google App Engine.
Status: Validating install
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Author(s): NEXT Technologies
Date: 18/February/2013.
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Project and Deliverable Information Sheet
Kenya Election Project No.
Results Transmission Project Title:
System.
Type of deliverable: Assessment Report.
Dates: Contractual Date delivery:
18/February/2013
Actual Date Delivery:
18/February/2013
Document Control Sheet
Document Title: Final assessment report of the Results
Transmission System (RTS).
Version: 0.7 I Status: Final
Authorship NEXT Technologies
Document Status Sheet
Version Date Status Comments
0.7 18/02/2013 Final
0.6 17/02/2013 Draft
0.5 16/02/2013 Draft Updated following observation of Training on
15/02/2013 and a visit to IEBC HQ on
16/02/2013 for an assessment.
0.4 14/02/2013 Draft
0.3 13/02/2013 Draft Internal review of document.
0.2 13/02/2013 Draft
0.1 12/02/2013 Draft
Table of Contents
Executive Summary ................................................................................................................................. 4
Introduction ....................................................................................................................... ................. 4
Objective ............................................................................................................................................. 4
Scope ......................................................................................................... .......... ............ .................... 4
Assessment background ..................................................................................................................... 4
Limitations .......................................................................................................................................... 4
Target audience .................................................................................................................................. 4
1. Assessment .. ................................................................. ............. ..................................................... 5
1.1 Assessment Methodology ....................................................................................................... 5
1.2 Assessment Findings ............................................................................................................... 7
1.2.1 Infrastructure .................................................................................................................. 7
1.2.2 Results Transmission System (RTS) ............................................................................... 12
1.2.3 Push Service .................................................................................................................. 15
1.2.4 Google's Results Publication System (RPS) ................................................................... 15
1.3 Criteria used in assessment .................................................................................................. 15
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2. Recommendations ......................................................................................... .. ............................. 16
2.1 Infrastructure ........................................................................................................................ 16
2.2 Results Transmission System (RTS) mobile application module ........................................... 17
2.3 RTS query module ................................................................................................................. 17
2.4 Push Service .......... .. .... ......................................... ................................................................. 17
2.5 Confirmed results transmission ............................................................................................ 18
3. Concerns ....................................................................................................................................... 18
4. Conclusion ..................................................................................................................................... 18
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Executive Summary
Introduction
The planned use of the Results Transmission System (RTS) during the March 4th 2013
General Elections in Kenya is geared towards strengthening the electoral process by
increasing confidence in the integrity, accuracy and timely dissemination of provisional
election results.
IEBC is expected to use RTS to send provisional election results from the polling stations to
the constituency office, county office and the National tallying office. The expected
efficiency and effectiveness gains anticipated from the use of RTS are aimed at lowering the
risks of election results alteration as they are physically delivered to the constituency, county
and National tallying offices through the different hard copy legal forms. RTS allows for entry
of results input through an application downloaded to a mobile phone, encrypting the data
and sending it through a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to the three tallying offices.
Objective
The aim ofthis assessment is to
1. Analyze, identify and make recommendations on remedying any infrastructural
inadequacies and necessary modifications to the Results Transmission System (RTS).
Scope
The scope ofthe assessment carried out by NEXT Technologies will cover the analysis ofthe
infrastructure necessary for the transmission and publication of results and identification of
gaps in the current RTS Mobile application module and the RTS Query Module.
It will also make recommendations on remedying of any infrastructure inadequacies found
and necessary modifications to the RTS.
Assessment background
This assignment seeks to provide IEBC with a consultancy service aimed at ensuring that the
Results Transmission System and its supporting modules meet the requirements of the
electoral process. The assessment will compliment IFES and IESC's quality assurance efforts
by assessing the infrastructure necessary for transmission and publication of results,
identifying any gaps in the current Results Transmission System and developing test plans
for all system components.
Limitations
The assessment was carried out on the Testing version of the software which is expected to
be upgraded and replaced with a production version for use during the general elections.
Target audience
The expected target audience for the assessment report are the IESC and IFES.
1. Assessment
1.1 Assessment Methodology
The methodology used to assess the RTS consisted of various approaches detailed as
follows;
a. Project kick off meeting
The assessment project kick off meeting was held on 11/February/2013 at the IEBC Head
Quarters at Anniversary Towers in Nairobi, Kenya. This was attended by IEBC
representatives, IFES representatives and the contractor team consisting of NEXT
Technologies.
The meeting served as an introduction opportunity for the various stakeholders involved in
the assessment assignment and as a high level clarification ofthe scope ofthe assignment.
b. System demonstration
A system demo was presented by IEBC staff to the assessment team from NEXT
Technologies on 12/February/2013 at the IEBC Head Quarters. This covered the following;
a. Setting up (downloading) the RTS system on to the mobile phones
b. Logging in on to the RTS application
c. Mock sending of results
d. Querying results on the Elections Results System.
e. Illustration of the data flow process of sending results from the mobile phone too the
three tallying centres (National, County and Constituency).
c. Background documentation
The assessment team had the chance to review the following documents;
a. Request for Proposal
b. RTS and Visualization Test Checklist
c. IFES Deliverables document
d. Summary Training Manual
e. Attachment A: Summary of the Scope of Work
d. Face to face interview
Through a series of one-to-one interviews, the assessment team was able to pose questions
and receive feedback from IEBC representatives; Steve Ikileng and Silas Njeru who were
overseeing the support of the system.
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e. Usability walkthrough of the system
The assessment team carried out a usability walkthrough of the system on 13/ February/
2013 at the IEBC Head Quarters under the following environment:
a. Dell Latitude E5500
Windows 7 Ultimate, 64-bit operating System, Intel (R) Core (TM)2 Duo CPU P8400 @
2.26GHz 2.27GHz, 4 GB RAM, Hard Disk 149 GB.
b. Safaricom modem
c. Nokia 1680 Classic handset.
d. Results Transmission System (RTS)
The assessment team could not independently ascertain the version of the RTS which
was referred to as the 'Testing version' .
e. Elections Results System module
The assessment was conducted on an Elections Results System with the following
features:
i. Company
ii. Setup
DB Backup
iii. Users
Group Rights
System Users
iv. IP Assignment
User Assignment
NationallP
County IP
Constituency IP
v. Received Results
National Results
Presidential
County Gorvenor (spelling mistake on the interface)
Senate Rep
Women Rep
National Assembly
CAW Rep
vi. Reports
Candidate Results
Party Results
Provisional Results
f. phpMyAdmin
Version 3.5.2.2
The assessment team was of the opinion that phpMyAdmin was a good choice being one
of the leading third party tools used to administer and manage a largely open source
based deployment solution such as the one for the Kenya Elections Transmission System
consisting of Apache server\MySQL\PHP components.
g. Database management system
The Elections Results System runs on a MySQL version S.5.27 -MySQL Community Server
(GPL) database management system.
The database management system Le., MySQL is good choice given its small footprint
evidenced by use of fewer hardware resources, fast response times, open standards and
free licensing model.
The assessment raised a concern on the lack of a password for the MySQL root account
but we were assured that the root account will be disabled on the production system
and an alternative and secured account provided which sufficiently addresses the
database security requirement.
At the time of the assessment, the database statistics had not been enabled. It would be
advisable for this feature to be enabled while taking into consideration their potential
impact on the entire system performance.
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Database API
f. Assessment criteria
The assessment was restricted to the functionality ofthe Results Transmission System.
g. Summary of assessment methods used
1) Project kick off meeting
2) System demonstration
3) Background documentation
4) Face to face interview
S) Usability walkthrough ofthe system
6) Observation during training of Regional IT Support staff
1.2 Assessment Findings
1.2.1 Infrastructure
An infrastructure assessment was carried out on the following components; Power,
Mobile Network, Mobile Phones and Servers.
POWER
a. Backup solution
The backup power solutions in place at the IEBC Head Office, Bomas of Kenya and
the Disaster Recovery (DR) site include a generator and UPS at all the three sites.
Moreover, each ofthe servers that will be set up will have UPS dedicated to it.
b. Power Backup Rating
Each ofthe servers that are going to be set up at all the three locations will have a
3KVA UPS attached, in addition to the pre-existing UPS and generator power
backups that will be in place.
c. Redundancy of the power supply sources
With three sources of power at the respective sites, that is the 3 KVA UPS connected
to each server, the main UPS providing power to the site and the power generator,
there is enough backup power to support the operation of the servers for the
duration of the vote tallying exercise
NETWORK PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
1. Data bundles for each of the phones and modems at tallying centers
Each of the phones has been allocated a data bundle of 100Mb by the service
providers. This is for both Airtel and Safaricom lines that will be used for the
exercise.This is sufficient for the operation of the mobile phones for sending of results.
Each of the data modems that have been allocated to the tallying centers has been
allocated a 1GB data bundle which is not sufficient.
2. Bandwidth allocation for each of the phones on the network
Each phone running on the mobile network has a dedicated bandwidth allocation of
2S0kb. The assessment team is of the view that this allocation by the service provider
is sufficient and allows for the application to run as expected and without any
transmission delays.
3. Functional network requirements for the mobile application
Once the mobile application is installed on the mobile phone and the user logs into the
system, Skb is used to send the names of each of the candidates to the database, thus
with six candidates that need to be voted for, a total of 30kb is needed for a single
transaction. The bandwidth allocated by the service provider is sufficient for this
requirement.
4. Access Point Network (AP) settings for the phones
The APN settings on the phones are automatically downloaded from the service
provider networks by issuing the short code * 169#1# from the mobile phone for
Safaricom lines, with a short code from Airtel yet to be provided. This is a one-off
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configuration that is done prior to deployment. Only the numbers that are configured
by the service provider for the IEBC can connect to this APN. The APN settings for from
both service providers can also be configured manually.
5. Connectivity to the sites
a) Head Office
The head office is connected by a 5Mb link from Access Kenya and a 20 MB
Safaricom Wide Area Network (WAN) link.
b) Bomas Of Kenya
Bomas of Kenya is linked to the head office by a 20Mb Safaricom link that is part of
the IEBC WAN.
c) Disaster Recovery (DR)Site
The DR site is linked to the head office by a 50 Mb link that is provided by
Safaricom.
The link capacities that have been provided by the service providers are of a high
capacity and can handle high data volumes traversing them without delays or
congestion. The sites also have a redundant links from Access Kenya with the
bandwidth capacities details yet to be availed by the IEBC.
MOBILE NETWORKS
The mobile service providers are Safaricom and Airtel. The APNs created by both service
providers are downloaded to the phone by keying in the code *169#1# from Safaricom lines
and from Airtel, via a code that will be provided by the provider. At the backend, both Airtel
and Safaricom VPNs to the mobile phones send data to each service provider's router and
then linked to a common router which has a connection to the servers hosting the
application and the database at Bomas.
MOBILE PHONES
The mobile phone model that has been deployed to run the vote tallying application is the
Nokia 1680 classic. The phone runs on 2G networks and can handle the required speeds for
data transmission and the running ofthe application.
From the assessment carried out IEBC staff revealed that there are plans to additionally
deploy Nokia 111 which IEBC stated has the same specifications to Nokia 1680 but was not
available for the team to assess.
a. User Experience
The experience when downloading the application up until running the application was fairly
easy to use. The interface from a user's perception was fairly straight forward and easy to
use.
b. Availability
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The application availability for the duration of the interaction with the Results Transmission
Systems (RTS) was 100%. Every attempt to launch the application via the mobile network
was successful.
c. Security
The mobile phone access to the private APN is via manual configuration ofthe
APN in the APN settings on the phone, as well as automatic configuration by dialing the
code proVided by the service providers. Once configured the mobile phone is on the
same network as the IEBC server where the application is hosted. The current setup
provides security by:
a) Prompting for a username and password on the RTS to enable the loading ofthe
candidate information and enabling the user to send the data.
b) Encryption of the data as its transmitted over the service provider's network.
c) VPN connectivity.
d. Back up phones and batteries
IEBC assured the assessment team that spare phone batteries would be on standby and
that arrangements have been made with mobile phone dealers to stock back up phones
in different regions on the election day in case ofthe need to replace any ofthe
handsets.
SERVERS
The server hardware specifications are as follows;
a) BOMAS: HP Proliant DL580 server
FEATURES SPECIFICATIONS
Processor 3.0 GHZ, 8 CORES, 4 PROCESSORS 15MB
Installed RAM 128GB EXPANDABLE TO 384GB
RAM Technology DDR3, RDlMM LRDIMM, 24 DIMM
Hard Drive 2 TB
Controller SMART ARRAY
DVDType DVDRW
Keyboard/Mouse USB AND SERIAL
Storage 8 DRIVE BAYS SAS/SATA/SSD
Expandability
Hard Drive bays 24 SFF or 18 LFF
2X PCIE 3.0 SLOTS FOR X16 FULL-HEIGHT, HALF-LENGTH
Expansion Slots AND X8 LOW PROFILE OPTION CARDS
Networking Type ETH/NIC
Data link protocol 10GB 331FLR ETHERNET ADAPTER 4 PORTS
Input Power/Watts REDUNDANT POWER (2) UK
Fully configured 2U WITH RACK MOUNT CAPABILITY
Parts/Labour/Onsite 3/3/3
b) HEAD OFFICE AND DISASTER RECOVERY SITE: HP Proliant DL980 servers
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Processor 3.0 GHZ, 8 CORES, 4 PROCESSORS 15MB
Installed RAM 128GB EXPANDABLE TO 2TB
RAM Technology DDR3, RDIMM/LRDIMM, 64 DIMM Slots
Hard Drive 1 TB
Controller SMART ARRAY
DVDType DVDRW
Keyboard/Mouse USB AND SERIAL
Storage Expandability 8 DRIVE BAYS SAS/SATA/SSD
Hard Drive bays 8 SFF or LFF
Expansion Slots 2X PClE 3.0 SLOTS FOR X16 FULL-HEIGHT, HALF-
LENGTH AND X8 LOW PROFILE OPTION CARDS Dual
Port HBA Card
Networking Type ETH/NIC
Network Controller 1GB 331FLR ETHERNET ADAPTER 4 PORTS
10GB 530FLR-SFP+ ETHERNET ADAPTER 2 PORTS
Input Power/Watts UK
Fully configured 8U
EMC Clarion 4 4 PIECES (lTB EACH) FC CHANNEL
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1.2.2 Results Transmission System (RTS).
RTS consist of the following modules: RTS Mobile application module, the RTS Query module
and Confirmed Results Transmission module.
The assessment of the RTS was performed to identify any gaps on the current version of the
system running at IEBC and make recommendations deemed necessary.
Other components of the RTS include; mobile phones, laptops, servers and a Virtual Private
Network over the mobile service provider's networks. The mobile phones downloads
candidate data, registered voters of specific polJing station and unique phone identification
information (IP) through a process called securing and generates a unique GUID which the
provisioning server uses to link the mobile phone to a specific polling station over the Virtual
Private Network (VPN) network.
Using the mobile phone the Presiding Officers key in the results for their respective polling
station which is transmitted over the VPN to three destinations; the respective constituency
office, county office and the national tallying office. The Constituency office, County office
and National tallying centres are identified on the database by unique identification
information (IP's), while polling stations are associated with one constituency, one county
office and the National tallying centre. The results sent over the VPN are encrypted for
security purposes. RTS uses Glassfish, an open source based application server used for
mobile applications lying at the server level that is activated to listen for any incoming traffic
(results). Glassfish has an embedded code that decrypts the encrypted data on receiving it
and inserts it to the MySQL database directly. Using the backend querying module, Le. RTS
query module, you can query and drill down on results.
The Confirmed Results Transmission module is used to enter and transmit confirmed results
by the Returning Officer at Constituency level.
The assessment team was of the view that the RTS used for the analysis was fairly stable
given that most of the modules will be used as they are.
a. User experience
Different user experiences are catered for based on end user roles; Mobile application
users and query module users.
The assessment team expects that RTS users will be able to access the system, enter
results and submit to the expected destination. This should be done with ease and very
little difficulty if any to ensure timely delivery of the provisional results. This is also
meant to ensure that there is a single point of entry of the results to limit or reduce the
margin of error.
From informal interviews with the users, the assessment was able to establish that the
RTS and its various modules provides ease of access, a single point of data entry and
initial walkthroughs and demonstration of the system indicate RTS meets these
requirements. It is the view of the assessment team that RTS will be a powerful tool that
will contribute towards ensuring the IEBC is able to transmit provisional results from
close by areas and geographically dispersed polling stations as they await the confirmed
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results to be hand delivered to the constituency offices and eventually to the National
tallying office.
The assessment gauged the RTS and its components to be user friendly, easy to learn
and use which makes it more desirable to the users. The RTS is designed with clear
guidelines on the tasks that the user can carry out from screen to screen and has the
capability to move forward with entries and tasks or backwards to review previous
entries.
In contrast, the RTS Query module seems at first glance more complex to setup as it runs
different components which are all essential for the system but once it has been set up
it is fairly easy to use with a simple interface where results can be queried.
b. Availability
The assessment team expected the RTS to perform without any interruptions affecting
the transactions taking place.
An IEBC member of staff took the assessment team through a demo on the use of the
RTS mobile application as a polling station agent and the RTS Query module using the
role of an administrator. Initial testing by the assessment team was carried out in a
limited environment that was not over stretched and revealed that there was no denial
of service at any point and that access to the RTS and the various modules run smoothly.
The user(s) from the assessment team were able to navigate through the screens, follow
prompts e.g. allowing network access to the application on the RTS and sending results,
carrying out most of the tasks on the RTS Query module e.g. opening the reports and
viewing user profiles and rights. It is the opinion of the assessment team that in terms of
availability, both the RTS Mobile and the RTS query module functioned as expected but
noted that the spoilt votes were not being displayed.
The assessment team was not able to assess the database backup and replication
provisions but subject to interviews with IEBC staff it was confirmed that we would be
able to evaluate these functionalities during the testing phase.
c. Performance
The Assessment team observed that during the configuration process of the mobile
phone device, the mobile application module was fairly slow in downloading ofthe RTS
mobile application from the server to the phone with the recorded downloading and
securing speed taking 4 minutes and 25 seconds. The RTS query module and it various
service dependencies took 3 minutes to start up and for the module to be ready to
receive results. The transmission of the results to the server was fast and acceptable.
Results entry and posting tasks could be achieved quite quickly with subsequent
transmission of the results to the server taking place within an acceptable duration of
time.
It is the assessment team's view that since the performance of the system at peak level
has not been tested (load and performance testing) there is need to carry out more
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exhaustive performance testing during the system simulation and testing phases and
provide comprehensive feedback.
d. Scalability
The system has been assessed on the ability to receive results from a maximum of 6
mobile phones. The system is expected to have the capability to handle results from
over 30,000 polling stations. This metric and concurrent sending of bulk results will be
thoroughly tested when the IEBC carries out the dry runs first with 6000 phones and
later with all mobile phones. From this the RTS query module can then be considered as
fairly scalable. Based on verbal interview with IEBC staff the RTS mobile application is
eaSily scalable as it picks data from the provisioning database with data updates being
effected during every logon, this needs to be tested.
e. Adaptability
From the assessment carried out through face-to-face interviews, the assessment team
was informed that the system could be easily changed and adapted to situations that
arise abruptly after development has been completed. The RTS mobile application is
designed in a way that allows changes to be done centrally and the system can easily be
updated by downloading the newer version from the provisioning server. The RTS query
module system is adaptable as other tools can be incorporated to assist the IEBC
generate ad hoc reports as and when needed.
f. Security
The system has not incorporated much in terms of security currently but from interviews
with the IEBC staff there are plans to implement more security features. The RTS mobile
application module has incorporated the use of encryption when sending results and
having decryption scripts on the web application receiving the results. During the time of
assessment, the MySQL database in use had default security setting; 'root' account with
a blank password. The assessment team was assured that the 'root' account would be
deactivated and a new account setup and secured for use during the election period.
Further, the IESC will ensure security of the data communication channel by use of a
Virtual Private Network (VPN) where only mobile phones configured to be on the VPN
will be able to transmit results and with each polling station assigned a mobile phone
with a unique GUID to prevent a single mobile phone from sending results for two or
more polling stations. The mobile phone providers also guarantee security of data for
users on their networks. The IEBC has also implemented user security management
conSisting of use rna me, password, user rights and roles management for the RTS.
The assessment team was also concerned that the system was employing a Generated
Unique Identifier and not the phone IMEI as stated in the RFP document.
g. Economy
From the assessment it emerged that the different tiers of the Results Transmission
System have been developed using open source based technologies, saving the client,
i.e. IEBC various software licensing costs and gaining advantage from the maturity and
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availability of a wide range of support from the large support base and user
contributions open source technologies enjoy. The open source technologies deployed
at the IEBC are not only stable but also secure. The RTS is well designed to reduce the
cost, time and effort it takes to deploy updates which are pushed from a provisioning
server for users to download with changes to data effected once they log on to the
system and it connects to the database.
1.2.3 Push Service
The IEBC Push Service Aggregates to the Google serverqGoogle generates
the logs. log file which is pushed back to the push service.
At the time of the assessment, the Push Service was manual which raised a concern that this
would involve manual intervention but thereafter from interviews with the IEBC staff it was
stated the Push Service would be automated. In the automation there would be planned
time intervals of 3 minutes given for the RTS to generate the data export file for import into
the Google RPS.
Further assessment will be scheduled once the automation is in place.
1.2.4 Google's Results Publication System (RPS)
The Google RPS is expected to import data exported by the Results Transmission System
Push Service for dissemination both to meet IEBC election results reporting needs and
general public election results requirements.
At the time of the assessment the results expected to be displayed on the RPS were
not available and therefore there is need to revisit this module.
1.3 Criteria used in assessment
1.3.1 Request for Proposal
The assessment team had the opportunity to peruse the Request for Proposal document to
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deliverables ofthe Results Transmission System.
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1.3.2 Comparing actual RTS output with expected output
Although at a lower scale, the initial assessments revealed that the RTS output matched the
expected input tracked from the point of entering, transmitting and receipt of the results.
This was confirmed by querying the information using the RTS query module.
To provide a more conclusive insight it will be necessary to carry out testing on a larger
scale, an activity expected to be undertaken during the Testing and Simulation phases.
1.3.3 Implementation guidelines, Version 1.2. release date 14 February 2013.
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During training of IT support personnel which the assessment team attended and took part
in the implementation ofthe RTS, the implementation manual provided was gauged to be
comprehensive and relevant for the support role it was aimed at.
1.3.4 Quality Plan
The assessment team did not find any quality plans.
1.3.5 Software standards
The RFP provides guidelines on the standards that the application should conform to
especially on the security and user interfaces.
1.3.6 Quality control guide procedures and Quality control activities
The RTS conforms to the RTS and Visualization Test Checklist document provided by IEBC
and Forms 34, 35, 36 and 37 ofthe electoral process.
From interviews with IEBC staff it was stated that after all nomination data has been
updated it is uploaded to the provisioning server and further alterations are blocked but
there was no documented quality control procedure or activity to confirm this.
1.3.5 Project documentation
Specifications documentation (RFP),
RTS and Visualization Test Checklist
RTS Manual (implementation)
2. Recommendations
2.1 Infrastructure
1. Additional security on the handsets with a security password to enable the locking of the
handset with a code, such as the device identification number that is affixed at the back
of the phone.
2. Issuance of standby modems at the county level to mitigate the risk of any modem
becoming faulty or being misplaced.
3. Increase of the data bundles on the modems to 2GB to cater for the usage prior to March
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4. The Testing team will need to test the new phones being acquired, i.e. Nokia 111,
therefore they need to be made available both during the testing and simulation phases.
5. Configuration of phone; during the assessment it was noticed that some ofthe phones
required users to configure the VPN settings. There is need for a checklist to be used
when issuing out the phones to ensure that all settings have been carried out.
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2.2 Results Transmission System (RTS) mobile application module
1. Hasten on completion of the system to give adequate time for testing and making the
necessary changes.
2. Carry out load testing as soon as possible as this is a critical function of the system.
3. Versioning of the RTS needs to be clearly displayed as opposed to referring to the
system on the basis ofthe development phase, i.e. the RTS assessed was referred to as a
'Test version'.
4. There should be clear demarcations of security access for the people who will be
assigned roles to carry out the voter transmission.
5. The VPN encryption should be confirmed to be secure to avoid manipulation of data
during transmission.
6. Clearly defined recovery mechanisms should be provided to the users to allow them
cope with any possibility of system or hardware failure.
7. The actual test of the system should be carried out at different geographical locations
rather than a centralised point so as to simulate the actual environment during election
day.
8. Need to test back up and replication.
2.3 RTS query module.
1. The RTS query module and the provisioning server should reside and run from different
servers.
2. Search function; currently the RTS query module uses dropdowns to filter results
information. This approach assumes that the user querying results is familiar with the
associated hierarchy of counties, constituencies and wards which may not be the case.
Inclusion of a search functionality within the RTS query module would allow different
levels of users from novices to advanced users to be able to search for results and from
the displayed search results choose (click on) what to get more detailed information
about.
3. At the database level it is advisable to enable the database statistics feature to allow for
collection of database performance related data.
4. The roles and permissions should be limited for each to prevent abuse ofthe system.
5. On the RTS query module, the Received Results->County Gorvenor menu item is
misspelt, correction for this is necessary.
2.4 Push Service
1. The version of the Push Service that was assessed was manual; IESC staff stated that
this would be automated.
2. Push intervals; user defined time intervals for the Push activity should be facilitated to
provide flexibility for the user to define the time interva Is for the Push Service.
3. The push should send only updated information to avoid the logs.log file from being
too big to transmit over the network .
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2.5 Confirmed results transmission
1. This should be tested in an actual election environment to verify that data is sent from
the constituency to the national tallying centre.
3. Concerns
1. There is need to have clear policies and procedures on the management of the
Nomination data which is used to populate t ~ e provisioning server; which role(s) at
IEBC are responsible for this and what is the frequency of the updates.
2. The separation and authentication for the application and its security has no clear
demarcation. The documentation does not explicitly distinguish application layer to
network layer security.
3. There is need to provide the formulas used to calculate the various percentages in the
system so as to provide a clear method for testing the results used in the system.
4. For the testing phase there will be need for test data. There is need to know if test data
will be provided for or the testers will use their own dummy data. In case the testers
have to create dummy data there has to be a way of confirming the number of votes
per polling station to enable them create realistic figures.
5. For the display on the RTS query module, there are related tables which are placed
vertically instead of horizontal e.g. votes cast summary. This hinders users from
analysing the data well since they have to shift view.
6. It's not possible to see the difference in security for this system versus the old one
since it still relies heavily on the telecommunication proVider's VPN.
7. Are the roles for the web application similar to the mobile application? Is it for example
possible to use the same log in credentials as the ones used for the mobile app?
8. There is little information about the other applications interfacing with the system for
the tester to know how it affects the Results Transmission System.
9. Spoilt votes are not being displayed on the RTS query module.
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The system as assessed does not have major problems and seems to be fairly stable and it is
expected to perform as required after the recommendations identified during the
assessment are addressed and implemented.
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ConstCode Const Name Polling Station Transmitted
001 CHANGAMWE 6
001 CHANGAMWE 7
001 CHANGAMWE 9
001 CHANGAMWE 33
001 CHANGAMWE 7
001 CHANGAMWE 6
002 JOMVU 5
003 KISAUNI 1
003 KISAUNI 1
004 NYALI 55
004 NYALI 51
004 NYALI 65
004 NYALI 78
004 NYALI 52
004 NYALI 53
006 MVITA 2
006 MVITA 2
006 MVITA 3
006 MVITA 8
006 MVITA 2
006 MVITA 3
010 KINANGO 23
010 KINANGO 9
010 KINANGO 30
010 . KINANGO
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010 KINANGO 12
010 KINANGO 19
011 KILIFI NORTH 115
011 KILIFI NORTH 108
011 KILIFI NORTH 114
011 KILIFI NORTH 116
011 KILIFI NORTH 106
011 KILIFI NORTH 111
012 KILIFI SOUTH 25
012 KILIFI SOUTH 9
012 KILIFI SOUTH 38
012 KILIFI SOUTH 45
012 KILIFI SOUTH 8
012 KILIFI SOUTH 19
013 KALOLENI 50
013 KALOLENI 41
013 KALOLENI 51
013 KALOLENI 56
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013 KALOLENI 45
013 KALOLENI 48
014 RASAI 3
014 RASAI 3
014 RASAI 3
014 RASAI 1
014 RASA I 2
015 GANZE 10
015 GANZE 7
015 GANZE 15
015 GANZE 28
015 GANZE 7
015 GANZE 7
016 MAUNDI 84
016 MAUNDI 85
016 MAUND! 88
016 MAUNDI 91
016 MAUNDI 87
016 MAUNDI 87
017 MAGARINI 7
017 MAGARINI 5
017 MAGARINI 11
017 MAGARINI 24
017 MAGARINI 5
017 MAGARINI 5
018 GARSEN 37
018 GARSEN 32
018 GARSEN 43
018 GARSEN 50
018 GARSEN 32
018 GARSEN 34
019 GALOLE 75
019 GALOLE 76
019 GALOLE 76
019 GALOLE 77
019 GALOLE 74
019 GALOLE 72
020 SURA 23
020 SURA 18
020 SURA 29
020 SURA 52
020 SURA 19
020 SURA 19
021 LAMU EAST 21
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021 LAMU EAST 21
021 LAMU EAST 22
021 LAMU EAST 23
021 LAMU EAST 22
021 LAMU EAST 22
022 LAMUWEST 77
022 LAMUWEST 78
022 LAMUWEST 78
022 LAMUWEST 83
022 LAMUWEST 76
022 LAMUWEST 76
023 TAVETA 4
023 TAVETA 13
023 TAVETA 1
024 WUNDANYI 7
024 WUNDANYI 2
024 WUNDANYI 11
024 WUNDANYI 32
024 WUNDANYI 2
024 WUNDANYI 4
025 MWATATE 3
026 VOl 3
026 VOl 19
026 VOl 1
027 GARISSA TOWNSHIP 27
027 GARISSA TOWNSHIP 25
027 GARISSA TOWNSHIP 27
027 GARISSA TOWNSHIP 36
027 GARISSA TOWNSHIP 24
027 GARISSA TOWNSHIP 25
028 BALAMBALA 29
028 BALAMBALA 26
028 BALAMBALA 30
028 BALAMBALA 32
028 BALAMBALA 27
028 BALAMBALA 27
029 LAGDERA 13
029 LAGDERA 13
029 LAGDERA 16
029 LAGDERA 17
029 LAGDERA 12
029 LAGDERA 13
030 DADAAB 24
030 DADAAB 24
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030 DADAAB 24
030 DADAAB 28
030 DADAAB 24
030 DADAAB 24
031 FAFI 14
031 FAFI 11
031 FAFI 14
031 FAFI 16
031 FAFI 12
031 FAFI 12
032 IJARA 30
032 IJARA 25
032 IJARA 33
032 IJARA 39
032 IJARA 28
032 IJARA 27
033 WAJIRNORTH 1
033 WAJIRNORTH 2
033 WAJIRNORTH 5
033 WAJIRNORTH 1
034 WAJIREAST 4
034 WAJIREAST 1
034 WAJIREAST 4
034 WAJIR EAST 10
034 WAJIREAST 1
034 WAJIR EAST 3
035 TARBAJ 3
035 TARBAJ 3
035 TARBAJ 4
035 TARBAJ 4
035 TARBAJ 3
035 TARBAJ 3
036 WAJIRWEST 3
036 WAJIRWEST 2
036 WAJIRWEST 4
036 WAJIRWEST 7
036 WAJIRWEST 2
036 WAJIRWEST 3
037 ELDAS 2
037 ELDAS 1
037 ELDAS 4
037 ELDAS 7
037 ELDAS 1
037 ELDAS 1
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039 MANDERA WEST 1
040 BANISSA 1
040 BANISSA 3
041 MANDERA NORTH 1
041 MANDERA NORTH 1
041 MANDERA NORTH 1
041 MANDERA NORTH 3
041 MANDERA NORTH 1
041 MANDERA NORTH 1
042 MANDERA SOUTH 1
042 MANDERA SOUTH 6
042 MANDERA SOUTH 1
044 LAFEY 8
045 MOYALE 1
045 MOYALE 1
045 MOYALE 6
046 NORTH HORR 1
046 NORTH HORR 1
046 NORTH HORR 2
046 NORTH HORR 1
048 LAISAMIS 5
048 LAISAMIS 3
048 LAISAMIS 4
048 LAISAMIS 9
048 LAISAMIS 2
048 LAISAMIS 3
049 ISIOLO NORTH 23
049 ISIOLO NORTH 20
049 ISIOLO NORTH 27
049 ISIOLO NORTH 35
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049 ISIOLO NORTH 21
049 ISIOLO NORTH 22
050 ISIOLO SOUTH 2
050 ISIOLO SOUTH 3
050 ISIOLO SOUTH 4
050 ISIOLO SOUTH 11
050 ISIOLO SOUTH 3
050 ISIOLO SOUTH 2
051 IGEMBE SOUTH 1
051 IGEMBE SOUTH 12
052 IGEMBE CENTRAL 15
052 IGEMBE CENTRAL 11
052 IGEMBE CENTRAL 22
052 IGEMBE CENTRAL 46
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052 IGEMBE CENTRAL 13
052 IGEMBE CENTRAL 13
053 IGEMBE NORTH 1
053 IGEMBE NORTH 1
053 IGEMBE NORTH 2
053 IGEMBE NORTH 15
053 IGEMBE NORTH 1
053 IGEMBE NORTH 1
054 TIGANIA WEST 17
054 TIGANIA WEST 11
054 TIGANIA WEST 25
054 TIGANIA WEST 50
054 TIGANIA WEST 13
054 TIGANIA WEST 15
055 TIGANIA EAST 1
055 TIGANIA EAST 12
056 NORTH IMENTI 11
056 NORTH IMENTI 7
056 NORTH IMENTI 19
056 NORTH IMENTI 44
056 NORTH IMENTI 8
056 NORTH IMENTI 9
057 BUURI 2
057 BUURI 1
057 BUURI 3
057 BUURI 5
057 BUURI 1
057 BUURI 1
058 CENTRAL IMENTI 2
058 CENTRAL IMENTI 9
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058 CENTRAL IMENTI 1
059 SOUTH IMENTI 17
059 SOUTH IMENTI 14
059 SOUTH IMENTI 27
059 SOUTH IMENTI 76
059 SOUTH IMENTI 13
059 SOUTH IMENTI 13
060 MAARA 114
060 MAARA 111
060 MAARA 122
060 MAARA 129
060 MAARA 110
060 MAARA 113
061 CHUKAlIGAMBANG'OMBE 95
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061 CHUKAlIGAMBANG'OMBE 84
061 CHUKAlIGAMBANG'OMBE 114
061 CHUKAlIGAMBANG'OMBE 155
061 CHUKAlIGAMBANG'OMBE 83
061 CHUKAlIGAMBANG'OMBE 90
062 THARAKA 9
062 THARAKA 4
062 THARAKA 23
062 THARAKA 67
062 THARAKA 8
062 THARAKA 5
063 MANYATTA 71
063 MANYATTA 49
063 MANYATTA 91
063 MANYATTA 144
063 MANYATTA 58
063 MANYATTA 60
064 RUNYENJES 85
064 RUNYENJES 77
064 RUNYENJES 97
064 RUNYENJES 111
064 RUNYENJES 81
064 RUNYENJES 82
065 MBEERE SOUTH 112
065 MBEERE SOUTH 107
065 MBEERE SOUTH 114
065 MBEERE SOUTH 127
065 MBEERE SOUTH 109
065 MBEERE SOUTH 109
066 MBEERE NORTH 24
066 MBEERE NORTH 18
066 MBEERE NORTH 32
066 MBEERE NORTH 55
066 MBEERE NORTH 20
066 MBEERE NORTH 20
067 MWINGI NORTH 113
067 MWINGI NORTH 102
067 MWINGI NORTH 121
067 MWINGI NORTH 140
067 MWINGI NORTH 101
067 MWINGI NORTH 109
068 MWINGIWEST 3
068 MWINGIWEST 8
068 MWINGIWEST 60
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KISUMUWEST
KISUMUWEST
KISUMUWEST
KISUMU CENTRAL
KISUMU CENTRAL
KISUMU CENTRAL
SEME
SEME
SEME
SEME
SEME
SEME
NYANDO
NYANDO
NYANDO
NYANDO
NYANDO
NYANDO
MUHORONI
MUHORONI
MUHORONI
MUHORONI
MUHORONI
MUHORONI
NYAKACH
NYAKACH
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NYAKACH
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4
43
6
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5
16
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46
56
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49
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2
9
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1
1
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30
18
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15
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5
12
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244 NYAKACH 12
244 NYAKACH 2
245 KASIPUL 49
246 KABONDO KASIPUL 17
246 KABONDO KASIPUL 11
246 KABONDO KASIPUL 15
246 KABONDO KASIPUL 59
246 KABONDO KASIPUL 14
246 KABONDO KASIPUL 14
247 KARACHUONYO 1
247 KARACHUONYO 5
247 KARACHUONYO 39
248 RANGWE 1
248 RANGWE 1
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248 RANGWE 9
248 RANGWE 55
248 RANGWE 2
248 RANGWE 1
249 HOMA BAY TOWN 1
249 HOMA BAY TOWN 1
249 HOMA BAY TOWN 3
249 HOMA BAY TOWN 22
249 HOMA BAY TOWN 1
249 HOMA BAYTOWN 1
250 NDHIWA 1
250 NDHIWA 1
250 NDHIWA 3
251 MBITA 2
251 MBITA 6
251 MBITA 32
251 MBITA 1
251 MBITA 2
252 SUBA 3
252 SUBA 1
252 SUBA 9
252 SUBA 39
252 SUBA 1
253 RONGO 3
253 RONGO 1
253 RONGO 6
253 RONGO 21
253 RONGO 1
253 RONGO 1
254 AWENDO 7
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254 AWENDO 4
254 AWENDO 6
254 AWENDO 19
254 AWENDO 6
254 AWENDO 4
255 SUNA EAST 1
255 SUNA EAST 2
255 SUNAEAST 17
256 SUNAWEST 2
256 SUNAWEST 1
256 SUNAWEST 3
256 SUNAWEST 17
256 SUNAWEST 1
256 SUNAWEST 1
257 URIRI 33
257 URIRI 32
257 URIRI 51
257 URIRI 66
257 URIRI 31
257 URIRI 36
258 NYATIKE 6
258 NYATIKE 3
258 NYATIKE 15
258 NYATIKE 50
258 NYATIKE 3
258 NYATIKE 4
259 KURIAWEST 27
259 KURIAWEST 16
259 KURIAWEST 33
259 KURIAWEST 61
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259 KURIAWEST 19
259 KURIAWEST 21
260 KURIAEAST 2
260 KURIA EAST 4
260 KURIA EAST 6
260 KURIA EAST 20
260 KURIAEAST 4
260 KURIAEAST 6
261 BON CHARI 1
261 BON CHARI 3
261 BON CHARI 23
261 BON CHARI 1
262 SOUTH MUGIRANGO 16
262 SOUTH MUGIRANGO 7
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262 SOUTH MUGIRANGO 24
262 SOUTH MUGIRANGO 63
262 SOUTH MUGIRANGO 8
262 SOUTH MUGIRANGO 9
263 BOMACHOGE BORABU 13
263 BOMACHOGEBORABU 1
263 BOMACHOGEBORABU 22
263 BOMACHOGE BORABU 42
263 BOMACHOGE BORABU 3
263 BOMACHOGE BORABU 5
264 BOBASI 10
264 BOBASI 7
264 BOBASI 15
264 BOBASI 47
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264 BOBASI 7
264 BOBASI 5
265 BOMACHOGE CHACHE 14
265 BOMACHOGE CHACHE 6
265 BOMACHOGE CHACHE 26
265 BOMACHOGE CHACHE 61
265 BOMACHOGE CHACHE 8
265 BOMACHOGE CHACHE 10
266 NYARIBARI MASABA 4
266 NYARIBARI MASABA 28
267 NYARIBARI CHACHE 3
267 NYARIBARI CHACHE 1
267 NYARIBARI CHACHE 6
267 NYARIBARI CHACHE 31
267 NYARIBARI CHACHE 1
267 NYARIBARI CHACHE 1
268 KITUTU CHACHE NORTH 6
)
268 KITUTU CHACHE NORTH 3
268 KITUTU CHACHE NORTH 12
268 KITUTU CHACHE NORTH 55
268 KITUTU CHACHE NORTH 3
268 KITUTU CHACHE NORTH 4
269 KITUTU CHACHE SOUTH 2
269 KITUTU CHACHE SOUTH 2
269 KITUTU CHACHE SOUTH 4
269 KITUTU CHACHE SOUTH 30
269 KITUTU CHACHE SOUTH 2
269 KITUTU CHACHE SOUTH 2
270 KITUTU MASABA 94
270 KITUTU MASABA 88
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270 K/TUTU MASABA 99
270 K/TUTU MASABA 109
270 K/TUTU MASABA 87
270 K/TUTU MASABA 95
271 WEST MUG/RANGO 23
271 WEST MUG/RANGO 12
271 WEST MUG/RANGO 27
271 WEST MUG/RANGO 55
271 WEST MUG/RANGO 14
271 WEST MUG/RANGO 16
272 NORTH MUG/RANGO 2
272 NORTH MUG/RANGO 2
272 NORTH MUG/RANGO 5
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272 NORTH MUG/RANGO 23
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272 NORTH MUG/RANGO 2
272 NORTH MUG/RANGO 1
273 BORABU 49
273 BORABU 37
273 BORABU 60
273 BORABU 71
273 BORABU 33
273 BORABU 38
274 WESTLANDS 136
274 WESTLANDS 102
274 WESTLANDS 142
274 WESTLANDS 150
274 WESTLANDS 117
274 WESTLANDS 124
275 DAGORETT/ NORTH 6
275 DAGORETT/ NORTH 6
) 275 DAGORETT/ NORTH 13
275 DAGORETT/ NORTH 29
275 DAGORETT/ NORTH 8
275 DAGORETT/ NORTH 6
276 DAGORETT/ SOUTH 8
276 DAGORETT/ SOUTH 5
276 DAGORETT/ SOUTH 10
276 DAGORETT/ SOUTH 22
276 DAGORETT/ SOUTH 6
276 DAGORETT/ SOUTH 8
277 LANGATA 18
277 LANGATA 8
277 LANGATA 33
277 LANGATA 74
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277 LANGATA 10
277 LANGATA 12
278 KIBRA 15
278 KIBRA 9
278 KIBRA 19
278 KIBRA 38
278 KIBRA 9
278 KIBRA 12
279 ROYSAMBU 14
279 ROYSAMBU 10
279 ROYSAMBU 17
279 ROYSAMBU 39
279 ROYSAMBU 11
279 ROYSAMBU 11
280 KASARANI 73
280 KASARANI 63
280 KASARANI 82
280 KASARANI 100
280 KASARANI 67
280 KASARANI 72
281 RUARAKA 106
281 RUARAKA 96
281 RUARAKA 108
281 RUARAKA 110
281 RUARAKA 102
281 RUARAKA 105
282 EMBAKASI SOUTH 12
282 EMBAKASI SOUTH 8
282 EMBAKASI SOUTH 22
282 EMBAKASI SOUTH 60
282 EMBAKASI SOUTH 9
282 EMBAKASI SOUTH 10
283 EMBAKASI NORTH 94
283 EMBAKASI NORTH 89
283 EMBAKASI NORTH 93
283 EMBAKASI NORTH 95
283 EMBAKASI NORTH 94
283 EMBAKASI NORTH 93
284 EMBAKASICENTRAL 1
284 EMBAKASICENTRAL 5
284 EMBAKASI CENTRAL 15
284 EMBAKASICENTRAL 2
285 EMBAKASI EAST 42
285 EMBAKASI EAST 26
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285 EMBAKASI EAST 50
285 EMBAKASI EAST 75
285 EMBAKASIEAST 29
285 EMBAKASI EAST 37
286 EMBAKASI WEST 7
286 EMBAKASI WEST 5
286 EMBAKASI WEST 14
286 EMBAKASI WEST 24
286 EMBAKASI WEST 5
286 EMBAKASI WEST 7
287 MAKADARA 18
287 MAKADARA 7
287 MAKADARA 22
287 MAKADARA 49
287 MAKADARA 12
287 MAKADARA 8
288 KAMUKUNJI 70
288 KAMUKUNJI 61
288 KAMUKUNJI 77
288 KAMUKUNJI 91
288 KAMUKUNJI 63
288 KAMUKUNJI 66
289 STAREHE 5
289 STAREHE 3
289 STAREHE 10
289 STAREHE 36
289 STAREHE 4
289 STAREHE 5
290 MATHARE 56
290 MATHARE 39
290 MATHARE 64
290 MATHARE 81
290 MATHARE 43
290 MATHARE 48
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Polling Station Did Not Transmit Race Number of Polling Success %
80 CAW Rep 86 7%
79 Governor 86 8%
77 MP 86 10%
53 Presidential 86 38%
79 Senator 86 8%
80 Women Rep 86 7%
69 Presidential 74 7%
118 MP 119 1%
118 Presidential 119 1%
58 CAW Rep 113 49%
62 Governor 113 45%
48 MP 113 58%
35 Presidential 113 69%
61 Senator 113 46%
60 Women Rep 113 47%
130 CAW Rep 132 2%
130 Governor 132 2%
129 MP 132 2%
124 Presidential 132 6%
130 Senator 132 2%
129 Women Rep 132 2%
156 CAW Rep 179 13%
170 Governor 179 5%
149 MP 179 17%
141 Presidential 179 21%
167 Senator 179 7%
160 Women Rep 179 11%
15 CAW Rep 130 88%
22 Governor 130 83%
16 MP 130 88%
14 Presidential 130 89%
24 Senator 130 82%
19 Women Rep 130 85%
71 CAW Rep 96 26%
87 Governor 96 9%
58 MP 96 40%
51 Presidential 96 47%
88 Senator 96 8%
77 Women Rep 96 20%
44 CAW Rep 94 53%
53 Governor 94 44%
43 MP 94 54%
38 Presidential 94 60%
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49 Senator 94 48%
46 Women Rep 94 51%
64 CAW Rep 67 4%
64 MP 67 4%
64 Presidential 67 4%
66 Senator 67 1%
65 Women Rep 67 3%
103 CAW Rep 113 9%
106 Governor 113 6%
98 MP 113 13%
85 Presidential 113 25%
106 Senator 113 6%
106 Women Rep
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16 CAW Rep 100 84%
15 Governor 100 85%
12 MP 100 88%
9 Presidential 100 91%
13 Senator 100 87%
13 Women Rep 100 87%
119 CAW Rep 126 6%
121 Governor 126 4%
115 MP 126 9%
102 Presidential 126 19%
121 Senator 126 4%
121 Women Rep 126 4%
61 CAW Rep 98 38%
66 Governor 98 33%
55 MP 98 44%
48 Presidential 98 51%
)
66 Senator 98 33%
64 Women Rep 98 35%
7 CAW Rep 82 91%
6 Governor 82 93%
6 MP 82 93%
5 Presidential 82 94%
8 Senator 82 90%
10 Women Rep 82 88%
67 CAW Rep 90 26%
72 Governor 90 20%
61 MP 90 32%
38 Presidential 90 58%
71 Senator 90 21%
71 Women Rep 90 21%
14 CAW Rep 35 60%
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14 Governor 35 60%
13 MP 35 63%
12 Presidential 35 66%
13 Senator 35 63%
13 Women Rep 35 63%
24 CAW Rep 101 76%
23 Governor 101 77%
23 MP 101 77%
18 Presidential 101 82%
25 Senator 101 75%
25 Women Rep 101 75%
61 MP 65 6%
52 Presidential 65 20%
)
64 Senator 65 2%
59 CAW Rep 66 11%
64 Governor 66 3%
55 MP 66 17%
34 Presidential 66 48%
64 Senator 66 3%
62 Women Rep 66 6%
85 Presidential 88 3%
85 MP 88 3%
69 Presidential 88 22%
87 Women Rep 88 1%
36 CAW Rep 63 43%
38 Governor 63 40%
36 MP 63 43%
27 Presidential 63 57%
39 Senator 63 38%
38 Women Rep 63 40%
20 CAW Rep 49 59% )
23 Governor 49 53%
19 MP 49 61%
17 Presidential 49 65%
22 Senator 49 55%
22 Women Rep 49 55%
20 CAW Rep 33 39%
20 Governor 33 39%
17 MP 33 48%
16 Presidential 33 52%
21 Senator 33 36%
20 Women Rep 33 39%
25 CAW Rep 49 49%
25 Governor 49 49%
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25 MP 49 49%
21 Presidential 49 57%
25 Senator 49 49%
25 Women Rep 49 49%
42 CAW Rep 56 25%
45 Governor 56 20%
42 MP 56 25%
40 Presidential 56 29%
44 Senator 56 21%
44 Women Rep 56 21%
35 CAW Rep 65 46%
40 Governor 65 38%
32 MP 65 51%
26 Presidential 65 60%
37 Senator 65 43%
38 Women Rep 65 42%
70 CAW Rep 71 1%
69 MP 71 3%
66 Presidential 71 7%
70 Women Rep 71 1%
47 CAW Rep 51 8%
50 Governor 51 2%
47 MP 51 8%
41 Presidential 51 20%
50 Senator 51 2%
48 Women Rep 51 6%
42 CAW Rep 45 7%
42 Governor 45 7%
41 MP 45 9%
41 Presidential 45 9%
)
42 Senator 45 7%
42 Women Rep 45 7%
68 CAW Rep 71 4%
69 Governor 71 3%
67 MP 71 6%
64 Presidential 71 10%
69 Senator 71 3%
68 Women Rep 71 4%
41 CAW Rep 43 5%
42 Governor 43 2%
39 MP 43 9%
36 Presidential 43 16%
42 Senator 43 2%
42 Women Rep 43 2%
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41 Presidential 42 2%
44 Governor 45 2%
42 Presidential 45 7%
79 CAW Rep 80 1%
79 Governor 80 1%
79 MP 80 1%
77 Presidential 80 4%
79 Senator 80 1%
79 Women Rep 80 1%
54 MP 55 2%
49 Presidential 55 11%
54 Senator 55 2%
34 Presidential 42 19%
116 CAW Rep 117 1%
116 MP 117 1%
111 Presidential 117 5%
92 CAW Rep 93 1%
92 MP 93 1%
91 Presidential 93 2%
92 Women Rep 93 1%
64 CAW Rep 69 7%
66 Governor 69 4%
65 MP 69 6%
60 Presidential 69 13%
67 Senator 69 3%
66 Women Rep 69 4%
95 CAW Rep 118 19%
98 Governor 118 17%
91 MP 118 23%
83 Presidential 118 30%
97 Senator 118 18%
96 Women Rep 118 19%
46 CAW Rep 48 4%
45 Governor 48 6%
44 MP 48 8%
37 Presidential 48 23%
45 Senator 48 6%
46 Women Rep 48 4%
115 MP 116 1%
104 Presidential 116 10%
118 CAW Rep 133 11%
122 Governor 133 8%
111 MP 133 17%
87 Presidential 133 35%
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120 Senator 133 10%
120 Women Rep 133 10%
106 CAW Rep 107 1%
106 Governor 107 1%
105 MP 107 2%
92 Presidential 107 14%
106 Senator 107 1%
106 Women Rep 107 1%
72 CAW Rep 89 19%
78 Governor 89 12%
64 MP 89 28%
39 Presidential 89 56%
76 Senator 89 15%
74 Women Rep 89 17%
120 MP 121 1%
109 Presidential 121 10%
119 CAW Rep 130 8%
123 Governor 130 5%
111 MP 130 15%
86 Presidential 130 34%
122 Senator 130 6%
121 Women Rep 130 7%
124 CAW Rep 126 2%
125 Governor 126 1%
123 MP 126 2%
121 Presidential 126 4%
125 Senator 126 1%
125 Women Rep 126 1%
109 MP 111 2%
102 Presidential 111 8%
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110 Senator 111 1%
152 CAW Rep 169 10%
155 Governor 169 8%
142 MP 169 16%
93 Presidential 169 45%
156 Senator 169 8%
156 Women Rep 169 8%
52 CAW Rep 166 69%
55 Governor 166 67%
44 MP 166 73%
37 Presidential 166 78%
56 Senator 166 66%
53 Women Rep 166 68%
117 CAW Rep 212 45%
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128 Governor 212 40%
98 MP 212 54%
57 Presidential 212 73%
129 Senator 212 39%
122 Women Rep 212 42%
198 CAW Rep 207 4%
203 Governor 207 2%
184 MP 207 11%
140 Presidential 207 32%
199 Senator 207 4%
202 Women Rep 207 2%
118 CAW Rep 189 38%
140 Governor 189 26%
98 MP 189 48%
45 Presidential 189 76%
131 Senator 189 31%
129 Women Rep 189 32%
64 CAW Rep 149 57%
72 Governor 149 52%
52 MP 149 65%
38 Presidential 149 74%
68 Senator 149 54%
67 Women Rep 149 55%
37 CAW Rep 149 75%
42 Governor 149 72%
35 MP 149 77%
22 Presidential 149 85%
40 Senator 149 73%
40 Women Rep 149 73%
76 CAW Rep 100 24%
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82 Governor 100 18%
68 MP 100 32%
45 Presidential 100 55%
80 Senator 100 20%
80 Women Rep 100 20%
104 CAW Rep 217 52%
115 Governor 217 47%
96 MP 217 56%
77 Presidential 217 65%
116 Senator 217 47%
108 Women Rep 217 50%
138 CAW Rep 141 2%
133 MP 141 6%
81 Presidential 141 43%
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139 Women Rep 141 1%
63 CAW Rep 172 63%
66 Governor 172 62%
56 MP 172 67%
41 Presidential 172 76%
69 Senator 172 60%
65 Women Rep 172 62%
124 CAW Rep 129 4%
127 Governor 129 2%
120 MP 129 7%
88 Presidential 129 32%
127 Senator 129 2%
128 Women Rep 129 1%
136 CAW Rep 139 2%
135 Governor 139 3%
134 MP 139 4%
114 Presidential 139 18%
135 Senator 139 3%
136 Women Rep 139 2%
85 CAW Rep 163 48%
95 Governor 163 42%
81 MP 163 50%
67 Presidential 163 59%
93 Senator 163 43%
86 Women Rep 163 47%
148 CAW Rep 158 6%
150 Governor 158 5%
141 MP 158 11%
97 Presidential 158 39%
150 Senator 158 5%
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148 Women Rep 158 6%
11 CAW Rep 226 95%
11 Governor 226 95%
9 MP 226 96%
6 Presidential 226 97%
13 Senator 226 94%
9 Women Rep 226 96%
16 CAW Rep 151 89%
27 Governor 151 82%
9 MP 151 94%
o Presidential 151 100%
23 Senator 151 85%
17 Women Rep 151 89%
45 CAW Rep 141 68%
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57 Governor 141 60%
46 MP 141 67%
25 Presidential 141 82%
56 Senator 141 60%
60 Women Rep 141 57%
36 CAW Rep 104 65%
41 Governor 104 61%
28 MP 104 73%
19 Presidential 104 82%
42 Senator 104 60%
41 Women Rep 104 61%
32 CAW Rep 117 73%
41 Governor 117 65%
26 MP 117 78%
13 Presidential 117 89%
45 Senator 117 62%
41 Women Rep 117 65%
35 CAW Rep 84 58%
45 Governor 84 46%
34 MP 84 60%
19 Presidential 84 77%
44 Senator 84 48%
41 Women Rep 84 51%
30 CAW Rep 120 75%
37 Governor 120 69%
20 MP 120 83%
9 Presidential 120 93%
31 Senator 120 74%
29 Women Rep 120 76%
55 CAW Rep 154 64%
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59 Governor 154 62%
49 MP 154 68%
25 Presidential 154 84%
68 Senator 154 56%
60 Women Rep 154 61%
35 CAW Rep 188 81%
47 Governor 188 75%
25 MP 188 87%
15 Presidential 188 92%
43 Senator 188 77%
36 Women Rep 188 81%
214 CAW Rep 215 0%
213 Governor 215 1%
212 MP 215 1%
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196 Presidential 215 9%
213 Senator 215 1%
213 Women Rep 215 1%
78 CAW Rep 85 8%
80 Governor 85 6%
73 MP 85 14%
25 Presidential 85 71%
79 Senator 85 7%
80 Women Rep 85 6%
20 CAW Rep 122 84%
20 Governor 122 84%
15 MP 122 88%
11 Presidential 122 91%
20 Senator 122 84%
20 Women Rep 122 84%
192 MP 195 2%
168 Presidential 195 14%
145 CAW Rep 164 12%
148 Governor 164 10%
129 MP 164 21%
78 Presidential 164 52%
146 Senator 164 11%
144 Women Rep 164 12%
45 CAW Rep 133 66%
45 Governor 133 66%
41 MP 133 69%
24 Presidential 133 82%
45 Senator 133 66%
47 Women Rep 133 65%
146 MP 151 3%
)
84 Presidential 151 44%
20 CAW Rep 84 76%
21 Governor 84 75%
10 MP 84 88%
4 Presidential 84 95%
20 Senator 84 76%
19 Women Rep 84 77%
89 CAW Rep 90 1%
88 MP 90 2%
68 Presidential 90 24%
32 CAW Rep 73 56%
51 Governor 73 30%
29 MP 73 60%
13 Presidential 73 82%
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56 Senator 73 23%
41 Women Rep 73 44%
87 CAW Rep 89 2%
87 Governor 89 2%
83 MP 89 7%
64 Presidential 89 28%
88 Senator 89 1%
87 Women Rep 89 2%
86 CAW Rep 89 3%
87 Governor 89 2%
83 MP 89 7%
62 Presidential 89 30%
86 Senator 89 3%
86 Women Rep 89 3%
29 CAW Rep 184 84%
31 Governor 184 83%
25 MP 184 86%
10 Presidential 184 95%
29 Senator 184 84%
27 Women Rep 184 85%
151 CAW Rep 152 1%
151 Governor 152 1%
149 MP 152 2%
137 Presidential 152 10%
151 Senator 152 1%
151 Women Rep 152 1%
11 CAW Rep 112 90%
15 Governor 112 87%
10 MP 112 91%
9 Presidential 112 92%
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15 Senator 112 87%
13 Women Rep 112 88%
69 CAW Rep 85 19%
72 Governor 85 15%
63 MP 85 26%
49 Presidential 85 42%
71 Senator 85 16%
71 Women Rep 85 16%
105 CAW Rep 113 7%
111 Governor 113 2%
96 MP 113 15%
58 Presidential 113 49%
109 Senator 113 4%
108 Women Rep 113 4%
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146 CAW Rep 156 6%
153 Governor 156 2%
142 MP 156 9%
87 Presidential 156 44%
152 Senator 156 3%
152 Women Rep 156 3%
133 CAW Rep 136 2%
130 MP 136 4%
102 Presidential 136 25%
135 Women Rep 136 1%
98 CAW Rep 101 3%
100 Governor 101 1%
97 MP 101 4%
68 Presidential 101 33%
99 Women Rep 101 2%
106 CAW Rep 107 1%
102 MP 107 5%
69 Presidential 107 36%
31 CAW Rep 71 56%
34 Governor 71 52%
25 MP 71 65%
21 Presidential 71 70%
33 Senator 71 54%
32 Women Rep 71 55%
2 CAW Rep 90 98%
2 Governor 90 98%
1 MP 90 99%
o Presidential 90 100%
2 Senator 90 98%
2 Women Rep 90 98%
)
104 CAW Rep 164 37%
114 Governor 164 30%
93 MP 164 43%
81 Presidential 164 51%
114 Senator 164 30%
108 Women Rep 164 34%
53 CAW Rep 110 52%
57 Governor 110 48%
42 MP 110 62%
25 Presidential 110 77%
59 Senator 110 46%
54 Women Rep 110 51%
37 CAW Rep 121 69%
43 Governor 121 64%
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35 MP 121 71%
25 Presidential 121 79%
39 Senator 121 68%
39 Women Rep 121 68%
90 CAW Rep 138 35%
98 Governor 138 29%
82 MP 138 41%
56 Presidential 138 59%
97 Senator 138 30%
96 Women Rep 138 30%
122 CAW Rep 149 18%
125 Governor 149 16%
110 MP 149 26%
84 Presidential 149 44%
125 Senator 149 16%
123 Women Rep 149 17%
50 CAW Rep 105 52%
54 Governor 105 49%
47 MP 105 55%
32 Presidential 105 70%
53 Senator 105 50%
52 Women Rep 105 50%
38 CAW Rep 94 60%
44 Governor 94 53%
33 MP 94 65%
21 Presidential 94 78%
45 Senator 94 52%
37 Women Rep 94 61%
40 CAW Rep 112 64%
47 Governor 112 58%
30 MP 112 73%
3 Presidential 112 97%
46 Senator 112 59%
45 Women Rep 112 60%
100 CAW Rep 144 31%
110 Governor 144 24%
88 MP 144 39%
65 Presidential 144 55%
107 Senator 144 26%
109 Women Rep 144 24%
135 CAW Rep 149 9%
137 Governor 149 8%
127 MP 149 15%
104 Presidential 149 30%
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138 Senator 149 7%
139 Women Rep 149 7%
98 CAW Rep 127 23%
102 Governor 127 20%
89 MP 127 30%
57 Presidential 127 55%
103 Senator 127 19%
100 Women Rep 127 21%
24 CAW Rep 93 74%
26 Governor 93 72%
23 MP 93 75%
22 Presidential 93 76%
24 Senator 93 74%
25 Women Rep 93 73%
'j 59 CAW Rep 107 45%
62 Governor 107 42%
53 MP 107 50%
42 Presidential 107 61%
61 Senator 107 43%
60 Women Rep 107 44%
63 CAW Rep 94 33%
67 Governor 94 29%
55 MP 94 41%
36 Presidential 94 62%
66 Senator 94 30%
60 Women Rep 94 36%
83 CAW Rep 97 14%
85 Governor 97 12%
75 MP 97 23%
47 Presidential 97 52%
86 Senator 97 11%
83 Women Rep 97 14%
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63 CAW Rep 109 42%
74 Governor 109 32%
56 MP 109 49%
30 Presidential 109 72%
73 Senator 109 33%
68 Women Rep 109 38%
45 CAW Rep 107 58%
52 Governor 107 51%
45 MP 107 58%
30 Presidential 107 72%
50 Senator 107 53%
47 Women Rep 107 56%
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67 CAW Rep 85 21%
71 Governor 85 16%
61 MP 85 28%
54 Presidential 85 36%
69 Senator 85 19%
67 Women Rep 85 21%
56 CAW Rep 123 54%
70 Governor 123 43%
50 MP 123 59%
45 Presidential 123 63%
68 Senator 123 45%
61 Women Rep 123 50%
101 CAW Rep 102 1%
101 Governor 102 1%
)
99 MP 102 3%
98 Presidential 102 4%
101 Senator 102 1%
92 CAW Rep 93 1%
92 Governor 93 1%
89 MP 93 4%
85 Presidential 93 9%
92 Senator 93 1%
92 Women Rep 93 1%
68 CAW Rep 69 1%
68 Governor 69 1%
67 MP 69 3%
64 Presidential 69 7%
68 Senator 69 1%
92 CAW Rep 184 50%
103 Governor 184 44%
81 MP 184 56%
61 Presidential 184 67%
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104 Senator 184 43%
100 Women Rep 184 46%
121 CAW Rep 123 2%
121 Governor 123 2%
120 MP 123 2%
119 Presidential 123 3%
121 Senator 123 2%
121 Women Rep 123 2%
173 CAW Rep 174 1%
172 MP 174 1%
169 Presidential 174 3%
194 CAW Rep 203 4%
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195 Governor 203 4%
190 MP 203 6%
176 Presidential 203 13%
195 Senator 203 4%
195 Women Rep 203 4%
54 CAW Rep 95 43%
61 Governor 95 36%
46 MP 95 52%
17 Presidential 95 82%
55 Senator 95 42%
54 Women Rep 95 43%
57 CAW Rep 88 35%
60 Governor 88 32%
41 MP 88 53%
28 Presidential 88 68%
56 Senator 88 36%
52 Women Rep 88 41%
88 MP 89 1%
81 Presidential 89 9%
85 CAW Rep 86 1%
85 Governor 86 1%
80 MP 86 7%
72 Presidential 86 16%
85 Senator 86 1%
85 Women Rep 86 1%
54 MP 55 2%
47 Presidential 55 15%
84 CAW Rep 94 11%
83 Governor 94 12%
78 MP 94 17%
62 Presidential 94 34%
84 Senator 94 11%
83 Women Rep 94 12%
88 CAW Rep 90 2%
89 Governor 90 1%
87 MP 90 3%
81 Presidential 90 10%
89 Senator 90 1%
89 Women Rep 90 1%
121 CAW Rep 123 2%
121 MP 123 2%
108 Presidential 123 12%
122 Senator 123 1%
110 MP 116 5%
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101 Presidential 116 13%
115 Senator 116 1%
115 Women Rep 116 1%
78 CAW Rep 139 44%
90 Governor 139 35%
62 MP 139 55%
46 Presidential 139 67%
91 Senator 139 35%
88 Women Rep 139 37%
113 CAW Rep 114 1%
111 MP 114 3%
101 Presidential 114 11%
91 CAW Rep 92 1%
91 Governor 92 1%
91 MP 92 1%
91 Presidential 92 1%
91 Senator 92 1%
91 Women Rep 92 1%
81 MP 82 1%
75 Presidential 82 9%
100 MP 101 1%
98 Presidential 101 3%
126 CAW Rep 128 2%
126 Governor 128 2%
123 MP 128 4%
119 Presidential 128 7%
126 Senator 128 2%
126 Women Rep 128 2%
39 CAW Rep 91 57%
49 Governor 91 46%
37 MP 91 59%
33 Presidential 91 64%
43 Senator 91 53%
41 Women Rep 91 55%
121 CAW Rep 138 12%
126 Governor 138 9%
116 MP 138 16%
109 Presidential 138 21%
123 Senator 138 11%
122 Women Rep 138 12%
88 Presidential 97 9%
129 CAW Rep 149 13%
129 Governor 149 13%
113 MP 149 24%
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38 Presidential 149 74%
125 Senator 149 16%
132 Women Rep 149 11%
103 MP 105 2%
89 Presidential 105 15%
71 CAW Rep 99 28%
76 Governor 99 23%
56 MP 99 43%
43 Presidential 99 57%
75 Senator 99 24%
75 Women Rep 99 24%
94 MP 95 1%
87 Presidential 95 8%
109 CAW Rep 115 5%
113 Governor 115 2%
98 MP 115 15%
59 Presidential 115 49%
112 Senator 115 3%
112 Women Rep 115 3%
140 CAW Rep 142 1%
141 Governor 142 1%
138 MP 142 3%
131 Presidential 142 8%
141 Senator 142 1%
140 Women Rep 142 1%
166 CAW Rep 169 2%
168 Governor 169 1%
158 MP 169 7%
131 Presidential 169 22%
168 Senator 169 1%
167 Women Rep 169 1%
45 CAW Rep 130 65%
51 Governor 130 61%
39 MP 130 70%
22 Presidential 130 83%
50 Senator 130 62%
49 Women Rep 130 62%
76 CAW Rep 129 41%
83 Governor 129 36%
74 MP 129 43%
41 Presidential 129 68%
79 Senator 129 39%
80 Women Rep 129 38%
147 CAW Rep 153 4%
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150 Governor 153 2%
140 MP 153 8%
111 Presidential 153 27%
150 Senator 153 2%
150 Women Rep 153 2%
131 CAW Rep 143 8%
140 Governor 143 2%
112 MP 143 22%
23 Presidential 143 84%
136 Senator 143 5%
134 Women Rep 143 6%
138 CAW Rep 178 22%
143 Governor 178 20%
128 MP 178 28%
100 Presidential 178 44%
141 Senator 178 21%
142 Women Rep 178 20%
62 CAW Rep 128 52%
79 Governor 128 38%
53 MP 128 59%
34 Presidential 128 73%
76 Senator 128 41%
73 Women Rep 128 43%
96 CAW Rep 106 9%
102 Governor 106 4%
88 MP 106 17%
61 Presidential 106 42%
101 Senator 106 5%
100 Women Rep 106 6%
38 CAW Rep 91 58%
)
45 Governor 91 51%
28 MP 91 69%
19 Presidential .91 79%
42 Senator 91 54%
41 Women Rep 91 55%
85 CAW Rep 138 38%
88 Governor 138 36%
80 MP 138 42%
69 Presidential 138 50%
88 Senator 138 36%
86 Women Rep 138 38%
186 CAW Rep 187 1%
186 Governor 187 1%
185 MP 187 1%
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183 Presidential 187 2%
186 Senator 187 1%
186 Women Rep 187 1%
73 CAW Rep 117 38%
81 Governor 117 31%
68 MP 117 42%
49 Presidential 117 58%
84 Senator 117 28%
75 Women Rep 117 36%
85 CAW Rep 93 9%
89 Governor 93 4%
80 MP 93 14%
46 Presidential 93 51%
90 Senator 93 3%
89 Women Rep 93 4%
84 CAW Rep 92 9%
85 Governor 92 8%
80 MP 92 13%
61 Presidential 92 34%
86 Senator 92 7%
85 Women Rep 92 8%
106 CAW Rep 113 6%
108 Governor 113 4%
102 MP 113 10%
87 Presidential 113 23%
109 Senator 113 4%
109 Women Rep 113 4%
63 CAW Rep 155 59%
69 Governor 155 55%
46 MP 155 70%
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28 Presidential 155 82%
75 Senator 155 52%
61 Women Rep 155 61%
73 CAW Rep 121 40%
79 Governor 121 35%
65 MP 121 46%
44 Presidential 121 64%
81 Senator 121 33%
75 Women Rep 121 38%
102 CAW Rep 107 5%
104 Governor 107 3%
102 MP 107 5%
101 Presidential 107 6%
105 Senator 107 2%
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103 Women Rep 107 4%
12 CAW Rep 138 91%
14 Governor 138 90%
12 MP 138 91%
11 Presidential 138 92%
16 Senator 138 88%
14 Women Rep 138 90%
143 CAW Rep 147 3%
138 MP 147 6%
91 Presidential 147 38%
146 Senator 147 1%
35 CAW Rep 59 41%
35 Governor 59 41%
30 MP 59 49%
19 Presidential 59 68%
34 Senator 59 42%
33 Women Rep 59 44%
117 MP 119 2%
113 Presidential 119 5%
10 CAW Rep 69 86%
10 Governor 69 86%
7 MP 69 90%
7 Presidential 69 90%
8 Senator 69 88%
10 Women Rep 69 86%
109 CAW Rep 118 8%
117 Governor 118 1%
102 MP 118 14%
45 Presidential 118 62%
117 Senator 118 1%
) 117 Women Rep 118 1%
97 CAW Rep 103 6%
94 MP 103 9%
84 Presidential 103 18%
102 Senator 103 1%
101 Women Rep 103 2%
36 CAW Rep 139 74%
41 Governor 139 71%
26 MP 139 81%
19 Presidential 139 86%
41 Senator 139 71%
36 Women Rep 139 74%
92 CAW Rep 102 10%
93 Governor 102 9%
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88 MP 102 14%
70 Presidential 102 31%
93 Senator 102 9%
93 Women Rep 102 9%
121 CAW Rep 124 2%
122 Governor 124 2%
116 MP 124 6%
100 Presidential 124 19%
122 Senator 124 2%
122 Women Rep 124 2%
89 CAW Rep 121 26%
97 Governor 121 20%
83 MP 121 31%
73 Presidential 121 40%
96 Senator 121 21%
93 Women Rep 121 23%
83 CAW Rep 118 30%
88 Governor 118 25%
78 MP 118 34%
75 Presidential 118 36%
85 Senator 118 28%
85 Women Rep 118 28%
79 CAW Rep 90 12%
81 Governor 90 10%
64 MP 90 29%
25 Presidential 90 72%
82 Senator 90 9%
79 Women Rep 90 12%
11 CAW Rep 83 87%
11 Governor 83 87%
)
8 MP 83 90%
4 Presidential 83 95%
10 Senator 83 88%
10 Women Rep 83 88%
9 CAW Rep 117 92%
9 Governor 117 92%
8 MP 117 93%
4 Presidential 117 97%
9 Senator 117 92%
9 Women Rep 117 92%
100 CAW Rep 142 30%
120 Governor 142 15%
77 MP 142 46%
42 Presidential 142 70%
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119 Senator 142 16%
114 Women Rep 142 20%
51 CAW Rep 103 50%
61 Governor 103 41%
38 MP 103 63%
17 Presidential 103 83%
58 Senator 103 44%
54 Women Rep 103 48%
58 CAW Rep 88 34%
70 Governor 88 20%
50 MP 88 43%
30 Presidential 88 66%
67 Senator 88 24%
60 Women Rep 88 32%
51 CAW Rep 144 65%
53 Governor 144 63%
42 MP 144 71%
32 Presidential 144 78%
55 Senator 144 62%
53 Women Rep 144 63%
138 CAW Rep 141 2%
139 Governor 141 1%
132 MP 141 6%
71 Presidential 141 50%
138 Senator 141 2%
139 Women Rep 141 1%
87 Governor 88 1%
67 Presidential 88 24%
99 CAW Rep 100 1%
97 MP 100 3%
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71 Presidential 100 29%
98 Senator 100 2%
99 Women Rep 100 1%
97 CAW Rep 131 26%
109 Governor 131 17%
86 MP 131 34%
47 Presidential 131 64%
106 Senator 131 19%
104 Women Rep 131 21%
111 CAW Rep 112 1%
111 Governor 112 1%
110 MP 112 2%
109 Presidential 112 3%
111 Senator 112 1%
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111 Women Rep 112 1%
83 MP 87 5%
70 Presidential 87 20%
86 Senator 87 1%
114 CAW Rep 127 10%
119 Governor 127 6%
106 MP 127 17%
80 Presidential 127 37%
116 Senator 127 9%
118 Women Rep 127 7%
125 CAW Rep 127 2%
126 Governor 127 1%
123 MP 127 3%
111 Presidential 127 13%
125 Senator 127 2%
126 Women Rep 127 1%
68 CAW Rep 93 27%
73 Governor 93 22%
57 MP 93 39%
36 Presidential 93 61%
71 Senator 93 24%
69 Women Rep 93 26%
72 CAW Rep 75 4%
73 Governor 75 3%
68 MP 75 9%
49 Presidential 75 35%
73 Senator 75 3%
73 Women Rep 75 3%
65 CAW Rep 66 2%
65 Governor 66 2%
J
61 MP 66 8%
50 Presidential 66 24%
65 Women Rep 66 2%
67 CAW Rep 87 23%
75 Governor 87 14%
61 MP 87 30%
50 Presidential 87 43%
73 Senator 87 16%
68 Women Rep 87 22%
75 CAW Rep 100 25%
77 Governor 100 23%
74 MP 100 26%
58 Presidential 100 42%
77 Senator 100 23%
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78 Women Rep 100 22%
43 CAW Rep 88 51%
50 Governor 88 43%
26 MP 88 70%
13 Presidential 88 85%
47 Senator 88 47%
43 Women Rep 88 51%
72 CAW Rep 78 8%
72 Governor 78 8%
73 MP 78 6%
31 Presidential 78 60%
72 Senator 78 8%
72 Women Rep 78 8%
68 CAW Rep 69 1%
55 Presidential 69 20%
94 MP 95 1%
86 Presidential 95 9%
101 CAW Rep 108 6%
101 Governor 108 6%
98 MP 108 9%
91 Presidential 108 16%
102 Senator 108 6%
101 Women Rep 108 6%
65 CAW Rep 74 12%
68 Governor 74 8%
59 MP 74 20%
49 Presidential 74 34%
67 Senator 74 9%
68 Women Rep 74 8%
57 CAW Rep 67 15%
) 59 Governor 67 12%
50 MP 67 25%
32 Presidential 67 52%
59 Senator 67 12%
60 Women Rep 67 10%
112 Presidential 128 13%
75 CAW Rep 87 14%
79 Governor 87 9%
65 MP 87 25%
45 Presidential 87 48%
79 Senator 87 9%
75 Women Rep 87 14%
85 CAW Rep 98 13%
88 Governor 98 10%
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Page 59
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81 MP 98 17%
62 Presidential 98 37%
88 Senator 98 10%
87 Women Rep 98 11%
102 Presidential 112 9%
94 CAW Rep 159 41%
110 Governor 159 31%
75 MP 159 53%
33 Presidential 159 79%
105 Senator 159 34%
103 Women Rep 159 35%
67 CAW Rep 72 7%
67 Governor 72 7%
)
65 MP 72 10%
60 Presidential 72 17%
70 Senator 72 3%
67 Women Rep 72 7%
73 CAW Rep 74 1%
73 Governor 74 1%
72 MP 74 3%
67 Presidential 74 9%
73 Senator 74 1%
70 CAW Rep 77 9%
71 Governor 77 8%
70 MP 77 9%
69 Presidential 77 10%
71 Senator 77 8%
71 Women Rep 77 8%
70 CAW Rep 134 48%
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91 Governor 134 32%
58 MP 134 57%
29 Presidential 134 78%
83 Senator 134 38%
76 Women Rep 134 43%
31 CAW Rep 106 71%
42 Governor 106 60%
23 MP 106 78%
9 Presidential 106 92%
40 Senator 106 62%
34 Women Rep 106 68%
95 CAW Rep 110 14%
104 Governor 110 5%
74 MP 110 33%
31 Presidential 110 72%
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102 Senator 110 7%
100 Women Rep 110 9%
27 CAW Rep 61 56%
37 Governor 61 39%
24 MP 61 61%
15 Presidential 61 75%
33 Senator 61 46%
32 Women Rep 61 48%
13 CAW Rep 84 85%
15 Governor 84 82%
10 MP 84 88%
6 Presidential 84 93%
13 Senator 84 85%
15 Women Rep 84 82%
88 CAW Rep 89 1%
88 MP 89 1%
74 Presidential 89 17%
77 CAW Rep 81 5%
79 Governor 81 2%
70 MP 81 14%
44 Presidential 81 46%
79 Senator 81 2%
79 Women Rep 81 2%
63 CAW Rep 64 2%
63 MP 64 2%
58 Presidential 64 9%
80 CAW Rep 83 4%
79 Governor 83 5%
73 MP 83 12%
56 Presidential 83 33%
) 80 Senator 83 4%
80 Women Rep 83 4%
78 MP 79 1%
73 CAW Rep 151 52%
70 Governor 151 54%
57 MP 151 62%
36 Presidential 151 76%
71 Senator 151 53%
68 Women Rep 151 55%
64 CAW Rep 122 48%
79 Governor 122 35%
60 MP 122 51%
46 Presidential 122 62%
73 Senator 122 40%
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71 Women Rep 122 42%
120 MP 123 2%
109 Presidential 123 11%
106 CAW Rep 107 1%
106 Governor 107 1%
103 MP 107 4%
64 Presidential 107 40%
81 CAW Rep 87 7%
83 Governor 87 5%
82 MP 87 6%
71 Presidential 87 18%
82 Senator 87 6%
83 Women Rep 87 5%
45 CAW Rep 97 54%
51 Governor 97 47%
41 MP 97 58%
29 Presidential 97 70%
48 Senator 97 51%
48 Women Rep 97 51%
142 Governor 143 1%
141 MP 143 1%
134 Presidential 143 6%
81 CAW Rep 82 1%
81 Governor 82 1%
81 MP 82 1%
71 Presidential 82 13%
81 Senator 82 1%
81 Women Rep 82 1%
81 CAW Rep 111 27%
)
93 Governor 111 16%
69 MP 111 38%
31 Presidential 111 72%
96 Senator 111 14%
91 Women Rep 111 18%
105 CAW Rep 106 1%
105 Governor 106 1%
100 MP 106 6%
71 Presidential 106 33%
105 Senator 106 1%
104 Women Rep 106 2%
110 CAW Rep 115 4%
103 Governor 115 10%
91 MP 115 21%
64 Presidential 115 44%
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103 Senator 115 10%
113 Women Rep 115 2%
34 Presidential 83 59%
64 CAW Rep 81 21%
70 Governor 81 14%
66 MP 81 19%
22 Presidential 81 73%
67 Senator 81 17%
67 Women Rep 81 17%
154 CAW Rep 155 1%
150 MP 155 3%
116 Presidential 155 25%
94 CAW Rep 95 1%
94 Governor 95 1%
86 MP 95 9%
40 Presidential 95 58%
93 Senator 95 2%
94 Women Rep 95 1%
83 CAW Rep 84 1%
83 Governor 84 1%
81 MP 84 4%
62 Presidential 84 26%
83 Senator 84 1%
83 Women Rep 84 1%
147 CAW Rep 148 1%
147 MP 148 1%
145 Presidential 148 2%
130 CAW Rep 132 2%
126 MP 132 5%
)
100 Presidential 132 24%
131 Senator 132 1%
130 Women Rep 132 2%
97 CAW Rep 100 3%
99 Governor 100 1%
91 MP 100 9%
61 Presidential 100 39%
99 Senator 100 1%
73 CAW Rep 76 4%
75 Governor 76 1%
70 MP 76 8%
55 Presidential 76 28%
75 Senator 76 1%
75 Women Rep 76 1%
74 CAW Rep 81 9%
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77 Governor 81 5%
75 MP 81 7%
62 Presidential 81 23%
75 Senator 81 7%
77 Women Rep 81 5%
69 CAW Rep 70 1%
68 MP 70 3%
53 Presidential 70 24%
61 CAW Rep 63 3%
62 Governor 63 2%
60 MP 63 5%
46 Presidential 63 27%
62 Senator 63 2%
62 Women Rep 63 2%
57 CAW Rep 90 37%
58 Governor 90 36%
39 MP 90 57%
24 Presidential 90 73%
59 Senator 90 34%
54 Women Rep 90 40%
117 CAW Rep 123 5%
120 Governor 123 2%
108 MP 123 12%
73 Presidential 123 41%
120 Senator 123 2%
119 Women Rep 123 3%
67 CAW Rep 94 29%
78 Governor 94 17%
61 MP 94 35%
)
33 Presidential 94 65%
75 Senator 94 20%
73 Women Rep 94 22%
66 CAW Rep 68 3%
64 Governor 68 6%
62 MP 68 9%
48 Presidential 68 29%
64 Senator 68 6%
62 Women Rep 68 9%
80 Governor 81 1%
78 MP 81 4%
58 Presidential 81 28%
80 Women Rep 81 1%
102 CAW Rep 118 14%
111 Governor 118 6%
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94 MP 118 20%
55 Presidential 118 53%
110 Senator 118 7%
109 Women Rep 118 8%
67 CAW Rep 80 16%
79 Governor 80 1%
58 MP 80 28%
38 Presidential 80 53%
77 Senator 80 4%
75 Women Rep 80 6%
138 CAW Rep 148 7%
141 Governor 148 5%
133 MP 148 10%
101 Presidential 148 32%
141 Senator 148 5%
143 Women Rep 148 3%
59 CAW Rep 73 19%
67 Governor 73 8%
47 MP 73 36%
12 Presidential 73 84%
65 Senator 73 11%
63 Women Rep 73 14%
101 MP 105 4%
77 Presidential 105 27%
107 CAW Rep 110 3%
109 Governor 110 1%
104 MP 110 5%
79 Presidential 110 28%
109 Senator 110 1%
)
109 Women Rep 110 1%
74 CAW Rep 80 8%
77 Governor 80 4%
68 MP 80 15%
25 Presidential 80 69%
77 Senator 80 4%
76 Women Rep 80 5%
80 CAW Rep 82 2%
80 Governor 82 2%
78 MP 82 5%
52 Presidential 82 37%
80 Senator 82 2%
80 Women Rep 82 2%
46 CAW Rep 140 67%
52 Governor 140 63%
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41 MP 140 71%
31 Presidential 140 78%
53 Senator 140 62%
45 Women Rep 140 68%
91 CAW Rep 114 20%
102 Governor 114 11%
87 MP 114 24%
59 Presidential 114 48%
100 Senator 114 12%
98 Women Rep 114 14%
86 CAW Rep 88 2%
86 Governor 88 2%
83 MP 88 6%
65 Presidential 88 26%
) 86 Senator 88 2%
87 Women Rep 88 1%
36 CAW Rep 85 58%
48 Governor 85 44%
25 MP 85 71%
14 Presidential 85 84%
52 Senator 85 39%
47 Women Rep 85 45%
20 CAW Rep 156 87%
54 Governor 156 65%
14 MP 156 91%
6 Presidential 156 96%
39 Senator 156 75%
32 Women Rep 156 79%
135 CAW Rep 141 4%
135 Governor 141 4%
)
128 MP 141 9%
112 Presidential 141 21%
133 Senator 141 6%
135 Women Rep 141 4%
113 CAW Rep 121 7%
116 Governor 121 4%
111 MP 121 8%
99 Presidential 121 18%
115 Senator 121 5%
113 Women Rep 121 7%
120 CAW Rep 138 13%
130 Governor 138 6%
105 MP 138 24%
64 Presidential 138 54%
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128 Senator 138 7%
126 Women Rep 138 9%
117 CAW Rep 132 11%
123 Governor 132 7%
113 MP 132 14%
94 Presidential 132 29%
123 Senator 132 7%
120 Women Rep 132 9%
129 CAW Rep 143 10%
133 Governor 143 7%
126 MP 143 12%
104 Presidential 143 27%
132 Senator 143 8%
132 Women Rep 143 8%
70 CAW Rep 143 51%
80 Governor 143 44%
61 MP 143 57%
43 Presidential 143 70%
76 Senator 143 47%
71 Women Rep 143 50%
13 CAW Rep 119 89%
23 Governor 119 81%
11 MP 119 91%
9 Presidential 119 92%
17 Senator 119 86%
14 Women Rep 119 88%
124 CAW Rep 136 9%
128 Governor 136 6%
114 MP 136 16%
)
76 Presidential 136 44%
127 Senator 136 7%
126 Women Rep 136 7%
6 CAW Rep 100 94%
11 Governor 100 89%
7 MP 100 93%
5 Presidential 100 95%
6 Senator 100 94%
7 Women Rep 100 93%
118 CAW Rep 119 1%
114 MP 119 4%
104 Presidential 119 13%
117 Senator 119 2%
74 CAW Rep 116 36%
90 Governor 116 22%
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66 MP 116 43%
41 Presidential 116 65%
87 Senator 116 25%
79 Women Rep 116 32%
107 CAW Rep 114 6%
109 Governor 114 4%
100 MP 114 12%
90 Presidential 114 21%
109 Senator 114 4%
107 Women Rep 114 6%
119 CAW Rep 137 13%
130 Governor 137 5%
115 MP 137 16%
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88 Presidential 137 36%
125 Senator 137 9%
129 Women Rep 137 6%
52 CAW Rep 122 57%
61 Governor 122 50%
45 MP 122 63%
31 Presidential 122 75%
59 Senator 122 52%
56 Women Rep 122 54%
171 CAW Rep 176 3%
173 Governor 176 2%
166 MP 176 6%
140 Presidential 176 20%
172 Senator 176 2%
171 Women Rep 176 3%
59 CAW Rep 115 49%
76 Governor 115 34%
51 MP 115 56%
)
34 Presidential 115 70%
72 Senator 115 37%
67 Women Rep 115 42%
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BARINGO NORTH 169 38 1 l ' 11 3 2
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BOBASI 148' - - :_=.-- 47 7.
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BUDALANGI 64 6 ____ . '--, 1 1 ===-_-=
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BUTERE _-.C 42 25------'22
BUTULA 89 , --15·---- ---·-·----, ---- 1 -----T-----
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CHANGAMWE ----- ------ 86 ------n- --- 71 7 ---9·-----6-----6
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EMBAKASINORTH --- - --- 100 -- - 89i-----gJ----s4----93
EMBAKASISOUTH ___ .. -==_=---=. == - 60_. ___ __ -=_-_ 8== 22:==---= __ 12
EMBAKASI WEST 114, 24 51 51 14 7: 7
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GITHUNGURI 127 70 24: 25 38 29 27
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HOMABAYTOWN ___ ____ .22 ==- __ 1-. __ ......! __ 1
IGEMBE CENTRAL 133 46 13 11 22 15 13
IGEMBE NORTH ---- - ---- -- ------------w7------ ---- 15 1 -----·1 -- - --T - 1
IGEMBESOUTH -- -------- ---------- 116 12, -- ----1 ------------
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KABUCHAI 98 36 10 101 17 13 11
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CONSTITUENCY NAME TOTAL NO OF POLLING STATIONS I Presidential I Senator ' Governor ' MP 1 CAW Rep Women Rep
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MAKUENI ___ __ ::::--=--==--==== _ _ ___ I ____ ._._
MALAVA . . _________ . ___ ____ _.£'_ ____ ....J.!_. ____ J!.. 21 , 13 9
MAUNDI 100' 91 87 , 85, 88 84 - 87
80: -:---=:'-== 3.=:--- - - 1 ----1'-- - 1-----1 --==--=.:...1
MANDERASOUTH 55 6 1 - ·- .. - l i-----
MANDERA WEST . ------- - -- ---- '42- ' 1 - -, ---- --- - -.
MANYATIA 189 144 58 49 91 , 71 60
MARAGWA ------ --.. ---- 121 -----__ ____ 82
MARAKWETWEST 128' 9 2 2' 5 2 2
MASINGA -_ .. - --_. -- - -ffi1-'-----m--- --135 -- 134
MATAYOS 84 78' 71 69'_-=--......1.! ! 71 ___ 69
MATHARE 81 43 ' 39 64 56 48
MATHIOYA _______________ __ 90:=- 88.-=-=- __ 88,--8-9' 88 88
MATH IRA 152 15 1, 11 3 1 1
___ --=--=--- 8i ---- .. -- 26 ----- 20 - _____= -19
MATUNGULU . ______________ .. _ 117; ' ------w4: __ .. = __ 72 76i 91 , 85 76
MAVOKO ___ . ______ ... 120: 111! _ _ _ 83,
MBEERENORTH ._. ______ . ____ . __ . _ 100. ____ __ _.1Q. ___ .. __ _,. _
MBEERE SOUTH 149 127 109 107 114' 112 109
MalTA ------- -- ---1 -------:- 6'---2 ------2
MBOONI ._--- -. --- 215 19 -2 ;----"2--3 -----1-, ---'--2
MOGOTIO .-----.------------ 153 42 , 3 -------3· ·--1-3;-----6-------3
''') - --- --- --. 49 46' =- -= 50
MOSOP" -- -----,---- --.----.. -- 115' -- -- --56---·--3-----2-- 17: ----6"-----3
------.--- ------- '-- 1: --=-'--' ----':=.Jt----:::::.::=I=---=-=
·35' ---____ 1: _____ 1 , ___ 6 ____ L ___
MUKURWEINI 85 36 14 13 22, 16 14
16 ____ .. __ 1-===-. 1
MUMIAS WEST 75 26 2 2 7: 3 2
MVITA ---.. ------.------- ---------132:-----s ·------y-- ----Z;--3 ·----2 ----'3
M\iiALA--- - - ----- -173 145 -141'-163'---153r 152
MWATATE ---.--_ .. - --" ----- -----
156, 69, 4'_ -- '-3 ---- 14 -- - 10
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MWINGI CENTRAL 172, 131 1 103 106 116' . ----:wg--- -107
MWINGINORTH -:---==-::-::-::-..:::.:...::...:.--=-_ 101 -===102" 121 113 - --__ 109
MWINGIWEST 141 60 8 3 2
NAIVASHA -- ------. --- -- 187 ---- 4 1 -----1'-- -2 ----1·----1
NAKURUTOWNEAST .- ------124 ---:-_126:==-, 126 =---=-- 124
NAKURU TOWN WEST ___ .____ 107 ·-----6 2. 3 5. __ . __ 5 ____
NAMBALE - - -'--- 6-1- - 46 28 24 37 34 29
NANDI HILLS .-------- -- ------ros-----16-- ._- -.------ --
NAROKEAST .----------- - ---sg·----Ii2------61---·--sg---·- 62 1-, --59 '--'-- 59
NAROK NORTH----------- - - -- - ---- +--. ------·--- 6:----- - ;_.- +-- --j ---- -- 2":----- --, -'-- .---
NAROKSOUTH -------------m. . 73 1 1:-'-16:-, ----9--- --1
NAROKWEST ---.--- .. --------w3- 19 1'------·-9'---· 6 ----"2
.. -. . -------93---------s7·--·.. 22 20, - 25' --'-24'
NDARAGWA __ -===-__ :=---= -__ --=-= 89. =-===Ts:' =-_= __ 6==-=-_ 1.=_=--=-__ 1.
NDHIWA 148 3 1 1 1 ___ _
101 33 1 ___ ._....l. _____ ...1
) HORR ,,_ _____ . 50 50 _ ...
NORTH IMENTI ------ - -- -- 130 - ----- - 8 -- ---11- +- --- --- '9
NORTH MUGIRANGO ----.- - . - --. -- . -- - 88--·---·2 3---------2'- ---- -2 - 5 '- ····--2 -----'1
NYAKACH -------- 115 51 12 12 - 24";-- - 5--------2
NYAlI"--------.-.--- - - - .. ----_s1---65 .. ---5s· ------· 53
NYANDO ------- -
NYARIBARI CHACHE __ . ____ ,___ --- -- 110=-_-=-::--=.. .....l1: ____ . ____ L _- ____ __ =-=-... 1
NYARIBARIMASABA 105' 28 ' __ _____ .. _ . _____ _
NYATIKE - ------m- --------so' . 3 3 15, 6 4
NYERITOWN --- ---------. 113 55' ----4-------2;--1 71------8-.------5
OLJOROK .- ------ -- - .. ---- - _ 17 =-:..-=:- - 44, =_ 4( -----'32
90' ---:-_-_ 22 1 , 2' 1
OTHAYA ___ .____ 112 103, - 97: __ =-= 97--102 ==--=-101._= ___
POKOT SOUTH ._.________ _ __ _____ ___ 203' 27 8 8 _____ ____ 8
RABAI 67, 3 1 , 3 3 2
-=.:-==-=---:::==-= = ---- ---- !;; _____ 2. ___ ----f .-
RONGAI - .------ : .. - ... - -- --- ---- 155'---'--" 127 -----ao- ----"OO'--- 109 92 94
RONGO ·------===_---·----76-------- 2-1---1 · l ' - 6-- -= 1
ROYSAMBU ---- -- 39--- ----11' 10: 17 14 11
RUARAKA - . --- ---- ------- -----:;-w-. - -108-, ---106'-- -- 105
RUIRU . --- .. ------------:---.. ------ -····--4s --.. .. · - 14'_
RUNvENJES -- - ---- .-- - - ---149' - .. - - m' - -'--81 -- ----71: -- 9 7 85 82
SABATIA .- --, ---- ------.--. 95 9 - --' ---------1!"-- --. - ----
SABOTI- ------ ---- - ---- ._- -- - - - -----s4------32' ---1 0------ ------ 11
SAMsURlT EAST--------- -- - --------- -+-- -89'------8 --------- ----------. +---1----- - - -- -.-- - ---
TOTAL NO OF POLLING STATIONS I Presidential Senator i Governor IMP 'I CAW Rep ' Women Rep
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SAMBUffirNORTH -------. --- _______ .. -------88'-- 36
SAMBURU WEST ___ ___ ______ 95c--____ __.!§. ____ __ _ __ ___ ____
SEME ___ . ___________ ___ .J1 _____ ._!L 1, 1: ____ 1. ____ .....1
SIGOR 123 4 2 ' 2 3 2 2
SIGOWET/SQiN---------- ------ - - 88 ------58·-- ----21:
SiRiSiA-- --------------- --- --------8-i -- --42·------ "8----8 -- "22----12--------12
SOTIK 144 112 89 91 102, 93 91
SOUTH IMENTI ------ - 169 76 13 141 27 -- 17 13
SOUTH MUGIRANGO .________ 118 63 ___ 8_· ___ _____ ..!E! L=__ 9
SOY 116 15 _ 1. I 6 1
SrAREHE -- ------.----- - -- --- - -------m;-! --- -- 36'--- --- 4:---- 3 - 10--- --5 ·----- - - 5
SUBA I
SUBUKIA ____ _______ 113
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SUNA EAST 70 17' : 2; l '
SUNA 'JILEST 63 _ =::-:-"":":..lli= ____ 1. ______ 1' ___ 3! _____ ______ 1
TARBAJ 45 4 3 3 ' 4 ' 3 3
TAVElA -------- 65'-----13-' --------v 41
TESONORTH -------.- ----. 106i ---- 97!-------sS+ 64 ' __ -·----· 75- . __ _____ -·- 72
TESO SOUTH --- ----------- 110'---- ------ro--- ------s: ------sr-- 36: 15 -- 10
I ETU , 89 - 27 - --- --3'------ "2;---6[----3 '---__ 3
THARAKA -----207--- -- -67'- --8 ' - ----"41 ----231-- ---9 --- 5
THIKATOWN _____________ 79 37 ___ 56, 44 35
TiATY---- ________________ _____ ._!.:! . 1 1 , 4 2 2
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TIGANIAEAST .______ ____ 121 ' 12 I 11 _______ _
TIGANIA WEST _____ 89 50 _ fl ___ --.!!; __ -..15 ____ ...!I _____
TINDERET . _________ --- -----------97----- --9"--- - I
TONGAREN 134 105' 51 43 76. __ ___
TURBO - ---- 139' ---9- 3- 48 49 77, 61 ___ 5_1
TURKANA CENTRAL 123 78 55 53 ' 73 ' 67 62
TURKANA EAST ---_. - ---- - ---- 69 ----5------1 '-----1;---2":---- 1 ------
TURKANA SOUTH ---- ------gJ' --- -- 8 -- --- 1------ 1" --4 -----·----1
TURKANA WEST 85 31 . 16 14 24' 18 18
UGENYA ------ - 83 ---------v----- 3 4 101 3 __
UGUNJA ----------------"]9.----- ------- 11
URIR-I----------------- - 90 66 31 32 51 __ 33 -=== 36
VlHtGA - - - ---------- --,- - ---------69---· --14------- ---. ------ -----; - 1
VOl --- -----_______ _____ 19-=--_________ 1
WAJI.REAST _ ________ 51 10 1 1 4 ' 4 3
WAJIR NORTH 71 --------5 ---- ------ ------2 - .. ---------
WAJIR WEST 71 --- -----"1-- -- -- 2' 2 4 3 3
WEBUYEEAST ---------72----- - - -12--- - 2 -----5 ---7 -- - --5 ------5
WEBUYE WEST 74 7 1 1 2 1
WEST MUGIRANG-O ---------- ---------114-----ss---- - - 23"' --------u;
WESTLANDS 156 ' - 136---------:rn
WUNDANYI ----- - - -- - - - 32 - - - - 2 2--- - - - 7-------4
YArrA ----- --- -- 116' --- """""85; --- - "84:----951 -----9 S ----a1
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VIHIGA 215 - EMUHAYA
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12 - MERU 056 - NORTH IMENTI
47 - NAIROBI 274 - WESTLANDS
06 - TAITA TAVETA 023 -TAVETA
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17 - MAKUENI 087 - KIBWEZI WEST
085 - KAITI
34- KAJIADO 187 - KAJIADO SOUTH
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31 - LAIKIPIA 165 - LAIKIPIA NORTH
18 - NYANDARUA 091- OL KALOU
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29 - NANDI 152 - ALDAI
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POLLING STATION CODE AND NAME RAILA O D I N ~ A UHURU KENYATTA
00100107 - BOMU PRIMARY SCHOOL/07 337 70
00100202 - MWUABU PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 327 119
00100203 - MWUABU PRIMARY SCHOOL/ 03 300 113
00100402 - UMOJA PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 303 151
00100403 - UMOJA PRIMARY SCHOOL/03 294 130
00101401 - CHANGAMWE SOCIAL HALL/Ol 225 90
' tJOUUlfJ.'lf-J.= - ' I'<H1111=f'K'1Ivli-\K-T- Stf1l3l3E7IJI' -LO ,j86
06000401 - KIAMUCHUMBI TEA BUYING CENTRE/01 3 259
06002901 - MARIMA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 21 401
06003001 - RUREA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 4 196
) 06010301 - MUKUI PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 23 556
06015601 - WIRU TEA BUYING CENTRE/Ol 11 258
11300101 - MURERA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 18 486
11300102 - MURERA PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 17 472
11300501 - TWIGA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 11 322
11300601 - TOLL VILLAGE/01 64 530
11301001 - KUMURA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 21 684
11301201 - RURII PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 24 618
21500101 - EBUSIRATSI COG PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 307 8
21500401 - ELUHOBE PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 237 3
21500701 - EMUHONDO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 188 2
21500801 - MWITUHA PRIMARY SCHOOL/Ol 273 3
21501301 - EBULAMBA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 192 1
21502302 - EMANYINYA PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 242 9
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23600501 - MAGETA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 306 4
23600601 - MITUNDU PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 573 8
23600701 - NYABONDO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 578 -
23600901 - RAPOGI PRIMARY SCHOOL/Ol 543 -
23601101 - SANDA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 201 1
23601801 - OYAMO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 392 2
23800401 - KINDU PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 447 -
23800402 - KINDU PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 442 1
23800602 - OKOK PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 501 1
23801002 - BURKNA PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 492 4
23801202 - ALAN GO PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 501 3
23801801 - OKAGO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 435 -
23802201 - OBINO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 433 -
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24000903 - AGA KHAN HALL (TENTS)/03 566 8
24004003 - OBINJU PRIMARY SCHOOL/03 570 4
24400701 - MIRIU PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 432 1
24406301 - KANDIEGE PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 238 6
24409901 - DIRUBI PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 470 2
24410601 - OCHOL PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 489 2
24409001 - ONG'IELORE PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 282 1
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03000201 - FAF KALALA DAM/Ol 355 13
03000701 - ALAN GO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 145 9
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03001201 - DAYDEY PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 222 · 59
03002901 - KADAKSO WELLS/Ol 51 20
03003902 - ALIKUNE PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 262 121
05601404 - NJURI NCHEKE STREET/04 100 537
05602902 - GAKOROMONE OPEN AIR MARKET/02 31 405
05603501 - KIAMIRIRU PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 26 493
05605001 - MWITHUMWIRU PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 72 546
05606701 - RUNOGONE PRIMARY SCHOOL/Ol 15 389
27400303 - LORESHO PRIMARY SCHOOL/03 367 250
27400105 - KABETE VETLAB PRIMARY SCHOOL/OS 298 341
27400704 - MUGUGA GREEN PRIMARY SCHOOL/04 407 206
27401207 - HIGH RIDGE PRIMARY SCHOOL/07 335 198
27401803 - KENYA TEACHERS TECHNICAL COLLEGE/03 251 265
02301301 - UTHIANI NURSERY SCHOOL/Ol 119 6
02302601 - .MAHOO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 447 114
' ) 02303801 - BUSTANI NURSERY SCHOOL./Ol 378 71
02304101 - MSHEGHESHENI NURSERY SCHOOL./01 249 51
02305601 - KASAANI NURSERY SCHOOL./Ol 170 18
08700501 - NGAAKAA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 246 12
08702402 - NGUKUNI PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 426 31
08705101 - NGWIW'A PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 514 43
08506201 - NUNGUNI PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 442 52
08510801 - MUSALALA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 375 15
18500903 - MULTI-PURPOSE CTR/03 223 157
18501905 - GK ATHI-RIVER PRISONS PRIMARY SCHOOL/O
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295 307
18503101 - NGUSSO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 79 105
18504901 - ILMAO/ESOIT SAMPU PRIMARY SCHOOL/Ol 126 33
18505701 - MASHUURU BOARDING PRIMARY SCHOOL/Ol 425 118
16500401 - MAGADI PRIMARYY SCHOOL/01 52 , 247
16501701 - ISLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 301 78
16506001 - PICHA NURSERY SCHOOL/01 86 39
16508801 - NGENIA SECONDARY SCHOOL/01 3 377
16510001 - ROTASHA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 288 25
09101801 - KAHIGU PRIMARY/01 5 552
09103101 - GITUAMBA PRIMARY/01 4 511
09104202 - GICHUNGO PRIMARY/02 12 359
09104501 - KAMAN DE PRIMARY/01 22 637
09105302 - GITHUNGURI PRIMARY /02 5 470
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--l3tJ-,' -KORWA PRIrv1ARY-SCI100t /Of 564 10
25701101 - GOT KODERO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 397 3
25702402 - RAPOGI PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 580 6
25705801 - MUKUYU PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 171 9
) 25706501 - LWALA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 558 1
02100201 - KIZINGmNI PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 264 132
02101301 - KIZINGmNI SECONDARY SCHOOL/01 440 180
02101901 - MBWAJUMWALI NURSERY SCHOOL/01 373 46
02102901 - MILlMANI PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 36 33
02103301 - MARARANI PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 74 20
15200601 - KAPKERUGE PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 215 69
15200701 - KERERI PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 11 250
15201901 - CHEPKURGUNG PRIMARY SCHOOL/Ol 126 96
15202401 - CHEMOGONG PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 73 55
15202701 - NDERIO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 18 234
22400901 - KIBISI FYM PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 355 17
22402301 - NAmRI R.C PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 204 12
22405301 - MILIMA FYM PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 411 11
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22409302 - TONGAREN D.E.B PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 311 19
22411601 - MARES I MAKET/Ol 204 10
03501601 - BERJINI DAM/01 369 4
03502601 - DODHA PRY SCHOOL/01 99 109
03702001 - MAJABOW CENTRE/01 99 14
03703201 - BILADUL AM IN PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 91 9
03703902 - ICF PRIMARY /02 195 154
07100101 - MOSA PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 207 23
07104201 - MBITINI PRIMARY SCHOOL./01 458 144
07107301 - NTHlLANI PRI SCHOOL/01 114 7
07109501 - KALIMA PRI SCHOOL/01 154 6
07112601 - KANGALA PRI SCHOOL/01 88 16
06400401 - KAMUGERE TEA BUYING CENTRE/01 15 409
06401601 - KAVUTIRI PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 12 386
06403301 - MACUMO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 5 304
06405702 - KANJA PRIMARY SCHOOL/02 3 466
06411701 - MIKUNDU COFFEE FACTORY/01 12 559
16200801 - NERKWO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 1 172
16201901 - BOITO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 28 383
16204001 - MORINGWO PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 17 288
16205901 - BENONIN PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 41 355
16211901 - SOLIAN PRIMARY SCHOOL/01 44 343
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RAILA ODINGA UHURU KENYATTA
337 70
The presiding officer in stream 2
received a phone configured for 3
and vice verse hence the results
300 113
transmitted are swapped.
327 119
303 151
294 130
225 90
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11 258
18 486
17 472
11 322
64 530
21 684
24 618
307 8
237 3
188 2
273 3
192 1
242 9
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573 8
578 -
543 -
201 1
392 2
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442 1
501 1
492 4
501 3
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Hall tents stream 3 received a
phone confirgured for Nyawita
Market tents stream 2 and vice
verse hence the results transmitted
547 21
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570 4
432 1
238 6
470 2
489 2
282 1
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145 9
222 59
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51 20
263 121
100 537
31 405
26 493
72 546
15 389
267 250
298 347
Typographical Error on RTS
407 206
335 198
251 265
119 6
447 114
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378 71
249 51
170 18
246 12
426 31
514 43
442 52
375 15
223 157
.295 307
79 105
126 33
425 118
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301 78
86 39
3 377
288 25
5 552
4 511
12 359
22 637
5 470
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397 3
580 6
171 9
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558 1
264 132
440 180
373 46
36 33
74 20
215 69
11 250
126 96
73 55
18 234
355 17
205 12
Typographical Error on RTS
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311 19
204 10
364 4
99 109
99 14
91 9
195 154
207 23
458 144
114 7
154 6
88 16
15 409
12 386
5 304
30 466
Typographical Error on RTS
12 559
1 172
28 383
19 288
Typographical Error on RTS
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The query that was generating the erroneous rejected votes is
Select sum(r.Spoilt) Spoilt, sum(r.Rejected) Rejected,
sum(r.RejectionsObjectedTo) RejectionsObjectedTo, sum(r.Disputed)
Disputed, count(distinct r.PollingStationID) psreported
,((((sum(cr.Votes) + sum(r.Rejected) + sum(r.Disputed) ) *
1.0)/sum(ps.RegisteredVoter))) * 100.0 turnout from candidateresultcr
inner join raceresult r on r.RaceResultID=cr.RaceResultlD
inner join PollingStationps on r.PollingStationID=ps.PollingStationlD
Where r.RaceID='FE8DB1B1-0343-E211-884B-70F3955EC982';
This query was supposed to yield Spoilt votes, Rejected votes, Disputed votes,
pollingstations that have reported and the turnout for a particular race. The
query consists of references to the table that contains the individual candidate's
votes (candidate result) for this particular race and the table that kept the "race
level" data fields (raceresult) i.e. rejected votes, spoilt votes, disputed votes and
pollingstations that have reported.
When run as seen below, the query givesthe erroneous value of 347,168.
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This is because we have made a reference to the candidate result table which
contains records for the candidates' .When broken down into its consistent parts
such that we can only reference the table that contains the rejected votes values.
The final (simpler) query is
select sum(r.rejected) Rejected
fromraceresult r
Where r.RaceID='FE8DB1Bl-0343-E211-884B-70F3955EC982';
When executed it gives the real value of rejected votes since it does not reference
other related tables.
It is worth noting that the factor that the real result is beingflmultiplied" with is
the same as the number of individual candidate records for that particular race. In
the case of presidency it was 8 and because this query was being reused for all
) other types of visualization. It meantthat when executed for any race with y
candidates, it would return the rejected votes as total rejected votes * y
This was only a problem for the race level values and not individual candidates,
for individual candidates- the computation is done per race.
,'y Illustration of the Rejected Votes Query
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In the Provisional Results Transmission system, a table caliedRaceResult contains one record per
Polling Station, per Race. It includes a field that stores the number of Rejected votes. Another table,
CandidateResult includes one row per Candidate RaceResult. These tables are illustrated in Figure 1.
racere sult
V RaceReslJltID
RaceID
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Based on a sample of provisional results data, we can illustrate the problem.
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The RacelD for Presidential Race in the RTS system is "FE8DB1B1-0343-E211-884B-70F39SSEC982"
and this value is uses as criteria for the query, to restrict the output to values for Presidential results
as seen in Figure 2.
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REPUBLIC OF KENYA
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA
ELECTION PETITION NUMBER 5 OF 2013
BETWEEN
RAILA ODIN GA ...... .. .. .. .. . ..... ... ....... . .......... . ...................... . ........ . . PETITIONER
AND
INDEPENDENT ELECTORAL AND BOUNDARIES COMMISSION .... . .............. l
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RESPONDENT
AHMED IS SACK HASSAN..... . ........................... . ............. . ...... . . .... . ... 2ND
RESPONDENT
UHURU KENYATTA .......................................... . .................... """..... 3
RD
RESPONDENT
WILLIAM SAMOEI RUTO..................... ............... . .......... ............... ...... 4
TH
RESPONDENT
FURTHER REPLYING AFFIDAVIT
I, IMMACULATE KASSAIT a resident of Nairobi and of Post Office Box Number 45371-
00100 Nairobi do hereby make oath and state that;
1. I am a female adult of sound mind currently engaged as the Director Voter Registration
Programme of the 1
5t
Respondent , The Independent Electoral and Boundaries
Commission ( hereinafter "the Commission").
2. I am an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and fully seized of the facts around the
voter registration exercise and results tallying as conducted by the Commission in the
presidential elections of 4th March, 2013 forming the subject of the Petition currently
before Court.
3. The petition is premised on a complete misunderstanding and misapplication of the
Principal Register of Voters and the tallying process.
4. I have in particular read the affidavit of Janet Ong' era in support of the Petition and
would wish to respond thereto as set out below.
5. The establishment and application of the Principal Register of Voters is discussed in
detail in the 2
nd
Respondents Replying Affidavit.
6. The issue of participation of the Presidential candidate' s chief agents agents at the
National tallying centre has been extensively addressed in the 2
nd
Respondents replying
affidavit but I would further wish to state the following in reply to paragraphs 42 & 43 of
the affidavit of Janet Ong'era;
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a. It is not true that any results were announced without the participation of the
Presindetial Candidate's chief agents as all the fmal tallies were availed to all the
agents at least twenty minutes before the announcements.
b. It is not true that any party agents including the alleged Mr Chirchir and Ms
Winnie Guchu were periodically allowed into the Tally Centre as all the agents
were kept in a boardroom within Bomas of Kenya.
7. The Respondent maintains that the total valid votes cast never exceeded the total number
of registered voters in any of the polling stations mentioned in Paragraphs 37-51 of the
Affidavit. The Respondents further aver that the tabulation of the Petitioners is incorrect,
as the number of registered voters used excludes the voters in the register of voters
without biometrics and those who were subsequently pennitled to vote on account of the
green book as set out herein under.
8. That during the voter registration exercise the commission used a limited number of
Biometric Voter Registration(BVR) Kits which then neccesitated a sharing of these kits
between polling stations located within the same county assembly ward.
9. The voter registration exercise required any person who applied for registration to also
designate their preferred polling stations and for the operator of the BVR kit to assign the
voter to that preferred polling station.
10. In the course of the registration in the respective registration centres some people were
inadvertently assigned to the wrong polling stations.
11. In order to correct the errors and omissions during the registration process, the
provisional register of voters was opened for inspection and verification to the public
pursuant to the provisions of section 5 of the Elections Act.
12. It is during this inspection and verification period that the Commission noted that certain
people had been assigned the wrong polling stations and ordered a complete audit of the
provisional register as against the reference book commonly referred to as the green book
which, was the primary registration data entry point.
13. All persons found to have been assigned to the wrong polling stations were then
transferred to the polling stations that they had designated during the registration process
and as captured in the Green Book.
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14. The transfers contemplated in above were subsequently factored in the Principal Register
of Voters.
15. The foregoing naturally resulted into a variation between the number of registered voters
in the Principal Register of Voters and that in the Provisional Register of Voters.
16. Further to the inspection of the register described above, the commission held a meeting
on the 18
th
February, 2013 in which meeting the Commission realized that the
Provisional Register of voters was about 99.5% accurate and that a number of names
captured in the green book which was the primary reference document had not been
captured in the Provisional Register of Voters. This was due to the fact that some of the
BVR kits had been either damaged or dis-configured and could not therefore relay the
data captured in them.
17. The Commission in abid to ensure that those who had validly presented their registration
details in the Green Book were not disenfranchised due to the part malfunction of the
Biometric Voter Registration kit resolved to allow those people in such special
circumstances to vote upon verification of their details.
18. That however due to the statutory time contemplated under the Elections Act, the
Commission certified the Principal Register of Voters subject to the resolution m
paragraph 18 above. Annexed hereto and marked IK/l are the minutes in that regard.
19. That following the above interventions by the Commission a consultative meeting was
held between the Commission Liason Committee and the political party agents wherein
the resolution was communicated to them.
20. The use of the Green Book in the circumstances contemplated above further resulted into
an upward variation of the number of registered voters in the affected polling stations.
21. Further to the foregoing, it is important to note as described in the 2
nd
Respondents
Replying affidavit that the Principal Register of Voters Comprised of the following
components;
a. The Biometrics Register (This part contains all persons whose registration
included their biometrics (Finger prints and facial image).
b. The Register without Biometrics also commonly referred to as the Special
Register.( This comprises of voters whose biometric features could not be
captured due to the nature of their work, age, or disability).
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22. The allegation that the total votes cast were more than the registered voters is based on a
computation that excludes and or fails to take into account;
a. The voters in the registers of voters without biometrics
b. The transfer of voters from one polling station to another ansmg from the
adjustments made to the Provisional Register of Voters during the inspection as
described above.
c. The use of the Green Book in the voting exercise.
23. The differences noted in the several areas mentioned in the affidavit of Janet Ong'era at
paragraphs 51-60 can therefore be logically attributed to the explanation above save for
the few unique instances which have been explained herein under.
24. In paragraph 51 of Janet Ong' era's affidavit a tabulation of the voting pattern has been
presented premised on the provisional register which table has herein under been
represented but on the basis of the Complete Principal register of voters showing that at
no point did the total number of votes cast exceed the number of total registered voters.
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Votes Cast compared against Special Votes + Principal Register
Constituency Constituency Polling
No. Name Station
048 Laisamis 58
048 Laisamis 66
122 Lari 15
Polling
Station
Name
Lokosowian
Lontolio
Primary
School
Nairibi
Primary
School
King'atua
Primary
School
Registered
Voters
According
to
Petitioner
123
146
53
319
Valid
Votes Valid
Cast Votes
as Cast
Registered per accor ding Special Special + Variance
Voters as per Form to Register Principal Registered
Form 34 34 votes Voters
18
375 330 375 45
177 160 124 177 17
785 319 762 1 320 -442
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Pililai
Primary
148 Marakwet West 21 School 218
Don Bosco
Training
186 ' iado West 109 Institute 5203
Magenji
Primary
196 Bomet East 7 School 151
Chepkolon
Primary
196 Bomet East 15 School 435
Kapkurongo
Primary
216 Mt 58 School 81
249 228 228
6700 5549 5583
292 254
706 643
168 144 144
399
181
31 249
1455 6658
141 292
271 706
101 182
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21
1075
38
63
38
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25. The tabulation above demonstrates how the register of voters without biometrics impact
on the number of votes cast vis a vis the total number registered voters in any polling
station. The areas marked in red are however exceptions to the general trend and the same
have been individually explained hereinafter.
26. THAT as relates to Lomerimeri Polling Station I confirm that there was a transposition
error in the form 36 which transposed the figure inaccurately.
27 . THAT I have been informed by the Returning Officer for Buuri which information I
verily believe to be true as relates to Mutuuma Primary School, that they relied on the
Green Book for voter identification in cases where persons were missing from the BVR
register. It is also reported that this list of missing persons was submitted to the
Commission but was not updated on the [mal register, thus the disparity. This did not in
any way change the valid votes cast in the form 34 for any of the candidate and was not
prejudicial to any candidate.
28. THAT as relates to Magumoni Primary School I have been informed by the Returning
Officer which information I verily believe to be true that in Chuka Igambang'ombe has
two polling stations with the name Magumoni Primary School. The First is polling station
number 60 with two streams of voters and the second is the contentious number one
thirty six (136) with a single stream of voters. The Returning Officer for the constituency
made a transcription error on the Form 36, feeding in the valid votes cast figure of three
seventy five (375) into the field for polling station one thirty six (136) while filling in the
valid votes cast figure of seventy five (75) erroneously into the field for stream one of
polling station number sixty (60). This is evidenced by the attached form 36 and requisite
form 34s. This did not in any way change the valid votes cast in the form 34 for any of
the candidates and was not prejudicial to any candidate.
29 . THAT as relates to King' atua Primary School, there was an issue concerning a Presiding
Officer from Mbau-ini Polling Station (21) who borrowed a Form 34 from a Presiding
Officer at King' atua Primary School. The details for Mbau-ini were fed on to the form
without any indication of their origin. It must be noted that there are two differing Form
34s for King' atua Primary School despite the fact that there is only one stream at this
polling station. It must also be noted that there is no Form 34 for Mbau-ini. The correct
Form 34 for King'atua Primary School shows valid votes cast as 302 while the erroneous
second form also marked King' atua Primary School and meant for Mbau-ini shows valid
votes cast at 460. An aggregate of the authentic form 34 from King'atua and the
erroneous Form 34 meant to tally votes for Mbau-ini will give us the contentious votes
cast figure of 762 recorded on the form 36. This did not in any way change the valid
votes cast in the Form 34 for any of the candidates and was not prejudicial to any
candidate.
30. THAT I been have informed by the Returning Officer for Saboti Constituency which
information I verily believe to be true as relates to Polling Station Sango Primary School
The recorded number of voters was three hundred and ninety six (396) voters in the
Green Book. The Returning Officer relied on the Green Book for both the total voter tally
as well as identifying voters on the day. This did not in any way change the valid votes
cast in the form 34 for any of the candidate and was not prejudicial to any candidate.
") 31. THAT I have been informed by the Returning Officer Turbo Constituency which
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information I verily believe to be true that as relates to St. Andrews Primary School in
Turbo that there were one hundred and thirty (130) displaced voters who were returned to
St Andrews before the poll date. This explains the variance between the voter register
(399) and the form 36 (529). These voters were relocated from Kipkeino Polling station
to St Andrews. This was occasioned by a shared BVR kit within the constituency and
operator errors, which displaced a lot of voters in the Constituency to Kipkeino, including
voters from St Andrews Primary School. The registered voters in Kipkeino Polling
Station went down from 878 voters to 439 voters.
32. THAT I have been informed by the Returning Officer for Kapenguria which information
I verily believe to be true that Pi1i1ai Polling Station there was a computation error of a
rejected vote which was subsequently corrected.
33. THAT in response to Paragraph 52, the 1
st
and 2nd Respondent state that from the
tabulation above and looking at the Principal Register it is factually incorrect to state that
the votes returned from certain polling stations were above registered. The Petitioner is
relying on incomplete statistics to make incorrect inferences.
34. THAT in response to Paragraph 54 of the Affidavit, the 1 st and 2
nd
Respondent state that
contrary to what that has been stated by the Petitioner, the audited and verified form 36
for Webuye East and Webuye West are the same as what was announced by the
Presidential Returning Officer at the National Tallying Centre. There were no variances,
as indicated in the tabulated results from Form 36 and the published results.
Below are the figures derived from the Form 36' s and from the Official Announcement of
Results, posted on the IEBC website. The figures show no variances.
WEBUYE
EAST
CONSTIT
UENCY
Form 36
Official
Results
00; :,
Dl erence
WEBUYE
WEST
CONSTIT
UENCY
Form 36
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Official
ResUlts
Difference
KA
DID
RU
KENN KENY KIYI MUDA MU ODIN VALID REJE VOTES
A ETH ATTA API VADI ITE GA VOTES CTED CAST
A
119 177 110 992 238 9631 78 16461 27806 320 28126
119 177 110 992 238 9,631 78
16,46
27,806 320 28,126
1
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
DID
KA
KENN KENY KIYI MUDA MU ODIN VALID REJE VOTES
RU
A ETH ATTA API VADI ITE GA VOTES CTED CAST
A
164 212 187 1288 269 14529 132 14819 31600 410 32010
164 212 187 1,288 269 14,529 132
14,81
31,600 410 32,010
9
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
35. THAT in response to the allegations in Igembe Central Constituency, the 1
st
and 2
nd
Petitioner state that form 36 shows the verified and audited totals after corrections of
transposition and other inaccuracies have been dealt with by Regional Teams and the
audit and review team at the National Tallying Centre. That in further reply to the
allegations on the variances in registered voters in form 34 and 36, the 1
st
and 2
nd
Respondent state that the correct number of registered voters in Nthambiro Primary
School (050) and Muumone Primary School (161) is as provided by the principal register.
In the case of Muumone Primary School there were eighty (80) voters who were on the
special register to bring the total number of registered voters to two hundred and fourty
one (241) which are not being included in the Petitioners' tally.
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36. THAT_in response to the issues raised in Kabuito Primary School (051) in Igembe
Central Constituency the alterations made by the presiding officer has been countersigned
and gave the correct number of valid votes for each candidate, this same number is also
in the form 36.
37. THAT in relation to the issue raised in Maili Tatu Tea Buying Centre a copy of the Form
34's are provided, herewith. That in relation stream 2 of form 34 of Buriruri Secondary
School (092) the form 34 is provided .These forms were generated in the respective
polling stations, filled in and signed by the respective Presiding Officers and the
allegations made thereunder are false and without merit.
38. THAT in response to the allegations made in Marakwet East Constituency, the number
of registered voters according to the Principal Register of voters were less than the total
valid votes cast. There was no inflation in form 34 or 36. Using the Principal Register
Voters the tabulation would be as below clearly indicating the total numbers of registered
voters were more than the valid votes cast in each of the named Polling Stations.
Metipso
Primary
School
Maina
Primary
Shcool
Koisabul
Primary
School
Liter
Secondary
Number of Registered Voters
167 167 82
107 107 270
66 66 66
290 290 o
234 249 15
375 377 2
129 132 3
290 290
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Chesongoch
Catholic 189 189 0 189 189 0
Church
Mungiwa
Primary 103 103 0 103 103 0
School
Chawis
165 165 0 165 165 0
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39. THAT I have been informed by the Returning Officer Marakwet East Constituency
which information I verily believe to be true that as relates to Kaproi Nursery in
Marakwest East that there were one hundred and six (106) voters in the special register,
bringing the total number of registered voters in Kaproi Nursery Polling Station to 175
voters.
40. THAT I have been informed by the Returning Officer Marakwet East Constituency
which information I verily believe to be true that as relates to Sewerwa Nursery School in
Marakwet East that the 6 additional voters are located in the Greenbook but not in the
database, hence the difference.
41. THAT I have been informed by the Returning Officer Marakwet East Constituency
which information I verily believe to be true that as relates to Lemeuyo PrimarySchool in
Marakwet East that the 7 additional voters are located in the Greenbook but not in the
database, hence the difference.
42. THAT in response to allegations made in Lari Constituency, the original form 36 was
filled at the Constituency by the Constituency Returning Officer in the presence of
agents. As the law then mandated the Returning Officers were to deliver the original hard
copy to the National Tally Centre and specifically to a regional team, which checked for
errors and inaccuracy of transposing the numbers from the Form 34 to 36. If any
inaccuracies were detected a soft copy of form 36 was generated and these
errorslinaccuracies corrected. The said form was again verified by a verification and audit
review team and given to the Political Parties Presidential Agents for verification. The
newly generated from 36 was signed by the team leader and the Returning Officer. Form
36s and other statutory forms referred to in this paragraph and in the rest of this
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affidavit, have been produced by the First Respondent through the Affidavit of the
Commission's Chairman or otherwise filed in Court in accordance with its Rule of
Procedure.
43. THAT in response Kikuyu Constituency the original form 36 was filled at the
Constituency by the Constituency Returning Officer in the presence of agents. The law
then mandated the Returning Officers to deliver the original hard copy to the National
Tally Centre and specifically to a regional team, which checked for errors and inaccuracy
of transposing the numbers from the Form 34 to 36. If any inaccuracies were detected a
soft copy of form 36 was generated and these errors/inaccuracies corrected. The said
form was again verified by a verification and audit review team and given to the Political
Parties Presidential Agents for verification. The newly generated from 36 was signed by
the team leader and the returning officer.
44. THAT in response to Juja Constituency the Commission relied on the verified, audited
and reviewed forms by Presidential Agents. The results in that form 36 were the same as
the results announced for the Presidential candidates. Attached herewith is a copy of the
said form 36. The results tabulated and announced for Juja were same as what announced
at the National Tally Centre in Bomas as evidenced by attached official returns as
announced by the Commission.
45. THAT in response to Chuka Constituency, the form 36 that was used to announce the
results was the reviewed and audited and signed by the Head of The Verification Team
and the Commission Secretary. The audited Form 36 tallies with the [mal tally of the
Commission.
46. THAT in response to Thika Constituency, the form 36 that was used to announce the
results was the reviewed and audited form 36 signed by of the Head of the Verification
Team. This form 36 has the same number of votes for Uhuru Kenyatta, 71,358 the same
number that was announced by the Commission.
47. THAT in responses to issues raised of form 36 relating to Kiambaa and Limuru
Constituency the original form 36 was filled at the Constituency by the Constituency
Returning Officer in the presence of agents. The law then mandated the Returning
Officers to deliver the original hard copy to the National Tally Centre and specifically to
a regional team, which checked for errors and inaccuracy of transposing the numbers
from the Form 34 to 36. If any inaccuracies were detected a soft copy of form 36 was
generated and these errors/inaccuracies corrected. The said form was again verified by a
verification and audit review team and given to the Political Parties Presidential Agents
for verification. There is no requirement in law that agents must sign form 36.
154
155
190
48. THAT in response to paragraph 56 of the Affidavit, the facts deponed are factually
incorrect and in fact all the audited and verified fonn 36s' in the mentioned polling
stations tally with what is in the fonn 34. An analysis bears this out as indicated in the
tabulated, attached herewith, a copy of the fonn 36 audited and verified at the National
Tallying Centre.
Ngeche
Chesumei 42
ck
630 319 19 338 322 322
Primary
-3
School
Kiboro
Emgwen 17
gok
260 262 0 385 306 306
Primary
-44
School
Prisons
Not
Ainamoi 43
Tea
630 0 Avai 670 500
Buying
lable
-40
Centre
49 . THAT I have been infonned by the Returning Officer Chesumei Constituency which
infonnation I verily believe to be true that as relates to Ngecheck Primary School in
Chesumei that there were nineteen (19) names in the special register, bringing the total
number of registered voters in Ngecheck Primary School to 338 voters, as shown in the
Fonn 34.
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50. THAT I have been informed by the Returning Officer Emgwen Constituency which
information I verily believe to be true that as relates to Kiborogok Primary School in
Emgwen , the voters recorded in the Greenbook were allowed to vote hence increasing
the total registered voters.
51. THAT I have been informed by the Returning Officer Ainamoi Constituency which
information I verily believe to be true that as relates to The Prisons Tea Buying Centre in
Ainamoi that as per the Form 34, there were there were five hundred (500) valid votes
cast, the differences were recoinciled as result ofthese computational errors.
52. THAT as relates to Vihiga Constituency Matsigulu Polling Station as indicated the
number of registered as indicated in the register were not more than the valid votes cast.
The difference of one vote between the form 34 and 36 relates to verification and audit
that was done to correct any transposition error or omission.
53. THAT in response to issue of Mathira Constituency and the various polling stations
listed therein, to the original form 36 was filled at the Constituency by the Constituency
Returning Officer in the presence of agents. The law then mandated the Returning
Officers to deliver the original hard copy to the National Tally Centre and specifically to
a regional team, which checked for errors and inaccuracy of transposing the numbers
from the Form 34 to 36. If any inaccuracies were detected a soft copy of form 36 was
generated and these errors/inaccuracies corrected. The said form was again verified by a
verification and audit review team and given to the Political Parties Presidential Agents
for verification. The differences are minor transposition errors that were corrected in the
audited and verified from 36, which in any event tallied with the form 34 provided by the
Presiding Officers.
54. THAT in response to Paragraph 57 of the Affidavit the results published for Nakuru
County were the same as what was announced by the Commission. The results for the
County were an amalgamation of the various Constituencies within the County. The same
did not change or vary from the audited form 36.
55. THAT in further reply to Paragraph 58 the results obtained was from form 36 which had
been audited, verified by the audit and verification team of the Commission. This form 36
were signed and verified by head of audit teams of the various regions.
56. THAT in response Paragraph 60 of the Affidavit there were no material variations
between verbal announcement and entries in the fmal declarations. As tabulated below
results in the audited and verified form 36 issued at the National Tallying Centre concur.
The official announcement is what is on the documents; there were no variations in these
numbers and what was published.
57. That the foregoing categorically explains the variations and ill advised allegations set out
in the petition and it is apparent that;
a. The petition is premised on an incomplete and therefore misleading register of
voters
b. The variances alluded to in the petition and the affidavits in support thereof are
ill-conceived
c. The grounds set out as supporting the petition do not therefore justify the grant of
the relief sought.
( ~ 58. All that is deponed to hereinabove are true to the best of my knowledge information and
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Min-1-3
MINUTES OF52
nd
SPECI ALPLENARY MEETING OF THE INDEPENDENT
ELECTORAL AND BOUNDARIES COMMISSION, HELD AT 6
TH
FLOOR IEBC
BOARDTOOM, ON18
TH
FEBRUARY 2013 lAT 10.00 A.M
PRESENT
1. Mr. Ahmed Issack Hassan
2. Ms. LilianMahiri-Zaja
3. Ms. MuthoniWangai
4. Ms. Kule G. Galma
5. Amb. (Dr.) Yusuf Nzibo
6. Mr. Mohamed Alawi
7. Mr. Thomas Letangule
8. Mr. O.J.H Oswago
Apology
1. Eng. Abdullahi M. Sharawe
2. Mr. Albert C. O. Bwire
In Attendance
1. Mr. Wilson Shollei
2. DismasOngondi
3. Stephen Ngeno
AGENDA
1. Prayers
2. Apologies
3. Adoption of Agenda
4. Certification of the Voters Register
5. Any Other Business
Chairperson
Vice Chairperson
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commission Secretary/CS
Commissioner
Commissioner
Secretariat
DCS - SS - Taking Minutes
Director ICT
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The meeting was called to order at 10.05 am
1.1 Prayers were said by Com Alawi
1.2 The Agenda as presented was adopted
1.3 The meeting was called to order at 11.00 am
MIN. 2/2/2013: Certification of the Voters Register
2.1 Members considered the report on the preparation of the register as at
18
th
February 2013 which highlighted the following statistics,
2.1.1 Registered voters with biometrics 14,352,545
2.1.2 Registered voters without biometrics 31,318
2.1.3 Confirmed duplicates 13,237
2.1.4 Number of exceptions 21,790
2.2 Members, noted that the level of accuracy attained was in the range
of 99.5% and considering the limited time and that it would probably
be difficult to obtain 100% accuracy approved the generation of the
voters register with this level of accuracy, which they considered
acceptable under the circumstances.
2.3 The Plenary therefore resolved to certify the voters register containing
14,352,545 registered voters with biometrics. It further resolved that the
31,318 registered voters without biometrics should be reflected in the
) special register and as previously resolved be allowed to vote.
2.4 Plenary directed that a gazette notice be issued in compliance with
the law. The certified register is to be uploaded onto the Commission's
website and the public notified of its existence.
2.5 Members advised that the Secretariat continues to resolve the both
the negative and positive variances in the register so as to eliminate
the errors between the Green Book and the Certified Register.
2.6 The explanations for the variances to be provided and is to be
considered on 19
th
February 2013.
2.7 Plenary directed the Secretariat to provide the necessary statistics from
the register such as age, gender, youth and other parameters crucial
for communication the status of the register
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follows;
2.8. 1 Register compilation and data preparation to start on 19
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February
2013 to 22
nd
February 2013
2.8.2 Generation of register by electoral units to commence on 23
rd
February
2013 and end on 26
th
February 2013
2.8.3 Printing, binding and distribution of the register to start on 24th February
2013 and to be completed on 28
th
February 2013
2.9 Plenary directed that confirmed duplicates should be dealt with in
accordance with the law.
MIN.3/2/2013: ANY OTHER BUSI NESS
There being no other business he meeting adjourned at 5.30 P.M
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BOARDTOOM, ON19
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FEBRUARY 2013 AT 10.00 A.M
PRESENT
l. Mr. Ahmed Issack Hassan
2. Ms. Lilian Mahiri-Zaja
3. Ms. Kule G. Galma
4. Amb. (Dr.) Yusuf Nzibo
5. Mr. Mohamed Alawi
6. Mr. Thomas Letangule
7. Mr. O.J.H Oswago
Apology
1. Eng. Abduliahi M. Sharawe
2. Mr. Albert C. O. Bwire
3. Ms. Muthoni Wangai
In Attendance
1. Mr. Wilson Sholiei
2. Beatrice Sungura
3. Dismas Ongondi
4. Stephen Ngeno
5. Nancy Kariuki
AGENDA
1. Prayers
2. Apologies
3. Adoption of Agenda
4. Certified Voters Register
5. Any Other Business
Chairperson
Vice Chairperson
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commission Secretary/CS
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commissioner
Secretariat
DCS - SS - Taking Minutes
DCS-Operations
Director ICT
Manager ICT
Manager Voter Election Operations
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MIN. 4/2/2013: Prayers, Apologies, and adoption of Agenda
4.1 The meeting was called to order at 1.00 pm after which prayers were said
Com Alawi
MIN. 5/2/2013: CertifiedVoters Register
5.1 Members reviewed the certified register and took note of the
explanations of the variance identified. It observed that a team of
officers from voter registration, ICT and Internal Audit be constituted to
report on the nature of the variances identified.
5.2 Appreciating the level of accuracy obtained, emphasized the need to
ensure that all those who enrolled should not be denied the right to
vote merely because the Commission failed to capture correctly their
enrolment as evidenced by their declarations.
5.3 The corrections are therefore to continue until all missing records are
identified and appropriately corrected. Voters who will have been
identified before voting day will be in the special register as it would no
longer be possible for them to be included in the biometrics register
MIN.6/2/2013: ANY OTHER BUSINESS
There being no other business the meeting adjourned at 5.30 P.M
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MINUTES OF55thSPECIAL PLENARY MEETING OF THE INDEPENDENT
ELECTORAL AND BOUNDARIES COMMISSION, HELD AT 6
TH
FLOOR IEBC
BOARDTOOM, ON23rd FEBRUARY 2013 AT 10.00 A.M
PRESENT
1. Mr. Ahmed Issack Hassan
2. Ms. Lilian Mahiri-Zaja
3. Ms. Kule G. Galma
4. Amb. (Dr.) Yusuf Nzibo
5. Mr. Mohamed Alawi
6. Mr. Thomas Letangule
7. Eng. Abdullahi M. Sharawe
8. Mr. Albert C. O. Bwire
9. Ms. Muthoni Wangai
10.Mr. O.J.H Oswago
Apology
In Attendance
1. Mr. Wilson Shollei
2. Beatrice Sungura
3. Stephen Ngeno
AGENDA
1. Prayers
2. Apologies
3. Adoption of Agenda
Chairperson
Vice Chairperson
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commissioner
Commission Secretary/CS
Secretariat
DCS - SS - Taking Minutes
DCS-Operations
Manager ICT
4. Communication from the chairperson
5. Voters Register at each polling station
6. Simulation
7. Any Other Business
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MI N. 7/2/2013: Prayers, Apologies, and adoption of Agenda
7.1 The meeting was called to order at 11.00 am after which prayers were
said by Betty Sungura
MIN. 8/2/2013: Communication from the chairperson
8.1 The Chair informed members of the need to be at the headquarters
during this period of the election. Members were allowed to go to the
regions to swear the returning officers
8.2 On the issue of the Press and Presence, the Commissioners noted the
need to for Commission presence to be felt and known. In this regard, the
Manager Communication is to organize the count down programme to
) highlight salient issues on the election as it relates to presence and
branding at this critical juncture
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8.3 The Chairman administered the oath of secrecy to the Commissioners and
to the Commission Secretary and directed that all officers swear in the
oath of secrecy and
8.5 On the issue of swearing of Returning Officers, the Director Legal is to
advice on law and the mechanism of swearing of the returning officers by
the Commissioners. It was also agreed that arrangements be made for
the swearing in of the presiding officers
MIN.9/2/2013: Voters Register at each polling station
9.1 Members considered the voters register at each polling station and
directed the secretariat to ensure that that two Directorate of Voter
Registration& Election operations and ICT Directorate confirm if all the
submissions from the constituencies on various amendments to the register
i.e. correction of names, wrong placements and non inclusion have been
incorporated in the register.
9.2 All changes that are necessary but came after the register was certified
should be in the Special Register since it would no longer be practicable
to make changes on the poll book system
9.3 Observing that that there is unreasonably high difference between the
Provisional Register and the Register containing Voters Biometrics, it was
resolved that Directorate of voter registration carries out an immediate
reconciliation
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9.4 In regard to the above, a team composed of officers from ICT, voter
Registration and Audit $ Risk should be formed and tasked to reconcile
and provide explanations to all the differences identified. The report
should ready for consideration by the Plenary on during its next sitting.
9.4.1 It was resolved that the report should at a minimum contain the following
explanations
i. Total difference identified
ii. Reason for the difference categorized into technical, operational
and other errors
iii. Type and nature of the difference
iv. Significance and Implication and
v. Recommendation on remedial action
9.4.2 The above report should be comprehensive and structured to address the
political questions and other broader and significant issues., i.e. if in a
station, there are more than 300 voters missing biometrics, this could be
significant and must be explained. The same analytical rigour is expected
in areas that other issues can be correlated with.
9.4.3 The team is required to cross check or revalidate their findings and
comments with the field officers or intermediary offices. In undertaking the
assignment above, the team/ Directorate is to work closely with each of
the Commissioners responsible for respective regions in which the
difference originate from.
9.5 While approving the generation of a register of voters missing biometric
) details for use during the voting day, members noted that because of the
delay or failure by the National Registration Bureau and Immigration
Department to submit the required confirmation, the register is to be
printed without their input. Consequently all were required to note and
take appropriate action in respect of any communication that may be
desired or any explanations that may be required.
9.6 Voters whose biometrics are missing but had enrolled and can be
evidenced and verified through various instruments used for registration
will be allowed to vote.
9.9 In regard to (37.1) above, a special register is to be generated and will be
used to allow the voters to vote. The confirmed duplicates will not be
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any attempted to vote.
9.10 The Special Register will be as per the format presented by ICT, i.e. to
contain details of the constituency, ward, polling station, name of voter,
10, Electors Card, Gender an date of Birth.
9.11
9.12
Plenary approved for the special Register to be shared with political
parties in a meeting scheduled for Tuesday 26th February 2013
Members agreed that stern action be taken on Voters who with multiple
registrations. These voters will not be allowed to vote and if they present
themselves they will be arrested and charged. Investigations are to be
commenced with a view of taking appropriate administrative and legal
action
9.13 Regarding the issue of Poll books, it was agreed that Face Technologies
be requested to comply with the contract and that IEBC is to provide the
necessary support to them to ensure the project succeeds.
9.14 in particular, it was resolved that Face Technologies be requested to
expedite delivery of the remaining 5000 hand held devices to ensure that
the devices are available for polling
9.15 The Secretariat was tasked to inform Face Technologies on the offer from
IFES regarding arranging for airlifting of the Devices from Hong-Kong or
China.
10.1 The Plenary deliberated at length on the list of Nominated Candidates.
They resolved, that latest version of the list of party nominees is to be
published and uploaded into the website by Monday 25th February 2013.
10.2 The publication will have a rider that IEBC reserves the right to ensure that
the nomination has been done in accordance with the constitution and
the law. The Commission will also ask for comments on the list relating to
how the selection has addressed the constitutional imperatives
11.1 Members resolved to gazettethe (12) County Assembly Ward
Representatives who are un-opposed in this coming election. The
gazettement is to be issued on Monday 25t
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February 2013.
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MIN.12/2/2013: Simulation
12.1 Members deliberated at length on the merits and demerits of holding a
simulation close to the voting day. After due discussion, it was resolved
that the Simulation exercise is proceeds as planned. However a budget is
required to be tabled before Plenary.
12.2 Concern was raised that the process did not pass through the necessary
committees for endorsement and validation. Members advised the
Secretariat to take note and ensure that in future requests of this nature
benefit from a wider consultation and necessary approval chains
respected for good order.
13.3 Plenary however advised that he simulation should not take the form of a
mini election as this approach could confuse and mislead voters who
might not come to vote again on the basis that they had voted
13.4 In regard to (17.3) above, the voting simulation should be conducted
preferably in batches of 10 at a time and the exercise to end by 3 pm.
14.5 As a consequence to (17.4 ), all to take note and adjust as appropriate
the direction of simulation to be one that is principal purpose is voter
education but which must be delivered in a cost effective manner. Use of
aircrafts and other unnecessary expense should be eliminated
MIN.13/2/2013: ANY OTHER BUSI NESS
13.1 Members discussed the issue of Security of polling stations and directed
that all polling stations particularly in certain risk areas be secured a day
before the date of polling
13.2 It was further agreed, that while the commission, will not be underwriting
any cost of providing security, the Police and the community in areas
where more security was required be requested to work closely together.
14.3 Members however noted with concern the escalation of insecurity in all
parts of the country and urged that all appropriate measures be taken.
There being no other business the meeting adjourned at 4.30 P.M
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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA
PETITION NUMBER 5 OF 2013
RAILA ODI NGA ....................................................................................... PETITIONER
AND
THE INTERIM ELECTORAL AND
BOUNDARIES COMMISSION .................................................. FIRST RESPONDENT
AHMED ISSACK HASSAN .................................................. SECOND RESPONDENT
UHURU KENYATTA ............................................................... THIRD RESPONDENT
WILLIAM SAMOEI RUTO ................................................... FOURTH RESPONDENT
REPLYING AFFIDAVIT
I, Anastasia Mutua, a resident of Kilifi County in the Republic of Kenya, and of Post
Office Box Number 1398 - 80108, Kilifi do hereby make oath and state as follows:
1. THAT I am the Regional Election Co-ordinator - North Coast of the Independent
Electoral and Boundari es Commission. In the just concluded 2013 General Elections, I
was in charge of the North Coast including all counties from Kilifi (i.e from Mtwapa
onwards) to Lamu.
2. THAT I am duly authorised by the First Respondent, The Interim Electoral and
Boundaries Commission to make this Affidavit on its behalf. Save as is hereinafter
expressly stated, the matters deponed to herein are within my own knowledge. In so
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far as the matters deponed to herein are within my own knowledge they are true
and in so far as they are derived from documents which I have read, I verily believe
these to be true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
3. THAT I have read a copy ofthe Petition filed herein by the Petitioner, Raila Odinga
and the Affidavits sworn in support thereof by him as well as other affidavits in rl
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Tal lying Centres in preparati on for the Gen eral Elect ions of, inter alia, the President
ofthe Republic of Kenya, which were scheduled for the following day. This was to
ensure that the election materials received from the Headquarters were distributed
appropriately and that the election exercise commences promptly without any delay
on 4th March 2013.
5. THAT whilst I was visiting the various tallying centres to supervise and ensure that
the distribution of election materials to the various Polling Stations took place
smoothly without incident that night, I received a call at about 1.30 A.M (on 4th
March 2013) from RAYMOND KAINGU, the Kilifi North Returning Officer who
informed me and I veri ly believe that they had been attacked. I am also aware that at
Chonyi in Kilifi South, the DO' s camp and St. Martinz Primary School polling station
had been attacked a short while before his call and, that the O.C.S and the D.C.1.0,
Kilifi who were part ofthe security contingent present at the Chum ani Tallying
centre situate at Chumani Secondary School (where he was) had rushed to Chonyi
together with a good number of officers to assist them leaving a somewhat depleted
security contingent at the said Tallying Centre.
6. THAT the said Raymond Kaingu further informed me and I verily believe that the
Chumani Tallying Centre was now also under attack from a group of unknown
persons, that they were under siege and a number ofthe electoral officials as well as
security personnel had been either seriously or fatally injured. He sounded
extremely very frightened on the phone and requested that rescue assistance be
provided as a matter of extreme urgency.
7. THAT the said Raymond Kaingu also informed me and I verily believe that he had
already conveyed tbe message to the O.C.P.D who had assured him that h ~ l p was on
its way. I immediately rushed to Kilifi Police Station where I was given Five (5) Police
Officers to accompany me to the Chumani Tallying Centre. I remember having
queried the duty officer whether Five officers were sufficient to repulse the attackers
but decided nevertheless to take the said officers and proceed to the Chumani
Tallying Centre given that I was concerned about the safety of the electoral staff
there.
8. THAT upon arriv31 at the Chumani Tallying Centre, we decided to approach the
premises fr()m the polling station side at Chumani Primary school- with only a
chain-link fence separating the polling station from the tallying centre. The 5 security
officers alighted from the car and went in to ascertain the situation on the ground.
They headed towards the main road leaving me in the car in the company of their
driver. It was pitch dark all over and we were unable to see anything.
9. THAT a short while later, the driver received a call from one of the security officers
who had accompanied us to the Tallying Centre informing us that they were at a
trading centre close by where they had met one of their colleagues who was
injured. It appears that rather than proceed on into the Tallying Centre compound
situate at the Secondary School from the Polling Station compound situate at the
Primary School, they retreated to the trading centie given the gravity ofthe
situation. He further informed me that I ought to leave the area immediately and go
to the trading centre where they were waiting for me as it appeared to be too
dangeroLis for us to remain where we were as nobody was really sure what the
status was and whether the attackers were still around or not. Based on his
colleagues account, he informed me and I verily believe that the attackers were big
in number and that he and the other police officers and security personnel who
accompanied us there were not prepared to risk their lives by moving in without
reinforcements.
10. THAT although I was hesitant to do so, I had very little option but to retreat to the
trading cent re whereafter we returned to Kilifi Police Station and waited until dawn
when sufficient Qfficers were availed to accompany us to the Tallying Ce(1tre. I
arrived there at about 6.00 A.M. and found that two (2) vehicles had been burnt and
numerous electoral officials as well as security personnel had been fatally injured. By
this time, the Returning Officer, Mr Raymond Kaingu who had sought refuge in the
strong room together with some other electoral officers and security personnel had
come out from their safe zones as had other personnel who hid in various
rooms/buildings and had survived the ordeal.
11. THAT we found Mr. Tinga Kalume, the Tallying Centre Manager, who l,ad been
seriously i.njured (but was still breathing) lying close by.A Red Cross Ambulence
rushed him to Hospital from where, I believe, he was discharged on 19
th
March 2013
after being treated.
12. THAT even though there was sufficient security the following morning, the polling
clerks and the Presiding Officer for the Chumani polling station appeared to be so
traumatised by what they had experienced the previous night that they were not
prepared to go to the station to enable the exercise get underway but wanted to go
home. I noticed that there was quite a crowd that had built up. I assumed polling
was underway but later in the day learnt that no polling took place there.
13. THAT the attack on Chumani Tallying Centre also necessitated the transfer of the
Tallying Centre to the Pwani University, Kilifi which was done in consultation with
and the concurrence of various party/candidates agents.
14. THAT in view ohhe attacks on Chumani Tallying Centre where the Electoral Officers
for Zawerani Primary School had been caught up by the events of the previous night
at the Tallying Centre where they had gone to collect the Election iVlaterials, no
polling could be conducted.
15. THAT 1 am further informed by the abovenamed Returning Officer, Raymond Kaingu,
and verily believe that the Mkunguni Polling Station situate at IVlkunguni Nursery
School was also attacked during the night ofthe 3
rd
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March 2013. The 'Presiding
Officer was abducted and left in the forest. The electoral materials including the
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ballot boxes and. papers were burnt. He therefore decided to adjourn the elections at
Chumani Primary School polling station and Zawerani Primary School Polling Station
owing to the prevailing circumstances as we tried to get someone else to preside at
the polling stations.
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15. THAT given the insecurity, it was impossible for the electoral officials to hold the
Election at the above Polling Centres immediately after the date appointed for doing
so or appoint a fresh date for this in accordance with Section 73 of the Elections Act.
However, given the number of registered voters at the above Polling Stations, I verily
believe that the Commission exercised its powers under Section 73(4) of The
Elections Act and went ahead to declare the outcome ofthe Presidential Election
having been satisfied that the results of the Elections would not be affected by
voting at these three polling stations where 1427, 183 and 340 voters had been
registered to vote.
WHAT I have stated hereinafter is true to my own knowledge save where otherwise stated
as to information grounds and belief sources whereof have been duly disclosed
SWORN by the said ANASTASIA MUTUA
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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA
PRESIDENTIAL PETITION NO.5 OF 2013
RAILA ODINGA ............•...•.......................•....................................... PETITIONER
AND
THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORAL AND
BOUNDARIES COMMiSSiON .....•.................•............................ FIRST RESPONDENT
AHMED ISSACK HASSAN .......•.•....•.................................... SECOND RESPONDENT
HON. UHURU KENYATTA ........................................................ THIRD RESPONDENT
WILLIAM SAMOEI RUTO ....................................................... FOURTH RESPONDENT
AFFIDAVIT
L JOYCE NAMUNYAK of Post Office Box Number 45371-00100 Nairobi in the
Republic of Kenya do make oath and swear as follows: -
1. THAT I was appointed under Regulation 3 of the Elections Regulations, 2012 as
the Retuning Officer in Endebess Constituency during the. just conduded
general elections of 4th March 2013, which elections were conducted and
supervised by the 1 st Respondent.
2. THAT I am well versed with the facts relating to the instant matter from my
own knowledge as a result of having conducted the elections, tallying and
declaration of results from each polling station at the constituency level.
3. THAT I have read the Affidavit sworn by Mr. Kennedy Otieno Okal dated 15
th
March 2013 which averments are misleading and misconceived and I wish to
respond as follows;
4. THAT on 4th & 5
th
March 2013, I was at the tallying centre for Endebess
Constituency at Kenya Assemblies of God where I received the sealed ballot
boxes and Forms 34 from all the Presiding Officers in the constituency as
regards to their respective polling stations .
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5. THAT on 5
th
March 2013, after receiving and tallying all the Forms 34 as
provided by the Presiding O f f i c e ~ s in the presence of all the candidate's
agents, I proceeded to prepare Form 36 as provided by law.
6. THAT I thereafter allowed the Petitioner's agent among other candidate's
agents to verify the results. The Petitioner's agent failed to acknowledge the
results as declared in Form 36.
7. THAT in any event I was not obligated to supply form 34 & 35 to any agents at
the tallying centre as the regulations envisage that the agents at the polling
stations would have been supplied with the same.
- ) 8. THAT consequently, I publicly announced to persons present at the tallying
centre the total number of valid votes cast for each candidate in respect to
each election in the order provided in Regulation 75 (2) of the Election
Regulation and declared the presidential results as follows
Presidential Candidate Valid Votes Cast
James Legilisho Kiyapi 215
Martha Wangari Karua 154
Mohammed Abduba Dida 104
Musalia Mudavadi 4,012
Paul Kibugi Muite 68
Peter Kenneth 140
Raila Odinga 7608
Uhuru Kenyatta 11,213
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Annexed hereto and marked "JN1" is a true copy of the signed and stamped
Form 36 dated 8
th
March 2013 for Endebess Constituency.
9. THAT I am aware that the said Form 36 was signed and dated, as
demonstrated by annexure "JN1" above and a copy given to the
candidate's agents present.
10. THAT I am further aware that Forms 34 & 36 in respect to the Presidential
elections were delivered to the 1 st Respondent at the National Tallying
Centre and the same was announced as stated in Paragraph 7 hereinabove
after confirmation by the Commission Secretary. (Annexed hereto an marked
"JN2" is a summary of the totals of Form 36 for Endebess Constituency
executed by the Chief Executive Officer).
11. THAT after the declaration of results, I travelled to Kitale to deliver Forms 34, 35
and 36 to the County Returning Officer.
12. THAT after the County Returning Officer, hereinafter referred to as the CRO,
had perused the said Forms, he requested that I prepare a Summary of the
aggregate totals of the total votes cast, rejected votes and valid votes which
I had erroneously failed to prepare at the constituency tallying centre.
13. THAT I calculated the aggregate at the CRO's office and in his presence.
However I could not print the same at the CRO's office as he did not have
the requisite size A3 paper for printing.
14. THAT I then had to go to West FM Cyber Cafe with the 1 st Respondent's
laptop where they have the requisite size A3 paper for printing, and I
proceeded to print the Summary of the results from the said laptop.
15. THAT it was in the process of printing the said Summary, that I was accosted
by members of the public and specifically the Petitioner's agents, who falsely
accused me of manipulating the results. I explained to the Petitioner's agents
r \ that my only purpose at the said cyber cafe was to print the result but my
explanation was dismissed and the crowd became. rowdy.
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16. THAT it is at this juncture that the Police came and I explained to them the
situation at hand. The Police subsequently put me in protective custody on
account of my own security.
17. THAT I am aware that while I was under police protective custody, my
Deputy Returning Officer made copies at the police station on the Forms that
were in my possession, which true copies were delivered to the national
tallying centre.
18. THAT I am informed by the CRO that he proceeded to calculate the
aggregate as was earlier advised and I can duly confirm that no
amendments to and/or manipulations were made on the forms.
19. THAT the charges preferred against me are not related to the presidential
elections but the National Assembly Election and in any event arise out of an
erroneous entry made by a data entry clerk at the tallyin,q centre which has
since been corrected. Annexed hereto and marked is a true copy of
the Charge Sheet
20. THAT what is deponed to herein is true to the best of my knowledge,
information and belief.
SWORN at NAIROBI
by the said JOYCE NAMUNY AK
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026 TRANS NZOIA 137 ENDEBESS 0682 MATUMBEI 034 NALULINGO PRIMARY SCHOOL 509 5 2 4 148 3 2 227 18 413 4 409
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026 TRANS NZOIA 137 ENDEBESS 0682 MATUMBEI 035 NAMUCHULA PRIMARY SCHOOL 686 3 0 1 268 0 1 193 47 561 48 513
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026 TRANS NZOIA 137 ENDEBESS 0682 MATUMBEI 036 MUBERE PRIMARY SCHOOL 715 5 2 3 72 1 1 77 452 622 9 613
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026 TRANS NZOIA 137 ENDEBESS 0682 MATUMBEI 037 CHEPSALEI PRIMARY SCHOOL 731 2 0 1 81 1 3 270 150 557 49 508
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026 TRANS NZOIA 137 ENDEBESS 0682 MATUMBEI 038 CHESITIA PRIMARY SCHOOL 205 1 0 1 17 1 3 51 94 187 19 168
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ELECTIONS ACT, NO. 24 ,oF 20 1 .
JOYCE NAl.'AUNYAK- 'day of l\Ilarch 2013 at KAG CHURCH
ENDEBESS -within, .. T;rans Nzoia County you being
meni.ber or staff of the Independent Electoral Boundaries
Commissiori to .. wit Returning officer t;ndebess Constituency
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