Race for Governor
Jubilee party won 25 Governors seats, followed by Orange Democrative Party, 13 seats. Two candidates Mohamed A. Kuti of Isiolo and Ndiritu Muriithi of Laikipia defied the odds and won as Independents
3 out of the 10 women who run for Governor were successful. Anne Waiguru (Jubilee/Kirinyaga) Joyce Laboso (Jubilee/Bomet) and Charity Ngilu (NARC/Kitui) beat their male counterparts to make history as Kenya’s first female County Governors.
Jubilee Party won 24 Senate seats followed by Orange Democratic Party’s 13 seats. One candidate Charles Ruebenson Kibiri of Kirinyaga defied the odds and won as an Independent.
Race for Senator
Susan Wakarura Kihika (Jubilee/Nakuru), Fatuma Dullo (Jubilee/Isiolo) and Margaret Jepkoech Kamar (Jubilee/Uasin Gishu) were elected to the Senate.
Jubilee Party won 139 seats in the National Assembly, followed by Orange Democratic Party with 63 seats. Thirteen candidates won as Independents.
22 women were elected to the National Assembly
Majority of elected Women Representative are from the jubilee party.
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