Voter Education: This is part of the IEBC mandate of conducting continuous voter education as set out it Article 88(4)(g) of the Constitution.
Voter Registration is conducted using the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) System. The exercise is ongoing at all the 290 IEBC constituency offices countrywide.
Nominations: political parties nominate candidates to contest in elections and the candidates are cleared by IEBC. There is also a provision for Independent Candidates who are not affiliated to any political party.
Voter Identification: Electronic Voter Identification Devices (EVIDs) are used to identify voters at polling stations.
Voting: Every Kenyan citizen has a constitutional right to free, fair and regular elections based on universal suffrage as well as be registered as a voter and vote by secret ballot in any election or referendum.
Provisional results are transmitted electronically from the polling station to the tallying centre using the Results Transmission System (RTS).
Results Declaration: winners in an election are declared by the Returning Officer upon receipt and verification of all statutory forms from polling stations.