IEBC’s new Strategy for Web Content

The development of content and service delivery using online platforms will now be more consultative and inclusive. IEBC’s field staff, who engage daily with the people, will assess the needs of the voters and hence identify relevant information and services to be availed on the Commission’s website.

The regional and constituency election officials from Nairobi region and staff from various departments will undertake research and collect information from all employees of the Commission countrywide. The outcome of the exercise will inform how processes will be reengineered and subsequently the look and interactivity of the website.


IEBC to Preside Over KMJA Elections

IMG 0283 200x133IEBC officials inspect election material for a past election.

NAIROBI: Thursday, October 24, 2013

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) will conduct elections for national officials of the Kenya Magistrates and Judges Association (KMJA) and its representative to the Judicial Service Commission on Saturday 26th October, 2013.

This will be the election of the Governing Committee officials of the Association. They include the President, Vice President, Secretary General, Vice Secretary General, Treasurer and Vice Treasurer.


By-elections a Big Success


Friday, October 18, 2013
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) last night successfully concluded several by-elections countrywide, with many voters saying the process was fast, free and fair. The electoral body largely realized its logistical and administrative strategies. All the provisional results, which were transmitted electronically, came through 100% between 9-10pm.  Large screens were put up at various tallying centres for the public to view the results.  Provisions were also made for those who wished to access the results in real time online and on mobile phones. Most TV and Radio stations also relayed the results in live broadcasts from the various tallying centres. The provisional results were as follows:


Voting ends, Counting starts

By-elections in 13 electoral areas-one County seat, two National Assembly (MP) and 10 County Assembly Wards (CAW s), which started 6am, have come to an end. The next process is to count the votes and transmit to various tallying centres. The entire process went on well despite the poor voter turn-out observed in some areas. The tallying centres are as follows.

COUNTY/Constituency Tallying Centre Location
Siaya County Tallying Hall IEBC Offices Alego Usonga
Ugenya Ukwala Town Council Hall
Ugunja Ambira Secondary School
Alego Usonga Siaya Institute of Technology
Gem Sawagongo High School
Bondo Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University
Kapenguria Mtelo Hall
Kahawa Sukari PCEA Primary School Hall
Lagdera Benane Secondary School
Rarieda Chianda Secondary School
Kibwezi West Kibwezi Technical Training Institute
Matungulu  Tala Catholic Parish Hall
Ilima Inyokoni Sec School

Polling Opens in Siaya, Matungulu and Kibwezi West

IMG 2740 200x133A voter casts her vote in the Gurbernatorial by-election in Siaya County.

Thursday, October 17, 2013, 8.00am
Voters in Siaya County, Matungulu and Kibwezi West Constituencies have returned to the polls to elect a Governor and Members of the National Assembly respectively.

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is also conducting by-elections in Mnagei, Benane, Kahawa Sukari and Ilima County Assembly Wards. This is the second set of by-elections after the March 4 General Elections, the first being a Senatorial by-election in Makueni County on 26th July, 2013.


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