Guidelines

Elections of Administrative Units and Women Council / Committees

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Preparations for the conduct of elections of Administrative Units and Women Council/Committees from Village to Sub County/Town/Division level have commenced.

The elections will be conducted in accordance with the approved programme. The mode of voting will be lining behind candidates or their agents or portraits.

The elections will lead to the filling of the following positions;

Guidelines for Election of Women Councils and Committees (Village to District Level)

The Electoral Commission has approved guidelines to apply during the election of Women’s Councils and Committees from the Village to the District Levels.

Additional information and clarifications shall be issued from time to time during the course of electoral process.

Guidelines for Election of Village and Parish Administrative Unit Chairpersons

The Electoral Commission has approved guidelines to apply during the election of village and parish/ward administrative unit chairpersons, and nomination and approval of executive committee members.

Additional information and clarifications shall be issued from time to time during the course of electoral process.

Guidelines for Polling for Formation of PWDs Committees

These guidelines shall apply to elections of Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) Electoral Structures/Committees at:

  • Village/Zone/Cell;(i)         
  • Parish/Ward ;(ii)  
  • Subcounty/Town/Municipal Division;(iii)     
  • Municipality/ City Division; and (iv)
  • District/City.(v)    

Laws applicable to the Elections of PWDs Electoral Structures/Committees:

Guidelines for Issuance of Voter Location Slips

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In accordance with Section 33 (1) and (2) of the Electoral Commission Act (Cap 140), the Commission shall, by notice in the Gazette, appoint a Returning Officer for each electoral district who shall take steps to inform voters as early as possible of the particular polling stations at which they are required to vote and also that the circumstances should be such as to guarantee orderly voting without confusion.

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