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.
|President||18th February 2016|
|Parliamentary||18th February 2016|
|Chairpersons, Directly Elected Councilors and Women Councilors for District/LC V||24th February 2016|
Attached is a list of Nominated Candidates for
- Directly Elected Member of Parliament
- District Woman Representative in Parliament
- District/City Chairperson
You can download the Election Observers manual from the link below
A Brief History of Elections in Uganda 1958-2012
There are nomination requirements, which have to be put into consideration. These include:
• Nomination fees for various levels of elections
• Requirements for candidates to apply for leave before nomination
• Requirement for signatures of supporters of the nomination
• Requirements for qualification of candidates(Specific levels of academic qualifications for different levels of elections)
• Guidelines, materials/ and personnel
When a Voters' roll for each polling station has been compiled, only persons whose names appear on the roll are entitled to vote at an election (Section 19(12) Electoral Commission Act, CAP 140
You must be on the electoral register to vote in elections and referenda and this is done by registering and you should be 18 years by the close of the update Exercise conducted by the Electoral Commission.
Thus, when a Voters' roll for each polling station in a parish has been compiled and only persons whose names appear on the roll are entitled to vote at an election (Section 19(12) Electoral Commission Act 1997).