Aside from the well-known Forms 34A, which are used in the documentation of Presidential election results and the announcement of Presidential winners, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) provides forms for other political seats during elections.
They include seats for the Gubernatorial, Senatorial, Parliamentary (MP), Women Representatives, and MCAs.
*Here are the forms used in the result tallying process for the aforementioned positions:*
They are used to announce the results of elections for Members of Parliament.
Final results for MPs are entered into Forms 35A at all polling stations. They are then taken to the constituency polling station, where the votes are counted and recorded on a Form 35B.
The Form 35C is created by combining all Forms 35B, and it is used to declare the parliamentary seat winner.
They are used to announce results for County Assembly Members.
The Forms 36 follow the same steps as the Forms 35 in terms of three-way transmission.
MCA results are entered into Form 36A at polling stations. They are transferred to the constituency polling station and entered into Form 36B.
The results are then tabulated and entered into Form 36C, which is used to announce the winner.
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Final tallies are entered into Form 37A at polling stations and then transferred to Form 37B at the Constituency tallying center.
The forms are then merged into a Form 37C, which includes verified total tallies, and transported to the County tallying center, where the numbers are added to create Form 37C.
Form 37D is created after the official tallies from Form 37C are merged.
The document will be used as the official document to announce the winner.
The document must also be signed by the County Returning Officer (CRO).
They’re used to announce Senate election results.
Similarly to the streaming process observed in Forms 37, Forms 38 follow the same procedure, with the winner being announced on a Form 38D.
These forms are dedicated for Women Representative results.
The forms go through the same procedure as seen in Forms 37 and 38.
The Women Rep position goes beyond that of other MPs, which is why they receive Form 39D rather than 39C as some might argue. For this reason, special positions in parliament were created for them by the Constitution.
Unlike MPs who represent a constitutionally-level office, they represent a county-level position.