- According to the IEBC results portal, Kisumu Central had the highest number of polling stations submitting Form 34A at 89.64 per cent.
- Kisumu West had reported 79.14 per cent while Nyando had 72.29 per cent, with Muhuroni reporting 72.12 per cent.
There were delays in the transmission of results from various polling stations in all the seven constituency tallying centres in Kisumu county.
Although counting of votes cast started immediately after the close of the exercise, no results had been submitted to the constituency tallying centres by 11pm on Tuesday.
Little activity was going on at Kasagam Secondary School, the tallying centre of Kisumu East constituency, some minutes to 11pm.
The constituency has a total of 158 polling stations, but none had transmitted results to the tallying centre.
Even results from Kasagam polling station, which also serves as the constituency tallying centre, had not been sent by the time of filing this report.
According to the IEBC results portal, Kisumu Central had the highest number of polling stations submitting Form 34A at 89.64 per cent.
Kisumu West had reported 79.14 per cent while Nyando had 72.29 per cent, with Muhuroni reporting 72.12 per cent. Seme reported 69.23 per cent while Kisumu East trailed at 67.72 per cent.
Party agents at the Kasagam tallying centre could be spotted idling, with some taking a nap while the election officials had not reported at the hall.
However, security remained tight in the seven constituency tallying centres.
Only electoral agency accredited teams such as the media were allowed in after thorough scrutiny.
They were required to produce national identity cards, media accreditation card and their respective media house press cards in order access the centres.
At the county tallying in Tom Mboya Labour College, there was no activity taking place.
Roads leading to the heavily guarded facility were barricaded with armed officers checking vehicles before allowing them to pass through.
In Kisumu East, with a total of number of 93,177 registered voters, the contest is between incumbent MP Shakil Shabir (Independent) and Nicholas Oricho of ODM.
In Kisumu Central constituency with a total of 130,149 registered voters, the race is between Joshua Oron of ODM and the incumbent Fred Ouda, who is vying as an independent candidate.
In Seme with 62,045 voters, the battle is between James Nyikal of ODM and Agai Kadiri and Julius Owino, both independent candidates.
Nyando with 80,757 voters, the battle is between Jared Okelo of ODM and Patrick Ouya who is running as an independent candidate.
Onyango Koyoo of ODM is facing Omulo Okowa (Independent) for the 79,765 votes in Muhoroni constituency, while in Nyakach, Aduma Owuor is defending his seat against former MP Ochieng Daima (Independent), among others, to get the support of the 77,934 voters.