Only two women won political seats in Trans Nzoia out of 37 who ran for election.
Janet Nangabo of Jubilee was reelected as woman representative seat, while Sarah Lubano won the Kwanza MCA seat.
Lubano, who ran as an independent, got 2,630 votes. The incumbent, John Likovele, got 1,470 votes.
Nangabo garnered 98,752 votes against her closest competitor Christine Soita's 85,628.
She competed against seven other women.
Catherine Mukite, who ran for senator as an independent, got 22,231 votes, while the winner, Jubilee’s Micheal Mbito garnered 71,471 votes.
Milka Psiwa of KANU lost to ODM's Caleb Amisi in the race for Saboti MP.
Meuledi Mabruki of ANC and Milcah Nangekhe, an
independent, lost to Jubilee’s Joshua Kutuny in Cherengany.
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