•Constituency level deals with Members of the national assembly and members of the county assembly.
•The national tallying centre at the Bomas of Kenya caters for presidential elections. County tallying centres sort out the governor, senate and woman rep seats.
IEBC officials across the country are still counting votes, 12 hours after most polling stations closed.
A number of Kenyans are glued to different TV stations and media houses' websites following up with the counting process that has been ongoing throughout the night.
IEBC chairman and national returning officer Wafula Chebukati on Tuesday said election results are being tallied at the National, county and constituency levels.
Constituency level deals with Members of the national assembly and members of the county assembly.
The national tallying centre at the Bomas of Kenya caters for presidential elections. County tallying centres sort out the governor, senate and woman rep seats.
Speaking at the Bomas of Kenya, Chebukati said proper planning and management of tallying centres is key to a transparent and credible election.
As of 6.35 am, a record 42,238 polling stations had transmitted Form 34As to the national tallying center at Bomas of Kenya.
Electoral results for MPs, Governors, senators and women reps are out for some regions in the country while the exercise is ongoing in most regions.
Some of the candidates who conceded defeat include; Kiambu governor candidate Moses Kuria, Taveta MP candidate Naomi Shaban and Bonchari MP candidate Cliff Ombeta.
Naomi Shaban congratulated her competitor Bwire Okano of Wiper party.
"Good people, there is time for everything. Well done team Bwire," she said.
Cliff Ombeta broke the news through his Twitter handle Wednesday morning.
"Bonchari Enyia has and always will be in my heart. Those who believed in me, we will keep it alive. This will not be our end politically," Ombeta said.
Moses Kuria, in a statement on Facebook Tuesday night, said he is heading back to the private sector after eight years of service as MP.
"I enjoyed every minute of my 8 years in elective politics. Back to the private sector. Happily," Kuria said.