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In Pictures: Homa Bay by-election under way

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By Standard Digital | February 12th 2015

Homa Bay County residents lined up early Thursday morning to elect their representative in the Senate in a much anticipated by-election.

The mini-poll to replace the late Otieno Kajwang was postponed for two weeks, from earlier date of February 2.

Eight candidates are battling out in the poll. All polling stations opened at 6am as planned.

Voters queue at Homa Bay Primary School to cast their ballot in the Homa Bay Senatorial by-election.
Voters queue at Homa Bay Primary School to cast their ballot in the Homa Bay Senatorial by-election.

A voter's documents are scrutinised at Homa Bay Primary School during the Homa Bay senatorial by-election.

 

A voter at Homa Bay Primary School collects ballot papers during the Homa Bay senatorial by-election.

A voter at Homa Bay Primary School collects ballot papers during the Homa Bay senatorial by-election.

A voter cats her ballot at Homa Bay Primary School

A voter cats his ballot at Homa Bay Primary School

 

A voter's finger being marked by an election official at Homa Bay Primary School after he cast his ballot to elect the next Homa Bay senator.

Photos by Titus Munala

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