Editor's Review

A section of candidates who were eyeing the gubernatorial positions has also conceded defeat. 

The results for the gubernatorial race have been streaming in since Thursday, August 11.

A section of candidates who were eyeing the gubernatorial positions has also conceded defeat. 

Here is the list of winners so far; 

1. Homa Bay County - ODM’s Gladys Wanga has been elected the Homa Bay Governor after garnering 244,559 votes against his fierce competitor and Independent candidate Evans Kidero who got 154,182 votes.

2. Bomet County - Hillary Barchok was on Friday declared the winner after defeating his close rival Isaac Ruto. Barchok garnered 158,798 votes while Ruto got 137,323 votes.

3. Trans Nzoia CountyFormer Regional Commissioner George Natembeya has won the Trans Nzoia governor seat. He garnered 158,919 votes against his competitor Chris Wamalwa of Ford Kenya came in second with 79,020 votes. 

Former Regional Commissioner George Natembeya

4. Busia County - ODM's Paul Otuoma got 164,478 votes to clinch the seat while John Sakwa of ANC emerged second with 92,144 votes.

5. Kisumu County - Governor Anyang Nyong'o was reelected after garnering 319, 957 votes against his competitor Jacktone Ranguma who got 100, 600 votes. 

6. Nyamira County - Nyamira Governor Amos Nyaribo of UPA was reelected by polling 82,090 votes, his closest opponent Walter Nyambati of UDA garnered 49,281 votes. 

7. Uasin Gishu County - Jonathan Bii of UDA has been elected governor after garnering 214,036 votes edging Independent candidate Zedekiah Bundotich who garnered 127,013 votes. 

8. Migori County - Migori County - ODM’s Ochilo Ayacko won the Migori Governor seat with 175,226 votes; DAP-K’s John Pesa came in second with 126,171 votes. 

9.  Nandi County - Stephen Kipyego Arap Sang (UDA) was declared the winner after getting 237,045 votes followed by former Governor Cleophas Lagat (Independent) with 54,375 votes. 

10. Nakuru CountyNSenator Susan Kihika has been elected the third governor of Nakuru County after she garnered 440,797 votes. Incumbent Lee Kinyanjui of the Jubilee party was second with 225,351 votes.