Editor's Review

Results for some counties are finally out while in others counting of votes is underway.

County returning officers have commenced announcement of results for Woman representatives, governors and senators.

The announcement of results varies from county to county and so far, some parts have had their results declared while in others, tallying is ongoing.

The county returning officers relies on the documents presented to him or her by the constituency returning officers.

Nairobi Leo has so far accessed results of some counties.

Here is the list of Senators-elect:

Migori County

ODM candidate Eddy Oketch garnered 295,228 votes, winning the seat.

Busia County

NRA party candidate Okiya Omtatah won with 171,681 votes.

ODM's Hillary Itela came in second with 59,276 votes.

Homa Bay County

Moses Kajwang' of ODM has retained his seat after garnering 353,882 votes. His KANU opponent Thomas Ojanga got 18,690 votes.

Kisumu County

ODM's Tom Ojienda has clinched the seat with a vote count of 413,121. Enos Kudi Okolo of Jubilee came in second with 15,575 votes.

Bungoma County

Ford Kenya Moses Wetang'ula has retained his Bungoma Senate seat. He garnered 286,143 votes.

West Pokot County

UDA party candidate Julius Murgor won with 72,240 votes.

      •Trans Nzoia County

UDA party candidate Allan Chesang has clinched the seat with a vote count of 123,793 votes.

 Uasin Gishu County

UDA party candidate Jackson Mandago has clinched the seat with a vote count of 252,800 votes.

Kakamega County

UDA party candidate Boni Khalwale has clinched the seat with a vote count of 247,860 votes.

Bomet County

UDA party candidate Hillary Sigei, has clinched the seat with 237,192 votes. Enock Kemei of CCM scored 57,745 while Weldon Korir got 41,106 votes.

Siaya County

ODM party candidate Oburu Odinga has clinched the seat with 285,595 votes. Julius Okinda Okinda, an independent candidate, came in second with 33,898 votes.

Tharaka Nithi

UDA party candidate Mwenda Gataya has clinched the seat with 71,246 votes. Samwel Ragwa, an independent party came in second with 46,205 votes.