The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has already declare the winners of the County Woman Representative seats in all the 47 counties.
The Woman Representative position was created by the 2010 Constitution to address the gender discrepancies in the country's representation.
A number of incumbent Woman MPs have retained their seats, while others have been trounced by new comers.
Kenyans.co.ke has compiled a list of all elected Woman Representatives as declared by the IEBC.
Woman Reps-Elect Who Retained Their Seats
Nairobi Woman Rep, Esther Passaris, was on Sunday, August 14, declared as the Woman MP for Nairobi City County. Passaris won the contest after bagging 698,929 votes, trouncing UDA's Millicent Omanga.
Other incumbents who retained their seats include Elsie Muhanda (Kakamega), Gertrude Mwanyanje (Kilifi), Dorice Toto Aburi (Kisii), Irene Kasalu (Kitui), Rahab Mukami (Nyeri) and Joyce Kamene (Machakos).
Also joining the list of those who retained their seats are Rose Museo (Makueni), Liza Chelule Chepkorir (Nakuru), Jerusha Momanyi (Nyamira), Christine Ombaka (Siaya), Lydia Haika (Taita Taveta), Gladys Sholei (Uasin Gishu) and Beatrice Adagala (Vihiga).
Woman Reps Elected as Independent Candidates
Three independent candidates were declared Woman Rep-elects in the just concluded General Election. They include Fatuma Mohamed (Migori), Caroline Ngelechei (Elgeyo Marakwet) and Muthoni Marubu (Lamu).
Newly Elected Woman MPs
Kericho's Beatrice Kemei was declared duly elected by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) after she ran unopposed.
24-year-old Linet Chepkorir, famously known as Toto, became the youngest-ever Woman Rep to be elected. Chepkorir amassed 242,775 votes and was consequently declared Bomet's representative in the National Assembly.
Cynthia Jepkosgei Muge was announced as Nandi County's duly elected Woman Rep. Muge made history in the county after she was elected as the Member of County Assembly (MCA) for Kilibwoni Ward at the age of 24 years.
The sister to Azimio la Umoja presidential flagbearer Raila Odinga, Ruth Odinga, was announced as the Woman MP for Kisumu County after mustering 304,293 votes in the contest.
Muge and Chepkorir will be joined by Fatuma Masito (Kwale), Jane Kagiri (Laikipia) , Umulkheir Kassim (Mandera), Naomi Jillo Wako (Marsabit), Elizabeth Karambu (Meru) and Zamzam Mohammed (Mombasa).
Others newcomers are Betty Maina (Murang'a), Njeri Maina (Kirinyaga), Rebecca Tonkei (Narok), Faith Gitau (Nyandarua), Pauline Lenguris (Samburu), Amina Dika Abdullahi (Tana River), Susan Ngugi (Tharaka Nithi), Lillian Chebet Siyoi (Trans Nzoia), Cecilia Asinyen (Turkana), Fatuma Abdi Jehow (Wajir) and Rael Aleutum Kasiwai (West Pokot).
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