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Organisation : Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissions
Announcement : How,Where & Why to Register
Country : Kenya
Website : https://www.iebc.or.ke/registration/?how
How to Register :
1. How do you register as a voter?
** An eligible voter must present himself or herself to the registration officer with his/her original identification documents at the designated registration centre during working hours.
Related : CRS Candidates Registration System IEBC Kenya : www.electionin.org/2063.html
** The applicant fills the Application for Registration form (Form A)
** Registered voters will be issued with a registration acknowledgement slip bearing the voter′s details.
** However, this slip will not be a requirement for voting.
2. When can someone be denied registration?
** When you are under 18 years of age
** When you are not in possession of the original ID card or a valid Kenyan passport
** When one is un-discharged bankrupt
** When you have been found guilty by an election court or reported to be guilty of any election offence during the preceding five years.
** If a competent court declares you to be of unsound mind
3. Is an eligible voter allowed to register more than once?
No! A person is only allowed to register once as a voter in a constituency or registration centre of his or her choice. It is an offence to register more than once.
4. What is the penalty of registering more than once?
Persons who have registered more than once are liable on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand Kenya shillings or imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or both. Such persons shall be barred from participating in the immediate election and the next that follows.
5. Can a person transfer as a voter to another registration centre or constituency?
YES! A person may transfer as a voter to another registration centre of his or her choice within the registration period.
Why Register :
** It gives you an opportunity to vote and elect leaders of your choice.
** It allows you to vie for any elective position
** It allows you to propose or second your preferred candidate for nomination
** It gives you the right to nominate candidates for elections
** It gives you moral authority to hold leaders accountable
Where to Register :
Registration centres become polling centres during elections. The IEBC has 24,559 registration centres across the 290 constituencies. These registration centres become polling centres during elections. Continuous voter registration is going on at constituency offices.
It will be rolled out to Wards and registration centres once funds are available to carry out the exercise. It should be noted that the on-going registration of voters in an incremental exercise. We register only those who were not registered in the run up to the General Elections in 2013.