Good morning all.
A quick reminder for everyone, there have been three counting processes
Where I have the official IEBC count, I have reapplied their changes to my unverified count.
I will now
(1) capture any new scanned 34bs which came into the portal overnight night (DONE) then
(2) apply the corrections IEBC have made to my records.
In the last 12 hours only TWO of the missing 34B scans have come in. Not great. No reason of any sort has yet been given publicly for what has happened to the remaining 19 entirely missing. The six with image truncation issues (so parts of the results are missing) will presumably be fixed in the Bomas verification process, but they can't verify what they don't have.
These are the missing 34Bs by county
NAIROBI EMBAKASI EAST
NAIROBI EMBAKASI SOUTH
MANDERA MANDERA SOUTH
WAJIR WAJIR SOUTH
KAJIADO KAJIADO EAST
NAROK NAROK SOUTH
WEST POKOT KACHELIBA
KISII BOMACHOGE BORABU
So, before cross referencing 34b scans vs 34B finals, the situation is as above: 650K ahead for Ruto still. Only two new results and both were 50-50.
On turnouts, it seems Mombasa turnouts were indeed heavily depressed as was alleged by Azimio due to the deferment of the gubernatorial elections (43% turnout only so far with one seat missing). The Kakamega results less so (60% turnout). I imagine this could be part of a future Azimio petition.
The image showing where the votes came from for the two candidates by constituency i've updated and also reversed the sequence to show Azimio first in blue, as I noted that visually it makes a difference. Ill alternate now to avoid visual bias.
Finally for now, my personal creation: the "equal-vote" county map, 1 box is 100,000 registered voters. All from 34Bs
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vR0dkClo8RWZFr31zc1Lq_5LIi-dLGPZYkmKI7UD7M3K3mh_1g_8aWztHISf6fRLUPzSVdfFOY2dAMm/pubhtml# - this spreadsheets is also quite detailed (with detailed comments in the works) and shows 5 truncated 34B - might help you track at least 1 of the 34Bs you are missing ?
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