List of Registered Voters in Mombasa County for the 2013 General Elections

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Mombasa County is one of the 47 counties of Kenya. Its capital is Mombasa. In terms of economic it is second after Nairobi. List of Registered Voters in Mombasa County for the 2013 General Elections. Initially it was one of the former districts of Kenya but in 2013 it was reconstituted as a county, on the same boundaries. It is the smallest county in Kenya, covering an area of 229.7 km2 excluding 65 km2 of water mass. The county is situated in the south eastern part of the former Coast Province. It borders Kilifi County to the north, Kwale County to the south west and the Indian Ocean to the east. Administratively, the county is divided into seven divisions, eighteen locations and thirty sub-locations.

Kenya was divided into eight provinces prior to 2013, which were subdivided into 47 counties. In the former Coast Province there are six counties, Mombasa being one of them. It is situated in the southeast of Coast Province. It is the smallest in size, covering an area of 212.5 km2. The county lies between latitudes 3°56′ and 4°10′ south of the equator and longitudes 39°34′ and 39°46′ east.

This post reviews the voters registered by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) using the biometric system and those registered without the use of the biometric system (non-biometric).

The IEBC registered 413,069 voters in Mombasa county for the March 4th 2013 general election. The breakdown of the registered voters by constituency and county assembly ward is;
Changamwe constituency – 58,992
1. Port Reitz – 12,540
2. Kipevu – 8,785
3. Airport – 10,750
4. Changamwe – 13,758
5. Chaani – 13,159

Jomvu constituency – 50,553
6. Jomvu Kuu – 15,333
7. Miritini – 12,093
8. Mikindani – 23,127

Kisauni constituency – 79,543
9. Mjambere – 15,172
10. Junda – 12,580
11. Bamburi – 8,610
12. Mwakirunge – 3,949
13. Mtopanga – 12,194
14. Magogoni – 8,937
15. Shanzu – 18,101

Nyali constituency – 79,436
16. Frere Town – 15,919
17. Ziwa La Ng’ombe – 15,429
18. Mkomani – 16,151
19. Kongowea – 17,610
20. Kadzandani – 14,327

Likoni constituency – 60,101
21. Mtongwe – 10,803
22. Shika Adabu – 9,531
23. Bofu – 12,738
24. Likoni – 6,315
25. Timbwani – 20,714

Mvita constituency – 84,444
26. Mji wa Kale / Makadara – 15,499
27. Tudor – 15,158
28. Tononoka – 14,158
29. Shimanzi / Ganjoni – 14,668
30. Majengo – 24,961

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