Ruto had a deal with Moses Wetangula of Ford-Kenya and Musalia Mudavadi of the ANC during the campaigns to get 70% of the vote in exchange for a percentage of the Kenya Kwanza government if the coalition won the election.
According to information obtained by Kenyans.co.ke from the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Ruto was in second place to Raila in four of the Western region's five counties. They live in the Busia, Kakamega, Trans-Nzoia and Vihiga regions.
Total votes cast for the former prime minister were 955,185 while Kenya Kwanza received 611,475 votes.
In Kakamega Raila received 357,665 votes or 71.14 percent of the total vote to Ruto 140,450.
Ruto received 255,907 votes or 63.16% of the vote in Bungoma, defeating the former prime minister who received 145,240 votes. Wetangula has a stronghold in the county, and surveys showed that he had won the Senate seat.
Azimio la Umoja received 114,717 votes in Vihiga where Mudavadi lives compared to Kenya Kwanza's 67,631 votes and 226,317 votes (or 81%) in Busia, compared to the DP's 48,827 votes.
In the end, Kenya Kwanza received 98,657 votes in Trans Nzoia whereas Azimio la Umoja received 111,246.
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