The race to grab most electoral seats in Nairobi County is a hotly contested one. Like the Presidential race, it is mostly a race between the Kenya Kwanza Alliance and the Azimio One-Kenya team. Because Nairobi is the Capital City of Kenya, both parties want to have a say in its running.
According to the latest polls from Info Trak, here are the most popular candidates for the three top county leadership. In the gubernatorial race, Johnson Sakaja of UDA leads with 39% popularity against his closest rival Polycarp Igathe of Azimio who has 33% popularity.
In the Senatorial race, Edwin Sifuna of ODM is the leading candidate with 44% popularity against his closest rival Margaret Wanjiru of UDA who has 12% popularity.
In the race for Woman Representative position, Esther Passaris of ODM is the leading candidate with 46% popularity. Her closest opponent is Milicent Omanga of UDA who has 20% popularity.
Although opinion polls are usually taken with a pinch of salt, this is the most likely lineup for Nairobi. However, there is still a sizeable number of undecided voters who could change the election outcome.
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