Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Kenyan General Election: Voting Starts in Four Hours

This NY Times article shines a little light on tomorrow's presidential and general election in Kenya. Looks clear as mud. LOL's resident Kenya psephologist tells me that bales of pre-marked voting slips have been distributed and in at least some cases intercepted, that usefully proportioned banknotes have been distributed rather than the traditional bottles of beer, and that it's all to play for.

As you'll see if you check the NYT the election rubric is complex so that the second or third in the popular vote could actually pick up the presidency ... I believe voting starts 3 am and ends 3pm our time. Is the future Orange?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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