Voting got underway in Meru County early Tuesday with the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission polling clerk’s using the integrated Electoral machines to identify voters.
Those who cast voted said the technology was effective and seamless.
“This is faster than before,” John Kiguta told Capital FM News.
Another added: “Even with the thousands of people voting, the exercise may end early. ”
Voting kicked off at 6am in majority of polling centres.
Security has been heightened in the entire county as residents continue to cast their votes.
Armed security officers from various agencies were deployed strategically within Meru Town and across all the nine constituencies.