Bomet County is a county that is located in the Rift Valley. The county borders Kericho County to the North and North East, Nakuru County to the East, Narok County to the South East, South, and South West, and Nyamira County to the North West.
Bomet County has an area of 2.530.9Km2 and as per the 2019 Census, the population of Bomet County was eight hundred and seventy five thousand six hundred and eighty nine (875,689). In the 2017 General Elections, Bomet County had a total number of three hundred and twenty two thousand and twenty four (322,024) registered voters.
The Governor of Bomet County was Joyce Laboso Obonyo who passed on due to cancer complications and the deputy Governor H.E. Hillary Barchok Kipngeno took over. The Senator of Bomet County is Hon. Andrew Christopher Langat and Hon Joyce Chepkoech Korir is the Women Representative.
Bomet County is divided int five constituencies which includes Sotik, Chepalungu, Bomet East, Bomet Central and Konoin Constituency;
Hon. Dominic Kipkoech Koskei is the current Sotik Constituency Member of Parliament. Sotik Constituency has five wards which include; Ndanai/Abosi, Chemagel, Kipsonoi, Apletundo and Rongena/Manaret
It had 73,322 registered voters in the 2017 General Elections.
Konoin Constituency is represented Hon. Yegon Brighton Leonard. It has five wards which include; Chepchabas, Kimulot, Mogogosiek and Boito, Embomos. The Constituency had 67,177 registered voters in the 2017 elections.
The Member of Parliament of Chepalungu Constituency is Hon. Gideon Kimutai Koskei. The Constituency has five wards which include; Kong’asis, Nyangores, Sigor, Chebunyo and Siongiroi. It had 68,544 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
Bomet East Constituency
Hon. Beatrice Kones is the Bomet East parliamentary representative. Its wards are five and they include Merigi, Kembu, Longisa, Kipreres and Chemaner.
It had 52,866 registered voters in the 2017 General Elections.
Bomet Central Constituency
Hon. Ronald Kiprotich Tonui is the current Bomet Central Constituency Member of Parliament. Bomet Central Constituency has five wards which include; Silibwet Township, Ndaraweta, Singorwet, Chesoen and Mutarakwa
It had 60,115 registered voters in the 2017 General Elections.