|The Right Honourable
|Minister of Local Government and Urban Development of Zimbabwe|
|Prime Minister||Morgan Tsvangirai|
1 August 1952 |
|Political party||Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front|
Chombo was nominated as ZANU-PF's candidate for the House of Assembly seat from Zvimba North, in Mashonaland West, in the March 2008 parliamentary election. He won the seat with 6,784 votes in the initial count, defeating two candidates of the Movement for Democratic Change: Ernest Mudimu (MDC-T), who received 1,701 votes, and Magama Shelton (MDC-M), who received 944 votes. The MDC challenged this result, and a recount in April showed Chombo with an improved margin of victory: he gained 155 votes in the recount, Mudimu gained 13 votes, and Magama lost 28 votes.
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- Lebo Nkatazo, "Zvimba North recount turns up unopened ballot boxes", newzimbabwe.com, 25 April 2008.
- "Cabinet sworn in amid chaotic scenes", Newzimbabwe.com, 13 February 2009.
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