Cherang'any Constituency (also spelled Cherangani) is an electoral constituency in Kenya. The constituency has seven wards, all of which elect Member of county assembly for the Trans Nzoia County government. It is one of five constituencies in Trans-Nzoia County. The constituency was established for the 1988 elections. Prior to the 1988 general election, It was known as Kitale East Constituency, and was represented in the national assembly by Musinde Muliro and earlier by Fred Gumo.
Members of Parliament
|1988||John Kirwa Rotich||KANU||One-party system till his victory was nullified after, Muliro successfully lodged election petition.|
|1990||Kipruto Rono Arap Kirwa||KANU||By-elections|
|1992||Kipruto Rono Arap Kirwa||KANU|
|1997||Kipruto Rono Arap Kirwa||KANU|
|2002||Kipruto Rono Arap Kirwa||NARC|
|2007||Joshua Kipserem Kutuny||ODM|
|2013||Wesley Kipchumba Korir||Independent|
|Cherang'any / Suwerwa||8,140|
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- Independent Electoral & Boundaries Commission: Registered voters per polling station by electoral area/ward and constituency Archived September 29, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.