Jubilee targeting 8 million votes in 2017
18 December 2015, 09:20
Nakuru - The Jubilee coalition is targeting over 8 million votes in the 2017 general election.
Nakuru east MP, David Gikaria said that during the recent meeting in State House, the coalition MPs pledged to register at least 8 million voters ahead of the 2017 election.
Speaking in Nakuru town, Gikaria said their target is to beat CORD with over 3 million votes in 2017.
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Gikaria said they will launch a massive grassroot campaign to register as many voters as possible during the national voter registration exercise in February next year.
"Jubilee targets to get a total of 8 million votes in 2017 and we have started work to ensure that we register as many voters as we can ahead of 2017," said Gikaria who added that Jubilee will win the election.
"Jubilee will win ... and CORD should be ready for an early defeat," he said.
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