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Title: Kampala International University An Optimized Secure Online Voting System for Interim Independent Electoral Commission of Kenya, Case Study: Changamwe Constituency
Authors: Ali, Mwinyifaki
Keywords: Voting
Issue Date: May-2011
Publisher: Kampala International University,School of Computing and Information Technology
Abstract: Elections in changamwe constituency are being conducted using a manual system. Voters are registered manually in a file system causing long queues during election period. There were also cases of double registration of voters, missing name of voters and incorrect names entered caused by traditional file systems that are slow and tedious. The old systems also faces delays in vote counting caused by manual counting of votes, and as a result of that the turnout is low. Since most population is scattered in different parts of changamwe, it becomes so hard for them to leave there work and go to polling station. They were also cases of rigging and corruption which arise during the election process, since there were some candidates or officials who manipulate and influence the outcome and finally results are announced that are erroneous and contradictory.
Description: A project report is submitted to the School of Computer Studies in Partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Award of the Bachelor Degree in Information Technology & Bachelor Degree in Computer Science of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Bachelors’ Degree in Computer Science

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