Chikomba is a district in Mashonaland East Province. it was formerly known as Charter. It is also a constituency.
In the Zimbabwe 1985 Parliamentary Election, Charter East (then Midlands Province) returned to Parliament:
- Ernest Rusununguko Kadungure of Zanu PF - 34 276 votes.
- Edson Muzanenhamo Mutsinze of UANC - 271 votes.
- Abednego Dan Njawaya of PF-ZAPU - 159 votes.
In the 1990 Parliamentary Election (see A History of Zimbabwean Elections) Chikomba returned to Parliament:
- Ernest Kadungure of Zanu PF with 25 929 votes,
- Jesmiel Chakauya of ZUM with 1 589 votes.
Turnout - 28 630 voters or 59.58 %
In the 2000 Elections, (see A History of Zimbabwean Elections) Chikomba returned to Parliament:
- Chenjerai Hunzvi of Zanu PF with 13 417 votes,
- Peter Kaunda of MDC with 6 776 votes,
- Moses Jiri of UP with 362 votes,
- Julia Kunzekwenyika, Independent, with 161 votes,
- Leticia Mujeyi of ZIP with 103 votes,
- Charles Patrick, Independent, with 0 votes.
Following the death of Chenjerai Hunzvi on 4 June 2001, a by election was held 22–23 September 2001. The result, Chikomba returned to Parliament:
- Bernard Makokove of Zanu PF with 15 570 votes,
- Oswald Toendepi Ndangaof MDC with 5 207 votes,
- Thomas Mudzinga of ZANU Ndonga with 347 votes,
- Takaindisa Gilbert Muzondoof United Parties with 165 votes.
In the 2013 Elections, (see A History of Zimbabwean Elections) Chikomba Central returned to Parliament:
- Felix Mhona of Zanu PF with 7 723 votes or 63.61 percent,
- Piniel Denga of MDC–T with 3 233 votes or 26.63 percent,
- Goodrich Chimbaira of MDC–N with 1 185 votes or 9.76 percent,
Total 12 141 votes
In the 2013 Elections, (see A History of Zimbabwean Elections) Chikomba East returned to Parliament:
- Edgar Mbwembwe of Zanu PF with 7 456 votes or 71.15 percent,
- Lovemore Kadenge of MDC–T with 2 445 votes or 23.33 percent,
- Knowledge Mufudza of MDC–N with 493 votes or 4.70 percent,
- 1 other with 86 votes or 0.82 percent.
Total 10 480 votes
In the 2013 Elections, (see A History of Zimbabwean Elections) Chikomba West returned to Parliament:
- Michael Bimha of Zanu PF with 17 153 votes or 79.55 percent,
- Antony Mutodza of MDC–T with 3 676 votes or 17.05 percent,
- Arnold Chidodo of MDC–N with 733 votes or 3.40 percent,
Total 21 562 votes