His closest rival, Mr. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, came second with 262 votes.
Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto and Mr Francis Addai-Nimo each received just one vote, while three ballots were rejected.
However, in Cape Coast North, Mr Agyapong staged a remarkable performance, amassing 318 votes out of 588 total votes cast.
The Vice President, Dr Bawumia, secured 268 votes, while Dr Akoto and Mr Addai-Nimo received two and zero votes, respectively.
There were no rejected ballots in this constituency.
Both constituencies witnessed generally calm and peaceful voting processes, with strict police security in place to maintain order.
Delegates behaved responsibly throughout the proceedings.
Voting closed at the scheduled time of 1400 hours, as directed ahead of the polls, and counting had concluded by 1436 hours without any incidents.
Mr Alfred Thompson, a member of Dr Bawumia's Campaign Team, and Mr Kenneth Quansah, the Central Regional Youth Organiser and Deputy Regional Coordinator for Mr Agyapong's Campaign Team, expressed their satisfaction with the electoral process.