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Jammu and Kashmir Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections Date 2014
The Election Commission announced dates for the Assembly Elections in Jammu & Kashmir. Election will be held in five phases between November 25 and December 20, and votes will be counted on December 23.
|Phase 1||25th November 2014|
|Phase 2||2nd December 2014|
|Phase 3||9th December 2014|
|Phase 4||14th December 2014|
|Phase 5||20th December 2014|
|Counting||23th December 2014|
Jharkhand Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections Date 2014
The Election Commission has announced dates for Assembly Elections in Jharkhand. Elections will be held in five phases between November 25 and December 20, and votes will be counted on December 23.
|Phase 1||25th November, 2014|
|Phase 2||2nd December, 2014|
|Phase 3||9th December, 2014|
|Phase 4||14th December, 2014|
|Phase 5||20th December, 2014|
|Counting||23th December, 2014|
Live Updates-Maharashtra and Haryana State Assembly Elections 2014
Live Updates-Haryana and Maharahstra Elections 2014
|28th Oct 2014||Devendra Fadvanis was unanimously elected as the leader of the BJP legislature party in Maharashtra. He will be the first BJP chief minister of the state.|
|26th Oct. 2014||
Manohar Lal Khattar took oath as BJP’s first-ever chief minister in Haryana in a grand ceremony held at Panchkula today.
Six MLAs were sworn-in as Cabinet ministers, while three were administered oath as Ministers of State with independent charge.
Among the prominent attendees were prime Minister Narendra Modi, senior leader L K Advani, Amit Shah, Sushma Swaraj, Rajnath Singh and Venkaiah Naidu.
8:30 PM BJP finished at 122 seats in Maharashtra- 23 short of majority mark. It would be interesting to see how the post poll alliance work outs.
6:30 PM BJP got clear majority in Haryana by bagging 47 seats.
3:10 PM BJP is all set to get a clear majority in Haryana. With a vote share of around 31% it may finish around 50 setas. Congress is at third place with 15 seats at 21% vote share. INLD is at 2nd spot with a vote share of 24% and 19 seats.
-In Maharashtra, BJP is all set to emerge as the single larget party with total of around 120 seats with a vote share of 28%. Shivsena is expected to finsh with 59 seats and a vote share of 19.5%. INC and NCP are to finish at third position with 43 seats each.
9:10 AM- Initial trends suggest that BJP may get a clear majority in Haryana, whereas, in Maharashtra it my fall short of majority. Mind it, these are early counting trends.
-8:02 AM Counting of votes for 288 seats in Maharashtra and 90 seats in Haryana has began amid tight security. Trends are expected in another half hour or so.
- Counting to begin shortly at 8 AM. Intial trends will be available in half an hour from the start of counting.
-All set for the counting of votes in Maharashtra and Haryana. Considering the exit poll results-BJP seems upbeat whereas Congress may see a poor performance.
-Conting of votes to beging at 8 AM Today. Check back later for the live updates. Most of the results are expected by afternoon.
-It is to be seen how correct the prediction of exit polls are. Majority of the exit polls have predicted the results in favor of BJP-mainly due to Modi's increased popularity.
|18-10-2014||Conting of votes to beging at 8 AM tomorrow.|
-Voting for the Assembly elections has ended in Haryana with a largest voter turnout of 72.6 percent.
- Election Commission informed that the voter turnout in Maharashtra polls is around 62 percent.
- Low turn out has been observed in the first 6 hours of polling in Maharashtra and Haryana. 31% turnout in Maharashtra, 44.4% in Haryana
- Voting begin for 90 seats of Haryana and 288 seats of Maharashtra. Counting of votes of Sunday the 19th Oct.
-Poll day today. Polling to take place today for 288 seats in Maharashtra and 90 assembly seats in Haryana.
- Maharashtra has an electorate size of about 8.25 crore. There are 4,119 candidates in the fray, including 1,699 Independents.
-In Haryana the electorate size is 1.63 crores. There are 1,351 candidates in the fray, including 109 women.
|14-10-2014||Stage is set for the tomorrow's poll in Maharashtra and Haryana assemblies.|
|13-10-2014||Campaiging for the assembly election ends today. Voting on 15th Oct. and counting of votes on 19th Oct. 2014.|
|12-10-2014||Campaiging for the assembly elections in full swing and to end tomorrow evening for 15th Oct. elections.|
|11-10-2014||Campaiging for the Haryana and Maharashtra assembly election is in full swing. Major political parties heavyweights are campaigning for their candidates.|
> The Election Commission has announced the dates of Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections on Friday. Both the states will go to the polls on October 15 and counting will take place on October 19.
|State||Total No. of ACs||Reserved for SC||Reserved for ST|
|Ac-wise Candidates/Nominations List Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014|
|Exit Poll/Opinion Poll Results Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014|
|Results Maharashtra Assembly Election 2014|
|Results Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014: Patywise Tally|
|Maharashtra State Assmbly Election Results 2009|
|Results Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2009: Patywise Tally|
|Schedule Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014|
|Results Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014|
|Schedule of Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly Election 2014|
|S. No.||Poll Event||Dates ( All 140 ACs)|
|1.||Issue of Notification||20.09.2014 (Saturday)|
|2.||Last date for making Nominations||27.09.2014 (Saturday)|
|3.||Scrutiny of Nominations||29.09.2014 (Monday)|
|4.||Last date for withdrawal of candidature||01.10.2014 (Wednesday)|
|5.||Date of Poll||15.10.2014 (Wednesday)|
|6.||Counting of Votes||19.10.2014 (Sunday)|
|7.||Date before which election process shall be completed||22.10.2014 (Wednesday)|
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