Assembly and Lok Sabha election results from the state of Karnataka
Did you know the 1st Loksabha elections in Karnataka was conducted in 1951 and the first assembly elections were in the year 1952? However, the assembly election was for the Mysore Legislative assembly as the state was not yet formed. The main political parties in play include Indian National Congress (INC), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and Janata Dal (Secular) (JDS).
This is a page where you get all the information about Karnataka Loksabha and Assembly elections. This page compiles information about poll predictions, results of various elections, and interesting facts about vote share, leading parties and poll mechanisms in the state. To get a comprehensive picture of Karnataka elections, check out this page.
Lok Sabha election results 2014 from the state of Karnataka
General elections (Lok Sabha elections) was held in India during April-May 2014 in a total of nine phases. Elections were held in Karnataka in the 5th phase. Bangalore has a huge population of the IT/BT sector who tend to complain a lot of non-governance, unfortunately, the voter turnout in Bangalore was the worst in the […]
Earlier political parties were going door to door to make sure you knew where your polling booth was. Things are changing now.
What are the parliamentary constituencies in Karnataka? Here is a list of 28 Parliamentary Constituencies in Karnataka. Read on to know more about 2014 parliamentary elections.
On May 8, 2013 the results of Karnataka assembly elections will be announced. It is seen as a very important election as the general elections is not far away.
Every elections media likes to carry several poll predictions and then analyze them to confuse the voters further.
Karnataka Assembly Elections of 2013 is very important because it is just before the Loksabha 2014 elections. Each political party gets an idea on where they stand
We have compiled the Karnataka Assembly Elections Results for previous years.
Karnataka assembly elections time is for campaigning for current and former Chief Ministers. It is not an easy task, especially in summer.