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Goa General Election Results


Goa General (Lok Sabha) Election Results 2014


*Map showing the constituency wise Goa General Election Results 2014.

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Party Wise Elections Result 2014

Party Wise Result 2009

PartyAbbreviationWon Seats
Bharatiya Janata PartyBJP2
Total 2


Constituency Wise Goa Lok Sabha Election Results



Constituency NameCategory Const. No.Winning CandidateWinning PartyRunner_up CandidateRunner_up PartyMargin
North GoaGEN1Shripad Yesso NaikBJPRavi NaikINC105,599
South GoaGEN2Adv. Narendra Keshav SawaikarBJPAleixo Reginaldo LourencoINC32,330
Summary of Goa Election 2014

Goa went to polls on 12 April 2014 to elect members for the two parliamentary constituencies of the state. The single-phased polls, having 10,60,777 electors, saw a record turnout of 76.82%, which decided the fate of 19 candidates.

North Goa Constituency

Shripad Naik (BJP), Ravi Naik (INC), Dattaram Desai (AAP), and Dayanand Narvekar (Independent) were fielded in the LS polls this election season from the North Goa constituency, according to media reports.

South Goa Constituency

Narendra Sawaikar (BJP), Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco (Congress), Churchill Alemao (TMC), and Swati Kerkar (AAP) were contesting the polls from the South Goa constituency.

Total Turnout: 76.82% (1 seat)

TimePercentage
09:00:00 AM13.00%
11:00:00 AM35.00%
02:00:00 PM50.00%
05:00:00 PM74.65%


Reference:
  • Chief Electoral Officer, Goa
  • Election Commission of India
  • Press Information Bureau
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*Map showing the constituency wise Goa General Election Results 2009.

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Goa Parliamentary Election Result 2009

 
StateYear PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
Goa20091North GoaGENNaik, Shri Shripad Yesso MBJP137716Jitendra Raghuraj DeshprabhuMNCP131363
Goa20092South GoaGENSardinha, Shri Francisco MINC127494Adv. Narendra Keshav SawaikarMBJP114978


 

Goa Parliamentary Election Result 2004

 
PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
1PanajiGENShripad Yesso NaikMBJP144842D'Souza WilfredMNCP88629
2MormugaoGENAlemao Churchil BrazMINC164432Angle Ramakant SoiruMBJP113908
By PollsMormugaoGENFrancisco Sardinha MINC118583Mesquita Wilfred M. MBJP77681


     


     

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