|Schedule for Legislative Assembly of Karnataka, 2023|
|Date of Issue of Gazette Notification :||13th April, 2023||Thursday|
|Last Date of Nominations :||20th April, 2023||Thursday|
|Date for Scrutiny of Nominations :||21st April, 2023||Friday|
|Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures :||24th April, 2023||Monday|
|Date of Poll :||10th May, 2023||Wednesday|
|Date of Counting :||13th May, 2023||Saturday|
|Date before which election shall be completed :||15th May, 2023||Monday|
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023 have become the talk of the town nowadays. Ever since the news of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly Elections broke out, the state has been witnessing aggressive campaigning by the contesting parties in full swing.
Election Date & Results
The elections will take place on May 10 2023 in 224 constituencies of Karnataka. The results of the election will be declared on May 13, 2023.
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018
The Karnataka Legislative Assembly Elections were held in 2018, and the results were announced on May 15, 2018. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) emerged as the single largest party with 105 seats, while the Indian National Congress (INC) won 79 seats, and the Janata Dal-Secular (JDS) won 37 seats.
Legislative Assembly Constituencies in Karnataka
There are 224 constituencies under Karnataka's Legislative Assembly, out of which 173 are reserved for the general category, 36 are reserved for Scheduled Castes, and 15 for Scheduled Tribes.
Parties contesting in Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP): Current Chief Minister, Basavaraj Bommaii the leader of the saffron party campaign. BJP Chief Amit Shah is leading the party's election campaign in the state.
Congress: Siddaramaiah, the former Chief Minister and leader of the Congress, is contesting in the Karnataka elections. Congress President Rahul Gandhi is taking care of the election campaigns in Karnataka.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP): The Aam Aadmi Party is also playing a vital role in the forthcoming elections. It will contest for a limited number of seats in the upcoming polls.
Number of polling stations across Karnataka
According to ECI, 58,282 voting stations would be established in 224 ACs for the 2023 assembly elections in Karnataka. The average number of voters per PS is 883. Webcasting is available at 50% of polling places. Women officials will handle 1320 polling locations to improve the voting experience.
Last Updated on : May 13, 2023