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Shimoga General Election Result 2014

CandidateParty Votes
B. S. YeddyurappaBharatiya Janata Party606,216
Manjunath BhandaryIndian National Congress242,911
Geetha ShivarajkumarJanata Dal (Secular)240,636
K.G. SreedharAam Aadmi Party7,542
Kunaje Manjunatha GowdaBahujan Samaj Party5,053
B. DharmappaJanata Dal (United)4,537
B.K. Shashi KumarKarunaadu Party3,869
H. Suresha PoojariIndependent2,709
S. Satish SalianIndependent2,234
Shrilatha ShettyIndependent2,073
Anil.M.RIndependent1,517
Fayaz Ahamed Alias Mohamad Fayaz AhamedSarva Janata Party1,339
Mainuddin M.S.Independent1,295
None of the AboveNone of the Above7,077


Shimoga Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha) Election Results






Shimoga Parliamentary Constituency Election 2014 Dates

  • Issue of Notification: 19 Mar (Wednesday)
  • Last Date for filing Nominations: 26 Mar (Wednesday)
  • Scrutiny of Nominations: 27 Mar (Thursday)
  • Last date for withdrawal of Candidature: 29 Mar (Saturday)
  • Polling Date: 17 April (Thursday)
  • Counting of Votes: 16 May (Friday)
  • Date before which the election shall be Completed: 28 May (Wednesday)

List of Winning MP and Runner up from 1977 to till date from Shimoga Lok Sabha Constituency

YearState NamePC CodePC NamePC TypeWinnerSexPartyTotal VoteRunner UpSEXPARTYTotal Vote
1977Karnataka21ShimogaGENA. R. BadarinarayanMINC236065J. H. PatelMBLD161229
1980Karnataka21ShimogaGENS.T. QuadriMINC(I)246328D.H. Shankara MurthyMJNP94530
1984Karnataka21ShimogaGENT. V. ChandrashekarappaMINC299038D. G. ShivannagowdaMBJP175364
1991Karnataka21ShimogaGENK.G. ShivappaMINC281182B.S. YediyurappaMBJP240479
1996Karnataka21ShimogaGENS BangarappaMKCP303152Ayanur ManjunathaMBJP230916
1998Karnataka21ShimogaGENAyanoor ManjunathMBJP352277D.B.Chandre GowdaMINC192370
1999Karnataka21ShimogaGENS.BangarappaMINC427870Ayanur ManjunathaMBJP332832
2004Karnataka21ShimogaGENS. BangarappaMBJP450097Ayanur ManjunathMINC373952
2009Karnataka14ShimogaGENYeddyurappa,Shri Raghavendra MBJP482783S. BangarappaMINC429890


Assembly Constituencies in Shimoga Parliamentary Constituency
Shimoga Rural (SC)BhadravatiShimoga
TirthahalliShikaripurSorab
SagarByndoor


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1Chikkodi15Udupi Chikmagalur
2Belgaum16Hassan
3Bagalkot17Dakshina Kannada
4Bijapur18Chitradurga
5Gulbarga19Tumkur
6Raichur20Mandya
7Bidar21Mysore
8Koppal22Chamarajanagar
9Bellary23Bangalore Rural
10Haveri 24Bangalore North
11Dharwad25Bangalore Central
12Uttara Kannada26Bangalore South
13Davanagere27Chikkaballapur
14Shimoga28Kolar




Last Updated on : May 23, 2014

 

     


     

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