Karnataka Election Results 2018: The Karnataka Election Results 2018 will be announced today on May 15. The Karnataka results will also be announced for Gadag, Ron, Nargund, Navalgund, Kundgol assembly constituencies. The polling to 222 segments of the 224-member legislative assembly was held on May 12 as election to Bengaluru’s Raja Rajeshwari (RR) Nagar had been postponed to May 28 in the voter cards case and countermanded in Jayanagar segment due to the death of BJP contestant B.N. Vijaya Kumar on May 4 here.
A record 72.13 per cent voter turnout was recorded in Karnataka, the Election Commission said. The polling to Karnataka assemblies was held on May 12 from 7 AM till 6 PM amid tight security. Over 3 lakh personnel were deployed in the state to ensure a free and fair poll. The ruling Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and former PM HD Deve Gowda’s Janata Dal Secular (JDS) are the main contenders for Karnataka polls. The Karnataka Election Results 2018 will be announced today.
Gadag Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 Candidate ListCheck below the assembly constituency details of Gadag, Ron, Nargund, Navalgund, Kundgol Vidhan Sabha seats:
|Hanamanthagaud Patil (HK Patil)||INC|
Ron Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 Candidate List
|Patil Gurupadagouda Sanganagouda||INC|
Nargund Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 Candidate List
Navalgund Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 Candidate List
|Shankaragouda Patil Munenakoppa||BJP|
|Vinod K Asooti||INC|
|H N Konareddy||JD(S)|
Kundgol Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 Candidate List
Banking on its traditional bastions, spawning coastal, central (Malnad) and northwest areas, the BJP is confident of winning on the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and its chief ministerial nominee B.S. Yeddyurappa. The ruling Congress, which has a strong presence in the northern and southern regions, is betting on its five-year stable government, several welfare schemes for the poor, minorities, backward classes, Dalits and women, to retain power. The Karnataka Election Results 2018 will be declared today, stay with us.