For Lok Sabha Elections 2014, Kerala’s electoral turnout is 73.6 percent from all 22 constituencies which is the highest since 1991 in the Kerala state.
Vadakara constituency had the highest turnout of 81.4 percent followed by Kannur with 80.9 percent and Kozhikode with 79.6 percent.
The primary contestants in Thiruvanathapuram are Shashi Tharoor from the UDF, Bennett Abraham from the LDF and O Rajagopal from BJP.
In Delhi, 64 % of 1.27 crore eligible voters exercised their vote and the prominent contenders are Union Ministers Kapil Sibal, BJP’s Harsh Vardhan and AAP’s Ashutosh in Chandni Chowk, former Congress minister Ajay Maken and BJP’s Meenakshi Lekhi in New Delhi, union minister Krishna Tirath in North West Delhi, Sandeep Dikshit of Congress and AAP’s Rajmohan Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, in East Delhi.
BJP has emerged as the single largest party in Delhi with 31 seats in the 70-member Delhi assembly in December 2013, AAP getting 28 seats and Congress with 8 seats.
Vice President Hamid Ansari, Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi, Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal were among the early voters.
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