The Election laws mandate that each contesting candidate submit their expenditure details to the returning officer (RO) at three different intervals during the period when the code of conduct is in force. The purpose behind the publishing this information is to enable voters to know how much their candidates are spending on their election campaign […]
Here is the list of the 57 candidates contesting for the Loksabha Polls from Belagavi Constituency with their allotted Symbol. Belagavi will vote on April 23 and 4 Ballot units will be used in each booth. The names appearing here will be the same as they will appear on the Ballot Unit.
The Belagavi Loksabha has 57 candidates, the highest number in Karnataka and hence each polling booth will have FOUR Ballot Units (or commonly called EVM). The current set consists of a Ballot Unit, VSDU, Control Unit and a VVPAT unit each. Each EVM can accommodate names of only 16 candidates (or 15 candidates plus NOTA) […]
Now that the battle lines have been drawn, the 57 candidates contesting for elections have some interesting data that needs to analyzed. Youngest Candidate with age of 25 years – Shubham Vikrant Shelke Eldest Candidate with Age of 85 years – Lakshmanarav Melage Three women Candidates Nanda Maruti Kodachwadkar Dilshaad Sikandar Tahashildar Laxmi Sunil Mutagekar […]
The Supreme court of India, in 2013 ruled that the right to register a “none of the above” vote in elections should apply while ordering the Election Commission of India (ECI) to provide a button for the same in the electronic voting machines. NOTA means “None of the Above” option which enables the voter to officially […]