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mini The polls of 2009 will mark the 15th Lok Sabha Electionmini Voting scheduled from Apr 16th to May 13th, with Results on May 16thmini 714 million voters, 43m more than elections of 2004mini 8,28,804 polling stations, 1.36m EVMs, 4m civic officials, 2.1m security officialsmini Photo electoral rolls to be used for first time in 522 of total 543 constituenciesmini Total expenditure estimated to be around Rs. 10,000 croremini A polling booth in the interiors of Gir forest in Junagadh has one votermini In Chhattisgarh, one polling booth has been made for just two votersmini In Arunachal Pradesh, three booths have been made for three voters each


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Ananlysis of 20 Constituencies of Kerala

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Magnificient beaches, relaxing backwaters, some amazing spas and bountifull of nature: that's what can define Kerala. Kerala has the highest literacy rate in India and as such its election voters are considered the most knowledgeable. Generally, the maximum voting percentage in India is observed from Kerala. Kerala Elections see a direct confrontation between the CPM lead Left Democratic Front and Congress led United Democratic Front. Currently, LDF rules in the state assemble. An important aspect of Kerala elections has been that none of the parties have been able to get a re-election, with power changing hands in every election.

One of the shortest election campaigns has been witnessed in Kerala for the elections this time. The election in the state is being fought on mostly state level issues, although the election is for the national level politics.The LDF would be hoping that no anti-incumbency wave affects us, although it's widely perceived that it won't be easy going for the left front this time. The UDF feels that it has every chnace of hitting the jackpot in these elections. The JD(S) decision to vote for the UDF, is also going to have some impact on LDF, although LDF looks to compensate on that with the help of NCP. BJP is said to have worked hard this time and is eyeing to win at least 4 seats, namely, Kasaragod, Kozhikode, Thiruvananthapuram, and to some extent Alathur.

Constituencies in Kerala go to poll on 16th April '2009.

Kerala Constituencies for 2009 Polls:

Kerala has 20 Parliamentary Constituencies of which 2 are reserved for the Scheduled Castes. Here's a list of the Lok Sabha seats in Kerala for 2009:

Constituencies in Kerala

1 - THIRUVANANTHAPURAM 2 - ATTINGAL 3 - KOLLAM
4 - MAVELIKKARA (SC) 5 - ALAPPUZHA 6 - PATHANAMTHITTA
7 - KOTTAYAM 8 - IDUKKI 9 - ERNAKULAM
10 - CHALAKUDY 11 - THRISSUR 12 - ALATHUR (SC)
13 - PALAKKAD 14 - PONNAMI 15 - MALAPPURAM
16 - POZHIKODE 17 - WAYANAD 18 - VADAKARA
19 - KANNUR 20 - KASARAGOD  

2004 Results from Kerala:

As a generic rule, BJP has found very few takers in Kerala. In 2004 Elections, BJP contested on 19 seats and won none. However, what was more surprising in 2004 was Congress contesting on 17 seats and winning none. Probably a consolation for the Congress was that on almost all the seats it contested on, it was the runner-up. Will the two major parties draw a blank in 2009 as well? wait for 16th May to give you the answers, but for now you can look at what happened in 2004:

You can view our extensive Kerala election results to see who won and who lost from 1951 to till date.

Political Party

No. of Seats

Some Facts

CPM 12 Total Electors: 21099334
CPI 3 Total Candidates: 177
KEC 1 Total Voting %: 71.5
MUL 1 Total Seats: 20
IFDP 1  
JD(S) 1  
IND 1  

MP's who won in 2004 from Kerala:

Haven't seen your constituencies MP yet? Well, here's a chance to know the MP's whom you got elected in 2004 General Elections of Kerala.

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MP Name

Constituency

Party

Runner-up

Party

Victory Margin

Total Votes

P. KARUNAKARAN

P. KARUNAKARAN

Kasaragod
CPM
N A MOHAMMED
INC
108256
902290

A. P. ABDULLAKUTTY

A. P. ABDULLAKUTTY

Cannanore
CPM
MULLAPPALLY RAMACHANDRAN
INC
83849
862305

P. SATHEEDEVI

P. SATHEEDEVI

Badagara
CPM
M T PADMA
INC
130589
828650

M. P. VEERENDRA KUMAR

M. P. V KUMAR

Calicut
JD(S)
ADV V BALARAM
INC
65326
781384

T. K. HAMZA

T. K. HAMZA

Manjeri
CPM
K P A MAJEED
MUL
47743
907359

E. AHAMMED

E. AHAMMED

Ponnani
MUL
P P SUNEER
CPI
102758
730371

N. N. KRISHNADAS

N. N. KRISHNADAS

Palghat
CPM
V S VIJAYA RAGHAVAN
INC
98158
821279

S. AJAYA KUMAR

S. AJAYA KUMAR

Ottapalam
CPM
K A THULASI
INC
70410
807039

C. K. CHANDRAPPAN

C. K. CHANDRAPPAN

Trichur
CPI
A C JOSE
INC
45961
687792

LONAPPAN NAMBADAN

LONAPPAN NAMBADAN

Mukundapuram
CPM
PADMAJA VENUGOPAL
INC
117097
723897

DR. SEBASTIAN PAUL

SEBASTIAN PAUL

Ernakulam
IND
DR EDWARD EDEZHATH
INC
70099
658922

P. C. THOMAS

P. C. THOMAS

Muvattupuzha
IFDP
ADV P M ISMAIL
CPM
529
745885

K. SURESH KURUP

K. SURESH KURUP

Kottayam
CPM
ANTO ANTONY
INC
42914
706213

K. FRANCIS GEORGE

K. FRANCIS GEORGE

Idukki
KEC
BENNY BEHANAN
INC
69384
729621

K. S. MANOJ

K. S. MANOJ

Alleppey
CPM
V M SUDHEERAN
INC
1009
730570

C. S. SUJATHA

C. S. SUJATHA

Mavelikara
CPM
RAMESH CHENNITHALA
INC
7414
644854

CHENGARA SURENDRAN

C SURENDRAN

Adoor
CPI
KODIKUNNIL SURESH
INC
54534
684698

P. RAJENDRAN

P. RAJENDRAN

Quilon
CPM
SOORANAD RAJASEKHARAN
INC
111071
705808

VARKALA RADHAKRISHNAN

V RADHAKRISHNAN

Chirayinkil
CPM
M I SHANAVAS
INC
50745
669839

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P. K. V. NAIR

Trivandrum
CPI
V S SIVAKUMAR
INC
54603
765184
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