How to download voter slip with photo in Telangana?

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All set for Telanganato cast its vote for electing a new state government. The polling process is increased by one hour (comparable to 7AM-5PM on regularly basis) shall begin 7AM onwards till 6PM because of the Corona scare. It will be held on the third week of January, 2020. The result will be declared onthree days post the polling date.

Make sure to have your name included in the voter’s list and have a photo voter slip handy before heading to a polling booth or station. A photo voter slip is a document issued by ECI (Election Commission of India) that carries details where the voter is enrolled as a voter, the polling station, and a serial number. As per the rule, it is mandatory to carry the photo voter slip along with voter identification card or Electors Photo Identity Card (EPIC) or Voter’s Id issued by the ECI.

The Election Commission has put the entire voter list online this year. According to the poll body, officials will scan the pre-printed voter slips containing the QR-code to mark the electors’ attendance for casting their votes.

Steps to follow in downloading Voterslip in GHMC Elections Hyderabad:

  • Visit the Telangana State Election Commission – TSEC official Website –: https://tsec.gov.in
  • Click on the ‘TS Voter Portal’ in the website home page.
  • Then, in this web page click on the link of ‘Download Voter Slip
  • In this downloading web page, Select the District from the drop-down list
  • Select the Municipality from the above list
  • Next, select the Ward from that drop-down list
  • Enter Your Name in English
  • Enter Your Epic Number in the required field.
  • Enter the Captcha Text
  • Now, click on the Search -Telugu Button(in case of downloading TS Voter Slip from Web Portal by EPIC Number) / Click on the Download Button
  • Then, your TS Voter Slip will appear on your Device Screen
  • Download the TS Voter Slip.
  • Take a print and preserve it for future need.

*You can also download the TS Voter Slip from NVSP Web Portal: https://www.nvsp.in/

*The step for downloading Voter Slip from NVSP include Father’s/ Husband’s Name; Age or Date of Birth; Gender; State; District; and Assembly Constituency.

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How to find polling station number in Telangana?

A polling station or polling booth is a place where voters visit to cast their ballots during elections. The area is often called a ward, precinct, polling district, or constituency. It is staffed by officials who are professionally called election judges, or returning officers. They are responsible for monitoring voting procedures and assisting the voters with the election processes.

It is necessary to find the polling station in a concerned location as they are one of the essential elements of an electoral process. These areas or booths are essential for ensuring freedom and secrecy of the votes.

Initial days witnessed the political parties going door to door to help the voters identify their polling booth. Due to advances, ECI decided to provide voter identity slips to each eligible voter on the polling day specifying accurate polling booths. The voter ID slips are also advantageous for using it as an alternation to EPIC identity. The ECI stated that voter slips likely take away by a few political parties who were unlikely to cast them their votes.

Timings for casting your valuable vote: 7 am to 6 pm.

Identifying Polling Booth Location in a Google Map:

  • Find the Polling Station given in your voter slip
  • Enter the name of the state, district, and the account (assembly constituency)
  • Enter the Polling Station (given in your voter slip)

Identity Proof for Voting in Telangana:

The Election Commission has directed that the electors who do not have EPIC shall have to produce any one of the following photo documents for establishing their identity before casting their votes:

  1. Proof of Identity
  2. Proof of Address
  3. Proof of age
  1. Proof of identity Documents:
  2. Photo PAN Card
  3. Valid Indian Passport
  4. Voters Identity Card
  5. Permanent laminated driving license
  6. Employee ID Card (issued by Defence/Govt./ Public sector undertaking/ Reputed MNC’s only).
  7. Certificate of practice issued professional bodies like ICAI/ ICSI/ICWAI/ ICFA can be accepted as an ID proof.
  8. Bank passbook with attested customer photograph and signature.
  9. Defence ID
  • Proof of Address Documents:
  • Valid Indian passport
  • Life Insurance premium receipt of any insurer
  • Voter ID card
  • Permanent laminated driving license
  • Latest telephone bill not older than 3 months
  • Post-paid piped gas connection bill showing consumption and complete address
  • Bank passbook or latest bank account statement
  • Electricity bill not older than 3 months
  • Co-operative housing society receipt
  • Original post-paid mobile bill showing complete residence address of the applicant
  • Notarised registered rent agreement with the latest electricity bill issued to the landlord.
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  • Proof of Age Documents:
  • Birth certificate
  • School Leaving Certificate
  • LIC policy (minimum 12 months in force)
  • College Certificate
  • PAN Card
  • Passport
  • Driving License

Here, we are providing the list of the number for every polling booth in Telangana, for your quick convenience.

List of Polling Booth in Telangana:

AC NameAC NameAC NameAC NameAC NameAC NameAC NameAC Name
1Sirpur31Huzurabad61Jubilee Hills91Suryapet
2Chennur32Husnabad62Sanathnagar92Nalgonda
3Bellampalli33Siddipet63Nampalli93Munugode
4Mancherial34Medak64Karwan94Bhongir
5Asifabad35Narayankhed65Goshamahal95Nakrekal
6Khanapur36Andole66Charminar96Thungathurthy
7Adilabad37Narsapur67Chandrayangutta97Alair
8Boath38Zahirabad68Yakutpura98Jangaon
9Nirmal39Sangareddy69Bahdurpura99Ghanpur Station
10Mudhole40Patancheru70Secunderabad100Palakurthi
11Armur41Dubbak71Secunderabad Cantonment101Dornakal
12Bodhan42Gajwel72Kodangal102Mahabubabad
13Jukkal43Medchal73Narayanpet103Narsampet
14Banswada44Malkajgiri74Mahbubnagar104Parkal
15Yellareddy45Quthbullapur75Jadcherla105Warangal West
16Kamareddy46Kukatpally76Devarkadra106Warangal East
17Nizamabad Urban47Uppal77Makthal107Wardhannapet
18Nizamabad Rural48Ibrahimpatnam78Wanaparthy108Bhupalpalle
19Balkonda49Lal Bahadur Nagar79Gadwal109Mulug
20Koratla50Maheshwaram80Alampur110Pinapaka
21Jagtial51Rajendranagar81Nagarkurnool111Yellandu
22Dharmapuri52Serilingampally82Achampet112Khammam
23Ramagundam53Chevella83Kalwakurthy113Palair
24Manthani54Pargi84Shadnagar114Madhira
25Peddapalli55Vikarabad85Kollapur115Wyra
26Karimnagar56Tandur86Devarakonda116Sathupalli
27Choppadandi57Musheerabad87Nagarjuna Sagar117Kothagudem
28Vemulawada58Malakpet88Miryalguda118Aswaraopeta
29Sircilla59Amberpet89Huzurnagar119Bhadrachalam
30Manakondur60Khairatabad90Kodad 

**Disclaimer: Theinformation stated above is for reference purpose only. For any changes on the content, please refer to the official website.

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Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation Elections 2020

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The election commission of a state is a liberal autonomous institution governed without any superficial ascendancies. The institute is located in every state of India, and is responsible for constituting elections and its processes and decisions within that particular state. Beginning from the registrations to result declaration processes, every action and decision is carried in a conference with the state government. Voting procedures may vary from state to state. They can either be through classical Ballot Paper method or through modern Electronic Voting Machines.

In Hyderabad, the capital city of Telangana, GHMC (The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation) is considered to be the election governing civic body responsible for overseeing Hyderabad as well the twin city, Secunderabad. This municipal corporation was founded on 1869. It was founded along with the Chaderghat municipal board.

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On 2019, the corporation was divided into six zones namely, the north, the south, the east, the west, the north east, and the central zones. It is always headed by an IAS. GHMC acts as an apex to its urban-local autonomous government known to have created its administration equivalent to the metropolitan cities of India. The corporation is spread across the districts such as that of Hyderabad, Medchal, Ranga Reddy, and Sangareddy.

GHMC ELECTION FACTS:

  • Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) Elections to be held on 1st of December, 2020was scheduled by C. Parthasarathy, the State Election Commissioner (SEC) at a press conference following the vote counting from 4th of December. The press conference released the nomination dates from 18th of November, 2020 to 30th of November, 2020 by placing an immediate effect on election codes. The polling will be carried out with the help of ballot box system and soon be resulting decisions by the 4th of November, 2020.
  • The acceptance of nominations will begin from November 17 and end on 20th of the same month. Thereafter, scrutinization is confirmed to carryout soon after the acceptance of the nominations, basically on 21st of November. The last date for completing the scrutiny is 22nd of November. Electoral rolls will be displayed on 18th of November, 2020.
  • When question was asked to SEC regarding the lack of time for the political parties to prepare for the election process, the reply by Mr. Parthasarathy was the new GHMC Act. This new act states that the dates for the election processes is decided by consulting the state government.
  • Accordingly, participants in the present year may aggregate around 74 lakhs from which around 38 lakh members shall be men, 35 lakhs registered for women, and almost 669 voters are for the exceptional categories. 2700 polling stations across the state were witnessed to be problematic. These polling stations were categorized for being critical, hypersensitive as well as sensitive.
  • The voting slips are distributed to every voter under the rigid eyes of GHMC. Any resident or non-resident of Hyderabad can easily download these slips from the ‘tsec.gov.in’ website as well as from its mobile application available of any regular play store. The application helps the users to accurately locate any polling station. The maximum expense upon each candidate is believed to be around Five Lakh Indian Rupees.
  • Kartika Reddy, Congress party head under GHMC who served as a mayor to the city recently joined BJP along with his husband, Chandra Reddy, in presence of the party national general secretary, Bhupender Yadav. The change of the party took place even after the names of the candidates for the poll are announced.
  • Around 52 ex-officio voters (MLAs, MLCs, and MPs) formed a community to elect a mayor. A political party or an alliance is expected to gather 102 votesto make it almost 202 voters (150+52).
  • Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) has aggregately 38 ex-officio members, that need 64 divisions to elect a candidate as a mayor.

Basic responsibilities have been taken into consideration by the typical GHMC in order to provide a provide basic amenities and necessities for the residents under this municipality. Responsibilities include administering of the four major districts by facilitating basic infrastructures, building and maintaining of roads, streets, and flyovers. Cleanliness measures such as garbage disposing systems, maintaining of parks and open spaces, urban development, and city planning. Other basic facilitations include improvement in public municipal schools, and other educational institutions; street lights, health departments, sanitations, banks, traffic, as well as other government organizations. Regular crosscheck and update in the registration of births and deaths are also one of the prominent measures to improvise the city scape of Hyderabad and its territories.

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Tirupati Lok Sabha Elections 2020

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Lok Sabha is popularly defined as one of India’s parliament constituting 530 members representing people of the states of India and 20 members representing the Union Territories. Similarly, every state has its individual parliament that gradually comprises of its members from various districts of those states.

Tirupati Lok Sabha is the constituency of Andhra Pradesh particular to 25 other Lok Sabha constituencies, located in Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore and Chittoor districts of Andhra Pradesh. This specific precinct encompasses a segment of seven assemblies while belonging to the Chittoor district. Seven assemblies of Tirupati Lok Sabha are Sarvepalli, Gudur, Sullurpeta, Venkatagiri, Tirupati, Srikalahasti, Satyavedu. The seats for Gudur, Sullurpeta as well as Satyavedu seats are reserved for scheduled category candidates.

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FACTS FROM THE TIRUPATI LOK SABHA CONSTITUENCY:

  • Being the constituency with 25 seats, Tirupati saw 79.03% of its elections transforming off votes during the first phase 2019 Lok Sabha Elections held on 11th of April. The transformation was against 77.04% in the previous national elections conducted in 2014. The margin between Balli Durga Prasad Rao and Panabaka Lakshmi was around 228376 votes.
  • Sources report that Hon’ble Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will be deciding the YSRC candidate for the Tirupati Lok Sabha Election. The MLAs and MPs of Tirupati region shall abide the election and strive the victory of the party candidate.
  • Recently, after the election meeting of the party leaders from the constituency, Chief Minister sought the opinion of all the leaders from the assembly segments. None of the candidate was heard to propose rather to prevail any situation in the respective segments, needs of the locals, and their aspirations.
  • The Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) ratio is 25.15 and 9.56, respectively out of total population.
  • The four segments under Nellore district chances to select a strong candidate this year by a high command from the party.
  • Earlier representation of BJP while in Tirupati assembly had an alliance with TD in the year 1999. The same party has taken a step towards asking Jana Sena to vacate the seat and rather place their chief member Pawan Kalyan to help them in the extensions of the supports and extensive campaigning.
  • Actions of BJP aim towards converting Balija community that is believed to be under the strong influence of Chiranjeevi becoming an MLA in the previous year, 2019.
  • Tirupati finalizes to select its ever first mayor eventually after 13 years of transformation from becoming a municipality to a corporation. Tirupati was a municipality in the year, 1886. After the upgradation in 2007, the holy city of Tirupati became a fully-fledged Municipal Corporation.
  • The mayor position is targeted by the government to be a female seat that of a general category.
  • Parties such as YSRC, TDP, Jana Sena-BJP are seen revolving strategies in order to win maximum number of seats in the civic polls.

Some prominent achievements of Tirupati Lok Sabha:

  • TDP, a mainstay to Congress won Tirupati in 1984; BJP in 1999, while YSR won the seat in the year 2014.
  • Chinta Mohan won the 1984 general election ticket of TDP and moved to the Congress party later on. Currently, he proved himself successful once again to get the seat, even after winning 6 times in a row.
  • Varaprasad Rao Velagapalli, the candidate to YSR Congress defeated Karumanchi Jayaram of BJP by 37000 votes.
  • Dr. DaggumatiSreehari Rao, the candidate to BSP was nominated for the seat of Tirupati.
  • The TDP tickets were given to Panabaka Lakshmi, the former union minister and MP; Bommi Sri Hari Rao, the BJP nominated candidate; and Balli Durga Prasad Rao, a candidate of YSR Congress party.
  • Out of 12 contestants, two were successful for filing their ground level nominations in the role of independent candidates. Rest of the contestants filed for regional parties such as Pyramid Party of India; Janapaalana Party (Democratic); Viduthalai ChiruthaigalKatch; Viswa Jana Party; and Andhra RastraPraja Samithi.
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Jharkhand Vidhan Sabha Election Results 2019

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The JMM Party won 30 seats, while the BJP party won 25 seats, whereas the INC party won 16 seats, the RJD party won 1 seat, the JVM(P) party won seats, AJSU party won 2 seats, while the other parties won the remaining 4 seats.

2019 झारखंड विधान सभा चुनाव परिणाम

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2019 Jharkhand Legislative Assembly Election Results:

  • 81/81
  • 41 needed for majority
Party Seats Won
JMM 30
BJP 25
INC 16
RJD 1
JVM(P) 3
AJSU 2
JD(U) 0
LJP 0
Others 4

2019 Jharkhand Legislative Assembly Election Results Live Updates:

The 2019 Jharkhand Legislative Assembly Elections are successfully completed in 5 phases for all the 81 Assembly Constituencies. The election results are scheduled on 23rd December 2019 i.e. today and the counting has started already and the leads/wins are like this.

The BJP Party is leading in 29 seats, while the JMM party is leading in 24 seats, whereas the INC party is leading in 13 seats, the RJD party is leading in 5 seats, the JVM(P) party is leading in 4 seats, AJSU party is leading in 2 seats, while the other parties are leading in the remaining 4 seats.

  • 81/81
  • 41 needed for majority
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Party Seats Leading Seats Won
JMM 4 26
BJP 7 18
INC 12 4
RJD 0 1
JVM(P) 1 2
AJSU 0 2
JD(U) 0 0
LJP 0 0
Others 1 3

2019 Jharkhand Legislative Assembly Election Results Live Updates:

Party Seats Leading Seats Won
BJP 29
JMM 24
INC 13
RJD 5
JVM(P) 4
AJSU 2
JD(U) 0
LJP 0
Others 4

In the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly there are 81 MLA seats, the elections for all the 81 MLA seats were held in 5 phases. For majority 41 seats are needed.

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UK General Election Results 2019

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The UK General Election results 2019 are declared and the results are like this the conservative party has won 365 seats with an vote share of 43.6%, the labor party has won 203 seats with an vote share of 32.2%, Scottish national party has won 48 seats with an vote share of 3.9%, while the Liberal Democrats won 11 seats with an vote share of 0.8%, Democratic Unionist Party has won 8 with 0.8% vote share, Sinn Fein party has won 7 seats with 0.6% vote share while Plaid Cymru has won 4 seats with 0.5% vote share, Green party has won 1 seat with 2.7% vote share and the other parties won the remaining 3 seats.

2019 UK General Election Results Explained on YouTube:

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2019 UK General Election Results:

Party Seats Won Vote Share Votes
Conservative Party 365 43.6% 1,39,66,565
Labor Party 203 32.2% 1,02,95,607
Scottish National Party 48 3.9% 12,42,372
Liberal Democrats 11 11.6% 36,96,423
Democratic Unionist Party 8 0.8% 2,44,128
Sinn Fein 7 0.6% 1,81,853
Plaid Cymru 4 0.5% 1,53,265
Green Party 1 2.7% 8,65,697
Brexit Party 0 2% 6,42,303
UK Independence Party 0 0.1% 22,817
Other Parties 3 2% 7,00,886
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Haryana Vidhan Sabha Election Results 2019

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Haryana Vidhan Sabha Elections were held on last Monday i.e. on 21st October 2019 for all the 90 Assembly Constituencies. To win the election one has to get 46 seats out of 90 seats. The counting of votes started this morning and the results of the Haryana Legislative Assembly elections are as follows

Haryana Vidhan Sabha Election Results Explained on You Tube:

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For Majority: 46 Required

Voter Turnout: 67.97%

Vidhan Sabha Election Result 2019:

BJP has won 40 seats, Congress party has won 31 seats, JJP has won 10 seats, whereas the INLD party won 1 seat and the other parties has won 8 seats.

Assembly Constituencies BJP Congress JJP INLD BSP Others
90 40 31 10 01 0 8

Preliminary Results Live 90/90

BJP is leading in 36 seats, while Congress is leading in 33 seats, JJP is leading in 10 seats, INLD 2 seats BSP in 2 Seats, others are leading in 7 seats.

Assembly Constituencies BJP Congress JJP INLD BSP Others
90 36 33 10 02 02 07
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2019 Haryana Legislative Assembly Election Results Constituency Wise:

ACNO Assembly Constituency Winner/Party
1 Kalka None  
2 Panchkula None  
3 Naraingarh None  
4 Ambala Cantt None  
5 Ambala City None  
6 Mulana SC  
7 Sadhaura SC  
8 Jagadhri None  
9 Yamuna Nagar None  
10 Radaur None  
11 Ladwa None  
12 Shahbad SC  
13 Thanesar None  
14 Pehowa None  
15 Guhla SC  
16 Kalayat None  
17 Kaithal None  
18 Pundri None  
19 Nilokheri SC  
20 Indri None  
21 Karnal None  
22 Gharaunda None  
23 Assandh None  
24 Panipat Rural None  
25 Panipat City None  
26 Israna SC  
27 Samalkha None  
28 Ganaur None  
29 Rai None  
30 Kharkhauda SC  
31 Sonipat None  
32 Gohana None  
33 Baroda None  
34 Julana None  
35 Safidon None  
36 Jind None  
37 Uchana Kalan None  
38 Narwana SC  
39 Tohana None  
40 Fatehabad None  
41 Ratia SC  
42 Kalanwali SC  
43 Dabwali None  
44 Rania None  
45 Sirsa None  
46 Ellenabad None  
47 Adampur None  
48 Uklana SC  
49 Narnaund None  
50 Hansi None  
51 Barwala None  
52 Hisar None  
53 Nalwa None  
54 Loharu None  
55 Badhra None  
56 Charkhi Dadri None  
57 Bhiwani None  
58 Tosham None  
59 Bawani Khera SC  
60 Meham None  
61 Garhi Sampla-Kiloi None  
62 Rohtak None  
63 Kalanaur SC  
64 Bahadurgarh None  
65 Badli None  
66 Jhajjar SC  
67 Beri None  
68 Ateli None  
69 Mahendragarh None  
70 Narnaul None  
71 Nangal Chaudhry None  
72 Bawal SC  
73 Kosli None  
74 Rewari None  
75 Pataudi SC  
76 Badshahpur None  
77 Gurgaon None  
78 Sohna None  
79 Nuh None  
80 Ferozepur Jhirka None  
81 Punahana None  
82 Hathin None  
83 Hodal SC  
84 Palwal None  
85 Prithla None  
86 Faridabad NIT None  
87 Badkhal None  
88 Ballabgarh None  
89 Faridabad None  
90 Tigaon None  

Haryana Vidhan Sabha Election Results Live on YouTube:

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Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha Election Results 2019

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Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha Elections were held on last Monday i.e. on 21st October 2019 for all the 288 Assembly Constituencies. To win the election one has to get 145 seats out of 288 seats. The counting of votes started this morning and the results of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly elections are as follows

Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha Election Results Explained on YouTube:

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For Majority: 145 Required

Maharashtra Election Final Result:

BJP has won 105 seats, shiv sena party has won 56 seats, NCP has won 54 seats, Congress party has won 44 seats, MNS party has won 1 seat and the others won 28 seats respectively.

Assembly Constituencies BJP Shiva Sena Congress NCP MNS Others
288 105 56 44 54 1 28

Preliminary Results Live 288/288

BJP is leading in 102 seats, Shive Sena is leading in 60 seats, NCP is leading in 54 seats, Congress is leading in 38 seats, the MNs party is leading in 1 seat, AIMIM is leading in 5 seats and the others are leading in 28 seats.

Assembly Constituencies BJP Shiva Sena Congress NCP MNS AIMIM Others
288 102 60 38 54 1 5 28
Assembly Constituencies BJP Shiva Sena Congress NCP MNS AIMIM Others
288
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2019 Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Election Results Constituency Wise:

ACNO Assembly Constituency Winner/Party
1 Akkalkuwa ST  
2 Shahada ST  
3 Nandurbar ST  
4 Navapur ST  
5 Sakri ST  
6 Dhule Rural None  
7 Dhule City None  
8 Sindkheda None  
9 Shirpur ST  
10 Chopda ST  
11 Raver None  
12 Bhusawal SC  
13 Jalgaon City None  
14 Jalgaon Rural None  
15 Amalner None  
16 Erandol None  
17 Chalisgaon None  
18 Pachora None  
19 Jamner None  
20 Muktainagar None  
21 Malkapur None  
22 Buldhana None  
23 Chikhali None  
24 Sindkhed Raja None  
25 Mehkar SC  
26 Khamgaon None  
27 Jalgaon (Jamod) None  
28 Akot None  
29 Balapur None  
30 Akola West None  
31 Akola East None  
32 Murtizapur SC  
33 Risod None  
34 Washim SC  
35 Karanja None  
36 Dhamangaon Railway None  
37 Badnera None  
38 Amravati None  
39 Teosa None  
40 Daryapur SC  
41 Melghat ST  
42 Achalpur None  
43 Morshi None  
44 Arvi None  
45 Deoli None  
46 Hinganghat None  
47 Wardha None  
48 Katol None  
49 Savner None  
50 Hingna None  
51 Umred SC  
52 Nagpur South West None  
53 Nagpur South None  
54 Nagpur East None  
55 Nagpur Central None  
56 Nagpur West None  
57 Nagpur North SC  
58 Kamthi None  
59 Ramtek None  
60 Tumsar None  
61 Bhandara SC  
62 Sakoli None  
63 Arjuni Morgaon SC  
64 Tirora None  
65 Gondiya None  
66 Amgaon ST  
67 Armori ST  
68 Gadchiroli ST  
69 Aheri ST  
70 Rajura None  
71 Chandrapur SC  
72 Ballarpur None  
73 Brahmapuri None  
74 Chimur None  
75 Warora None  
76 Wani None  
77 Ralegaon ST  
78 Yavatmal None  
79 Digras None  
80 Arni ST  
81 Pusad None  
82 Umarkhed SC  
83 Kinwat None  
84 Hadgaon None  
85 Bhokar None  
86 Nanded North None  
87 Nanded South None  
88 Loha None  
89 Naigaon None  
90 Deglur SC  
91 Mukhed None  
92 Basmath None  
93 Kalamnuri None  
94 Hingoli None  
95 Jintur None  
96 Parbhani None  
97 Gangakhed None  
98 Pathri None  
99 Partur None  
100 Ghansawangi None  
101 Jalna None  
102 Badnapur SC  
103 Bhokardan None  
104 Sillod None  
105 Kannad None  
106 Phulambri None  
107 Aurangabad Central None  
108 Aurangabad West SC  
109 Aurangabad East None  
110 Paithan None  
111 Gangapur None  
112 Vaijapur None  
113 Nandgaon None  
114 Malegaon Central None  
115 Malegaon Outer None  
116 Baglan ST  
117 Kalvan ST  
118 Chandvad None  
119 Yewla None  
120 Sinnar None  
121 Niphad None  
122 Dindori ST  
123 Nashik East None  
124 Nashik Central None  
125 Nashik West None  
126 Deolali SC  
127 Igatpuri ST  
128 Dahanu ST  
129 Vikramgad ST  
130 Palghar ST  
131 Boisar ST  
132 Nalasopara None  
133 Vasai None  
134 Bhiwandi Rural ST  
135 Shahapur ST  
136 Bhiwandi West None  
137 Bhiwandi East None  
138 Kalyan West None  
139 Murbad None  
140 Ambernath SC  
141 Ulhasnagar None  
142 Kalyan East None  
143 Dombivali None  
144 Kalyan Rural None  
145 Mira Bhayandar None  
146 Ovala-Majiwada None  
147 Kopri-Pachpakhadi None  
148 Thane None  
149 Mumbra-Kalwa None  
150 Airoli None  
151 Belapur None  
152 Borivali None  
153 Dahisar None  
154 Magathane None  
155 Mulund None  
156 Vikhroli None  
157 Bhandup West None  
158 Jogeshwari East None  
159 Dindoshi None  
160 Kandivali East None  
161 Charkop None  
162 Malad West None  
163 Goregaon None  
164 Versova None  
165 Andheri West None  
166 Andheri East None  
167 Vile Parle None  
168 Chandivali None  
169 Ghatkopar West None  
170 Ghatkopar East None  
171 Mankhurd Shivaji Nagar None  
172 Anushakti Nagar None  
173 Chembur None  
174 Kurla SC  
175 Kalina None  
176 Vandre East None  
177 Vandre West None  
178 Dharavi SC  
179 Sion Koliwada None  
180 Wadala None  
181 Mahim None  
182 Worli None  
183 Shivadi None  
184 Byculla None  
185 Malabar Hill None  
186 Mumbadevi None  
187 Colaba None  
188 Panvel None  
189 Karjat None  
190 Uran None  
191 Pen None  
192 Alibag None  
193 Shrivardhan None  
194 Mahad None  
195 Junnar None  
196 Ambegaon None  
197 Khed Alandi None  
198 Shirur None  
199 Daund None  
200 Indapur None  
201 Baramati None  
202 Purandar None  
203 Bhor None  
204 Maval None  
205 Chinchwad None  
206 Pimpri SC  
207 Bhosari None  
208 Vadgaon Sheri None  
209 Shivajinagar None  
210 Kothrud None  
211 Khadakwasala None  
212 Parvati None  
213 Hadapsar None  
214 Pune Cantonment SC  
215 Kasba Peth None  
216 Akole ST  
217 Sangamner None  
218 Shirdi None  
219 Kopargaon None  
220 Shrirampur SC  
221 Nevasa None  
222 Shevgaon None  
223 Rahuri None  
224 Parner None  
225 Ahmednagar City None  
226 Shrigonda None  
227 Karjat Jamkhed None  
228 Georai None  
229 Majalgaon None  
230 Beed None  
231 Ashti None  
232 Kaij SC  
233 Parli None  
234 Latur Rural None  
235 Latur City None  
236 Ahmadpur None  
237 Udgir SC  
238 Nilanga None  
239 Ausa None  
240 Umarga SC  
241 Tuljapur None  
242 Osmanabad None  
243 Paranda None  
244 Karmala None  
245 Madha None  
246 Barshi None  
247 Mohol SC  
248 Solapur City North None  
249 Solapur City Central None  
250 Akkalkot None  
251 Solapur South None  
252 Pandharpur None  
253 Sangole None  
254 Malshiras SC  
255 Phaltan SC  
256 Wai None  
257 Koregaon None  
258 Man None  
259 Karad North None  
260 Karad South None  
261 Patan None  
262 Satara None  
263 Dapoli None  
264 Guhagar None  
265 Chiplun None  
266 Ratnagiri None  
267 Rajapur None  
268 Kankavli None  
269 Kudal None  
270 Sawantwadi None  
271 Chandgad None  
272 Radhanagari None  
273 Kagal None  
274 Kolhapur South None  
275 Karvir None  
276 Kolhapur North None  
277 Shahuwadi None  
278 Hatkanangle SC  
279 Ichalkaranji None  
280 Shirol None  
281 Miraj SC  
282 Sangli None  
283 Islampur None  
284 Shirala None  
285 Palus-Kadegaon None  
286 Khanapur None  
287 Tasgaon-Kavathe Mahankal None  
288 Jat None  

Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha Election Results Live on YouTube:

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Telangana ZPTC & MPTC Election Results 2019

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The Telangana State Election Commission declared the ZPTC & MPTC Elections results on Tuesday 4th June 2019. The TRS party had a humongous victory in this election. The TRS Party has won 446 ZPTC’s out of 535 ZPTC’s while the Congress Party won 76 ZPTC’s, BJP party won 8, and the others won the remaining 5 ZPTC’s. In the MPTC election results the TRS party won 3556 MPTC’s out of 5738 MPTC’s while the Congress party won 1377 MPTC’s, BJP won 211 MPTC’s, CPI won 84 MPTC’s, TDP won 21 MPTC’s and the others won 489 MPTC’s.

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Telangana ZPTC Election Results 2019:

S.NO Name of The Party ZPTC’s Won
1 TRS 446
2 Congress 76
3 BJP 8
4 CPI 0
5 TDP 0
6 Others 5
Total ZPTC’s 535
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Telangana MPTC Election Results 2019:

S.NO Name of The Party MPTC’s Won
1 TRS 3556
2 Congress 1377
3 BJP 211
4 CPI 84
5 TDP 21
6 Others 489
Total MPTC’s 5738

Telangana ZPTC Election Results Party Wise & District Wise 2019:

District Total TRS Congress BJP Others
Medchal-Malkajgiri 5 4 1 0 0
Warangal Urban 7 7 0 0 0
Mulugu 8 7 1 0 0
Jayashankar Bhoopalapally 11 6 4 0 1
Narayanpet 11 9 1 1 0
Jangoan 12 12 0 0 0
Jogulamba Gadwal 12 12 0 0 0
Rajanna Sirisilla 12 11 1 0 0
Peddapally 13 11 2 0 0
Mahaboobnagar 14 14 0 0 0
Vanaparthy 14 13 1 0 0
Komaram Bheem Asifabad 15 14 1 0 0
Kareemnagar 15 15 0 0 0
Mahaboobabad 16 14 2 0 0
Manchiryala 16 13 2 0 1
Warangal Rural 16 16 0 0 0
Yadadri Bhuvanagiri 17 14 3 0 0
Adilabad 17 9 3 5 0
Nirmal 18 12 5 0 1
Vikarabad 18 15 3 0 0
Jagityala 18 17 1 0 0
Medak 20 18 2 0 0
Nagar Kurnool 20 17 3 0 0
Khammam 20 17 3 0 0
Badadri Kothagudem 21 16 3 0 2
Ranga Reddy 21 16 4 0 0
Kama Reddy 22 14 8 0 0
Siddipeta 23 22 1 0 0
Suryapeta 23 19 4 0 0
Nizambad 27 23 2 2 0
Sanga Reddy 25 20 5 0 0
Nalgonda 31 24 7 0 0
Total: 538 451 73 8 5
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Telangana MPTC Election Results Party Wise & District Wise 2019:

District TRS Congress BJP Others
Medchal-Malkajgiri 20 12 1 9
Warangal Urban 62 12 1 11
Mulugu 48 23 0 1
Jayashankar Bhoopalapally 62 26 2 16
Narayanpet 86 17 26 10
Jangoan 96 33 0 10
Jogulamba Gadwal 99 19 10 13
Rajanna Sirisilla 72 18 8 25
Peddapally 91 31 6 10
Mahaboobnagar 113 38 6 12
Vanaparthy 89 21 0 17
Komaram Bheem Asifabad 83 19 3 16
Kareemnagar 98 26 15 36
Mahaboobabad 132 49 1 15
Manchiryala 78 36 0 15
Warangal Rural 129 43 0 16
Yadadri Bhuvanagiri 85 72 1 11
Adilabad 83 28 33 4
Nirmal 85 51 6 14
Vikarabad 139 72 0 9
Jagityala 143 37 19 15
Medak 117 43 0 29
Nagar Kurnool 137 52 4 16
Khammam 167 58 0 42
Badadri Kothagudem 115 25 0 28
Ranga Reddy 126 75 18 37
Kama Reddy 149 61 4 22
Siddipeta 152 28 4 44
Suryapeta 143 75 3 8
Nizambad 186 46 34 33
Sanga Reddy 177 101 2 15
Nalgonda 194 130 4 14
Total: 3556 1377 211 573
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The ZPTC & MPTC Election 2019 notification was released on Sunday 21st of this month. The Telangana State Election Commission scheduled the elections in 3 phases. Along with the polling dates the TS Election Commission announced the ZPTC & MPTC Elections Results date and the results will be declared on 27th May 2019.The ZPTC & MPTC election first phase is on 6th May Sunday, second phase is on 10h May Friday, and the third and last phase will be held on 14th May 2019 Tuesday.

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Telangana ZPTC & MPTC Election Dates & Important Points:

  • ZPTC & MPTC Election First Phase Date – 6th May 2019 – Monday
  • ZPTC & MPTC Election Second Phase Date – 10th May 2019 – Friday
  • ZPTC & MPTC Election Third Phase Date – 14th May 2019 – Tuesday
  • Zilla Parishads – 32
  • Total ZPTC’s– 535
  • Total MPTC’s – 5857
  • Mode of Election – Ballot Paper
  • Total Electorate – 1.56 crores
  • Total Male Voters – 77.34 Lakhs
  • Total Female Voters – 78.76 Lakhs
  • Total Polling Stations – 32,042

Major Political Parties in Telangana State:

S.NO Party Party short form Party Leader
1 Telangana Rashtra Samithi TRS K. Chandrashekar Rao
2 Indian National Congress INC N. Uttam kumar Reddy
3 Telugu Desam Party TDP L. Ramana
4 All India Majlis-e-ittehadul Muslimeen MIM Akbar Owasi
5 Bharatiya Janatha Party BJP Dr.K. Lakshman
6 Communist Party of India CPI Ch. Venkat Reddy
7 Telangana Jana Samithi TJS M. Kodandaram
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Telangana ZPTC & MPTC Elections Phase-I Date & Schedule 2019:

S.NO ZPTC & MPTC Election Event Date Election Event Day
1 Nominations of Candidates starts on 22/04/ 2019 Monday
2 Nominations of Candidates ends on 24/04/ 2019 Wednesday
3 Scrutiny of Nominations 25/04/ 2019 Thursday
4 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 28/04/ 2019 Sunday
5 Election Day 06/05/ 2019 Monday
6 Counting starts on 27/05/2019 Monday
7 Election Results 27/05/2019 Monday

Telangana ZPTC & MPTC Elections Phase-II Date & Schedule 2019:

S.NO ZPTC & MPTC Election Event Date Election Event Day
1 Nominations of Candidates starts on 26/04/2019 Friday
2 Nominations of Candidates ends on 28/04/2019 Sunday
3 Scrutiny of Nominations 29/04/2019 Monday
4 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 02/05/2019 Thursday
5 Election Day 10/05/2019 Friday
6 Counting starts on 27/05/2019 Monday
7 Election Results 27/05/2019 Monday

Telangana ZPTC & MPTC Elections Phase-III Date & Schedule 2019:

S.NO ZPTC & MPTC Election Event Date Election Event Day
1 Nominations of Candidates starts on 30/04/2019 Tuesday
2 Nominations of Candidates ends on 02/05/2019 Thursday
3 Scrutiny of Nominations 03/05/2019 Friday
4 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 06/05/ 2019 Monday
5 Election Day 14/05/2019 Tuesday
6 Counting starts on 27/05/2019 Monday
7 Election Results 27/05/2019 Monday
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Telangana ZPTC’s District Wise:

S.NO District ZPTC
1 Medchal-Malkajgiri 4
2 Warangal Urban 7
3 Mulugu 9
4 Jayashankar Bhoopalapally 11
5 Narayanpet 11
6 Jangoan 12
7 Jogulamba Gadwal 12
8 Rajanna Sirisilla 12
9 Peddapally 13
10 Mahaboobnagar 14
11 Vanaparthy 14
12 Komaram Bheem Asifabad 15
13 Kareemnagar 15
14 Mahaboobabad 16
15 Manchiryala 16
16 Warangal Rural 16
17 Yadadri Bhuvanagiri 17
18 Adilabad 17
19 Nirmal 18
20 Vikarabad 18
21 Jagityala 18
22 Medak 20
23 Nagar Kurnool 20
24 Khammam 20
25 Badadri Kothagudem 21
26 Ranga Reddy 21
27 Kama Reddy 22
28 Siddipeta 22
29 Suryapeta 23
30 Nizambad 25
31 Sanga Reddy 25
32 Nalgonda 31

Telangana MPTC’s District Wise:

S.NO District MPTC
1 Medchal-Malkajgiri 42
2 Warangal Urban 86
3 Mulugu 86
4 Jayashankar Bhoopalapally 106
5 Narayanpet 140
6 Jangoan 140
7 Jogulamba Gadwal 141
8 Rajanna Sirisilla 123
9 Peddapally 138
10 Mahaboobnagar 198
11 Vanaparthy 128
12 Komaram Bheem Asifabad 123
13 Kareemnagar 178
14 Mahaboobabad 198
15 Manchiryala 130
16 Warangal Rural 178
17 Yadadri Bhuvanagiri 177
18 Adilabad 158
19 Nirmal 156
20 Vikarabad 221
21 Jagityala 214
22 Medak 189
23 Nagar Kurnool 212
24 Khammam 289
25 Badadri Kothagudem 220
26 Ranga Reddy 257
27 Kama Reddy 236
28 Siddipeta 229
29 Suryapeta 235
30 Nizambad 299
31 Sanga Reddy 295
32 Nalgonda 349
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2019 Australian Federal Election Results

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Polling Day: Saturday – 18th May 2019

Polling Hours: 08:00 AM to 06:00 PM

House of Representatives Election for: 151 Seats

Senators Election for: 40 Seats

2019 Australian Federal Elections Results:

Party NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT National
Liberal National Coalition 23 15 23 11 4 2 0 0 78
ALP 23 21 6 5 5 2 3 2 67
Liberal 16 12 0 11 4 2 0 0 45
LNP 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 23
The Nationals 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 10
The Greens 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Independent 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3
KAP 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Central Alliance 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Total 47 38 30 16 10 5 3 2 151

Note: The counting process is going on, no seat is officially declared and the results mentioned in the above table indicates the leading.

National Two Party Count:

Party/ Coalition Total Votes Percentage of votes
Liberal/ National Coalition 5288361 50.91%
Australian Labor Party 5098555 49.09%

The Electoral Commission of Australia scheduled the Federal Elections to be held on Saturday 18th May 2019. The Electoral Commission of Australia scheduled these elections to form the46th Parliament in Australia. The last and 45th Parliament term was completed last month they called for the elections to form the new Parliament in Australia. The Electoral Commission scheduled this election for both House of Representatives and the Senators.

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The Parliament of Australia consists 2 houses one is lower house and the second one is upper house. The lower house is called as the House of Representatives and the upper house is called as House of Senators. The Australian House of representatives consists of 150 members and their term will be for 3 years. The Australian Senate consists of 76 seats and each State contribute 12 senate seats whose term will be for 6 years whereas each Territory has 2 senate positions whose term will be for three years.

Australian Electoral System::

The Australian Electoral Commission is responsible for conducting, organizing the elections in Australia. The Elections in Australia will be held once in every three years. The Australia Electoral system is a Parliamentary Election system. The Australia constitutes 6 States, 3 internal Territories and 7 external Territories. The Australian Parliament consists of 2 houses one is House of Representatives and the second one is house of senators. To elect the House of Representatives the voting system will be preferential and to elect the senators they follow the proportional representation.               

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Political Parties in Australia:

  • Australian Labour Party
  • Liberal Party of Australia
  • National Party of Australia
  • Liberal National Party
  • County Liberal Party
  • Nationalist Party of Australia
  • United Australia Party
  • Common Wealth Liberal Party
  • Lang Labor
  • Free Trade Party
  • Protectionist Party

Australia Federal Elections 2019 Schedule:

  • Senate Elections in Australia – 18th May 2019
  • House of Representatives Elections in Australia –  18th May 2019
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2019 Australian Federal Elections Results:

Party NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT National
Liberal National Coalition                  
ALP                  
Liberal                  
LNP                  
Nationals                  
Greens                  
Independent                  
KAP                  
Nick Xenophon Team                  
Country Liberals                  
Palmer United Party                  
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2016 Australian Federal Elections Results:

Party NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT National
Liberal National Coalition 23 17 21 11 4 0 0 0 76
ALP 24 18 8 5 6 6 4 2 69
Liberal 16 14 0 11 4 0 0 0 45
LNP 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 21
Nationals 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 10
Greens 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Independent 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2
KAP 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Nick Xenophon Team 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Country Liberals 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Palmer United Party 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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European Parliament Election Results Germany 2019

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Day of Election: 26th May 2019

Polling Hours: 08:00 AM to 06:00 PM Sunday

The 2019 European Parliament elections in Germany are to be held on Sunday 26th of this month. The total electorate of Germany who are eligible to vote in this election are 64.8 Million. The European Parliament consists of 751 Member of Parliament seats and out of these 751 MEP’s 96 MEP’s are represented by the Germany. 1380 Candidates from 41 political parties are contesting for the 96 MEP’s.

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2019 European Parliament Election Germany Highlights:

  • Total eligible voters in Germany to vote in European Parliament Elections are 64.8 Million.
  • 3.9 million first time voters to participate in this election.
  • 3.9 million voters from other European Union Member Countries may vote from Germany.
  • 1380 Candidates are contesting from 41 political parties.
  • 72000 Polling Stations.
  • 15000 Postal Ballot Districts.
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Major Political Parties in Germany for European Parliament Elections 2019:

  • CDU Party
  • SPD Party
  • Green Party
  • FDP Party
  • The LEFT Party
  • Christian Social Union Party
  • Free Voter Party
  • Tierschutzpartei Party
  • Family Party
  • Pirates Party
  • ODP Party
  • AFD Party
  • NPD Party
  • The Party
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2019 European Parliament Election Results Germany:.

This time 1380 Candidates from 41 political parties are contesting in the 2019 European Parliament Elections for 96 MEP’s seats.

Political Party MEP Seats Won Total Votes Polling Percentage
CDU Party      
SPD Party      
Green Party      
FDP Party      
The LEFT Party      
Christian Social Union Party      
Free Voter Party      
Tierschutzpartei Party      
Family Party      
Pirates Party      
ODP Party      
AFD Party      
NPD Party      
The Party      
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2014 European Parliament Election Results Germany:

There are 96 Member of European Parliament seats which represent from Germany. In the 2014 European Parliament Elections the CDU Party won 29 MEP’s where SPD party won 27 MEP’s, Green Party won 11 MEP’s seats.

Political Party MEP Seats Won Total Votes Polling Percentage
CDU Party 29 8812653 30%
SPD Party 27 8003628 27.3%
Green Party 11 3139274 10.7%
FDP Party 3 986841 3.4%
The LEFT Party 7 2168455 7.4%
Christian Social Union Party 5 1567448 5.3%
Free Voter Party 1 428800 1.5%
Tierschutzpartei Party 1 366598 1.2%
Family Party 1 202803 0.7%
Pirates Party 1 425044 1.4%
ODP Party 1 185244 0.6%
AFD Party 7 2070014 7.1%
NPD Party 1 301139 1.0%
The Party 1 184709 0.6%
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