A total of 24,824 voters opted for 49-O in the elections in Tamil Nadu. This is a seemly small number of the total votes cast (3,67,53,114).
Chennai had the highest no. of voters who used the option of 49-O – 3,407, followed by Coimbatore district with 3,061 voters. Kanniyakumari District has the least no. of . . . → Read More: 24824 voters opted for 49-O
The final voting statistics for Tamil Nadu have been declared. Overall 78.12% of votes have been polled in the state.
The smallest constituency in terms of voters count KILVELUR in Nagappatinam District has emerged on top as the best polling constituency with 91.89% of votes polled. Hats Off to the citizens of the constituency.
Chennai . . . → Read More: Polling Stats
Officials will be distributing the pending voter slips today. People who have not got the voter slip can collect it from there polling station today(10th April, Sunday) till 5 PM.
Latest update from Election Commission – if your photo does not appear on the voter list then you can use any of the other specified photo Id cards. However this seems to be for the 3 districts of Chennai, Kencheepuram and Madurai
Voter slips distribution by Government Officials has started. Distribution has started in Chennai. The Zonal Tax Collectors are distributing the slips in Chennai. Hopefully all the voter slips will be distributed by this weekend.
In the latest press release, Election Commission has stated that voters will be allowed to vote only if they have their Voter ID Card or the Voter’s Slip that Election Commission is going to distribute from April 1st. This is completly different from the Election Commission’s order dated 23rd March for allowing use of other . . . → Read More: Only Voter ID Card or Voter Slip allowed?
If your name is in the Electoral Rolls but you have not received the Voter ID Card yet, then also you can vote using one of the below mentioned Photo ID Cards:
(ii) Driving License issued up to 28.02.2011.
(iii) Income Tax Identity (PAN) Cards,
(iv) Service Identity Cards with photograph issued to . . . → Read More: Voting without Voter ID Card
If you have not received your Voter ID Card yet, Election Commission gives you the last opportunity before the upcoming elections to get them. Election Commission is conducting a Special Campaign for issue of pending Voter ID Cards on 12th & 13th March (Saturday & Sunday). Approach your respective VAO Office (in rural areas) or . . . → Read More: Get your Voter ID Card
Election Commission has released the English verion of the Electoral Rolls for constituencies in Chennai.
These can be accessed on the Tamil Nadu Election Commission website (Click Here).
Select the Constituency and search for your address (street name/area) to find the part in which your name is registered.
You will be able to view the . . . → Read More: Electoral Rolls in English for Chennai
Sholinganallur, on the outskirts of Chennai, the new constituency is the Biggest Constituency in terms of voter count. It has a total of 3,40,615 voters.
List of 10 Biggest Constituencies in terms of voter count is as below:
Constituency No. of Voters District SHOZHINGANALLUR 3,40,615 KANCHEEPURAM KAVUNDAMPALAYAM 2,89,912 COIMBATORE AVADI 2,65,914 THIRUVALLUR PALLAVARAM 2,65,703 KANCHEEPURAM . . . → Read More: Constituency Voter Count