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The Rajasthan assembly election 2023 was held in a single phase on November 25. Polling for the 200-member legislative assembly was earlier scheduled for November 23, but the Election Commission of India later changed the date to November 25 citing "large-scale" weddings and social engagements. In Rajasthan, the Congress is currently in power under the chief ministership of Ashok Gehlot. The last assembly election in Rajasthan was held in December 2018 in which the Congress emerged as the single-largest party. The counting of votes for the assembly election 2023 will be conducted on December 3. There are 10 key constituencies in Rajasthan from where the main two parties -- the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party -- have filed their main candidates. Upon assuming the role of Assam governor earlier this year, Gulab Chand Kataria vacated the Udaipur seat he had secured six times. Recently ousted from the Ashok Gehlot ministry, Rajendra Gudha won the Udaipurwati constituency in 2008 and 2018 on a BSP ticket but switched to the Congress both times. Gudha, who claims to possess a "red diary" documenting corruption by Ashok Gehlot, has joined with Eknath Shinde's Shiv Sena. A consistent stronghold for the Congress in Jodhpur district, Sardarpura had elected chief minister Ashok Gehlot to the assembly since 1999 when he won a by-poll. Jhalrapatan is a BJP stronghold in Jhalawar district and has been represented by former chief minister Vasundhara Raje since 2003. Raje defeated Manvendra Singh Jasol, son of former Union minister Jaswant Singh, in the last election by about 35,000 votes. From Tonk, Congress leader Sachin Pilot won this seat in 2018. The constituency has a significant proportion of Gurjar, Scheduled Caste, and Muslim voters. Rajasthan Congress president Govind Singh Dotasra has represented the Laxmangarh seat since 2008. The BJP secured victory here only once in 2003. Jat leader Sis Ram Ola represented the Jhunjhunu constituency thrice, and his son Brijendra Ola has been winning it since 2008. Rajasthan's first assembly Speaker Narottam Lal (Congress) hailed from here. Another former Speaker, Sumitra Singh, won here six times, with four of those victories as a Congress candidate. Leader of the Opposition in the Rajasthan assembly Rajendra Rathore has represented the BJP stronghold of Churu six times since 1990. Since 1993, the Kota North seat has alternated between the BJP and the Congress. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla won here in 2003. Rajasthan minister and current MLA Shanti Dhariwal won the last election from this seat. Rajasthan mines minister Pramod Jain Bhaya currently represents the Anta constituency. ...read more

All Constituencies

  1. Sadulshahar
  2. Ganganagar
  3. Karanpur
  4. Suratgarh
  5. Raisingh Nagar
  6. Anupgarh
  7. Sangaria
  8. Hanumangarh
  9. Pilibanga
  10. Nohar
  11. Bhadra
  12. Khajuwala
  13. Bikaner West
  14. Bikaner East
  15. Kolayat
  16. Lunkaransar
  17. Shree Dungargarh
  18. Nokha
  19. Sadulpur
  20. Taranagar
  21. Sardarshahar
  22. Churu
  23. Ratangarh
  24. Sujangarh
  25. Pilani
  26. Surajgarh
  27. Jhunjhunu
  28. Mandawa
  29. Nawalgarh
  30. Udaipurwati
  31. Khetri
  32. Fatehpur
  33. Lachhmangarh
  34. Dhod
  35. Sikar
  36. Dantaramgarh
  37. Khandela
  38. Neem Ka Thana
  39. Srimadhopur
  40. Kotputli
  41. Viratnagar
  42. Shahpura
  43. Chomu
  44. Phulera
  45. Dudu
  46. Jhotwara
  47. Amber
  48. Jamwa Ramgarh
  49. Hawa Mahal
  50. Vidhyadhar Nagar
  51. Civil Lines
  52. Kishan Pole
  53. Adarsh Nagar
  54. Malviya Nagar
  55. Sanganer
  56. Bagru
  57. Bassi
  58. Chaksu
  59. Tijara
  60. Kishangarh Bas
  61. Mundawar
  62. Behror
  63. Bansur
  64. Thanagazi
  65. Alwar Rural
  66. Alwar Urban
  67. Ramgarh
  68. Rajgarh Laxmangarh
  69. Kathumar
  70. Kaman
  71. Nagar
  72. Deeg-Kumher
  73. Bharatpur
  74. Nadbai
  75. Weir
  76. Bayana
  77. Baseri
  78. Bari
  79. Dholpur
  80. Rajakhera
  81. Todabhim
  82. Hindaun
  83. Karauli
  84. Sapotra
  85. Bandikui
  86. Mahuwa
  87. Sikrai
  88. Dausa
  89. Lalsot
  90. Gangapur
  91. Bamanwas
  92. Sawai Madhopur
  93. Khandar
  94. Malpura
  95. Niwai
  96. Tonk
  97. Deoli - Uniara
  98. Kishangarh
  99. Pushkar
  100. Ajmer North
  101. Ajmer South
  102. Nasirabad
  103. Beawar
  104. Masuda
  105. Kekri
  106. Ladnun
  107. Deedwana
  108. Jayal
  109. Nagaur
  110. Khinwsar
  111. Merta
  112. Degana
  113. Makrana
  114. Parbatsar
  115. Nawan
  116. Jaitaran
  117. Sojat
  118. Pali
  119. Marwar Junction
  120. Bali
  121. Sumerpur
  122. Phalodi
  123. Lohawat
  124. Shergarh
  125. Osian
  126. Bhopalgarh
  127. Sardarpura
  128. Jodhpur
  129. Soorsagar
  130. Luni
  131. Bilara
  132. Jaisalmer
  133. Pokaran
  134. Sheo
  135. Barmer
  136. Baytu
  137. Pachpadra
  138. Siwana
  139. Gudhamalani
  140. Chohtan
  141. Ahore
  142. Jalore
  143. Bhinmal
  144. Sanchore
  145. Raniwara
  146. Sirohi
  147. Pindwara Abu
  148. Reodar
  149. Gogunda
  150. Jhadol
  151. Kherwara
  152. Udaipur Rural
  153. Udaipur
  154. Mavli
  155. Vallabh Nagar
  156. Salumber
  157. Dhariyawad
  158. Dungarpur
  159. Aspur
  160. Sagwara
  161. Chorasi
  162. Ghatol
  163. Garhi
  164. Banswara
  165. Bagidora
  166. Kushalgarh
  167. Kapasan
  168. Begun
  169. Chittorgarh
  170. Nimbahera
  171. Bari Sadri
  172. Pratapgarh
  173. Bhim
  174. Kumbhalgarh
  175. Rajsamand
  176. Nathdwara
  177. Asind
  178. Mandal
  179. Sahara
  180. Bhilwara
  181. Shahpura
  182. Jahazpur
  183. Mandalgarh
  184. Hindoli
  185. Keshoraipatan
  186. Bundi
  187. Pipalda
  188. Sangod
  189. Kota North
  190. Kota South
  191. Ladpura
  192. Ramganj Mandi
  193. Anta
  194. Kishanganj
  195. Baran-Atru
  196. Chhabra
  197. Dag
  198. Jhalrapatan
  199. Khanpur
  200. Manohar Thana

Rajasthan Election Constituency FAQS

  • When was the last Rajasthan assembly election held?

    The last assembly election in Rajasthan was held in December 2018

  • What is the term duration of the Rajasthan legislative assembly?

    The term duration of the Rajasthan legislative assembly is five years.

  • How many seats are there in the Rajasthan legislative assembly?

    The Rajasthan legislative assembly has 200 seats.

  • Which political parties are prominent in Rajasthan?

    Major political parties in Rajasthan include the BJP, Congress, SP, BSP and other regional parties.

  • Who is the chief minister of Rajasthan?

    Ashok Gehlot was serving as the chief minister of Rajasthan.

  • How is the Chief Minister of Rajasthan elected?

    The chief minister of Rajasthan is elected by the MLAs. The leader of the party or coalition with a majority of seats in the assembly is usually invited by the Governor to form the government and becomes the chief minister.

  • Where can I find the results of the Rajasthan assembly election?

    Election results are usually available on the official website of the Election Commission of India, as well as through various news outlets and election commission apps.

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