Hunsur Assembly Constituency Election Result

  • Hunsur is a legislative assembly constituency in Karnataka. Election results of Hunsur assembly constituency seat is given below in a table that also lists all MLAs from this seat. Click election year in the table, for more detailed result.

List of all MLA from Hunsur Assembly Constituency Seat
(Karnataka)
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YearCandidatePartyTotal Vote
2013H P ManjunathINC83930
2008H P ManjunathaINC57497
2004Deve Gowda GtJD(S)60258
1999V PapannaBJP35046
1994C H VijayashankarBJP35973
1989Chandraprabha UrsINC51086
1985H L ThimmegowdaJNP33516
1983Chandra PrabhaJNP50951
1978D Devaraj UrsINC(I)36766
1972U Kariyappa GowdaINC25711


2013 Legislative Assembly Constituency Election
S NCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1H P Manjunath
Male
45 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
83930
51.97%
2Kumaraswamy
Male
72 yr
GEN
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
43723
27.07%
3C T Rajanna
Male
56 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
12637
7.82%
4Manjunath Urs M C
Male
44 yr
GEN
KJP
Karnataka Jantha Paksha
9011
5.58%
5K S Annayanayak
Male
52 yr
ST
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
4229
2.62%
6N Puttananjayya
Male
62 yr
GEN
SDPI
Social Democratic Party Of India
1745
1.08%
7Dyavappanayaka
Male
42 yr
GEN
BSRCP
Badavara Shramikara Raitara Congress Party
1434
0.89%
8Lokesha
Male
33 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
1292
0.8%
9Hunsur K Chandrashekar
Male
35 yr
GEN
DPPS
Democratic Prajakranthi Party Secularist
915
0.57%
10K Revanna
Male
70 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
744
0.46%
11B Rajanna
Male
65 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
620
0.38%
12C Tayappacharya
Male
45 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
451
0.28%
13Thimmegowda
Male
41 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
446
0.28%
14H M Manju
Male
33 yr
SC
IND
Independent
319
0.2%
Total

161496
79.31%
  • In 2013, Hunsur legislative assembly constituency had total 203627 electors. Total number of valid vote was 161496. Indian National Congress candidate H P Manjunath won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 83930 votes. Janata Dal (secular) candidate Kumaraswamy stood second with total 43723 votes. He lost by 40207 votes.


2008 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1H P Manjunatha
Male
40 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
57497
39.57%
2Chikkamadu S
Male
57 yr
ST
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
42456
29.22%
3G T Devegowda
Male
58 yr
GEN
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
36004
24.78%
4B N Vasuki
Male
31 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
2261
1.56%
5H D Mahadevanayaka
Male
42 yr
ST
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
1986
1.37%
6Raju
Male
47 yr
SC
IND
Independent
1265
0.87%
7Hunsur K Chandrashekar
Male
30 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
1163
0.8%
8L Revanna
Male
47 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
742
0.51%
9P K Ramu
Male
37 yr
ST
IND
Independent
527
0.36%
10B Rajanna
Male
60 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
441
0.3%
11Nandini K S
Female
37 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
367
0.25%
12Manjunatha
Male
31 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
326
0.22%
13G Mohiyuddin
Male
41 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
257
0.18%
Total

145292
77.39%
  • In 2008, Hunsur legislative assembly constituency had total 187752 electors. Total number of valid vote was 145292. Indian National Congress candidate H P Manjunatha won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 57497 votes. Janata Dal (secular) candidate Chikkamadu S stood second with total 42456 votes. He lost by 15041 votes.


2004 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Deve Gowda Gt
Male
54 yr
GEN
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
60258
2Chikkamadu S
Male
53 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
46126
3Marilingaiah Bs
Male
59 yr
GEN
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
19967
4Hosurkumar
Male
38 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
4272
5Dwarakish Bs
Male
62 yr
GEN
KNDP
Kannada Nadu Party
2265
6Mahadeva P
Male
36 yr
GEN
JP
Janata Party
1876
7Papanna V
Male
62 yr
GEN
USYP
Urs Samyuktha Paksha
651
8Rajegouda
Male
37 yr
GEN
KCVP
Kannada Chalavali Vatal Paksha
639
Total

136054
  • In 2004, Hunsur legislative assembly constituency had total electors. Total number of valid vote was 136054. Janata Dal (secular) candidate Deve Gowda Gt won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 60258 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Chikkamadu S stood second with total 46126 votes. He lost by 14132 votes.


1999 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1V Papanna
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
35046
28.61%
2Chikkamadu S
Male
IND
Independent
32256
26.33%
3G T Devegowda
Male
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
31051
25.35%
4Chandraprabha Urs
Female
INC
Indian National Congress
21736
17.74%
5C D Raju
Male
BRPP
Bharatiya Republican Paksha
2418
1.97%
Total

122507
74.97%
  • In 1999, Hunsur legislative assembly constituency had total 163555 electors. Total number of valid vote was 122507. Bharatiya Janata Party candidate V Papanna won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 35046 votes. Independent candidate Chikkamadu S stood second with total 32256 votes. He lost by 2790 votes.


1994 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1C H Vijayashankar
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
35973
31.04%
2V Papanna
Male
JD
Janata Dal
33122
28.58%
3P Govindaraju
Male
KCP
Karnataka Congress Party
23945
20.66%
4Chandraprabha Urs
Female
INC
Indian National Congress
19661
16.97%
5Harihara Anandaswamy
Male
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
1484
1.28%
6Mahadeva Naika
Male
IND
Independent
255
0.22%
7M Nagaraju
Male
IND
Independent
247
0.21%
8K S Nanjegowda
Male
SP
Samajwadi Party
242
0.21%
9M A Chota Sab
Male
IND
Independent
181
0.16%
10Mallesh
Male
IND
Independent
142
0.12%
11Mirja Mohamed Baig
Male
IND
Independent
132
0.11%
12Kari Naika
Male
IND
Independent
105
0.09%
13Somanna
Male
IND
Independent
90
0.08%
14M P Mohamed Apsar
Male
IND
Independent
83
0.07%
15Ramachandra
Male
IND
Independent
69
0.06%
16Basavaraju
Male
IND
Independent
65
0.06%
17Mahadevu
Male
IND
Independent
47
0.04%
18Basir Ahamed Khan
Male
IND
Independent
37
0.03%
Total

115880
78.45%
  • In 1994, Hunsur legislative assembly constituency had total 149718 electors. Total number of valid vote was 115880. Bharatiya Janata Party candidate C H Vijayashankar won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 35973 votes. Janata Dal candidate V Papanna stood second with total 33122 votes. He lost by 2851 votes.


1989 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Chandraprabha Urs
Female
INC
Indian National Congress
51086
54.27%
2Kariyappa Gowda D
Male
JD
Janata Dal
18349
19.49%
3Thimmegowda H L
Male
JNP(JP)
Janata Party (jp)
17941
19.06%
4Basavaraju S
Male
IND
Independents
3096
3.29%
5Mahadeva Rao Kadam
Male
BJP
Bhartiya Janata Party
1164
1.24%
6Kittu S
Male
IND
Independents
777
0.83%
7Mahadevu
Male
IND
Independents
608
0.65%
8Mahalakshamma
Female
IND
Independents
415
0.44%
9Kuntaiah S
Male
IND
Independents
291
0.31%
10Mohamed Afsar
Male
IND
Independents
264
0.28%
11Thammaiah H V
Male
IND
Independents
137
0.15%
Total

94128
74.93%
  • In 1989, Hunsur legislative assembly constituency had total 134220 electors. Total number of valid vote was 94128. Indian National Congress candidate Chandraprabha Urs won and became MLA from this seat. She secured total 51086 votes. Janata Dal candidate Kariyappa Gowda D stood second with total 18349 votes. He lost by 32737 votes.


1985 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1H L Thimmegowda
Male
JNP
Janta Party
33516
44.27%
2Chandraprabha Urs
Female
INC
Indian National Congress
31116
41.1%
3Chikkachannappa
Male
IND
Independent
8764
11.57%
4Puttaraju
Male
IND
Independent
1619
2.14%
5M C Beeregowda
Male
IND
Independent
212
0.28%
6Javaraiah
Male
IND
Independent
207
0.27%
7C Chikkarangaiah
Male
IND
Independent
159
0.21%
8Mariyaiah
Male
IND
Independent
123
0.16%
Total

75716
76.99%
  • In 1985, Hunsur legislative assembly constituency had total 99859 electors. Total number of valid vote was 75716. Janta Party candidate H L Thimmegowda won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 33516 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Chandraprabha Urs stood second with total 31116 votes. She lost by 2400 votes.


1983 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Chandra Prabha
Female
JNP
Janta Party
50951
74.1%
2Prema Kumar H N
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
15363
22.34%
3Malleswamy H S
Male
IND
Independents
864
1.26%
4Chikkamadu S
Male
IND
Independents
605
0.88%
5Somegowda
Male
BJP
Bhartiya Janta Party
516
0.75%
6Mirza Mohammed Baig
Male
IND
Independents
461
0.67%
Total

68760
75.29%
  • In 1983, Hunsur legislative assembly constituency had total 93142 electors. Total number of valid vote was 68760. Janta Party candidate Chandra Prabha won and became MLA from this seat. She secured total 50951 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Prema Kumar H N stood second with total 15363 votes. He lost by 35588 votes.


1978 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1D Devaraj Urs
Male
INC(I)
Indian National Congress (i)
36766
55.24%
2H L Thimmegowda
Male
JNP
Janata Party
24711
37.13%
3S Chikkamadu
Male
IND
Independent
4665
7.01%
4G Rangaswamy
Male
IND
Independent
409
0.61%
Total

66551
82.45%
  • In 1978, Hunsur legislative assembly constituency had total 82771 electors. Total number of valid vote was 66551. Indian National Congress (i) candidate D Devaraj Urs won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 36766 votes. Janata Party candidate H L Thimmegowda stood second with total 24711 votes. He lost by 12055 votes.


1972 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1U Kariyappa Gowda
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
25711
51.53%
2H Hombe Gowda
Male
NCO
Indian National Congress (organisation)
11960
23.97%
3S Sanjeevaiah
Male
IND
Independents
8093
16.22%
4M L Nanjaraje Urs
Male
IND
Independents
2667
5.35%
5Mahadevarao Kadam
Male
BJS
Bharatiya Jana Sangh
940
1.88%
6K R Shivarame Gowda
Male
IND
Independents
525
1.05%
Total

49896
66.24%
  • In 1972, Hunsur legislative assembly constituency had total 78166 electors. Total number of valid vote was 49896. Indian National Congress candidate U Kariyappa Gowda won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 25711 votes. Indian National Congress (organisation) candidate H Hombe Gowda stood second with total 11960 votes. He lost by 13751 votes.


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