Magadi Assembly Constituency Election Result

Live - 2018 Magadi Assembly Constituency
Last Update: July 31, 2018
Result Declared
Sr NoPartyCandidateTotal Vote
1Janata Dal (secular)A. Manjunath119492
2Indian National CongressH.c. Balakrishna68067
3Bharatiya Janata PartyM.c.hanumantharaj4410
4None Of The AboveNone Of The Above839
5IndependentMurali.b600
6All India Mahila Empowerment PartyD.m.madegowda223
7IndependentPrashant.m217
8IndependentNaveenkumar112
9Samajwadi PartyD.shivakumar94
10IndependentM.g.jayananda Swamy91
11IndependentNarasimhamurthy.h73
  • Magadi is a legislative assembly constituency in Karnataka. Election results of Magadi 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 Magadi Assembly Constituency Seat
(Karnataka)
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YearCandidatePartyTotal Vote
2013H C BalakrishnaJD(S)74821
2008H C BalakrishnaJD(S)75991
2004Balakrishna H CJD(S)49197
1999H M RevannaINC52802
1994H C BalakrishnaBJP56735
1989H M RevannaINC46697
1985H G ChannappaJNP38605
1983H G ChannappaINC30947
1978Bettaswamy GowdaJNP31628
1972H G ChannappaIND19948


2013 Legislative Assembly Constituency Election
S NCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1H C Balakrishna
Male
48 yr
GEN
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
74821
44%
2A Manjunath
Male
39 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
60462
35.55%
3H M Kirshnamurthy
Male
55 yr
GEN
KJP
Karnataka Jantha Paksha
27143
15.96%
4C K Jagadish Prasad
Male
35 yr
GEN
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
1604
0.94%
5A G Krishnamurthy
Male
49 yr
SC
BDBRAJP
Bharatiya Dr. B.r.ambedkar Janta Party
1228
0.72%
6M T Ravikumar
Male
31 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
1069
0.63%
7V Rajashekshar
Male
27 yr
SC
IND
Independent
869
0.51%
8Jaffer Pasha
Male
46 yr
GEN
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
515
0.3%
9K Ramesha
Male
29 yr
GEN
JD(U)
Janata Dal (united)
434
0.26%
10T Hombegowda
Male
39 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
392
0.23%
11T M Gangaiah
Male
31 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
297
0.17%
12Balakrishna
Male
35 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
288
0.17%
13N Manjunath
Male
30 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
274
0.16%
14H L Balakrishna
Male
40 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
268
0.16%
15R Rangaswami
Male
34 yr
SC
IND
Independent
217
0.13%
16Mahamad Apsar Pasha
Male
53 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
185
0.11%
Total

170066
83.78%
  • In 2013, Magadi legislative assembly constituency had total 202991 electors. Total number of valid vote was 170066. Janata Dal (secular) candidate H C Balakrishna won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 74821 votes. Indian National Congress candidate A Manjunath stood second with total 60462 votes. He lost by 14359 votes.


2008 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1H C Balakrishna
Male
43 yr
GEN
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
75991
52.75%
2P Nagaraju
Male
45 yr
GEN
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
51072
35.46%
3Kalpana Shivanna
Female
42 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
10399
7.22%
4D Shivakumar
Male
40 yr
GEN
SP
Samajwadi Party
1628
1.13%
5H B Shivalingaiah
Male
47 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
1126
0.78%
6Jaffer Pasha
Male
42 yr
GEN
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
1056
0.73%
7Mahamada Afsar Pasha
Male
50 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
821
0.57%
8M B Jagadhish
Male
32 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
529
0.37%
9R Krishnamurthy
Male
55 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
514
0.36%
10Krishnamurthy
Male
35 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
467
0.32%
11T R Ashok Kumar
Male
38 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
444
0.31%
Total

144047
77.34%
  • In 2008, Magadi legislative assembly constituency had total 186252 electors. Total number of valid vote was 144047. Janata Dal (secular) candidate H C Balakrishna won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 75991 votes. Bharatiya Janata Party candidate P Nagaraju stood second with total 51072 votes. He lost by 24919 votes.


2004 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Balakrishna H C
Male
39 yr
GEN
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
49197
2Revanna H M
Male
55 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
37921
3Pushpa C
Female
27 yr
GEN
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
29261
4Parthasarthy T G
Male
31 yr
GEN
KNDP
Kannada Nadu Party
1056
5Rangaiya
Male
45 yr
SC
IND
Independent
655
6Balaraju
Male
37 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
586
7Shivkumar D
Male
37 yr
GEN
USYP
Urs Samyuktha Paksha
403
8Rangaswamy B R
Male
42 yr
GEN
JP
Janata Party
358
Total

119437
  • In 2004, Magadi legislative assembly constituency had total electors. Total number of valid vote was 119437. Janata Dal (secular) candidate Balakrishna H C won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 49197 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Revanna H M stood second with total 37921 votes. He lost by 11276 votes.


1999 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1H M Revanna
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
52802
48.24%
2H C Balakrishna S/o H G Channappa
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
47707
43.59%
3H R Kemegowda S/o Late Ramegowda
Male
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
8094
7.4%
4Doddaiah S/o Late Nanjaiah
Male
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
519
0.47%
5A Gangadharaiah S/o Andanaiah
Male
IND
Independent
271
0.25%
6J Lingaiah S/o Jogaiah
Male
IND
Independent
53
0.05%
Total

109446
72.73%
  • In 1999, Magadi legislative assembly constituency had total 153945 electors. Total number of valid vote was 109446. Indian National Congress candidate H M Revanna won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 52802 votes. Bharatiya Janata Party candidate H C Balakrishna S/o H G Channappa stood second with total 47707 votes. He lost by 5095 votes.


1994 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1H C Balakrishna
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
56735
54.01%
2H M Revanna
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
42131
40.11%
3Revanna (v G Doddi)
Male
JD
Janata Dal
3347
3.19%
4Javarappa
Male
KCP
Karnataka Congress Party
1917
1.82%
5Doddiah
Male
IND
Independent
522
0.5%
6G Chikkanna
Male
IND
Independent
118
0.11%
7Paramashivaiah
Male
IND
Independent
110
0.1%
8Jayaramaiah
Male
IND
Independent
87
0.08%
9K R Ramachandranaiaka
Male
IND
Independent
77
0.07%
Total

105044
76.48%
  • In 1994, Magadi legislative assembly constituency had total 138919 electors. Total number of valid vote was 105044. Bharatiya Janata Party candidate H C Balakrishna won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 56735 votes. Indian National Congress candidate H M Revanna stood second with total 42131 votes. He lost by 14604 votes.


1989 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1H M Revanna
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
46697
52.66%
2Berraswamy Gowda
Male
JNP(JP)
Janata Party (jp)
24001
27.07%
3H G Channappa
Male
JD
Janata Dal
13589
15.32%
4Mariyappa Gowada
Male
KRS
Karnataka Rajya Ryota Sangha
1663
1.88%
5B H Maheshaiah
Male
BJP
Bhartiya Janata Party
978
1.1%
6Jaffer Pasha
Male
IND
Independents
377
0.43%
7R Jayachandra
Male
IND
Independents
365
0.41%
8T C Nagaraju
Male
LKD(B)
Lok Dal (b)
325
0.37%
9B L Parasannakumaraguptha)
Male
IND
Independents
268
0.3%
10S M Sahadevaiah
Male
IND
Independents
232
0.26%
11H J Chandrasekhar
Male
IND
Independents
180
0.2%
Total

88675
74.06%
  • In 1989, Magadi legislative assembly constituency had total 125052 electors. Total number of valid vote was 88675. Indian National Congress candidate H M Revanna won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 46697 votes. Janata Party (jp) candidate Berraswamy Gowda stood second with total 24001 votes. He lost by 22696 votes.


1985 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1H G Channappa
Male
JNP
Janta Party
38605
54.59%
2H M Revanna
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
30507
43.14%
3T C Nagaraju
Male
LKD
Lok Dal
1357
1.92%
4Venkatesh
Male
IND
Independent
249
0.35%
Total

70718
71.71%
  • In 1985, Magadi legislative assembly constituency had total 99813 electors. Total number of valid vote was 70718. Janta Party candidate H G Channappa won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 38605 votes. Indian National Congress candidate H M Revanna stood second with total 30507 votes. He lost by 8098 votes.


1983 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1H G Channappa
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
30947
47.67%
2T A Rangaiah
Male
JNP
Janta Party
29277
45.1%
3T C Nagaraju
Male
LKD
Lok Dal
3837
5.91%
4Venkateshaiah
Male
IND
Independents
379
0.58%
5B L Prsannakumara Gupta
Male
IND
Independents
372
0.57%
6Solur Vasudeva Setty
Male
ICJ
Indian Congress (jagjivan Ram)
109
0.17%
Total

64921
71.6%
  • In 1983, Magadi legislative assembly constituency had total 92316 electors. Total number of valid vote was 64921. Indian National Congress candidate H G Channappa won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 30947 votes. Janta Party candidate T A Rangaiah stood second with total 29277 votes. He lost by 1670 votes.


1978 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Bettaswamy Gowda
Male
JNP
Janata Party
31628
49.08%
2Hulikatte G Channappa
Male
INC(I)
Indian National Congress (i)
26255
40.74%
3Harthi G Channappa
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
4311
6.69%
4C R Venkatappa
Male
IND
Independent
1137
1.76%
5B L Prasanna Kumara Gupta
Male
IND
Independent
606
0.94%
6M G Jayanandaswamy
Male
IND
Independent
305
0.47%
7H S Gaganna
Male
IND
Independent
206
0.32%
Total

64448
78.06%
  • In 1978, Magadi legislative assembly constituency had total 84267 electors. Total number of valid vote was 64448. Janata Party candidate Bettaswamy Gowda won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 31628 votes. Indian National Congress (i) candidate Hulikatte G Channappa stood second with total 26255 votes. He lost by 5373 votes.


1972 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1H G Channappa
Male
IND
Independents
19948
50.74%
2C R Range Gowda
Male
NCO
Indian National Congress (organisation)
9738
24.77%
3R V Susheelamma
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
9629
24.49%
Total

39315
63.2%
  • In 1972, Magadi legislative assembly constituency had total 63779 electors. Total number of valid vote was 39315. Independents candidate H G Channappa won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 19948 votes. Indian National Congress (organisation) candidate C R Range Gowda stood second with total 9738 votes. He lost by 10210 votes.


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