Gujarat Election 2022 Date,1 & 2 Phase Schedule, Assembly Elections Candidates, Voting date, Counting, Result

Gujarat Election: The Gujarat assembly election is just around the corner and with it, a lot of confusion and uncertainty among the electorate. With so many pools and counting processes happening at the same time, it can be hard to keep track of everything. This article will provide you with all the information you need to know about the Gujarat election date, schedule, candidates, pooling, counting, and result. So whether you’re a voter or just want to follow the news, this is the post for you.

The Gujarat assembly elections are soon to take place and the date, time, venue and more details are currently unknown. However, this election is of great importance as it will decide the future of the state of Gujarat. So, whether you’re a resident of Gujarat or not, make sure to stay up to date with all the latest update here will keep you updated on all the latest election news and developments.

Gujarat Election 2022

Gujarat Assembly Election 2022 will be held on scheduled dates to elect 182 Members of Legislative Assembly. Many candidates from big political parties such as B.J.P, Indian National Congress are in the race. So to keep track of all the happenings and latest updates, stay tuned to this blog!

To elect a candidate from any assembly district, he or she must receive more votes than the other contenders. Only those candidates who meet the eligibility requirements will be issued on the official website of SEC Gujarat on November 5, 2022. From each seat, several candidates will fill in nominations, with only notification being granted.

Gujarat Election 2022

Gujarat Election 2022 Details

Election Name Gujarat Election
Year 2022
State Gujarat
Election Voting Voting Now
Major Participate Parties Bhartiya Janata Party, Indian National Congress, Aam Aadmi Party
Category Trending
Result Website Check Here

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Gujarat Election Dates 2022

The winning political party will be able to form a government in the state, assuming it obtains a majority of seats. On November 01, 2022, 89 Assembly Constituencies will be up for election in Phase 1, and 93 Assembly Constituencies will be up for election in Phase 2 on November 05, 2022.

Gujarat Election On December 1st and 5th, 2022, the Gujarat Legislative Assembly Election will be conducted in two phases by the State Election Commission, Gujarat. The results will be published on December 8th, 2022. You may learn more about the impending election date in 2022 on Gujarat’s official website, SEC, at https://sec.gujarat.gov.in

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Gujarat Election 2022 Full Schedule

Gujarat assembly election schedule 2022 will be hold now. In this election, around 182 seats are up for grabs in the state. The counting of votes will be done on December 8. Check the Gujarat election schedule below to know all the details related to it. The Gujarat State Election Commission has officially announced the schedule for the Gujarat Election 2022. The entire schedule for the Phase 1 and 2 Assembly Elections may be found in the table below.

Events Gujarat assembly Election Schedule 
1st Phase 2nd Phase
Notification Date Nov. 5, 2022 November 10, 2022
Nominations Last Date November 14, 2022 November 17, 2022
Nominations Scrutiny November 15, 2022 November 18, 2022
Candidates Withdrawal Last Date November 17, 2022 November 21, 2022
Polling Date December 1, 2022 December 5, 2022
Vote Counting Date December 8, 2022 December 8, 2022

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Gujarat Assembly Election Candidates

Gujarat Assembly election candidates list are out. Check who are the candidates and their party in the state. There are a total of 182 seats in the assembly.

Gujarat Election B.J.P. Condidates List

1. Ghatlodia – Bhupendrabhai Patel
2. Abdasa – Pradyumansinh Mahipatsinh Jadeja
3. Mandvi – Anirudh Bhailal Dave
4. Bhuj – Keshavlal Shivdasbhai Patel (Keshubhai)
5. Anjar – Trikambhai Bijalbhai Chhanga
6. Gandhidham (SC) – Maltiben Kishorbhai Maheshvari
7. Rapar – Virendrasinh Bahadur Singh Jadeja
8. Dasada (SC) – Parshottambhai Khngarbhai Parmar
9. Limbdi – Kirtisinh Jitubha Rana
10. Wadhwan – Jignaben Sanjaybhai Pandya
11. Chotila – Shamjibhai Bhimjibhai Chauhan
12. Dhrangadhra – Prakashbhai Purshottambhai Varmora
13. Morbi – Kantilal Shivlal Amrutiya
14. Tankara – Durlabhjibhai Harkhjibhai Dethariya
15. Wankaner – Jitendrabhai Kantilal Somani (Jitu Somani)
16. Rajkot East – Udaykumar Prabhatbhai Kangad
17. Rajkot West – Dr. Darshita Paras Shah
18. Rajkot South – Rameshbhai Virajibhai Tilara
19. Rajkot Rural (SC) – Bhanuben Manoharbhai Babaria
20. Jasdan – Kunwarjibhai Mohanbhai Bavaliya
21. Gondal – Gitaba Jayrajsinh Jadeja
22. Jetpur – Jayeshbhai Vithalbhai Radadiya
23. Kalavad (SC) – Meghajibhai Amrabhai Chavda
24. Jamnagar Rural – Raghavjibhai Hansrajbhai Patel
25. Jamnagar North – Rivaba Ravindrasinh Jadeja
26. Jamnagar South – Divyesh Ranchhodbhai Akbari
27. Jamjodhpur – Chimanbhai Dharmshibhai Bokheria
28. Dwarka – Pabudha Viramabha Manek
29. Porbandar – Babubhai Bhimabhai Bokheriya
30. Manavadar – Javaharbhai Pethajibhai Chavda
31. Junagadh – Sanjaybhai Krushnadas Koradia
32. Visavadar – Harshadbhai Krushnadas Koradia
33. Keshod – Devabhai Punjabhai Malam
34. Mangrol – Bhagwanjibhai Kargathiya
35. Somnath – Mansinh Meramanbhai Parmar
36. Talala – Bhagwanbhai Dhanabhai Barad
37. Kodinar (SC) – Pradyuman Vaja
38. Una – Kalubhai Chanabhai Rathod (KC Rathod)
39. Dhari – Jaysukhbhai Vallabhbhai Kakadiya
40. Amreli – Kaushikbhai Kantibhai Vekariya
41. Lathi – Janakbhai Punabhai Talaviya
42. Savarkundla – Mahesh Kashwala
43. Rajula – Hirabhai Odhavajibhai Solanki
44. Mahuva – Shivabhai Jerambhai Gohil
45. Talaja – Gautambhai Gopabhai Chauhan
46. Gariadhar – Keshubhai Hirjibhai Nakrani
47. Palitana – Bhikhabhai Rajivbhai Baraiya
48. Bhavnagar Rural – Parshotambhai Odhavjibhai Solanki
49. Bhavnagar West – Jitendra Shavjibhai Vaghani
50. Gadhada (SC) – Shambhuprasadji Baldevdas Tundiya
51. Botad – Ghanshyambhai Pragjibhai Virani
52. Nondod (ST) – Darsnaben Deshmukh (Vasava)
53. Jambusar – Devkishordas Sadhu (DK Swami)
54. Vagra – Arunsinh Ajitsinh Rana
55. Jhagadia (ST) – Riteshbhai Ramanbhai Vasava
56. Bharuch – Rameshbhai Narandas Mistri
57. Ankleshwar – Ishwarsinh Thakorbhai Patel
58. Olpad – Mukeshbhai Jinabhai Patel
59. Mangrol (ST) – Ganpatbhai Vestabhai Vasava
60. Mandvi (ST) – Kuvarjibhai Narshibhai Halpati
61. Kamrej – Prafulbhai Panseria
62. Surat East – Arvindbhai Rana
63. Surat North – Kantibhai Himmatbhai Ballar
64. Varachha Road – Kishorbhai Kanani (Kumarbhai)
65. Karanj – Pravinbhai Manjibhai Ghoghari
66. Limbayat – Snagitaben Patil
67. Udhna – Manubhai Mohanbhai Patel
68. Majura – Harsh Rameshbhai Sanghvi
69. Katargam – Vinodbhai Amrishbhai Mordiya
70. Surat West – Purneshbhai Ishwarlal Modi
71. Bardoli (SC) – Ishwarbhai Ramanbhai Parmar
72. Mahuva (ST) – Mohanbhai Dhanjibhai Dhodiya
73. Vyara (ST) – Mohanbhai Ghedabhai Kokni
74. Nizar (ST) – Jayrambhai Chemabhai Gamit
75. Dangs (ST) – Vijaybhai Rameshbhai Patel
76. Jalalpore – Rameshbhai Chhotubhai Patel
77. Navsari – Rakesh Gunvantray Desai
78. Gandevi (ST) – Nareshbhai Maganbhai Patel
79. Vasanda (ST) – Piyushkumar Kantilal Patel
80. Dharampur (ST) – Arvindbhai Chhotubhai Patel
81. Valsad – Bharatbhai Kikubhai Patel
82. Pardi – Kanubhai Mohanlal Desai
83. Kaprada (ST) – Jitubhai Harjibhai Chaudhry
84. Umbergaon (ST) – Ramanlal Nanubhai Patkar
85. Vav – Swarupji Thakor
86. Tharad – Shankarbhai Chaudhary
87. Dhanera – Bhagwanjibhai Chaudhary
88. Danta (ST) – Ladhubhai Chandabhai Parghi
89. Vadgam (SC) – Manibhai Jethabhai Vaghela
90. Palanpur – Aniketbhai Girishbhai Thakar
91. Deesa – Praveen Gordhanji Mali
92. Deodar – Kehaji Shivaji Chauhan (Thakor)
93. Kankrej – Kirtisinh Prabhatsinh Vaghela
94. Chanasma – Dilipkumar Viraji Thakor
95. Sidhpur – Balvantsinh Chandansinh Rajput
96. Unjha – Kirtibhai Keshavlal Patel (KK Patel)
97. Visnagar – Rushikeshbhai Ganeshbhai Patel
98. Becharaji – Sukhaji Somaji Thakor
99. Kadi (SC) – Ramanlal Dhulabhai Patel
100. Mahesana – Mukesh Dwarkaprasad Patel
101. Vijapur – Ramanbhai Dhulabhai Patel
102. Idar (SC) – Ramanlal Ishwarlal Vora
103. Khedbrahma (ST) – Ashwinbhai Kotawal
104. Bhiloda (ST) – Punamchand Chanabhai Baranda (PC Baranda)
105. Modasa – Bhikhubhai Chatursinh Parmar
106. Bayad – Bhikhiben Girvantsinh Parmar
107. Prantij – Gajendrasinh Udesinh Parmar
108. Dehgam – Balrajsinh Kalyansinh Chauhan
109. Viramgam – Hardik Bharatbhai Patel
110. Sanand – Kanubhai Karamshibhai Patel
111. Vejalpur – Amitbhai Dhirajlal Thakar
112. Ellisbridge – Amitbhai Popatbhai Shah
113. Naranpura – Jitendrabhai Ramanbhai Patel (Bhagat)
114. Nikol – Jagdishbhai Vishvakarma
115. Naroda – Dr Payalben Manojkumar Kukrani
116. Thakkarbapa Nagar – Kanchanben Vinubhai Radadiya
117. Bapunagar – Dinessinh Rajendrasinh Kushwah
118. Amraiwadi – Dr Hasmukhbhai Patel
119. Dariapur – Kaushikbhai Jain
120. Jamalpur-Khadia – Bhushanbhai Bhatt
121. Maninagar – Amulbhai Bhatt
122. Danilimda (SC) – Nareshkumar Shankarlal Vyas
123. Sabarmati – Dr Harshadbhai Ranchodbhai Patel
124. Asarwa (SC) – Darshnaben Vaghela
125. Daskroi – Babubhai Jamnadas Patel
126. Dholka – Kiritsinh Sardarsinh Dabhi
127. Dhandhuka – Kalubhai Dabhi
128. Khambhat – Maheshbhai Kanhaiyalal Raval
129. Borsad – Ramanbhai Bhikhabhai Solanki
130. Anklav – Gulabsinh Padhiyar
131. Umreth – Govindbhai Raijibhai Parmar
132. Anand – Yogeshbhai Ravjibhai Patel (Bapji)
133. Sojitra – Vipulbhai Vinubhai Patel
134. Matar – Kalpeshbhai Ashabhai Parmar
135. Nadiad – Pankajbhai Vinubhai Desai
136. Mahudha – Sanjaysinh Vijaysinh Mahida
137. Thasra – Yogendrasinh Ramsinh Parmar
138. Kapadvanj – Rajeshbhai Maganbhai Zala
139. Balasinor – Manish Kohyabhai Chauhan
140. Lunawada – Jigneshkumar Ambalal Sevak
141. Santrampur (ST) – Kuberbhai Mansukhbhai Dindor
142. Shehra – Jethabhai Ghelabhai Ahir (Bharwad)
143. Morva Hadaf (ST) – Nimishaben Manharsingh Suthar
144. Godhra – Chandrasinh Kanaksinh Raulji
145. Kalol – Fatesinh Chauhan
146. Halol – Jaydratsinhji Chandrasinh Parmar
147. Fatepura (ST) – Rameshbhai Bhurabhai Katara
148. Limkheda (ST) – Shaileshbhai Sumanbhai Bhabhor
149. Dahod (ST) – Kanaiyalal Bachubhai Kishori
150. Devgadbaria – Bachubhai Maganbhai Khabad
151. Savli – Ketanbhai Mahendrabhai Inamdar
152. Vaghodia – Ashvinbhai Natvarbhai Patel
153. Chhota Udaipur (ST) – Rajendrasinh Mohansinh Rathwa
154. Sankheda (ST) – Abhesinh Motibhai Tavdi
155. Dabhoi – Shaileshbhai Kanaiyalal Mehta (Sotta)
156. Vadodara City (SC) – Manishaben Rajivbhai Vakil
157. Akota – Chaitanya Makrandbhai Desai
158. Raopura – Balkrishna Khanderao Shukla
159. Padra – Chaitanyasinh Pratapsinh Zala
160. Karjan – Akshaykumar Ishwarbhai Patel

Gujarat Election Constituency Names List

As Gujarat votes in a crucial election, it’s important to understand the constituency that each candidate is fighting for. This will help you make an informed decision about who to vote for, and who to watch out for. In this post, we’ll explain the different constituencies in the Gujarat election, and which candidates are fighting for them.

We’ll also provide you with a list of key issues that each constituency is concerned with. So read on to learn all you need to know about the Gujarat election constituency! Gujarat election constituency 2022 names list is out and here it is. Check the names of your constituency below:

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Kachchh

  • Abdasa
  • Mandvi (Kachchh)
  • Bhuj
  • Anjar
  • Gandhidham (SC)
  • Rapar

Banaskantha

  • Vav
  • Tharad
  • Dhanera
  • Danta
  • Vadgam (SC)
  • Palanpur
  • Deesa
  • Deodar
  • Kankrej

Patan

  • Radhanpur
  • Chanasma
  • Patan
  • Sidhpur

Mahesana

  • Kheralu
  • Unjha
  • Visnagar
  • Bechraji
  • Kadi (SC)
  • Mahesana
  • Vijapur

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Sabarkantha

  • Himatnagar
  • Idar (SC)
  • Khedbrahma

Aravalli

  • Bhiloda
  • Modasa
  • Bayad

Sabarkantha

  • Prantij

Gandhinagar

  • Dahegam
  • Gandhinagar South
  • Gandhinagar North
  • Mansa
  • Kalol (Gandhinagar)

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Ahmedabad

  • Viramgam
  • Sanand
  • Ghatlodia
  • Vejalpur
  • Vatva
  • Ellisbridge
  • Naranpura
  • Nikol
  • Naroda
  • Thakkarbapa Nagar
  • Bapunagar
  • Amraiwadi
  • Dariapur
  • Jamalpur-Khadiya
  • Maninagar
  • Danilimda (SC)
  • Sabarmati
  • Asarwa (SC)
  • Daskroi
  • Dholka
  • Dhandhuka

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Surendranagar

  • Dasada (SC)
  • Limbdi
  • Wadhwan
  • Chotila
  • Dhrangadhra

Morbi

  • Morbi
  • Tankara
  • Wankaner

Rajkot

  • Rajkot East
  • Rajkot West
  • Rajkot South
  • Rajkot Rural (SC)
  • Jasdan
  • Gondal
  • Jetpur (Rajkot)
  • Dhoraji

Jamnagar

  • Kalavad (SC)
  • Jamnagar Rural
  • Jamnagar North
  • Jamnagar South
  • Jamjodhpur

Devbhoomi (Dwarka)

  • Khambhaliya
  • Dwarka

Porbandar

  • Porbandar
  • Kutiyana

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Junagadh

  • Manavadar
  • Junagadh
  • Visavadar
  • Keshod
  • Mangrol (Junagadh)

Gir Somnath

  • Somnath
  • Talala
  • Kodinar (SC)
  • Una

Amreli

  • Dhari
  • Amreli
  • Lathi
  • Savarkundla
  • Rajula

Bhavnagar

  • Mahuva (Bhavnagar)
  • Talaja
  • Gariadhar
  • Palitana
  • Bhavnagar Rural
  • Bhavnagar East
  • Bhavnagar West

Botad

  • Gadhada (SC)
  • Botad

Anand

  • Khambhat
  • Borsad
  • Anklav
  • Umreth
  • Anand
  • Petlad
  • Sojitra

Kheda

  • Matar
  • Nadiad
  • Mehmedabad
  • Mahudha
  • Thasra
  • Kapadvanj
  • Balasinor

Mahisagar

  • Lunawada
  • Santrampur

Panchmahal

  • Shehra
  • Morva Hadaf
  • Godhra
  • Kalol (Panchmahal)
  • Halol

Dahod

  • Fatepura
  • Jhalod
  • Limkheda
  • Dahod
  • Garbada
  • Devgadh Baria

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Vadodara

  • Savli
  • Waghodia

Chhota Udaipur

  • Chhota Udaipur
  • Jetpur (Chhota Udaipur)
  • Sankheda

Vadodara

  • Dabhoi
  • Vadodara City (SC)
  • Sayajigunj
  • Akota
  • Raopura
  • Manjalpur
  • Padra
  • Karjan

Narmada

  • Nandod
  • Dediapada

Bharuch

  • Jambusar
  • Vagra
  • Jhagadia
  • Bharuch
  • Ankleshwar

Surat

  • Olpad
  • Mangrol (Surat)
  • Mandvi (Surat)
  • Kamrej
  • Surat East
  • Surat North
  • Varachha Road
  • Karanj
  • Limbayat
  • Udhana
  • Majura
  • Katargam
  • Surat West
  • Choryasi
  • Bardoli (SC)
  • Mahuva (Surat)

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Tapi

  • Vyara
  • Nizar

Dang

  • Dangs

Navsari

  • Jalalpore
  • Navsari
  • Gandevi
  • Vansda

Valsad

  • Dharampur
  • Valsad
  • Pardi
  • Kaprada
  • Umbergaon

Gujarat Election Candidates

As the countdown continues to the Gujarat election, it’s important to stay up-to-date with all the latest news and developments. This blog is a comprehensive resource on all things related to the election, from date and time to candidates and polling stations. In addition, this blog has comprehensive information on how to vote in the election, as well as a list of all the polls released so far. So whether you’re a voter in Gujarat or just want to know more about what’s going on, be sure to check this blog regularly!

The Gujarat election is just around the corner, and with it comes a lot of excitement! To help you keep track of all the happenings, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide on the candidates, the election date, the polling stations, and the expected results. In addition, we’ve compiled a list of our recommended social media platforms on which to follow the election live. So, whether you’re a first-time voter or a seasoned veteran, make sure to check out our guide to get the most out of this important election.

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Gujarat Assembly Election Voting

The Gujarat election is a crucial event that will determine the future of the state of Gujarat. This year’s election is expected to be held on December 8th, 2022, and the time and venue have not yet been announced. However, we have compiled a list of voter statistics that will help you get a better understanding of the election. First and foremost, voting in the Gujarat election will take place on December 8th. Second, it is expected to be held in the state of Gujarat. And finally, voters can check their eligibility status online before casting their ballots. If you’re interested in more information regarding the election or voting, be sure to visit our website!

The Gujarat Election is just around the corner, and with it, a lot of excitement and anticipation. If you’re planning on voting, make sure to know the dates, time, polling stations, and other important details. To help you out, we’ve provided a list of all the essential information you need to know about the election. As for how to vote, you can do so using your ID card or driving permit, whichever is applicable to you. Make sure to arrive early to avoid long queues! Enjoy the election season!

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Gujarat Assembly Election Results

The Gujarat Assembly Election is around the corner and with it, a lot of excitement. Who will be victorious? Will the BJP stay in power? Or will the Congress make a comeback? Keep reading for all the latest information on the election, including date, time, venue, and more! Make sure to visit our website or consult a map to find your constituency and get all the information you need about the election. As always, we hope that you will vote and support the candidates of your choice!

The State Election Commission of Gujarat has officially declared the date for the Gujarat election in 2022. After a period of 89 and 93 Assembly Constituencies, respectively, being pooled on the 01st and 05th of December 2022, counting will be held on December 8th, 2022 for both phases. The results will be published by SEC in Gujarat.

Conclusion

The Gujarat election is just a few weeks away and with polls scheduled to be held in the state on December 8th, it’s important that you are up to date on all the latest information. In this blog, we have covered everything you need to know about the Gujarat election including the date, time, polling stations, and how to vote. Make sure to read through the blog carefully to make sure you have all the information you need to make an informed decision about which party to support. Don’t wait any longer and go vote!

FAQS About Gujarat Assamble Elections

when does the result comes out?

The result will be releasing on 8 December 2022.

How many Condidates are there in Gujarat Assamble elections?

There are 160 Candidates in Gujarat Assamble elections 2022. and the full list is given above in the article.

How many seats in gujarat assamble elections?

There are 182 Seats in Gujarat assemble elections now in 2022.

How to Chek Gujarat election result?

Here we will gives the election result winner list so Check this site regularly to get current elections updates.

Which party is strong in Gujarat assambly elections 2022?

The Bharatiya Janata Party is in the power now in Gujarat.

How many MP seats are there in Gujarat?

There are a total of 182 Vidhan Sabha constituencies in Gujarat . Out of these, 26 are Lok Sabha constituencies.

When will the Gujarat Legislative Assembly Election start?

Gujarat Election will be going to starts on December 01 and 05, 2022.

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