• Voting in single phase on 21 October, 2019 (Monday).
• Voting is scheduled to begin at 7 am at all polling booths.
• The term for the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly ends on 9 November.
There are 8,95,62,706 voters, of which 8,94,46,211 are general electors and 1,16,495 are service voters. Up from 90,403 in 2014, the number of polling booths where people can cast their vote in Maharashtra has gone up to 95,473, reflecting an increase of 5.61 percent.
This is the first state Assembly election since Narendra Modi led the BJP to power at the Centre for a second term.
The Assembly elections are also the first since the government announced the abrogation of provisions of Article 370.
Maharashtra total candidates party wise :
BSP : 262
BJP : 164
CPI : 16
CPI (M) :8
Congress : 147
MNS : 101
NCP : 121
Shiv Sena : 126
Other Registered Parties : 892
Independant : 1400
Total : 3237