Elections in Andhra Pradesh:
Elections in SEEMANDHRA state are conducted by the Chief Election Commissioner of Andhra Pradesh. Latest elections 2014 in Andhra Pradesh were conducted on 7 May 2014. Andhra Pradesh State Legislative Assembly has 294 seats representing of 23 districts. Out of that Seemandhra Legislative Assembly have 175 seats to these constancies the elections were conducted on 7th May 2014. Previously Indian National Congress (INC) won a majority of seats at the state level continuously till 2009 i.e. up to 13th general assembly elections and the majority party is headed by Raghu Veera Reedy. Where Telugu Desam Party (TDP) which was formed by Actor N.T.Rama Rao, and now headed by N.Chandra Babu Naidu plays a principal opposition party in the state assembly.
Third party came into existence for these 14th general assembly elections i.e. YSR Congress party and it is headed by YS.Jagan Mohan Reddy. There are so many local and national parties like BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party ), CPI, CPM, BSP, LOk satta party etc are contesting in these 14th general assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh.
Declaration of results AP Election Results:
After the bifurcation process of Andhra Pradesh state Seemandhra is called to refer the combined regions of Rayalaseema and Coastal Andhra in Andhra Pradesh state without Telangana districts. All citizens who are above 18years have casted their vote in their polling stations. After the election process the EVMs were stored in a strong room under heavy security. 16th May 2014 is set to count the votes in Andhra Pradesh state. The Chief Electoral Officer Bhanwar Lal said around 76.80 per cent voters were casted their votes across 175 Assembly and 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in the region and the voting percentage is probable to touch 80%. After the declaration of results the majority party will form the government in AP state. The presidential rule will end on 30 May 2014.