2014 Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

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Andhra Pradesh Assembly Elections 2014

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All 294 Assembly Constituencies
  Majority party Minority party
  N. Chandrababu Naidu.jpg Jagan1.jpg
Leader Nara Chandrababu Naidu Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy
Leader since 1977 2011
Leader's seat Kuppam Pulivendula[1]
Last election 92 -
Seats won 117 70
Seat change Increase25 Increase70
Popular vote 15,746,215 13,494,076
Percentage 32.53% 27.9%
Swing Increase4.4% -

  Third party Fourth party
  K chandrashekar rao.jpg
Leader K. Chandrasekhar Rao Ponnala Lakshmaiah[2]
Alliance UPA
Leader since 2001 2014
Leader's seat Gajwel[3] Jangaon
Last election 10 156
Seats won 63 22
Seat change Increase53 Decrease134
Popular vote 6,620,326 5,668,061
Percentage 13.7% 11.71%
Swing Increase9.8% Decrease24.9%

CM before election

N. Kiran Kumar Reddy

Elected CM

Nara Chandrababu Naidu (Andhra Pradesh)

K. Chandrasekhar Rao (Telangana)

The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, 2014 took place on 30 April and 7 May 2014 to elect members to the legislatures of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. It was held concurrently with the Indian general election. The results were declared on 16 May 2014. The Telugu Desam Party led by N. Chandrababu Naidu won a majority of the 175 seats in the rump Andhra Pradesh, while Telangana Rashtra Samithi led by K. Chandrasekhar Rao won in the new state of Telangana.

Previous Assembly[edit]

In the 2009 Andhra Pradesh Assembly election, the Congress had taken the lead, winning 156 of the 294 seats in the Assembly. As the leader of the Congress Legislature Party, Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy was invited to form the Government by Governor N. D. Tiwari.

Unexpectedly, the Government lasted for 4 years 9 months and the president rule was imposed later which will expire on 30 May 2014. The Election Commission of India (ECI) decided to hold the Assembly elections along with the general election. The election in each Assembly constituency (AC) was held in the same phase as the election to the corresponding Parliamentary constituency that the AC falls under.


On 3 October 2013, the Union Cabinet of India approved the creation of the new State of Telangana.[4] On 2 June 2014 the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee issued a gazette notification which formalised the separation of Telangana from Andhra Pradesh.

Schedule of election[edit]

Poll Event Telangana Andhra Pradesh
Issue of Notification Wednesday, 02 Apr, 2014 Saturday 12 Apr, 2014
Last Date for filing Nominations Wednesday, 09 Apr, 2014 Saturday 19 Apr, 2014
Scrutiny of Nominations Thursday, 10 Apr, 2014 Monday, 21 Apr, 2014
Last date for withdrawal of Candidature Saturday, 12 Apr, 2014 Wednesday, 23 Apr, 2014
Date of Poll Wednesday, 30 Apr, 2014 Wednesday, 7 May 2014
Counting of Votes Friday, 16 May 2014
Date of election being completed Wednesday, 28 May 2014
Source: Election Commission of India[5]

Opinion polls[edit]


in month(s)
Ref Polling
organisation / agency
Sample size
Apr 2014 [6] Deccan Chronicle-Aaraa ? 23-25 58-64 12-15 3-5

Andhra Pradesh[edit]

in month(s)
Ref Polling
organisation / agency
Sample size
Apr 2014 [6] Deccan Chronicle-Aaraa 25,000 0-5 100-130 70-80

Election Day[edit]

Location of Andhra Pradesh in India

The election was held in two phases alongside the 7th and 8th phases of General Election, taking place on 30 April in Telangana, and on 7 May in the remainder of Andhra Pradesh..

Despite few clashes between supporters of rival parties in Seemandhra and Rayalaseema, the poll percentage was good on the polling day. The initial poll percentage appeared to be dull, but it soon picked up as time went on. Chief Electoral Officer Bhanwar Lal told the media that he was confident that the percentage could be around 85-90% by the concluding time.

Phase 1 (Telangana)[edit]

Polling passed off peacefully with more than 72% of more than 2.81 crore voters exercising their franchise in the 10 districts in the region. Chief Electoral Officer Bhanwarlal said the polling could touch 75 per cent. In 2009, the percentage was 67.71 in the region.[7]

Phase 2 (Andhra Pradesh)[edit]

Chief Electoral Officer Bhanwarlal said around 76.80% of the 3.68 crore voters exercised their franchise across 175 Assembly and 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in the region and the voting percentage was seen as likely to touch 80%. The highest turnout of 82.97% was recorded in Guntur district and the lowest of 70% in Vishakhapatnam district.[8]


The results were declared on 16 May, 2014.[9]

Parties and coalitions Popular vote Seats
Votes % ±pp Won +/−
Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 15,746,215 32.5 Increase4.4 117 Increase25
YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) 13,494,076 32.01 Increase27.9 70 Increase70
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) 6,620,326 13.7 Increase9.7 63 Increase53
Indian National Congress (INC) 5,668,061 11.7 Decrease24.9 22 Decrease134
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 2,000,677 4.1 Increase1.3 9 Increase7
Independents (IND) 1,485,463 3.1 Decrease1.5 2 Decrease1
All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) 737,134 1.5 Increase0.7 7 Steady
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) 458,762 1.0 Decrease0.1 2 Increase2
Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) 407,376 0.8 Decrease0.6 1 Steady
Communist Party of India (CPI) 254,859 0.5 Decrease0.7 1 Decrease3
Jai Samaikyandhra Party (JaSPa) 220,734 0.5 Increase0.5 0 Steady
Lok Satta Party (LSP) 198,246 0.4 Decrease1.4 0 Decrease1
Pyramid Party of India (PPOI) 98,149 0.2 Decrease0.3 0 Steady
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) 88,909 0.2 Increase0.2 0 Steady
Yekikrutha Sankshema Rashtriya Praja Party (YSRPP) 68,414 0.1 Increase0.1 0 Steady
Mahajana Socialist Party (MaSP) 66,801 0.1 Increase0.1 0 Steady
Secular Democratic Labour Party of India (SDLPI) 60,598 0.1 Increase0.1 0 Steady
Navodayam Party (NPT) 57,793 0.1 Increase0.1 0 Steady
Majlis Bachao Tehreek (MBT) 55,083 0.1 Steady 0 Steady
Praja Rajyam Party (PRAP) N/A Decrease16.3 0 Decrease18
Other paries 304,444 0.6 Increase0.1 0 Steady
None of the above (NOTA) 308,286 0.6 Increase0.6 N/A
Total 48,400,406 100.00 294 ±0


Summary of MLAs elected to the Telangana Legislative Assembly
2014 Telangana election.svg
Parties and coalitions Seats won
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) 63
Indian National Congress (INC) 21
Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 15
All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) 7
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 5
YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) 3
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) 2
Communist Party of India (CPI) 1
Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) 1
Independents (IND) 1
Total 119

By district[edit]

By constituency[edit]

Andhra Pradesh[edit]

Summary of MLAs elected to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly
2014 Andhra Pradesh election.svg
Parties and coalitions Seats won
Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 103
YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) 66
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 4
Independents (IND) 1
Navodayam Party (NPT) 1
Total 175

By district[edit]

By constituency[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Special Correspondent. "Jagan to contest from Pulivendula". The Hindu.
  2. ^ "Ponnala Lakshmaiah is Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee chief, Raghuveera APCC president". The Times of India.
  3. ^ Staff Reporter. "KCR to contest from Gajwel". The Hindu.
  4. ^ "Creation of a new state of Telangana by bifurcating the existing State of Andhra Pradesh". Home Ministry, Govt. of India. Archived from the original on 4 October 2013. Retrieved 23 December 2014.
  5. ^ "ECI-ElectionSchedule".
  6. ^ a b "Jaganmohan Reddy to lead in Andhra Pradesh, says survey". deccanchronicle. Retrieved 21 April 2014.
  7. ^ Special Correspondent. "Telangana witnesses high voter turnout". The Hindu.
  8. ^ Special Correspondent. "High voter turnout in Seemandhra". The Hindu.
  9. ^ http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/StatisticalReports/AE2014/Stat-Report-Andhra-Pradesh2014.pdf