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Mumbai Candidates: Who is eating into your second preference Votes?

Mumbai candidates, who is eating your second preference votes? See the table below. The candidates who are eating the maximum second preference votes are those, who are sure to win and already in green since beginning. Rest of them are sure to loose. Ashok Jain already eliminated and Raj Jagetiya will follow

Sr. No.
Rank
Name
City
Total
1st Pref
2nd Pref
1
25
Shruti Shah
Mumbai
711
516
195
2
5
Shardul Shah
Mumbai
1327
1166
161
3
8
Dhiraj Khandelwal
Mumbai
1225
1069
156
4
24
Vandana Dodhia
Mumbai
721
574
147
5
35
Ashok Chand Jain
Mumbai
512
390
122
6
6
Sunil Patodia
Mumbai
1322
1205
117
7
11
Vishnu Kumar Agarwal
Mumbai
1028
914
114
8
4
Mangesh Kinare
Mumbai
1400
1290
110
9
16
Anil Bhandari  Satyanarayan
Mumbai
877
772
105
10
26
Sandeep Jain
Mumbai
680
596
84
11
28
Mahendra Mehta
Mumbai
653
570
83
12
29
Jayesh Kala
Mumbai
649
568
81
13
15
Neel Majithia
Mumbai
887
816
71
14
34
Raj Jagetia
Mumbai
525
476
49
15
22
Ramesha Shetty
Mumbai
756
717
39


Comments

  1. What happens to the ballot of a candidate who is in the process of elimination which contains
    a) 2nd preference to candidates who are already eliminated;
    b) 2nd preference to a candidate excess of who have already been allocated

    i)Does the third preference is considered immediately or is kept in abeyance?

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  2. In such cases its go to the next live candidate. If none, then exhaust. In case of excess, it is further distributed on base of next preference.

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  3. You mean to say the third preference is choosen from that ballot paper as the second preference candidate is no more alive to receive.

    ReplyDelete

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