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RC: Second Preference Vote eaters

In WIRC elections  the first 16 sixteen candidates, are sure shot to win. 21 are sure to loose, as per my list published in green and amber colour. So the remaining are 6 seats for which 12 candidates are in fierce fighting. This include Ramesh Shetty, Sandeep Jain, jayesh Kala and Mahendra Mehta and they can get maximum 2 seats out of them.  Shruti Shah and Vandana Dodhia too are in fray and have a very fair chance of getting through. Out of Abhijit kelkar, Girish Kukarni and Chandrakant Pawar, one is must win. From Pune, out of Sarvesh Joshi and Dilip Apte one is must win. Mahesh Madkholkar from Thane has also a very strong claim. The contest has become very very tough and worth watching. I will analyse the further possibility of candidates. But here is the table, which will give you a view, who are those eating into major chunk of the second preference votes. here remember, Ahmedabad, Pune and Surat candidates got a large chunk due to their local candidate's elimination. From rest of the people, Shruti Shah, Shardul Shah, Vandana Dodhia and Sunil Patodia are getting the major chunk. Here is the list of first fifteen second preference vote eaters. Do some your review and comment below, who you think have a better chance?

Current Rank
Name
City
2nd Pref Votes recived till elimination of Rinkle
12
Subodh Kedia
Ahmedabad
304.75
11
Priyam Shah
Ahmedabad
194.78
25
Shruti Shah
Mumbai
154.02
5
Shardul Shah
Mumbai
128.34
23
Vandana Dodhia
Mumbai
114.32
10
Hardik Shah
Surat
103.62
26
Mitish Modi
Surat
98.37
18
Mahesh Madkholkar
Thane
87.83
7
Sunil Patodia
Mumbai
81.96
4
Mangesh Kinare
Mumbai
76.62
8
Dhiraj Khandelwal
Mumbai
75.45
22
Abhijit Kelkar
Nagpur
68.39
6
Abhishek Nagori
Vadodara
61.89
13
Vishnu Kumar Agarwal
Mumbai
60.46
16
Anil Bhandari  Satyanarayan
Mumbai
60.17


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  1. Anonymous3:32 PM

    Rank 23,35,26 can turn table around!!!
    Very very interesting battle!!!

    ReplyDelete

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