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Second Preference Votes are their key to success

14 people out the below list of 15 people are in the council because of the power of second preference votes. See where they started and where reached. This is the list of highest second preference vote getters till now. See Sandeep started with 596 votes and now almost double at 1086 with power of second preference. same with Vishnu and Hardik, these people have almost doubled their votes.


Sr. No.
Rank
Name
City
Total
1st Pref
2nd Pref
1
15
Sandeep Jain
Mumbai
1086
596
490
2
10
Vishnu Kumar Agarwal
Mumbai
1397
914
483
3
7
Hardik Shah
Surat
1397
932
465
4
14
Subodh Kedia
Ahmedabad
1093
686
407
5
22
Shruti Shah
Mumbai
914
516
398
6
23
Lalit Laxminarayan Bajaj
Bhayandar
886
509
377
7
11
Satyanarayan Mundada
Pune
1190
819
371
8
6
Dhiraj Khandelwal
Mumbai
1397
1069
328
9
13
Anil Bhandari  Satyanarayan
Mumbai
1095
772
323
10
20
Sarvesh Joshi
Pune
937
661
276
11
26
Vandana Dodhia
Mumbai
850
574
276
12
16
Priyam Shah
Ahmedabad
1060
805
255
13
21
Mahesh Madkholkar
Thane
926
682
244
14
19
Dilip Apte Moreshwar
Pune
937
698
239
15
17
Girish Kulkarni
Aurangabad
1007
775
232


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  1. Anonymous11:45 PM

    Ashwinji should we wait for your further updations tonight

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