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CCM: Status after the first elimination

For those who are new to the process.

  • The candidate who has got the least number of first preference votes, that candidate is eliminated and those votes are transferred to the candidates who got the second preference vote in those ballets. So that become first preference for the candidates who receive those ballets.
  • The candidate who gets the quota, no further votes are not distributed to that candidate and it goes than to the next preference. 
  • Now Mr. Zaware has achieved the quota, so he is elected and he will no more get any additional votes from any elimination.
Here is the picture after first elimination.:


Position
NAME OF CANDIDATE
Votes
1
22. ZAWARE SHIWAJI BHIKAJI - (PUNE)
3230
2
21. VIKAMSEY NILESH SHIVJI - (MUMBAI)
3115
3
19. SHAH DHINAL ASHVINBHAI - (AHMEDABAD)
2928
4
3. CHHAIRA JAY AJIT - (SURAT)
2687
5
8. HEGDE NANDKISHORE CHIDAMBER - (MUMBAI)
2562
6
17. RAVAL PARAG RAJNIKANT - (AHMEDABAD)
2322
7
20. SHAH JULFESH MADHUSUDAN - (NAGPUR)
2147
8
9. JAMBUSARIA NIHAR NIRANJAN - (MUMBAI)
2059
9
6. GHIA TARUN JAMNADAS - (MUMBAI)
2005
10
2. BHANDARI ANIL SATYANARAYAN - (MUMBAI)
1694
11
12. KHANDELWAL DHIRAJ KUMAR - (MUMBAI)
1683
12
5. CHHAJED PRAFULLA PREMSUKH - (MUMBAI)
1670
13
14. LALAN SANJEEV DUNGARSHI - (MUMBAI)
1661
14
11. KABRA DURGESH KUMAR - (MUMBAI)
1627
15
13. KINARE MANGESH PANDURANG -(MUMBAI)
1607
16
1. AGARWAL BRIJMOHAN - (MUMBAI)
1402
17
10. JOSHI SHRINIWAS YESHWANT - (MUMBAI)
1398
18
15. MADKHOLKAR MAHESH KESHAV - (THANE)
1254
19
4. CHHAJED PIYUSH SOHANRAJJI - (MUMBAI)
952
20
16. PAWAR SANJAY NARAYAN - (PUNE)
624
21
18. SANGANI NARENDRA MADHUSUDAN -(MUMBAI)
40
22
7. GUPTA JAI NARAYAN - (MUMBAI)
0

Comments

  1. Pagaria4:32 PM

    Hello Sir,
    Thanks for info.
    Howmany CCMs are to be elected from western region?

    ReplyDelete

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