Shillong


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Shillong is VINCENT H PALA (INC)

Updated Election Results Details of Shillong


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Vincent H Pala INCHand“EDAMANRY COTTAGE” DHANKHETI SHILLONG 232270
John Filmore Kharshiing UDPDrumDUM DUM NONGTHYMMAI SHILLONG - 793014 124402
P. B. M. Basaiawmoit HSPDPLionMAWPAT SHILLONG -79301297613
Martle N.mukhim MDPBattery Torch 8946
Denis Siangshai INDBasketVILLAGE: MUKHEP MOOKHEP P.S. KHLIEHRAIT -793160 7032
Dalington Dympep CPIEars of Corn And Sickle172 MAWLAI MAWROH SHILLONG-8 6802
Tierod Passah INDCandlesPANNALIAR P.O. JOWAI JAINTIA HILLS DISTRICT 3314
Total Votes480379


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 46.85 PATY RIPPLE KYNDIAH 51.68 INC  S. LONIAK MARBANIANG 32.4 IND  
1999 50.94 Paty Ripple Kyndiah 39.75 INC  Stanlington D. Khongwir 29.38 UDP  
1998 73.7 Paty Ripple Kyndiah 35.1 INC  G. Gilbert Swell 33.92 UDP  
1996 56.48 G.gilbert Swell 56.18 IND  D.d.lapang 35.18 INC  
1991 51.28 Peter G. Marbaniang 48.75 INC  G.g. Swell 42.22 IND  
1989 50.98 Peter G.marbaning 50.77 INC  G.g.swell 46.23 IND  
1984 55.68 G.g.swell 55.75 INC  Pakem 35.88 IND  
1977 55.61 Hoping Stone Lyngdoh 30.27 IND  Peter Garnette Marbaniang 27.68 INC 


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