Complete list of candidates: Bangalore region, Election 2014

These are the candidates you'll see on the ballot when you are in front of the EVM to press the button.
PartySouthNorthCentralRuralChikkabalapur
Aam Aadmi PartyNINA P NAYAKBABU MATHEWV. BALAKRISHNANRAVI KRISHNA REDDYK ARKESH
Bharatiya Janata PartyANANTH KUMARD.V SADANANDA GOWDAP.C. MOHANP.MUNIRAJUB N BACHE GOWDA
Bahujan Samaj PartyABDUL RAZACK KHANVELU VR. MOHAN RAJUTHOPAIAH CCHITRA PRASAD
Indian National CongressNANDAN NILEKANIC.NARAYANA SWAMYRIZWAN ARSHADD.K.SURESHM VEERAPPA MOILY
Janata Dal (Secular)MRS RUTH MANORAMAABDUL AZEEMNANDINI ALVAR. PRABHAKARA REDDYH D KUMARA SWAMY
Samajwadi PartyRAVIKUMARA T   ROBIN MATHEWS NAREKATTU
Pyramid Party of IndiaR GAYATHRI   H N RAMAKRISHNA REDDY
Republican Party of India(A)J. LAKSHMANMUTHURAJUKADUGUDI SONNAPPA

M.SONNAPPA
BASAVEGOWDAG C VENKATARAMANAPPA
Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)UMADEVI. M ZAHEEDA SHEREEN 
Jai Vijaya Bharathi Party   SHANKARAPPA
Kamarajar Deseeya Congress   K.A.MOHAN
IndependentB. R. GOVINDAIAHC.INDRANIAMBROSE D’MELLOJ. T.PRAKASHB ANJANA MURTHY
DR. KODUR VENKATESHCHANDRASHEKHARB.K. NARAYANA SWAMYJ.NATARAJUB N GOPALAGOWDA
DR. PRADEEP GADUGESHD.JAYARAMB.V.VENKATESHAPPAKENCHAIAHD GANGAPPA
G. VENKATESH BHOVIDR.MEERLAYAQ HUSSAINBHOVI RAMA C.B.KM.P.MUNAWER SHARIFFD N NARASIMHAMURTHY
M ZUBAIR AHAMEDK.SATHYANARAYANADHANANJAYA. H.HMALLESHAD V OBALAPPA
MOHANA KRISHNA. G. R.MANOHAR.H.AYYANNAVARDR. MEER LAYAQ HUSSAINS. SIDDARAMAIAH HEGGADEG N RAVI
N. HANUMEGOWDAMOHAMMED QUTBUDDINE.SALAMSURESHJAYAPRAKASHA YADAV
PRABHUMU.VENKATESH SIMHA BHOVIG. NARAYANASWAMY KAPALIT M MANCHEGOWDAK S SWAMY
PRAMOD MUTALIKRAMU S J.JOSEPH SOLOMONN SREERAMA REDDY
SHAMBULINGEGOWDASHAMBHULINGEGOWDA K.MURTHYNANJAPPA
SYED RAFIQ AHMEDSHRI VENKATESA SETTY MODI SAIFULLAT V MANJUNATHA GOWDA
T. E. MOSESSUNIL V.J MOHAMED GHOUSEVENKATESH D T
THULASAPPA DASART.S.CHAITANYA MURTHY .K 
YOGESHD.JAYARAM PRASHANTH.S.M 
   RAMANUJ SINGH 
   SEETHARAMAN.E 
   SHAFI AHMED 
   SURAIYA ZAITHOON 
   SYED ASIF BUKHAARI 
Bahujan Mukti Party    YAKUB SHARIFF
Communist Party of India (Marxist)    G V SREERAMA REDDY
All India Trinamool Congress  ISMAIL KHAN SAIF ALI 
Kannada Chalavali Vatal Paksha  MANJUNATHA.H.L 
Karunaadu Party  BUDAYYA .B. PUJERI 
Janata Dal(United)SYED MEHABOOB   REDDY G K C
All India Forward BlocSHIVASHANKAR. G. R.   
Bharatiya Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Janata PartyMAHADEVA SWAMY. B. M   
Jai Vijaya Bharathi PartyS. SURESH   

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