65.10% voter turnout recorded in State, Fatehabad records highest voter turnout with 74.49%.

63.55% voter turnout recorded till 7 PM, Fatehabad records highest voter turnout with 72.19%Here are the voter turnouts of some districts:Panchkula: 62.54%
Ambala: 65.38%
Yamunanagar: 69.35%
Kurushetra: 68.46%
Kaithal: 71.66%
Karnal: 60.14%
Panipat: 60.09%
Sonipat: 65.13%
Jind: 67.45%
Fatehabad: 72.19%
Sirsa: 67.46%
Hisar: 66.08%
Bhiwani: 68.22%
Rohtak: 63.43%
Jhajjar: 58.41%
Mahendragarh: 59.50%
Rewari: 61.22%
Gurgaon: 51.62%
Faridabad: 54.21%
Mewat: 65.24%
Palwal: 67.59%
Chakri Dadri: 62.62%(Note: Details are noted from Voter Turnout APP of ECI)

62.80% voter turnout recorded till 6 PM, Fatehabad records highest voter turnout with 70.36%Here are the voter turnouts of some districts:Panchkula: 62.54%
Ambala: 62.28%
Yamunanagar: 69.35%
Kurushetra: 68.46%
Kaithal: 69.11%
Karnal: 59.55%
Panipat: 60.09%
Sonipat: 65.13%
Jind: 67.45%
Fatehabad: 70.36%
Sirsa: 65.93%
Hisar: 64.98%
Bhiwani: 67.52%
Rohtak: 63.43%
Jhajjar: 58.41%
Mahendragarh: 59.50%
Rewari: 61.22%
Gurgaon: 50.43%
Faridabad: 54.21%
Mewat: 65.24%
Palwal: 67.59%
Chakri Dadri: 59.81%(Note: Details are noted from Voter Turnout APP of ECI)

61.21% voter turnout recorded till 5 PM, Fatehabad records highest voter turnout with 68.72%Here are the voter turnouts of some districts:Panchkula: 60.75%
Ambala: 57.19%
Yamunanagar: 68.11%
Kurushetra: 64.07%
Kaithal: 66.38%
Karnal: 58.72%
Panipat: 60.09%
Sonipat: 56.60%
Jind: 67.41%
Fatehabad: 68.72%
Sirsa: 65.20%
Hisar: 64.98%
Bhiwani: 66.19%
Rohtak: 63.43%
Jhajjar: 58.41%
Mahendragarh: 59.50%
Rewari: 58.25%
Gurgaon: 50.14%
Faridabad: 52.56%
Mewat: 65.24%
Palwal: 67.59%
Chakri Dadri: 59.81%(Note: Details are noted from Voter Turnout APP of ECI)

Haryana records 51.93% turnout till 5 pm. Julana and Naraingarh constituencies record-high turnout.

According to reports, the Narnaund constituency recorded the highest voter turnout while Panipat City recorded the lowest turnout. The Narnaund constituency in Hisar constituency recorded 63.75 percent turnout till 4 pm while Panipat City Vidhan Sabha constituency recorded 35 percent voter turnout.

Polling to elect 90 members of the Assembly in Haryana is currently underway. Despite minor skirmishes and snags in electronic voting machines (EVMs), 50.59% poll percentage recorded till 3:30 pm across the state.

According to reports, the voter turnout across the 90 constituencies in Haryana was 39.58 percent till 3 pm. According to a tweet by ANI, 52.18% polling recorded till 3 pm in Dharamsala by-elections.

Taking a dig at the BJP, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on October 21 described the BJP's candidate from Haryana's Assandh as the "most honest man" in the ruling party after a video went viral in which he is purportedly heard saying no matter which button is pressed on the EVM, the vote would go to the BJP.Check Rahul Gandhi's tweet:

According to reports, the voter turnout across the 90 constituencies in Haryana was 37.12 percent till 2 pm.

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Chandigarh, October 20: Voting in all the 90-member Haryana assembly will begin from 7 am and will continue till 6 pm on October 21. The counting of votes and result for the polls will be announced on October 24.  The term of the 90-member Haryana assembly ends on November 2. According to details by the Election Commission of India (ECI), Haryana has 1.82 crore registered voters this year. Stay with LatestLY to catch the live news updates on Haryana Vidhan Sabha Elections 2019. Haryana Assembly Elections 2019 FAQs: When is Voting? Date of Results And Other Questions Answered.

In Haryana, the political battle is between the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress this year. According to the election commission, while the BJP and the Congress are contesting on all 90 seats, the BSP is in fray on 87 seats, and the INLD is contesting on 81 seats. There are some 375 candidates contesting as Independents. Haryana Assembly Elections 2019: Full List of Constituencies With Current MLA Names and How BJP, Congress, INLD Performed in 2014.

In the last Assembly polls in Haryana in 2014, the BJP won 47 seats followed by the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) with 19, while then ruling Congress managed just 15 seats. Two seats went to the Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC), and one each to the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP). Five Independents were also elected.

The ABP News-CVoter Opinion Poll has predicted that Manohar Lal Khattar-led BJP is the first choice of people. According to the survey, around 46 percent of the people said that they will vote for the saffron party in Haryana Assembly Elections 2019, while 22 percent preferred Congress.