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List of Karnataka Lok Sabha Election 2019 winners

BJP swept 25 seats of the total 28 in Karnataka during the Lok Sabha election 2019.

List of Karnataka Lok Sabha Election 2019 winners

Karnataka has a total of 28 constituencies for which 237 candidates were contesting. The state witnessed a one-sided fight between BJP and Congress. The Bharatiya Janata Party swept 25 of the total 28 constituencies and emerged a clear winner. 

Here is the list of the successful candidates from Karnataka in the Lok Sabha election 2019:

 
Constituency
Winner
Party
Chikkodi
ANNASAHEB SHANKAR JOLLE
BJP
Belgaum
ANGADI SURESH CHANNABASAPPA
BJP
Bagalkot
Gaddigoudar Parvatagouda Chandanagouda
BJP
Bijapur
 
JIGAJINAGI RAMESH CHANDAPPA
 
BJP
Gulbarga
DR. UMESH G JADHAV
BJP
Raichur
RAJA AMARESHWARA NAIK
BJP
Bidar
 
BHAGWANTH KHUBA
 
BJP
Koppal
KARADI SANGANNA AMARAPPA
BJP
Bellary
Y. DEVENDRAPPA
BJP
Haveri
UDASI. S.C.
BJP
Dharwad
Pralhad Joshi
BJP
Uttara Kannada
ANANTKUMAR HEGDE
 
BJP
Davanagere
G M SIDDESHWAR
BJP
Shimoga
 
B.Y.RAGHAVENDRA.
 
BJP
Udupi Chikmagalur
SHOBHA KARANDLAJE
BJP
Hassan
PRAJWAL REVANNA
JDS
Dakshina Kannada
NALIN KUMAR KATEEL
BJP
Chitradurga
A NARAYANASWAMY
BJP
Tumkur
G. S. BASAVARAJ
BJP
Mandya
SUMALATHA AMBAREESH
Independent
Mysore
PRATHAP SIMHA
BJP
Chamarajanagar
V. SRINIVAS PRASAD
BJP
Bangalore Rural
D.K. SURESH
 
Indian National Congress
Bangalore North
D.V. Sadananda Gowda
BJP
Bangalore central
P. C. Mohan
BJP
Bangalore South
TEJASVI SURYA
BJP
Chikkballapur
B.N.Bache Gowda
 
BJP
Kolar
UDASI. S.C.
BJP

The former prime minister and JD-S supremo HD Deve Gowda, Kumaraswamy's son Nikhil who contested from Mandya constituency, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge, and state Agriculture Minister Krishna Byre Gowda were among the prominent faces from the state this election.

Back in the year 2014, the voting was held in a single phase in which BJP had won 17 out of the total 28 seats. 

The Lok Sabha elections were held across the nation to elect Members of Parliament for 542 of the 543 parliamentary constituencies.