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List of Tamil Nadu Lok Sabha Election 2019 winners

It was a clear win for Congress-DMK in the state of Tamil Nadu during the Lok Sabha Election 2019.

List of Tamil Nadu Lok Sabha Election 2019 winners

Tamil Nadu has 38 constituencies for which 822 candidates were in the fray. The state voted on April 18, during the second phase of polling.

In Tamil Nadu, The AIADMK contested in alliance with the BJP in Tamil Nadu while the Congress and DMK joined hands. It was a clear win for the Congress-DMK alliance as they managed to sweep 30 seats in the state.  

In Tamil Nadu, the major controversy that raked up during election was the cancellation of polling in Vellore due to abuse of money power.  

Here is the list of the successful candidates from Tamil Nadu in the Lok Sabha election 2019:
Constituency
Winner
Party
Thiruvallur
Dr.K.Jayakumar
Indian National Congress
Chennai North
Dr. KALANIDHI VEERASWAMY
DMK
Chennai South
T.SUMATHY (A) THAMIZHACHI THANGAPANDIAN
DMK
Chennai central
DAYANIDHI MARAN
DMK
Sriperumbudur
Baalu.T.R.
DMK
Kancheepuram
Selvam.G
DMK
Arakkonam
S. JAGATHRAKSHAKAN
DMK
Krishnagiri
Dr.A.CHELLAKUMAR
Indian National Congress
Dharmapuri
DNV SENTHILKUMAR. S.
DMK
Tiruvannamalai
ANNADURAI C N
DMK
Arani
VISHNU PRASAD M K
Indian National Congress
Viluppuram
RAVIKUMAR D
DMK
Kallakurichi
Gautham Sigamani Pon
DMK
Salem
PARTHIBAN.S.R
DMK
Namakkal
CHINRAJ A.K.P
DMK
Erode
GANESHAMURTHI A
DMK
Tiruppur
SUBBARAYAN, K.
Communist Party of India
Nilgiris
RAJA, A.
DMK
Coimbatore
NATARAJAN. P.R
Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Pollachi
SHANMUGA SUNDARAM. K
DMK
Dindigul
VELUSAMY, P.
DMK
Karur
Jothimani S
Indian National Congress
Tiruchirappalli
Thirunavukkarasar. SU
Indian National Congress
Perambalur
Dr.PAARIVENDHAR, T. R
DMK
Cuddalore
T. R. V .S. RAMESH
DMK
Chidambaram
THIRUMAAVALAVAN THOL
Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi
Mayiladuthurai
RAMALINGAM. S
DMK
Nagapattinam
SELVARAJ M
Communist Party of India
Thanjavur
PALANIMANICKAM,S.S.
DMK
Sivaganga
Dr. PAARIVENDHAR, T. R
Indian National Congress
Madurai
VENKATESAN S
Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Theni
RAVEENDRANATH KUMAR, P
AIDMK
Virudhunagar
MANICKAM TAGORE, B.
Indian National Congress
Ramanathapuram
K. NAVASKANI
Indian Union Muslim League
Thoothukkudi
KANIMOZHI KARUNANIDHI
DMK
Tenkasi
DHANUSH.M.KUMAR
DMK
Tirunelveli
GNANATHIRAVIAM S
DMK
Kanniyakumari
Vasanthakumar. H
Indian National Congress

The state recorded a voter turnout of 72.01 per cent with 5,98,69,758 voters. The highest turnout was recorded in Dharmapuri constituency - 80.49 per cent and the lowest was in Chennai South constituency - 56.34 per cent. 

In the 2014 Lok Sabha election, the AIADMK had won 37 of 39 seats. This time however, the party managed to get only one seat.