- Sachin Pilot (INC): Tonk
- Ashok Gehlot (INC): Sardarpura
- Vasundhara Raje (BJP): Jhalrapatan
- Prashant Bairwa (INC): Niwai
- Ramesh Meena(INC) Sapotara
- Kailash Chandra Meghwal (BJP): Shahpura
- Vinod Kumar (INC): Hanumangarh
- Zahida Khan (INC): Kaman
- Ramniwas Gawriya (INC): Parbatsar
- Govind Ram (INC): Khajuwala
- Sama Ram Grasiya (BJP): Pindwara-Abu
- Vasudev Devnani(BJP): Ajmer North
- Gulab Chand Kataria(BJP): Udaipur
51,687 polling booths were set up for the Rajasthan Assembly Elections, 259 of which were taken care of exclusively by women officials.
Congress party is hoping to make a comeback as Rajasthan over the last 4 elections chosen to vote out the incumbent government. The vote counting for the election will take place on December 11.
BJP and Congress are directly head-on in almost 125 seats while in other 70 odd seats they would have to fight against party rebels and Bahujan Samaj Party.
Currently, the BJP has 160 seats in the house whereas the Congress seats on 25.
Rajasthan has been a swing state since the BJP won for the second time in a row under the Chief Ministership of Bhairon Singh Shekhawat. Since then, the two parties of Congress and BJP are alternatively being elected by the state.