Female voters in Mizoram outnumbered their male counterparts by a margin of 23,492, an election official said. 

According to the final roll published on Saturday, there are altogether 8,33,426 voters, including 4,28,459 females, the official said. 

The number of voters increased to 17,288 from 8,16,138 of the last final roll published in January last year. 

Aizawl district with 12 assembly constituencies has the highest number of voters at 2,76,155 followed by Lunglei district, which has 97,303 electorates.  

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There are 6 assembly constituencies in Lunglei district in the southern part of the state. 

Hnahthial district, which was created in 2019, has the least electorates at 15,730.  

There is only one assembly constituency in Hnahthial district. 

West Mizoram’s Mamit district has 709,861 voters, Kolasib district (62,610), Champhai district (55,357), Serchhip district (52,952), Lawngtlai district (87,608), Siaha (43,015), Saitual (54,585) and Khawzawl district has 17,250 voters. 

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There are 40 assembly constituencies in Mizoram and 1247 polling stations. 


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