Haryana-Maharashtra Elections: How To Download Voting Slip Online?

Follow these steps to access your voting slip for Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly Election online and download it.

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Polling for the 90-member Haryana Assembly and the 288-member Maharashtra Assembly elections is all set to take place on Monday, 21 October. The results of the elections will be out on 24 October.

As many as 1,169 candidates will battle it out for the 90 seats on offer in Haryana, with the primary contest being between the BJP and the Congress. The other players include the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) and Dushyant Chautala's Jannayak Janata Party (JJP).

In Maharashtra, the BJP-Shiv Sena combine is up against the Congress-NCP alliance, with Parkash Ambedkar’s Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA) also likely to play a role.


People in both states can check their name in the voting list, online voter registration and all the details for the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections in Haryana and Maharashtra. Check how to download the voting slip online.

How To Download The Voting Slip Online?

  1. Visit the National Voter Service Portal official website at
  2. On the home screen, you can see a box with three columns which include ‘I want to know’, ‘Tender’ and ‘Affidavits of candidates’.
  3. Click on ‘SEARCH NAME IN ELECTORAL ROLL BY ECI‘ in ‘I Want To Know’ column.
  4. You will then see two columns which say ‘Search By Details’ and ‘Search By EPIC No.’
  5. Fill all the information which is asked by the National Voters Service Portal which includes name, age, date of birth, assembly constituency, state, gender etc.
  6. After filling all the information, submit it. Following this, the voting slip will appear which the candidate can download and take a print out of, for future reference.
  7. For more details visit the official website of Haryana and Maharashtra government official website at and respectively.

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