BJP supporters at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s public rally ahead of Karnataka Assembly elections, in Bengaluru on May 3, 2018. (Photographer: Shailendra Bhojak/PTI)

Karnataka Elections 2018: Key Numbers To Watch Out For

Voters in Karnataka, the last large state held by the Congress, go to the ballot box on May 12. The three-way battle between Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, the BJP’s BS Yeddyurappa, and former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda’s JD(S) is a race to get to a majority of 113 in the 224-member assembly. All three parties have been in power for the last over 15 years, either in alliance with each other or on their own.

As data pours from individual constituencies across Karnataka when votes are counted on May 15, here’s what to expect from the different regions of the state.