At 90.17 percent, Kurud constituency recorded the highest voter turnout in the second and final phase of Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh, the Election Commission said on Saturday.
A total of 75.88 percent voting took place in the second phase, in which the highest turnout was 90.17 percent in Kurud and the lowest was 55.59 percent in Raipur North.
Chief Electoral Officer Reena Babasaheb Kangale released the figures in Raipur.
Due to technical issues, 113 Control Units, 137 Ballot Units and 349 VVPATs had to be replaced, she said.
The first phase of voting for 20 seats saw a voter turnout of 78 percent. The overall turnout for the 90 seats is 76.31 percent.
Polling took place in 18,833 booths in the second phase. Of these, 700 were pink booths, managed by women.
The electoral fate of 958 candidates -- 827 men, 130 women and one transgender person -- will be revealed on December 3.