In Mizoram, female voters outnumbered male voters by a margin of 23,492, according to an election official. According to the final roll, there are 8,33,426 voters in total, including 4,28,459 women, according to the official. The total number of voters grew to 17,288 from 8,16,138 in the previous final roll, which was released in January of last year.
Aizawl district has the most voters (276,155) with 12 assembly seats, followed by Lunglei district with 97,303 electorates. In the state's southernmost district, Lunglei, there are six assembly seats. With 15,730 voters, the Hnahthial district, which was established in 2019, has the smallest electorate. In the Hnahthial district, there is just one assembly constituency.
Mamit district has 709,861 votes, Kolasib district has 62,610 people, Champhai district has 55,357 voters, Serchhip district has 52,952 voters, Lawngtlai district has 87,608 voters, Siaha district has 43,015, Saitual district has 54,585 voters, and Khawzawl district has 17,250 voters.