Jorhat recorded 12 per cent polling till 9.30 a.m. and Tezpur, Kaliabar and Dibrugarh 10 per cent, an official said here.
In Lakhimpur, 9 per cent polling was recorded in first two hours.
Voting started at 7 a.m. across 9,574 polling stations. A total of 76,03,458 electorate is eligible to vote.
Of the 9,574 polling stations, 201 are reserved for women.
A total of 41 candidates are in the fray in the five seats.
The Election Commission has deployed 180 companies of security personnel to ensure smooth polling.
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