The ruling party has fielded Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel from Patan and Deputy Chief Minister TS Singh Deo from Ambikapur.
The party has fielded Girish Devangan in Rajnandgaon, where he will contest BJP leader and former state chief minister Raman Singh.
The party has also fielded Vikram Mandavi from Bijapur, Lakheshwar Baghel from Bastar, Deepak Baiji from Chitrakot and K Chavindra Karma Dantewada.
Congress leader Taradhwaj Sahu will contest the polls from Durg (Rural), Ravindra Choubey from Nawagarh and Yashoda Verma from Khairagarh.
The election in Chhattisgarh will be held in two phases, with the first round of voting on November 7 and the second round on November 17. The results will be declared on December 3.
The Congress won 68 of Chhattisgarh's 90 assembly seats in 2018, forming a government in the state for the first time since its (the state's) creation in 2000.
The party is looking to repeat its performance in next month's assembly election on the back of its outreach to backward classes and its welfare measures.
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