The campaigning for the Telangana assembly elections came to an end at last on Wednesday evening, leaving the voters to think and decide who they should vote for on Friday. the election process in the state began three months ago, which is a huge time in any elections.It started with the dissolution of the Telangana state assembly on September 6 by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao who also declared candidates for 105 assembly segments on the same day. KCR ended his campaign at Gajwel, his own constituency, Congress president Rahul Gandhi and TDP Chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu concluded their pitch for the four parties Praja Kutami with a public meeting in Kodad of Nalgonda district.The TRS had begun its campaign well ahead of the opposition parties, almost three months ago, while Maha Kootami could not take a shape till November 19, the last day for filing of nominations.Yet, the grand alliance has been able to give a very tough fight to the TRS and according to the latest surveys, both the sides stand equal chance to win the elections. Rahul and Naidu addressed a series of road shows, and the BJP responded with three public meetings by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. BJP national chief Amit Shah, union ministers Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari and Sushma Swaraj and chief ministers of BJP ruled states also pitched in.It remains to be seen how the people of Telangana deliver their verdict on December 11.