The results of the recently concluded Assembly elections in Delhi turned out to be a low-key affair for national parties. Of late, the trend of regional parties to set a surprise comeback in Assembly polls is emerging, while obtaining a clear majority otherwise in Assembly polls remains a challenge even for popular national parties. The voters on the other hand only look forward for any government only to come back on its toes at the earliest. Polling campaigns should extensively focus on voters as a priority by promising better governance for the next 5 years. A deep focus on specific issues in Delhi on curbing air pollution and resolving traffic woes is highly essential for the newly elected government.