As there is no BJP legislator in the 140-member state Assembly, it was generally expected that the entire votes would be polled to opposition nominee Yashwant Sinha.
She will be the first President to be born after independence and is the youngest to occupy the top post. She is also the second woman to become the President.
100 per cent voting by MLAs was reported from Chattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Puducherry, Sikkim, Mizoram and Tamil Nadu.
The counting of votes will take place at Parliament House on July 21 and the next President will take oath on July 25.
In Kerala, both the LDF and opposition Congress-led United Democratic Front
have decided to back the joint opposition candidate Yshwant Sinha.
'Kerala is a state that has always been close to my heart. The campaign would be off to a great start from Kerala,' said Yashwant Sinha.
TRS chief Chandrashekar Rao has been talking about forging an alternative political alliance, challenging both the BJP and Congres.
Sinha said he would 'step aside' from the TMC to work for the larger national cause of opposition unity.
With less than six months to the Lok Sabha elections due in 2019, veteran politician Yashwant Sinha is confident that Narendra Modi will not have a second term as prime minister.
In a free-wheeling interaction, Sinha spoke on economy, democracy, politics, and the impact of Priyanka Gandhi on BJP.