KLANG: Every day is a guessing game over the weather in Selangor, with the sun burning down in mid-morning and afternoon and the rain pouring late in the evening. The political climate seems to be pretty much the same.
KEPALA BATAS: The Deputy Prime Minister was in a good mood and had Barisan Nasional members and supporters in fits of laughter as he delivered his opinion on the coalition’s chances of winning in some of Penang’s parliamentary seats.
KUALA LUMPUR: There is something special about this general election: Women will have the upper hand.
PETALING JAYA: MCA’s women members fare better when it comes to reaching out to voters, says the party’s Wanita chief.
JOHOR BARU: Women voters want action, not words, from political parties.
IPOH: Perak PAS is planning to field four non-Muslim candidates in the coming general election.
PETALING JAYA: The Minority Rights Action Party (Mira) will not contest in the general election – unless the Pakatan Harapan leadership has a change of heart.
GEORGE TOWN: Pulau Tikus assemblyman Yap Soo Huey (pic), who was once out of favour with the state leadership but had found herself in the good books of the Chief Minister recently, has decided not to contest in the general election.
KOTA KINABALU: A game of political brinkmanship seems to be at play between Parti Warisan Sabah and the national opposition Pakatan Harapan.
PUTRAJAYA: Human Resource Minister Datuk Seri Richard Riot has hinted that this year’s Workers’ Day national celebration may be held after the 14th General Election.
MELAKA: State Gerakan chairman Datuk Chua Lian Chye has been named as the party’s candidate for the Bachang state seat in the coming general election.