DPM urges Seri Setia folk to come out and vote


  • Nation
  • Sunday, 02 Sep 2018

Thumbs up: Dr Wan Azizah and Halimey talking to a resident of Lembah Subang.

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said she hoped Seri Setia voters have recovered from election fatigue and will still come out to vote on Sept 8.

The Deputy Prime Minister urged locals to vote to ensure the state seat remained under Pakatan Harapan.

“I want to see a good turnout at the voting centres,” she said while on the campaign trail at the Lembah Su­­bang People’s Housing Program­me (PPR) project.

She said in the past, it was difficult for the residents of Seri Setia, especially those living in PPR projects, to have their issues addressed because the constituency was under Pakatan while Barisan Nasional held the federal government.

“Now that the federal government is under Pakatan, we can better address issues,” she said.

She spent about 45 minutes at the event, along with Petaling Jaya MP Maria Chin Abdullah, Kajang state assemblyman Hee Loy Sian, Taman Medan assemblyman Syamsul Fir­daus Mohamed Supri, and Pakatan’s candidate for the Seri Setia seat Halimey Abu Bakar.

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