Johor polls: First time voters head to polls with enthusiasm

Siti Nurul Shafika Sakis, 19, (left) and sister Nor Azizah Sakis, 23, showing their inked fingers after voting at Sekolah Kebangsaan 1 Larkin.

PETALING JAYA: First-time voters have been turning up to vote in the Johor state polls, with some like 52-year-old Collen Sigar coming to cast her ballot as she wants a better future for her state.

When met while leaving the polling centre in Pontian, the Pulai Sebatang voter said she hoped those like her would make use of the automatic voter registration and turn up for the polls.

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