State polls: Voter turnout between 17% to 22% as at 10am, says EC


KUALA LUMPUR: Voter turnout for the six state elections and the Kuala Terengganu parliamentary by-election ranged from 17% to 22% as at 10am on Saturday (Aug 12).

According to a X (formerly Twitter) post by the Election Commission (EC), Terengganu had the highest voter turnout at 22% followed by Kedah and Penang at 20%.

The voter turnout in Selangor was at 19% as at 10am while in Negri Sembilan, it was at 18% followed by 17% in Kelantan.

Meanwhile, voter turnout for the Kuala Terengganu by-election was at 19% as at 10am.

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