IT was a triumphant return to politics for Upko founder Tan Sri Bernard Dompok in Kampung Dungkahang in Penampang.
ON the surface, Parti Warisan Sabah has won 4-0 in Semporna in the wild, wild east coast of Sabah.
It could be a stale soap opera in the Pahang capital city, now that Lynas is no longer a radioactive issue.
This election, voters in Gelang Patah will have to decide if they want an absent MP or one who is present, like its homegrown MCA division chief, Datuk Jason Teoh Sew Hock.
The fight for a new-look Bukit Katil constituency, now known as Hang Tuah Jaya, promises to be an exciting one.
Voters in Temerloh have some soul-searching to do before they go to the polls this time around.
Times may have changed but for many oil palm growers in Johor, their lives are about football and fishing, plus the party that gave them Felda.
The urban rich live in Johor Baru but just across the Tebrau river, the poor urbanites in Pasir Gudang fret over GST and grocery bills.
Their daily problems are clear to see; their political preferences vague. But for the MIC, it is work as usual to help the impoverished Indians.
When you’re the MP of a rural seat, folks want your personal touch during happy and sad days.
The rural seat of Pasir Salak in Perak seems to be ruled by geng merah-merah.
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