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They note recent aggressive attacks on the state administration.
The poll is seen as a barometer of voter sentiment towards the nation's conservative Liberal and National government.
The party says it is agreeable to collaborations if it will benefit the people.
The Kedah menteri besar believes the issue surrounding the appointment of the state assembly speaker will be resolved.
For Sarawakians, the logic is simple: if a party that has been ruling the state for so long cannot deliver, why shouldn't they opt for change?
The DAP strategist says a solution must be found as it has been almost a month since the general election.
Warisan president fears BN would ask for a re-election over the new seats if opposition wins state in GE14.
The vice-president claims two or three PKR political bureau members are relaying wrong information to suit their own interests.
President Maximus Ongkili says it is well prepared in case the Sabah state election is called early.
DAP Secretary-General and Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng says although Pakatan parties had acted unilaterally before, it would rather fall back on a consensus approach before deciding on major matters.
Why must CM drag the people into his graft case when the judiciary is fair and will give him a chance to prove he is not guilty, asks Penang Umno Liaison Committee Chief Zainal Abidin Osman.
He says BN election machinery must continue working hard to reach out to voters.
Sarawak CM also wants Douglas Uggah not to "waste time" in KL and to return to contest in state seat.
Recently appointed EC chairman says there is nothing "not fair" about the present electoral process.
Sarawak DAP chairman lashes out at PKR for announcing their candidates for contentious seats although negotiations are ongoing.
Christians across Malaysia are praying for the freedom to practise their faith as the Sarawak state election kicks off.
Sarawak DAP is toying with the idea of contesting on its own in the upcoming state election after talks over seat allocations with PKR broke down.
But how heavy Al-Kitab will weigh on the Christian minds may be reflected on their ballot papers.
Sarawak BN will not exploit the opposition front's weaknesses in the April 16 state election, according to Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud.
Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud is optimistic that BN can win through the support of the people.
Election watchdog Bersih 2.0 wants Malaysians to take to the streets if the upcoming state polls are rigged.
The PKR leader reveals his first evidence and will continue to do so until the Sarawak state election.
Sarawak United Peoples' Party president George Chan may have a revolt on his hands if he kowtows to Chief Minister Taib Mahmud's latest ruling on 'recycled' and 'defeated' candidates.
When Sarawak goes to the polls soon, the outcome could well be decided by the presence of about 300,000 young voters.
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