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I’ll still serve my 83 voters, says indie candidate Malar

The Rantau by-election candidate wants to help her supporters in whatever way she can.

Thai demonstrators protest alleged cheating in election

Thai protestors had protested over alleged cheating in its first election since a coup in 2014.

Smoking ban: Dzulkefly not worried about losing votes

The health minister says he won't compromise when it comes to health matters.

Anti-gay marriage groups win Taiwan referendum battle

The result comes after a dramatic evening which saw Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen resign as leader of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party.

Over 11,000 votes for PKR deputy presidency missing, Rafizi’s camp claims

PKR youth chief candidate Akmal Nasir says it involves votes from 17 divisions in Sabah and Selanagor.

Florida deja vu as state election hit by chaos, fraud accusation

Florida's Governor Rick Scott, the Republican challenging incumbent Senate Democrat Bill Nelson, filed a lawsuit against two election officials alleging fraud after his lead narrowed.

Trump, Democrats in frenzied final push ahead of US elections

Trump has seized on the nativist us-versus-them message that resonated with his base during the fiery 2016 campaign as he races across the country to secure votes.

Why Umno must die for PPBM to live

There appears to be a concerted effort to destabilise Umno, if not kill it, as the fluid political landscape begins to solidify.

Security expert: Is PKR’s e-voting method hacker-proof?

CF Fong says the QR code method may not be secure as hackers could generate codes for their own purposes.

Hackers already attacking midterm elections, raising US alarms

At least 3 congressional candidates have been hit with phishing attacks strongly resembling Russian sabotage in the 2016 campaign - among them was Senator Claire McCaskill, a Missouri Democrat.

Election petition gets hearing date after EC appoints lawyer

Election court will hear preliminary objections on Aug 15 in the challenge brought by Senator Marzuki Yahya who lost to BN’s Tasek Gelugor MP Shabudin Yahaya.

Control of US Congress in play in votes in seven states

Voters in seven US states - Colorado, Maryland, Mississippi, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Utah - were picking candidates on Tuesday for the midterm elections.

Ex-MP: Malay tsunami yes, but PAS, BN had more Malay votes

Former Sungai Siput MP Michael Jeyakumar says data shows that rural Malays didn't quite trust the PH government.

I have a Maker to answer to, says Kedah MB

Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah, who is the Suka Menanti candidate, says it is a sin to choose a government which cannot guarantee the future.

Opposition’s promises unrealistic, says Khairy

The Umno Youth chief says the opposition's promises will also impact the economy.

MIC living in a dream world, says Hindraf

Hindraf chairman P Waythamoorthy challenges MIC president S Subramaniam to a debate on what the party has done for the Indian community.

Has DAP abandoned plan to ‘eliminate’ MCA leaders?

So far, a DAP and MCA showdown involving their top leaders has only been announced for the Ayer Hitam and Teluk Intan seats.

Ramasamy tells Asri he has no right to tell voters to...

DAP leader says it is up to Pakatan Harapan whether it wants to field anyone from Hindraf or any party.

Video of Muhyiddin giving aid was not vote-buying, says PPBM

The party says the clip was taken during a PPBM flood relief visit to Penang last year.

Hindraf wants 2 parliamentary, 4 state seats from PH

P Waythamoorthy says PH chairman Dr Mahathir Mohamad acknowledges that Hindraf has the support of the Indian community.

Plan time to go to polls, Najib tells voters

The BN chairman says voting is the right and responsibility of every citizen.

Umno is not sponsoring us, PRM tells critics

Party secretary-general Koh Swee Yong says all its candidates have to fork out their own money.

Election opportunists and ‘Chinese racism’

If it was considered 'racist' to vote against BN in 2013, would we now be 'racist' if we vote against Mahathir and PPBM?

Big crowds don’t translate into votes, says Salleh

He says the problem with the opposition was that 'they count their chickens before they hatch'.