Final Update: Monday 6 May
BN wins GE13 with 7 seats less than 2008.
Penang is retained by Pakatan Rakyat with more than 2/3 majority.
Kelantan is retained by Pakatan Rakyat with 2/3 majority.
Perak is retained by BN with a 3 seat majority.
Selangor is retained by Pakatan Rakyat with 2/3 majority.
Kedah is won by BN with a 6 seat majority.
Perlis is retained by BN with 2/3 majority.
Terengganu is retained by BN with a 2 seat majority.
Pahang is retained by BN with 2/3 majority.
Johor is retained by BN with a 2/3 majority.
Negeri Sembilan is retained by BN with 2/3 majority.
Melaka is retained by BN with 2/3 majority.
Sabah is retained by BN with 2/3 majority.
Results from Sarawak for Parliament seats are announced earlier. They are possibly lesser votes to count so faster to tabulate but more importantly, Sarawak is a BN stronghold and is expected to deliver the wins for an early BN psyche win.
BN wins Pendang. This was Mat Sabu’s seat.
DAP wins Jeluong, Penang.
BN wins Kubang Pasu, Kedah.
PKR Anwar Ibrahim wins Pematang Pauh, Penang.
DAP expected to win Labis, Johor. This is MCA’s Chua Tee Yong’s seat.
PKR wins Bandar Tun Razak, KL. This is Khalid Ibrahim’s seat.
PKR wins Wangsa Maju, KL. This is Tan Kee Kwong. Previously, it was Wee Choo Keong’s seat who turned independent.
BN wins Gerik.
DAP wins Bagan, Penang. This is Lim Guan Eng’s seat.
PAS wins Pasir Mas, Kelantan. This is Ibrahim Ali’s seat.
PAS wins Shah Alam, Selangor. This is Zulkifli Nordin’s seat.
DAP wins Cheras, KL.
PKR wins Kuantan, Pahang.
DAP wins Kepong, KL.
BN wins Parit.
Kong Cho Ha admits defeat in his Lumut seat. PKR wins.
PAS wins Bukit Baru, Melaka. This is Ali Rustam’s seat.
PAS wins Changkat Jering, Perak.
DAP wins Pekan Nenas (N), Johor.
DAP wins Jementah (N), Johor.
BN wins Bintulu, Sarawak.
DAP wins Likas (N), Sabah.
DAP wins Kepayan (N), Sabah.
DAP wins Sri Tanjong (N), Sabah.
PKR wins Kilas (N), Sabah
DAP wins Luyang (N), Sabah
PKR wins Beaufort, Sabah.
DAP wins Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
BN wins Air Hitam, Kedah.
BN wins Kota Tinggi, Johor.
BN wins Titiwangsa, KL.
DAP wins Kampar, Perak.
BN wins Jengka, Pahang.
DAP wins Bukit Gelugor, Penang
DAP wins Bentayan (N), Johor.
DAP wins Johor Jaya (N), Johor.
DAP wins Sarikei, Sarawak.
BN wins Segamat, Johor.
DAP wins Tronoh, Perak.
BN wins Setiawangsa, KL
DAP wins Gelang Patah, Johor
BN wins Labuan.
PKR wins Lembah Pantai, KL
DAP wins Sibu, Sarawak.
Teresa Kok wins Seputeh, KL with 51,552 majority [OFFICIAL]
@limkitsiang: DAP has won all the 7 parliamentary and 18 State Assembly seats contested in Perak in 13GE.
DAP wins Taiping, Perak.
@insider_latest: PAS wins Marang, Kuala Terengganu, Kuala Nerus & Dungun.
DAP wins Bukit Bintang, KL
BN wins Cameron Highlands, Pahang.
PKR wins Miri, Sarawak.
BN win Selangau and Mambong, Sarawak.
In Bentong, Wong Tack (DAP) beats Liow Tiong Lai (MCA). Still counting.
Bukit Tengah, Penang – Teng Chang Yeow loses seat.
Tanjong, Penang – DAP wins
DAP wins N27 Pengkalan Kota in Penang.
BN wins P206 Tanjong Manis.
DAP wins P196 Stampin.
BN wins P216 Hulu Rajang.
BN wins P194 Petra Jaya.
BN wins P193 Santubong.
BN wins P198 Mambong.
@insider_latest: GE13 – According to ubah.my, DAP has won all 11 state seats & 2 parliamentary seats contested in Negeri Sembilan.
@mediarakyatnet: Lim Guan Eng won Air Puteh, Penang.
@limkitsiang: DAP’s Wong Shu Qi has won Senai State Assembly seat in Johor with over 10,000-vote majority
@limkitsiang: DAP’s Tan Hong Pin has won Mengkibol SA seat in Johor with some 10,000-vote majority
@limkitsiang: DAP’s Liew Ching Tong winning Kluang (P) seat with over 7,000-vote majority
@insider_latest: N25 Canning, Perak DAP has 21067 over BN’s 6620 with 14447 majority.
@insider_latest: DAP wins N29 Kepayang in Perak.
[OFFICIAL] DAP wins N27 Pengkalan Kota in Penang.
DAP wins N31 Subang Jaya in Selangor.
@insider_latest: PKR wins N8 Indera Kayangan state seat in Perlis.
Lim GE says Pakatan Rakyat retains Penang with more than 2/3 majority.
Unverified reports say that BN captures Kedah again.
Unverified reports say that PR captures Terengganu.
9:30pm: [UNOFFICIAL] @mediarakyatnet: TAN SENG GIAW WON KEPONG WITH MAJORITY OF 40307 VOTES
9:29pm: [OFFICIAL] BN wins P125 Putrajaya.
DAP wins N28 Komtar in Penang.
DAP wins N26 Padang Kota in Penang.
@ngehkooham says he has won Beruas & Sitiawan.
@limkitsiang: Dr. Tan Seng Giaw has won Kepong (P) with 40,387-vote majority
@insider_latest: GE13 – PKR says has won Pandan, unofficially. (Rafizi Ramli)
@limkitsiang: DAP’s Lai Keun Ban wins Kota Laksamana (SA seat in Melaka) with majority abt 8,500 votes.
@limkitsiang: DAP has won 4 State Assembly seats in Sabah – Likas (Jun Wong), Luyang (Hiew King Cheu), Kepayan (Edwin Bosi), Sri Tanjong (Chan Foon Hin).
@limkitsiang: Tan Kok Wai has won Cheras (P) for sixth term with majority of 37,769 votes
[OFFICIAL] BN wins P218 Sibuti.
BN wins Batang Lupar, Betong, Limbang, Lawas, Mukah, Baram and Kanowit — all in Sarawak
DAP wins Stampin in Sarawak.
DAP takes P211 Lanang with 26613 over BN’s 17893
DAP wins P208 Sarikei.
BN wins P209 Julau.
BN wins P200 Batang Sadong.
BN wins P203 Lubok Antu.
BN wins P197 Kota Samarahan.
BN takes P202 Sri Aman.
DAP takes P195 Bandar Kuching.
BN takes P215 Kapit.
BN wins P199 Serian in Sarawak.
BN wins P192 Mas Gading in Sarawak.
BN takes P207 Igan in Sarawak with 11896.
8:40pm: [UNOFFICIAL] @insider_latest: GE13 – In Penang, DAP has made a clean sweep of all 19 state seats it contested.
7:46pm: [UNOFFICIAL] @limkitsiang: Lim Guan Eng has won Air Putih state assembly seat in Penang and heading for bigger majority than 2008 of 4,061 votes
7:43pm: [UNOFFICIAL] @limkitsiang: DAP has won Tanjong (P) and the three State Assembly seats of Padang Kota, Pengkalan Kota and Komtar in Penang
7:14pm: [UNOFFICIAL] @limkitsiang: DAP won two State Assembly seats in Penang: Batu Lancang by Law Heng Kiang with 10,000+ majority and Tanjong Bungah by Teh Tee Cheu
5:50pm: SPR says voter turnout was about 80%, higher than the previous record of 78.9% back in 1964.
5:00pm: Voting is closed across the country. SPR says the earliest results can be known by 7pm
3:30pm: Free Malaysia Today reports on actual phantom voters identified or caught. Admission of an individual saying he flew in from Sabah last night to vote. Read here.
2:19pm: Indelible ink can be washed off after all. SPR chief did not know when he insisted the ink was indelible for up to 7 days? Many news reports tell of how voters managed to completely wash it off.
2:00pm: SPR says by 12pm about 59.67% of voters have exercised their rights.
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