Early unofficial results show PH dominance in Kuala Kubu Baharu

Independent candidate outperforms PRM, trails PH and PN in KKB tally

11 May 2024 08:07pm
Photo for illustration purpose only. - Photo by Bernama
Photo for illustration purpose only. - Photo by Bernama

SHAH ALAM - Initial unofficial results from the ongoing election counting reveal a substantial lead for Pakatan Harapan (PH), with the coalition holding a strong advantage over Perikatan Nasional (PN) as votes continue to be tallied.

As the counting of ballots progresses in the latest electoral contest at the Kuala Kubu Baharu (KKB) by-election, PH has emerged as the frontrunner based on early unofficial results.

With approximately 15 per cent of votes counted by 7pm, PH has secured a commanding lead over PN.

PH has amassed over 3,000 votes, significantly outstripping PN's tally of just under 1,200 votes at this juncture.

The independent candidate is demonstrating a stronger performance compared to Parti Rakyat Malaysia (PRM) at this stage of the counting process, although both alternative candidates trail behind PH and PN by a considerable margin.

These initial figures highlight PH's continued strength and support among voters in this election, suggesting a potentially decisive outcome in favour of the Madani coalition.

The KKB by-election, featuring a four-way contest, was necessitated by the passing of its incumbent, 58-year-old Kee Hiong, on March 21 due to cancer.

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