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Saturday, May 31, 2014

Mah, Dyana neck and neck in early count


Polls close at 5pm with a relatively low turnout of 66.5 percent or 39,850.

This is below the DAP target of 70 percent, which it had hoped can push its newbie candidate Dyana Sofya Mohd Daud ahead of against BN veteran Mah Siew Keong.

In 2013, turnout at Teluk Intan was a record 80.4 percent. DAP had then won with a majority of 7,313 or 15 percent of total votes.

The Election Commission is expected to begin official tally at 6.30pm at the SM Abdul Rahman Talib hall.



LIVE REPORTS

6.13pm: Unofficial results

DAP - 3,680
BN - 3,665
Spoilt votes - 100

Majority - 15

6:12pm: Unofficial results

BN - 3,211
DAP - 3,053
Spoilt votes - 95

Majority -158

6.11pm: Unofficial results

BN - 2,636 (51.5 percent)
DAP- 2,483 (48.5 percent)

Mah leads with 153 votes.

6.05pm: Unofficial results

BN - 572
DAP - 463

6pm: Unofficial results

BN - 473
DAP - 413

DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang says in a tweet message that the voters turnout is low.

“66.5% - quite a poor disappointing voter turnout in the Teluk Intan by-election as compared to 80.4% last May in the 13GE. Can be a toss-up!”

5.50pm: The relatively low turnout of 66.5 percent is giving BN early confidence that it could wrest Teluk Intan from the DAP.

"Personally, I feel BN has won!" former Perak senior executive councillor Hamidah Osman tweets.

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