Horse-trading the name of the post-election game
With three major coalitions in the fray, none of which is expected to win a majority on its own, any formation of a new government is likely to be determined through post-election bargaining.
A game of numbers for DAP's Malay candidates gamble
DAP is taking a chance in several hot seats this general election, in what analysts say could be an attempt to change its image as a Chinese-majority party.
Asset declarations, for transparency or political agendas?
While the declaration of assets is meant to showcase honesty and integrity, analysts say not everyone will be bothered.
Some settled, some clueless, Undi 18 head out to vote
Some who have been following the campaign period already know who they will support, but others are less savvy about their candidates.
3-cornered fight yet again, but Muhyiddin fine in Pagoh
Voters there say that the labels of 'backdoor government' make no difference to them.
In Muar, a battle between the incumbent and the locals
Muda's Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman is looking to retain his seat for another term but some locals say that the other candidates from BN and PN also stand a good chance.
In Pandan, age and years away weigh on ex-heavyweights
Support for Pakatan Harapan's Rafizi Ramli and Warisan's Ong Tee Keat appears split based on voters' age.
No point declaring wealth if politicians not ready for scrutiny, says Shah Alam candidate
Dr Afif Bahardin says asset declaration should only be done once an individual is appointed to public office.
'You won't understand any of this', peeved Rafizi reacts to press questions on Invoke, 'millionaire' status
The PKR number two appears annoyed with questions on his recent asset declaration, and suggests that most in the room would not understand the workings of stocks in a company.
Predicting victory in seats a game of perceptions, analysts say
While every party will forecast its victory in any given seat, the deciding factor will be the voter turnout on election day, they say.
'Lim dynasty' debate returns to haunt DAP as Tanjong goes to chairman's sister
With Lim Guan Eng no longer the secretary-general, the 'family influence' may be seen as 'diluting'.
Ex-MCA bigwig Ong 'cautiously optimistic' about Pandan election fight
The former incumbent, who held the seat from 2004 to 2013, says the people are happy to welcome him back as a candidate.