Pejuang's Nurul Ashikin Mabahwi arrives in a Perodua Bezza outfitted for the general election to meet with constituents ahead of the Nov 19 polls.
At a coffee shop, she chats with young and old alike, quickly setting people at ease with her soft spoken manner.
As she moves about, she hands out leaflets providing information about herself and her party, laying the ground for what she hopes will turn out to be support on election day.
At another eatery in the area, lawyer Sasha Lyna, representing Perikatan Nasional, is also busy meeting with constituents.
She, too, has piles of leaflets to hand out as she makes her way through the area.
At one apartment block, she stops to spend some time with an elderly woman and to hear about the challenges she faces in life.
She also makes the rounds at the Ampang shopping centre as part of her campaign walkabout.
Barisan Nasional's Ivone Low Yi Wen makes her rounds as well, greeting customers at a restaurant in Taman Kosas.
Accompanied by a small team, she introduces herself to a trader in the area.
She makes good time as she moves about, speaking to one person after another.
Incumbent Zuraida Kamaruddin holds a poster as she introduces the logo of her party, Parti Bangsa Malaysia, to a voter.
A political veteran, she is at ease speaking to crowds in formal and informal settings alike.
Speaking to the crowd at a ceramah in Ampang, Zuraida appears confident of retaining her seat for another term.
At another event in Lembah Jaya Selatan, she works to rally the support of younger groups.
Pakatan Harapan candidate Rodziah Ismail addresses a crowd at a ceramah in Padang MPAJ Pandan Indah.
Standing against a backdrop on the stage, she speaks about the rising cost of property which has left many in the lower income groups unable to own a home.
At Arisma, an academy for autistic youth, she speaks with a teenager after taking a tour of the centre's hydroponic vegetable farm.
She also pitches in to help package loaves of bread.
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