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927 police personnel to cast ballots in early voting for Pulai by-election

Today's weather in Pulai is expected to be clear in the morning and rainy in the afternoon.

Bernama
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An officer casts his ballot during early voting for the Selangor state election in Cheras, Aug 8.
An officer casts his ballot during early voting for the Selangor state election in Cheras, Aug 8.

Early voting for the Pulai parliamentary by-election today will see a total of 927 police personnel cast their ballots at two polling centres.

The polling centres at the Kempas police station and Marine Police (PPM) Region 2 headquarters in Tampoi, consisting of three streams, will open at 8am and close in stages at noon and 5pm.

A total of 46 voters will cast their ballots at the Kempas police station, and 881 voters at the PPM headquarters.

On Saturday, the Malaysian Meteorological Department forecast today’s weather in Pulai to be clear in the morning and rainy in the afternoon.

The Pulai parliamentary and Simpang Jeram state by-elections are being held following the death of their incumbent Salahuddin Ayub, who was also the domestic trade and cost of living minister, on July 23.
 
There will be no early voting for the Simpang Jeram by-election.

The Pulai parliamentary by-election sees a three-cornered fight between Pakatan Harapan candidate Suhaizan Kaiat, Perikatan Nasional candidate Zulkifli Jaafar and independent Samsudin Mohamad Fauzi. 

Polling for both by-elections will be held on Sept 9.

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