Ninety percent or 831 of the 927 police personnel involved fulfilled their civic duty as early voters for the Pulai parliamentary by-election yesterday.
Based on Election Commission statistics, 43 out of 46 people came to cast their ballots at the Kempas police station, and by 12 noon, the early voting process was over.
Meanwhile, at the Marine Police Force Region Two headquarters, of the 881 personnel involved, 788 were present for the early voting process.
The Pulai parliamentary and Simpang Jeram state by-elections were called following the death on July 23 of their incumbent Salahuddin Ayub, who was also the domestic trade and cost of living minister.
There will be no early voting for the Simpang Jeram state seat.
Polling day for both by-elections has been set for Sept 9.