The faces of Malaysia's young voters
Voters from the Undi 18 group speak about their hopes for the country as Malaysia prepares for another round of elections.
Elections loom in 6 states but will Undi 18 turn out to vote?
Indifference and political apathy appear to be the trend among some first-time voters.
What next for the youth, post-GE15?
Some say their enthusiasm during the campaign period has turned into disillusionment.
Making sense of the 'conservative', 'progressive' labels post-GE15
The recent debate over the direction of the Undi 18 vote has much to do with terminology, says a political scientist.
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.
What Undi 18 voters want at GE15
Voters who will be casting their ballots for the first time next month share their views on their ideal representative and, on the flip side, those whom they will not support.
Young voters, the wild card in GE15
While it is still difficult to predict how this group will vote, the impact they could have should not be underestimated, an analyst says.
'Fully adult and Malay' form overwhelming majority of 6.9 million new voters at next polls
A demographic study of those automatically included as voters following the Undi 18 law shows the youngest age group making up less than one-fifth.
PBB eyes new youth movement to cater to fresh voters
However, it says it must also strike a balance so that it will not distract them from their studies.
Are young voters really relevant or key to winning?
The government, political parties and civil societies have to think of creative ways to encourage, educate and mobilise more young voters under 30 to come out and vote.
Undi 18, kingmaker or hype?
As parties race to secure the support of the newest group of voters, the youth themselves give their two cents on how they view the political situation.
Kuching court dismisses bid by youths to stop Sarawak polls
The High Court says the automatic right to vote does not mean instantaneous.