Victory is sweet oh, so sweet: view results of winners heredouble check accuracy

Congratulations to the following candidates who have won their seats:

Winners for Parliamentary Seats

  • Federal Territories (Bandar Tun Razak) – Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim (PKR)
  • Federal Territories (Batu) – Chua Tian Chang (PKR) – corrected!
  • Federal Territories (Labuan) – Datuk Yusoff Mahal (UMNO)
  • Federal Territories (Putrajaya) – Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor (UMNO)
  • Federal Territories (Setiawangsa) – Datuk Zulhasnan Rafique (UMNO)
  • Johor (Pagoh) – Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin (UMNO)
  • Johor (Parit Sulong) – Datuk Noraini Ahmad (UMNO)
  • Johor (Pengerang) – Datuk Azalina Othman Said (UMNO)
  • Johor (Pontian) – Ahmad Maslan (UMNO)
  • Johor (Simpang Renggam) – Liang Teck Meng (GERAKAN)
  • Kelantan (Kota Bharu) – Datuk Wan Abdul Rahim Wan Abdullah (PAS)
  • Kelantan (Pasir Mas) – Datuk Ibrahim Ali (PAS)
  • Melaka (Alor Gajah) – Datuk Seri Dr Fong Chan Onn (MCA)
  • Melaka (Bukit Katil) – Datuk Md Sirat Abu (UMNO)
  • Melaka (Kota Melaka) – Sim Tong Him (DAP)
  • Negri Sembilan (Jempol) – Datuk Lilah Yasin (UMNO)
  • Pahang (Bera) – Datuk Ismail Sabri Yaakob (UMNO)
  • Pahang (Indera Mahkota) – Azan Ismail (PKR)
  • Pahang (Raub) – Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen (MCA)
  • Perak (Bukit Gantang) – Roslan Shaharum (PAS)
  • Perak (Kampar) – Datuk Lee Chee Leong (MCA)
  • Perak (Sungai Siput) – Dr Michael Jeyakumar Devaraj (PKR)
  • Perak (Telok Intan) – M.Manogaran (DAP)
  • Perlis (Padang Besar) – Datuk Seri Azmi Khalid (UMNO)
  • Pulau Pinang (Batu Kawan) – Dr P. Ramasamy (DAP)
  • Pulau Pinang (Kepala Batas) – Datuk Seri Abdullah Hj Ahmad Badawi (UMNO)
  • Sabah (Kabalakan) – Datuk Abdul Ghapur Salleh (UMNO)
  • Sabah (Pensiangan) – Tan Sri Joseph Kurup (PBRS)
  • Sabah (Semporna) – Datuk Shafie Apdal (UMNO)
  • Sarawak (Bandar Kuching) – Chong Chieng Jen (DAP)
  • Sarawak (Baram) – Datuk Jacob Dungau Sagan (SPDP)
  • Sarawak (Batang Sadong) – Nancy Shukri (PBB)
  • Sarawak (Betong) – Datuk Douglas Uggah Embas (PBB)
  • Sarawak (Bintulu) – Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing (SPDP)
  • Sarawak (Igan) – Datuk Wahab Dolah (PBB)
  • Sarawak (Kanowit) – Aaron Ago Dagang (PRS)
  • Sarawak (Kapit) – Alexander Nanta Linggi (PBB)
  • Sarawak (Lanang) – Datuk Tiong Thai King (SUPP)
  • Sarawak (Mambong) – Dr James Dawos Mamit (PBB)
  • Sarawak (Mukah) – Datuk Seri Dr Muhd Leo Michael Toyad (PBB)
  • Sarawak (Petra Java) – Fadillah Yusof (PBB)
  • Sarawak (Sarikei) – Dr Wong Hua She (DAP)
  • Sarawak (Selangau) – Joseph Entulu Belaun (PRS)
  • Sarawak (Sibu) – Datuk Robert Lau Hoi Chew (SUPP)
  • Sarawak (Sri Aman) – Masir Kujat (PRS)
  • Sarawak (Tanjung Manis) – Norah Abd Rahman (PBB)
  • Selangor (Tanjong Karang) – Datuk Noh Omar (UMNO)

Winners for State Seats

  • Johor (Johor Lama) – Asiah Md. Ariff (UMNO)
  • Johor (Jorak) – Dr. Shahrudin Md Salleh (UMNO)
  • Johor (Kahang) – Vidyananthan Ramadhan (MIC)
  • Johor (Layang-Layang) – Onn Mohd Yassin (UMNO)
  • Johor (Machap) – Datuk Abd. Hamid Abd. Rahman (UMNO)
  • Johor (Paloh) – Hoo Seong Chang (MCA)
  • Johor (Penggaram) – Koh Chee Chai (MCA)
  • Johor (Rengit) – Ayub Jamil (UMNO)
  • Johor (Senggarang) – Ja’affar Hashim (UMNO)
  • Kedah (Alor Mengkudu) – Dr Ismail Salleh (PAS)
  • Kedah (Bakar Arang) – Tan Wei Xu (PKR)
  • Kedah (Kuah) – Datuk Nawawi Ahmad (UMNO)
  • Kedah (Pantai Merdeka) – Abdullah Jusoh (PAS)
  • Kedah (Sidam) – Tan Show Kang (PKR)
  • Kelantan (Bukit Panau) – Abdul Fattah Mahmood (PAS)
  • Kelantan (Bunut Payong) – Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan (PAS)
  • Kelantan (Gual Ipoh) – Wan Yusoff Wan Mustafa (PAS)
  • Kelantan (Kemahang) – Md Anizam Abdul Rahman (PAS)
  • Kelantan (Kijang) – Wan Ubaidah Omar (PAS)
  • Kelantan (Pasir Tumboh) – Ahmad Baihaki Atiqullah (PAS)
  • Kelantan (Pengkalan Pasir) – Hanifa Ahmad (PAS)
  • Kelantan (Semerak) – Wan Hassan Wan Ibrahim (PAS)
  • Melaka (Ayer Keroh) – Khoo Poey Tiong (DAP)
  • Melaka (Ayer Limau) – Asmirudin Yusof (UMNO)
  • Melaka (Bachang) – Lim Jak Wong (DAP)
  • Melaka (Bandar Hilir) – Tey Kok Kiew (DAP)
  • Melaka (Bemban) – Chua Kheng Hwa (MCA)
  • Melaka (Kelebang) – Datuk Seet Har Cheow (MCA)
  • Melaka (Kesidang) – Goh Leong San (DAP)
  • Melaka (Merlimau) – Datuk Mohamad Hidhir Abu Hasan (UMNO)
  • Melaka (Pantai Kundor) – Datuk Ab Rahaman Ab Karim (UMNO)
  • Melaka (Rim) – Yazed Khamis (UMNO)
  • Melaka (Taboh Naning) – Latipah Omar (UMNO)
  • Negeri Sembilan (Bahau) – Teo Kok Seong (DAP)
  • Negeri Sembilan (Chennah) – Siow Chen Pin (MCA)
  • Negeri Sembilan (Gemas) – Zainab Nasir (UMNO)
  • Negeri Sembilan (Klawang) – Datuk Yunus Rahmat (UMNO)
  • Negeri Sembilan (Pilah) – Adnan Abu Hasan (UMNO)
  • Negeri Sembilan (Repah) – Veerapan A/L supermaniam (DAP)
  • Negeri Sembilan (Sungai Lui) – Zainal Abidin Ahmad (UMNO)
  • Pahang (Batu Talam) – Abdul Aziz Mat Kiram (UMNO)
  • Pahang (Bebar) – Datuk Ishak Muhamad (UMNO)
  • Pahang (Beserah) – Syed Mohammed (PAS)
  • Pahang (Bilut) – Datuk Ho Khai Mun (MCA)
  • Pahang (Chenor) – Datuk Tan Mohd Aminuddin Ishak (UMNO)
  • Pahang (Dong) – Datuk Shahiruddin Ab Moin (UMNO)
  • Pahang (Guai) – Norolazali Sulaiman (UMNO)
  • Pahang (Ketari) – Leong Ngah Ngah (DAP)
  • Pahang (Pulau Manis) – Khairuddin Mahmud (UMNO)
  • Perak (Kamunting) – Mohamad Zahir Datuk Khalid (UMNO)
  • Perak (Kuala Kurau) – Abdul Yunus Jamhari (PKR)
  • Perak (Pantai Remis) – Nga Kor Ming (DAP)
  • Perak (Pokok Asam) – Yee see Kai (DAP)
  • Perlis (Berseri) – Mohd Rawi Kassim (UMNO)
  • Perlis (Bintong) – Datuk Mat Isa Sabu (UMNO)
  • Perlis (Chuping) – Mansor Jusoh (UMNO)
  • Perlis (Tambun Tulang) – Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim (UMNO)
  • Perlis (Titi Tinggi) – Yip Sun Onn (MCA)
  • Pulau Pinang (Bukit Tambun) – Law Choo Kiang (PKR)
  • Pulau Pinang (Jawi) – Tan Beng Huat (DAP)
  • Pulau Pinang (Padang Lalang) – Tan Cheong Heng (DAP)
  • Pulau Pinang (Penaga) – Datuk Azhar Ibrahim (UMNO)
  • Pulau Pinang (Perai) – P. Ramasamy (DAP)
  • Pulau Pinang (Permatang Berangan) – Shabudin Yahaya (UMNO)
  • Pulau Pinang (Pinang Tunggal) – Datuk Roslan Saidin (UMNO)
  • Pulau Pinang (Sungai Acheh) – Datuk Mahmud Zakaria (UMNO)
  • Pulau Pinang (Sungai Bakap) – Maktar Shapee (PKR)
  • Sabah (Bugaya) – Datuk Ramlee Marhaban (UMNO)
  • Sabah (Gum-Gum) – Datuk Zakaria Mohd Edris (UMNO)
  • Sabah (Karanaan) – Datuk Masidi Manjun (UMNO)
  • Sabah (Kiulu) – Datuk Louis Rampas (PBS)
  • Sabah (Kuala Penyu) – John Teo Mau Sing (UPKO)
  • Sabah (Luyang) – Melanie Chia Chui Ket (SAPP)
  • Sabah (Matunggong) – Sarapin Magana (PBS)
  • Sabah (Senallang) – Datuk Nasir Sakaran (UMNO)
  • Sabah (Sulabayan) – Datuk Harman Mohamad (UMNO)
  • Sabah (Tamparuli) – Jahid Jahim (PBS)
  • Selangor (Kota Alam Shah) – M. Monoharan (DAP)
  • Selangor (Pandamaran) – Ronnie Liu Thian Khiew (DAP)
  • Selangor (Pelabuhan Klang) – Badrul Hisham Abdullah (PKR)
  • Selangor (Permatang) – Sulaiman Abd Razak (UMNO)
  • Selangor (Sekinchan) – Ng Suee Lim (DAP)
  • Selangor (Sementa) – Datuk Abdul Rahman Palil (UMNO)
  • Terengganu (Jabi) – Ramlan Ali (UMNO)
  • Terengganu (Jertih) – Datuk Idris Jusoh (UMNO)
  • Terengganu (Kijal) – Datuk Ahmad Said (UMNO)
  • Terengganu (Kuala Berang) – Mohd Zawawi Ismail (UMNO)
  • Terengganu (Langkap) – Asha’ari Idris (UMNO)
  • Terengganu (Manir) – Datuk Dr Harun Taib (PAS)
  • Terengganu (Rantau Abang) – Za’abar Mohd Adib (UMNO)
  • Terengganu (Sura) – Wan Hassan Mohd Ramli (PAS)

Overall result according to party :

PAS = 36/ DAP = 45/ PKR = 22

UMNO = 147/ MCA = 18/ MIC = 3/ Gerakan = 3

PPP = 0/ PBB = 13/ SUPP = 5/ SAPP = 2/ PBS = 5/ PRS = 4/ LDP = 0/ PBRS =  1/ UPKO = 2/ SPDP = 4

There are more but for now, some sleep, good nite, Malaysia.

18 responses »

  1. Sadia says:

    Correction1: Tian Chua belong to PKR and not DAP.

    Correction 2:

    PKR leads opposition parties as per 3.am and it has 29 seats

    DAP has 28 seats and PAS has 25 seats. Total: 82 seats.

    BN denied 2/3 majority

  2. zzz says:

    Wong Hua Seh where got win?

  3. congratulatons – let us celebrate the victory for justice and fiarplay.
    the bn was arrogant; they though that they were lords – never respecting people’s wishes. The People have now taught them the leasson that
    the RAKYAT ARE MASTERS – NOT THE bn.

    this is a lesson a democracy.

    I will later, as it is too early in the morning. Truth shall always prevail
    and God is Great – Alhamdulillah.

    at 4.20 am

  4. POTS says:

    A victory for the Rakyat, not the opposition.

    Let’s hope they won’t do an Animal Farm on us.

    Warkah untuk Barisan Rakyat:

    http://unwantedcitizen.blogspot.com/2008/03/warkah-untuk-barisan-rakyat.html

  5. nurjumri says:

    the sweetest election ever.
    Pak Lah should realise what is the message Malaysians try to say.

  6. Harrison bin Hansome says:

    I am elated by the decision to deny the BN 2/3 majority.

    The BN if without the vote buying campaign would be sacked.

  7. rodsjournal says:

    Congrats rakyat Malaysia! The opposition’s victory is your victory too.

    This is only the beginning.

    And POTS, don’t worry about an ‘Animal Farm’ scenario. The Malaysian opposition – now government of 5 states – is a very different animal (no pun intended) as far as I can see.

    Besides, BN is still in overall control of the whole country. That’s when an Animal Farm thing can, and has, worked.

  8. David Lee says:

    Malaysians, stand tall and proud.

    Now you must all stand together, unite and protect Anwar Ibrahim so that you have a real multi-racial government of the people, for the people and by the people in the next election.

    The UMNO, MCA and MIC cronies who have pillaged your country for hundreds of billions for decades will not give up easy. They will try and use murderous deeds to hang on to their ill-gotten gains.

    Allah protect you all from harm.

    Ex-Malaysian sending his congratulations and best wishes from Australia.

  9. freewave says:

    Its a new beginning.

    Although I’m really glad with the results, I would still keep my fingers crossed until I see some positive changes.

    Some people on TV asked, how could BN lost so badly? I like to tell them in the face it’s because BN never listen to the people. BN likes to play the race card. Please don’t me us hate our malay friends, or chinese friends, it won’t work anymore! Now chinese will vote for PAS and malay will vote for DAP, just remember that!

  10. freewave says:

    BN government,

    The rakyats wants to tell you that you are race based. We love our friends of any race. Don’t you ever raise the keris anymore and say stain it with whoever race’s blood. And don’t you ever say the chinese will rob away the malays’ wealth. Don’t ever threat us with may13 to make chinese and malays hate each other! Don’t you ever try to divide us again! We are united as one! REMEMBER! The rakyats now DARE to vote for any opposition to BREAK that dirty tactics!

    Just wanted to tell you that speech by Raja Petra was the most touching for ALL malaysians!

    AND! DONT YOU EVER BAND RAJA PETRA FROM GIVING PUBLIC SPEECH! WE WILL VOTE ALTERNATIVES!

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  12. arifabdull says:

    Congratulations to all Malaysians,
    Penang, Selangor, Perak, and kedah… dont forget, KL too (BN lost all KL except 1).

    We want the town councilors be elected by the people.
    PLS do this first!

  13. Tim says:

    We won 49% of the popular vote, according to the Sun.

  14. Chloe says:

    Yes ‘Freewave’ I agree with you. Am sick and tired of hearing threats from government of riots and bloodshed based on race. Sick of their divide and conquer tactics. I am chinese and I voted for all Malay candidates yesterday, and I voted for opposition just to say I don’t believe in this lie anymore. I have great Malay and Indian friends whom I’m sure voted irrespective of race. Malaysians now are more concerned about issues but they just keep pushing the race card down our throats. Enough, we say, don’t they get it? They are truly 40 years behind time.

  15. skype says:

    I believe he just deserve to act as Menteri Pembangunan Wanita & Keluarga..If Pak lah want to appoint his son in law as minister la..
    For another post..i never vote for him to be minister..

  16. skype says:

    What post KJ will be?

    I believe he just deserve to act as Menteri Pembangunan Wanita & Keluarga..If Pak lah want to appoint his son in law as minister la..
    For another post..i never vote for him to be minister..

  17. martha says:

    Finally, we Malaysians have done it. This clearly implies that we Malaysians are able to set our differences aside and be united for the love and betterment of our country. Well, Encik Anwar Ibrahim, Mr. Lim Kit Siang and Encik Husam Musa lets join hands with sincerity in your hearts and lead us to a new beginning. Many thanks to Raja Petra, Haris Ibrahim, and so many others, not forgetting you, Susan, who have worked so tiredlessly to make us aware of the many misdeeds of the very people whom we have entrusted to run the country. Bet you Samy is having sleepless nights and Toyo, he is still in a state of shock.

  18. wits0 says:

    One Toyol is discarded, another Tajol also. Way to go!

    “We want the town councilors be elected by the people.
    PLS do this first!”

    RIGHT!

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