2018 Negeri Sembilan state election

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2018 Negeri Sembilan state election

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All 36 seats of the Negeri Sembilan State Legislative Assembly
19 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party Third party
  PH GS
Leader Aminuddin Harun Mohamad Hasan Mustaffa Daharun
Party Pakatan Harapan (PKR) Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS)
Leader since 30 August 2017 2004 Unknown
Leader's seat Sikamat Rantau Ampangan
(lost seat)
Last election 14 seats, 35.36%
(Pakatan Rakyat)
22 seats, 50.95% No seat, 12.05%
(Pakatan Rakyat)
Seats before 14 21 Steady
Seats won 20 16 0
Seat change Increase6 Decrease5 Steady
Popular vote 258,737 182,294 35,913
Percentage 53.9% 38.0% 7.5%
Swing Increase18.5% Decrease13.0% Decrease 4.6%

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Pakatan Harapan seats:
  DAP
  PKR
  Amanah

Opposition seats:

  UMNO and MIC

Menteri Besar before election

Mohamad Hasan
Barisan Nasional

Elected Menteri Besar

Aminuddin Harun
Pakatan Harapan

The 14th Negeri Sembilan State election was held on 9 May 2018. The previous state election was held on 5 May 2013. The state assemblymen is elected to 5 years term each.

The Negeri Sembilan State Legislative Assembly was dissolved on 7 April 2018 by the Head of State (Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan) on the advice of the Head of Government (Menteri Besar of Negeri Sembilan).

Contenders[edit]

Barisan Nasional (BN) contested in all 36 seats in Negeri Sembilan State Legislative Assembly. United Malays National Organisation (UNMO) contested in 24 seats, Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) contested in 10 seats, Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) and Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia (Gerakan) contested in 2 seats each.

Pakatan Harapan (PH) contested in 35 seats in Negeri Sembilan. People's Justice Party (PKR) contested in 15 seats, Democratic Action Party (DAP) contested in 11 seats, Malaysian United Indigenous Party (Bersatu) contested in 4 seats and National Trust Party (Amanah) contested in 5 seats.

Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) contested in 27 seats in Negeri Sembilan and lost in all of them.

Political parties[edit]

Coalition
Incumbent Opposition
Barisan Nasional (BN) Pakatan Harapan (PH) Gagasan Sejahtera (GS)
People's Alternative Party

The contested seats[edit]

No. State constituency Incumbent State Assemblyman Political parties

Barisan Nasional [1][2]

Parti Keadilan Rakyat logo.svg

Pakatan Harapan [3]

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Gagasan Sejahtera [4]

Other parties/Ind
Candidate Name Party Candidate Name Party Candidate Name Party Candidate Name Party
N01 Chennah Anthony Loke Siew Fook (PH) Seet Tee Yin MCA Anthony Loke Siew Fook DAP Jamalus Mansor PAS
N02 Pertang Jalaluddin Alias (BN) Noor Azmi Yusuf UMNO Osman Mohd Dusa Bersatu Hamran Abu Hassan
N03 Sungai Lui Mohd Razi Mohd Ali (BN) Mohd Razi Mohd Ali Zainal Fikri Abd Kadir PKR Abdul Karim Shahimi Abdul Razak
N04 Klawang Yunus Rahmat (BN) Baharuddin Jali Bakri Sawir Amanah Mazly Yasin
N05 Serting Shamsulkahar Mohd Deli (BN) Shamsulkahar Mohd Deli Abd Rahman Ramli Muhammad Alzukri Muhammad Yasin
N06 Palong Lilah Yasin (BN) Mustafa Nagoor Nor Arzemi Nordin Bersatu Masdi Musa
N07 Jeram Padang Manickam Letchuman (BN) Manickam Letchuman MIC S. Musliadi Sabtu PKR Mohd Fairuz Mohd. Isa
N08 Bahau Chew Seh Yong (PH) Choong Wan You MCA Teo Kok Seong DAP Mustafar Bakri Abdul Aziz
N09 Lenggeng Vacant Mazlan Maarop UMNO Suhaimi Kassim Amanah Muhammad Ghazali Abu Bakar
N10 Nilai Arul Kumar Jambunathan (PH) Leaw Kok Chan MCA Arul Kumar Jambunathan DAP Mohd. Abu Zahrim Abdul Rahman
N11 Lobak Siow Kim Leong (PH) Lim Kok Kean Chew Seh Yong Balamurugan Sanmugam PAP
N12 Temiang Ng Chin Tsai (PH) Siow Koi Voon Ng Chin Tsai Yaw Con Seng PAS
N13 Sikamat Aminuddin Harun (PH) Samsul Amri Ismail UMNO Aminuddin Harun PKR Rahim Yusof
N14 Ampangan Abu Ubaidah Redza (BN) Abu Ubaidah Redza Mohamad Rafie Ab. Malik Mustaffa Daharun
N15 Juasseh Mohammad Razi Kail (BN) Ismail Lasim Rosli Omar Hassan Mohamed
N16 Seri Menanti Abd Samad Ibrahim (BN) Abd Samad Ibrahim Jamali Salam Bersatu Rafiei Mustapha
N17 Senaling Ismail Lasim (BN) Adnan Abu Hasan Md Rais Mohamad @ Basiron Amanah Fazilah Abu Samah
N18 Pilah Norhayati Omar (BN) Norhayati Omar1 Mohamad Nazaruddin Sabtu PKR Ahmad Fadzil Othman
N19 Johol Abu Samah Mahat (BN) Saiful Yazan Zulkefly Mohamad Amanah Kamaruddin Md. Tahir
N20 Labu Hasim Rusdi (BN) Hasim Rusdi Ismail Ahmad PKR Mohd. Khairil Anuar Mohd. Wafa David Dass Aseerpatham PAP
N21 Bukit Kepayang Cha Kee Chin (PH) Mah Kah Yong Gerakan Tan Lee Koon DAP
N22 Rahang Mary Josephine Pritam Singh (PH) Yap Sui Moi MCA Mary Josephine Pritam Singh Saraswathy Paragazum PAP
N23 Mambau Yap Yew Weng (PH) Hoi Choi Sin Yap Yew Weng T. Parimala Devi PAP
N24 Seremban Jaya (previously known as Senawang) Gunasekaren Palasamy (PH) Choong Vee Hing Gerakan Gunasekaren Palasamy Sagaya Rajan Xavier PAP
N25 Paroi Mohd Ghazali Wahid (BN) Mohd Ghazali Wahid UMNO Mohamad Taufek Abd Ghani Amanah Masita Mohamed Ali PAS
N26 Chembong Zaifulbahri Idris (BN) Zaifulbahri Idris Azizan Marzuki Bersatu Rosmin Adam
N27 Rantau Mohamad Hasan (BN) Mohamad Hasan Streram Sinnasamy PKR
N28 Kota Awaludin Said (BN) Awaludin Said Shahrizal Masrudin Amanah Ishak Omar PAS
N29 Chuah Chai Tong Chai (PH) Lim Chin Sui MCA Yek Diew Ching PKR
N30 Lukut Ean Yong Tin Sin (PH) Yeong Con Yu Choo Ken Hwa DAP
N31 Bagan Pinang Tun Hairuddin Abu Bakar (BN) Tun Hairuddin Abu Bakar UMNO Rashid Latiff Bersatu
N32 Linggi Abd Rahman Mohd Redza (BN) Abd Rahman Mohd Redza Rusli Abdullah PKR Noor Mohamad Rizal Ishak PAS
N33 Sri Tanjung (previously known as Port Dickson) Ravi Munusamy (PH) Thinalan Rojagapalu MIC Ravi Munusamy Kamarol Ridzuan Mohd. Zain
N34 Gemas Abdul Razak Said (BN) Abdul Razak Said UMNO Baharuddin Arif Siri PKR Abdul Halim Abu Bakar
N35 Gemencheh Mohd Isam Mohd Isa (BN) Mohd Isam Mohd Isa Saiful Adly Abdul Wahab Bersatu Ishak Maasin
N36 Repah Veerapan Superamaniam (PH) Pui Kim Swee MCA Veerapan Superamaniam DAP Abdul Razakek Abdul Rahim

Election pendulum[edit]

The 14th General Election witnessed 20 governmental seats and 16 non-governmental seats filled the Negeri Sembilan State Legislative Assembly. The government side has 11 safe seats and 1 fairly safe seat, while the non-government side has 3 safe seats and 3 fairly safe seats. In addition, there were 1 seat that win uncontested in non-governmental seats; namely Rantau (won by incumbent assemblyman, Mohamad Hasan).

2018 Negeri Sembilan state election
GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
Labu Ismail Ahmad PKR 45.72
Lenggeng Suhaimi Kassim AMANAH 47.99
Chennah Anthony Loke Siew Fook DAP 50.91
Kelawang Bakri Sawir AMANAH 51.39
Ampangan Mohamad Rafie Ab. Malik PKR 51.43
Pilah Mohamad Nazaruddin Sabtu PKR 51.80
Paroi Mohamad Taufek Abd. Ghani AMANAH 52.18
Sikamat Aminuddin Harun PKR 55.87
Fairly safe
Repah Veerapan Superamaniam DAP 58.57
Safe
Sri Tanjung Ravi Munusamy PKR 62.62
Bahau Teo Kok Seong DAP 64.74
Temiang Ng Chin Tsai DAP 64.81
Chuah Michael Yek Diew Ching PKR 65.81
Nilai Arul Kumar Jambunathan DAP 68.48
Rahang Mary Josephine Pritam Singh DAP 73.98
Lukut Choo Ken Hwa DAP 79.00
Seremban Jaya Gunasekaren Palasamy DAP 80.41
Bukit Kepayang Nicole Tan Lee Koon DAP 83.29
Mambau Yap Yew Weng DAP 85.04
Lobak Chew Seh Yong DAP 87.46
NON-GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
Jeram Padang Manickam Letchuman MIC 39.26
Gemencheh Mohd. Isam Mohd. Isa UMNO 47.38
Linggi Abdul Rahman Mohd. Redza UMNO 48.53
Pertang Noor Azmi Yusuf UMNO 49.00
Johol Saiful Yazan Sulaiman UMNO 49.34
Juasseh Ismail Lasim UMNO 50.41
Seri Menanti Abdul Samad Ibrahim UMNO 50.45
Senaling Adnan Abu Hassan UMNO 52.86
Serting Shamsulkahar Mohd. Deli UMNO 55.48
Fairly safe
Gemas Abdul Razak Said UMNO 56.16
Kota Awaludin Said UMNO 57.39
Bagan Pinang Tun Hairuddin Abu Bakar UMNO 57.83
Safe
Chembong Zaifulbahri Idris UMNO 60.45
Sungai Lui Mohd. Razi Mohd. Ali UMNO 62.56
Palong Mustafa Nagoor UMNO 66.15
*Win uncontested
Rantau Mohamad Hasan UMNO n/a

Results[edit]

Seats that changed allegiance[edit]

No. Seat Previous Party (2013) Current Party (2018)
N04 Negeri Sembilan Klawang Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (AMANAH)
N09 Negeri Sembilan Lenggeng Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (AMANAH)
N14 Negeri Sembilan Ampangan Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (PKR)
N18 Negeri Sembilan Pilah Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (PKR)
N20 Negeri Sembilan Labu Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (PKR)
N25 Negeri Sembilan Paroi Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (AMANAH)

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