ALOR SETAR - Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is keeping a positive outlook on voter turnout throughout the day.
"So far it's very good, even in Langkawi. It's been very good although the turnout there was a bit slow in the morning.
"I think they will come later in the day," he said after casting his vote in SK Titi Gajah here on Wednesday (May 9) morning.
Dr Mahathir arrived at 10.55am along with his wife Tun Dr Siti Hasmah to cast their votes for the Kuala Kedah parliamentary seat and the Anak Bukit state seat.
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Asked on feedback from the Pakatan Harapan machinery on the ground in other states, Dr Mahathir said he was unsure.
"The access to my televised speech last night, however, was more than 200,000. Altogether, more than five million people followed it on various channels.
"So it seems they are interested in what I said and I hope they can be influenced by it," he said.