These Ads Prove That GE14 Is A Do-Or-Die Battle For Every Political Party
As the 14th General Election (GE14) looms, the battle for votes between political parties are tougher than ever
We've been seeing flags, banners, billboard advertisements, and so much more in the weeks leading up to the big day on 9 May.
Political parties and their supporters have stepped up their game for GE14 by coming up with rather ingenious ways to attract voters.
Here's a collection of the advertisements, flags, and banners we've seen in the weeks leading up to GE14:
1. A sponsored video on YouTube, taking aim at Pakatan Harapan's manifesto, features scenes from the Titanic
3. Banner on The Star promoting a website listing out government initiatives for Malaysian Indians
5. Spotted on Sin Chew Daily
6. Seen on Malaysiakini
7. Advertisement of Rafizi Ramli found on Facebook Messenger
8. A PAS advertisement found on Free Malaysia Today
9. BN jumped on Waze for advertisements
10. Spotted on a RapidKL bus
11. Billboards featuring caretaker Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak
13. In his bid for votes, this candidate calls himself "PJ Boy"
14. Spotted on Jalan Kelawei, Penang
15. A poster of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad "answering" to a poster of Najib found in Muar, Johor
Political parties aren't the only ones with the advertisements. Supporters have also come up with their own ways of attracting more voters to their parties!
1. Malaysian creativity at its best!
2. A crocodile statue covered with flags
4. A PAS tank
BONUS: This man isn't campaigning for any political party, but he spent eight hours creating this sand sculpture to encourage Malaysians to vote tomorrow, 9 May
Head over to the SAYS GE14 live website on polling day for verified, real-time results and updates!
Here are five random GE14 things we've seen as well: