It is reported that there are more than 1494 registered voters in this election. Among them, more than 1449 people are ordinary voters, and the rest are voters ahead of schedule. Malaysia has 222 parliamentary seats and 505 state seats (except Sha state). Up to 687 candidates have participated in the national elections, while the state seats have 1646 candidates. The report said it was the most unpredictable event in Malaysias general elections. Many states are expected to have subtle changes in the general election, especially in Kedah and Kelantan, the majority of the Malay voters, and the election of the state is very intense. In addition, it has always been considered the most unsuspense state in the election campaign, and Penang now has variables. In the last general election, the National League won 133 seats, and the peoples Federation gained 89 seats. However, with the split of the Iraqi party and the peoples alliance, the Party of integrity has started to make a new start, and the number of opposition parties has changed. Before the dissolution of Congress, the house of Commons had 132 members of the parliament, 36 of the action party, 28 of the fair party, 13 of the Islamic Party, 7 of the good faith party, 2 of the shamin party, 1 members of the socialist party and the Communist Party, and 2 of the members of the party.