With Sarawak and Sabah being the remaining state that is yet to hold their PKR election, the votes by the members are going to going to decide of Mohd Rafizi Ramli or Datuk Seri Azmin Ali gets to be the deputy president of the party. With all twelve states having completed the polls, Mohamed Azmin, the Economic Affairs Minister is leading with 46,759 votes in comparison to Rafizi who has secured 45,112 votes.
It shows that Mohd Rafizi is losing by 1,647 votes like it has been indicated by the unofficial results of the PKR election which has been posted on the website. The results do not include the votes in Negeri Sembilan and Melaka that is yet to be posted on the website.
If the vote of the two states is calculated together, Mohd Rafizi is still behind Mohamed Azmin by 1,265 votes. He has failed to secure that majority votes from the members on the division to the deputy president post when only 508 members voted for him while Mohamed Azmin secured 715 votes.
Sabah has 145,639 PKR members who can vote is going to hold its party election on 3rd and 4th November which involves 25 division while Sarawak has 56,362 members who can vote is going to hold the election on 10th November and includes 29 divisions. The results of these two states are going to decide if Mohd Rafizi or Mohamed Azmin will get the number two post in the party.
One the election for the other posts, Nurul Izzah Anwar, returning unopposed as the Permantang Pauh division leader, leads the list for the post of the vice president. She has secured 39,624 votes. For the Youth Chief Post of the party Dr. Afif Bahardin is leading with 8,311 votes.