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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
PUTRAJAYA, Sun. - Voter support in this civil servant enclave is an interesting numbers game, especially with differing perceptions over where government staff really stand.
About 30,000 people, mainly civil servants, live in the federal administrative capital, which is being contested as a parliamentary seat for the first time.
But of this, about 83 per cent will return to their hometowns to vote, leaving behind 5,079 registered voters in this Federal Territory.
The Umno division here says about 3,000 names on the electoral roll are Umno members. The local MIC and MCA chapters say there are 127 Indian …