He added that even the last hours of campaigning were crucial in converting undecided and swing voters. With fluctuating support and diversity in the choices of political parties, all party candidates have a voice in the province. However, winning the popular vote in West Java may not automatically signal winning the elections, as seen in Mr Prabowo’s case in the previous two elections. “Sometimes what we face is that voters choose not logically but emotionally. So, this is what we have to shift; that they must also choose with conscience and common sense. That (they realise) the government programme does not belong to any one presidential candidate. That it is a government programme, whoever is the winner will continue it,” said Mr Haru Suandharu, head of the Anies-Muhaimin West Java campaign team Many voters in West Java want a leader who can walk the talk and to turn the manifesto that they have campaigned for into a reality.
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