From Malaysia Factbook
Shah Alam, the capital city of Selangor, the richest state in Malaysia, is Parliamentary Constituency P108. There are 2 state constituencies within its border:
- Batu Tiga; and
- Kota Anggerik.
In 2013, Shah Alam had 99,957 registered voters, comprising: 
Shah Alam's political landscape underwent a sea change in the 2008 general elections when, for the first time a PAS contender, Khalid Abdul Samad, beat the incumbent, Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin, from the Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition by a whopping 9,314-vote margin. Khalid's popularity has apparently been on the upswing.
Several sensitive religious incidents had happened in Shah Alam over the 4 years from 2008 to 2012 that may tilt non-Malay voter sentiment in favor of the fledgling Pakatan Rakyat (PR) pact that now runs the state. The most notable was the cow head protests, staged by a group of the city's Section 23 pro-UMNO Malay residents who were disgruntled with the PR government over the relocation of a Hindu temple to the Malay-dominant residential area. The provocative act had sparked widespread outrage and a storm of protests from Hindus and other minority groups that had previously swung to BN. It is likely to rear its head closer to the elections.
Shah Alam parliamentary constituency, Selangor