Winning Kelantan is high on Umno's agenda.
Party deputy president Najib Abdul Razak has been very upbeat and positive of Umno's chances in Kelantan.
I'd say at this point it is a dream Umno wishes will come true.
Well, I say good luck and all the best!
And should Umno win, Najib wants the state civil servants to know that they will not be punished.
He has reassured them that the BN will not launch "politics of revenge" on civil servants.
Bernama quoted him as saying in Jeli today that it was the Barisan's stand to respect opposition parties and their supporters.
He said they would be accorded the same treatment if the Barisan helmed the east coast state.
Here's the rest of the Bernama report.
Najib said the Barisan was not like PAS which went on a "witch hunt" after capturing Terengganu in the 1999 general election by sacking imams, locking up and cordoning off buildings housing state government offices and stopping vehicles travelled by Barisan government state executive councillors.
"The Barisan will not resort to cruel and inhumane actions like PAS. I assure you such things will not happen if the Barisan rules Kelantan.
"We'll respect them (state civil servants). They can go about working as usual," he told a press conference after launching the Border Regiment in Jeli.
Well, if Umno does win...we'll just have to wait and see if the "balas dendam" doesn't happen, won't we?