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| colspan = "8" | [[Fail:Sabah_Heritage_Party_Logo.svg.png|bingkai|25px|Parti Warisan Sabah]] '''32''' | [[Fail:Parti Pribumi Bersatu HeritageMalaysia PartyLogo.svg.png|WARISAN25px]] '''329''' | [[PakatanFail:Gabungan_Bersatu_Sabah_Logo.png|bingkai|25px|Gabungan Bersatu Sabah]] '''8''' Harapan|PH [[Fail:DAP-100px.jpg|bingkai|25px|Parti Tindakan Demokratik]] '''186''' | [[Fail:United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation Logo.svg|UPKObingkai|25px|Pertubuhan Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Bersatu]] '''5''' | [[United AllianceFail:Lambang (Sabah)keadilan.png|GBSbingkai|25px|Parti Keadilan Rakyat]] '''83''' | [[BarisanFail:UMNO Nasional(Malaysia).svg|BNbingkai|25px|UMNO (Sabah)]] '''1'''
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| N1 || Banggi || Mohamad Mohammarin || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]''' ||<small>Pembantu Menteri</small>
| N3 || Pitas || Bolkiah Ismail<ref group=N>Bolkiah Ismail contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, [[Party switching|switching allegiance]] to [[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]] on 13 May 2018.</ref><ref name="another party switching">{{cite web|url=http://www.astroawani.com/berita-malaysia/empat-lagi-adun-bn-sertai-mohd-shafie-175349|title=Empat lagi ADUN BN sertai Mohd Shafie?|trans-title=Four other BN assemblymen joined Mohd Shafie?|author=Ruzaini Zulkepli|language=Malay|publisher=Astro Awani|date=13 May 2018|accessdate=13 May 2018}}</ref><ref name="switching">{{cite web|url=https://sg.news.yahoo.com/more-bn-reps-jump-ship-071649081.html|title=More BN reps to jump ship to Warisan|author=Julia Chan|work=The Malay Mail|publisher=Yahoo! News|date=13 May 2018|accessdate=13 May 2018|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20180513160810/https://sg.news.yahoo.com/more-bn-reps-jump-ship-071649081.html|archivedate=13 May 2018|deadurl=yes}}</ref><ref name="switching confirmation">{{cite web|url=https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/05/14/two-more-upko-reps-join-shafie-assemblymen-switch-allegiance-to-warisan/|title=Two more Upko reps join Shafie|author=Fatimah Zainal|publisher=The Star|date=14 May 2018|accessdate=14 May 2018}}</ref> || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]''' || {{n/a}}
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| N4 || Matunggong || Julita Majunki<ref group=N>Julita Majunki contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, after which his party decided to leave BN on 12 May 2018.</ref> || bgcolor="{{Homeland Solidarity Party/meta/shading}}"|'''[[UnitedGabungan Alliance (Sabah)Bersatu|GBS]]''' ('''[[UnitedParti SabahBersatu PartySabah|PBS]]''')<ref name="PBS quits BN">{{cite web|url=https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/05/13/pbs-quits-bn-and-joins-star-in-new-coalition/|title=PBS quits BN and joins STAR in new coalition|publisher=The Star|date=13 May 2018|accessdate=24 August 2018}}</ref> || {{n/a}}
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| N5 || Tandek || Anita Baranting<ref group=N>Anita Baranting contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, after which her party decided to leave BN on 12 May 2018, [[Party switching|switching allegiance]] to [[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]] on 6 March 2019.</ref><ref name="PBS quits BN" /><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.theborneopost.com/2019/03/06/pbs-women-chief-anita-baranting-joins-warisan/|title=PBS women chief Anita Baranting joins Warisan|author=Nancy Lai|publisher=The Borneo Post|date=6 March 2019|accessdate=7 March 2019}}</ref> || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}"|'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]''' || {{n/a}}
| N7 || Kadamaian || Ewon Benedick<ref group=N>Ewon Benedick contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, after which he become one of the six members of the UPKO in forming an alliance with [[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]] on 12 May 2018.</ref><ref name="musical chairs ended">{{cite web|url=http://says.com/my/news/sabah-musical-chairs-to-end-with-shafie-swearing-in-as-15th-chief-minister-tonight|title=Sabah Musical Chairs To End With Shafie Swearing In As Chief Minister Tonight|author=Sadho Ram|publisher=Says.com|date=12 May 2018|accessdate=12 May 2018}}</ref><ref name="switched allegiance">{{cite web|url=https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/424352|title=Six switch sides, Warisan has majority with 35 seats|author=Alyaa Azhar |publisher=Malaysiakini|date=11 May 2018|accessdate=12 May 2018}}</ref> || bgcolor="{{United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation/meta/shading}}" |'''[[United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation|UPKO]]''' ||<small>Menteri</small>
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| N8 || Usukan || Japlin Akim<ref name="join GBS" group="N" />|| bgcolor="{{PakatanMalaysian HarapanUnited Indigenous Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBMBERSATU]]''') || {{n/a}}
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| N9 || Tamparuli || Jahid Jahim<ref group=N>Jahid Jahim contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.</ref> || bgcolor="{{Homeland Solidarity Party/meta/shading}}"|'''[[UnitedGabungan Alliance (Sabah)Bersatu|GBS]]''' ('''[[UnitedParti SabahBersatu PartySabah|PBS]]''')<ref name="PBS quits BN" />|| {{n/a}}
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| N10 || Sulaman || Hajiji Noor<ref name="join GBS" group="N" /><ref group=N>Hajiji Noor contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, after which he [[party switching|switched]] to [[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBM]] on 15 March 2019.</ref><ref name="two former UMNO ADUNs">{{cite web|url=https://www.bharian.com.my/berita/politik/2019/03/541433/4-ahli-parlimen-2-adun-dua-senator-sabah-sertai-bersatu|title=4 Ahli Parlimen, 2 ADUN, dua senator Sabah sertai BERSATU|trans-title=4 MPs, 2 assemblymen, two Sabah senators join BERSATU|author1=Zanariah Abd Mutalib|author2=Noor Atiqah Sulaiman|language=Malay|publisher=Berita Harian|date=15 March 2019|accessdate=17 March 2019}}</ref> || bgcolor="{{PakatanMalaysian HarapanUnited Indigenous Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBMBERSATU]]''') || {{n/a}}
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| N11 || Kiulu || Joniston Bangkuai<ref group=N>Joniston Bangkuai contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.</ref> || bgcolor="{{Homeland Solidarity Party/meta/shading}}"|'''[[UnitedGabungan Alliance (Sabah)Bersatu|GBS]]''' ('''[[UnitedParti SabahBersatu PartySabah|PBS]]''')<ref name="PBS quits BN"/>|| {{n/a}}
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| N12 || Karambunai || Azhar Matussin || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]'''||<small>Pembantu Menteri Perusahaan dan Industri</small>
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| N13 || Inanam || Kenny Chua Teck Ho || bgcolor="{{PakatanPeople's HarapanJustice Party (Malaysia)/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[People's Justice Party (Malaysia)|PKR]]''') ||<small>Pembantu Menteri</small>
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| N14 || Likas || Tan Lee Fatt || bgcolor="{{PakatanDemocratic HarapanAction Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Democratic Action Party (Malaysia)|DAP]]''')|| {{n/a}}
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| N15 || Api-Api || [[Christina Liew|Christina Liew Chin Jin]] || bgcolor="{{PakatanPeople's HarapanJustice Party (Malaysia)/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[People's Justice Party (Malaysia)|PKR]]''')||<small>Timbalan Ketua Menteri</small>
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| N16 || Luyang || {{illm|Phoong Jin Zhe|zh|冯晋哲}} || bgcolor="{{PakatanDemocratic HarapanAction Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Democratic Action Party (Malaysia)|DAP]]''') || {{n/a}}
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| N17 || Tanjong Aru || Junz Wong Hong Jun || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]'''||<small>Menteri</small>
| N18 || Petagas || Uda Sulai || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]'''||<small>Pembantu Menteri</small>
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| N19 || Kapayan || Janie Lasimbang || bgcolor="{{PakatanDemocratic HarapanAction Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Democratic Action Party (Malaysia)|DAP]]''')||<small>Pembantu Menteri</small>
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| N20 || Moyog || Jenifer Lasimbang || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]'''||<small>Pembantu Menteri</small>
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| N21 || Kawang || Ghulam Haidar Khan Bahadar<ref name="join GBS" group="N" />|| bgcolor="{{PakatanMalaysian HarapanUnited Indigenous Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBMBERSATU]]''') || {{n/a}}
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| N22 || Pantai Manis || Aidi Moktar || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]''' ||<small>Menteri</small>
| N23 || Bongawan || Daud Yusof || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]''' ||<small>Menteri</small>
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| N24 || Membakut || Mohd. Arifin Mohd. Arif<ref name="join GBS" group="N" />|| bgcolor="{{PakatanMalaysian HarapanUnited Indigenous Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBMBERSATU]]''') || {{n/a}}
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| N25 || Klias || Isnin Aliasnih<ref name="join GBS" group="N" />|| bgcolor="{{PakatanMalaysian HarapanUnited Indigenous Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBMBERSATU]]''') || {{n/a}}
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| N26 || Kuala Penyu || Limus Jury<ref group=N>Limus Jury contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, he as one of the six members of the party decide to form an alliance with [[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]] on 13 May 2018.</ref><ref name="another party switching"/><ref name="switching"/><ref name="switching confirmation"/> || bgcolor="{{United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation/meta/shading}}"| '''[[United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation|UPKO]]'''|| {{n/a}}
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| N27 || Lumadan || Matbali Musah<ref name="join GBS" group="N" />|| bgcolor="{{PakatanMalaysian HarapanUnited Indigenous Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBMBERSATU]]''') || {{n/a}}
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| N28 || Sindumin || Yusof Yacob || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]'''||<small>Menteri</small>
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| N29 || Kundasang || Joachim Gunsalam<ref group=N>Joachim Gunsalam contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.</ref>|| bgcolor="{{Homeland Solidarity Party/meta/shading}}"|'''[[UnitedGabungan Alliance (Sabah)Bersatu|GBS]]''' ('''[[UnitedParti SabahBersatu PartySabah|PBS]]''')<ref name="PBS quits BN"/> || {{n/a}}
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| N30 || Karanaan || Masidi Manjun<ref name="join GBS" group="N" /><ref group=N>Masidi Manjun contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, after which he [[party switching|switched]] to [[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBM]] on 15 March 2019.</ref><ref name="two former UMNO ADUNs"/> || bgcolor="{{PakatanMalaysian HarapanUnited Indigenous Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBMBERSATU]]''') || {{n/a}}
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| N31 || Paginatan || Abidin Madingkir<ref group=N>Abidin Madingkir contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, he as one of the six members of the party decide to form an alliance with [[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]] on 12 May 2018.</ref><ref name="musical chairs ended"/> || bgcolor="{{United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation/meta/shading}}"| '''[[United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation|UPKO]]'''|| {{n/a}}
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| N32 || Tambunan || [[Jeffrey Kitingan]] || bgcolor="{{Homeland Solidarity Party/meta/shading}}"|'''[[UnitedGabungan Alliance (Sabah)Bersatu|GBS]]''' ('''[[HomelandParti Solidariti SolidarityTanah PartyAirku|STAR]]''')<ref name="opposition"/>|| <small>Ketua Pembangkang</small>
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| N33 || Bingkor || Robert Nordin || bgcolor="{{Homeland Solidarity Party/meta/shading}}"|'''[[UnitedGabungan Alliance (Sabah)Bersatu|GBS]]''' ('''[[HomelandParti Solidariti SolidarityTanah PartyAirku|STAR]]''')<ref name="opposition"/> || {{n/a}}
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| N34 || Liawan || Rasinin Kautis || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]'''||<small>Pembantu Menteri</small>
| N36 || Kemabong || Jamawi Jaafar<ref group=N>Jamawi Jaafar contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, [[Party switching|switch allegiance]] to [[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]] on 12 May 2018.</ref><ref name="musical chairs ended"/><ref name="switched allegiance"/> || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]'''|| {{n/a}}
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| N37 || Sook || Ellron Alfred Angin<ref group=N>Ellron Angin contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBRS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.</ref> || bgcolor="{{Homeland Solidarity Party/meta/shading}}"|'''[[UnitedGabungan Alliance (Sabah)Bersatu|GBS]]''' ('''[[Parti BersatuSolidariti RakyatTanah SabahAirku|PBRSSTAR]]''')<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/424413|title=PBRS is third party to leave Sabah BN|publisher=Malaysiakini|date=12 May 2018|accessdate=12 May 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.theborneopost.com/2018/05/12/pbrs-wants-to-work-with-warisan/|title=PBRS wants to work with Warisan|publisher=The Borneo Post|date=12 May 2018|accessdate=12 May 2018}}</ref><ref name="Bobby Suan and Elron Angin">{{cite web|url=http://www.astroawani.com/berita-politik/adun-pembangkang-sabah-bukan-lagi-bersama-bn-178005|title=ADUN pembangkang Sabah bukan lagi bersama BN|trans-title=Sabah opposition assemblyman is no longer with BN|author=Ruzaini Zulkepli|language=Malay|publisher=Astro Awani|date=12 June 2018|accessdate=13 June 2018|quote=Datuk Bobby Suan (UPKO) dan Datuk Elron Angin (PBRS) yang turut hadir dalam upacara angkat sumpah sebagai ADUN pada hari ini hanya mewakili parti masing-masing sahaja.}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.utusan.com.my/berita/politik/politik-sabah-bn-bakal-bubar-pembangkang-tubuh-blok-baharu-1.728278|title=Politik Sabah: BN bakal bubar, pembangkang tubuh blok baharu|trans-title=Sabah Politics: BN will be disbanded, opposition to establish new blocs|author=Fauzi Suhaimi|language=Malay|publisher=Utusan Malaysia|date=13 August 2018|accessdate=14 August 2018}}</ref>|| {{n/a}}
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| N38 || Nabawan || Bobbey Ah Fang Suan<ref group=N>Bobbey Ah Fang Suan contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate. It is known at the first that he is the only UPKO member that refused to seal an alliance with [[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]] as been did by six other members of his party. However, following the assembly oath on 12 June 2018, it is reported that every DUN members are representing their respective parties.</ref><ref name="Bobby Suan and Elron Angin"/><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.thestar.com.my/metro/metro-news/2018/06/21/upko-out-to-reinvent-itself-after-breaking-away-from-bn/|title=Upko out to reinvent itself after breaking away from BN|author=Fatimah Zainal|publisher=The Star|date=21 June 2018|accessdate=21 June 2018|quote=Upko’s Nabawan assemblyman Datuk Bobbey Suan is the only one who did not move with his party to Warisan’s side and is still keeping faith with Barisan.}}</ref> || bgcolor="{{PakatanMalaysian HarapanUnited Indigenous Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBMBERSATU]]''')<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2018/08/14/new-opposition-bloc-will-ring-down-curtain-on-bn-in-sabah/|title=New opposition bloc will bring down curtain on BN in Sabah|author=Tracy Patrick|publisher=Free Malaysia Today|date=14 August 2018|accessdate=14 August 2018}}</ref>|| {{n/a}}
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| N39 || Sugut || James Ratib<ref group=N>James Ratib contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, he as one of the six members of the party decide to form an alliance with [[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]] on 13 May 2018.</ref><ref name="another party switching"/><ref name="switching"/><ref name="switching confirmation"/><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.bharian.com.my/berita/politik/2018/05/426583/adun-sugut-dari-bn-sertai-upko|title=ADUN Sugut dari BN sertai UPKO|trans-title=Sugut assemblyman from BN joins UPKO|author1=Poliana Ronnie Sidom|author2=Norasikin Daine|language=Malay|publisher=Berita Harian|date=16 May 2018|accessdate=24 May 2018}}</ref> || bgcolor="{{United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation/meta/shading}}" | '''[[United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation|UPKO]]'''|| {{n/a}}
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| N40 || Labuk || Abd. Rahman Kongkawang<ref group=N>Abd. Rahman Kongkawang contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.</ref> || bgcolor="{{Homeland Solidarity Party/meta/shading}}"|'''[[UnitedGabungan Alliance (Sabah)Bersatu|GBS]]''' ('''[[UnitedParti SabahBersatu PartySabah|PBS]]''')<ref name="PBS quits BN"/>|| {{n/a}}
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| N41 || Gum-Gum || Arunarsin Taib<br><small>(Assistant Minister)</small>|| bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]''' ||<small>Pembantu Menteri</small>
| N44 || Karamunting || Hiew Vun Zin || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]''' ||<small>Pembantu Menteri</small>
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| N45 || Elopura || Calvin Chong Ket Kiun || bgcolor="{{PakatanDemocratic HarapanAction Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Democratic Action Party (Malaysia)|DAP]]''') || {{n/a}}
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| N46 || Tanjong Papat || Frankie Poon Ming Fung || bgcolor="{{PakatanDemocratic HarapanAction Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Democratic Action Party (Malaysia)|DAP]]''') ||<small>Menteri</small>
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| N47 || Kuamut || Masiung Banah<ref group=N>Masiung Banah contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, he as one of the six members of the party decide to form an alliance with [[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]] on 13 May 2018. He left UPKO on 24 November 2018 to become independent.</ref><ref name="another party switching"/><ref name="switching"/><ref name="switching confirmation"/><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.nst.com.my/node/434200/|title=Masiung Banah quits Upko to become independent|author=Avila Geraldine|publisher=New Straits Times|date=24 November 2018|accessdate=10 December 2018}}</ref> || bgcolor="{{PakatanMalaysian HarapanUnited Indigenous Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBMBERSATU]]''') || {{n/a}}
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| N48 || Sukau || Saddi Abdul Rahman<ref group="N">Saddi Abdul Rahman contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, left the party on 1 August 2018 and [[Party switching|switch allegiance]] to [[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]] on 10 December 2018.</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/455531|title=Sukau assemblyperson joins Warisan|author=|language=ms|publisher=Bernama|date=10 December 2018|accessdate=10 December 2018}}</ref> || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]'''|| {{n/a}}
| N55 || Balung || Osman Jamal<ref group=N>Osman Jamal contested the [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, expressing intention to [[Party switching|switch allegiance]] to [[People's Justice Party (Malaysia)|People's Justice Party]] (PKR) but his request are not accepted by the party leadership. He then switch to [[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]] on 4 March 2019.</ref><ref name="musical chairs ended"/><ref name="switched allegiance"/><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=125877|title=Cracks in Sabah PKR over OJ|author=Lagatah Toyos|publisher=Daily Express|date=18 July 2018|accessdate=25 July 2018}}</ref><ref name="switched allegiance"/><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.theborneopost.com/2019/03/04/osman-jamal-joins-warisan/|title=Osman Jamal joins Warisan|publisher=The Borneo Post|date=4 March 2019|accessdate=9 March 2019}}</ref> || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}"|'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]'''|| {{n/a}}
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| N56 || Apas || Nizam Abu Bakar Titingan<ref name="join GBS" group="N" />|| bgcolor="{{PakatanMalaysian HarapanUnited Indigenous Party/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBMBERSATU]]''') || {{n/a}}
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| N57 || Sri Tanjong || [[Wong Sze Phin|Jimmy Wong Sze Phin]] || bgcolor="{{PakatanDemocratic HarapanAction Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[Democratic Action Party (Malaysia)|DAP]]''')||<small>Pembantu Menteri</small>
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| N58 || Merotai || Sarifuddin Hata || bgcolor="{{Sabah Heritage Party/meta/shading}}" |'''[[Sabah Heritage Party|WARISAN]]'''||<small>Pembantu Menteri</small>
|Nominated member
|Jaffari Waliam<ref group="N">Jaffari Waliam was not a candidate in the recent [[Sabah state election, 2018|state election]] but co-operated with WARISAN candidate for Gum-Gum while in the [[Sabah state election, 2013|2013 state election]] he was the Sabah PKR election director. Jaffari was made a nominated member of the State Legislative Assembly on 20 September 2018.</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.sabahnewstoday.com/en/libaran-pkr-chief-jaffari-waliam-is-the-fifth-nominated-assemblyman/|title=Libaran PKR Chief, Jaffari Waliam is the fifth nominated assemblyman|author=Chris Maskilone|publisher=Sabah News Today|date=20 September 2018|accessdate=27 February 2019|archiveurl=http://web.archive.org/web/20190227091318/https://www.sabahnewstoday.com/en/libaran-pkr-chief-jaffari-waliam-is-the-fifth-nominated-assemblyman/|archivedate=27 February 2019|deadurl=yes}}</ref>
|bgcolor="{{PakatanPeople's HarapanJustice Party (Malaysia)/meta/shading}}"| '''[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]]''' ('''[[People's Justice Party (Malaysia)|PKR]]''') || {{n/a}}
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