Pakistan's president lost his final base of support in Monday's parliamentary election.
The opposition wins by a landslide in a surprisingly smooth election, as Musharraf allies concede defeat.
Election observers have reported few instances of fraud, a key concern as officials begin tallying results.
In Punjab, which picks 148 of 272 parliamentary seats on Feb. 18, many remain undecided.
Top critic Nawaz Sharif says President Pervez Musharraf hopes to silence the opposition ahead of Feb. 18 elections
Many cite economic woes as campaigning for the Feb. 18 election picks up Friday.