We’ve analysed every race and narrowed the list to six key seats. The PAP’s performance in them will be critical to how they view their (likely) mandate for the next five years.
With tomorrow being Cooling-off Day, today marked a rather uneventful end to campaigning. RDU released its Green Charter. And, PAP’s Chan Chun Sing responds to audio clips circulating online.
The Young People’s Action Party (YP) is the youth wing of the ruling party, the PAP. Founded in 1992, it serves as a platform for youth voices in the PAP. We talked with Kenneth Yeo from the YP, a member of the YP since 2013.
PV releases its manifesto, 4 days before polling day. PSP Sec-Gen Tan Cheng Bock says police reports against WP’s Raeesah Khan are “gutter politics”. And, RP rebutted by IMDA after the former claimed it was not given sufficient notice for its constituency political broadcast.
WP’s Raeesah Khan apologises for online comments, will cooperate with investigations. PAP asks WP to make clear its stand on Khan. PAP’s Hougang candidate accused of stealing credit for WP-implemented upgrading programmes.
More POFMA orders, this time for a claim related to the issue of “10 million population”. AWARE criticises PAP press release for being “insensitive” to victims of domestic abuse. And, a nice moment between opponents even as campaigning heats up.
Campaigning missteps from across party lines today.
Manpower Ministry cites 2019 figures to rebut claims on 2020 PMET unemployment. Independent, Cheang Peng Wah, begins campaigning in Pioneer under a horse electoral logo. And PSP’s Tan Cheng Bock says he will reject any NCMP seat.
RP release manifesto supplement, “Green Manifesto”. PSP lodges police report after posters torn down in Chua Chu Kang. Hwa Chong tells students not to post GE-related content.
Tomorrow is Nomination Day. PSP and RDU release manifestos, include POFMA and CECA reviews. PAP MP, Indranee Rajah, says no need to vote opposition because NCMP scheme exists.