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.
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.
Slow news day today… just more ELD sticker drama. And, Hwa Chong clarifies its stance on students discussing politics on social media.
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.
WP, SPP release manifestos, both include electoral reforms. Pro-PAP Facebook page taken down for “inauthentic” behaviour. MPs and veteran opposition figures announce retirement.
DPP drops out of GE2020. PAP and RP unveil campaign manifestos and slogans. Ivan Lim drops out of the race after mounting criticism.
SingFirst dissolved. Heavyweights from PAP and WP not contesting. An independent candidate in Bukit Panjang?
Lee Hsien Yang joins PSP. West Coast three-corner fight avoided. Parties begin announcing candidates and constituencies.
Aljunied GRC • East Coast GRC • Hougang SMC • Marine Parade GRC • Punggol West SMC • Sengkang GRC