Time is ticking…

Yesterday, we reported about the various political parties’ social media movements here.

Campaigning has begun — what could the parties be up to?

People’s Action Party

PAP will be having its first rally tonight:

Tin Pei Ling may have just given birth, but the MacPherson SMC nominee sure is eager to get back to work. #dedication

Campaigning has commenced, with the Ang Mo Kio GRC team in full force putting up campaign posters and interacting with residents.

LHL while prepping for his Party Political Broadcast recording at MediaCorp.

Ng Eng Hen on what GE means:

Feline lover Tan Chuan-Jin posted a photo of his resident. Meow.

But of course, that’s not his only resident. Patriotic TCJ put on a pair of red and white running shoes to help him run in between units as it “helps to not let residents wait too long”.

Workers’ Party

WP shared an album of what happened on Nomination Day yesterday (1 Sep).

On Singapore Votes 2015 aired last night (1 Sep) on Channel NewsAsia, WP’s Leon Perera said “More could be done to keep incomes growing and to give citizens more security in their retirement”.

Daniel Goh on his morning routine for GE:

Democratic Progressive Party

DPP uploaded Bishan-Toa Payoh candidate Law Kim Hoe’s speech.

Law was nominated along with Benjamin Pwee, Bryan Long, Hamim Aliyas, Abdillah Zamzuri against PAP’s Ng Eng Hen, Josephine Teo, Saktiandi Supaat, Chee Hong Tat, Chong Kee Hiong.

National Solidarity Party

NSP’s new acting Secretary-General Lim Tean on how the slew of events over the past weeks has made NSP stronger:

On yesterday’s live TV forum, Lim Tean posed the question “What is your answer to those Singaporeans who have been displaced by foreigners? You say that the PAP have been putting in safeguards, what is your answer to these people?”

PAP’s Denise Phua was caught off-guard.

NSP shared why they had to enter a 3-corner fight in MacPherson, a decision that resulted in former Secretary-General Hazel Poa to resign.

Kevryn Lim on the advantages and disadvantages of her being fielded as a candidate for Sembawang GRC.

People’s Power Party

PPP will not be doing a party political broadcast, but will be having rallies in Choa Chu Kang.

Goh Meng Seng on his party’s campaign trail:

PPP also revealed their Choa Chu Kang team, finally unveiling the suspense.

Reform Party

The RP team of Kenneth Jeyaretnam, Andy Zhu, Darren Soh, and Noraini Yunus were nominated for West Coast GRC against PAP. Here’s more about the individuals:

The team will be having a walkabout this evening:

KJ was also on the Singapore Votes 2015 forum last night (1 Sep) and this was what he had to say:

Gilbert Goh and his account on what happened at Raffles Institution yesterday (1 Sep):

Singapore Democratic Alliance

Desmond Lim canvassing for votes online:

Singapore Democratic Party

On CNA yesterday night (1 Sep),  Lawrence Wong brought up an incident that took place in 1996, of how CSJ was “charged for lying, for misleading the public and also found later to be in contempt of parliament” because he “made a written and oral representation to a select committee in parliament and eventually the committee found out that the data presented was false”.

SDP also shared 10 things they will fight for — one of it being CPF.

Singaporeans First

SingFirst will be having their rally tomorrow (3 Sep) at Jurong Stadium:

SingFirst with their campaign posters up:

Tan Jee Say in a heated interview:

Singapore People’s Party

Mr and Mrs Chiam at Kong Hwa School yesterday (1 Sep):

Jeanette Chong-Aruldoss delivering a fiery speech on Nomination Day:


You know it’s election season when you see one too many campaigning posters around. Only nine more days to P-Day!

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