Just two more days to Nomination Day…

and 12 to Polling Day. Time is of the essence.

Yesterday, we found out that PAP and WP launched their manifestos; NSP’s party member’s offices were broken into; SDP unveiled their last three candidates here.

And if you think things can’t get any juicier, you’re wrong. Here’s what they’re up to today:

People’s Action Party

In an interview with The New Paper, Tan Chuan-Jin shares more about himself:

Meet the Tanjong Pagar volunteers, who were responsible for putting up posters.

Yesterday (29 Aug), WP launched their mobile app. Of course, PAP also had to keep up with the competition. Who did it better?

This morning (30 Aug), LHL visited markets in Ang Mo Kio GRC — Cheng San-Seletar, Ang Mo Kio and Punggol South.

Visited markets in Punggol South, Cheng San-Seletar, and Ang Mo Kio Central this morning. Punggol South is a new area…

Posted by Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday, August 30, 2015

The Home Improvement Programme was launched in Teck Ghee yesterday (29 Aug). Of course, LHL can’t resist taking selfies.

The Home Improvement Programme (HIP) is one of the ways we make life better for HDB residents. Launched the HIP for…

Posted by Lee Hsien Loong on Saturday, August 29, 2015

Yesterday morning (29 Aug), Tin Pei Ling spoke at the PAP Rally:

Workers’ Party

Yesterday (29 Aug), MND accused FMSS of gross profiteering, which Sylvia Lim labelled as “careless accusations”. Tomorrow (31 Aug), they will be filing the latest AHPETC Annual Report.

In the launch of WP’s manifesto yesterday (29 Aug), Low Thia Kiang and Sylvia Lim were noticeably absent. To that, Sylvia Lim had this to say:

WP also unveiled their fourth batch of candidates today (30 Aug).

In an interview with Zaobao, Daniel Goh clarified that they do not view PAP as enemies and that “politics is not only about winning or losing”.

LTK and Sylvia Lim were not present during the launch of WP’s manifesto. Where could they be?

Democratic Progressive Party

Longest-serving opposition Member of Parliament Chiam See Tong will not be running in this election, but expect to see him at rallies and offering behind-the-scenes support.

This morning (30 Aug), SPP-DPP announced their five-man team for Bishan Toa-Payoh GRC.

National Solidarity Party

Good Morning NSP!!! Seems like NSP finally woke up from their deep slumber, and were “rocking Sembawang and Woodlands” this morning.

NSP’s Kevryn Lim also attended a fundraising dinner following SPP’s Jeanette Chong’s invitation.

People’s Power Party

PPP encourages supporters to change their profile picture to #VFC.

Reform Party

RP’s Osman Sulaiman shared that they were told to go away while filling up some forms at a coffeeshop in Ang Mo Kio. Just two days ago (28 Aug), RP also faced difficulties in their unveiling as they were turned away from not one, but two coffeeshops.

They were also seemingly rather displeased about Teck Ghee’s $38.3m overhaul.

RP’s Gilbert Goh shares a photo of him with his greatest supporter.

Singapore Democratic Alliance

SDA is looking for people to join them:

Singapore Democratic Party

SDP was on a walkabout this morning (30 Aug):

CSJ on why he involves his children in political work:

And SDP has a proposal on how to lower our ministerial salaries.

Singaporeans First

The “centre party” claims to place “the heart at the centre of whatever (they) do”.

They were also on a walkabout this morning (30 Aug).

Singapore People’s Party

SPP’s Ravi Philemon with a photo depicting 3 generations of support for Hong Kah North.

Not too sure if he can be counted. Or the child.

He also sent his wishes to the Bishan-Toa Payoh team.

Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss wants to be “your tireless MP in Mountbatten”. #dedication

And look who met NSP’s resident hottie Kevryn Lim?



With the election nearing, it seems that most parties are becoming more active, and NSP has finally come out of their hibernation. What could they be up to tomorrow? Stay tuned to find out!


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