All parties are campaigning in full force

Day 3 of campaigning; only 8 more days to Polling Day.

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

And today, what could the parties be up to, apart from campaigning?

MustShareNews finds out:

People’s Action Party

PAP with a round-up of what was said in yesterday’s (2 Sep) rally, which we also covered here.

In fast motion, PAP showed us what they were up to this morning (3 Sep) at Ang Mo Kio MRT.

Rallies started yesterday (2 Sep), with PAP holding theirs at Tanjong Pagar. Here’s a snippet of Lee Hsien Loong’s speech:

Ng Eng Hen uploaded a clip of him singing a duet of Teresa Teng’s The Moon Represents My Heart with Cantopop singer Frances Yip, at the Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC Musical Concert which took place on 29 and 30 August.

From his Facebook post, it seems like the politician would very much prefer making speeches to singing.

Last night (2 Sep), Tan Chuan-Jin was at a 7th Moon dinner at Lengkong Tiga.

This morning (3 Sep), he posted a video of the team working to put the election posters together in a short quick clip, which was really short and quick.

Tin may be in her confinement period, but she has busy running around meeting residents:

Workers’ Party

Plagued by the AHPETC saga, WP posted this:

This morning, Low Thia Kiang joined in the campaigning with the East Coast Team:

What did Sylvia Lim do after yesterday’s rally?

Pritam Singh shared photos of WP’s rally goers picking up after themselves yesterday (2 Sep):

Daniel Goh with a funny anecdote on how the men in white asked his father to vote for PAP:

Democratic Progressive Party

SPP-DPP launched their manifesto:

National Solidarity Party

NSP was on a walkabout at Sembawang earlier today:

Rallies may have begun yesterday (2 Sep), but NSP intends to hold their first rally tomorrow (4 Sep) if they manage to secure a location today.

NSP has finally come up with their manifesto — merely six pages (or powerpoint slides) long, a stark contrast from PAP’s 88-page and WP’s 48-page manifestos.

Unsurprisingly, NSP’s promotional material is plastered with Kevryn Lim‘s face:

Yes, even on a fan:

People’s Power Party

PPP will be having their first rally tomorrow (4 Sep):

PPP was on a walkabout at Bukit Gombak today and shared what two residents told them:

The PPP comprising of Goh Meng Seng, Syafarin Sarif, Lee Tze Shih, and Low Wai Choo were nominated for Choa Chu Kang GRC against PAP. Here’s more about the individuals:

Reform Party

Tomorrow (4 Sep), RP will be having their opening rally:

RP shared a post on the hygiene standard of West Coast GRC:

KJ gave MSM an English lesson over Facebook. MSM appears to have corrected their mistake:

While Gilbert Goh promises anonymity should you send him pictures as such:

Singapore Democratic Alliance

SDA repeatedly harps on Population White Paper, an issue reflected on their election posters.

Singapore Democratic Party

SDP will be having their opening rally tonight:

SDP also put together a five-minute campaigning video of them interacting with residents:

Paul Tambyah was interviewed by Yahoo to speak about himself, SDP, and politics.

Singaporeans First

SingFirst will be having their rally this evening at 7pm, and will even be having a sign language interpreter:

 

SingFirst seems to be in full force, even having their own “Ghostbuster mobile”…

…and SingFirst souvenirs such as umbrellas, folding fans, and canvas bags. We’re sure the aunties would be very happy.

Singapore People’s Party

Jeannette Chong shared a montage of what happened on Nomination Day (1 Sep).

 

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