Rallies are in full swing

7 more days to go.

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

All parties are actively holding rallies, conducting walkabouts and… updating their social media pages.

We stalk the parties and give you the lowdown:

People’s Action Party

Lui Tuck Yew may have stepped down from politics and resigned as Transport Minister, but he is still actively showing support for the PAP in various ways. Just look at dat signboard:

LHL delivered PAP’s first party political broadcast aired on Channel 5 at 11pm yesterday (3 Sep):

LHL also shared photos from their Ang Mo Kio walkabout on their Day 3 of campaigning. Spot the ever supportive Ho Ching taking a photo of her charismatic husband:

Tan Chuan-Jin shared why he does what he does:

Following NSP’s Cheo Chai Chen’s comments that Tin’s new role as a mother is a weakness, Tin took to Facebook to voice her thoughts:

Ng Eng Hen also shared his two cents on mothers:

Workers’ Party

Looks like the AHPETC saga isn’t gonna die down anytime soon — Low Thia Kiang responded to questions about AHPETC this morning (4 Sep):

Daniel Goh’s segment on the party political broadcast yesterday (3 Sep):

At WP’s rally yesterday (3 Sep), Pritam Singh spoke in Mandarin and Malay:

Daniel Goh shared the story behind this photo of him on an escalator. He also gave some clues about how he’s commuting to Yishun Stadium tonight, so try your luck if you want to bump into Daniel Goh and follow him to the rally 😉

In the meantime, the WP team went to Fengshan hawker centre to refuel themselves. Sylvia Lim does not appear to be eating orh luak — we wonder how that plate of char kway teow (?) fares in comparison to orh luak?

Democratic Progressive Party

DPP has launched their eight-point manifesto, covering issues of employment, public transport, CPF, housing, town council management and more.

National Solidarity Party

NSP’s Lim Tean impressed with his speech on the party political broadcast…

…so much that the NSP website crashed due to the volume of use, after the broadcast.

Fellow mother Kevryn Lim had something to say, following party member Cheo Chai Chen’s comments about PAP’s Tin:

People’s Power Party

PPP is recruiting polling and counting agents for the big P Day:

They will also be holding their opening rally tonight (4 Sep):

Reform Party

Kenneth Jeyaretnam giving his speech during the party political broadcast:

Gilbert Goh certainly knows how to sensationalise:

He also enjoys posting pictures as such:

Singapore Democratic Alliance

SDA will be holding their first rally this evening at 7pm at Pasir Ris Park carpark C:

SDA’s party political broadcast was made by Harminder Pal Singh yesterday (3 Sep):

Singapore Democratic Party

Legal or not?

CSJ holding his first rally in 15 years yesterday night (3 Sep):

Dr Chee Soon Juan’s speech at last night’s rally at the Choa Chu Kang stadium. Join us tonight for our 2nd rally (4 Sep)…

Posted by Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) on Thursday, September 3, 2015

Paul Tambyah also crossed paths with former presidential candidate Tan Cheng Bock at the rally:

CSJ’s party political broadcast was aired last night:

Dr Chee Soon Juan from Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) delivered the party’s political broadcast for #GE2015. http://sgvotes.sg

Posted by Channel NewsAsia Singapore on Thursday, September 3, 2015

Singaporeans First

If you haven’t heard the SingFirst cheer, here it is. Kinda reminded us of our primary school cheer days hmm…

This was the turnout for SingFirst’s first rally last night (3 Sep). We also spot an auntie in a PPP polo tee.

Ang Yong Guan giving his speech at the rally:

Singapore People’s Party

The SPP-DPP Bishan Toa-Payoh team will be holding their rally tonight (4 Sep):

They’ll also be having another one tomorrow:

Lina Chiam’s party political broadcast was aired last night (4 Sep):

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