Not much time left for campaigning
4 more days.
Yesterday, we reported about the various political parties’ social media movements here.
Here’s what they’re up to today:
People’s Action Party
First time voters showing their support for the PAP:
This evening, PAP will be having three rallies: one for Sembawang GRC at Woodlands, one for Yuhua SMC at Jurong East Stadium, and one for Holland-Bukit Timah GRC at Commonwealth.
A tech savvy resident used Skype so his wife could meet Lim Hng Kiang:
LHL had a day out at RWS together with Tan Chuan-Jin and Low Yen Ling yesterday (6 Sep):
Tin Pei Ling proves that she is not neglecting residents to spend more time with her baby boy, unlike what NSP’s Cheo Chai Chen alleged:
WP held its East Coast GRC rally at Simei yesterday, and this was what Low Thia Kiang said:
Lee Li Lian delivered the speech for WP’s party political broadcast:
Daniel Goh looking happy with his kopi. He also shared stories of the kindness shown to him this election season.
National Solidarity Party
NSP witnessed a foreigner going around Tampines distributing PAP election material. A netizen, however, left a comment on the post saying that it’s the Town Council newsletter.
NSP isn’t too convinced that it’s a Town Council newsletter though:
On a lighter note, it seems like Kevryn Lim‘s not only got the guys going ga-ga over her, but also won the hearts of XMMs .
Maybe it’s because Kevryn zeh zeh wants to champion single mother issues.
People’s Power Party
PPP will be having a rally at Choa Chu Kang Secondary School this evening (7 Sep). They also talked to Primary Six students about their campaign; never mind if they can’t vote.
Goh Meng Seng shared the reason behind the founding of PPP:
PPP compares Singapore’s socio-economic climate to a Milo recipe. Indeed, Singaporeans love their Milo so much, we’d all be outraged.
No other person better than Roy Ngerng to champion this. #ReturnOurCPF
RP also unveiled their 12-page manifesto this morning (7 Sep) at a coffeeshop. Thankfully for them, they weren’t chased out of the coffeeshop.
Singapore Democratic Alliance
SDA’s Arthero Lim singing-protesting about Population White Paper. If his career as a politician doesn’t work out, he could always sing for a living.
SDA even has its own mascot, Sinpo, who interacts mainly with children. Because y’know, they’ll be able to vote soon. Probably just 2-3 more elections away.
If you’re lacking inspiration for 4D numbers, maybe pay attention to SDA’s campaign lorry number plates.
Singapore Democratic Party
SDP has come up with a Town Council management plan:
This was the speech he delivered:
Tan Peng Ann on why he joined SingFirst:
The behind the scenes of SingFirst’s rally. An ah gong was spotted taking a selfie with Ang Yong Guan:
Singapore People’s Party
SPP will be having their Potong Pasir rally tomorrow night (8 Sep):
At SPP’s rally yesterday evening (6 Sep):
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