Not much time left before Cooling-Off Day

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

Election frenzy is coming to an end as Polling Day is fast approaching, and all parties are wasting no time.

Here’s what they’re up to today:

People’s Action Party

Lee Hsien Loong giving his speech at the lunchtime rally earlier today (8 Sep):

At last night’s (7 Sep) rally, Ong Ye Kung spoke as a voter instead of a candidate. He shared what he wanted his government to be.

LHL has been busy canvassing for votes in Teck Ghee. We also spot the woman behind the man: Ho Ching. Previously on Politics in 5 Minutes, we saw Ho Ching taking a picture of her husband like a fangirl, and a sneaky paparazzi shot of a sleeping LHL.


Tin Pei Ling will be holding a rally for MacPherson SMC tomorrow (9 Sep).

Workers’ Party

WP with a picture spam of the campaigning journey so far.

Photo credit: Aloysious Low, Ronald Low, Rick Tan, Kenneth Choo, Low Seow Ling, Megat Ibrahim, Lim Zi Yang, Liane Ng

Posted by The Workers’ Party on Saturday, September 5, 2015

WP further clarifies about the AHPETC saga with regards to what PAP candidate Charles Chong alleged:

Meanwhile, 50-year-old Sylvia Lim, who is older than most of her comrades, received some much-needed nourishment from a supporter at a rally:

And Chen Show Mao will be voting for himself. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

Democratic Progressive Party

DPP shared an article about what SPP’s Mountbatten SMC candidate Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss said at the Jeannette for Mountbatten rally on Sunday (6 Sep).

On an unrelated note, they don’t seem to be tech savvy enough to know how Facebook’s share button works.

National Solidarity Party

NSP supported their supporters by “posting their issues” on NSP’s Facebook page.

Here’s one of an outraged resident who was displeased, since PAP did not show up at her house although a notice said they would.

Yesterday (7 Sep), NSP spotted a foreigner distributing PAP election material around Tampines.

While some netizens have claimed that Tempo magazine is merely a Town Council magazine, NSP seems unconvinced. A netizen also commented that the magazine and election material were not distributed together.

NSP will be holding their second rally for Sembawang GRC this evening (8 Aug). We wonder if Kevryn zeh zeh will cry again tonight? 🙁

People’s Power Party

In his speech at yesterday’s rally (7 Sep), Goh Meng Seng challenged Gan Kim Yong to a debate regarding Singapore’s healthcare.

FYI, Gan did not show up.

2011 Presidential Election candidate Tan Kin Lian also endorsed PPP. Try not to get distracted by his excessive blinking:

Here’s a behind the scenes footage of a PPP supporter being interviewed at a rally:

Reform Party

KJ on reasons to vote for RP:

An auntie gave Roy Ngerng a pat on the shoulder. #ReturnOurCPF

RP launched their manifesto yesterday (7 Sep) with attractive proposals such as reducing National Service to a year and introducing a minimum wage, prompting PAP candidates to question how RP will pay for these.

Gilbert Goh observed this:

Singapore Democratic Alliance

By now, many would have known that Desmond Lim isn’t exactly a strong speaker.

But he is not daunted. Desmond Lim shared on why he can’t speak well:

Enough is enough! A Singaporean tak boleh tahan Singapore’s CPF, ERP, and housing. Guess who comes to his rescue?

Singapore Democratic Party

At PAP’s lunchtime rally today, a carrot was spotted in the crowd. Cute.

CSJ speaking to the crowd at last night’s (7 Sep) rally:

SDP also listed out the 10 things SDP will fight for:

Singaporeans First

SingFirst will be having their final rally tomorrow (9 Sep):

They are also appealing for Polling and Counting Agents:

Singapore People’s Party

Ravi Philemon will be holding a mobile rally this evening (8 Sep), as the police only released one rally site for Hong Kah North in Bukit Gombak, which is a distance away from Jurong West.

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