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Bukit Batok SMC

People’s Action Party: David Ong — 72.99% (18,204 votes)
Singapore Democratic Party: Sadasivam Veriyah — 26.40% (6,585 votes)
Independent: Samir Salim Neji — 0.60% (150 votes)

Bukit Panjang SMC

People’s Action Party: Teo Ho Pin — 68.38% (21,935 votes)
Singapore Democratic Party: Khung Wai Yeen — 31.62% (10,143 votes)

Fengshan SMC

People’s Action Party: Cheryl Chan — 57.52% (12,398 votes)
Worker’s Party: Dennis Tan Lip Fong — 42.48% (9,158 votes)

Hong Kah North SMC

People’s Action Party: Amy Khor — 74.76% (19,612 votes)
Singapore People’s Party: Ravi Philemon — 25.24% (6,621 votes)

Hougang SMC

Worker’s Party: Png Eng Huat — 57.69% (13,012 votes)
People’s Action Party: Lee Hong Chuang — 42.31% (9,543 votes)

MacPherson SMC

People’s Action Party: Tin Pei Ling — 65.68% (17,227 votes)
Worker’s Party: Bernard Chen Jiaxi — 33.60% (8,836 votes)
National Solidarity Party: Cheo Chai Chen — 0.82% (250 votes)

Mountbatten SMC

People’s Action Party: Lim Biow Chuan — 71.84% (15,290 votes)
Singapore People’s Party: Jeanette Chong-Aruldoss — 28.16% (5,992 votes)

Pioneer SMC

People’s Action Party: Cedric Foo — 76.34% (17,994 votes)
National Solidarity Party: Elvin Ong — 23.66% (5,578 votes)

Potong Pasir SMC

People’s Action Party: Sitoh Yih Pin — 66.41% (10,581 votes)
Singapore People’s Party: Lina Chiam — 33.59% (5,353 votes)

Punggol East SMC

People’s Action Party: Charles Chong — 51.76% (16,957 votes)
Worker’s Party: Lee Li Lian — 48.24% (15,801 votes)

Radin Mas SMC

People’s Action Party: Sam Tan — 77.25% (20,230 votes)
Reform Party: Kumar Appavoo — 12.71% (3,329 votes)
Independent: Han Hui Hui — 10.04% (2,629 votes)

Sengkang West SMC

People’s Action Party: Lam Pin Min — 62.11% (17,564 votes)
Worker’s Party: Koh Choong Yong — 37.89% (10,716 votes)

Yuhua SMC

People’s Action Party: Grace Fu — 73.54% (15,298 votes)
Singapore Democratic Party: Jaslyn Go — 26.46% (5,505 votes)

Choa Chu Kang GRC (4 seats)

People’s Action Party: Gan Kim Yong, Low Yen Ling, Zaqy Mohamad, Yee Chia Hsing — 76.89% (84,731 votes)
People’s Power Party: Goh Meng Seng, Syafarin Sarif, Lee Tze Shih, Low Wai Choo — 23.11% (25,460 votes)

East Coast GRC (4 seats)

People’s Action Party: Lim Swee Say, Lee Yi Shyan, Mohamad Maliki Osman, Jessica Tan — 60.73% (54,981 votes)
Worker’s Party: Gerald Giam Yean Song, Daniel Goh Pei Siong, Mohamed Fairoz Shariff, Leon Perera — 39.27% (35,547 votes)

Holland-Bukit Timah GRC (4 seats)

People’s Action Party: Vivian Balakrishnan, Christopher de Souza, Liang Eng Hwa, Sim Ann — 66.62% (62,630 votes)
Singapore Democratic Party: Chee Soon Juan, Paul Tambyah, Chong Wai Fung, Sidek Mallek — 33.38% (31,380 votes)

Jalan Besar GRC (4 seats)

People’s Action Party: Yaacob Ibrahim, Heng Chee How, Denise Phua and Lily Neo — 67.73% (63,561 votes)
Worker’s Party: L Somasundaram, Frieda Chan Sio Phing, Redzwan Hafidz Abdul Razak, Adrian Sim Tian Hock — 32.27% (30,283 votes)

Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC (4 seats)

People’s Action Party: Lawrence Wong, Alex Yam, Halimah Yacob, Ong Teng Koon — 68.73% (68,485 votes)
Singapore Democratic Party: John Tan, Bryan Lim Boon Heng, Damanhuri Abas, Wong Souk Yee — 31.27% (31,157 votes)

West Coast GRC (4 seats)

People’s Action Party: S Iswaran, Lim Hng Kiang, Patrick Tay, Foo Mee Har — 78.57% (71,091 votes)
Reform Party: Kenneth Jeyaretnam, Andy Zhu, Darren Soh, Noraini Yunus — 21.43% (19,392 votes)

Aljunied GRC (5 seats)

Worker’s Party: Low Thia Khiang, Sylvia Lim Swee Lian, Chen Show Mao, Pritam Singh, Muhamad Faisal Abdul Manap — 50.95% (69,929 votes)
People’s Action Party: Yeo Guat Kwang, Chua Eng Leong, Victor Lye, K Muralidharan Pillai, Shamsul Kamar — 49.05% (67,317 votes)

Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC (5 seats)

People’s Action Party: Ng Eng Hen, Josephine Teo, Saktiandi Supaat, Chee Hong Tat, Chong Kee Hiong — 73.59% (86,514 votes)
Singapore People’s Party/Democratic Progressive Party: Benjamin Pwee, Bryan Long, Hamim Aliyas, Abdillah Zamzuri, Law Kim Hwee — 26.41% (31,049 votes)

Jurong GRC (5 seats)

People’s Action Party: Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Ang Wei Neng, Desmond Lee, Rahayu Mahzam, Tan Wu Meng — 79.28% (95,080 votes)
Singaporeans First: David Foo, Tan Peng Ann, Wong Soon Hong, Wong Chee Wai, Sukdeu Singh — 20.72% (24,858 votes)

Marine Parade GRC (5 seats)

People’s Action Party: Goh Chok Tong, Tan Chuan-Jin, Fatimah Lateef, Seah Kian Peng, Edwin Tong — 64.07% (84,939 votes)
Worker’s Party: Yee Jenn Jong, He Ting Ru, Terence Tan Li-Chern, Dylan Ng Foo Eng, Firuz Khan — 35.93% (47,629 votes)

Nee Soon GRC (5 seats)

People’s Action Party: K Shanmugam, Louis Ng, Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, Lee Bee Wah, Henry Kwek — 66.83% (82,197 votes)
Worker’s Party: Luke Koh Tiong Yee, Ron Tan Jun Yen, (Kenneth) Foo Seck Guan, Cheryl Loh Xiu Wen, Gurmit Singh — 33.17% (40,796 votes)

Sembawang GRC (5 seats)

People’s Action Party : Khaw Boon Wan, Amrin Amin, Ong Ye Kung, Vikram Nair, Lim Wee Kiak — 72.28% (96,639 votes)
National Solidarity Party: Spencer Ng, Kevryn Lim, Abdul Rasheed, Eugene Yeo, Yadzeth Haris — 27.72% (37,067 votes)

Tampines GRC (5 seats)

People’s Action Party: Heng Swee Keat, Masagos Zulkifli, Baey Yam Keng, Desmond Choo, Cheng Li Hui — 72.06% (95,202 votes)
National Solidarity Party: Lim Tean, Sebastian Teo, Nor Leila Mardiiiah, Reno Fong, Choong Hon Heng — 27.94% (36,920 votes)

Tanjong Pagar (5 seats)

People’s Action Party: Chan Chun Sing, Indranee Rajah, Joan Pereira, Melvin Yong, Dr Chia Shi-Lu — 77.7% (90,448 votes)
Singaporeans First: Tan Jee Say, Ang Yong Guan, Chirag Desai, Melvyn Chiu, Fahmi Rais — 22.3% (25,943 votes)

Ang Mo Kio GRC (6 seats)

People’s Action Party: Lee Hsien Loong, Intan Mokhtar, Koh Poh Koon, Gan Thian Poh, Ang Hin Kee, Darryl David — 78.6% (135,115 votes)
Reform Party: M Ravi, Osman Sulaiman, Roy Ngerng, Gilbert Goh, Jesse Loo, Siva Chandran — 21.4% (36,711 votes)

Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC (6 seats)

People’s Action Party: Teo Chee Hean, Teo Ser Luck, Zainal Sapari, Janil Puthucheary, Ng Chee Meng, Sun Xueling — 72.89% (125,021 votes)
Singapore Democratic Alliance: Desmond Lim, Arthero Lim, Harminder Pal Singh, Ong Teik Seng, Sunny Wong Way Weng, Abu Mohamed — 27.11% (46,508 votes)

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