GE2020 : It's less than a week until Polling Day, and candidates are kicking off a weekend of campaigning. Follow them on our live blog:
SINGAPORE: It is now less than a week until Polling Day, and candidates are kicking off a weekend of campaigning. This comes after the ...
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In Pictures: Singapore GE2020 candidates on the campaign trail on July 2Candidates from the People's Action Party and the opposition fanned out across the island on walkabouts and door-to-door campaigning to meet residents.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
GE2020: Day 3 on the campaign trailSINGAPORE: Campaigning for the General Election is gaining pace, with candidates again heading out on Thursday (Jul 2) to canvass voters. The ...
GE2020: Day 4 on the campaign trail GE2020 : It's day 4 of hustings, and our reporters are out and about tailing candidates and bringing you the latest from the ground. For live updates:
Singapore GE2020: Nee Soon GRC was never up for 'horse-trading', says PSP to ShanmugamSINGAPORE - There was no 'horse-trading agreement or negotiation' between the Reform Party (RP) and the Progress Singapore Party (PSP), said PSP assistant secretary-general Leong Mun Wai on Thursday (July 2).. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Singapore GE2020: The things you (didn’t know) you need to know about the electionWhat do you do on Polling Day? How do you vote safely amid the Covid-19 outbreak? Get answers to 7 questions about Singapore’s 2020 General Election.
Singapore GE2020: Workers' Party is not PAP-lite, says Pritam SinghSINGAPORE - Workers' Party chief Pritam Singh on Thursday pushed back on the suggestions that the WP is just a lite version of the PAP, calling the claim made by Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan during a televised debate as an electoral ploy.. Read more at straitstimes.com.