Monthly Archives: September 2015

Workers’ Party final rally at Bedok Stadium – 9 Sept

Workers’ Party is holding its final rally at Bedok Stadium for the General Election and where voters can hear WP candidates who are contesting in their constituency speak for the last time before polling on this coming Friday to select the best candidate(s) of their choice.

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Your candidate – Frieda Chan

TOC speaks with Frieda Chan who is contesting in Jalan Besar GRC. In this video, Frieda talks about the values of what Members of Parliament (MPs) should possess and how social welfare could be improved by empowering social workers. Frieda Chan, Worker’s Party Candidate for Jalan Besar GRC hopes that her 6 month old son will grow up in a …

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Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss – Why vote for me?

By Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss, SPP Candidate for Mountbatten SMC And so this lap of my journey for Mountbatten’s nearly complete. Today is the last day of campaigning, and tomorrow is cooling off day. It has been physically and mentally-draining but I would do it all over again in a heartbeat. Mountbatten and I go way back. I grew up in Jalan …

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All other rallies of 9 September, #GE2015

We didn’t have enough volunteers to be covering the ground for all the 15 rallies today, so here we’ll be curating social media updates seen from rallies that are not WP, SPP and SDP. PAP 7:00pm Mothership reports that there aren’t that many people in the PAP rally at East Coast yet. #PAPrally for East Coast: cold war analogies heard – …

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“Out of our hands and into yours” – The SDP’s final rally of GE2015

This page has been created to aggregate Facebook updates and content from our reporters at SDP’s rally on 9 September. Keep checking back for updates! 7:09pm The rally in Clementi has yet to begin. A crowd is beginning to gather. 7:15pm Political parties are meant to come up with their own people to be polling and counting agents on Friday. Opposition …

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Your candidate – Redzwan Hafidz

TOC sat down with Redzwan Hafidz, who is contesting in Jalan Besar GRC. In this video, Redzuwan talks about the need to strengthen our lower-income families, and also the difficulties that are faced by PMEs in finding work in Singapore. Redzwan is an Engineer who is a member of both Engineers Australia and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, UK. As …

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Are the PAP’s mini posters in Nee Soon GRC allowed?

A TOC reader sent us this message: “According to this article it is illegal to paste mini election posters, and it doesn’t matter who does it as the law states no one other than the candidates or his/her election agent can put up campaign posters. However in Nee Soon GRC where I live such posters have been put up in public …

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The Art of Voting

By Sonny Liew The fever of the 2011 elections was part of the reason I took up Singapore Citizenship. Before that, I was a Causeway child – a Malaysian dad and a Singaporean mom, sent over here at the age of six for all the complicated reasons parents send their kids from one place to another, traveling back and forth …

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Advice from a certain Mr. Lee

By Nicholas Goh Much has happened in the ongoing general election taking place right now. Much has been talked about, from the return of Dr. Chee Soon Juan to the discrepancies of Minister Lim Swee Say, from the speeches of PM Lee to the appearances of Mr Chiam See Tong. The campaigning by the various parties has been hard and …

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