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  • RT @singapolitics: Mr Sitoh's slogan in full, reads: 1Vision working 2Gether to unite the community and better the lives of 3Generations #G
  • RT @singapolitics: Potong Pasir MP Sitoh Yih Pin launched his manifesto for the coming polls: 1Vision 2Gether 3Generations #GE2015 t…
  • RT @singapolitics: #GE2015: AHPETC bottomline not affected by $3.5m claims from FMSS, says WP chairman Sylvia Lim. t.co/8WMpciJCNk
  • RT @singapolitics: JCA: I have a specific plan to make Mountbatten a home for the heart and not just a place to stay. #GE2015
  • RT @singapolitics: JCA: And to make Mountbatten a place where the better off will be able to help those who are not so well off. #GE2015
  • RT @singapolitics: JCA: Mountbatten has a wide demography, I want to demonstrate how Singaporeans can work as a community. #GE2015 t…
  • RT @singapolitics: JCA: To help them make the transition between ITE and polytechnic, or between polytechnic and university. #GE2015
  • RT @singapolitics: JCA: We have been alerted to a social divide, and current levels of mobility are insufficient: I want to do something ab…
  • RT @singapolitics: JCA: But the MP is not just an estate manager but has an important role to play in Parliament. #GE2015
  • RT @singapolitics: #GE2015: Application for post-election vehicle procession permits will open on Sept 1 t.co/KLejOcBHoe
The three candidates introduced are medical social worker Frieda Chan, 39; funeral services company executive Bernard Chen, 29; and research and consultancy firm CEO Leon Perera, 44.

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With Polling Day confirmed as Sept 11 and a daily feed of candidate introductions, the questions of the day have shifted from pre-election details to electoral prospects.