S'pore GE updates, June 23: Polling Day on July 10, Nomination Day will be June 30

Dear ST reader,

Singaporeans will go to the polls on July 10. The widely anticipated announcement on the date came as President Halimah Yacob dissolved Parliament and issued the Writ of Election. Read more about it here.

In a televised speech to the nation, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong explained why he has decided to call the GE now. Here's a recap.

Yet to find out which constituency you will be in? You can check here.

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Singaporeans will go to the polls on July 10

Nomination Day will be on Tuesday, June 30. 


PM Lee calls for general election, says he decided to 'clear the decks', give new government fresh mandate

In a televised address, Mr Lee set out why he has advised President Halimah Yacob to dissolve Parliament and issue the Writ of Election. Watch it here.


Campaign going online may shape poll practices in the future

Covid-19 has accelerated the shift towards more use of digital technologies in mere months, note experts.


Workers' Party said to be eyeing four GRCs and Hougang single seat

Its slate of 20 candidates will likely sport fewer new faces compared with its last outing at the polls.


Have you checked which constituency you will be in?

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New safety measures for S'pore GE: What voters need to know

All voters will have temperatures taken at the start of the queue at polling stations. And, don't forget to wear a mask.


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