A Vote for Change (Singapore)
– Inconvenient Questions: Close calls on the cards
– The Middle Ground: The game is on
– TOC: PAP candidate’s clenched fist gesture offends and is criticised
– Dollars and Sense: Winners And Losers Of Nomination Day
– Yawning Bread: How Bukit Batok came to have three corners
– Akikonomu: Nomination day observations
– Rise of The Strawberry Nation: Conversations inside Kong Hwa School – Nomination Day
– Blogging for Myself: Ng Eng Hen: “Even if you jeer against us, we will improve your lives”
– Mr Brown: Wait, vote for WHO?!
– WonderPeace: Chinese and English broadcast of ‘Your Vote Matters’
– My Singapore News: Listening to the ministers is so frightening
– Singapore Notes: Painted Target On His Back
– Anyhow Hantam: GE 2015: 30 PR Tips for Candidates – What to Do and Say
– Singapore Recalcitrant: Cliffhanger GE 2015
– Six-six: Ringside Seats
– Javert’s World: All is set now!
– Musings From the Lion City: All Seats Are In Contest
– Transitional Eternity: With you, for you, for Singapore. PAP cares….
– Reflections on SG: PAP Nomads, Quitters, Stayers and Over-Stayers
– MaskedCrusader: PAP Top Echelon Reads The Online Citizen?
– A Singaporean says: Even the perfect needs help
– 否极泰来 Piji Tailai: PAP should HONESTLY come clean about Changes take place before or after 2011.
– Think For Me, Singapore: Blurred lines
– Servaltude: The Rile-Up (Issue 1)
– # Alpha Male Syndrome: I am your Lao Peh.
– Singapore’s Dirty Politics: Did Kahar Hassan do something naughty for the PAP to turn their backs on him?
– Blinkymummy: The Difference between how the Privileged and Unprivileged Participate in Politics
– Yoursfaithfullysg: Tan Jee Say style Coalition Government
– The Nanyang Chronicle: Rocking the first-time vote
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Why I won’t be voting for the PAP
– Singapore Lighthouse: Nomination Day for GE 2015 – Vote for Oppositions! For for Your Own Future!
– Likedatosocanmeh: Ang Mo Kio GRC has loser line-up of PAP candidates, PAP may fall
Singaporeans are NOT Xenophobic
– Speaking My Mind: Singapore for Singaporeans (The Great Divide)
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