A Vote for Change (Singapore)
– The Middle Ground: Definitely NOT anti-foreigner. Serious.
– Gintai_昇泰: My reflections on GE 2015
– Yawning Bread: The choice between ‘Wear White’ and those dressed in white
– Five Stars and a Moon: Moms are Working up a Rage…
– Everything Also Complain: NSP candidate joking about Tin Peiling’s weakness as mother
– Mr. Brown: How to score own goal during elections
– New Nation: GE2015 voters: Being a dick is generally a weakness
– TOC: PAP candidate at getai during election?
– A collection of thoughts: PAP MP Er Lee Bee Wah draws flak over Facebook post
– Air-Conditioned Nation: Voters
– Majulah!: GE2015: What are you really voting for?
– Singapore 2B: Rallies? Really? Bringing Elections up to date.
– Anyhow Hantam: Potong Pasir Voters – This is your Last Chance as an SMC
– Senang Diri: Cut the defence budget? Freedom is not free.
– TR Emeritus: PAP IBs create fake SingFirst FB page to attack WP!
– Kennethism: The Workers’ Party slogan for #GE2015
– Growing your tree of prosperity: Before you vote on Sep 11 : How to make your own minimum wage and unemployment insurance.
– Singapore Notes: Minimum Wage
– Offbeat Perspectives: The Oppositions &Their Weak Strategies
– Seksi Matashutyrmouf: Things to think about for GE 2015
– The Honey Marquise: My thoughts
– Zit Seng’s Blog: Singapore Votes 2015
– My Singapore News: How real is the ground shift?
– Limpeh Is Foreign Talent: Limpeh’s thoughts on the GE2015 election thus far
– Alvinology: GE2015: Humanising Dr Chee Soon Juan
– Javert’s World: The man PAP feared
– nofearSingapore: PAP and MSM no longer on the same page? MSM loosens shackles? #ge2015 #sgpolitics
– 否极泰来 Piji Tailai: Two Potential PE 2016 Candidates Found
– S M Ong: Lui Tuck Yew’s new job: PAP mascot
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Ah Loong that popular meh?
– Thoughts of real Singaporeans: Tuck Yew Diaries – Election Day 3
PAP vs AHPETC: GE2015
– The Middle Ground: After a day of slanging over AHPETC, the night is calm
– Fresh Grads: The More The Merrier?
– Guanyinmiao’s Musings: Diverse Singapore Conversations
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