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Next Elections Thread 2019/20/21

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This will be the offical Elections thread with the opening of the register

 

https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/registers-electors-ready-public-inspection-feb-26-march-11?fbclid=IwAR35b5zOAEzNcms43KklYO-BGZwc1hJZLFtBO1xWCVHPeFEhhjuIwP4CEiQ

 

 

SINGAPORE — The registers of electors will be open for public inspection from Feb 26 to March 11, the elections department said on Monday (Feb 25).

Singaporean citizens who are at least 21 years old as of Feb 1, and who are not disqualified as an elector under any law, will be allowed to vote. They must also have a Singapore residential address on their National Registration Identity Card (NRIC) as of Feb 1.

 
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Singaporeans can check their particulars:

They should have their NRIC or passport with them.

Those who wish to check their particulars in the registers at community centres or clubs can only do so from 6pm to 9pm on weekdays and 3pm to 7pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

During the inspection period, a person can submit requests to include or remove his or her name or to update his or her particulars in the registers.

Persons whose names were removed from the register for failing to vote in a past election may apply to have their names restored to be able to vote in future elections.

REGISTERING TO VOTE OVERSEAS 

Overseas Singaporeans who have changed their NRIC address to an overseas address must also have a Singapore residential address registered with the Immigrations & Checkpoint Authority (ICA) as of Feb 1 to qualify to vote.

Overseas Singaporeans whose names are listed in the Registers of Electors, and have resided in Singapore for an aggregate of at least 30 days during the past three years, may apply to register as overseas electors in order to vote at designated overseas polling stations.

Registration and checking of particulars can be done at Singapore overseas missions that serve as overseas registration centres. Those registering must have their NRIC or passport.

Singaporeans who registered as overseas electors in previous elections will have to register again.

Registration as an overseas elector is open year-round, but overseas Singaporeans are encouraged to register early.

Overseas Singaporeans who wish to vote in the upcoming elections must register as an overseas elector by the end of the second day after the writ for an election is issued.

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wah ... really this year ar?

i find it too early leh

at least 2020 ...

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2019 .......... election year?

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dunno man...but with the opening of the register, within the year

 

I say after NDP rally, with the goodies being dished out

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cum bicentennial celebrations ... huat ah!

 

dunno man...but with the opening of the register, within the year

 

I say after NDP rally, with the goodies being dished out

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i read somewhere something like all MPs are given until April 2020 to finish visiting all their wards. 

 

So mayb after April 2020?  :huh:

 

And SDP has fired its first shot and starting to get into momentum.  A good indicator? 

 

As much as I do not like CSJ, I have to admit that SDP is really going the right direction and doing many right things. 

 

If he can keep at it and carry on knocking, I got a feeling he may just get his wishes fulfilled sooner than later. 

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Quite a no of my CS pals gone for training aldy 

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Quite a no of my CS pals gone for training aldy 

 

 

the training is valid for one year? 

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Chope 1st page first....

 

Hope this clown dun split the votes..

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In here before it gets overwhelmed and oh CCB PAP  [;)]  [:p]  [laugh] jkjk

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Ngiam thinks Singapore’s leaders are overpaid and it’s not working out.

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anyone wan to form a team ?  :grin: just asking . not me 

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