GE2020: The Roar of the Swing Voter

During the campaigning period, both sides sought to portray an extreme scenario of what would happen if voters did not vote for them. The Peoples’ Action Party (PAP) warned that Singaporeans that their political opponents “might eventually replace the government after July 10”. Meanwhile, the Worker’s Party (WP) stated that “there was a real risk of a wipeout of elected opposition MPs at the July … Continue reading GE2020: The Roar of the Swing Voter

GE2020: The State of Play

You will be forgiven for initially assuming that GE2020 would be a boring affair given the Covid-19 pandemic. However, many events have happened that bear closer inspection ahead of us heading to the polls this Friday. Here is my take on many of the myriad issues in play for this election: The Televised Debate Jamus won the debate, there’s no question about it. With his … Continue reading GE2020: The State of Play