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MyQueenstown Votes #7 - Surprises at Nomination Day!

By my queenstown on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 with 1 comment

Queenstown residents can expect a brand new candidate put forth by the ruling party tomorrow. At 10pm last night, MyQueenstown Team understood that the current community leader, Baey Yam Keng, will be leaving Queeenstown to campaign in Tampines GRC according to reliable sources within Queenstown. It is confirmed that he will be replacing another candidate who had pulled out of the election campaign. The new candidate, Dr Chia Shi Lu, has not been introduced to the mainstream media so far.

Being a new candidate, older residents in Queenstown may have to spend a little while to acclimatise to his or her new ideas and practices if he is elected unopposed. Grassroots activists and business associations in Queenstown have collectively expressed their disappointment over the sudden and "last minute" decision, believing that residents should be given a longer period of time to understand and scrutinise the candidate. 

Meanwhile, supporters from the opposition camp is mulling over a bid in Tanjong Pagar GRC. MyQueenstown Team is informed that an opposition team wearing yellow is trying to raise the required sum to contest in the election later. Another veteran opposition team led by Ng Teck Siong is soliciting funds online to contest in the election. Sources have indicated that he has successfully raised the amount required for the election last night. However, he missed the deadline for nomination and was disqualified.

At 12.45pm, it was confirmed that Tanjong Pagar GRC and Queenstown is a walkover.

MyQueenstown Team
27th April 2011 at 2am, 7am and 1pm

Category: Elections , News in the Dump , recent



Anonymous said...
April 27, 2011 at 2:10 AM

So who pulled out in Tampines GRC?

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