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5 things S’poreans must do on Sept. 11 Polling Day

5 things S’poreans must do on Sept. 11 Polling Day

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If you don’t do these things, you might as well be a non-Singaporean.

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Sept. 11, 2015 is Polling Day. Some 2.46 million voters in Singapore will get to cast their ballot.

Here are five things Singaporeans must do on this day:

 

1. Go to JB and eat seafood and pump petrol since it is a public holiday.

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2. Nua at home.

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3. Message your friends to complain you waited for 10 minutes to cast your ballot.

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4. Write a reflective post on Facebook about the importance of voting even when you never knew who your MP was the last four years.

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5. Redeem the cash credits in your PAssion card as it might be the last day it is valid.

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S’poreans react to GE2015 Sept. 11 Polling Day

S’poreans react to GE2015 Sept. 11 Polling Day

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Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.

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Sept. 11, 2015, is Polling Day.

Some 2.46 million voters in Singapore will get to cast their ballot. Out of this number, 245,500 of them are first-time voters.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:

 

sian-half-auntie “I’ve been looking forward to this day since GE2011 to once again pick who I want to rule and ruin my life.”
Zhuo Huang Di, 42-year-old joss stick maker

 

sian-half-uncle “I don’t see how democracy works when I am supposed to choose between two or even three idiots.”
Zhu Tou, 63-year-old butcher

 

happy-bird-girl “The fact that Polling Day can be a public holiday means Singapore can afford an extra off day a year but we’ve not been getting it.”
See Baey Xian, 17-year-old dropout