You can only vote if you have registered as an overseas elector previously.
Candidates and their counting agents can inspect the boxes to ensure that they are still intact and the seal untampered.
The day before Polling Day is known as Cooling-Off Day.
Unfortunately, the answer is NO.
Yes, you can still vote.
Those living overseas may apply to vote at any of the 10 designated overseas polling stations.
You are eligible to vote if you are a Singapore citizen aged 21 and above, and if your name is in the register of electors.
Under Singapore’s election law, voting must be done in person and a person’s vote must be secret.
Yes. Voting is compulsory and having to work should not compromise your ability to cast your vote.
Your vote is still secret – the serial number exists solely to protect the integrity of the vote.