CANDIDATE eSERVICES






  • CHECK ELECTOR STATUS OF PROPOSER, SECONDER AND ASSENTORS IN THE REGISTERS OF ELECTORS

    Check whether your Proposer, Seconder and Assentors are in the register of electors and which electoral division they belong to.

Please log in using your SingPass to access the following eServices which will be available after the close of nomination proceedings on Nomination Day to the close of poll on Polling Day.


  • SUBMIT ELECTION OFFICE ADDRESS

    Each candidate or his election agent may open one election office per polling district in the electoral division that the candidate is contesting in, but such an office must be outside a radius of 200 metres of any polling station in that electoral division. The address of every such election office must be registered with the Returning Officer by the candidate or his election agent before Polling Day.

  • SUBMIT LIST OF PERSONS AUTHORISED TO CONDUCT ELECTION ACTIVITY

    Candidates and election agents must issue written authorisation on or after Nomination Day for persons to conduct election activity. The list of authorised persons must be submitted to the Returning Officer, who shall on receipt forward a copy of those particulars to the Commissioner of Police.

  • SUBMIT DECLARATION OF ELECTION ADVERTISING

    If any Internet election advertising is to be published during the campaign period by or on behalf of a candidate in a contested election, the candidate must submit a declaration to the Returning Officer listing those platforms which are maintained by or on behalf of the candidate. The first declaration must be sent to the Returning Officer within 12 hours after the start of the campaign period. Thereafter, a declaration must be submitted to the Returning Officer before the election advertising is so published by or on the candidate's behalf on any additional platform.

  • LODGE POSTERS AND BANNERS ONLINE

    A copy of each of the posters and banners must be lodged with the Returning Officer before they are displayed.

  • ACCESS MAP SHOWING PROHIBITION ZONE FOR DISPLAY OF POSTERS AND BANNERS & BUS SEQUENCE FOR BALLOT BOX DELIVERY TO COUNTING CENTRES

    Display of posters and banners within a radius of 50 metres from a polling station is prohibited. Maps showing the prohibited zone around polling stations are available here.


    Candidates and polling agents may observe the process to transport the sealed ballot boxes from polling stations to counting centres. Buses may be used for the transportation and one bus may serve two polling stations. The sequence of polling stations that the bus serves is available here.

Last updated: 25 Aug 2017