NEE SOON GRC
Indian or other minority candidate required
Voters: 148,290 Polled: 140,604 (94.8%)
[OV: 122]
People's Action Party
80,740 (58.4%)
[OV: 81]
SHANMUGAM Kasiviswanathan
52  |  M  |  Cabinet Minister
Chong Pang
LIM Wee Kiak
42  |  M  |  Doctor
Canberra
LEE Bee Wah
50  |  F  |  Engineer
Nee Soon South
MUHAMMAD FAISHAL bin Ibrahim K. S.
42  |  M  |  Real estate academic
Nee Soon Central
Patrick TAY Teck Guan
39  |  M  |  Unionist
Nee Soon East
Workers' Party
57,523 (41.6%)
[OV: 41]
YAM Poh Nam
49  |  M  |  Business consultant
POH Lee Guan
49  |  M  |  Senior lecturer
CHONG Cham Weng
51  |  M  |  Managing director
SAJEEV Kunju Raman Kamalasanan
41  |  M  |  Businessman
Angela OON Kheng Faye
32  |  F  |  Researcher
Winner's majority: 23,217 (16.8%)
Valid votes: 138,263 (98.3%)
[OV: 122]
Rejected votes: 2,341 (1.7%)
[OV: 0]
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