Youtube is one of the most famous way of latest videos or you can watch any video which you missed to watch on that day. Political buzz online has spiked sharply in recent days ahead of the coming polls, with the bulk of the discussion centred on the People’s Action Party (PAP), its candidates and its policies. there were 44,000 blog postings, Tweets, and Facebook updates related to the General Election for the first 26 days of April – the day before Nomination Day, according to statistics from online monitoring company Brandtology and interactive media firm Tribal DDB. (The Straits Times)
It is said that a record 2.21 million voters will cast their votes on Saturday to elect the 12th Parliament. The number of voters this year is almost double the number of voters seen in the last General Election in 2006. Voting at 732 polling stations, which include Housing Board void decks, community centres and schools, closes at 8pm.
Asia News reports that MediaCorp will bring you ‘live’ coverage of the election results on television, radio and online.