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GE2020: WP fields Nicole Seah in East Coast GRC

SINGAPORE — Workers’ Party (WP) new candidate Nicole Seah will stand in East Coast Group Representation Constituency (GRC).

GE2020: WP fields Nicole Seah in East Coast GRC

WP and PAP party posters for East Coast GRC have gone up in Bedok North after nomination, June 30.

SINGAPORE — Workers’ Party (WP) new candidate Nicole Seah will stand in East Coast Group Representation Constituency (GRC).

The former National Solidarity Party member, 33, submitted her nomination papers at St Anthony’s Canossian Primary School in Bedok North on Tuesday (June 30) morning.

The WP slate also includes former researcher Abdul Shariff Aboo Kassim, 54; deputy director Kenneth Foo, 42; lawyer Terence Tan, 48; and wealth advisory firm director Dylan Ng, 45.

Speaking after the team's nomination was confirmed by the returning officer, Ms Seah said the WP has worked hard on the ground for the last five years.

“We will stand firm, we will remain courageous and we will always offer all of you a vote for fairness and balance. Make your vote count, vote the Workers’ Party," she added.

They will face a People’s Action Party (PAP) team led by its first assistant secretary-general Heng Swee Keat, who moved from Tampines GRC following the retirement of former PAP Member of Parliament (MP) Lim Swee Say.

Completing the PAP slate in East Coast GRC are incumbent MPs Maliki Osman, 54; Jessica Tan, 54; former Fengshan Single Member Constituency (SMC) MP Cheryl Chan, 44; and new candidate Tan Kiat How, 43, the former chief executive of the Infocomm Media Development Authority.

Fengshan SMC was merged into the East Coast GRC following the latest change in electoral boundaries.

It has 120,238 registered voters, compared to 96,493 previously.

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