Use it well
By Focus on the Family Singapore | 1 July 2020
Voting in Singapore has been generally a humdrum affair. It’s compulsory to vote so vote we do, but do we research into who we are voting for and what the party or candidate stands for? And do we actually know why we are voting for who we are voting for?
Emotional voting is voting based on the sentiments and emotions thrown around in social media, mainstream media, and friends and family, but not taking the time to understand the consequences of what one is voting for.
Instead of that, do your research, then cast your vote because your vote matters and plays an important part in shaping the country our kids will inherit.
The MP you vote for will be the bridge between your personal needs and government policies.
Take the effort to engage with the parties campaigning for your vote. It’s easy to hop onto a Facebook Live or engage in live online sessions and if you actually meet candidates on walkabouts, ask them the questions on your mind.
Here are some things for you and your family to think through and to find out from the candidates:
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