GE2020: PM Lee Hsien Loong-led PAP team wins Ang Mo Kio GRC with 71.91% of votes vs RP

Vernon Lee
·Senior Editor
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Prime Minister and PAP election candidate Lee Hsien Loong seen arriving at Deyi Secondary School on Nomination Day (30 June). (PHOTO: Dhany Osman / Yahoo News Singapore)
Prime Minister and PAP election candidate Lee Hsien Loong seen arriving at Deyi Secondary School on Nomination Day (30 June). (PHOTO: Dhany Osman / Yahoo News Singapore)

SINGAPORE — Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong led his People’s Action Party (PAP) Ang Mo Kio GRC team to an easy victory over The Reform Party (RP) at the General Election on Friday (10 July).

Lee’s team won by a resounding 71.91 per cent of the votes in the GRC, narrower than the 78.64 per cent margin of victory at GE2015, also against RP.

His teammates in the GRC are Nadia Ahmad Samdin, Gan Thiam Poh, Darryl David and Ng Ling Ling.

The RP team comprises its chief Kenneth Jeyaretnam, Soh Guan Soon, Noraini Yunus, Charles Yeo, and Andy Zhu.

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