GE2015 snapshots: Campaign Day 2

7 pictures that define the second day of campaigning.

By Jeanette Tan | September 4, 2015

As part of one of Mothership.sg‘s epic collaborations with some amazing creative Singaporeans during this historic election season, these photographs are selected from the many beautiful ones that were taken by a team of professional photographers led by @singaporeson Edwin Koo. Some of these professional photographers were involved in a election photo book four years ago – GE2011: We Were There.

In the lead-up to polling day, we curate their gorgeous photos daily and share them with our readers each night.

Here are our picks from Campaign Day 2:

1. Hammer talk on the campaign trail, by Jonathan Lim:

Hammer talk at the New Upper Changi Road wet market #WP #ge2015 #sgelections #singapore

A photo posted by Mothership (@mothershipsg) on

2. Han Hui Hui’s 15-minute solo show, by Pandora Wong:

Han Hui Hui speaking to the crowd at Radin Mas #ge2015 #sgelections #singapore (Photo: @panroll)

A photo posted by Mothership (@mothershipsg) on

3. Waiting for showtime, at Han Hui Hui’s Radin Mas rally, by Jamie Chan

Photo by: Jamie Chan for MothershipSG
Photo by: Jamie Chan for MothershipSG

4. Lucky wefie, at the Pasir Ris-Punggol PAP rally in Buangkok, by Sean Yeo

Photo by Sean Yeo for Mothership.sg
Photo by Sean Yeo for Mothership.sg

5. Second time Lucky, at the PAP Pasir Ris-Punggol rally in Buangkok, by Sean Yeo

Photo by Sean Yeo for Mothership.sg
Photo by Sean Yeo for Mothership.sg

6. Taking a break from the festivities, at SingFirst rally in Jurong, by Zakaria Zainal

Photo by Zakaria Zainal for Mothership.sg
Photo by Zakaria Zainal for Mothership.sg

And now for our photo of the day,

 

7. A defiant Dr Chee at the SDP’s first GE2015 rally, by Lim Weixiang

Photo by Lim Weixiang for Mothership.sg
Photo by Lim Weixiang for Mothership.sg

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About Jeanette Tan

Jeanette takes pride in her ability to sing the complete lyrics to Hakuna Matata and a host of other Disney songs. She holds out hope to someday be talent-spotted to do voice-overs for documentaries, lifts and automated telephone answering systems.

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