Presidential Election 2011 Results

Presidential Election 2011 Results: PE 2011 Singapore: Singapore Presidential Election Latest Results 2011: Singapore Election Votes Recount : Polling Stations for the Singapore Presidential Election 2011 have closed at 8pm Saturday, and ballot boxes have been sealed and brought to 162 counting centers. Polls opened island wide at 8am at 781 stations located at schools, Community Centres and void decks.

The Elections Department said as at 5pm, 83.44 per cent of 2.27 million eligible voters have cast their votes.Many voters were still making their way to the polling stations, half an hour before polling ended at 8pm. CHANNEL NEWS ASIA

Update: Votes Recount now underway Channel News Asia reports, Singapore waits for Returning Officer Yam Ah Mee to announce the results of the Presidential Election, the online  and offlineit seems that a recount is now underway, according to The Straits Times, as counting agents are back at the stations.
  2,274,773 [OV: 0,000]
Voter turnout:
  0,000,000 [OV: 0,000] (00.0%)
Election deposit:  $48,000 (+28%)
Still: Tony TAN Cheng Lian win margin 0,000,000 (00.0%) Not Official
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