PV announced its intention to contest Jalan Besar GRC, Mountbatten SMC, Pasir-Ris Punggol GRC, Pioneer SMC and Punggol West SMC. 
PAP unveiled three more batches of new candidates, respectively introduced by Heng, Masagos Zulkifli and Grace Fu:
Ng Ling Ling, Tan Kiat How, Tan See Leng and Zhulkarnain Abdul Rahim
Yeo Wan Ling, Alvin Tan Sheng Hui, Wan Rizal Wan Zakariah and Eric Chua Swee Leong
Derrick Goh Soon Hee, Raymond Lye Hoong Yip and Poh Li San
Emeritus Senior Minister and Marine Parade GRC MP Goh Chok Tong, announced his retirement on Facebook after serving Marine Parade for 44 years.
Perennial candidate Ooi Boon Ewe picked up nomination forms and revealed that he will be standing at Bukit Panjang SMC; if nominated, this would be Ooi’s second election since 2001 after unsuccessful nominations in the interim elections, and also the second consecutive election with independent candidates standing. 
WP announced its intention to contest East Coast GRC, Marine Parade GRC, Sengkang GRC and Punggol West SMC, while defending its current seats in Aljunied GRC and Hougang SMC to be helmed by former NCMPs Gerald Giam and Dennis Tan, respectively. The party also introduced four new candidates: Muhammad Azhar Abdul Latip, Louis Chua Kheng Wee, Nicole Seah and Yee Jenn Jong. Incumbent MPs Low Thia Khiang, Chen Show Mao and Png Eng Huat will step down as MPs and not contest in the election.
Singaporeans First Party
Tan Jee Say announced on his Facebook that he had dissolved Singaporeans First and encouraged its former members to join other opposition parties. 
PPP secretary-general Goh Meng Seng announced his candidacy in MacPherson SMC against PAP incumbent Tin Pei Ling, while also withdrawing their interest in contesting Radin Mas SMC and backed RP.
PSP unveiled a batch of five candidates including a former SAF colonel, a former senior lieutenant-colonel and a lawyer: Nadarajah Loganathan, Wendy Low, Kumaran Pillai, Damien Tay Kian Ping and Michael Chua Teck Leong.
RP secretary-general Kenneth Jeyaretnam was required to serve a mandatory 14-day stay-home notice at a designated stay-home-notice facility after a visit to the United Kingdom, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Health and the Elections Department. Jeyaretnam requested for a waiver, but MOH declined his request. 
SDP held an “Ask Me Anything” session on Reddit, where Reddit users were able to ask the SDP questions about its views pertaining to the upcoming election.