Elections Department revealed that they have received a total of 226 political donation certificates at the time of closing, an increase of six from the count of 220 compared to the 2015 elections, including 37 Malay Community Committee certificates and 35 for Indian and Other Minority Communities Committee. [133]

  • PAP
    • PAP vice-chairman Masagos Zulkifli and Chan Chun Sing unveiled its final batch of new candidates at separate sessions, including the first woman brigadier-general:
      • Gan Siow Huang, Rachel Ong Sin Yen, Sharael Taha and Alex Yeo Sheng Chye
      • Mariam Jaafar, Shawn Huang Wei Zhong (née Inkiriwang), Chan Hui Yuh and Carrie Tan Hui Min; Chan was an intended PAP candidate in the last General election, but ultimately did not participate and was replaced by former MP Yeo Guat Kwang.
    • Transport Minister and Sembawang GRC MP Khaw Boon Wan announced his retirement.
  • Red Dot United
    • RDU announced its final candidate for Jurong GRC, ex-SDP candidate Alec Tok Kim Yam, thus completing the five-member lineup that earlier include Ravi Philemon, Michelle Lee Juan, Liyana Dhamirah and Nicholas Tang Jian Ye.
  • PSP
    • PSP unveiled its final batch of six new candidates: Lim Cher Hong, Kala Manickam, Leong Mun Wai, Terence Soon Jun Wei, Abdul Rahman Mohamad and Jeffrey Khoo Poh Tiong. Later in the day, the party indicated that they will be contesting in Nee Soon GRC in addition to the initial eight constituencies it was planning to contest in, along with the full lineup for each of them. Lee Hsien Yang is not listed among the candidates for now.
  • WP
    • WP chairman Sylvia Lim unveiled two first-time candidates: Raeesah Begum Farid Khan and Jamus Jerome Lim Chee Wui, and three previously-contested candidates Dennis Tan Lip Fong, Dylan Ng Foo Eng, and Ron Tan Jun Yen. The party also announced the candidates that they would stand to defend their constituencies, while the other four constituencies will be revealed later only after nomination day:
      • Hougang SMC: Dennis Tan Lip Fong
      • Aljunied GRC: Incumbents Sylvia Lim, Pritam Singh, Faisal Manap and former NCMPs Gerald Giam and Leon Perera (respectively replacing Low and Chen).
  • RP / PSP
    • RP chairman Andy Zhu accused PSP of reneging on an agreement to not contest Yio Chu Kang SMC in return for RP withdrawing from West Coast GRC. PSP assistant secretary-general Leong Mun Wai later denied that a deal had been reached and “apologised for any misunderstandings”, though it did not make any further concessions.