• PAP
    • PAP confirmed the team for 16 electoral divisions:
      • Marine Parade GRC: Incumbent Speaker Tan Chuan-Jin, Senior Minister of State Edwin Tong, Seah Kian Peng, and new members Tan See Leng and Mohd Fahmi Aliman. Incumbent MP Fatimah Lateef did not return.
      • Pasir Ris–Punggol GRC: Senior Minister Teo Chee Hean, Senior Minister of State Janil Puthucheary, and new members Mohamed Sharael Taha, Yeo Wan Ling and Desmond Tan Kok Ming. Incumbent MP Zainal Sapari did not return.
      • Punggol West SMC: Incumbent MP Sun Xueling will defend her constituency.
      • Marymount SMC: Newcomer Gan Siow Huang.
      • Aljunied GRC: Three previously contested candidates Chua Eng Leong, Victor Lye, Shamsul Kamar, and two newcomers Alex Yeo Sheng Chye and Chan Hui Yuh.
      • Hougang SMC: Previously contested candidate Lee Hong Chuang.
      • Tampines GRC: Environment Minister Masagos Zulkifli, Senior Parliament Secretary Baey Yam Keng, ex-Ang Mo Kio GRC and Senior Minister of State Koh Poh Koon, mayor Desmond Choo and Cheng Li Hui.
      • Potong Pasir SMC: Incumbent MP Sitoh Yih Pin will defend his constituency.
      • Chua Chu Kang GRC: Health Minister Gan Kim Yong, Senior Parliament Secretary and Mayor Low Yen Ling, and two new members Don Wee Boon Hong and Zhulkarnain Abdul Rahim. Incumbent MP Yee Chia Hsing did not seek reelection.
      • Hong Kah North SMC: Senior Minister of State Amy Khor will defend her constituency.
      • Holland–Bukit Timah GRC: Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan, Senior Minister of State Sim Ann, Christopher de Souza and newcomer Edward Chia.
      • East Coast GRC: Deputy Prime and Finance Minister and Tampines GRC MP Heng Swee Keat, Senior Minister of State and Mayor Maliki Osman, Fengshan SMC MP Cheryl Chan, Jessica Tan and newcomer Tan Kiat How.
      • Bukit Panjang SMC: Incumbent Holland–Bukit Timah GRC MP Liang Eng Hwa will replace outgoing MP and mayor Teo Ho Pin to defend his constituency.
      • Yio Chu Kang SMC: Newcomer Yip Hon Weng.
      • Mountbatten SMC: Incumbent MP Lim Biow Chuan will defend his constituency.
      • Pioneer SMC: Incumbent West Coast GRC MP Patrick Tay will replace outgoing MP Cedric Foo to defend his constituency.
  • WP
    • WP confirmed its team lineup for four electoral divisions:
      • Marine Parade GRC: Ron Tan Jun Yuen, former NCMP Yee Jenn Jong, and three debut candidates Nathaniel Koh, and Fadli Fawzi and Muhammad Azhar Abdul Latip.
      • Punggol West SMC: Tan Chen Chen
      • Sengkang GRC: He Ting Ru, Louis Chua, Jamus Lim and Raeesah Khan
      • East Coast GRC: Kenneth Foo Seck Guan, Abdul Shariff Aboo Kassim, Terence Tan, Dylan Ng, former NSP candidate Nicole Seah
  • SDP
    • Tan Jee Say was confirmed to have returned to SDP, and he would lead a team to contest Holland–Bukit Timah GRC alongside James Gomez, Min Cheong and Alfred Tan. Alongside the electoral divisions confirmed were:
    • Bukit Panjang SMC: Paul Tambyah
  • PAP & SDP
    • Following the confirmation of nominations for Bukit Batok SMC, incumbent PAP candidate Murali Pillai became the fourth PAP candidate to receive online criticism, this time from a post about his son. In response, Murali hit back, calling the post containing the criticism a “scurrilous attack against my family”, adding that the timing of the post “leaves nothing to the imagination”. His opponent, Dr Chee Soon Juan from SDP, said that he stood with Murali as well and criticised the post, writing that “politics is about ideas on how we can make our nation better, not personal attacks like this.”
  • PSP
    • It was revealed that Lee Hsien Yang would not be contesting in the election only after nominations had closed. PSP secretary-general Tan Cheng Bock later said that he wanted Lee to remain “as neutral as possible”; Lee also said that he decided against contesting in the election as he believed that “Singapore does not need another Lee.”
  • PAP & PSP
    • During nomination day, while opposing parties were allowed to scrutinise nomination papers, both teams fielded by PAP and PSP respectively to contest Tanjong Pagar GRC found discrepancies in the opposing team’s paperwork; however neither team objected to the opposing team, allowing the contest to go ahead. PAP’s team saw a technical lapse in the PSP team’s nomination paper (by not filling in the name of the constituency they were going to contest in); PAP later informed PSP of their technical lapse. PAP anchor minister Chan Chun Sing told the media that they wanted the voters “the chance to give us a strong mandate”, and “not give that choice to residents just because of a technical error”. Similarly, the PSP team spotted a potential error in the PAP team’s nomination forms as well, with PSP candidate Michael Chua Teck Leong pointing out that PAP candidate Eric Chua Swee Leong had listed his occupation incorrectly.
  • PV
    • PV confirmed its team lineup for two electoral divisions:
      • Pasir Ris–Punggol GRC: Jireh Lim, Prabu Ramachandran, Mohamed Nassir Ismail, Goh Keow Wah, and Vigneswari Ramachandran
      • Jalan Besar GRC: Lim Tean, Leong Sze Hian, Nor Azlan Sulaiman, Michael Fang Amin.