Singapore President Election Results 2011: Tony Tan Wins 28 Aug 2011



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At the close of poll for Presidential Election 2011, the total number of votes cast in Singapore is 2,153,014 (inclusive of 37,826 rejected votes).

This is 94.65% of the 2,274,773 registered electors.

The results of the election as at 28 August 1310hrs is as below

Name of CandidatesValid Votes Polled (local)Valid Votes Polled (%) (local)
Tan Cheng Bock737,12834.85
Tan Jee Say529,73225.04
Tony Tan Keng Yam744,39735.19
Tan Kin Lian103,9314.91

Source: Elections Dept. 28 Aug 2011.

According to Channel News Asia, Returning Officer Yam Ah Mee said the local votes counted are conclusive and that the overseas votes will not affect the results of the election.

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