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3,376 out of 5,504 overseas Singaporeans cast their votes

From New York to Beijing, a total of 3,376 Singaporeans cast their votes at nine overseas polling stations. There were 5,504 people registered to vote overseas.

The overseas votes will be counted after all overseas ballot boxes are back in Singapore. Under the Presidential Elections Act, overseas votes must arrive at the office of the Returning Officer in Singapore not later than 10 days after Polling Day.

The final outcome of the Presidential Election is Dr Tony Tan being elected the President. Dr Tan Cheng Bock is just a mere 0.34% behind him.

» 3,376 overseas Singaporeans cast their votes | The Straits Times

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