Hong Kah North Single Member Constituency
|Hong Kah North|
|Single Member Constituency
for the Parliament of Singapore
|Member(s)||Amy Khor Lean Suan|
|Town Council||Hong Kah|
Hong Kah North Single Member Constituency (Chinese: 丰加北单选区; Malay: Kawasan Undi Perseorangan Hong Kah North; Tamil: ஹொங் கா நார்த் தனித்தொகுதி) is a Single-Member Constituency in the Western Part of Singapore. Formerly a ward of Hong Kah GRC throughout the ward's existence, from 1991 to 2011, it was crafted out as a SMC during the 2011 elections.
Together with Chua Chu Kang GRC, it is currently under the management of Chua Chu Kang Town Council. Prior to the 2011 general election, a five-year plan was introduced by PAP, which plan includes replacing current bus stops (those orange-white type used in the 1990s) along Jurong West Avenue 5 and 3, at the constituency, with new modern bus stops (those grey ones used in the 2000s).
In the 2011 general election, this ward gave the People's Action Party a strong mandate of 70.6% despite the national average dropping to 60.1%. Sin Kek Tong also received the second-lowest percentage of votes from all candidates, behind another candidate Desmond Lim who took a share of 4.45% of the votes in Punngol East SMC during a three-cornered fight.
Members of Parliament
|Member of Parliament||Party||Dates||Notes|
|Amy Khor Lean Suan||PAP||2011–||Incumbent|
Candidates and results
Elections in 2010s
|PAP||Amy Khor Lean Suan||19,628||74.76||+4.15|
|Total valid votes||26,255||97.94||+0.12|
|PAP||Amy Khor Lean Suan||18,156||70.61|
|SPP||Sin Kek Tong||7,556||29.39|
|Total valid votes||25,712||97.82|
|PAP win (new seat)|
- Sample Count: PAP 74%; SPP 26%, http://www.eld.gov.sg/samplecount2015.html, 11 Sep 2015.
- Parliamentary Elections Act - Statement of the Poll for Electoral Division of Hong Kah North (Gazette Notification No. 2319/2015)
- Parliamentary Elections Act - Statement of the Poll for Electoral Division of Hong Kah North (Gazette Notification No. 1273/2011)