(Editor’s Note: We’ve discovered that while the constituency map was made by Yudhishthra Nathan, the rally sites map layer was created by Kuek Jinhua. The article has been edited accordingly, and we’re sorry for the misappropriation.)
If you’re planning to go for any rallies, you’ll probably need to consult Google Maps to find out how to get to where you need to. And unless you’re willing to visit each and every party’s website and Facebook page to check when their rallies will be taking place, you’ll have problems locating every one of the rally locations.
On top of marking out all the constituencies with a colourful border, each rally site is also indicated with a yellow mic. Hovering your cursor over the yellow mic will show you location information like the address and even the best ways to get there, such as available bus services and the nearest MRT station.
If you need to check up on the rallies taking place, there will also be a list on the side that is constantly updated with the relevant information, and categorised by date. Clicking on the political party logos will reveal what time the rallies will take place.