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Sembawang Single Member Constituency (Traditional Chinese: 三巴旺單選區;Simplified Chinese: 三巴旺单选区) is a defunct single member constituency in Sembawang, Singapore that is formed in 1955 and continues throughout till 1988 where it is one of the founding ward of the larger Sembawang Group Representation Constituency and continues throughout as present ward. Contents 1 Members of Parliament 2 Candidates and Results 2.1 Elections in 1980s 2.2 Elections in 1970s 2.3 Elections in 1960s 2.4 Elections in 1950s 3 References Members of Parliament Ahmad bin Ibrahim (1955 - 1962) Teong Eng Siong (1963 - 1979) Tony Tan Keng Yam (1979 - 1988) Candidates and Results Elections in 1980s General Election 1984: Sembawang Party Candidate Votes % ±% PAP Tony Tan Keng Yam 15,948 77.42 -4.13 Independent Stanley Mariadass 4,652 22.58 +22.58 Turnout 21,304 95.4 +0.2 PAP hold Swing -4.13 General Election 1980: Sembawang Party Candidate Votes % ±% PAP Tony Tan Keng Yam 13,415 81.55 +3.13 United People's Front Harbans Singh 3,035 18.45 -3.13 Turnout 16,932 95.2 +0.6 PAP hold Swing +3.13 Elections in 1970s 1979 By Election: Sembawang Party Candidate Votes % ±% PAP Tony Tan Keng Yam 12,824 78.42 -5.15 United People's Front Harbans Singh 3,528 21.58 +5.15 Turnout 16,714 94.6 -0.2 PAP hold Swing -5.15 General Election 1976: Sembawang Party Candidate Votes % ±% PAP Teong Eng Siong 13,661 83.57 +6.21 United People's Front Mohd Arif bin Sahul Hameed 2,685 16.43 +16.43 Turnout 16,767 94.8 +2.7 PAP hold Swing +6.21 General Election 1972: Sembawang Party Candidate Votes % ±% PAP Teong Eng Siong 8,466 77.36 United National Front Mohd Arif bin Sahul Hameed 2,478 22.64 Turnout 11,251 92.1 PAP hold Swing Elections in 1960s General Election 1968: Sembawang Party Candidate Votes % ±% PAP Teong Eng Siong Walkover Turnout 11,220 PAP hold Swing General Election 1963: Sembawang Party Candidate Votes % ±% PAP Teong Eng Siong 3,745 42.17 -12.52 BS Chen Poh Chang 3,591 40.43 +40.43 SA Appavoo Pakri 1,197 13.48 +13.48 UPP Low Seng Wan 348 3.92 +3.92 Turnout 8,930 95.7 +6 PAP hold Swing -12.52 Elections in 1950s General Election 1959: Sembawang Party Candidate Votes % ±% PAP Ahmad bin Ibrahim 4,316 54.69 -8.55 MIC Vangadaslam Jayaram 1,566 19.84 +19.84 SPA Chew Seng 1,084 13.74 +13.74 LSP Lau Sai Seng 926 11.73 +11.73 Turnout 7,948 89.7 +25.7 PAP hold Swing -8.55 Note: The then incumbent Ahmad bin Ibrahim ran for the election in the same seat again, but he had joined the People's Action Party since then. He died on 1962, which made this election as his last attempt in his life.[1] Note 2: MIC is allied with Singapore's UMNO and MCA chapters, similar to it's Malaysian counterpart with the exception of not using the alliance symbol which was the reason for the elections department of Singapore to view Vangadaslam Jayaram as an independent candidate. General Election 1955: Sembawang Party Candidate Votes % ±% Independent Ahmad bin Ibrahim 4,281 63.24 PP Lee Kim Kee 2,488 36.76 Turnout 6,835 64.0 Independent win (new seat) References ^ Summary of Ahmad bin Ibrahim's election records. 1984 GE's result 1980 GE's result 1976 GE's result 1972 GE's result 1968 GE's result 1963 GE's result 1959 GE's result 1955 GE's result v · d · eConstituencies of Singapore Group Representation Constituencies (GRCs) Aljunied (5) · Ang Mo Kio (6) · Bishan-Toa Payoh (5) · Chua Chu Kang (5) · East Coast (5) · Holland-Bukit Timah (4)  · Jurong (5) · Marine Parade (5) · Moulmein-Kallang (4) · Nee Soon (5) · Pasir Ris-Punggol (6) · Sembawang (5) · Tampines (5) · Tanjong Pagar (5) · West Coast (5) Single Member Constitutencies (SMCs) Bukit Panjang · Hong Kah North · Hougang · Joo Chiat · Mountbatten · Pioneer · Potong Pasir · Punggol East · Radin Mas · Sengkang West · Whampoa · Yuhua Former or defunct constituencies Alexandra · Aljunied · Ang Mo Kio · Anson · Ayer Rajah · Bedok GRC (4) · Bedok SMC · Bo Wen · Boon Lay · Boon Teck · Braddell Heights  · Bras Basah · Brickworks GRC (4)  · Brickworks SMC · Bukit Batok  · Bukit Gombak  · Bukit Ho Swee · Bukit Merah  · Bukit Timah GRC (5) · Bukit Timah SMC · Buona Vista · Cairnhill · Changi · Changkat · Cheng San GRC (5) · Cheng San SMC · Chong Boon · Chua Chu Kang SMC · Clementi · Crawford · Delta · Eunos GRC (4) · Eunos SMC · Farrer Park · Fengshan · Geylang East · Geylang Serai · Geylang West · Havelock · Henderson · Holland-Bukit Panjang GRC (5) · Hong Kah GRC (5) · Hong Kah SMC · Hong Lim · Jalan Besar GRC (5) · Jalan Besar SMC · Jalan Kayu · Jurong · Kaki Bukit · Kallang · Kampong Chai Chee · Kampong Glam GRC (4) · Kampong Glam SMC  · Kampong Kapor · Kampong Kembangan · Kampong Ubi · Katong · Katong · Kebun Baru · Khe Bong · Kim Keat · Kim Seng · Kolam Ayer · Kreta Ayer · Kreta Ayer-Tanglin (4) · Kuo Chuan · Leng Kee · MacPherson · Marine Parade · Moulmein · Nee Soon · Nee Soon Central · Nee Soon East · Nee Soon South · Pasir Panjang GRC (3) · Pasir Panjang SMC · Pasir Ris (4) · Paya Lebar · Punggol · Punggol-Tampines · Queenstown · River Valley · Rochore · Seletar · Sembawang · Sepoy Lines · Serangoon Gardens · Siglap · Southern Islands · Stamford · Tampines · Tanah Merah · Tanglin · Tanjong Pagar · Teck Ghee · Telok Ayer · Telok Blangah · Thomson GRC (4) · Thomson SMC · Tiong Bahru GRC (3) · Tiong Bahru SMC (3) · Toa Payoh SMC · Toa Payoh GRC (3) · Ulu Bedok · Ulu Pandan · Upper Serangoon · West Coast · Yio Chu Kang Numbers in brackets indicate the number of representatives assigned.