As Singaporeans head to the polls today, we bring you a wrap-up of the nine days of campaigning.
Campaign slogan: Think Singaporeans First
Wants to be unifying figure to bring together all Singaporeans with different political affiliations, race, language and religions
Wants to promote multiracialism through activities such as sports and cultural events
Wants the Government to shift Prime Minister's office from the Istana to another location
Plans to issue an annual statement to let Singaporeans know if the president is doing his job such as safeguarding the reserves, the CPF and in the appointment of civil servants
Believes the president should not get involved in "day-to-day politics"
Pledges to speak up and tell the people "if something is wrong"
Campaign slogan: Heart of the Nation
Wants to provide checks and balances on the Government
Aims to be a moral compass for the nation and speak out on issues of conscience
Stresses that he is only one among the four who was never a PAP member
Wants to address the relevance of the Internal Security Act
Hopes to encourage the Government to spend more of the reserves to build more schools and hospitals
Pledges to closely examine key appointments in the public sector and government-linked companies and encourage the Government to cast the net wider for Singaporeans to fill these posts
Campaign slogan: Confidence for the future
Has wealth of economic and political experience, as head of OCBC and GIC, as well as 27 years as MP for Sembawang
Recognises constitutional limits on president’s role and has called on other candidates to "run for the office that exists, not the one you wish to have"
Want to share his financial insights with the Government so it can make better decisions
Suggests it is not too early for the Government to take contingency measures to prepare for an economic crisis
Wants to encourage entrepreneurship
Campaign slogan: Voice of the people
Championed the cause of aggrieved investors after the collapse of Lehman Brothers in the global financial crisis of 2008
Stresses that he is neutral and non-partisan as he never contested a General Election, unlike the other three
Pledges to donate at least half his presidential salary to charity
Wants to form a President's Personal Council to hear views of Singaporeans and raise them with the Government
Wants to make life better for Singaporeans
Wants to give better recognition to national servicemen, and do more to help the elderly poor, sandwiched middle-class and unemployed