DAB candidate Chan Yuen-han gave up canvassing hours before the end of voting in a bid to help save her party chief from defeat. Instead of focusing on Kwun Tong and Ngau Tau Kok as scheduled, Ms Chan changed her itinerary to head for Kowloon West and Tsang Yok-sing. Ms Chan, branded one of 'the four DAB monarchs' denied the party leader was likely to lose. 'It is nothing to do with the speculation whether he is in danger. We always help each other in elections,' she said, raising a sign with Mr Tsang's candidate number rather than hers in the doorway of Oi Man Arcade, Ho Man Tin. However, Mr Tsang gave another version. 'Her constituency is in Kowloon East. I don't know why she is contesting here [in Kowloon West] as well.' Ms Chan denied she was helping Mr Tsang at the expense of her constituency and was adamant she still hoped to gain two of the three seats. Democratic rivals Szeto Wah and Fred Li Wah-ming, however, were confident of winning at least 60 per cent of the vote, allowing them to win two seats. 'Kowloon East is the most secure constituency of all the ones the Democrats are working on. We don't need anybody to help,' Mr Szeto said. In the same green jacket he wore in 1995 when he defeated veteran legislator Elsie Tu, Mr Szeto spent the day distributing fliers in the streets and at MTR stations. Mr Li, accompanied by his wife and three brothers, shook hands with supporters in restaurants in his stronghold in Kwun Tong and Lam Tin.