Cam-PAIN rules.War has rules. Mud wrestling has rules. But political campaigns?
Start of National Campaign Period           Start of Local Campaign Period
Last Day for Campaigning
Before the start of the      campaign pd., allpropaganda must be taken down; ELSE presumption  that the materials were    ...
No-Campaign Days:Maundy Thursday   Good Friday Eve of Elections  Election Day
Printed materials such asleaflets, that are largerthan legal-sizedbondpaper, i.e., eight andone-half inches (8 ½”) inwidth...
The absence of the words “political advertisement paid for,” followed by the true and correct name and address of the     ...
The posting, display or exhibition of any  election campaign      or propaganda material outside ofauthorized common     p...
“PUBLIC PLACES” includes:            electronic announcement boards,    LCD TV displays posted on walls of public         ...
RIGHT  OfREPLY
Cam-Pain Rules - James Jimenez
Cam-Pain Rules - James Jimenez
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Cam-Pain Rules - James Jimenez

  1. 1. Cam-PAIN rules.War has rules. Mud wrestling has rules. But political campaigns?
  2. 2. Start of National Campaign Period Start of Local Campaign Period
  3. 3. Last Day for Campaigning
  4. 4. Before the start of the campaign pd., allpropaganda must be taken down; ELSE presumption that the materials were erected during the campaign pd., and are in violation of the rules.
  5. 5. No-Campaign Days:Maundy Thursday Good Friday Eve of Elections Election Day
  6. 6. Printed materials such asleaflets, that are largerthan legal-sizedbondpaper, i.e., eight andone-half inches (8 ½”) inwidth and fourteeninches (14”) in length;Posters made of cloth,paper, cardboard or anyother material, whetherframed or posted,measuring more than twofeet (2’) by three feet (3’);
  7. 7. The absence of the words “political advertisement paid for,” followed by the true and correct name and address of the candidate or party for whose benefit the election propaganda was printed or aired; and “political advertisements paid by,” followed by the true and correct name and address of the payor
  8. 8. The posting, display or exhibition of any election campaign or propaganda material outside ofauthorized common poster areas, in public places, or on private propertieswithout the owner’s consent.
  9. 9. “PUBLIC PLACES” includes: electronic announcement boards, LCD TV displays posted on walls of public buildings; motor vehicles used as patrol cars, ambulances, and other similar purposesthat are owned by government, particularly those bearing red license plates; waiting sheds, sidewalks, street and lamp posts, electric posts and wires, traffic signages and other signboards erected on public property, pedestrian overpasses and underpasses, flyovers and underpasses, bridges, main thoroughfares, center islands of roads and highways; schools, shrines, barangay halls, health centers, public structures and buildings or any edifice thereof; public utility vehicles such as buses, jeepneys, trains, taxi cabs, ferries, pedicabs and tricycles; and within the premises of public transport terminals
  10. 10. RIGHT OfREPLY

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