Issue of April 14, 2019
Mt. Province

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Comelec reminds candidates to follow poster requirements
by Jane B. Cadalig

Campaign materials that are posted in common poster areas may still be removed even if these followed the dimensions allowed by election laws.

In Baguio and Benguet, the Commission on Elections reminded candidates and their supporters to remove their campaign materials and paraphernalia that are considered prohibited.

In a memorandum to candidates, Provincial Elections Supervisor Nicasio Jacob detailed other requirements that must be met by a campaign poster for it to be saved from the Operation Baklas, which is regularly conducted by the office.

Campaign materials must only be posted on designated common poster areas and those posted on private properties must have the consent of the owner.

Aside from following the poster size, which is two by three feet, candidates were reminded that the campaign posters should contain “Political advertisement paid for” followed by the name of the candidate and his or her complete address and “Political advertisements paid by” followed by the name of the donor and his or her address.

“All the requirements must concur with each other. Thus, even if the campaign materials are posted in common poster areas or in private properties with the consent of the owners, it shall still be removed/destroyed if these are oversized and/or lack the ‘paid for/by’ requirements,” the memo stated.

Comelec-Benguet had its second synchronized Operation Baklas on April 12 and will conduct the same every Friday, except April 19, Good Friday.

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