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More political ads in 3rd presidential debate of ABS-CBN

Apr 25, 2016 - 10:00 AM

But all TV ads – including campaign ads – take only 22 6 of the 3 1 2 hour debate broadcast

FINAL SHOWDOWN. The 5 presidentiables onstage in the last debate in Dagupan City on Sunday, April 25. Photo by the Manila Bulletin

2016 elections: How much can a presidential candidate spend?

Feb 10, 2016 - 5:00 PM

The unrealistic spending cap set by law allows a presidential candidate to spend P836 million at the most for this election See how expenses for local campaigns are computed

Remember 'Team Patay'? Here's how it will affect campaigning now

Feb 02, 2016 - 9:00 AM

The Supreme Court decision favoring the bishop of Bacolod means that non candidates can now put up campaign propaganda as big as the billboards and contract unlimited ads free from any form of regulation

ANTI-RH CAMPAIGN. The Diocese of Bacolod went to the Supreme Court after the Commission on Elections ordered dismantling of oversized tarpaulins campaigning against candidates who supported the reproductive health law. Rappler file photo by Gilbert Bayoran

EXPLAINER: Why 'candidates' can spend so much and not report it

Jan 26, 2016 - 6:30 PM

The Supreme Court s 2009 ruling means that campaign expenses can only be monitored from the start of the campaign period onwards Before that there is technically no candidate to speak of

NAME RECALL. A 2009 ruling by the Supreme Court has effectively allowed premature campaigning all round, and aspirants for public posts to spend as much as they want. Photo by Nico Villarete/Rappler

Duterte political ad: Ganito kami sa Davao

May 28, 2015 - 7:27 PM

The mayor s new political video follows the line adopted by now Vice President Jejomar Binay s successful 2010 campaign: replicate local good governance

DOING A MAKATI. In his new political advertisement, rumored presidential aspirant Rodrigo Duterte makes a promise that what Davao City achieved in his watch can be replicated across the country. File photo by Karlos Manlupig/Rappler

SC junks Comelec limits on airtime of political ads

Sep 02, 2014 - 3:27 PM

The Comelec wanted to revert to the original rule of 120 minutes for all stations instead of 120 minutes per station but the High Court says it was arbitrary