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'Please do not take advantage of the loopholes in the premature campaigning law to plug your candidacy during the mammoth feast of the Black Nazarene.
"Ang pagpigil muli sa maagang pangangampanya ay kailangan para maging patas ang pagtakbo (Preventing instances of early campaigning is necessary for a fairer campaign among candidates)," the vice president said.
Indeed, negative campaigning has become a catch-all phrase that implies there is something inherently wrong with criticizing an opponent.
Raising the kind of money required in the TV era of political campaigning has become something approaching a full-time job for legislators.
Because of this new situation, the nature of campaigning and tactics was also changed (see below).
Comelec trying to stop premature campaigning !-- -- Mayen Jaymalin (The Philippine Star) - November 4, 2018 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines The image of candidates on a poster or any material is considered a form of campaigning and should be stopped at this time, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) said yesterday.
Zach Exley, the former MoveOn.org whiz who helped Dean revolutionize Internet campaigning, has a similar mandate in the Kerry campaign, and is getting similar results: As of the end of June, Internet donations have led all other forms of fundraising for the campaign, breaking even Dean campaign records and contributing to Kerry's recent two-to-one fundraising edge over Bush.
In the course of the 2000 presidential race, I argued that, due partly to the growth of ever more invasive and intimate media and partly to the decline of a foreign military threat, presidential candidates were under continuing pressure to change their whole concept of campaigning. Since then the military dimension of the presidency obviously has reasserted itself, but the role of invasive media--which capture the once-private "backstage" activities of politicians and turn them into yet another public, front-stage forum--has only grown.
Ask students to identify and discuss a few pros and cons of both face-to-face campaigning and the mass exposure that is possible via radio and television advertisements.
"I think we have to go back to old-fashioned political campaigning," says Lewis, who believes the Shays-Meehan bill helps to accomplish this by banning excessive contributions.
Bush, meanwhile, was not exactly campaigning on a message of church-state separation.
"It's the opposite of corporate campaigning, which uses top-down, big-budget TV and glossy advertising.
* agree to an established limit on how early they could start campaigning;
One of the first rules of campaigning is to establish name recognition.
Bush's team of Texan managers was inexperienced in national campaigning. Etc.