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Comelec to candidates: Help remove campaign materials

Quezon City personnel load several election campaign posters into a dump truck at Quirino Highway corner Salvia Street in Barangay Kaligayahan in Quezon City on Thursday (May 12, 2022). The activity was in line with the post-election clean-up drive of the national government. (Philippine News Agency photo)

QUEZON CITY, (PIA) -- Acting Commission on Elections spokesperson, lawyer John Rex Laudiangco has urged winning and losing candidates to help them remove their campaign materials.

"We are asking all candidates, please continue cleaning up your campaign materials. Let us be environment friendly and compliant," he said.

"Let us dispose properly of our campaign materials, and continue the cleaning efforts," the Comelec official added.

Also, he encouraged them to recycle their propaganda materials.

"If possible, let us recycle these materials. Don't just throw them away anywhere," Laudiangco said.

During the campaign period -- 90 days for running for national positions and 45 days for local -- candidates have put up tarpaulins, posters, among others, to promote their candidacy. (PIA-NCR)

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