Rappler's latest stories on online campaigning
'We were very much focused on Facebook in the last elections. But now candidates are more diversified, having specific content per platform,' says a global digital media specialist
Under the poll body's campaign rules, paid influencers will be required to report to Comelec the payments for their online posts whether for or against a candidate
The #BabaeAko movement is organizing a protest on the day of President Rodrigo Duterte's third State of the Nation Address, calling the activity the 'Anti-Misogyny Activists sa SONA', or #AMaSONA.
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'Women are a force to contend with and Duterte should be careful lest he bear the brunt of their force unleashed,' says Joms Salvador of Gabriela
Lagpas na sa sapat ang sexist remarks ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte upang mag-alsa ang babae. Kailan nga ba ang tamang oras para lumaban?
Apo Hiking Society member Jim Paredes, a vocal supporter of Leni Robredo, launches the social media campaign in support of the Vice President's vote-shading threshold petition before the Presidential Electoral Tribunal
How crowdfunding and online campaigns contribute to community building – and why you should be part of it
As 2016 ends we in MovePH highlight the online campaigns we’ve launched and their impact on the communities that we continue to serve
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Netizens – as do US President Obama and actress Angelina Jolie – declare solidarity with hundreds of school girls kidnapped by Islamist militants in Nigeria
From changing the canvassing system to legislating an election money ban here are Comelec s proposals to Congress in preparation for the 2016 elections
What are the biggest issues people raised about Manila in Rappler s DearErap campaign? Here s a summary
It s a test case for 2016 explains Comelec Commissioner Christian Lim
How exactly will Comelec monitor online campaigns? Comelec Chair Sixto Brillantes Jr himself can t say