First off, the full resolution is available over at inside the COMELEC. These are just the salient points.
SECTION 3. Lawful election propaganda. – Only the following campaign
propaganda shall be allowed:
(a) Handwritten or printed letters not exceeding 8 ½ inches in
width and 14 inches in length; and
(b) Posters of a size not exceeding 2 feet by 3 feet.
There will be common poster areas, not more than ten in each barangay. Candidates are allowed to post one poster in each common poster area.
SECTION 5. Transportation, foods and drinks. – It is illegal for any
person to give or accept, free of charge, directly or indirectly, transportation, food
or drinks or things of value during the five (5) hours before and after a barangay
assembly meeting or other authorized public forum, on the day preceding the
election and on election day; or to give or contribute, directly or indirectly, money
or things of value for such purpose.
As usual, cockfights, dances, lotteries and the like are prohibited forms of fund raising. Also, it must be noted that it is prohibited for any person (or organization) to solicit any sort of money or gift etc., from any candidate. This does not include (of course) church collections on Sunday, tithes, etc. The reverse is also true: candidates are prohibited from giving donations too.
SECTION 7. Limitation upon expenses of candidates. – No candidate
shall spend for his election campaign an aggregate amount exceeding Three
Pesos (P3.00) for every registered voter in the barangay where he seeks to be
Within ten days from the election, each candidate is required to file (with the Office of the Election Officer where he filed his candidacy) a statement of all contributions and expenditures. No person elected to any public office shall enter upon the duties of his
office until he has filed the statement of contributions and expenditures
SEC. 11. Prohibition against intervention by political party, coalition of
political parties, or any other organization. – No person who files a certificate of
candidacy shall represent or allow himself to be represented as a candidate of any political party or any other organization; and no political party, political group, political committee, civic, religious, professional, or other organization or
organized group of whatever nature shall intervene in his nomination or in the
filing of his certificate of candidacy or give aid or support, directly or indirectly,
material of otherwise, favorable to or against his campaign for election: Provided, that this provision shall not apply to the members of the family of the candidate within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity nor to the personal campaign staff of the candidate in his barangay; Provided, however, That without prejudice to any liability that may be incurred, no permit to hold a public meeting shall be denied on the ground that the provisions of this paragraph may or will be violated.
Nothing in this Section, however, shall be construed as in any manner
affecting or constituting an impairment of the freedom of individuals to support or oppose a candidate for any barangay office.
Violation of this Section by any political party, group, or coalition of
political parties shall be a ground for the cancellation of its registration with the
Only barangay officials not running in the elections can convene a barangay assembly for the purpose of introducing candidates. Public forums – properly coordinated with the EO – can be held. All candidates must be given equal time to speak. the order of speaking will be determined by raffle.