Election campaigns can only be carried out from the time the candidacy notification is received on the public (notification) day to the day before the election day. Even during this period, it is said that repeated calls and street speeches in election campaign cars will be held from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. Election campaigns during other periods are prohibited.
Even though the elections haven’t started, the sound trucks are spinning around. Isn’t it illegal?
Depending on the content and timing of the sound truck, it will be judged as an election campaign or a political activity. Election campaigns are only possible during the campaign period. Political activity is restricted during the campaign period, but in principle there is no restriction during the rest of the period. The police will crack down on election campaign violations.
The voices of campaign cars and street speeches are noisy
The period and method of election campaigns are determined by law, and it is permissible to make a series of street speeches and names using the loudspeakers of election campaign vehicles.
In fact, it is sometimes criticized for being noisy, but for candidates, it is also trying to appeal to voters within the limits stipulated by law, so please understand the voters during the campaign period. I would like to ask. In addition, it is said that tranquility must be maintained around schools, hospitals, clinics and other medical facilities.
A politician official came to my house saying, “I want you to become a member of the supporters’ association,” but isn’t it an election violation?
Purely solicitation to join the supporters’ association is allowed as a political activity. However, if it is held during the election campaign period, there is a high possibility that it will be an election violation, and if it is held just before the election even if it is not during the election campaign period, there is a risk of election violation as a preliminary campaign.
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I put an election campaign poster on the wall without permission. Can I remove it myself?
The Public Offices Election Law stipulates that posters should be placed on the land, buildings, etc. of others after obtaining the consent of the resident. It is stipulated that the resident may peel off the poster attached without the permission of the resident.
Make sure that no one in your family has consented before peeling. Regarding the disposal of posters after peeling off, there is also a problem of property rights, so it is better to contact the camp and have them pick it up.
Prohibition of providing food and drink
Regarding election campaigns, it is prohibited for candidates to provide to candidates and campaigners, as well as to provide to candidates and campaigners. However, tea and commonly used sweets and fruits are excluded. We can also provide a certain number of bento boxes to give to campaigners.