Online Sellers Now Selling Merch Promoting 2022 Presidential Candidates

Merch Promoting 2022 Presidential Candidates Now Being Sold by Online Sellers

Various online sellers are now selling different merchandise supporting the 2022 presidential candidates for 2022 elections.

A few weeks ago, the filing of certificate of candidacy for 2022 elections have already end. The candidates are still waiting for the start of the official campaign season before making a move to endorse themselves.

However, some individuals have already started to express their support for the presidential aspirant of their choice. Several vendors are already offering merch promoting presidential candidates.

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Different online stores, sellers and vendors have already started to sell various types of merchandise promoting the country’s presidential aspirants a few months before the official campaign season starts.

The vendors were selling various products including shirts, caps, stickers and face masks with names and faces of 2022 presidential aspirants. The merchants start to show their support ahead of the campaign period.

Two of the most popular online shopping platform are selling shirts and stickers promoting Vice President Leni Robredo, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., Sen. Manny Pacquiao, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno and Sen. Panfilo “Ping” Lacson.

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According to the Commission on Elections, the campaign period for presidential candidates as well as for vice president, senators, and party-lists race will start from February 8 to May 7, 2022.

The Supreme Court’s 2009 decision or known as Penera doctrine states that personalities who have file their candidacy for upcoming elections can be only considered as a “candidate” at the start of the campaign period.

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