Barangay elections in Tagum City, like in the rest of the Philippines, are held every three years to elect officials for the barangays in the city. Tagum City is divided into 23 barangays, and each barangay has its own set of elected officials.
The last barangay elections in Tagum City were held on May 14, 2018, when voters elected barangay captains and councilors for each barangay. The next barangay elections in Tagum City are scheduled to take place in 2023, but the exact date has not yet been announced by the Commission on Elections (COMELEC).
During the barangay election in Tagum City, voters will be required to vote for one barangay captain and seven barangay councilors who will lead their respective barangays for the next three years. Candidates who are interested in running for these positions will need to meet the eligibility requirements and file their certificates of candidacy with the COMELEC.
The COMELEC is responsible for administering the barangay elections in Tagum City and ensuring that the election process is free, fair, and transparent. The agency is also tasked with educating the public about the election process and ensuring that voters are registered and able to cast their votes on election day.