Halalan 2019 article archive
Before he threw his hat in the ring of Philippine politics, San Juan Mayor-elect Francis Zamora was already walking tall, first as a successful basketball player for his university, De La Salle University, and for two teams in the Philippine Basketball League, and then as Master’s degree in Pu...
Lino Edgardo Schramm Cayetano was born to a family of politicians. His father, Renato Cayetano, served as senator from 1998 to 2004. His siblings, Allan Peter and Pia, are both active in Philippine politics, having served either as congressional representative or senator. Taguig City Mayor-elect Lin...
Quezon City Mayor-elect Ma. Josefina Go Belmonte, who is taking over from outgoing Mayor Herbert M. Bautista on June 30, is the second woman to assume the city’s highest post in more than 40 years. Belmonte, who is the city’s outgoing vice mayor, is the daughter of former Quezon City ma...
Pasig City Mayor-elect Victor Ma. Regis Nubla Sotto has proven that with a deeply rooted passion for politics and public service, the right mindset, and the right genes, one can topple even the strongest of opponents. Vico Sotto, son of entertainment personalities Vic Sotto and Coney Reyes, nephew ...
The Commission on Elections en banc, sitting as the National Board of Canvassers, on Wednesday officially proclaimed the winning 51 party-list groups in the May 13 midterm polls at the Philippine International Convention Center Forum in Pasay City. The party-list groups are entitled to 61 seats in ...
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|Cynthia Villar||NACIONALISTA PARTY||24,594,703|
|Bong Go||PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN||19,947,238|
|Pia Cayetano||NACIONALISTA PARTY||19,223,787|
|Bato Dela Rosa||PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN||18,333,367|
|Edgardo Sonny Angara||LABAN NG DEMOKRATIKONG PILIPINO||17,680,827|
|Lito Lapid||NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION||16,532,754|
|Imee Marcos||NACIONALISTA PARTY||15,430,550|
|Francis Tolentino||PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN||15,010,663|
|Ramon Bong Revilla Jr.||LAKAS CHRISTIAN MUSLIM DEMOCRATS||14,213,810|
|Koko Pimentel||PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN||14,207,571|
|Nancy Binay||UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE||14,174,883|
|Estrada Jv Ejercito||NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION||13,930,001|
|Benigno Bam Aquino||LIBERAL PARTY||13,821,268|
|Jinggoy Estrada||PWERSA NG MASANG PILIPINO||11,065,385|
|Mar Roxas||LIBERAL PARTY||9,616,780|
|Doc Willie Ong||LAKAS CHRISTIAN MUSLIM DEMOCRATS||7,354,827|
|Dong Mangudadatu||PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN||7,180,423|
|Chel Diokno||LIBERAL PARTY||6,198,933|
|1 BAYAN MUNA||1,089,892|
|141 AKO BICOL||1,031,527|
|54 ANG PROBINSYANO||748,428|
|91 PROBINSYANO AKO||616,310|
|130 SENIOR CITIZENS||499,285|