Philippines Election Results 2019

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The Senate elections, House of Representatives elections, and the local elections were completed successfully on second Monday 13th May 2019. According to the election schedule, the Filipino National and Local Elections were held on 13th May 2019.  The 2019 Philippines Elections were held for 12 Senate seats, all the seats in the House of Representatives, and the local elections for the posts of Governors, Vice-Governors, Provincial Body Members, Mayors, Vice-Mayors, City Councilors, Municipal Councilors, and Youth Councilors.

Philippines Senate Election Results 2019:

  • Total number of senate positions during this elections – 12
  • Term of the senator – 3 years.

Philippines House of representatives Election results 2019:

  • Total number of House of Representative positions during this elections – 292
  • Term of the House of Representatives – 3 years.

Philippines Local Election Results 2019:

Along with the Filipino Senate elections and House of Representatives elections the local elections for the posts of Governors, Vice-Governors, Provincial Body Members, Mayors, Vice-Mayors, City Councilors, Municipal Councilors, and Youth Councilors are also completed.

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Philippines House of Representative Election Results 2019:

S.NO Political Party Seats Won
1 Philippine Democratic Party – PDP 113
2 Liberal party 41
3 Nationalist People’s Coalition – NPC 29
4 Nationalist Party – NP 24
5 National Unity Party – NUP 16
5 Lakas – People’s Power Christian Muslim Democrats 3
6 United Nationalist Alliance Party – UNA 2
7 LDP – Struggle of Democratic Filipinos 1
8 Local Parties 3
9 Independents 3
10 Vacant Positions 5
11 New Districts 7
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Major Political Parties in Philippines:

  • Philippine Democratic Party–People’s Power (PDP-Laban)
  • Liberal Party
  • Nationalist People’s Coalition (NPC)
  • Nationalist Party (Nacionalista)
  • National Unity Party (NUP)
  • Lakas (People Power–Christian Muslim Democrats)
  • United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
  • LDP (Struggle of Democratic Filipinos)
  • Akbayan Party ( Akbayan Citizen Action Party)

Filipino Election results 2016:

The 16th president of Philippines was elected during the Filipino National and Local Elections 2016 which were held on 9th May 2016. Rodrigo Duterte of Philippine Democratic Party won and became the 16th President of Philippines while Leni Robredo of Liberal Party won became the Vice-President of Philippines.

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COMELEC – Commission of Elections Philippines

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The Filipino Commission of Elections is an autonomous constitutional body which is responsible to conduct the elections in Philippines. The main motive of the COMELEC Philippines is to conduct the elections in an appropriate manner. The basic duty of Filipino Commission of Elections is to conduct the elections for the legislative bodies in Philippines and for the voter registration across the country and to maintain the Voters roll transparently. Electoral Roll or Voters Roll is authenticated record or register which contains the Filipino electorate. The Constitution of Republic of Philippines formed this COMELEC to be an independent and autonomous constitutional body to perform their duties in a transparent and fair way.

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Filipino Commission of Elections COMLEC Duties:

  • COMELEC is responsible for the Voter Registration in the Philippines
  • COMELEC maintains the Electoral Roll (Authenticated Register of Electorate)
  • COMELEC is responsible to conduct National Elections in the Republic of Philippines
  • COMELEC is responsible to conduct Provincial Elections in the Republic of Philippines
  • COMELEC is responsible to conduct Municipal Elections in the Republic of Philippines
  • COMELEC is responsible to declare the results of the Elections in the Republic of Philippines
  • COMELEC is responsible to conduct the Elections in Free and Fair manner in the Philippines
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Filipino COMELEC:

The COMELEC Commission of Elections Philippines consists of a Chairman and 6 Commissioners. The current Chairman of COMELEC is Sherrif M. Abas, and the Commissioners are AI A. Parreno, Luie Tito F.Guia, Ma. Rowena Amelia V. Guanzon, Socorro B. Inting, Marlon S. Casquejo, and Antonio T. Kho, jr. 

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Philippines Commission of Elections:

S.NO Designation Name
1 COMELEC Chairman Sherrif M. Abas
2 COMELEC Commissioner AI A. Parreno
3 COMELEC Commissioner Luie Tito F.Guia
4 COMELEC Commissioner Ma. Rowena Amelia V. Guanzon
5 COMELEC Commissioner Socorro B. Inting
6 COMELEC Commissioner Marlon S. Casquejo
7 COMELEC Commissioner Antonio T. Kho, jr
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Provinces of Philippines:

Abra
Agusan
del Norte
Agusan
del Sur
Aklan
Albay
Antique
Apayao
Aurora
Basilan
Bataan
Batanes
Batangas
Benguet
Biliran
Bohol
Bukidnon
Bulacan
Cagayan
Camarines
Norte
Camarines
Sur
Camiguin
Capiz
Catanduanes
Cavite
Cebu
Compostela Valley
Cotabato
Davao
del Norte
Davao
del Sur
Davao
Occidental
Davao
Oriental
Dinagat Islands
Eastern Samar
Guimaras
Ifugao
Ilocos
Norte
Ilocos
Sur
Iloilo
Isabela
Kalinga
La Union
Laguna
Lanao
del Norte
Lanao
del Sur
Leyte
Maguindanao
Marinduque
Masbate
Misamis
Occidental
Misamis
Oriental
Mountain
Province
Negros
Occidental
Negros
Oriental
Northern Samar
Nueva Ecija
Nueva Vizcaya
Occidental
Mindoro
Oriental
Mindoro
Palawan
Pampanga
Pangasinan
Quezon
Quirino
Rizal
Romblon
Samar
Sarangani
Siquijor
Sorsogon
South Cotabato
Southern Leyte
Sultan Kudarat
Sulu
Surigao
del Norte
Surigao
del Sur
Tarlac
Tawi-Tawi
Zambales[xxiv]
Zamboanga
del Norte
Zamboanga
del Sur
Zamboanga
Sibugay
Metro Manila
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Type of Elections in Philippines

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There are different types of elections in Philippines, mainly can be classified in to two types they are National Elections and Local Elections. From the year 1992, both the National and Local Elections are held on every second Monday of May once in every three years, whereas the Presidential Elections are held once in every six years because the President and the Vice President of Philippines term is for six years.

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  • Presidential Elections
  • Senate Elections
  • Members of the House of Representatives Elections
  • Governor Elections
  • Provincial Board Member Elections
  • Mayor Elections
  • City & Municipal Councilor Elections
  • Youth Councilor Elections
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National Elections:

In Philippines National Elections include the Presidential Elections, Senate Elections, and House of Representatives Elections.

Presidential Elections:

Presidential Elections include electing the President as well as Vice President. The President of Philippines country serves a six term and the Vice President too. The Presidential Elections in Philippines country will be held once in every six years. The last Presidential Election was held in May 2016 so next Presidential Election will be held in May 2022.

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Senate Elections:

The Filipino Senate has 24 seats, the Senate Elections in Philippines will be held once in 3 years on second Monday of May. In every Filipino Senate Election 12 Senators are elected. The term of the Senator will be for 3 years. The eligible Filipino voters must vote 12 votes during the senate elections. The next Senator Elections in Philippines will be held on 13th May 2019.

House of Representatives Elections:

The Philippines Congress has two chambers, first one is House of Representatives, the Filipino House of Representatives have 292 seats, out of these 292 seats 234 seats will be contested in single seat electoral districts ad the remaining 58 seats will be contested on Party lists. The last House of Representatives election was held in May 2016. The next House of Representatives Elections will be held on 13th May 2019 to form the 18th Filipino Congress.

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Local Elections:

Filipino local elections include Governor Elections, Provincial Member Elections, Mayor Elections, City and Municipal Councilor Elections, and Youth Councilor Member Elections. The Filipino Voter can vote any one Governor, one Vice-Governor, up to 7 Provincial Board members, One Mayor, One Vice-Mayor, up to 12 City or Municipality Council Members.

Governor Elections:

Each Province in Philippines country is represented by a Governor and a Vice-Governor. During the Governor Elections both Governor and Vice-Governor are elected. The Governor Elections in Philippines are held once in every 3 years. The term of both Governor and the Vice-governor will be for three years. The last Governor elections were held in May 2016. The next Governor Elections will be held on 13th May 2019.

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Provincial Member Elections:

 The Provincial Member Elections in Philippines are held once in every 3 years. The term of Provincial Member will be for three years. The last Provincial Member elections were held in May 2016. The next Provincial Member Elections will be held on 13th May 2019.

Mayor Elections:

The Mayor Elections in Philippines are held once in every 3 years. The term of the Mayor will be for three years. The last Mayor elections were held in May 2016. The next Mayor Elections will be held on 13th May 2019.

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City or Municipality Council Member Elections:

The City or Municipality Council Member Elections in Philippines are held once in every 3 years. The term of the City or Municipality Council Member will be for three years. The last City or Municipality Council Member elections were held in May 2016. The next City or Municipality Council Member Elections will be held on 13th May 2019.

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Philippines Election Results 2019

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The Filipino National and Local Elections are due to be held on 13th May2019. The results for the 2019 elections will be released on the next day of the elections. The 2019 Philippines Elections are to be held for 12 Senate seats, all the seats in the House of Representatives, and the local elections for the posts of Governors, Vice-Governors, Provincial Body Members, Mayors, Vice-Mayors, City Councilors, Municipal Councilors, and Youth Councilors. The last National and Local Elections were held in the month of May 2016. These Elections were held to elect the President, Vice-President, 12 Senate seats, House of Representatives to form the 17th Congress, and the local elections for Governors, Vice-Governors, Provincial Body Members, Mayors, Vice-Mayors, City Councilors, Municipal Councilors, and Youth Councilors. As we know the term of the President and the Vice-President is 6 years. These 2019 Election s will be conducted excluding President and Vice- President.

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The 2019 General Elections Philippines include the Senate Elections for 12 seats, all the Governor and Vice-Governor seats, for 772 Provincial Board Members seats in 81 Provinces, all the Mayor and Vice-Mayor seats in 145 cities and 1489 Municipalities, all the city councils and Municipal Councils.

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Major Political Parties in Philippines:

  • Philippine Democratic Party–People’s Power (PDP-Laban)
  • Liberal Party
  • Nationalist People’s Coalition (NPC)
  • Nationalist Party (Nacionalista)
  • National Unity Party (NUP)
  • Lakas (People Power–Christian Muslim Democrats)
  • United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
  • LDP (Struggle of Democratic Filipinos)
  • Akbayan Party ( Akbayan Citizen Action Party)
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Filipino Election results 2016:

The Filipino National and Local Elections 2016 were held on 9th May 2016 to elect the 16th President of Philippines, to form the 17th Filipino Congress, to form the 17th Senate, and to form other local bodies in Philippines. Rodrigo Duterte of Philippine Democratic Party won and became the 16th President of Philippines whereas Leni Robredo of Liberal Party won became the Vice-President of Philippines.

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Philippines Senate Election Results 2019:

S.NO Senate Seat Winner Party Runner-up Party
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How to Vote in Elections 2019 Philippines

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The Filipino General Elections for 17th Senate and 18th Congress are due to be held on 13th May 2019. To vote in the elections one should get registered to vote first, after the voter registration it is better to check and confirm the following details like voter registration record status, find and locate polling center, find precinct number. On the Election Day reach the polling center along with Voter ID and any valid identity document of Philippines.  After reaching the Polling center, first confirm your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.

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2019 Elections                    COMELEC                     2019 Election Results                  Type of Elections

How to Vote Filipino Senate Elections?

  • Visit the Filipino COMELEC official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Find your Precinct Number.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Center along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Center.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • For Senate Elections you have to cast 12 votes.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Center Online – http://www.comelec.gov.ph/

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How to Vote Filipino House of Representative Member Elections?

  • Visit the Filipino COMELEC official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Find your Precinct Number.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Center along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Center.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Center Online – http://www.comelec.gov.ph/

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How to Vote Filipino Governor Elections?

  • Visit the Filipino COMELEC official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Find your Precinct Number.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Center along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Center.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Center Online – http://www.comelec.gov.ph/

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How to Vote Filipino Provincial Board Member Elections?

  • Visit the Filipino COMELEC official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Find your Precinct Number.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Center along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Center.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Center Online – http://www.comelec.gov.ph/

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How to Vote Filipino Mayor Elections?

  • Visit the Filipino COMELEC official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Find your Precinct Number.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Center along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Center.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Center Online – http://www.comelec.gov.ph/

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How to Vote Filipino City Council Elections?

  • Visit the Filipino COMELEC official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Find your Precinct Number.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Center along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Center.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Center Online – http://www.comelec.gov.ph/

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How to Vote Filipino Municipal Council Elections?

  • Visit the Filipino COMELEC official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Find your Precinct Number.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Center along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Center.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Center Online – http://www.comelec.gov.ph/

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Elections in Philippines 2019

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2019 Filipino Elections:

The Filipino National and Local Elections are scheduled to be held in the month of May 2019, National Election include the Senate elections and House of Representative Member Elections. Local Elections include Governor Elections, Provincial Body Member Elections, Mayor Elections, and City and Municipality Councilor Elections. The last National and Local Elections in Philippines were held in the year 2016 along with the Presidential Elections. In Philippines the term of the Senator, Governor, Vice-Governor, Provincial Body Member, Mayor, Vice-Mayor, City and Municipality Councilor will be for three years and the Local elections will be held once in every three years on second Monday of May.

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Senate Election Philippines 2019 Schedule:

The Philippines Senate has 24 seats, the Filipino Senate Elections will be held once in 3 years on second Monday of May. During the Filipino Senate Election 12 Senators are elected. The eligible Filipino voters must vote 12 votes during the senate elections. The next Senator Elections in Philippines will be held on 13th May 2019.

Filipino Senate Election Day – 13/05/2019 – 13th May 2019 – Monday

The term of the Senator in Philippines will be for 3 years.

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House of Representative Member Election Philippines 2019 Schedule:

The Filipino House of Representatives have 292 seats, the last House of Representatives election was held in May 2016. The House of Representative Election will be held in May 2019.

Filipino House of Representative Member Election Day – 13/05/2019 – 13th May 2019 – Monday

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Governor Election Philippines 2019 Schedule:

The Governor Elections in Philippines will be held once in every three years, along with the Governor Vice-Governor will be elected. Each Province of Philippines is represented by a Governor and a Vice-Governor. The term of the Governor and the Vie-Governor is 3 years. The last Governor Elections were held in the year 2016 along with the Presidential Elections. The next Governor election will be held in the month of May 2019.

Filipino Governor Election Day – 13/05/2019 – 13th May 2019 – Monday

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Provincial Body Member Election Philippines 2019 Schedule:

The Provincial Body members Elections in Philippines will be held once in every three years. The term of the Provincial Body member is 3 years. The last Provincial Body member Elections were held in the year 2016 along with the Presidential Elections. The next Provincial Body member will be held in the month of May 2019.

Filipino Provincial Body Member Election Day – 13/05/2019 – 13th May 2019 – Monday

Mayor Election Philippines 2019 Schedule:

The Mayor Elections in Philippines will be held once in every three years, along with the Mayor Vice-Mayor will be elected. Each City and Municipality of Philippines is represented by a Mayor and a Vice-Mayor. The term of the Mayor and the Vice-Mayor is 3 years. The last Mayor Elections were held in the year 2016 along with the Presidential Elections. The next Mayor election will be held in the month of May 2019.

Filipino Mayor Election Day – 13/05/2019 – 13th May 2019 – Monday

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City and Municipality Councilor Election Philippines 2019 Schedule:

The City and Municipality Member Elections in Philippines will be held once in every three years to elect the City and Municipality Councilor. The term of the City and Municipality Councilor is 3 years. The last City and Municipality Councilor Elections were held in the year 2016 along with the Presidential Elections. The next City and Municipality Councilor Elections will be held in the month of May 2019.

Filipino City and Municipality Councilor Election Day – 13/05/2019 – 13th May 2019 – Monday

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2019 Filipino Elections Schedule:

S.NO Election Type Election Date Election Day
1 Senate Elections 13/05/2019 Monday
2 House of Representatives Election 13/05/2019 Monday
3 Governor Elections 13/05/2019 Monday
4 Provincial Board Member Elections 13/05/2019 Monday
5 Mayor Elections 13/05/2019 Monday
6 City & Municipal Councilor Elections 13/05/2019 Monday
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2019 Filipino Elections:

S.NO Election Type Post Number of Posts
1 Senate Elections Senator 12
2 House of Representatives Election House of Representative Member 292
3 Governor Elections Governor All
4 Governor Elections Vice-Governor All
5 Provincial Board Member Elections Provincial Board Member 772
6 Mayor Elections Mayor 1634
7 Mayor Elections Vice-Mayor 1634
8 City & Municipal Councilor Elections City Council All
9 City & Municipal Councilor Elections Municipal Council 11,924
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