1941 Philippine general election

General elections were held in the Philippines on November 11, 1941. Incumbent President Manuel Luis Quezon won an unprecedented second partial term as President of the Philippines via a landslide. His running mate, Vice President Sergio Osmeña also won via landslide. The elected officials however, did not serve their terms from 1942 to 1945 due to World War II. In 1943, a Japanese-sponsored Republic was established and appointed José P. Laurel as president. From 1943 to 1945, the Philippines had two presidents. Quezon died in 1944 due to tuberculosis and was replaced by Sergio Osmeña.

ResultsEdit

PresidentEdit

CandidatePartyVotes%
Manuel L. QuezonNacionalista Party1,340,32081.78
Juan SumulongPopular Front298,60818.22
Hilario MoncadoModernist Party00.00
Total1,638,928100.00

Vice presidentEdit

CandidatePartyVotes%
Sergio OsmeñaNacionalista Party1,445,89792.10
Emilio JavierPopular Front124,0357.90
Total1,569,932100.00

SenateEdit

e • d Summary of the November 11, 1941 Senatorial election results
Candidate a b Party Tenure c
Alauya Alonto2 Nacionalista Served
Antonio de las Alas Nacionalista Served
Melecio Arranz Nacionalista Served
Nicolas Buendia Nacionalista Served
Mariano Jesús Cuenco Nacionalista Served
Ramon J. Fernandez Nacionalista Served
Carlos P. Garcia Nacionalista Served
Pedro C. Hernaez Nacionalista Served
Domingo Imperial Nacionalista Served
Vicente Madrigal Nacionalista Arrested
Daniel Maramba Nacionalista Died
Rafael Fernandez Nacionalista Served 1
José Ozámiz Nacionalista Executed
Quintin Paredes Nacionalista Arrested
Elpidio Quirino Nacionalista Served
Vicente Rama Nacionalista Served
Esteban de la Rama Nacionalista Served
Claro M. Recto Nacionalista Arrested
Eulogio A. Rodriguez, Sr. Nacionalista Arrested
Manuel Roxas Nacionalista Served
Prospero E. Sebastian Nacionalista Arrested
Emiliano Tria Tirona Nacionalista Arrested
Ramon Torres Nacionalista Served
José Yulo Nacionalista Arrested
Note: Tally of votes were destroyed during World War II. Source: Philippine Senate
^a The following were detained because of collaboration charges with the Japanese: Antonio de las Alas, Vicente Madrigal, Quintin Paredes, Claro M. Recto, Eulogio Rodriguez, Proceso E. Sebastian, Emiliano Tria Tirona and José Yulo.
^b Daniel Maramba died and Jose Ozamis was executed during the war.
^c The senators elected in 1941 served only from July 5, 1945 to April 23, 1946 except for Alauya Alonto, Esteban de la Rama, Pedro C. Hernaez, Vicente Madrigal, Vicente Rama, Eulogio A. Rodriguez, Sr., Proceso E. Sebastian, and Emiliano Tria Tirona, who served until May 22, 1947.
^1 Replaced Norberto Romuáldez who died on the eve of the elections.
^2 Alauya Alonto used his Muslim Name "Sa Ramain" during the elections.

House of RepresentativesEdit

 
PartySeats+/–
Nacionalista Party95−3
Independent3+3
Total980
Source: Teehankee, Julio (2002). "Electoral Politics in the Philippines" (PDF). In Croissant, Aurel (ed.). Electoral Politics in Southeast and East Asia. Singapore: Fiedrich-Ebert-Siftung. pp. 149–202 – via quezon.ph.
and Presidential Communications Development & Strategic Planning Office (2015). Philippine Electoral Almanac (Revised and expanded ed.). Manila: Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office – via Internet Archive.

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