1969 Philippine general election

Presidential, legislative and local elections were held on November 11, 1969, in the Philippines. Incumbent President Ferdinand Marcos won an unprecedented second full term as President of the Philippines. Marcos was the last president in the entire electoral history who ran and won for a second term. His running mate, incumbent Vice President Fernando Lopez was also elected to a third full term as Vice President of the Philippines. An unprecedented twelve candidates ran for president, however ten of those were nuisance candidates.

ResultsEdit

PresidentEdit

CandidatePartyVotes%
Ferdinand MarcosNacionalista Party5,017,34362.24
Sergio Osmeña Jr.Liberal Party3,043,12237.75
Pascual RacuyalIndependent7780.01
Segundo BaldoviPartido ng Bansa1770.00
Pantaleon PaneloIndependent1230.00
German VillanuevaIndependent820.00
Gaudencio BuenoNew Leaf Party440.00
Angel ComagonIndependent350.00
Cesar BulacanIndependent310.00
Espiridion BuencaminoNP230.00
Nic GarcesPhilippine Pro-Socialist Party230.00
Benito JoseIndependent230.00
Total8,061,804100.00
Valid votes8,061,80498.28
Invalid/blank votes140,9891.72
Total votes8,202,793100.00
Registered voters/turnout10,300,89879.63
Source: Dieter Nohlen; Florian Grotz; Christof Hartmann; Graham Hassall; Soliman M. Santos.
Elections in Asia and the Pacific: A Data Handbook: Volume II: South East Asia, East Asia, and the South Pacific
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Vice PresidentEdit

CandidatePartyVotes%
Fernando LopezNacionalista Party5,001,73762.75
Genaro MagsaysayLiberal Party2,968,52637.24
Victoriano MallariPartido ng Bansa2290.00
Modesto T. JalandoniPhilippine Pro-Socialist Party1610.00
Total7,970,653100.00
Valid votes7,970,65397.17
Invalid/blank votes232,1402.83
Total votes8,202,793100.00
Registered voters/turnout10,300,89879.63
Source: Dieter Nohlen; Florian Grotz; Christof Hartmann; Graham Hassall; Soliman M. Santos.
Elections in Asia and the Pacific: A Data Handbook: Volume II: South East Asia, East Asia, and the South Pacific
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SenateEdit

e • d Summary of the November 11, 1969 Philippine Senate election result
Rank Candidate Party Votes %
1 Arturo Tolentino Nacionalista 4,826,809 58.8%
2 Gil Puyat Nacionalista 4,609,233 56.2%
3 Jose Diokno Nacionalista 4,566,353 55.7%
4 Lorenzo Sumulong Nacionalista 4,204,044 51.3%
5 Ambrosio Padilla Liberal 3,999,662 48.8%
6 Gerardo Roxas Liberal 3,952,644 48.2%
7 Rene Espina Nacionalista 3,668,334 44.7%
8 Mamintal Tamano Nacionalista 3,458,193 42.2%
9 Rafael Palmares Nacionalista 3,393,677 41.4%
10 Eddie Ilarde Liberal 3,154,908 38.5%
11 Rodolfo Ganzon Nacionalista 2,799,849 34.1%
12 Tecla San Andres Ziga Liberal 2,742,113 33.4%
13 Juan Liwag Liberal 2,355,377 28.7%
14 Gaudencio Mañalac Liberal 2,250,665 27.4%
15 Manuel Cases Liberal 1,909,248 23.3%
16 Vincenzo Sagun Liberal 1,891,827 23.1%
17 Roger Nite Partido Bagong Pilipino 9,087 0.1%
18 Ernesto Hidalgo NP 7,321 0.1%
19 Marcelina M. Angeles Partido ng Bansa 5,192 0.1%
20 Antonio Mendoza LP 3,843 0.0%
21 Elsie Bawisan Partido ng Bansa 2,176 0.0%
22 Petronilo Cordero Partido ng Bansa 1,983 0.0%
23 Avelina Pulido Partido ng Bansa 1,837 0.0%
24 Tanni Ibarra Partido ng Bansa 1,624 0.0%
25 Tomas Talania Partido ng Bansa 1,477 0.0%
26 Mauro Macaso Partido ng Bansa 1,443 0.0%
27 Alejandro Gador Partido ng Mangagawa/Labor Party 1,440 0.0%
28 Estrada Jakosalem New Leaf Party 947 0.0%
29 Leopoldo Relayson Partido ng Bansa 793 0.0%
Total turnout 8,202,793 79.6%
Total votes 53,822,099 N/A
Registered voters 10,300,898 100.0%
Note: A total of 29 candidates ran for senator. Source:[1]

House of RepresentativesEdit

PartyVotes%+/–Seats+/–
Nacionalista Party4,590,37458.93+17.1788+50
Liberal Party2,641,78633.91−17.4118−43
Independent Nacionalista129,4241.66+0.672+1
Independent Liberal24,5460.32−1.160−1
Party for Philippine Progress5,0310.06−0.5200
Young Philippines3,9170.05−0.1200
Reformist Party430.00New00
Independent394,7005.07+1.372−1
Total7,789,821100.00110+6
Valid votes7,789,82194.97
Invalid/blank votes412,9705.03
Total votes8,202,791100.00
Registered voters/turnout10,300,89879.63
Source: Dieter Nohlen; Florian Grotz; Christof Hartmann; Graham Hassall; Soliman M. Santos.
Elections in Asia and the Pacific: A Data Handbook: Volume II: South East Asia, East Asia, and the South Pacific
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& Julio Teehankee. "Electoral Politics in the Philippines" (PDF). quezon.ph.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Christof Hartmann; Graham Hassall; Soliman M. Santos, Jr. (2001). Dieter Nohlen, Florian Grotz and Christof Hartmann (ed.). Elections in Asia and the Pacific Vol. II. Oxford University Press. pp. 185–230. ISBN 0199249598.

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