1969 Philippine presidential election

The Philippine presidential and vice presidential elections of 1969 were held on November 11, 1969. Incumbent President Ferdinand Marcos won a second full term as President of the Philippines. Marcos was the last president in the entire electoral history of the Philippines who ran for and won 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, but ten of those were nuisance candidates.

1969 Philippine presidential election

← 1965 November 11, 1969 1981 →
Turnout79.6% Increase 3.2%
  Ferdinand Marcos at the White House.jpg Serging Osmeña.jpg
Nominee Ferdinand Marcos Sergio Osmeña Jr.
Party Nacionalista Liberal
Running mate Fernando Lopez Genaro Magsaysay
Popular vote 5,017,343 3,143,122
Percentage 61.47% 38.51%

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Presidential election results per province.

President before election

Ferdinand E. Marcos
Nacionalista

Elected President

Ferdinand E. Marcos
Nacionalista

ResultsEdit

For 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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Popular vote
Marcos
61.47%
Osmeña
38.51%
Others
0.02%

Breakdown of votesEdit

Province F.Marcos S.Osmeña, Jr.
Abra 41,606 1,925
Agusan del Norte
    •  Butuan City
24,015
23,773
16,722
18,729
Agusan del Sur 31,938 16,520
Aklan 38,492 28,609
Albay
    •  Legazpi City
84,071
16,874
46,145
7,082
Antique 30,042 31,865
Bataan 41,163 18,713
Batanes 3,526 1,029
Batangas
    •  Batangas City
    •  Lipa City
129,335
17,151

9,985
58,676
8,154
12,592
Benguet
    •  Baguio
19,752
14,930
11,698
4,690
Bohol
    •  Tagbilaran City
106,944
5,839
53,353
3,783
Bukidnon 28,431 24,130
Bulacan 136,701 95,369
Cagayan 110,533 9,220
Camarines Norte 30,708 27,556
Camarines Sur
    •  Iriga City
    •  Naga City
92,137
7,021
8,372
66,714
5,834
6,889
Camiguin 9,916 6,033
Capiz
    •  Roxas City
44,152
8,316
26,642
9,387
Catanduanes 38,681 4,820
Cavite
    •  Cavite City
    •  Tagaytay
    •  Trece Martires
65,686
8,492

1,165
304
49,663
6,735
1,937
1,338
Cebu
    •  Cebu City
    •  Danao City
    •  Lapu-Lapu City
    •  Mandaue City
    •  Toledo
156,091
33,392
15,416
7,123
5,751
9,874
117,283
48,984
877
9,501
6,804

8,171
Cotabato
    •  Cotabato City
100,336
7,801
65,900
2,914
Davao del Norte 52,088 25,419
Davao del Sur
    •  Davao City
35,054
44,999
21,311
25,594
Davao Oriental 29,749 12,838
Eastern Samar 36,457 19,231
Ifugao 6,927 5,521
Ilocos Norte
    •  Laoag City
80,631
18,110
1,215
520
Ilocos Sur 95,379 8,860
Iloilo
    •  Iloilo City
123,461
29,096
119,393
27,015
Isabela 91,299 24,932
Kalinga-Apayao 21,257 5,663
Laguna
    •  San Pablo City
102,766
16,142
57,730
12,402
La Union 89,165 9,157
Lanao del Norte
    •  Iligan City
53,053
9,486
10,364
13,827
Lanao del Sur
    •  Marawi City
45,696
7,408
35,199
5,438
Leyte
    •  Ormoc City
    •  Tacloban City
134,680
11,250
11,696
72,055
4,794
5,730
Manila, City of 182,956 153,541
Marinduque 22,934 13,303
Masbate 45,662 39,994
Misamis Occidental
    •  Ozamis City
    •  Tangub City
41,323
11,032

3,001
19,407
8,700
3,024
Misamis Oriental
    •  Cagayan de Oro City
    •  Gingoog City
33,242
14,711
6,769
25,518
12,438
6,172
Mountain Province 9,981 4,518
Negros Occidental
    •  Bacolod
    •  Bago
    •  Cadiz City
    •  La Carlota City
    •  San Carlos City
    •  Silay City
114,154
25,998

8,483
12,687
7,515

7,831
14,144
84,178
23,797
9,290
1,378
3,983
8,661
6,583
Negros Oriental
    •  Bais
    •  Canlaon City
    •  Dumaguete City
62,944
3,271
1,948
7,224
47,667
3,420
1,327
6,769
Northern Samar 29,544 28,337
Nueva Ecija
    •  Cabanatuan City
    •  Palayan City
    •  San Jose City
113,667
13,558
1,686
8,903
54,776
8,129
493
2,253
Nueva Vizcaya 34,763 10,818
Occidental Mindoro 23,085 12,053
Oriental Mindoro 44,060 27,879
Palawan 23,602 20,705
Pampanga
    •  Angeles City
34,801
7,212
85,292
10,889
Pangasinan
    •  Dagupan City
    •  San Carlos City
207,458
12,836
10,776
113,724
9,649
9,192
Quezon
    •  Lucena City
114,768
10,043
88,306
8,028
Rizal
    •  Caloocan
    •  Pasay
    •  Quezon City
192,410
26,417
24,714
67,216
142,726
19,338
19,838
46,905
Romblon 20,197 19,832
Samar
    •  Calbayog City
38,979
11,012
27,210
6,933
Sorsogon 67,275 34,917
South Cotabato
    •  General Santos City
36,110
7,758
25,738
7,472
Southern Leyte 37,629 22,379
Sulu 78,722 39,608
Surigao del Norte 56,683 8,857
Surigao del Sur 33,912 25,625
Tarlac 76,078 43,487
Zambales
    •  Olongapo City
41,622
10,550
18,440
8,734
Zamboanga del Norte
    •  Dapitan City
53,909
7,234
21,511
2,550
Zamboanga del Sur
    •  Basilan City
    •  Pagadian City
    •  Zamboanga City
57,244
7,536
6,399
17,481
36,107
7,704
4,576
11,250
Total: 5,017,343 3,043,122

For 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
.
Popular vote
Lopez
62.75%
Magsaysay
37.24%

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