2004 Philippine House of Representatives elections

Elections for the House of Representatives of the Philippines were held on May 10, 2004. Being held together with presidential election, the party of the incumbent president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, Lakas-Christian Muslim Democrats, and by extension the administration-led coalition, the Koalisyon ng Katapatan at Karanasan sa Kinabukasan (K4), won majority of the seats in the House of Representatives.[1]

2004 Philippine House of Representatives elections

← 2001 May 10, 2004 2007 →

All 261 seats in the House of Representatives (including underhangs)
131 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
  Jose de Venecia junior 2007.jpg Chiz.jpg
Leader Jose de Venecia Jr. Francis Escudero
Party Lakas NPC
Alliance K4 KNP
Leader's seat Pangasinan–4th Sorsogon–1st
Last election 73 seats 40 seats
Seats won 92 53
Seat change Increase 19 Increase 13

  Third party Fourth party
  Noynoy Aquino.jpg Carlos Padilla LPP.jpg
Leader Benigno Aquino III Carlos Padilla
Party Liberal LDP
Alliance K4 KNP
Leader's seat Tarlac–2nd Nueva Vizcaya-Lone
Last election 19 seats 21 seats
Seats won 29 15
Seat change Increase 10 Decrease 6

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Speaker before election

Jose de Venecia Jr.
Lakas

Elected Speaker

Jose de Venecia Jr.
Lakas

The elected representatives served in the 13th Congress from 2004 to 2007.

ResultsEdit

District PL
92 53 29 15 20 28
Lakas NPC LP LDP Oth PL

District electionsEdit

 
PartySeats+/–
Lakas–CMD92+19
Nationalist People's Coalition53+13
Liberal Party29+10
Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino15−6
Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino5+3
Aksyon Demokratiko20
Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino2+1
Nacionalista Party2New
PDP–Laban2+1
Kilusang Bagong Lipunan1New
Partido Demokratiko Sosyalista ng Pilipinas10
Partido para sa Demokratikong Reporma1−2
Independent4−4
Party-list seats[a]52+1
Total261+5
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.
  1. ^ Only 28 were seated in the party-list election.

Party-list electionEdit

 
Result of the Philippine House of Representatives party-list election. Proportion of votes (inner ring) as compared to proportion of seats (outer ring) of the political parties. Parties that did not win any seat are represented by a gray pie slice, unfilled seats due to the 3-seat cap and 2% threshold are denoted by a black slice.
PartyVotes%+/–Seats+/–
Bayan Muna1,203,3059.46−1.8430
Association of Philippine Electric Cooperatives934,9957.35+2.0430
Akbayan852,4736.70+4.203+1
Buhay Hayaan Yumabong705,7305.55+3.632+1
Anakpawis538,3964.23+4.232+1
Citizens' Battle Against Corruption495,1933.89+1.752+1
Gabriela Women's Party464,5863.65New2+1
Partido ng Manggagawa448,0723.52+2.092+1
Butil Farmers Party429,2593.37+1.192+1
Alliance of Volunteer Educators343,4982.70New1New
Alagad340,9772.68+1.911New
Veterans Freedom Party340,7592.68−1.161+1
Cooperative NATCCO Network Party270,9502.13+0.631New
Anak Mindanao269,7502.12+0.4310
Ang Laban ng Indiginong Filipino269,3452.12New1New
An Waray268,1642.11New1New
Alyansang Bayanihan ng mga Magsasaka Mangagawang Bukid at Mangingisda and Adhikain at Kilusan ng Ordinaryong Tao251,5971.98New0
Alliance for Nationalism and Democracy244,1371.92New0
Senior Citizens/Elderly236,5711.86New0
Philippines Guardians Brotherhood213,6621.68New0
Ang Nagkakaisang Kabataan para sa Sambayanan213,0681.67New0
Trade Union Congress Party201,3961.58New0
Sanlakas189,5171.49+0.490−1
Bigkis Pinoy186,2641.46+0.430
Suara Bangsamoro164,4941.29New0
Philippine Coconut Producers Federation163,9521.29−0.230−1
Sagip-Kapwa Foundation161,7971.27New0
Aksyon Sambayan156,4671.23New0
People's Movement Against Poverty144,7401.14New0
Barangay Association for National Advancement and Transparency143,4541.13New0
Abay Pamiliya Foundation133,9521.05+0.980
Samahan ng mga Mangangakal para sa Ikauunlad ng Lokal na Ekonomiya133,4251.05New0
Abanse! Pinay115,8550.91+0.020−1
Migrante Sectoral Party of Overseas Filipinos and their Families110,5070.87New0
Alab Katipunan92,2620.73New0
Assalam Bangsamoro People's Party91,9750.72New0
Gabay ng Manggagawang Pilipino Party89,9780.71+0.590
Alyansa ng may Kapansanang Pinoy86,6730.68New0
Pinoy Overseas79,2140.62New0
Ahonbayan68,2030.54+0.350
Advocates and Adherents of Social Justice for School Teachers and Allied Workers65,5960.52New0
Seaman's Party65,2310.51+0.010
Bahandi sa Kaumahan ug Kadagatan61,6650.48New0
National Federation of Small Coconut Farmers Organization55,3780.44New0
Bagong Tao Movement52,9190.42New0
Alyansa ng Sambayanan para sa Pagbabago50,0630.39New0
Maritime Party48,0370.38−0.270
Visayas Farmers Party42,9200.34New0
The True Marcos Loyalist (For God Country and People)42,0500.33−0.810
Mindanao Federation of Small Coconut Farmers Organization39,1940.31New0
Philippine Confederation of Drivers Organization and Alliance of Concerned Transport Operators38,0930.30New0
Organisasyon ng Manggagawang Mag-aangat sa Republika38,3890.30New0
Confederation of Grains Retailers Association of the Philippines33,9500.27New0
Lapiang Manggagawa31,3860.25New0
Philippine Association of Retired Persons30,9840.24New0
Farmers and Fisherfolks Aggrupation of the Philippines28,7390.23New0
Aging Pilipino Organization27,6090.22New0
Kaisang Loob para sa Marangal na Paninirahan26,3920.21New0
Partido Katutubo Pilipino22,3700.18New0
Partido Isang Bansa, Isang Diwa17,9940.14New0
Visayan Association of the Philippines13,3400.10New0
Novelty Entrepreneurship & Livelihood for Food13,2660.10New0
Tribal Association of the Philippines8,7530.07New0
Federation of Land Reform Farmers of the Philippines8,6600.07New0
Sandigang Maralita7,9920.06−0.010
Democratic Workers of the Philippines3,9000.03−0.010
Total12,723,482100.0028+11
Valid votes12,723,48296.07+52.92
Invalid/blank votes520,0223.93−52.92
Total votes13,241,974
Registered voters/turnout44,872,00729.51−12.17
Source: COMELEC

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Quezon, Manuel III (2007-06-06). "An abnormal return to normality". PCIJ.org. Archived from the original on 2010-11-29. Retrieved 2010-12-06.

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