2019 Philippine House of Representatives elections

The 2019 Philippine House of Representatives elections were the 35th lower house elections in the Philippines. They were held on May 13, 2019 to elect members to the House of Representatives.

2019 Philippine House of Representatives elections

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All 304 seats in the House of Representatives of the Philippines
153 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  HoR Official Portrait Lord Allan Jay Velasco.jpg Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano (18th Congress PH).jpg Fuentebella-f.jpg
Leader Lord Allan Jay Velasco Alan Peter Cayetano Arnulfo Fuentebella
Party PDP–Laban Nacionalista NPC
Leader's seat Marinduque Taguig-Pateros Camarines Sur–4th
Last election 3 seats, 1.90% 24 seats, 9.42% 42 seats, 17.04%
Seats before 94 37 33
Seats won 82 42 36
Seat change Decrease 12 Increase 5 Increase 3
Popular vote 12,564,335 6,554,911 5,644,007
Percentage 31.28% 16.32% 14.05%
Swing Increase 29.38% Increase 6.90% Decrease 2.99%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  HoR Official Portrait Fredenil Castro - 18th Congress.jpg Rep. Ferdinand Romualdez (18th Congress PH).jpg
Leader Fredenil Castro Jose Christopher Belmonte Ferdinand Martin Romualdez
Party NUP Liberal Lakas
Leader's seat Capiz–2nd Quezon City–6th Leyte–1st
Last election 23 seats, 9.67% 115 seats, 41.72% 4 seats, 1.54%
Seats before 28 18 5
Seats won 25 18 11
Seat change Decrease 3 Steady Increase 6
Popular vote 3,852,909 2,321,759 1,928,716
Percentage 9.59% 5.78% 4.80%
Swing Decrease 0.08% Decrease 35.94% Increase 3.26%

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Election results; map refers to results from congressional districts, with parts of Greater Manila Area and Metro Cebu at the inset, while the boxes to the left represent party-list seats.

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Composition of the House of Representatives after the election

Speaker before election

Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
PDP–Laban

Elected Speaker

Alan Peter Cayetano
Nacionalista

Candidates were expected to be either for or against President Rodrigo Duterte. As the Philippines has a multi-party system, those who are for (or against) Duterte may find themselves running against each other. Other districts that may be seen as safe seats may see a candidate elected unopposed. Several seats have not been apportioned since 1907, gerrymandering on some newly-apportioned seats and entrenchment of political dynasties make competitive races in so-called swing seats rare. The Liberal Party is expected to lead the opposition against PDP–Laban.

The pro-Duterte parties overwhelmingly won most of the seats in the House. Pro-Duterte party-list ACT-CIS emerged as the topnotcher in the party-list election. There was infighting among the pro-Duterte parties on who should be elected Speaker. Alan Peter Cayetano agreed on term-sharing with Lord Allan Jay Velasco for the speakership, with the former serving for the first 15 months, while the latter serving for the last 21 months.

Electoral systemEdit

The Philippines uses parallel voting for its lower house elections. There are currently 297 seats in the House; 238 of these are district representatives, and 59 are party-list representatives. Philippine law mandates that there should be one party-list representative for every four district representatives. District representatives are elected under the plurality voting system from single-member districts. Party-list representatives are elected via the nationwide vote with a 2% "soft" election threshold, with a 3-seat cap. The party in the party-list election with the most votes usually wins three seats, the other parties with more than 2% of the vote two seats, and the parties with less than 2% of the vote winning a seat each if the 20% quota is not met.

Campaigning for elections from congressional districts seats are decidedly local; the candidates are most likely a part of an election slate that includes candidates for other positions in the locality, and slates may comprise different parties. The political parties contesting the election make no attempt to create a national campaign.[citation needed]

Party-list campaigning, on the other hand, is done on a national scale. Parties usually attempt to appeal to a specific demographic. Polling is usually conducted for the party-list election, while pollsters may release polls on specific district races. In district elections, pollsters do not attempt to make forecasts on how many votes a party would achieve, nor the number of seats a party would win; they do attempt to do that in party-list elections, though.[citation needed]

Participating partiesEdit

Contesting district electionsEdit

Party Leader House leader Support of Duterte's policies[citation needed] Total seats Current bloc
PDP–Laban President Rodrigo Duterte Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (Pampanga) Very supportive[citation needed] 94 Majority except for 2 with the minority.
Nacionalista Manny Villar Deputy Speaker Pia Cayetano (Taguig) Supportive 37 Majority except for 1 with the minority.
NPC Danding Cojuangco Arnulfo Fuentebella (Camarines Sur) Generally supportive 33 Majority except for 1 with the minority.
NUP Albert Garcia Deputy Speaker Fredenil Castro (Capiz) Generally supportive 28 Majority.
Liberal Vice President Leni Robredo Teddy Baguilat (Ifugao) Generally opposed 18 Split; mostly in the independent minority, 5 with the majority.
Lakas Bong Revilla Minority Leader Danilo Suarez (Quezon) Nominally opposed 5 Split; mostly in majority except for 1 with the minority.

The seats held by each party were expected to change by the time candidacies were declared in late 2018.

Contesting via the party-list systemEdit

The parties under the Makabayan bloc was formerly supportive of Duterte's policies until Duterte suspended peace talks with the Communist Party of the Philippines.[citation needed] Akbayan is seen as opposed to Duterte's policies. Other parties are generally supportive of Duterte's policies.

District changesEdit

Reapportioning the number of seats is done via national reapportionment after the release of every census or via piecemeal redistricting for every province or city. National reapportionment has not happened since the 1987 Constitution took effect, and aside from piecemeal redistricting, the apportionment was based on the ordinance from the constitution, which was in turn based from the 1980 census.[citation needed]

House Bills (HB)[1] and Senate Bills[2] (SB) related to redistricting bills
Bill No. District(s) Current Proposed Notes Status Current representative
HB 93 Maguindanao–1st 1 2 Separation of Cotabato City to become a lone district. Pending at the committee level. Bai Sandra Sema PDP–Laban
HB 147 Bacolod 1 2 Bacolod to be split into two districts. Pending at the committee level. Greg Gasataya NPC
HB 514 Surigao del Norte–2nd 1 2 Surigao del Norte–2nd to be split into two districts. Pending at the committee level. Robert Ace Barbers Nacionalista
HB 990 Laguna–2nd 5 6 Separation of Calamba, Laguna to become a lone district. Signed into law – RA 11078. Jun Chipeco Jr. Nacionalista
HB 1219, 5585 Iloilo City 1 2 Iloilo City to be split into two districts. Approved on third reading; transmitted to the Senate. Jerry Treñas NUP
HB 1913 Nueva Ecija–2nd 1 2 Nueva Ecija–2nd to be split into two districts. Pending at the committee level. Micaela Violago NUP
HB 2341, 5367 Cavite 7 8 Reapportioning of Cavite's 6th and 7th districts from two districts to three. Signed into law – RA 11069[3] Roy Loyola
Luis Ferrer IV
Abraham Tolentino
HB 2348 Pampanga–1st 1 2 Separation of Angeles to become a lone district. Pending at the committee level. Carmelo Lazatin II Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo PDP–Laban
HB 2528, 6631 Southern Leyte 1 2 Southern Leyte to be split into two districts. Signed into law – RA 11198[4] Roger Mercado PDP–Laban
HB 3431 San Jose del Monte 1 2 San Jose del Monte to be split into two districts. Pending at the committee level. Florida Robes PDP–Laban
HB 4072 Quezon 4 7 Reapportioning of Quezon's districts from four districts to seven. Pending at the committee level. Various
HB 4523 Cebu–6th 1 2 Separation of Mandaue to become a lone district. Substituted by HB08511 Jonas Cortes PDP–Laban
HB 4670, 7522 Aklan 1 2 Aklan to be split into two districts. Signed into law – RA 11077. Carlito Marquez NPC
HB 4678, 5162 South Cotabato–1st 1 2 Separation of General Santos to become a lone district. Signed into law – RA 11243. Pedro Acharon Jr. NPC
HB 4692, 7778 Isabela 4 6 Reapportioning of Isabela's districts from four districts to six. Signed into law – RA 11080. Various
HB 5040 Zamboanga del Norte–3rd 1 2 Separation of a part of Zamboanga del Norte–3rd to become a province of Zamboanga Hermosa and constituting into two districts. Pending at the committee level. Isagani Amatong Liberal
HB 5186 Maguindanao 2 3 Reapportioning of Maguindanao's districts from two districts to three. Pending at the committee level. Various
HB 6746 Caloocan–1st 1 3 Caloocan–1st to be split into three districts. Pending at the committee level. Dale Malapitan PDP–Laban
HB 6895 Bulacan–1st 1 2 Separation of Malolos to become a lone district. Pending at the committee level. Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado NUP
HB 7413 Palawan–2nd 1 3 Separation of a part of Palawan's 2nd district to divide the province of Palawan into three separate provinces. Substituted by HB 8055. Various
HB 7999 Bohol 3 5 Reapportioning of Bohol's districts from three districts to five. Pending at the committee level. Erico Aristotle Aumentado NPC
HB 8055 Palawan–2nd 1 3 Separation of a part of Palawan's 2nd district to divide the province of Palawan into three separate provinces. Signed into law – RA 11259. Various
HB 8433 Laguna 1 2 Separation of Santa Rosa to become a lone district. Substituted by HB 9080. Arlene B. Arcillas PDP–Laban
HB 8511 Cebu–6th 1 2 Separation of a Mandaue to become a lone district. Signed into law – RA 11257.[5] Jonas Cortes PDP–Laban
HB 8824 Samar 2 1 Separation of a part of Samar-1st to become a province of Northwestern Samar. Pending at the committee level. Edgar Mary S. Sarmiento NUP
HB 9080 Laguna-1st 6 7 Separation of Santa Rosa to become a lone district. Signed into law – RA 11395. Arlene B. Arcillas Liberal
SB 1368 Iloilo City 1 2 Iloilo City to be split into two districts. Pending at the committee level. Jerry Treñas NUP
SB 1487 South Cotabato–1st 1 2 Separation of General Santos to become a lone district. Consolidated/Substituted in the Committee Report Pedro Acharon Jr. NPC
Approved districts 8 Potential new districts 31

In total, seven new district seats were created. Two were in Isabela, where the entire province was redistricted from four districts to six, and one each in Cavite, where the sixth and seventh districts were redistricted into three, Aklan and Southern Leyte, which were split into two districts, Laguna, where Calamba was separated from the second district and South Cotabato, where General Santos was separated from the first district.

As there are now 245 districts; therefore, there are 61 party-list seats (at least 20% of the total), an increase from 59. The 18th Congress shall then have 306 representatives. However, as preparations were already on its way when the laws for the creation of General Santos and Southern Leyte districts were made, the commission decided to delay elections for the four seats involved to October 2019; the ballots for those districts showed their previous conflagrations as if it were not redistricted yet. A lawsuit was then decided by the Supreme Court prior to rescheduled elections, ordering the commission to declare the winner of the election in South Cotabato's 1st district. Upon doing so, the commission then declared the winner of the unified Southern Leyte district as well. The first elections for these two districts shall be on 2022, at the next general election. This left the number of districts to 243, with still 61 party-list seats.

Retiring and term-limited incumbentsEdit

Term limitedEdit

These representatives are term-limited, and are thus not allowed to run in 2019:

RetiringEdit

These representatives are not term limited, but will not run:

  • Vicente Alcala (PDP–Laban, Quezon-2nd)
    Ran and lost for Governor of Quezon.[11]
  • Arlene Arcillas (PDP–Laban, Laguna-1st)
    Ran and won for Mayor of Santa Rosa, Laguna.[12]
  • Jennifer Austria-Barzaga (NUP, Cavite 4th)
    Ran and won for Mayor of Dasmariñas, Cavite.
  • Ferjenel Biron (National Unity Party, Iloilo-4th)
    Ran and lost for Governor of Iloilo.[13]
  • Pia Cayetano, (Nacionalista, Taguig–2nd)
    Ran and won for senator.
  • Vincent Crisologo (PDP–Laban, Quezon City–1st)
    Ran and lost for Mayor of Quezon City.[14]
  • Anna Katrina Enverga-dela Paz (NPC, Quezon-1st)
    Running for reelection, later withdrew
  • Gwendolyn Garcia (PDP–Laban, Cebu–3rd)
    Ran and won for Governor of Cebu.[15]
  • Alexandra Gonzales (PDP–Laban, Mandaluyong)
    Running for reelection, later withdrew
  • Datu Zajid Mangudadatu (PDP–Laban, Maguindanao-2nd)
    Ran and lost for senator
  • Danilo Suarez (Lakas, Quezon-3rd)
    Ran and won for Governor of Quezon.[11]
  • Chiqui Roa-Puno (NUP, Antipolo-1st)
    Not running for reelection
  • Monsour del Rosario (PDP–Laban, Makati-1st)
    Ran and lost for Vice Mayor of Makati.[16]
  • Gustavo Tambunting (PDP–Laban, Parañaque–2nd)
    Running for reelection, later withdrew

VacanciesEdit

These congressmen left office before their terms expired, and were not replaced. As the 17th Congress has not called for special elections, these seats remain vacant until the sine die adjournment. For party-list representatives, the next person on the list would assume office. In both instances this happened, the next person on the list replaced the person who resigned.

Marginal seatsEdit

These are the marginal seats that had a winning margin of 5% or less, in ascending order.

ResultsEdit

Congressional district electionsEdit

SummaryEdit

e • d Summary of the May 13, 2019 Philippine House of Representatives election results for representatives from congressional districts[22]
 
Party Popular vote Seats
Total % Swing Entered Up Won[23] % +/−
PDP–Laban (Philippine Democratic Party–People's Power) 12,653,960 31.23%   29.33% 127 94 82 26.97%   12
Nacionalista (Nationalist Party) 6,524,100 16.10%   6.68% 69 37 42 13.82%   5
NPC (Nationalist People's Coalition) 5,797,543 14.31%   2.73% 61 33 37 12.17%   4
NUP (National Unity Party) 3,852,909 9.51%   0.16% 42 28 25 8.22%   3
Liberal (Liberal Party) 2,321,759 5.73%   35.99% 26 18 18 5.92%  
Lakas (People Power–Christian Muslim Democrats) 2,069,871 5.11%   3.57% 29 5 12 3.95%   7
PFP (Federal Party of the Philippines) 965,048 2.38%   2.38% 32 2 5 1.64%   3
HNP (Faction of Change) 652,318 1.61%   1.61% 6 3 3 0.99%  
Aksyon (Democratic Action) 398,616 0.98%   0.40% 6 0 1 0.33%   1
PMP (Force of the Filipino Masses) 396,614 0.98%   0.77% 9 1 1 0.33%  
Bukidnon Paglaum (Hope for Bukidnon) 335,628 0.83%   0.48% 3 2 2 0.66%  
PDDS (Noble Blood Association of Federalists) 259,423 0.64%   0.64% 31 0 0 0.00%  
LDP (Struggle of Democratic Filipinos) 252,806 0.62%   0.32% 3 3 2 0.66%   1
UNA (United Nationalist Alliance) 232,657 0.57%   6.05% 7 0 0 0.00%  
HTL (Party of the People of the City) 197,024 0.49%   0.35% 1 0 1 0.33%   1
PPP (Palawan's Party of Change) 185,810 0.46%   0.46% 2 0 2 0.66%   2
Bileg (Ilocano Power) 158,523 0.39%   0.39% 1 1 1 0.33%  
PRP (People's Reform Party) 138,014 0.34%   0.34% 2 0 1 0.33%   1
Unang Sigaw (First Cry of Nueva Ecija) 120,674 0.30%   0.30% 1 0 0 0.00%  
KDP (Union of Democratic Filipinos) 116,453 0.29%   0.29% 4 0 0 0.00%  
Asenso Abrenio (Progress for Abrenians) 115,865 0.29%   0.29% 1 0 1 0.33%   1
Kambilan (Shield and Fellowship of Kapampangans) 107,078 0.26%   0.26% 1 0 0 0.00%  
Padayon Pilipino (Onward Filipinos) 98,450 0.24%   0.10% 2 0 0 0.00%  
Asenso Manileño (Progress for Manilans) 84,656 0.21%   0.29% 2 0 2 0.66%   2
Kusog Bicolandia (Force of Bicol) 82,832 0.20%   0.21% 2 0 0 0.00%  
CDP (Centrist Democratic Party of the Philippines) 81,741 0.20%   0.17% 1 0 1 0.33%   1
Navoteño (Navotas Party) 80,265 0.20%   0.20% 1 1 1 0.33%  
KABAKA (Partner of the Nation for Progress) 65,836 0.16%   0.03% 1 1 1 0.33%  
PDSP (Philippine Social Democratic Party) 56,223 0.14%   0.14% 3 0 0 0.00%  
Bagumbayan (New Nation-Volunteers for a New Philippines) 33,731 0.08%   0.08% 1 0 0 0.00%  
KBL (New Society Movement) 33,594 0.08%   0.45% 1 0 0 0.00%  
AZAP (Forward Zamboanga Party) 28,605 0.07%   0.07% 1 0 0 0.00%  
WPP (Labor Party Philippines) 9,718 0.02%   0.00% 2 0 0 0.00%  
DPP (Democratic Party of the Philippines) 1,110 0.00%   0.00% 1 0 0 0.00%  
HSS (Surigao Sur Party) 816 0.00%   0.00% 1 0 0 0.00%  
PGRP (Philippine Green Republican Party) 701 0.00%   0.01% 1 0 0 0.00%  
Independent 2,014,211 4.97%   0.86% 143 1 2 0.66%   1
TotalA 40,524,366 100% N/A 627 238 243 79.9%   5
Valid votes 40,524,366 86.90%   0.39%
Invalid votes 6,106,908 13.10%   0.39%
Turnout 46,631,274 75.40%
Registered voters (without overseas voters) 61,843,771 100%   11.48%

Notes:

^ The congressional districts for General Santos and both Southern Leyte's districts were supposedly done later in 2019, as these were approved after the ballots were printed. Elections for South Cotabato as two districts, where General Santos is included in the 1st district, and Southern Leyte's lone district, still proceeded, but all votes were declared as stray. However, the Supreme Court ruled that the result of the election for South Cotabato's 1st district, stood, ordering the commission to proclaim Shirlyn L. Bañas-Nograles as the winner.[24] The commission then decided that the winner in Southern Leyte's congressional election, Roger Mercado, be proclaimed as well.[25]

Vote share
PDP–Laban
31.28%
Nacionalista
16.32%
NPC
14.05%
NUP
9.59%
Liberal
5.78%
Lakas
4.80%
Others
18.19%
Congressional district seats
PDP–Laban
33.74%
Nacionalista
17.28%
NPC
15.23%
NUP
10.29%
Liberal
7.41%
Lakas
4.94%
Others
11.11%

Result by congressional districtEdit

Congressional district Incumbent Winner Winning
margin
Runner-up
Abra Asenso Abrenio Joseph Sto. Niño Bernos 71.83% PDDS Vicky Corpus
Agusan del Norte–1st Nacionalista Lawrence Lemuel Fortun 62.96% PDP–Laban Uncle Sam Amante
Agusan del Norte–2nd Nacionalista Erlpe John Amante PDP–Laban Angelica Amante 26.59% Nacionalista Erlpe John Amante
Agusan del Sur–1st PDP–Laban Maria Valentina Plaza NUP Alfelito Bascug 28.37% PDSP Boyet Plaza
Agusan del Sur–2nd PDP–Laban Evelyn Plaza-Mellana NUP Adolph Edward Plaza 78.23% Independent Dodge Corro
Aklan–1st New congressional district NPC Carlito Marquez 34.85% Independent Antonio Maming
Aklan–2nd New congressional district Nacionalista Teodorico Haresco Jr. 30.48% NPC Vicky Ramos
Albay–1st Liberal Edcel Lagman 11.03% NPC Herbie Aguas
Albay–2nd PDP–Laban Joey Salceda 89.28% Independent Gil Goyena
Albay–3rd PDP–Laban Fernando Gonzalez PDP–Laban Fernando Cabredo 9.06% Independent Reno Lim
Antipolo–1st NUP Cristina Roa-Puno NUP Roberto Puno 86.01% Independent Mack Aggarao
Antipolo–2nd NUP Romeo Acop NUP Resurreccion Acop Uncontested
Antique PDP–Laban Paolo Everardo Javier NPC Loren Legarda 47.39% Independent Exequiel Javier
Apayao PDP–Laban Eleanor Bulut-Begtang NPC Elias Bulut Jr. Uncontested
Aurora LDP Bellaflor Angara-Castillo LDP Rommel Rico Angara 26.78% Independent Narciso Amansec
Bacolod NPC Greg Gasataya 22.63% Lakas Monico Puentevilla
Baguio Nacionalista Mark Go 25.30% UNA Mauricio Domogan
Basilan Vacant Liberal Mujiv Hataman 62.85% KDP Omar Akbar
Bataan–1st PDP–Laban Geraldine Roman 83.18% KDP Emy Lubag
Bataan–2nd PDP–Laban Joet Garcia Uncontested
Batanes Vacant NPC Ciriaco Gato Jr. 2.50% Liberal Florencio Abad
Batangas–1st Nacionalista Eileen Ermita-Buhain 62.56% PDP–Laban Dong Apacible
Batangas–2nd Nacionalista Raneo Abu 77.83% PDP–Laban Nick Conti
Batangas–3rd PDP–Laban Maria Theresa Collantes 48.33% Independent Chona Dimayuga
Batangas–4th Nacionalista Lianda Bolilia 10.98% NPC Dong Mendoza
Batangas–5th Nacionalista Mario Vittorio Mariño Uncontested
Batangas–6th Nacionalista Vilma Santos-Recto 22.03% NPC Meynard Sabili
Benguet PDP–Laban Ronald Cosalan PDP–Laban Nestor Fongwan 61.17% Lakas Materno Luspian
Biliran Nacionalista Rogelio Espina PDP–Laban Gerardo Espina Jr. 9.19% PFP Mulong Bernardes
Biñan PDP–Laban Marlyn Alonte-Naguiat 67.50% PDDS Cris Antonio
Bohol–1st NUP Rene Relampagos Liberal Edgar Chatto 38.01% NPC Dan Lim
Bohol–2nd NPC Erico Aristotle Aumentado 42.17% NUP Agapito Avenido
Bohol–3rd PDP–Laban Arthur Yap Nacionalista Kristine Alexie Besas-Tutor 4.00% PFP Che Toribio
Bukidnon–1st BPP Maria Lourdes Acosta-Alba 90.98% PDP–Laban Jun Eligan
Bukidnon–2nd Nacionalista Florencio Flores Jr. PDP–Laban Jonathan Keith Flores 7.04% BPP Iñaki Zubiri
Bukidnon–3rd BPP Manuel Zubiri Uncontested
Bukidnon–4th Nacionalista Rogelio Neil Roque 55.01% PDP–Laban Rhea Rhenna Agripo
Bulacan–1st NUP Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado 52.93% PDP–Laban Sander Tantoco
Bulacan–2nd NUP Gavini Pancho 89.30% Independent Jimmy Villafuerte
Bulacan–3rd NUP Lorna Silverio 12.28% PDP–Laban Jonjon Mendoza
Bulacan–4th PDP–Laban Henry Villarica Uncontested
Cagayan–1st PDP–Laban Ramon Nolasco PDP–Laban Ramon Nolasco Jr. Uncontested
Cagayan–2nd NUP Baby Aline Vargas-Alfonso NUP Samantha Louise Vargas-Alfonso 41.29% PDP–Laban Darwin Sacramed
Cagayan–3rd NUP Randolph Ting PDP–Laban Joseph Lara 23.03% NUP Nancy Ting
Cagayan de Oro–1st PDP–Laban Rolando Uy 54.14% Padayon Pilipino Caesar Ian Acenas
Cagayan de Oro–2nd PDP–Laban Maximo Rodriguez Jr. CDP Rufus Rodriguez 27.26% PDP–Laban Alam Lim
Calamba New congressional district Nacionalista Jun Chipeco Jr. Uncontested
Caloocan–1st PDP–Laban Dale Malapitan Uncontested
Caloocan–2nd Liberal Edgar Erice 80.59% NUP Noel Cabuhat
Camarines Norte–1st NUP Renato Unico Jr. PDP–Laban Josefina Tallado 6.68% NUP Renato Unico
Camarines Norte–2nd PDP–Laban Marisol Panotes 34.11% Kusog Bicolandia Liwayway Chato
Camarines Sur–1st NPC Rolando Andaya Jr. NPC Marissa Andaya 35.56% Nacionalista Long Mejia
Camarines Sur–2nd Nacionalista Luis Raymund Villafuerte 2.18% NPC Maribel Andaya-Eusebio
Camarines Sur–3rd Liberal Gabriel Bordado 10.03% Nacionalista Luis Villafuerte
Camarines Sur–4th NPC Arnulfo Fuentebella NPC Arnulf Bryan Fuentebella 12.16% Nacionalista Nonoy Villafuerte Magtuto
Camarines Sur–5th Nacionalista Salvio Fortuno Nacionalista Jocelyn Fortuno 15.95% NPC Peachy Alfelor
Camiguin PDP–Laban Xavier Jesus Romualdo 78.17% PDDS Sito Ucab
Capiz–1st Liberal Emmanuel Billones 15.85% UNA Gingging Almalbis
Capitz–2nd NUP Fredenil Castro 91.73% PDDS Maria Vilma Besana
Catanduanes PDP–Laban Cesar Sarmiento Independent Hector Sanchez 8.35% Nacionalista Araceli Wong
Cavite–1st Liberal Francis Gerald Abaya 78.56% PMP Jholo Granados
Cavite–2nd NUP Strike Revilla Uncontested
Cavite–3rd PDP–Laban Alex Advincula Uncontested
Cavite–4th NUP Jennifer Barzaga NUP Elpidio Barzaga Jr. 57.27% PFP General Mantele
Cavite–5th NPC Roy Loyola NPC Dahlia Loyola 89.78% Independent Jo Carpio
Cavite–6th NUP Luis Ferrer IV Uncontested
Cavite–7th PDP–Laban Abraham Tolentino Nacionalista Jesus Crispin Remulla 35.66% Aksyon Gengen Arayata
Cavite–8th New congressional district PDP–Laban Abraham Tolentino Uncontested
Cebu–1st Independent Gerald Anthony Gullas Jr. Nacionalista Eduardo Gullas 64.80% PDDS Ron Del Mar
Cebu–2nd NUP Wilfredo Caminero 14.72% PDP–Laban Ronnie Cesante
Cebu–3rd PDP–Laban Gwendolyn Garcia PDP–Laban Pablo John Garcia 20.78% Independent John Henry Osmeña
Cebu–4th NUP Benhur Salimbangon NUP Janice Salimbangon 13.78% NPC Junie Martinez
Cebu–5th NPC Ramon Durano VI Lakas Vincent Franco Frasco 13.22% NPC Red Durano
Cebu–6th PDP–Laban Jonas Cortes PDP–Laban Emmarie Ouano-Dizon 60.52% NPC Baldomero Estenzo
Cebu–7th NPC Peter John Calderon 32.61% PDP–Laban Nelson Garcia
Cebu City–1st Liberal Raul del Mar 24.42% PDP–Laban Richard Yap
Cebu City–2nd LDP Rodrigo Abellanosa 22.45% PDP–Laban Joy Pesquera
Compostela Valley–1st HNP Maria Carmen Zamora HNP Manuel E. Zamora 5.00% Independent Franco Tito
Compostela Valley–2nd PDP–Laban Ruwel Peter Gonzaga Uncontested
Cotabato–1st PDP–Laban Jesus Sacdalan PDP–Laban Joselito Sacdalan 10.64% Nacionalista Loreto Cabaya Jr.
Cotabato–2nd PDP–Laban Nancy Catamco Nacionalista Rudy Caoagdan 12.82% PDP–Laban Efren Piñol
Cotabato–3rd Nacionalista Jose Tejada Uncontested
Davao City–1st Vacant HTL Paolo Duterte 93.95% Independent Susan Uyanguren
Davao City–2nd PDP–Laban Mylene Garcia-Albano HNP Vincent Garcia Uncontested
Davao City–3rd HNP Alberto Ungab HNP Isidro Ungab Uncontested
Davao del Norte–1st PDP–Laban Pantaleon Alvarez 42.82% HNP Anthony Del Rosario
Davao del Norte–2nd HNP Antonio Floirendo Jr. PDP–Laban Alan Dujali 14.87% HNP Antonio Floirendo Jr.
Davao del Sur Nacionalista Mercedes Cagas 36.62% HNP Juanito Morales
Davao Occidental NPC Lorna Bautista-Bandigan Uncontested
Davao Oriental–1st Nacionalista Corazon Nuñez-Malanyaon Uncontested
Davao Oriental–2nd PDP–Laban Joel Mayo Almario Uncontested
Dinagat Islands Liberal Kaka Bag-ao PDP–Laban Alan 1 Ecleo 0.92% Liberal Ann Pinat
Eastern Samar PDP–Laban Ben Evardone PDP–Laban Maria Fe Abunda 3.11% Nacionalista Sheen Gonzales
Guimaras PDP–Laban Maria Lucille Nava 76.94% Independent Henry Babiera
Ifugao Liberal Teddy Baguilat NPC Solomon Chungalao 1.95% LDP Eugene Balitang
Iligan Nacionalista Frederick Siao 2.15% PDP–Laban Roy Ga
Ilocos Norte–1st PDP–Laban Rodolfo Fariñas PDP–Laban Ria Christina Fariñas 39.77% Nacionalista Ryan Remigio
Ilocos Norte–2nd Nacionalista Imelda Marcos Nacionalista Eugenio Angelo Barba 19.12% Aksyon Hilario Valdez
Ilocos Sur–1st Nacionalista Deogracias Victor Savellano 2.10% Independent Ronald Singson
Ilocos Sur–2nd Bileg Eric Singson Bileg Kristine Singson-Meehan 78.80% PDP–Laban Arthur Chua
Iloilo–1st Nacionalista Oscar Garin Jr. Nacionalista Janette Garin 62.92% Independent Gerardo Flores
Iloilo–2nd Liberal Arcadio Gorriceta Nacionalista Michael Gorriceta 43.83% NUP Dennis Superficial
Iloilo–3rd PDP–Laban Arthur Defensor Jr. PDP–Laban Lorenz Defensor 72.01% Nacionalista Manny Gallar
Iloilo–4th Nacionalista Ferjenel Biron Nacionalista Braeden John Biron 55.40% PDP–Laban Marven Daquilanea
Iloilo–5th Nacionalista Raul Tupas 30.58% Liberal Niel Junjun Tupas
Iloilo City NUP Jerry Treñas NUP Julienne Baronda 20.03% PMP Joshua Alim
Isabela–1st PDP–Laban Rodolfo Albano III PDP–Laban Antonio Albano 89.33% NPC Alfonso Singson
Isabela–2nd Nacionalista Ana Cristina Go Nacionalista Ed Christopher Go 57.24% NPC Fernando Cumigad
Isabela–3rd NPC Napoleon Dy NPC Ian Paul Dy 44.24% PDP–Laban Bong Siquian
Isabela–4th NPC Maria Lourdes Aggabao PFP Alyssa Sheena Tan 13.80% NPC Gigi Aggabao
Isabela–5th New congressional district PFP Faustino Michael Carlos Dy III 34.49% PDP–Laban Edwin Uy
Isabela–6th New congressional district PDP–Laban Faustino Dy V 82.88% Lakas Abraham Lim
Kalinga Nacionalista Allen Jesse Mangaoang 5.67% PDP–Laban Jocel Baac
La Union–1st NPC Pablo Ortega Uncontested
La Union–2nd PDP–Laban Sandra Eriguel 24.57% PFP Dante Garcia
Laguna–1st PDP–Laban Arlene Arcillas-Nazareno PDP–Laban Danilo Fernandez Uncontested
Laguna–2nd Nacionalista Joaquin Chipeco Jr. Independent Ruth Mariano-Hernandez 3.91% Independent Efraim Genuino
Laguna–3rd Nacionalista Sol Aragones 93.02% Independent Maria Cristina Villamor
Laguna–4th PDP–Laban Benjamin Agarao Jr. 16.13% Nacionalista Tony Carolino
Lanao del Norte–1st PDP–Laban Mohamad Khalid Dimaporo 75.48% Independent Florendo Opay
Lanao del Norte–2nd NPC Abdullah Dimaporo 39.68% Independent Sonaya Mutia
Lanao del Sur–1st Nacionalista Ansaruddin Adiong 16.50% PDP–Laban Fiat Macarambon
Lanao del Sur–2nd PDP–Laban Mauyag Papandayan Jr. Lakas Yasser Balindong 2.73% Nacionalista Froxy Macarambon
Lapu-Lapu City PDP–Laban Aileen Radaza Lakas Paz Radaza 9.47% PDP–Laban Eugene Espedido
Las Piñas Vacant Nacionalista Camille Villar 79.57% Independent Jerry Delos Reyes
Leyte–1st Lakas Yedda Romualdez Lakas Martin Romualdez 88.52% PFP Lino Dumas
Leyte–2nd PDP–Laban Henry Ong PFP Lolita Javier 11.76% PDP–Laban Henry Ong
Leyte–3rd NUP Vicente Veloso 10.94% NPC Andy Salvacion
Leyte–4th PDP–Laban Lucy Torres-Gomez 55.53% Lakas Winnie Codilla
Leyte–5th PFP Jose Carlos Cari PFP Carl Cari 34.18% NPC Marilou Baligod
Maguindanao–1st PDP–Laban Bai Sandra Sema PDP–Laban Datu Roonie Sinsuat Sr. 17.52% Nacionalista Muslimin Sema
Maguindanao–2nd PDP–Laban Zajid Mangudadatu PDP–Laban Esmael Mangudadatu 10.54% Nacionalista Nathaneil Midtimbang
Makati–1st PDP–Laban Monsour Del Rosario Liberal Romulo Peña Jr. 4.20% UNA Jejomar Binay
Makati–2nd NPC Luis Campos Jr. 17.40% PDP–Laban King Yabut
Malabon PDP–Laban Federico Sandoval II NPC Josephine Veronique Lacson-Noel 13.44% PDP–Laban Federico Sandoval II
Mandaluyong PDP–Laban Alexandria Gonzales PDP–Laban Neptali Gonzales II Uncontested
Manila–1st NPC Manuel Luis Lopez 8.54% PMP Atong Asilo
Manila–2nd PDP–Laban Carlo Lopez Asenso Manileño Rolando Valeriano 2.77% Nacionalista Alex Lopez
Manila–3rd PDP–Laban Yul Servo 35.63% Lakas Naida Angping
Manila–4th PMP Edward Maceda 31.44% NUP Trisha Bonoan-David
Manila–5th KABAKA Cristal Bagatsing 0.83% Lakas Ali Atienza
Manila–6th PDP–Laban Rosenda Ann Ocampo Asenso Manileño Benny Abante 14.91% Bagumbayan Yvette Ocampo
Marikina–1st NPC Bayani Fernando 60.88% Liberal Jose Fabian Cadiz
Marikina–2nd Liberal Miro Quimbo Liberal Stella Luz Quimbo 69.00% Independent Eugene De Vera
Marinduque PDP–Laban Lord Allan Jay Velasco 89.08% UNA Harold Lim
Masbate–1st NUP Maria Vida Espinosa-Bravo NUP Narciso Bravo Jr. 1.45% PDP–Laban Zacarina Lazaro
Masbate–2nd PDP–Laban Elisa Olga Kho 55.96% NUP Kaye Revil
Masbate–3rd NPC Scott Davies Lanete PDP–Laban Wilton Kho 28.49% NPC Dayan Lanete
Misamis Occidental–1st Nacionalista Jorge Almonte NUP Diego Ty 1.92% Nacionalista Jason Almonte
Misamis Occidental–2nd Nacionalista Henry Oaminal 58.53% NUP Herminia Ramiro
Misamis Oriental–1st PDP–Laban Peter Unabia Lakas Christian Unabia 8.92% NUP Joey Pelaez
Misamis Oriental–2nd NUP Juliette Uy 34.26% Padayon Pilipino Benjo Benaldo
Mountain Province Vacant Nacionalista Maximo Dalog Jr. 9.78% Independent Avelino Amangyen
Muntinlupa PDP–Laban Ruffy Biazon 64.03% UNA Paeng Arciaga
Navotas Partido Navoteño Toby Tiangco Partido Navoteño John Rey Tiangco 45.52% Aksyon Marielle Del Rosario
Negros Occidental–1st NPC Melecio Yap NPC Gerardo Valmayor Jr. 83.08% Independent Toto Librando
Negros Occidental–2nd NUP Leo Rafael Cueva Uncontested
Negros Occidental–3rd PDP–Laban Alfredo Benitez PDP–Laban Jose Francisco Benitez Uncontested
Negros Occidental–4th NUP Juliet Marie Ferrer 93.53% Independent Enrique Erobas
Negros Occidental–5th Lakas Alejandro Mirasol Lakas Maria Lourdes Arroyo Uncontested
Negros Occidental–6th NPC Mercedes Alvarez NPC Genaro Alvarez Jr. 83.13% Independent Jackie Bilbao
Negros Oriental–1st Liberal Jocelyn Limkaichong 77.10% Lakas Jacinto Paras
Negros Oriental–2nd NPC Manuel Sagarbarria 88.17% Independent Jimmy Merto
Negros Oriental–3rd PDP–Laban Arnolfo Teves Uncontested
Northern Samar–1st Liberal Raul Daza Liberal Paul Daza 34.55% Nacionalista Harlin Abayon
Northern Samar–2nd NUP Edwin Ongchuan PDP–Laban Jose Ong Jr. 62.37% Independent Reyzandro Unay
Nueva Ecija–1st PDP–Laban Estrelita Suansing 20.75% Independent Rommel Padilla
Nueva Ecija–2nd NUP Micaela Violago 47.78% Independent Joselito Violago
Nueva Ecija–3rd LDP Rosanna Vergara PDP–Laban Rosanna Vergara 14.10% Unang Sigaw Cherry Umali
Nueva Ecija–4th NUP Magnolia Antonino-Nadres PRP Maricel Natividad-Nagaño 4.59% NUP Magnolia Antonino-Nadres
Nueva Vizcaya NUP Luisa Lloren Cuaresma 12.69% Nacionalista Ruth Padilla
Occidental Mindoro Liberal Josephine Ramirez-Sato 33.34% NUP Juan Sanchez
Oriental Mindoro–1st PDP–Laban Paulino Salvador Leachon 12.19% PFP Malou Morillo
Oriental Mindoro–2nd PFP Reynaldo Umali Liberal Alfonso Umali Jr. 8.52% PDP–Laban Manny Andaya
Palawan–1st NUP Franz Alvarez Uncontested
Palawan–2nd PDP–Laban Frederick Abueg PPP Cyrille Abueg-Zaldivar 71.86% Independent Iko Ong
Palawan–3rd PPP Gil Acosta 22.16% PDDS Douglas Hagedorn
Pampanga–1st PDP–Laban Carmelo Lazatin II 17.15% KMBLN Joseller Yeng Guiao
Pampanga–2nd PDP–Laban Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo Lakas Mikey Arroyo 87.14% Independent Jun Ponio
Pampanga–3rd PDP–Laban Aurelio Gonzales Jr. 83.18% Independent Cecilia Canlas
Pampanga–4th PDP–Laban Juan Pablo Bondoc 39.33% Independent Ric Yabut
Pangasinan–1st PDP–Laban Jesus Celeste Nacionalista Arnold Celeste 3.79% PDP–Laban Thomas Orbos
Pangasinan–2nd NUP Leopoldo Bataoil PDP–Laban Jumel Anthony Espino 7.96% Nacionalista Raul Sison
Pangasinan–3rd PDP–Laban Rose Marie Arenas 69.30% NUP Felipe Devera
Pangasinan–4th Lakas Christopher De Venecia 54.04% Independent Alipio Alvin Fernandez
Pangasinan–5th PDP–Laban Amado Espino Jr. Lakas Ramon Guico III 1.42% PDP–Laban Amado Espino Jr.
Pangasinan–6th NPC Marlyn Primicias-Agabas NPC Tyrone Agabas 87.47% Independent Myrna Custodio
Parañaque–1st PDP–Laban Eric Olivarez 68.92% Lakas Jimmy Delos Santos
Parañaque–2nd PDP–Laban Gustavo Tambunting PDP–Laban Joy Myra Tambunting 78.91% Independent Pacing Rosal
Pasay PDP–Laban Imelda Calixto-Rubiano PDP–Laban Antonino Calixto 63.99% NPC Choy Alas
Pasig Nacionalista Richard Eusebio Aksyon Roman Romulo 39.09% Nacionalista Richard Eusebio
Quezon–1st NPC Trina Enverga NPC Wilfrido Mark Enverga Uncontested
Quezon–2nd PDP–Laban Vicente Alcala Nacionalista David Suarez 16.87% Liberal Procy Alcala
Quezon–3rd Lakas Danilo Suarez Lakas Aleta Suarez 68.40% Aksyon Ronnie De Luna
Quezon–4th NPC Angelina Tan Uncontested
Quezon City–1st PDP–Laban Vincent Crisologo PDP–Laban Anthony Peter Crisologo 12.82% NPC Elizabeth Delarmente
Quezon City–2nd Serbisyo sa Bayan Winston Castelo NPC Precious Hipolito 30.04% KDP Annie Rosa Susano
Quezon City–3rd Serbisyo sa Bayan Jorge Banal PFP Allan Benedict Reyes 50.93% Independent Dante De Guzman
Quezon City–4th Liberal Feliciano Belmonte Jr. PDP–Laban Jesus Manuel Suntay 70.34% Independent Kit Rodriguez
Quezon City–5th PDP–Laban Alfred Vargas 79.84% Independent Lito Francisco
Quezon City–6th Liberal Jose Christopher Belmonte 67.67% PDP–Laban Johnny Domino
Quirino PDP–Laban Dakila Carlo Cua PDP–Laban Junie Cua Uncontested
Rizal–1st NPC Michael John Duavit 81.00% PDDS Noli Dazo
Rizal–2nd NPC Isidro Rodriguez Jr. PDP–Laban Juan Fidel Felipe Nograles 20.49% NPC Maridee Rodriguez
Romblon Nacionalista Emmanuel Madrona Nacionalista Eleandro Jesus Madrona 17.34% Liberal Eduardo Firmalo
Samar–1st Liberal Edgar Mary Sarmiento 5.54% Nacionalista Jimboy Stephen James Tan
Samar–2nd PDP–Laban Milagrosa Tan PDP–Laban Sharee Ann Tan 12.28% Lakas Boy Bolastig
San Jose del Monte PDP–Laban Florida Robes 6.52% NUP Irene Del Rosario
San Juan PDP–Laban Ronaldo Zamora 19.93% PMP Edu Manzano
Sarangani PDP–Laban Rogelio Pacquiao 89.88% Independent Jacob Arroyo
Siquijor PDP–Laban Ramon Vicente Rocamora NPC Jake Vincent Villa 13.69% PDP–Laban Ramon Vicente Rocamora
Sorsogon–1st NPC Evelina Escudero 30.97% PDP–Laban Christine Balita
Sorsogon–2nd PDP–Laban Deogracias Ramos Jr. NPC Bernardita Ramos 29.64% PDP–Laban Bobet Lee Rodrigueza
South Cotabato–1st NPC Pedro Acharon Jr. PDP–Laban Shirlyn Bañas-Nograles 52.80% Independent Menchie Dinopol-Cataluña
South Cotabato–2nd PDP–Laban Ferdinand Hernandez 64.40% Independent Lyndale Causing
Southern Leyte PDP–Laban Roger Mercado 69.50% Lakas Gerardo Dator
Sultan Kudarat–1st NUP Suharto Mangudadatu NUP Princess Rihan Sakaluran Uncontested
Sultan Kudarat–2nd PDP–Laban Horacio Suansing Jr. 85.46% Independent Ricardo Piad
Sulu–1st Vacant PDP–Laban Samier Tan 16.80% Lakas Yusop Jikiri
Sulu–2nd Nacionalista Abdulmunir Arbison 8.49% PDP–Laban Nurhaipa Berto
Surigao del Norte–1st PDP–Laban Francisco Jose Matugas II 39.91% Nacionalista Mamer Galanida
Surigao del Norte–2nd Nacionalista Robert Ace Barbers 7.73% PDP–Laban Sol Matugas
Surigao del Sur–1st Lakas Prospero Pichay Jr. 40.45% PDDS Abet Ty
Surigao del Sur–2nd PDP–Laban Johnny Pimentel 76.11% PFP Mamerto Alciso Jr.
Taguig–Pateros PDP–Laban Arnel Cerafica Nacionalista Alan Peter Cayetano 18.11% PDP–Laban Allan Cerafica
Taguig Nacionalista Pia Cayetano Nacionalista Lani Cayetano 45.89% PDP–Laban Michelle Anne Gonzales
Tarlac–1st NPC Charlie Cojuangco Uncontested
Tarlac–2nd NPC Victor Yap 89.32% Independent Jorge Delos Reyes
Tarlac–3rd NPC Noel Villanueva 49.57% Independent Hariking David
Tawi-Tawi PDP–Laban Ruby Sahali NUP Rashidin Matba 11.51% PDP–Laban Ruby Sahali
Valenzuela–1st NPC Weslie Gatchalian Uncontested
Valenzuela–2nd PDP–Laban Eric Martinez 47.60% Lakas Magi Gunigundo
Zambales–1st Nacionalista Jeffrey Khonghun 41.58% PFP Mitos Magsaysay
Zambales–2nd Liberal Cherry Deloso-Montalla 39.98% PDP–Laban Wilfredo Paul Pangan
Zamboanga City–1st PDP–Laban Celso Lobregat PDP–Laban Cesar Jimenez Jr. 7.20% AZAP Jomar Lobregat
Zamboanga City–2nd NPC Manuel Dalipe 37.07% Nacionalista Lilia Nuño
Zamboanga del Norte–1st Nacionalista Seth Frederick Jalosjos Nacionalista Romeo Jalosjos Jr. 5.19% PDP–Laban Pinpin Uy
Zamboanga del Norte–2nd PDP–Laban Glona Labadlabad 8.60% Nacionalista Flora Villarosa
Zamboanga del Norte–3rd Liberal Isagani Amatong 14.34% Nacionalista Bong Edding
Zamboanga del Sur–1st PDP–Laban Divina Grace Yu 16.10% Nacionalista Marlyn Revelo
Zamboanga del Sur–2nd Nacionalista Aurora Enerio-Cerilles PDP–Laban Leonardo Babasa Jr. 3.45% Nacionalista Antonio Cerilles
Zamboanga Sibugay–1st PDP–Laban Wilter Palma II 11.14% Nacionalista Apple Yambao
Zamboanga Sibugay–2nd PDP–Laban Dulce Ann Hofer 24.60% PMP Tata Eudela

Party-list electionEdit

e • d Summary of the May 13, 2019 Philippine House of Representatives election results for party-list representatives
Party Popular vote Seats
Total[26] % Swing Up Won[27] +/−
ACT-CIS 2,651,987 9.51%   9.17% 0 3   3
Bayan Muna 1,117,403 4.01%   2.14% 1 3   2
Ako Bicol 1,049,040 3.76%   1.38% 3 2   1
CIBAC 929,718 3.33%   1.61% 1 2   1
ANG PROBINSYANO 770,344 2.76%   2.76% 0 2   2
1PACMAN 713,969 2.56%   1.49% 2 2  
Marino 681,448 2.44%   2.12% 0 2   2
Probinsyano Ako 630,435 2.26%   2.26% 0 2   2
Senior Citizens 516,927 1.85%   1.66% 0 1   1
MAGSASAKA 496,337 1.78%   1.78% 0 1   1
APEC 480,874 1.72%   1.72% 0 1   1
GABRIELA 449,440 1.61%   2.61% 2 1   1
An Waray 442,090 1.59%   0.23% 1 1  
Coop-NATCCO 417,285 1.50%   0.57% 2 1   1
ACT Teachers 395,327 1.42%   2.23% 2 1   1
PHILRECA 394,966 1.42%   1.42% 0 1   1
Ako Bisaya 394,304 1.41%   1.41% 0 1   1
Tingog Sinirangan 391,211 1.40%   0.75% 0 1   1
Abono 378,204 1.36%   0.90% 2 1   1
Buhay 361,493 1.30%   1.05% 2 1   1
Duterte Youth 354,629 1.27%   1.27% 0 1   1
Kalinga 339,665 1.22%   0.31% 1 1  
PBA 326,258 1.17%   1.24% 2 1   1
ALONA 320,000 1.15%   0.19% 1 1  
RECOBODA 318,511 1.14%   1.14% 0 1   1
Bagong Henerasyon 288,752 1.04%   0.12% 1 1  
BAHAY 281,793 1.01%   1.01% 0 1   1
CWS 277,940 1.00%   0.97% 0 1   1
Abang Lingkod 275,199 0.99%   0.45% 1 1  
A TEACHER 274,460 0.98%   0.49% 1 1  
BHW 269,518 0.97%   0.97% 0 1   1
SAGIP 257,313 0.92%   0.92% 0 1   1
TUCP 256,059 0.92%   0.52% 1 1  
Magdalo 253,536 0.91%   0.05% 1 1  
GP 249,484 0.89%   0.89% 0 1   1
Manila Teachers 249,416 0.89%   0.06% 1 1  
RAM 238,150 0.85%   0.38% 0 1   1
ANAKALUSUGAN 237,629 0.85%   0.26% 0 1   1
Ako Padayon 235,112 0.84%   0.84% 0 1   1
AAMBIS-OWA 234,552 0.84%   0.69% 1 1  
Kusug Tausug 228,224 0.82%   0.06% 1 1  
Dumper PTDA 223,199 0.80%   0.78% 0 1   1
TGP 217,525 0.78%   0.78% 0 1   1
PATROL 216,653 0.78%   0.78% 0 1   1
Anak Mindanao 212,323 0.76%   1.42% 2 1   1
AGAP 208,752 0.75%   1.08% 1 1  
LPGMA 208,219 0.75%   0.69% 1 1  
OFW Family Club 200,881 0.72%   0.09% 0 1   1
KABAYAN 198,571 0.71%   1.89% 2 1   1
DIWA 196,385 0.70%   0.70% 0 1   1
Kabataan 195,837 0.70%   0.23% 1 1  
AKMA-PTM 191,804 0.69%   0.69% 0 0  
SBP 180,535 0.65%   2.40% 2 0   2
Angkla 179,909 0.65%   0.39% 1 0   1
Akbayan 173,356 0.62%   1.26% 1 0   1
Wow Pilipinas 172,080 0.62%   0.62% 0 0  
Inang Mahal 170,019 0.61%   0.61% 0 0  
YACAP 167,826 0.60%   0.86% 1 0   1
ABAMIN 166,883 0.60%   0.05% 0 0  
Butil 164,412 0.59%   0.63% 1 0   1
Append 158,003 0.57%   0.11% 0 0  
Anakpawis 146,511 0.53%   0.60% 1 0   1
ANAK-IP 144,291 0.52%   0.46% 1 0   1
Ang Nars 141,263 0.51%   0.17% 0 0  
PBB 136,093 0.49%   0.35% 0 0  
AA-KASOSYO PARTY 134,795 0.48%   0.48% 0 0  
AGRI 133,505 0.48%   2.10% 2 0   2
ACTS-OFW 131,865 0.47%   0.69% 1 0   1
ATING KOOP 131,344 0.47%   0.10% 0 0  
Mata 128,201 0.46%   0.56% 1 0   1
1-CARE 127,867 0.46%   0.56% 1 0   1
Murang Kuryente 127,530 0.46%   0.46% 0 0  
1-ANG EDUKASYON 119,646 0.43%   0.43% 1 0   1
PEACE 119,211 0.43%   0.43% 0 0  
ALENG ENTREP 113,134 0.41%   0.06% 0 0  
Aangat Tayo 109,939 0.39%   0.36% 1 0   1
Ako An Bisaya 109,463 0.39%   0.39% 0 0  
ABANTE PILIPINAS 97,114 0.35%   0.35% 0 0  
Alay Buhay 94,320 0.34%   0.24% 0 0  
Global 89,775 0.32%   0.32% 0 0  
CONSLA 88,075 0.32%   0.34% 0 0  
ABEKA 83,379 0.30%   0.30% 0 0  
KONTRA BROWNOUT 81,141 0.29%   0.29% 0 0  
PRAI 79,818 0.29%   0.29% 0 0  
MAYPAGASA 79,358 0.28%   0.28% 0 0  
JUAN MOVEMENT 76,769 0.28%   0.28% 0 0  
ITO ANG TAMA 76,428 0.27%   0.27% 0 0  
AASENSO 74,722 0.27%   0.64% 1 0   1
1AAAP 74,465 0.27%   0.27% 0 0  
Ang Kabuhayan 74,229 0.27%   0.81% 1 0   1
Agbiag! 70,318 0.25%   0.49% 1 0   1
ABAKADA 69,257 0.25%   0.42% 0 0  
ALL-FISH 69,138 0.25%   0.43% 0 0  
ALIF 68,805 0.25%   0.25% 0 0  
Laang Kawal 68,333 0.25%   1.19% 1 0   1
Sinag 61,696 0.22%   0.22% 0 0  
People's Champ 60,448 0.22%   0.22% 0 0  
LUNTIAN 59,096 0.21%   0.21% 0 0  
GRECON 58,561 0.21%   0.21% 0 0  
ANUPA 54,767 0.20%   0.14% 0 0  
AKO BISDAK 51,228 0.18%   0.18% 0 0  
KOOP-KAMPI 50,889 0.18%   0.18% 0 0  
UNIDO 45,710 0.16%   0.01% 0 0  
1-LAMBAT 44,181 0.16%   0.02% 0 0  
AKO 43,583 0.16%   0.16% 0 0  
BANAT 40,899 0.15%   0.05% 0 0  
1-UTAK 36,285 0.13%   0.13% 0 0  
AMEPA OFW 35,373 0.13%   0.24% 0 0  
ASEAN 32,464 0.12%   0.27% 0 0  
ABS 31,394 0.11%   0.82% 1 0   1
Sulong Dignidad 29,830 0.11%   0.11% 0 0  
Kabalikat 29,187 0.10%   0.10% 0 0  
PTA 28,908 0.10%   0.10% 0 0  
PLM 28,824 0.10%   0.10% 0 0  
PM 28,351 0.10%   0.10% 0 0  
METRO 28,261 0.10%   0.19% 0 0  
1-AHAPO 26,564 0.10%   0.07% 0 0  
Tao Muna 25,946 0.09%   0.18% 0 0  
AVE 25,025 0.09%   0.40% 0 0  
AWAKE 24,780 0.09%   0.00% 0 0  
1-UTAP Bicol 22,948 0.08%   0.08% 0 0  
IP 21,974 0.08%   0.08% 0 0  
Partido Sandugo 19,649 0.07%   0.07% 0 0  
BUKLOD FILIPINO 18,297 0.07%   0.07% 0 0  
FICTAP 16,038 0.06%   0.05% 0 0  
TRICAP 15,731 0.06%   0.10% 0 0  
Tinderong Pinoy 14,580 0.05%   0.09% 0 0  
PPP 13,848 0.05%   0.05% 0 0  
KMM 12,061 0.04%   0.04% 0 0  
MARVELOUS TAYO 11,751 0.04%   0.04% 0 0  
FFP 10,589 0.04%   0.04% 0 0  
1-APTO 8,883 0.03%   0.03% 0 0  
KAMAIS 7,571 0.03%   0.11% 0 0  
SAMAKO 6,344 0.02%   0.14% 0 0  
Total 27,884,790 100.00% N/A 59 61   2
Valid votes 27,884,790 60.22%   11.76%
Invalid votes 18,418,594 39.78%   11.76%
Total turnout 46,303,384 72.73%   7.97%
Registered voters 63,665,944 100.00%   14.22%
Vote share
ACT-CIS
9.51%
Bayan Muna
4.01%
Ako Bikol
3.76%
CIBAC
3.33%
Ang Probinsyano
2.76%
1-PACMAN
2.56%
MARINO
2.44%
Probinsyano Ako
2.26%
Senior Citizens
1.85%
Others
67.50%
Congressional sectoral seats
ACT-CIS
5.00%
Bayan Muna
5.00%
Ako Bikol
3.33%
CIBAC
3.33%
Ang Probinsyano
3.33%
1-PACMAN
3.33%
MARINO
3.33%
Probinsyano Ako
3.33%
Senior Citizens
1.67%
Others
70.00%

Defeated incumbentsEdit

District representativesEdit

District Incumbent's party Incumbent Winner Winner's party Notes
Malabon PDP–Laban Federico Sandoval II Josephine Lacson-Noel NPC
Nueva Ecija–4th NUP Magnolia Antonino-Nadres Maricel Natividad-Nagaño PRP
Pangsinan–5th PDP–Laban Amado Espino Jr. Ramon Guico Lakas
Pasig Nacionalista Richard Eusebio Roman Romulo Aksyon
Siquijor PDP–Laban Ramon Vicente Rocamora Jake Vincent Villa NPC
Taguig–Pateros PDP–Laban Arnel Cerafica Alan Peter Cayetano Nacionalista
Tawi-Tawi PDP–Laban Ruby Sahali Rashidin Matba NUP

Party-list representativesEdit

  • Serbisyo sa Bayan Party
    • Ricky Belmonte
  • Angkla
    • Jesulito Manalo
  • Akbayan
    • Tomasito Villarin
  • YACAP
    • Benhur Lopez Jr.
  • Butil
    • Cecilia Leonila Chavez
  • Anakpawis
    • Ariel Casilao
  • ANAC-IP
    • Jose Panganiban Jr.
  • AGRI
    • Delphine Lee
    • Orestes Salon
  • MATA
    • Tricia Nicole Velasco-Catera
  • 1-CARE
    • Carlos Roman Uybarreta
  • 1-ANG EDUKASYON
    • Salvador Belaro Jr.
  • Aangat Tayo
    • Harlin Neil Abayon III
  • AASENSO
    • Teodoro Montoro
  • Agbiag!
    • Michelle Antonio
  • ABS
    • Ulysses Garces

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