Official COMELEC Website :: Commission on Elections

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Certified List of Candidates for National Positions - Comelec

Certified List of Candidates for National Positions. Updated: 03 March 2016. Instruction: Click the button that corresponds to your preferred category to display 

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Resolution No. 10113 :: Commission on Elections

May 3, 2016 To determine the number of SBEI-Cs to be constituted, the CoDV shall use as basis the senatorial candidates and party-list representatives, duly registered political parties or shall invalidate the ballot;; When the oval beside the name of the candidate is not fully. Applicability of Other Comelec Rules.

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Certified List of Candidates for Local Positions - Comelec

Certified List of Candidates for Local Positions. Posted: 03 March 2016. Instruction: Select your preferred search category then click the "View" button of the 

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Resolution No. 10003 :: Commission on Elections

Oct 14, 2015 In case of media voters, voting shall be at the COMELEC Office where 04); and; The exact number of local absentee ballots, inner and outer The report shall indicate the names of the voters whose signatures appear in the list, but.. senatorial candidates, duly registered political parties or coalition of 

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Ballot to include 185 party-list groups – for now - Rappler

Dec 5, 2015 MANILA, Philippines – The ballot for the 2016 elections will include at least In the May 2013 elections, the Comelec included 123 party-list 

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Elections in the Philippines - Wikipedia

Philippine Elections are of several types. The president, vice-president, and the senators are Half of the Senate is renewed every three years. Prior to the 2010 elections, voters have to write the names of the candidates next to the. parties surpassed the 2% election threshold, the number of party-list representatives 

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Philippine Senate election, 2016 - Wikipedia

The 2016 election of members to the Senate of the Philippines was the 32nd election of members to the Senate of the Philippines. The seats of 12 senators elected in 2010 are to be filled during this election. The winners in this election will join the winners of the 2013 election to form Candidates are proclaimed senators-elect if the thirteenth-place candidate 

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Philippine general election, 2004 - Wikipedia

Presidential elections, legislative elections and local elections were held in the Philippines on This resulted in lesser candidates for the presidential and vice presidential (May 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). The winners in the Senatorial and Party-list Representative elections were 

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Iligan local elections, 2016 - Wikipedia

Local elections will be held in Iligan City on May 9, 2016 as part of the Philippine general election. The resident voters will elect for the elective local posts in the 

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Bohol local elections, 2016 - Wikipedia

The Bohol local elections held on May 9, 2016 as part of the 2016 Philippine general election. By the end of voters' registration last October 2015, the total number of Based on the official list of provincial Commission on Elections, 5 aspirants Also in the whole province, there 104 candidates for mayor, 103 aspirants 

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Philippine Senate election, 2013 - Wikipedia

The 2013 election to the Senate of the Philippines was the 31st election to the Senate of the Philippines. It was held on Monday, May 13, 2013 to elect 12 of the 24 seats in the Senate. Together with those elected in 2010, the candidates elected in this election. Two days later, the Liberals revealed 14 names of possible candidates on 

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Philippine presidential election, 1986 - Wikipedia

The Presidential election was held on 7 February 1986 in the Philippines were snap elections, Simons provided Krim with a list of names, telling him to look into Philippine Cardinal Jaime Sin talked to both the potential candidates. had 89% of registered voters cast their ballots, to around 76% during the snap election.

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