List of Philippine Presidents by tickets

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This is a list of Philippine Presidents by tickets. The list contains the candidates for the offices of President of the Philippines and also for the Vice President of the Philippines that their parties has nominated since 1935.

This list only includes the major parties and coalitions during the elections and their closest rivals during the elections. For full results and candidates, see the List of Philippine Presidential elections.

List of Presidents by tickets

Bold text indicates the winner of the office they are running during the elections.
The colors indicate the political party or coalition of each President at Election Day.

Election Year Party/Coalition Candidates
1935
Coalicion Nacionalista Manuel L. Quezon (President)
Sergio Osmeña (Vice President)
National Socialist Emilio Aguinaldo (President)
1941
Nacionalista Manuel L. Quezon (President)
Sergio Osmeña (Vice President)
Popular Front Juan Sumulong (President)
Emilio Javier (Vice President)
1946
Liberal Wing of Nacionalista Manuel Roxas (President
Elpidio Quirino (Vice President)
Nacionalista Sergio Osmeña (President)
Eulogio Rodriguez (Vice President)
1949
Liberal Elpidio Quirino (President)
Fernando Lopez (Vice President)
Nacionalista Jose P. Laurel (President)
Manuel Briones (Vice President)
1953
Nacionalista Ramon Magsaysay (President)
Carlos P. Garcia (Vice President)
Liberal Elpidio Quirino (President)
Jose Yulo (Vice President)
1957
Nacionalista Carlos P. Garcia (President)
Jose Laurel Jr. (Vice President)
Liberal Jose Yulo (President)
Diosdado Macapagal (Vice President)
1961
Liberal Diosdado Macapagal (President)
Emmanuel Pelaez (Vice President)
Nacionalista Carlos P. Garcia (President)
Sergio Osmeña Jr. (Vice President)
1965
Nacionalista Ferdinand Marcos (President)
Fernando Lopez (Vice President)
Liberal Diosdado Macapagal (President)
Gerardo Roxas (Vice President)
1969
Nacionalista Ferdinand Marcos (President)
Fernando Lopez (Vice President)
Liberal Sergio Osmeña Jr. (President)
Genaro Magsaysay (Vice President)
1981
Kilusang Bagong Lipunan Ferdinand Marcos (President)
Nacionalista Alejo Santos (President)
1986<ref>Marcos and Tolentino were declared as official winners of the 1986 Snap elections, but due to accusations of cheating and vote rigging, they were not recognized as the duly elected leaders that led to the ascencion of Aquino and Laurel after the 1986 EDSA Revolution.</ref>
Kilusang Bagong Lipunan Ferdinand Marcos (President)
Arturo Tolentino (Vice President)
United Nationalists Democratic Organizations Corazon Aquino (President)
Salvador Laurel (Vice President)
1992<ref>Joseph Estrada was elected Vice President during these elections.</ref>
Lakas-National Union of Christian Democrats-
United Muslim Democrats of the Philippines
Fidel V. Ramos (President)
Emilio Osmeña (Vice President)
People's Reform Miriam Defensor-Santiago (President)
Ramon Magsaysay Jr. (Vice President)
1998
Laban ng Makabayang Masang Pilipino Joseph Estrada (President)
Edgardo Angara (Vice President)
Lakas-National Union of Christian Democrats-
United Muslim Democrats of the Philippines
Jose de Venecia Jr. (President)
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (Vice President)
2004
Koalisyon ng Katapatan at Karanasan sa Kinabukasan Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (President)
Noli de Castro (Vice President)
Koalisyon ng Nagkakaisang Pilipino Fernando Poe Jr. (President)
Loren Legarda Leviste (Vice President)

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