Philippine general election, 1995

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This article on elections in the Philippines give information on election and election results in the Philippines.

Legislative elections and local elections were held in the Philippines on May 8, 1995. Filipinos protected the ballot boxes with their lives and campaigned against traditional politicians who used bribery, flying voters, violence, election rigging, stealing of ballot boxes and etc. The Philippine National Police (PNP) had listed five dead and listed more than 200 hotspots before the election and during the election day listed 300 hotspots.

Contents

Major Senatorial Candidates

Administration coalition

Lakas-Laban Coalition
Candidate Party
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
LDP
Rodolfo Biazon <center>LDP
Franklin Drilon <center>Lakas-NUCD
Juan Ponce Enrile <center>Lakas-NUCD
Marcelo Fernan <center>Lakas-NUCD
Juan Flavier <center>Lakas-NUCD
Ramon Magsaysay, Jr. <center>Lakas-NUCD
Ramon Mitra <center>LDP
Sergio Osmeña III <center>Lakas-NUCD
Aquilino Pimentel, Jr. <center>PDP-Laban
Raul Roco <center>LDP
Francisco Tatad <center>LDP

Opposition coalition

Nationalist People's Coalition
Candidate Party
Rosemarie Arenas <center>NPC
Gaudencio Beduya <center>NPC
Anna Dominique Coseteng <center>NPC
Amanda T. Cruz <center>NPC
Ramon Fernandez <center>NPC
Gregorio Honasan <center>PRP
Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. <center>KBL
Adelisa A. Raymundo <center>NPC
Manuel C. Roxas <center>NPC
Miriam Defensor-Santiago <center>PRP
Almarin C. Tillah <center>NPC
Arturo Tolentino <center>NPC

Note: Party affiliation based on Certificate of Candidacy.

Results

Senate

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