Philippine general election, 1998

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Presidential elections, legislative elections and local elections were held in the Philippines on May 11, 1998. In the presidential election, former Vice President Joseph Estrada won a six-year term as President by landslide. In the vice-presidential race, Senator Gloria Macapagal Arroyo won a six-year term as Vice President also by landslide. This was the third election where both president and vice president came from different parties.

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Results

For president

Candidate Party Votes  %
Joseph Ejercito Estrada Laban ng Makabayang
Masang Pilipino (LAMMP)
10,956,610 39.60%
José de Venecia Lakas NUCD-UMDP 4,390,853 15.90%
Raul Roco Aksyon Demokratiko 3,772,505 13.60%
Emilio Osmeña PROMDI 3,363,599 12.20%
Alfredo Lim Liberal Party 2,397,224 8.70%
Renato de Villa Partido ng Demokratikong Reporma
-Lapiang Manggagawa
1,337,856 4.80%
Miriam Defensor-Santiago People's Reform Party
-Gabay Bayan
807,506 2.90%
Juan Ponce Enrile Independent 344,532 1.20%
Imelda Marcos Kilusang Bagong Lipunan 247,094 0.90%
Santiago Dumlao Kilusan para sa
Pambansang Pagpapanibago
39,833 0.14%
Manuel Morato Partido Bansang Marangal 19,770 0.06%

For vice-president

Candidate Party Votes  %
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Lakas NUCD-UMDP
Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino
12,667,252 49.56%
Edgardo Angara Laban ng
Makabayang Masang Pilipino (LAMMP)
5,652,068 22.11%
Oscar Orbos Partido ng Demokratikong Reporma
-Lapiang Manggagawa
3,321,779 13.00%
Sergio Osmeña III Liberal Party 2,351,462 9.20%
Francisco Tatad Gabay Bayan
-People's Reform Party
745,389 2.91%
Ismael Sueño PROMDI 537,677 2.10%
Irene Santiago Aksyon Demokratiko 240,210 0.93%
Camilo Sabio Partido Bansang Marangal 22,010 0.09%
Reynaldo Pacheco Kilusan para sa
Pambansang Pagpapanibago
21,422 0.08%

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