Philippine legislative election, 1987

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

Legislative elections for new members of re-establised Philippine Congress under the new 1987 Constitution on May 11, 1987. Ramon V. Mitra was made Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives while Jovito Salonga was made President of the Senate of the Philippines. The Senatorial Race resulted with 22 Administration Senators and 2 Opposition Senators.

Contents

Major Senatorial Candidates

Administration coalition

Lakas ng Bayan
Heherson Alvarez
Edgardo Angara
Agapito Aquino
Arturo DefensOR
Neptali Gonzales
Teofisto Guingona Jr.
Ernesto Herrera
Sotero Laurel
Jose Lina Jr.
Ernesto Maceda
Raul Manglapus
Orlando S. Mercado
John Henry Osmeña
Vicente Paterno
Aquilino Pimentel Jr.
Santanina Rasul
Alberto Romulo
Rene Saguisag
Augusto Sanchez
Jovito Salonga
Leticia Ramos-Shahani
Mamintal Tamano
Wigberto Tañada
Victor Ziga

Main opposition coalition

Nacionalista Party
Firdausi Smail Abbas
Homobono Adaza
Alejandro Almendras
Abul Kahyr Alonto
Juan Ponce Enrile
Rene Espina
Joseph Estrada
Wilson Gamboa
Roilo Golez
Romeo Jalosjos
Eva Estrada-Kalaw
Wenceslao Lagumbay
Vicente Magsaysay
Jeremias Montemayor
Blas Ople
Rafael Palmares
Zossimo Jesus Paredes, Jr.
Vicente Puyat
Edith N. Rabat
Isidro Rodriguez
Francisco Tatad
Lorenzo Teves
Arturo Tolentino
Fernando Veloso

Other notable candidates

Kilusang Bagong Lipunan
Salvador B. Britanico
Rafael Recto
Rodolfo Fariñas
Independent
Jose "Ramon Revilla" Bautista

Results

Senate

Elected candidates

Senator Party
Heherson Alvarez
LDP
Edgardo Angara <center>LDP
Agapito Aquino <center>LDP
Juan Ponce Enrile <center>NP
Joseph Estrada <center>NP
Neptali Gonzales <center>LDP
Teofisto Guingona Jr. <center>NUCD
Ernesto Herrera <center>LDP
Sotero Laurel <center>PDP-LABAN
Jose Lina Jr. <center>LDP
Ernesto Maceda <center>LDP
Raul Manglapus <center>NUCD
Orlando S. Mercado <center>LDP
John Henry Osmeña <center>PDP-LABAN
Vicente Paterno <center>LDP
Aquilino Pimentel Jr. <center>PDP-LABAN
Santanina Rasul <center>LDP
Alberto Romulo <center>LDP
Rene Saguisag <center>LP
Jovito Salonga <center>LP
Leticia Ramos Shahani <center>LDP
Mamintal Tamano <center>LDP
Wigberto Tañada <center>LP
Victor Ziga <center>LP

Tally of votes

Rank Candidate Party Votes
1 Salonga LABAN 12,988,360
2 Aquino LABAN 12,426,432
3 Mercado LABAN 11,901,673
4 Osmeña LABAN 11,299,102
5 Angara LABAN 11,288,407
6 Romulo LABAN 11,119,193
7 Ramos-Shahani LABAN 11,089,340
8 Saguisag LABAN 10,871,850
9 Gonzales LABAN 10,855,796
10 Lina LABAN 10,679,150
11 Tañada LABAN 10,420,831
12 Alvarez LABAN 10,288,113
13 Laurel LABAN 10,278,729
14 Estrada GAD 10,029,978
15 Guingona LABAN 9,957,591
16 Manglapus LABAN 9,910,244
17 Paterno LABAN 9,647,680
18 Ziga LABAN 9,489,132
19 Maceda LABAN 9,381,682
20 Pimentel LABAN 9,042,696
21 Herrera LABAN 8,474,297
22 Tamano LABAN 8,102,231
23 Rasul LABAN 7,966,882
24 Enrile GAD 7,964,966
<center>25 Sanchez <center>LABAN 7,891,932
<center>26 Defensor <center>LABAN 7,865,702
<center>27 Kalaw <center>GAD 6,922,810
<center>28 Puyat-Reyes <center>GAD 6,859,307
<center>29 Almendras <center>GAD 6,317,107
<center>30 Ople <center>GAD 5,736,911
<center>31 Tolentino <center>GAD 5,725,189
<center>32 Magsaysay <center>GAD 5,500,447
<center>33 Bautista <center>Independent 5,203,982
<center>34 Espina <center>GAD 5,107,313
<center>35 Tatad <center>GAD 4,743,678
<center>36 Adaza <center>GAD 6,922,810
<center>37 Golez <center>GAD 4,657,782
<center>38 Recto <center>KBL 3,277,088
<center>39 Jalosjos <center>GAD 3,131,226
<center>40 Gamboa <center>GAD 2,450,523
<center>41 Rodriguez <center>GAD 2,326,937
<center>42 Lagumbay <center>GAD 2,168,086
<center>43 Alonto <center>GAD 1,998,261
<center>44 Palmares <center>GAD 1,974,023
<center>45 Teves <center>GAD 1,790,962
<center>46 Paredes <center>GAD 1,786,271
<center>47 Fariñas <center>GAD 1,668,147
<center>48 Veloso <center>GAD 1,660,100
<center>49 Rabat <center>GAD 1,655,065
<center>50 Perez <center>KBL 1,559,353
<center>51 Montemayor <center>GAD 1,522,413
<center>52 Britanico <center>KBL 1,501,159
<center>53 Yñiguez <center>KBL 1,429,910
<center>54 Abbas <center>GAD 1,372,920

Source: COMELEC. Final and official list. This list is partial as records show more than 100 candidates ran for the 1987 senate race.

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