Philippine general election, 1953

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Presidential, legislative and local elections were held on November 10, 1953 in the Philippines. Incumbent President Elpidio Quirino lost his opportunity to get a second full term as President of the Philippines to former Defense Secretary Ramon Magsaysay. His running mate, Senator Jose Yulo lost to Senator Carlos P. Garcia. Vice President Fernando Lopez did not run for re-election. This was the first time that an elected president did not come from the Senate.

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Results

President

Final Official Congressional Canvass

Candidate Party Votes  %
Ramon Magsaysay Nacionalista Party 2,912,992 68.90%
Elpidio Quirino Liberal Party 1,313,991 31.08%
Gaudencio Bueno Independent 736 0.02%

Vice-President

Final Official Congressional Canvass

Candidate Party Votes  %
Carlos P. Garcia Nacionalista Party 2,515,265 62.90%
Jose Yulo Liberal Party 1,483,802 37.10%

Philippine Senate Results

Rank Candidate Party Votes
1 Fernando Lopez Democratic Party 2,272,642
2 Lorenzo Tañada Citizen's Party 2,156,717
3 Eulogio Rodriguez Nacionalista 2,071,844
4 Emmanuel Pelaez Nacionalista 2,010,128
5 Edmundo Cea Nacionalista 1,961,705
6 Mariano Jesus Cuenco Nacionalista 1,853,247
7 Alejo Mabanag Nacionalista 1,846,190
8 Ruperto Kangleon Democratic Party 1,521,012
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Geronima Pecson <center>Liberal 1,349,163
<center>10 Camilo Osias <center>Liberal 1,324,567
<center>11 Jose Figueroa <center>Liberal 1,194,952
<center>12 Vicente Madrigal <center>Liberal 1,155,577
<center>13 Jose Avelino <center>Liberal 1,012,599
<center>14 Jacinto O. Borja <center>Liberal 968,841
<center>15 Salipada K. Pendatun <center>Liberal 945,755
<center>16 Pablo A. David <center>Liberal 909,790
<center>17 Felisberto Verano <center>Nacionalista 59,782
<center>18 Jose Maria Veloso <center>Nacionalista 10,270
<center>19 Alfredo Abcede <center>Federal 5,365
<center>20 Concepcion R. Lim de Planas <center>independent 4,439

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