Philippine local elections, 1905

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Local elections were held for provincial and municipal posts through out the Philippine Archipelago on January 15, 1905. Famous lawyers and doctors including the rich and the wealthy, political families were elected. Like Manuel L. Quezon, Sergio Osmeña Sr. were elected as the first Filipino provincial governors of Tayabas and Cebu.

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