Philippine General Elections 2022

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The 2022 Philippine General Elections will take place on 9 May 2022 for the national and local government positions, both in the legislative and executive branches, with the exception of barangay officials. The national positions will involve the election for successors to the incumbent president Rodrigo Duterte and vice president Leni Robredo. Election will also take place for other executive and legislative positions, such as in the congressional (Senate and House of Representatives), provincial (governors, vice mayor, board members), city and municipal levels (mayors, vice mayors, councilors). The election is supposed to include the 80 seats in the Bangsamoro Parliament of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (BARMM), but it was rescheduled to 2025.

Presidential Election

The 2022 presidential election will be the 17th direct presidential election. Incumbent president Rodrigo Duterte is ineligible for re-election as he is limited to a single term, under the 1987 Philippine Constitution.

A total of 97 aspirants have filed their certificate of candidacies (COCs), until the last day of filing on 8 October 2021, but some are likely to be eliminated as nuisance candidacies by the Commission on Elections (COMELEC).

The candidate with the highest number of votes wins the presidency. If two or more candidates get the most votes for the position, the Congress shall vote among them which shall be the winner. The winner will serve a six-year term from 20 June 2022 until the same day six years later.

The main presidential contenders include:

The 16th vice presidential election will also elect the one with the highest number of votes. The incumbent vice president may run for two consecutive terms. Like the president, the vice president will serve a six-year term, commencing on 30 June 2022. 28 aspirants have filed their COCs.

The main vice presidential contenders include:

The position of president and vice president are elected separately; the two winning candidates could thus come from different political parties.

Senate Election

The 2022 Philippine Senate election will be the 34th election of members to the Senate of the Philippines for a six-year term. Elections to the Senate of the Philippines are done via plurality-at-large voting; a voter can vote for up to twelve candidates, with the twelve candidates with the highest number of votes getting the seats in the senate. The 24-member Senate uses staggered elections, with only one-half of its members up for election at any given time, except for special elections.

A total of 174 senatorial aspirants have filed their COCs. The main senatorial contenders, in alphabetical order, include:

The following are the senatorial slates of presidential aspirants:

  • De Guzman’s Senate Slate
    • Roy Cabonegro
    • Neri Colmenares
    • David D’Angelo
    • Leila de Lima
    • Chel Diokno
    • Luke Espiritu
    • Risa Hontiveros
    • Elmer Labog
    • Sonny Matula
  • Lacson’s Senate Slate
    • Herbert Bautista
    • Jejomar Binay
    • Powee Capino
    • Monsour del Rosario
    • JV Ejercito
    • Chiz Escudero
    • Win Gatchalian
    • Richard Gordon
    • Gregorio Honasan
    • Loren Legarda
    • Minguita Padilla
    • Manny Piñol
    • Juan Miguel Zubiri
  • Moreno’s Senate Slate
    • Carl Balita
    • Samira Gutoc
    • Jopet Sison
  • Pacquiao’s Senate Slate
    • Lutgardo Barbo
    • Jejomar Binay
    • Neri Colmenares
    • Francis Escudero
    • Richard Gordon
    • Elmer Labog
    • Loren Legarda
    • Raffy Tulfo
    • Joel Villanueva
    • Juan Miguel Zubiri
  • PDP-Laban (Cusi Faction) Senate Slate
    • Greco Belgica
    • John Castriciones
    • Gregorio Honasan
    • Rey Langit
    • Rodante Marcoleta
    • Salvador Panelo
    • Mark Villar
  • PGRP Senate Slate
    • Roberto Aniceto Jr.
    • Pedro Austria Jr.
    • Eleazar Calampiano
    • Florencio Carlos
    • Anthony Castro
    • Rosita Maura Delos Angeles
    • Bobby Francisco
    • Claro Guzman Jr.
    • Mario Mangco
    • Edgar Miranda
    • Jigger Pitos
    • Maria Lourdes Santiago
  • Robredo’s Senate Slate
    • Teddy Baguilat Jr.
    • Jejomar Binay
    • Leila de Lima
    • Chel Diokno
    • Francis Escudero
    • Dick Gordon
    • Risa Hontiveros
    • Alex Lacson
    • Antonio Trillanes IV
    • Joel Villanueva
    • Sonny Matula

All 316 seats in the House of Representatives are also up for grabs. There are 253 congressional districts, with each electing one representative, and 63 seats elected via the party-list system.

There are also a total of

  • 81 governors and vice governors seats, and 782 provincial boards seats in all provinces
  • 146 city mayors and vice mayors, and 1,650 city council seats in all cities
  • 1,488 municipal mayors and vice mayors, and 11,908 municipal council seats in all municipalities.

As for the party-list groups, the COMELEC has released a partial list of the groups that have been accredited for the 2022 elections. As of 30 September 2021, the list includes:

A. Registered National Political Parties

  • ABAG PROMDI (PROMDI)
  • AKBAYAN (Citizens’ Action Party) (AKBAYAN)
  • Aksyon Demokratiko (AKSYON)
  • Alliance for Barangay Concerns (ABC)
  • Alliance for Nationalism & Democracy (ANAD)
  • Alliance for the Common Good (ANG KAPATIRAN)
  • Anakpawis (ANAKPAWIS)
  • Asenso Pilipino Party (APP)
  • Bagumbayan Volunteers for a New Philippines (BAGUMBAYAN)
  • Bangon Pilipinas (BP)
  • Bayan Muna (BAYAN MUNA)
  • Bigkis Pinoy Movement (BIGKIS)
  • Buhay Hayaan Yumabong (BUHAY)
  • Buklod (BUKLOD)
  • Centrist Democratic Party of the Philippines (CDP)
  • Democratic Party of the Philippines (DPP)
  • Filipino Family Party (FFP)
  • Gabaybayan (GABAYBAYAN)
  • Kabalikat ng Mamamayang Pilipino (KAMPI)
  • Kasosyo Producer-Consumer Exchange Association Inc. (KASOSYO)
  • Katipunan ng Demokratikong Pilipino [with pending petition to for change name and acronym to Katipunan Pamilya Pilipino (KPP)] (KDP)
  • Katipunan ng Kamalayang Kayumanggi (KATIPUNAN)
  • Kilusan para sa Pambansang Pagpapanibago (BAGO)
  • Kilusang Bagong Lipunan (KBL)
  • Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP)
  • Laban Para sa Kapayapaan, Katarungan, at Kaunlaran (KKK)
  • Lakas Christian Muslim Democrats (LAKAS CMD)
  • Liberal Party (LP)
  • Makabayang Koalisyon ng Mamamayan (MAKABAYAN)
  • Nacionalista Party (NP)
  • National Alliace for Democracy (NAD)
  • National Unity Party (NUP)
  • Nationalist People’s Coalition (NPC)
  • Organized Support for the Movement to Enhance the National Agenda (Osmeña)
  • Partido Demokratikong Pilipino Lakas ng Bayan (PDP LABAN)
    • Aquilino Pimentel Wing
    • Alfonso Cusi Wing
  • Partido Demokratiko Sosyalista ng Pilipinas (PDSP)
  • Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP)
  • Partido Lakas ng Masa (PLM)
  • Partido Nationalista ng Pilipinas (PNP)
  • Partido Para sa Demokratikong Reporma [with additional acronym in the SIUS-Partido Reporma] (PDR)
  • Pederalismo ng Dugong Dakilang Samahan (PDDS)
  • People’s Reform Party (PRP)
  • Philippine Green Republican Party (PGRP)
  • Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP)
  • Rizalist Party (RIZALIST)
  • Social Justice Society (SJS)
  • Sulong! Barangay Movement
  • United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
  • Workers and Peasants Party (WPP)

B. Regional Constituency

  • Abante Anak Bisaya (BISDAK)- Region VIII
  • Aggrupation of Parties for Prosperity, Inc. (APP)- Regions IX & X
  • Alangsa Kalambu-an Ug Kalinaw (ALAYON)- Region VII
  • Alliance of Bicolnon Party (ABP)- Region V
  • Bicol Saro (BICOL SARO)- Region V
  • Bileg Ti Agkaykaysa nga Ilokano Party (BIAG)- Regions I, II, & CAR
  • Democratic Alliance (DA)- Region III
  • Democratic Alliance of Mindanaoans for Good Government (DAMGO)- Regions XI & XII
  • Economic Development for Social Advancement (EDSA)- Region VII
  • Hugpong ng Pagbabago Party (HNP)- Region XI
  • Hugpong Ilonggo sa Pagbag-o (HUGPONG ILONGGO)- Region XI
  • Islamic Party of the Philippines (IPP)- Islands of Mindano, Basilan, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi
  • Kusganong Rehiyon Sulundong Pangagamhanan (KUSGANO)- Region VII
  • Kusog Bikolandia (KB)- Region V
  • Ompia Party (OMPIA PARTY)- Regions IX & XII
  • Padayon Pilipino (PADAYON PILIPINO)- Region X
  • People’s Consultative Party (MUSHAWARA)- Provinces of Lanao del Sur, Lanao del Norte, Maguindanao, Sulu, Basilan, Tawi-Tawi, and Zamboanga del Sur
  • People’s Progressive Alliance for Peace and Good Government Towards Alleviation of Poverty and Social Advancement (PARTIDO PAG-ASA)- Western Visayas
  • Pusyon Pilipino (BISAYA)- Region VII
  • SIAP Party (SIAP)- ARMM
  • UGYON (UGYON)- Region VI (Western Visayas)
  • United Bangsamoro Justice Party (UBJP)- Mindanao
  • United Guardians Party (UGP)- Regions VI & VII

C. Provincial/Local Constituency

  • Abante Panabo (ABANTE PANABO)- City of Panabo, Davao del Norte
  • Achievement with Integrity Movement (AIM PARTY)- Province of South Cotabato
  • Adelante Zamboanga Party (AZaP)- Districts 1 & 2, Zamboanga City
  • Alyansa ng mga Makabayang Bulakenyo para sa Pagbabago (AMBP)- Province of Bulacan
  • Anak ng Candaba (ANC)- Candaba, Pampanga
  • Arangkada San Joseño (ARANGKADA)- City of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan
  • Asenso Manileño Movement (AMM)- City of Manila
  • Asenso Party (ASENSO PARTY)- Province of Abra
  • Aton Tamdon Utod Negrosanon (ATUN)- Province of Negros Occidental
  • Barog Alang sa Kauswagan Ug Demokrasya (BAKUD)- Fifth District of Cebu
  • Bileg Party (BILEG)- Province of Ilocos Sur
  • Bileg Ti La Union- Province of La Union
  • Biskeg ng Pangasinan Party- Province of Pangasinan
  • Bukidnon Paglaum Party (BPP)- Province of Bukidnon
  • Buklod Capampangan (BUKLOD CAPAMPANGAN)- Province of Pampanga and City of Angeles
  • Caloocan Team for Action Progress and Truth (CATAPAT)- City of Caloocan
  • Catanduanes Alliance for Reform and Democracy (CARD)- Province of Catanduanes
  • Christian Muslim Independent Party (CMIP)- Province of Zamboanga del Norte
  • Citizens Call for Action Party of Zamboanga City (CCA PARTY)- City of Zamboanga
  • Compostela Valley Rainbow Alliance (CORAL)- Compostela Valley Province
  • Cotabato United People's Movement (LIHOK COTABATO)- Province of North Cotabato
  • DAVSUR People Alliance Party (ALYANSA)- Province of Davao del Sur and Digos City
  • Democracy of the Independent Liberal Conservative Party (DILC)- Liloan, Cebu
  • Democratico Tabula Tua- Province of Cagayan
  • Forward with Vitality for Reforms (FVR)-Sigaw ng Kabite (FVR)-Sigaw ng Kabite – Province of Cavite including Trece Martires and Tagaytay Cities
  • Hugpong sa Tawong Lungsod (HUGPONG)- City of Davao
  • Hugpong Surigao Sur (HUGPONG)- Province of Surigao del Sur
  • Independent Nacionalista and Allies (INA)- Province of Masbate
  • Kalapian ng mga Kaibigan ng Kaunlaran- Bayan ng Hagonoy (LAPIANG K)- Hagonoy, Bulacan
  • Kalinga Political Party (KALINGA)- Third Legislative District of Nueva Ecija
  • Kapanalig at Kambilan Ning Memalen Pampanga (KAMBILAN)- Province of Pampanga
  • Kasangga ng Bayan, Tao, Kalikasan, at Kaunlaran (KABATAK)- City of Parañaque, M.M.
  • Katig-uban Nortehan (KATIG-UBAN)- Province of Northern Samar
  • Katipunan ng Bagong Caloocan (KABACA)- Caloocan City
  • Kauswagan sa Norte (KSN)- 4th District of Cebu
  • Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig (KDT)- City of Taguig
  • Kugi Uswag Sugbu (KUSUG)- City of Cebu
  • Kusog Agusanon Party (KUSGAN)- Province of Agusan del Norte
  • Kusog Baryohanon (KB)- Province of Davao del Norte
  • Kusog Davao Oriental (KDO)- Province of Davao Oriental
  • Kusog Han Eastern Samar- Province of Eastern Samar
  • Lanao People's Party (LANAO PEOPLE’S)- Province of Lanao del Sur
  • Lapian ng Pag-asa (LAPIAN)- Province of Nueva Ecija
  • Lapiang Bagong Lakas ng Nueva (BALANE)- Province of Nueva Ecija
  • Lingap Lugud Capampangan Party- Province of Pampanga
  • Lingkod Bayan-Sulong Taguig Coalition (LINGKOD-TAGUIG PARTY)- City of Taguig, M.M.
  • Liping Kalookan (LIPING KALOOKAN)- Kalookan City
  • Maguindanao Reform Party (MRP)- Province of Maguindanao
  • Malayang Kilusan ng mga Mamamayang Zambaleño (MAKIMAZA)- Province of Zambales, including Olongapo City
  • Malay Democrats of the Philippines (MDP)- Quezon City
  • Malayang Makati Movement (MMM)- City of Makati
  • Move Makati (MOVE MAKATI)- City of Makati
  • Muslim Reform Party (MRP)- Provinces of Lanao del Sur and Lanao del Norte
  • Nagkakaisang Partido ng mga Kapampangan (NKP)- Province of Pampanga
  • One Cebu (ONE CEBU)- Province of Cebu
  • One Iligan Party (ONE ILIGAN)- City of Iligan
  • One Kutawato Party (OK)- Cotabato City
  • Padajon Surigao Party (PADAJON SURIGAO)- Province of Surigao del Norte
  • Pagkakaisa ng Lalawigan ng Isabela (PALAI)- Province of Isabela
  • Paglaum Sang Banwa (PAGLAUM SANG BANWA)- Province of Negros Occidental
  • Panaghiusa (PANAGHIUSA)- Province of Cebu and Cebu City
  • Pandayan ng Magigiting na Bulakenyo (PANDAYAN PARTY)- City of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan
  • Pangkat Laguna (PANGKAT LAGUNA)- Province of Laguna
  • Partido Abe Kapampangan (PAK)- City of Angeles, Pampanga
  • Partido Balikatan ng Bataan (BALIKATAN)- Province of Bataan
  • Partido Barug (PARTIDO BARUG)- Visayan Region
  • Partido Batangueño (PARTIDO BATANGUEñO)- Province of Batangas
  • Partido del Pilar (PARTIDO DEL PILAR)- Province of Bulacan
  • Partido Dimasalang (PARTIDO DIMASALANG)- Province of Laguna including Cities of San Pablo & Calamba
  • Partido Magdalo (PARTIDO MAGDALO)- Province of Cavite
  • Partido Magdiwang (PARTIDO MAGDIWANG)- City of San Juan, M.M.
  • Partido Malolenyo (PM)- City of Malolos, Bulacan
  • Partido Navoteño (PARTIDO NAVOTEñO)- Municipality of Navotas
  • Partido ng Bagong San Pablo- San Pablo City, Laguna
  • Partido ng Masang Batangueño (PAMABATANGUEñO)- Province of Batangas
  • Partido ng Masang Lipeño- Lipa City
  • Partido Prosperidad y Amor Para na Zamboanga (PARTIDO PAZ)- Zamboanga City
  • Partido Pundok Biliranon- Biliran Province
  • Partido Tapat (TAGUIG-PATEROS ACTION TEAM)- Municipalities of Taguig and Pateros
  • Partidong Pagbabago ng Palawan (PPP)- Province of Palawan
  • People’s Alliance Development of Romblon (PADER)- Province of Romblon
  • People’s Champ Movement (w/pending petition as a national political party) (PCM)- General Santos City and Province of Sarangani
  • People’s Empowerment sa Lungsod Agham ng Muñoz (PEOPLE’S ELA)- Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
  • Philippine Christian Nationalist Party (PCNP)- Quezon City
  • Pinag-isang Lakas Tungo sa Pagbabago (PINATUBO PARTY)- Province of Zambales and Olongapo City
  • Quezon Nationalist Democratic Party- Quezon Province & Lucena City
  • Reform Caloocan Party (REFORM CALOOCAN)- City of Caloocan
  • Retailers Party (RETAILERS)- 3rd District of Manila
  • Sama Sama Tarlac (SAMA-SAMA TARLAC)- Tarlac Province
  • Samahang Novo Ecijano ng Nueva Ecija (SAMAHNA)- Province of Nueva Ecija
  • Sarangani Reconciliation and Reformation Organization (SARRO)- Province of Sarangani
  • Sulong Palawan Party (SPP)- Province of Palawan including City of Puerto Princesa
  • Sulong Zambales (SZP)- Province of Zambales
  • Tao ang Una (TAO ANG UNA)- Districts 1 & 2, Caloocan City
  • Timawa (TIMAWA)- City of Iloilo
  • Ugyon Kita Capiz (UGYON CAPIZ)- Province of Capiz and City of Roxas
  • Ummah Party (UMMAH)- Provinces of Lanao del Sur and Lanao del Norte including Cities of Marawi and Iligan
  • Umpungan ng Mapagmalasakit Patrty (UMP)- Province of Maguindanao
  • Unang Sigaw (Partido ng Pagbabago) (UNANG SIGAW)- Province of Nueva Ecija
  • United Citizens of Caloocan Party (City of Caloocan)
  • United Negros Alliance (UNEGA)- Province of Negros Occidental
  • United Q.C.- Quezon City

D. Political Party Under the Party List (PP-PL)- (including all national and regional constituencies)

  • Alliance Advocating Autonomy Party (1AAAP)- Region XI
  • 1 Serve the People (1STP)- Region IV
  • Abe Kapampangan, Inc. (ABEKA)- Region III
  • Abyan Ilonggo (ABYAN ILONGGO)- Region VI
  • Ako An Bisaya (AAB)- Region VIII
  • Ako Bicol Political Party (AKO BICOL)- Region V
  • Ako-Bisdak-Bisayang Dako (AD-BD), Inc. (AKO BISDAK)- Region VII
  • Aksyon Magsasaka-Partido Tinig ng Masa (AKMA-PTM)-Region XII
  • Alliance of Philippine Fishing Federations Inc. (ALL-FISH)- NCR
  • Anak Central with petition for change of name and acronym to Home Owners, and Marginalized Empowerment Through Opportunities with Neighborhood Economic Reliability (HOME OWNER) (ACP)- Region III
  • Avid Builders of Active Nation’s Citizenry Towards Empowered Philippines (ABANTE PILIPINAS)- NCR
  • Barangay Health Wellness (BHW)- Region V
  • Galing sa Puso (GP Party)- Region III
  • Joint Union of Active Nationalist Filipino Movement (JUAN MOVEMENT)- NCR
  • Kabalikat ng Bayan sa Kaunlaran (KABAKA)- NCR
  • Kilos Mamamayan Ngayon Na (KM NGAYON NA)- NCR
  • Kilusang May Pagasa (MAYPAGASA)- Region III
  • Kooperatiba-Kapisanan ng Magsasaka ng Pilipinas (KOOP-KAMPI)- Region IV-A CALABARZON
  • Laang Kawal ng Pilipinas (LAANG KAWAL)- NCR
  • Movement for Economic Transformation and Righteous Opportunities (METRO)- NCR
  • One Philippines (1P)- NCR
  • Partido ng Bayan ang Bida (PBB)- NCR
  • Pilipinas Para sa Pinoy (PPP)- Mindanao
  • Pinagbuklod na Filipino Para sa Bayan (BUKLOD FILIPINO)- NCR
  • Serbisyo sa Bayan Party (SBP)- NCR
  • Solid Movement Towards Comprehensive Change (SOLID-CHANGE)- NCR
  • Sulong Dignidad Party (SULONG DIGNIDAD)- NCR
  • Tingog Sinirangan (TINGOG SINIRANGAN)- Region VIII
  • Una ang Edukasyon (1-ANG EDUKASYON)- NCR
  • Union of Nationalist Democratic Filipino Organization (UNIDO)- Region IV-A
  • United Frontliners of the Philippines (USWAG ILONGGO)- Region VI
  • Wow Pilipinas Movement (WOW PILIPINAS)- NCR

E. For the 2022 NLE 1. NATIONAL

  • Partido Pilipino sa Pagbabago (PPP)- National

2. LOCAL

  • Aksyon Agad Bulacan (AKSYON AGAD)- Province of Bulacan
  • Makatizens United Party- City of Makati
  • Mindoro Bago Sarili (MBS)- Province of Oriental Mindoro
  • One Muntinlupa (1MUNTINLUPA)- City of Muntinlupa
  • Tawi-Tawi One Party (TAO)- Province of Tawi-Tawi
  • United Benguet Party (UBP)- Province of Benguet

3. PP-PL (including all national and regional constituencies)

  • Abante Pangasinan-Ilokano Party (API)- Region 1
  • Agimat ng Masa (AGIMAT)- Region IV-A
  • Aksyon Tungo sa Asenso at Pagsulong ng Pilipino (AKAP PINOY)- NCR
  • Ang Kabuhayang Kayang Kaya (AKKK)- BARMM
  • Kalipunan ng Maralita at Malayang Mamamayan, Inc. (KAMALAYAN)- NCR
  • Asenso Pinoy (ASENSO PINOY)- Region 10
  • Damayan Para sa Reporma Tungo sa Inklusibo at Laganap na mga Oportunidad Ngayon (DAMAYAN)- NCR
  • Filipino Rights Protection Advocates of Manila Movement (FRONTLINERS)- NCR
  • Kabalikat ng Hustisya ng Nagkakaisang Manileño (KABALIKAT)- NCR
  • Maharlikang Pilipino Party (MAHARLIKA)- NCR
  • Mindoro Sandugo Para sa Kaunlaran, Inc. (AYUDA SANDUGO [formerly PARTIDO SANDUGO)- Region IV
  • Tagapagtaguyod ng mga Reporma at Adhikaing Babalikat at Hahango sa mga Oportunidad para sa mga Pilipino (TRABAHO)- NCR
  • Pagtibayin at Palaguin ang Pangkabuhayang Pilipino (4Ps)- NCR








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