Halalan para sa Senado ng Pilipinas, 2019

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Halalan para sa Senado ng Pilipinas, 2019

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12 (of the 24) seats to the Senate of the Philippines
13 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
  Francis Pangilinan appointed PAFSAM 5.6.14.png Koko Pimentel IAEA cropped.jpg Sen. Pres Vicente Sotto (cropped2).jpg
Leader Francis Pangilinan Koko Pimentel Tito Sotto
Party Liberal PDP-Laban NPC
Last election 5 seats, 31.30% of vote Did not participate 2 seats, 10.07% of vote
Current seats 5 4 4
Seats needed 1 2 2
Seats up 1 2 1

  Nancy Binay 2018 DOST.jpg Cynthia Villar.jpg Senator Angara (cropped).jpg
Leader Nancy Binay Cynthia Villar Sonny Angara
Party UNA Nacionalista LDP
Last election 1 seat, 7.64% of vote 0 seats, 0.85% of vote Did not participate
Current seats 2 2 1
Seats needed 2 2 1
Seats up 2 2 1

Incumbent Senate President

Tito Sotto
NPC



Ang artikulong ito ay bahagi ng seryeng:
Politika at pamahalaan ng
Pilipinas

Ang Miyembro ng Pang-senadong halalan sa Pilipinas ay isasagawa sa Lunes, 13 Mayo 2019. Ito ay para maghalal ng 12 sa 24 na pwesto sa Senado. Para sa darating na halalan sa Mayo, labingdalawa ang para sa anim na taong termino na magsisimula sa 30 Hunyo 2019. Ang Pang-kinatawan na halalan gayundin ang mga halalang lokal ay magkakasabay na gaganapin sa isang petsa. Gumagamit ang Pilipinas ng sistemang plurality-at-large na pagboto para sa pwesto sa Senado.

Mga kandidato[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Hugpong ng Pagbabago/PDP-Laban[1]
# Name Party
8. Sonny Angara LDP
16. Bong Revilla Lakas
19. Pia Cayetano Nacionalista
24. Bato dela Rosa PDP-Laban
26. JV Ejercito NPC
29. Jinggoy Estrada PMP
34. Bong Go PDP-Laban
44. Dong Mangudadatu PDP-Laban
45. Jiggy Manicad Independent
46. Imee Marcos Nacionalista
54. Koko Pimentel PDP-Laban
60. Francis Tolentino PDP-Laban
62. Cynthia Villar Nacionalista
Katipunan ng Demokratikong Pilipino
# Name Party
18. Toti Casiño KDP
21. Glenn Chong KDP
39. RJ Javellana KDP
58. Lady Ann Sahidulla KDP
61. Butch Valdes KDP

Bagumbayan-VNP
# Name Party
7. Raffy Alunan Bagumbayan-VNP

Otso Diretso[2]
# Name Party
5. Gary Alejano Liberal
9. Bam Aquino Liberal
25. Chel Diokno Liberal
36. Samira Gutoc Liberal
37. Florin Hilbay Aksyon
41. Romy Macalintal Independent
57. Mar Roxas Liberal
58. Erin Tañada Liberal
United Nationalist Alliance
# Name Party
15. Nancy Binay UNA
56. Dan Roleda UNA
Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino
# Name Party
27. Juan Ponce Enrile PMP
Labor Party Philippines
# Name Party
2. Abner Afuang PMM
4. Shariff Albani PMM
10. Gerald Arcega PMM
12. Marcelino Arias PMM
20. Melchor Chavez PMM
35. Junbert Guigayuma PMM
47. Sonny Matula PMM
48. Luther Meniano PMM
49. Allan Montaño Independent

Makabayang Koalisyon ng Mamamayan
# Name Party
22. Neri Colmenares Makabayan
Partido Lakas ng Masa
# Name Party
23. Leody De Guzman PLM
Independent candidates
# Name Party
1. Vangie Abejo Independent
3. Freddie Aguilar Independent
6. Richard Alfajora Independent
11. Lawin Arellano Independent
14. Jonathan Baldevarona Independent
17. Jess Caceres Independent
28. Agnes Escudero Independent
31. Charlie Gaddi Independent
33. Ding Generoso Independent
38. Abraham Jangao Independent
42. Emily Mallillin Independent
44. Faisal Mangondato Independent
50. Josh Nalliw Independent
52. Serge Osmeña Independent
55. Grace Poe Independent
Partido Federal ng Pilipinas
# Name Party
30. Elmer Francisco PFP
53. Diosdado Padilla PFP
Philippine Democratic Socialist Party
# Name Party
13. Bernard Austria PDSP
Other non-independents
# Name Party
32. Larry Gadon KBL
40. Lito Lapid NPC
51. Willie Ong Lakas

Talaan ng Opinyon[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Resulta[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Before
election
Senate bloc Majority bloc Minority bloc
Party
After
election
Party Seats up for election
Senate bloc 18th Congress of the Philippines

Key:

  • ‡ Seats up
  • * Gained by a party from another party
  • √ Held by the incumbent
  • + Held by the same party with a new senator

Pang kandidato[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

e • d Summary of the May 13, 2019 Philippine Senate election results
# Candidate Coalition Party Votes %
1. Cynthia Villar HNP Nacionalista 25,283,727 53.46%
2. Grace Poe Independent 22,029,788 46.58%
3. Bong Go HNP PDP-Laban 20,029,703 42.35%
4. Pia Cayetano HNP Nacionalista 19,789,019 41.84%
5. Ronald dela Rosa HNP PDP-Laban 19,004,225 40.18%
6. Sonny Angara HNP LDP 18,161,862 38.40%
7. Lito Lapid NPC 16,965,464 35.87%
8. Imee Marcos HNP Nacionalista 15,882,628 33.58%
9. Francis Tolentino HNP PDP-Laban 15,510,026 32.79%
10. Koko Pimentel HNP PDP-Laban 14,668,665 31.01%
11. Bong Revilla HNP Lakas 14,624,445 30.92%
12. Nancy Binay UNA 14,504,936 30.67%
13. JV Ejercito HNP NPC 14,313,727 30.26%
14. Bam Aquino Otso Diretso Liberal 14,144,923 29.91%
15. Jinggoy Estrada HNP PMP 11,359,305 24.02%
16. Mar Roxas Otso Diretso Liberal 9,843,288 20.81%
17. Sergio Osmeña III Independent 9,455,202 19.99%
18. Willie Ong Lakas 7,616,265 16.10%
19. Dong Mangudadatu HNP PDP-Laban 7,499,604 15.86%
20. Jiggy Manicad HNP Independent 6,896,889 14.58%
21. Chel Diokno Otso Diretso Liberal 6,342,939 13.41%
22. Juan Ponce Enrile PMP 5,319,298 11.25%
23. Gary Alejano Otso Diretso Liberal 4,726,652 9.99%
24. Neri Colmenares Labor Win Makabayan 4,683,942 9.90%
25. Samira Gutoc Otso Diretso Liberal 4,345,252 9.19%
26. Romulo Macalintal Otso Diretso Independent 4,007,339 8.47%
27. Erin Tañada Otso Diretso Liberal 3,870,529 8.18%
28. Larry Gadon KBL 3,487,780 7.37%
29. Florin Hilbay Otso Diretso Aksyon 2,757,879 5.83%
30. Freddie Aguilar Independent 2,580,230 5.46%
31. Glenn Chong KDP 2,534,335 5.36%
32. Raffy Alunan Bagumbayan-VNP 2,059,359 4.35%
33. Faisal Mangondato KKK Independent 1,988,719 4.20%
34. Agnes Escudero KKK Independent 1,545,985 3.27%
35. Dado Padilla PFP 1,095,337 2.32%
36. Ernesto Arellano KKK, Labor Win Independent 937,713
37. Allan Montaño Labor Win Independent 923,419
38. Leody de Guzman Labor Win PLM 893,506
39. Melchor Chavez PMM 764,473
40. Vanjie Abejo KKK Independent 656,006
41. Toti Casiño KDP 580,853
42. Abner Afuang PMM 559,001
43. Shariff Albani PMM 496,855
44. Dan Roleda UNA 469,840
45. Ding Generoso KKK Independent 449,785
46. Lady Ann Sahidulla KDP 444,096
47. Abraham Jangao Independent 434,697
48. Marcelino Arias PMM 404,513
49. Richard Alfajora KKK Independent 404,513
50. Sonny Matula Labor Win PMM 400,339
51. Elmer Francisco PFP 395,427
52. Joan Sheelah Nalliw KKK Independent 390,165
53. Gerald Arcega PMM 383,749
54. Butch Valdes KDP 367,851
55. Jesus Caceres KKK Independent 358,472
56. Bernard Austria PDSP 347,013
57. Jonathan Baldevarona Independent 310,411
58. Emily Mallillin KKK Independent 304,215
59. Charlie Gaddi KKK Independent 286,361
60. RJ Javellana KDP 258,538
61. Junbert Guigayuma PMM 240,306
62. Luther Meniano PMM 159,774
Total turnout 47,296,442 74.31%
Total votes N/A
Registered voters, including overseas voters 63,643,263 100.0%
Reference: Commission on Elections sitting as the National Board of Canvassers.

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