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2022 Philippine election: List of senatorial candidates

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The 2022 general election in the Philippines will be on May 9, 2022. The country will elect its 17th president and all other national, provincial and local government officials except barangay officials.

Every general election, the Philippines elects 12 new senators to replace the 12 outgoing senators, who may seek reelection. The winners will join the 12 incumbent senators who have three remaining years in office.

This will be the 34th election of members of the senate of the Philippines. The winners will serve from June 30, 2022 to June 30, 2028.

Aspiring senators filed their certificates of candidacy from October 1-8, 2021. Here is the list of candidates:

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Akbayan Citizens’ Action Party (Akbayan)

  1. Risa Hontiveros

Aksyon Demokratiko (Aksyon)

  1. Carlito “Carl” Balita
  2. Noli de Castro
  3. Samira Gutoc

Ang Kapatiran Party (AKP)

  1. Alexander Lacson

Bagumbayan–Volunteers for a New Philippines (Bagumbayan–VNP)

  1. Richard J. Gordon

Bigkis Pinoy

  1. Leo Olarte

Democratic Party of the Philippines (DPP)

  1. Baldomero Falcone

Independent

  1. Abner Afuang 
  2. Adz Nikabulin
  3. Agnes Bailen
  4. Alan Peter Cayetano
  5. Ali Kagui
  6. Anita Alingod
  7. Antonio Alabata
  8. Ariel Lim
  9. Ariel Mazo
  10. Arlene Josephine Butay
  11. Ashleah Ebad
  12. Bai Maylanie Esmael
  13. Bandao Bansilan
  14. Bertito del Mundo
  15. Bethsaida Lopez
  16. Bilgadil Aldam
  17. Chelsa Tomaquin
  18. David D’Angelo
  19. Edgar Miranda
  20. Edgardo Los Baños
  21. Ernesto Cruz
  22. Ernesto Librando
  23. Eugenio “Kenny” Insigne
  24. Fernando Diaz
  25. Filipino Alvarado
  26. Francis Leo Marcos
  27. Gil Almasco
  28. Gregorio Honasan
  29. Henry Petrola
  30. Iluminado Macalalad
  31. Jennet “Genie” Tam
  32. Jesus Aranza
  33. Joed Serrano
  34. Joel “Pastor” Apolinario
  35. Joel Villanueva
  36. Jose Castillo
  37. Jose Sonny Matula
  38. Joseph Dy
  39. Juan Miguel Zubiri
  40. Julian Navarra
  41. Junbert Guigayuma
  42. Lamberto Payongayong
  43. Leodegario Estrella
  44. Lorenzo Cagote
  45. Loreto “St. Loreto” Banosan
  46. Luther Meniano
  47. Luz Aquino
  48. Luzviminda “Winnie” Calicolan
  49. Manolo Ebora
  50. Manuel Andrada
  51. Manuel Insigne
  52. Marianito Roque
  53. Mario Camba
  54. Melissa Fortes
  55. Najar “Jinggoy Adang” Salih
  56. Napoleon Capitulo Sr.
  57. Narciso Solis
  58. Nelson “Dodong” Ancajas
  59. Norberto Esmeralda
  60. Norman Marquez
  61. Nur-Mahal “Princess Light” Kiram
  62. Orlando Bernardo
  63. Panfilo “Jun” Dabandan Jr.
  64. Paul Medard Escolano
  65. Pedro Lopez
  66. Phil Delos Reyes
  67. Pol Bulilan
  68. Ponciano Leyte Jr.
  69. Rafael “Raffy” Tulfo
  70. Ramon Bayron
  71. Rex Noel
  72. Roben Parashan
  73. Rodelo Pidoy
  74. Roger Pasa-an
  75. Romeo Plasquita
  76. Rowena Awang
  77. Samuel Hardin
  78. Samuel Sanchez
  79. Sixto Lagare
  80. Vilma Detira
  81. Wildredo Red
  82. Zigfrid Giron

Katipunan ng Demokratikong Pilipino

  1. Christopher Cruz
  2. Loreto Tenolete Jr.
  3. Reynaldo Valeros Jr.
  4. Rodolfo Javellana

Katipunan ng Kamalayang Kayumanggi

  1. Marieta Mindalano-Adam 

Katipunan ng Nagkakaisang Pilipino

  1. Arnel Paciano Casanova 
  2. Chel Diokno

Katipunan Pamilya Pilipino

  1. Nur-Ana Sahidulla 

Kilusang Bagong Lipunan (KBL)

  1. Lorenzo “Larry” Gadon

Labor Party Philippines

  1. Ibrahim Albani
  2. Melchor Chavez

Liberal Party

  1. Antonio Trillanes
  2. Leila de Lima
  3. Teddy Baguilat

Maharlika People’s Party

  1. Aaron Soguillon
  2. Edgar Avinado 
  3. Marcil Guay 
  4. Oscar Arcilla Jr.
  5. Rosemarie Palacio 
  6. Rundy Montoya 
  7. William Iliw-Iliw

Makabayang Koalisyon ng Mamamayan (Makabayan)

  1. Elmer Labog
  2. Neri Colminares

Nacionalista Party

  1. Mark Villar

National People’s Coalition (NPC)

  1. Emmanuel Piñol
  2. Francis “Chiz” Escudero
  3. Herbert Bautista
  4. Joseph Victor “JV” Ejercito
  5. Loren Legarda
  6. Win Gatchalian

Partido Demokratiko Pilipino–Lakas ng Bayan (PDP–Laban)

  1. Astravel Naik (Cusi Faction) 
  2. John Castriciones (Cusi Faction),
  3. Lutgardo Barbo (Pacquiao Faction)
  4. Rey Langit (Cusi Faction)
  5. Robin Padilla (Cusi Faction)
  6. Rodante Marcoleta (Cusi Faction)
  7. Salvador Panelo (Cusi Faction)
  8. Silvestre Bello III (Cusi Faction)

Partido Lakas ng Masa (PLM)

  1. Renecio Espiritu Jr. 
  2. Roy Cabonegro

Partido Maharlika

  1. Willie Ricablanca

Partido para sa Demokratikong Reporma (Reporma)

  1. Ma. Dominga Cecilia Padilla
  2. Monsour del Rosario
  3. Paolo Capino

Partido Pederal ng Maharlika

  1. Lynn Alegre
  2. Emily Mallillin

Pederalismo ng Dugong Dakilang Samahan (PDDS)

  1. Grego Belgica
  2. Mona Lisa Visorde

People’s Reform Party (PRP)

  1. Gilbert Teodoro

Philippine Green Republican Party (PGRP)

  1. Agnes Afable 
  2. Anthony Castro
  3. Bobby Francisco
  4. Claro Guzman
  5. Elbern Suguipit 
  6. Eleazar Calampiano
  7. Florencio Carlos
  8. Jigger ND Pitos
  9. Maria Lourdes Santiago
  10. Mario Mangco
  11. Pedro Austria 
  12. Roberto Aniceto Jr. 
  13. Rosita Maura Delos Angeles

Pwersang Masang Pilipino (PMP)

  1. Jose “Jinggoy Estrada” Pimentel Ejercito Jr.

United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) 

  1. Jejomar Binay
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In January 2022, the Philippines’ Commission on Election (COMELEC) will release the official list of candidates. Nuisance candidates will be removed.

STAY TUNED.

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