Alliance for Barangay Concerns

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The Alliance for Barangay Concerns (abbreviated ABC) is a political party in the Philippines. It is accredited by the Commission on Elections as a party-list group. The ABC is headed by its national party chairman, James Marty Lim, the former national president of the Liga ng mga Barangay.

In the 2007 elections, the ABC received 0.63 percent of the party-list vote as of June 4, 2007, placing it in 43rd place in the overall party-list count. It also fielded candidates for local positions in the province of Marinduque. Out of its Marinduque slate, one mayor, one vice-mayor, one provincial board member and six town councilors, all from the municipality of Gasan, won in the election.

In the 2010 party-list elections, the ABC received a 1.9% rating in a survey released by the Social Weather Stations last April 2010, and subsequently won one seat, but was disqualified for being a front of the Members Church of God International.

Electoral performance[edit]

Election Votes  % Seats
2007 90,125 0.56% 0
2010 471,407 1.58% 0

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