Aquino–Binay Campaign, 2010

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NoyBi[1]
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NoyBi Campaign 2010
Campaign Philippine presidential election, 2010
Candidate Noynoy Aquino (Liberal Party)
Jejomar Binay (PDP-Laban)
Affiliation None
Status Won election, May 10, 2010[2][3]
Headquarters Parc House Building, EDSA
Key people Francis Escudero
Pastor “Boy” Saycon
Jose “Peping” Cojuangco
Billy Esposo
Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski
Maria Montelibano
Tingting Cojuangco
Robert Jaworski, Jr.
Conrado de Quiros

The Noynoy-Binay campaign or NoyBi began when Senator Francis Escudero endorsed the candidates Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III and Jejomar Binay as President and Vice President respectively. This was done without the consent of the two candidates, especially since Escudero, Binay, and Aquino all come from different political parties. Aquino had Manuel "Mar" Roxas II as his running mate for Vice President, while Binay was the Vice Presidential candidate of Joseph Estrada, who was aiming to be elected president for a second time. The campaign was nonetheless successful as Aquino and Binay were elected as President and Vice President of the Philippines.[4]

Winning presidential and vice presidential candidates per province/city in the elections. Note that the two positions are voted separately and voters can split their votes.

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