List of Philippine Presidents by tickets

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This is a list of Philippine Presidents by tickets. The list contains the candidates for the offices of President of the Philippines and also for the Vice President of the Philippines that their parties has nominated since 1935.

This list only includes the major parties and coalitions during the elections and their closest rivals during the elections. For full results and candidates, see the List of Philippine Presidential elections.

From the Commonwealth period to the last election prior the declaration of martial law, the major parties always split their ticket: one candidate was from Luzon and another either from the Visayas or Mindanao (the so-called "North-South" ticket). In the post-martial law period, this has been less pronounced as most candidates have been from Luzon;[1] in 2010, only the Liberal Party had a "North-South" ticket with their top opponents all have candidates based in Metro Manila.

List of Presidents by tickets[edit]

  • Bold text indicates the winner of the office they are running during the elections.
  • The colors indicate the political party or coalition of each President on Election Day.
  • Includes all losing candidates whose vote percentages were less than the winning margin, or at most four candidates, or the candidate whose vote percentage was larger than the winning margin, but beat the administration candidate, whichever is less.
  • The name of the presidential candidate is given first.
Election Administration candidate (place) Opposition candidate(s) (place)
1935 NP Manuel L. Quezon
(Tayabas)
Sergio Osmeña
(Cebu)
NSP Emilio Aguinaldo
(Cavite)
Raymundo Melliza
(Iloilo)
R Gregorio Aglipay
(Ilocos Norte)
Noberto Nabong
1941 NP Manuel L. Quezon
(Tayabas)
Sergio Osmeña
(Cebu)
PF Juan Sumulong
(Rizal)
Emilio Javier
1946 NP Sergio Osmeña
(Cebu)
Eulogio Rodriguez
(Rizal)
NP (L) Manuel Roxas
(Capiz)
Elpidio Quirino
(Ilocos Sur)
1949 LP Elpidio Quirino
(Ilocos Sur)
Fernando Lopez
(Iloilo)
NP José P. Laurel
(Batangas)
Manuel Briones
(Cebu)
LP José Avelino
(Samar)
Vicente Francisco
1953 LP Elpidio Quirino
(Ilocos Sur)
José Yulo
(Negros Occidental)
NP Ramon Magsaysay
(Zambales)
Carlos P. Garcia
(Bohol)
1957 NP Carlos P. Garcia
(Bohol)
José Laurel, Jr.
(Batangas)
LP José Yulo
(Negros Occidental)
Diosdado Macapagal
(Pampanga)
PPP Manuel Manahan
(Manila)
Vicente Araneta
(Negros Occidental)
NCP Claro M. Recto
(Quezon)
Lorenzo Tañada
(Quezon)
1961 NP Carlos P. Garcia
(Bohol)
Gil Puyat
(Manila)
LP Diosdado Macapagal
(Pampanga)
Emmanuel Pelaez
(Misamis Oriental)
I none
Sergio Osmeña, Jr.
(Cebu)
1965 LP Diosdado Macapagal
(Pampanga)
Gerardo Roxas
(Capiz)
NP Ferdinand Marcos
(Ilocos Norte)
Fernando Lopez
(Iloilo)
PPP Raul Manglapus
(Manila)
Manuel Manahan
(Manila)
1969 NP Ferdinand Marcos
(Ilocos Norte)
Fernando Lopez
(Iloilo)
LP Sergio Osmeña, Jr.
(Cebu)
Genaro Magsaysay
(Zambales)
1981 KBL Ferdinand Marcos
(Ilocos Norte)
none
NP Alejo Santos
(Bulacan)
none
F Bartolome Cabangbang
(Cebu)
none
1986 KBL Ferdinand Marcos
(Ilocos Norte)
Arturo Tolentino
(Manila)
PDP-Laban Corazon Aquino
(Tarlac)
Salvador Laurel
(Batangas)
LP none
Eva Estrada-Kalaw
(Tarlac)
1992 PDP-Laban Jovito Salonga
(Rizal)
Aquilino Pimentel, Jr.
(Misamis Oriental)
Lakas Fidel V. Ramos
(Pangasinan)
Emilio Osmeña
(Cebu)
PRP Miriam Defensor Santiago
(Iloilo)
Ramon Magsaysay, Jr.
(Manila)
NPC Eduardo Cojuangco
(Tarlac)
Joseph Estrada
(San Juan)
LDP Ramon Mitra, Jr.
(Palawan)
Marcelo Fernan
(Cebu)
1998 Lakas Jose de Venecia, Jr.
(Pangasinan)
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
(Pampanga)
LAMMP Joseph Estrada
(San Juan)
Edgardo Angara
(Aurora)
Aksyon Raul Roco
(Camarines Sur)
Irene Santiago
PROMDI Emilio Osmeña
(Cebu)
Ismael Sueño
LP Alfredo Lim
(Manila)
Sergio Osmeña III
(Cebu)
2004 Lakas Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
(Pampanga)
Noli de Castro
(Oriental Mindoro)
KNP Fernando Poe, Jr.
(Pangasinan)
Loren Legarda
(Malabon)
LDP Panfilo Lacson
(Cavite)
none
Aksyon Raul Roco
(Camarines Sur)
Herminio Aquino
(Tarlac)
BP Eddie Villanueva
(Bulacan)
none
2010 Lakas Kampi Gilberto Teodoro
(Tarlac)
Edu Manzano
(Iloilo)
LP Benigno Aquino III
(Tarlac)
Mar Roxas
(Capiz)
PMP Joseph Estrada
(San Juan)
Jejomar Binay
(Makati)
NP Manny Villar
(Las Piñas)
Loren Legarda
(Malabon)
BP Eddie Villanueva
(Bulacan)
Perfecto Yasay
(North Cotabato)
2016 LP

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