List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines

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These are the members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines. The 15th Congress convened on July 26, 2010 and will adjourn around June 2013. Senators elected on the 2007 Senate election and senators elected on the 2010 Senate election comprise the Senate while representatives elected on the 2010 House of Representatives election comprise the House of Representatives.

Senate[edit]

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Angara
Angara
13 senators
13 senators
Drilon
Drilon
Escudero
Escudero
Guingona
Guingona
Lapid
Lapid
Marcos
Marcos
Pimentel
Pimentel
Ponce Enrile
Ponce Enrile
Recto
Recto
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List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
Places of registrations of the senators, with Metro Manila and Cavite, detailed below. Take note that senators are elected at a nationwide, at-large basis.
List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines is located in Metro Manila
Estrada
Estrada
Legarda
Legarda
Villar
Villar
Arroyo
Arroyo
A. Cayetano
A. Cayetano
P. Cayetano
P. Cayetano
Honasan
Honasan
Lacson
Lacson
Osmeña
Osmeña
Pangilinan
Pangilinan
Revilla
Revilla
Santiago
Santiago
Sotto
Sotto
Trillanes
Trillanes
Places of registration of the senators from Metro Manila and Cavite.
Senator Party Terms Bloc City/municipality of registration*
Number Starts Ends
Edgardo Angara LDP 2 2007 2013 Majority Baler, Aurora
Joker Arroyo Lakas 2 2007 2013 Minority Makati
Alan Peter Cayetano Nacionalista 1 2007 2013 Minority Taguig
Pia Cayetano Nacionalista 2 2010 2016 Minority Taguig
Franklin Drilon Liberal 1 2010 2016 Majority Iloilo City
Jinggoy Estrada UNA 2 2010 2016 Majority San Juan
Francis Escudero Independent 1 2007 2013 Majority Sorsogon City, Sorsogon
Teofisto Guingona III Liberal 1 2010 2016 Majority Malaybalay, Bukidnon
Gregorio Honasan UNA 1 2007 2013 Majority Marikina
Panfilo Lacson Independent 2 2007 2013 Majority Imus, Cavite
Lito Lapid Lakas 2 2010 2016 Majority Porac, Pampanga
Loren Legarda NPC 1 2007 2013 Majority Malabon
Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. Nacionalista 1 2010 2016 Majority Batac, Ilocos Norte
Sergio Osmeña III Independent 1 2010 2016 Majority Makati
Francis Pangilinan Liberal 2 2007 2013 Majority Quezon City
Aquilino Pimentel III1 PDP-Laban 1 2011 2013 Majority Cagayan de Oro
Juan Ponce Enrile UNA 2 2010 2016 Majority Aparri, Cagayan
Ralph Recto Liberal 1 2010 2016 Majority Lipa, Batangas
Bong Revilla Lakas 2 2010 2016 Majority Imus, Cavite
Miriam Defensor Santiago PRP 2 2010 2016 Majority Quezon City
Tito Sotto NPC 1 2010 2016 Majority Quezon City
Antonio Trillanes IV Nacionalista 1 2007 2013 Minority Caloocan
Manny Villar Nacionalista 2 2007 2013 Majority Las Piñas
(vacant)2 2007 2013

*Senators are voted on a nationwide at-large basis.

^1 Assumed office on August 15, 2011, after winning an election protest against Juan Miguel Zubiri (independent, formerly Lakas) who had earlier resigned on August 3, 2011.[1]
^2 Vacancy occurred on June 30, 2010 after the inauguration of Benigno S. Aquino III (Liberal) as President of the Philippines.

House of Representatives[edit]

Final party standings.

The term of office of the members of the House of Representatives will be from June 30, 2010 to June 30, 2013. The political party stated is the one that the member is currently a member of, which may be different from the one where the member ran under during the elections, or even from the one stated on the ballot.

Representatives elected from legislative districts[edit]

Province/City District Representative Party Term Bloc
Abra Lone Ma. Jocelyn Valera-Bernos Liberal1 1 Majority
Agusan del Norte 1st Jose Aquino II Lakas 2 Minority
2nd Angelica Amante Liberal 1 Majority
Agusan del Sur 1st Maria Valentina Plaza NUP 1 Majority
2nd Evelyn Mellana NUP 1 Majority
Aklan Lone Florencio Miraflores Liberal1 3 Majority
Albay 1st Edcel Lagman Independent 3 Majority
2nd Al Francis Bichara Nacionalista 2 Majority
3rd Fernando Gonzalez2 Liberal 1 Majority
Antipolo 1st Roberto Puno NUP 2 Majority
2nd Romeo Acop Liberal 1 Majority
Antique Lone Paolo Javier Liberal 1 Majority
Apayao Lone Eleanor Begtang NPC 1 Majority
Aurora Lone Juan Edgardo Angara LDP 3 Majority
Bacolod Lone Anthony Golez, Jr. Independent 1 Majority
Baguio Lone Bernardo Vergara UNA 1 Majority
Basilan Lone Hadjiman Hataman-Salliman Liberal 1 Majority
Bataan 1st Herminia Roman Liberal 2 Majority
2nd Albert S. Garcia NUP 3 Majority
Batanes Lone Henedina Abad Liberal 1 Majority
Batangas 1st Tomas Apacible Liberal 1 Majority
2nd Hermilando Mandanas Independent 3 Majority
3rd Nelson Collantes Liberal1 1 Majority
4th Mark L. Mendoza NPC 2 Majority
Benguet Lone Ronald Cosalan Liberal 1 Majority
Biliran Lone Rogelio Espina Liberal1 1 Majority
Bohol 1st Rene Relampagos Liberal1 1 Majority
2nd Erico B. Aumentado (until December 26, 2012)3 NPC 1 Minority
3rd Arthur Yap NPC 1 Minority
Bukidnon 1st Jesus Emmanuel Paras NPC 1 Majority
2nd Florencio Flores, Jr. Nacionalista 1 Majority
3rd Jose Zubiri III Bukidnon Paglaum 2 Majority
Bulacan 1st Ma. Victoria Sy-Alvarado NUP 2 Majority
2nd Pedro Pancho NUP 3 Majority
3rd Jonjon Mendoza Liberal 1 Majority
4th Linabelle Villarica Liberal 1 Majority
Cagayan 1st Juan Ponce Enrile, Jr. NPC 1 Majority
2nd Florencio Vargas (until July 22, 2010)4 Lakas-Kampi 3 (none)
Baby Aline Vargas-Alfonso (since March 16, 2011)5 NUP 0 Majority
3rd Randolph Ting NUP 1 Majority
Cagayan de Oro 1st Jose Benjamin Benaldo Nacionalista 1 Majority
2nd Rufus Rodriguez CDP 2 Majority
Caloocan 1st Oscar Malapitan UNA 3 Majority
2nd Mitzi Cajayon NUP 2 Majority
Camarines Norte 1st Renato Unico, Jr. NUP 1 Majority
2nd Elmer Panotes Lakas 1 Minority
Camarines Sur 1st Rolando Andaya, Jr. Lakas 1 Majority
2nd Dato Arroyo Lakas 2 Minority
3rd Luis Villafuerte, Sr. NPC 3 Majority
4th Arnulfo Fuentebella NPC 3 Majority
5th Salvio Fortuno Liberal1 1 Majority
Camiguin Lone Pedro Romualdo(until April 24, 2013)16 Lakas 2 Majority
Capiz 1st Antonio Del Rosario Liberal 2 Majority
2nd Jane Castro NUP 1 Majority
Catanduanes Lone Cesar Sarmiento Liberal 1 Majority
Cavite 1st Joseph Emilio Abaya (until October 18, 2012) Liberal 3 Majority
2nd Lani Mercado Lakas 1 Minority
3rd Erineo Maliksi Liberal 1 Majority
5th Roy Loyola Liberal 1 Majority
6th Antonio Ferrer NUP 1 Majority
7th Crispin Remulla Nacionalista/Magdalo 3 Majority
Cebu 1st Eduardo Gullas Nacionalista/Alayon 3 Majority
2nd Pablo P. Garcia NUP 2 Majority
3rd Pablo John Garcia NUP 2 Majority
4th Benhur Salimbangon NUP 1 Majority
5th Ramon Durano VI NPC 2 Majority
6th Gabriel Luis Quisumbing Liberal 1 Majority
Cebu City 1st Rachel del Mar Liberal 1 Majority
2nd Tomas Osmeña Liberal 1 Majority
Compostela Valley 1st Maria Carmen Zamora Liberal1 1 Majority
2nd Rommel Amatong Lakas 2 Majority
Cotabato (North) 1st Jesus Sacdalan Liberal 1 Majority
2nd Nancy Catamco Liberal 1 Majority
Dasmariñas City Lone Elpidio Barzaga, Jr. NUP 2 Majority
Davao City 1st Karlo Nograles NUP 1 Majority
2nd Mylene Garcia-Albano Liberal1 1 Majority
3rd Isidro Ungab Liberal/Hugpong 2 Majority
Davao del Norte 1st Antonio Rafael del Rosario Liberal 1 Majority
2nd Antonio Lagdameo, Jr. NUP 2 Majority
Davao del Sur 1st Marc Douglas Cagas IV Nacionalista 2 Minority
2nd Franklin Bautista Liberal 2 Majority
Davao Oriental 1st Nelson Dayanghirang Nacionalista 2 Majority
2nd Thelma Almario Lakas 2 Majority
Dinagat Islands6 Lone Ruben Ecleo, Jr. (until May 31, 2012)7 Lakas 1 Majority
Eastern Samar Lone Ben Evardone Liberal1 1 Majority
Guimaras Lone Joaquin Carlos Rahman Nava Liberal1 2 Majority
Ifugao Lone Teodoro Baguilat, Jr. Liberal 1 Majority
Iligan City Lone Vicente Belmonte, Jr. Liberal 2 Majority
Ilocos Norte 1st Rodolfo Fariñas Nacionalista 1 Majority
2nd Imelda Marcos KBL/Nacionalista 1 Majority
Ilocos Sur 1st Ronald Singson (until March 7, 2011)8 Lakas-Kampi 2 Majority
Ryan Singson (since May 30, 2011)9 Nacionalista/Biled 0 Majority
2nd Eric Singson, Jr. Liberal1 1 Majority
Iloilo 1st Janette Garin Liberal 3 Majority
2nd Augusto Syjuco, Jr. UNA 1 Minority
3rd Arthur Defensor, Jr. Liberal 1 Majority
4th Ferjenel Biron UNA 3 Majority
5th Niel Tupas, Jr. Liberal 2 Majority
Iloilo City Lone Jerry Treñas Liberal 1 Majority
Isabela 1st Rodolfo Albano, Jr. NPC 1 Minority
2nd Anna Cristina Go Nacionalista 1 Majority
3rd Napoleon Dy NPC 1 Majority
4th Giorgidi Aggabao NPC 2 Majority
Kalinga Lone Manuel Agyao Liberal 2 Majority
La Union 1st Victor Francisco Ortega Lakas 2 Majority
2nd Eufranio Eriguel NPC 1 Majority
Laguna 1st Danilo Fernandez Liberal 2 Majority
2nd Timmy Chipeco Liberal 3 Majority
3rd Evita Arago Liberal 2 Majority
4th Edgar San Luis NPC/Liberal 2 Majority
Lanao del Norte 1st Imelda Dimaporo NPC 1 Minority
2nd Fatima Aliah Dimaporo NPC 1 Minority
Lanao del Sur 1st Mohammed Hussein Pacasum Pangandaman Independent 1 Minority
2nd Pangalian Balindong Liberal 2 Majority
Lapu-Lapu City Lone Arturo Radaza Lakas 1 Minority
Las Piñas Lone Mark Villar Nacionalista 1 Majority
Leyte 1st Ferdinand Martin Romualdez Lakas 2 Minority
2nd Sergio Apostol Liberal1 1 Majority
3rd Andres Salvacion, Jr. Liberal1 2 Majority
4th Lucy Torres Liberal 1 Majority
5th Jose Carlos Cari Liberal1 1 Majority
Maguindanao 1st Bai Sandra Sema Liberal 1 Majority
2nd Simeon Datumanong Lakas 3 Minority
Makati 1st Monique Lagdameo UNA 1 Majority
2nd Abigail Binay PDP-LABAN 2 Majority
Malabon Lone Josephine Lacson-Noel NPC 2 Majority
Mandaluyong Lone Neptali M. Gonzales, Jr. Liberal 2 Majority
Manila 1st Benjamin Asilo Liberal/KKK 2 Majority
2nd Carlo Lopez Liberal/KKK 1 Majority
3rd Zenaida Angping NPC 2 Majority
4th Trisha Bonoan-David NUP 2 Majority
5th Amado Bagatsing KABAKA 2 Majority
6th Rosenda Ocampo Liberal/KKK 1 Majority
Marikina 1st Marcelino Teodoro Liberal1 2 Majority
2nd Miro Quimbo Liberal 1 Majority
Marinduque Lone Lord Allan Jay Velasco NUP 1 Majority
Masbate 1st Narciso Bravo, Jr. NUP 3 Majority
2nd Antonio Kho Lakas 2 Majority
3rd Scott Davies Lanete NPC 1 Majority
Misamis Occidental 1st Jorge Almonte Liberal 1 Majority
2nd Loreto Ocampos Liberal 1 Majority
Misamis Oriental 1st Peter Unabia Liberal 1 Majority
2nd Yevgeny Vincente Emano Nacionalista 2 Majority
Mountain Province Lone Maximo Dalog Liberal1 1 Majority
Muntinlupa Lone Rodolfo Biazon Liberal 1 Majority
Navotas Lone Toby Tiangco UNA/Navoteño 1 Independent
Negros Occidental 1st Jules Ledesma NPC 2 Majority
2nd Alfredo Marañon III NUP 3 Majority
3rd Alfredo Benitez Liberal 1 Majority
4th Jeffrey Ferrer Independent 2 Majority
5th Iggy Arroyo (until January 26, 2012)10 Lakas-Kampi 3 Minority
Alejandro Mirasol (since June 4, 2012)11 Liberal 0 Majority
6th Mercedes Alvarez Liberal 1 Majority
Negros Oriental 1st Jocelyn Limkaichong Liberal 2 Majority
2nd George Arnaiz NPC 2 Majority
3rd Pryde Henry Teves NPC 2 Majority
Northern Samar 1st Raul Daza Liberal 1 Majority
2nd Emil Ong NUP 2 Majority
Nueva Ecija 1st Josefina Joson NPC/BALANE 1 Majority
2nd Joseph Gilbert Violago Liberal1 2 Majority
3rd Czarina Umali Liberal 2 Majority
4th Rodolfo Antonino NUP 3 Majority
Nueva Vizcaya Lone Carlos M. Padilla Nacionalista/Abante 2 Minority
Occidental Mindoro Lone Ma. Amelita Villarosa Lakas 3 Majority
Oriental Mindoro 1st Rodolfo Valencia Liberal1 3 Majority
2nd Reynaldo Umali Liberal 1 Majority
Palawan 1st Antonio C. Alvarez NUP 3 Majority
2nd Victorino Dennis Socrates NUP 1 Majority
Pampanga 1st Carmelo Lazatin Lakas 2 Minority
2nd Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo Lakas 1 Minority
3rd Aurelio Gonzales, Jr. NPC 2 Majority
4th Anna York Bondoc Nacionalista 3 Majority
Pangasinan 1st Jesus Celeste NPC 1 Majority
2nd Leopoldo Bataoil NPC 1 Majority
3rd Maria Rachel Arenas Liberal 2 Majority
4th Gina de Venecia NPC 1 Majority
5th Carmen Cojuangco NPC 1 Majority
6th Marlyn Aggabas NPC 1 Majority
Parañaque 1st Edwin Olivarez Liberal 1 Majority
2nd Roilo Golez Liberal 3 Majority
Pasay Lone Imelda Calixto-Rubiano Liberal 1 Majority
Pasig Lone Roman Romulo Liberal 2 Majority
Quezon 1st Wilfrido Mark Enverga NPC 2 Majority
2nd Irvin Alcalá Liberal 1 Majority
3rd Danilo Suarez Lakas 3 Minority
4th Lorenzo Tañada III Liberal 3 Majority
Quezon City 1st Vincent Crisologo UNA 3 Majority
2nd Winston Castelo Liberal 1 Majority
3rd Jorge Banal, Jr. Liberal 1 Majority
4th Feliciano Belmonte, Jr. Liberal 1 Majority
Quirino Lone Dakila Carlo Cua Liberal 1 Majority
Rizal 1st Joel Duavit NPC 1 Majority
2nd Isidro Rodriguez, Jr. NPC 1 Majority
Romblon Lone Eleandro Jesus Madrona Nacionalista[2] 2 Majority
Samar 1st Mel Senen Sarmiento Liberal1 1 Majority
2nd Milagrosa Tan NPC 1 Majority
San Jose del Monte Lone Arthur Robes Liberal1 2 Majority
San Juan Lone JV Ejercito PMP/Magdiwang 1 Majority
Sarangani Lone Manny Pacquiao UNA/PCM 1 Majority
Siquijor Lone Orlando Fua Lakas 2 Minority
Sorsogon 1st Salvador Escudero III (until August 13, 2012)12 Liberal[3] 2 Majority
2nd Deogracias Ramos, Jr. Liberal 1 Majority
South Cotabato 1st Pedro Acharon, Jr. NPC 1 Majority
2nd Daisy Fuentes NPC 1 Majority
Southern Leyte Lone Roger Mercado NUP 3 Majority
Sultan Kudarat 1st Raden Sakaluran Independent 1 Majority
2nd Arnulfo Go NUP 2 Majority
Sulu 1st Tupay Loong NUP 1 Majority
2nd Nur-Ana Sahidulla NPC 1 Majority
Surigao del Norte 1st Francisco Matugas Liberal 2 Majority
2nd Guillermo Romarate, Jr. Liberal 2 Majority
Surigao del Sur 1st Philip Pichay Lakas 2 Minority
2nd Florencio Garay Liberal 2 Majority
TaguigPateros 1st Arnel Cerafica Liberal/KDT 1 Majority
Taguig 2nd Sigfrido Tiñga Liberal/KDT 1 Majority
Tarlac 1st Enrique Cojuangco NPC 1 Majority
2nd Susan Yap-Sulit NPC 1 Majority
3rd Jeci Lapus NUP 2 Majority
Tawi-Tawi Lone Nur Jaafar NPC 3 Majority
Valenzuela 1st Rexlon Gatchalian NPC 2 Majority
2nd Magtanggol Gunigundo Lakas 2 Majority
Zambales 1st Maria Milagros Magsaysay UNA 3 Majority
2nd Antonio M. Diaz (until August 3, 2011)12 LM 3 Majority
Hermogenes Omar Ebdane III (since February 13, 2012)13 LM/Sulong Zambales 0 Majority
Zamboanga City 1st Maria Isabelle Climaco Salazar Liberal 2 Majority
2nd Erico Basilio Fabian Nacionalista 3 Majority
Zamboanga del Norte 1st Seth Jalosjos Lakas 1 Majority
2nd Rosendo Labadlabad Liberal 2 Majority
3rd Cesar Jalosjos Lakas 3 Majority
Zamboanga del Sur 1st Victor Yu NPC 2 Majority
2nd Aurora Cerilles NPC 1 Majority
Zamboanga Sibugay 1st Jonathan Yambao Nacionalista 1 Majority
2nd Romeo Jalosjos, Jr. Nacionalista 1 Majority

Sectoral representatives[edit]

Party Representative Term Bloc
1st Consumer's Alliance for Rural Energy (1-CARE) Salvador Cabaluna III 1 Majority
Michael Angelo Rivera 1 Majority
United Transport Coalition (1-UTAK) Zenaida Maranan14 1 Majority
Advocacy for Teacher Empowerment Through Action, Cooperation and Harmony Towards Educational Reforms (A TEACHER) Mariano Piamonte, Jr. 2 Majority
Julieta Cortuna 1 Majority
Kasosyo Producer-Consumer Exchange Association (AA-KASOSYO) Nasser Pangandaman15 1 Minority
Ang Asosasyon Sang Mangunguma Nga Bisaya-Owa Mangunguma (AAMBIS-Owa) Sharon Garin 1 Majority
Aangat Tayo Daryl Grace Abayon 1 Majority
Abante Mindanao (ABAMIN) Maximo Rodriguez, Jr. 1 Majority
Abono Robert Raymund Estrella 2 Majority
Francisco Emmanuel Ortega III 2 Majority
Arts, Business and Science Professionals (ABS) Catalina Leonen-Pizarro 2 Majority
Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT Teachers) Antonio Tinio 1 Majority
Agricultural Sector Alliance of the Philippines, Inc. (AGAP) Nicanor Briones 2 Majority
Agbiag! Timpuyog Ilokano (AGBIAG) Patricio Antonio 1 Majority
Alyansa ng mga Grupong Haligi ng Agham at Teknolohiya para sa Mamamayan (AGHAM) Angelo Palmones 1 Majority
Ang Galing Pinoy (AGP) Mikey Arroyo 3 Minority
Akbayan Citizens' Action Party (Akbayan) Walden Bello 2 Majority
Kaka Bag-ao 1 Majority
Ako Bicol Political Party (AKB) Christopher Co 1 Majority
Rodel Batocabe 1 Majority
Alfredo Garbin, Jr. 1 Majority
Alagad Rodante Marcoleta 3 Majority
Alay Buhay Weslie Gatchalian 1 Majority
Association of Laborers and Employees (ALE) Catalina Bagasina 1 Minority
Ang Laban ng Indiginong Filipino (ALIF) Acmad Tomawis 2 Majority
An Waray Florencio Noel 3 Majority
Neil Benedict Montejo 1 Majority
Alliance for Nationalism and Democracy (ANAD) Pastor Alcover, Jr. 2 Minority
Anakpawis Rafael Mariano 3 Majority
Kasangga sa Kaunlaran (Ang Kasangga) Teodorico T. Haresco, Jr. 1 Majority
Association of Philippine Electric Cooperatives (APEC) Ponciano Payuyo 1 Majority
Adhikaing Tinataguyod ng Kooperatiba (ATING Koop) Isidro Lico 1 Majority
Alliance of Volunteer Educators (AVE) Eulogio Magsaysay 1 Majority
Bagong Henerasyon (BH) Bernadette Herrera-Dy 1 Majority
Bayan Muna Teodoro Casiño 3 Majority
Neri Colmenares 2 Majority
Buhay Hayaan Yumabong (BUHAY) Erwin Tieng 1 Majority
Mariano Michael Velarde, Jr. 2 Majority
Butil Farmers Party (BUTIL) Agapito Guanlao 2 Majority
Citizens' Battle Against Corruption (CIBAC) Cinchona Cruz-Gonzales 2 Majority
Sherwin Tugna 1 Majority
Cooperative NATCCO Network Party (COOP-NATCCO) Cresente Paez 2 Majority
Jose Ping-ay 2 Majority
Democratic Independent Workers' Association (DIWA) Emmeline Aglipay 1 Majority
Gabriela Women's Party (GABRIELA) Luzviminda Ilagan 2 Majority
Emerenciana De Jesus 1 Majority
Kabataan Partylist Raymond Palatino 2 Majority
Kapatiran ng mga Nakakulong na Walang Sala (KAKUSA) Ranulfo Canonigo 2 Majority
Kalinga-Advocacy for Social Empowerment and Nation-Building Through Easing Poverty (KALINGA) Abigail Faye Ferriol 1 Majority
LPG Marketers' Association (LPGMA) Arnel Ty 1 Majority
Puwersa ng Bayaning Atleta (PBA) Mark Aeron Sambar 1 Majority
Coalition of Associations of Senior Citizens in the Country (SENIOR CITIZENS) Godofredo V. Arquiza 2 Majority
David Kho (resigned December 2011)[4] 1 Majority
Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) Raymond Democrito Mendoza 2 Majority
Una ang Pamilya (1 ANG PAMILYA) Reena Concepción Obillo 1 Minority
You Against Corruption and Poverty (YACAP) Carol Jane Lopez 1 Majority

Notes[edit]

^1 Switched to Liberal Party after the elections.[5]
^2 Proclaimed, but his proclamation was nullified on July 23, 2010 because he was already disqualified for running for Congress by the COMELEC Second Division on May 8, 2011 since he was not a natural-born Filipino citizen. For the time being, he is still seated as a representative, as he is appealing to avoid being replaced by Reno Lim (Lakas-Kampi).[6]
^3 Died on December 25, 2012[7]
^4 Died on July 22, 2010.[8]
^5 Assumed office after winning a special election.[8]
^6 The creation of the Dinagat Islands was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court on February 11, 2010, and the province was reverted back to Surigao del Norte. However, the Supreme Court reversed its decision on April 13, 2011, and restored the Dinagat Islands as a province, along with its own representative.[9]
^7 Ordered dropped from the rolls after the Supreme Court upheld the conviction of Ecleo for graft.[10]
^8 Resigned due to a personal scandal.[11]
^9 Assumed office after winning a special election.[11]
^10 Died on January 26, 2012.[12]
^11 Assumed office after winning a special election.[12]
^12 Died on August 3, 2011.[13]
^13 Died on August 13, 2012.[14]
^14 Replaced Homer Mercado on October 9, 2012 after his resignation.[15]
^15 Replaced Solaiman Pangandaman on July 22, 2011 after his resignation.[16]
^16 Died on April 24, 2013.

Changes[edit]

These are the changes in membership after the proclamation of winners:

Senate[edit]

A vacant seat can only be filled up on a special election held on the day of the next regular election.

Term ending Party Former senator Left office Cause Party New senator Took office
2013 Liberal Benigno Aquino III June 30, 2010 Elected president To be filled at the next Senate election.
2013 Independent Juan Miguel Zubiri August 3, 2011 Resignation PDP-Laban Aquilino Pimentel III[1] August 15, 2011

House of Representatives[edit]

  • For representatives elected via legislative districts, a special election will be called to determine the successor unless the vacancy occurred a year before the next regular election.
  • For sectoral representatives, the next person on the list will take office.
Seat Party Former representative Left office Cause Special election Party New representative Took office
Cagayan–2nd Lakas-Kampi Florencio Vargas July 22, 2010 Death March 12, 2011 Lakas-Kampi Baby Aline Vargas-Alfonso[8] March 16, 2011
Ilocos Sur–1st Lakas-Kampi Ronald Singson March 7, 2011 Resignation May 28, 2011 Biled Ryan Singson[11] May 30, 2011
Party-list AA-Kasosyo Solaiman Pangandaman July 13, 2011 Resignation None AA-Kasosyo Nasser Pangandaman[16] July 25, 2011
Zambales–2nd Lapiang Manggagawa Antonio M. Diaz August 3, 2011 Death February 4, 2012 Lapiang Manggagawa Omar Ebdane[13] February 13, 2012
Party-list Senior Citizens David Kho December 31, 2011 Resignation None Denied by the Commission on Elections.[17]
Negros Occidental–5th Lakas-Kampi Iggy Arroyo January 26, 2012 Death June 2, 2012 Liberal Alejandro Mirasol June 4, 2012
Party-list 1-UTAK Homero Mercado May 29, 2012[18] Resignation None 1-UTAK Zenaida de Castro October 9, 2012[15]
Dinagat Islands Lakas Ruben Ecleo, Jr. May 31, 2012 Dropped from the rolls None[10]
Sorsogon–1st Liberal Salvador Escudero August 13, 2012 Death None
Cavite–1st Liberal Joseph Emilio Abaya October 18, 2012 Sworn in as DOTC secretary None
Bohol–2nd NPC Erico B. Aumentado December 25, 2012 Death None
Leyte–4th Liberal Lucy Torres-Gomez March 19, 2013 Ordered removed by the Supreme Court None
Camiguin Lakas Pedro Romualdo April 24, 2013 Death None

Vacancies[edit]

These are the vacant seats in Congress:

References[edit]

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  12. ^ a b "Rep. Iggy Arroyo removed from life support, dies — report". GMANetwork.com/news. 2012-01-26. Retrieved 2012-01-27. 
  13. ^ a b "Zambales Rep. Antonio Diaz passes away". ABS-CBNnews.com. 2010-08-03. Retrieved 2011-11-08. 
  14. ^ "Sen. Escudero's father dies". ABS-CBNnews.com. 2012-08-13. 
  15. ^ a b Luci, Charissa (2012-10-09). "House Welcomes ‘Ka Zeny’". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved 2012-10-10. 
  16. ^ a b "Nasser Pangandaman to be sworn in despite protests". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 2011-07-23. Retrieved 2011-11-08. 
  17. ^ "IN RE: PETITION FOR CONFIRMATION OF REPLACEMENT OF RESIGNED PARTY-LIST NOMINEE COALITION OF ASSOCIATIONS OF SENIOR CITIZENS IN THE PHILIPPINES, INC., (SENIOR CITIZENS PARTY-LIST)". Commission on Elections. June 27, 2012. Retrieved August 17, 2012. 
  18. ^ Calonzo, Andreo (2012-06-13). "1-UTAK party-list solon quits post to transfer to new group". GMA News Online. Retrieved 2012-10-10.