Philippine House of Representatives elections, 2004

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Philippine House of Representatives elections, 2004
Philippines
2001 ←
May 10, 2004 → 2007

All 261 seats in the House of Representatives (including underhangs)
131 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
  Speakerjdv.jpg Chiz.jpg
Leader Jose de Venecia, Jr. Francis Escudero
Party Lakas NPC
Alliance K4 KNP
Leader's seat Pangasinan–4th Sorsogon–1st
Last election 73 seats 40 seats
Seats won 92 53
Seat change Increase 19 Increase 13

  Third party Fourth party
  Noynoy Aquino.jpg
Leader Benigno Aquino III Carlos M. Padilla
Party Liberal LDP
Alliance K4 KNP
Leader's seat Tarlac–2nd Nueva Vizcaya-Lone
Last election 19 seats 21 seats
Seats won 29 15
Seat change Increase 10 Decrease 6

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Speaker before election

Jose de Venecia
Lakas

Elected Speaker

Jose de Venecia
Lakas

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The Elections for the House of Representatives of the Philippines were held on May 10, 2004. Being held together with presidential election, the party of the incumbent president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, Lakas-Christian Muslim Democrats, and by extension the administration-led coalition, the Koalisyon ng Katapatan at Karanasan sa Kinabukasan (K4), won majority of the seats in the House of Representatives.[1]

The elected representatives will serve in the 13th Congress from 2004 to 2007.

Results[edit]

Elections for representatives from districts[edit]

e • d Summary of the May 10, 2004 Philippine House of Representatives election results
Parties and coalitions Seats %
Lakas 92 37.2%
NPC 53 21.5%
Liberal 29 11.8%
LDP 15 6.1%
PMP 5 2.0%
Aksyon 2 0.8%
KAMPI 2 0.8%
Nacionalista 2 0.8%
PDP-Laban 2 0.8%
KBL 1 0.4%
PDSP 1 0.4%
Reporma-LM 1 0.4%
Independent 4 1.6%
Totals 209 84.6%

Election for sectoral representatives[edit]

Result of the Philippine House of Representatives party-list election. Proportion of votes (inner ring) as compared to proportion of seats (outer ring) of the political parties. Parties that did not win any seat are represented by a gray pie slice, unfilled seats due to the 3-seat cap and 2% threshold are denoted by a black slice.
e • d Summary of the May 10, 2004 Philippines House of Representatives party-list election result
Party Votes % Swing Seats
won
Bayan Muna 1,203,305 9.46% Decrease 1.84% 3
APEC 934,995 7.35% Increase 2.04% 3
Akbayan 852,473 6.70% Increase 4.20% 3
Buhay 705,730 5.55% Increase 3.63% 2
Anakpawis 538,396 4.23% Increase 4.23% 2
CIBAC 495,193 3.89% Increase 1.75% 2
GABRIELA 464,586 3.65% Increase 3.65% 2
Partido ng Manggagawa 448,072 3.52% Increase 2.09% 2
Butil 429,259 3.37% Increase 1.19% 2
AVE 343,498 2.70% Increase 2.70% 1
Alagad 340,977 2.68% Increase 1.91% 1
VFP 340,759 2.68% Decrease 1.16% 1
Coop-NATCCO 270,950 2.13% Increase 0.63% 1
AMIN 269,750 2.12% Increase 0.45% 1
ALIF 269,345 2.11% Increase 2.11% 1
An Waray 268,164 2.11% Increase 2.11% 1
ABA-AKO 251,597 1.98% Increase 1.98% 0
ANAD 244,137 1.92% Increase 1.92% 0
Senior Citizens/Elderly 236,571 1.86% Increase 1.86% 0
PGBI 213,662 1.68% Increase 1.68% 0
Anak ng Bayan 213,068 1.67% Increase 1.67% 0
TUCP 201,396 1.58% Increase 1.58% 0
Sanlakas 189,517 1.49% Increase 0.49% 0
Bigkis 186,264 1.46% Increase 0.43% 0
Suara Bangsamoro 164,494 1.29% Increase 1.29% 0
Cocofed 163,952 1.29% Decrease 0.23% 0
Sagip-Kapwa 161,797 1.27% Increase 1.27% 0
Aksyon Sambayan 156,467 1.23% Increase 1.23% 0
PMAP 144,740 1.14% Increase 1.14% 0
BANAT 143,454 1.13% Increase 1.13% 0
Abay Pamilya 133,952 1.05% Increase 0.90% 0
SMILE 133,425 1.05% Increase 1.05% 0
Abanse! Pinay 115,855 0.91% Increase 0.02% 0
MIGRANTE 110,507 0.87% Increase 0.87% 0
Alab Katipunan 92,262 0.73% Increase 0.73% 0
Assalam 91,975 0.72% Increase 0.72% 0
Gabay OFW 89,978 0.71% Increase 0.59% 0
AKAPIN 86,673 0.68% Increase 0.68% 0
Pinoy Overseas 79,214 0.62% Increase 0.62% 0
Ahonbayan 68,203 0.54% Increase 0.35% 0
AASJS 65,596 0.52% Increase 0.52% 0
Seaman's Party 65,231 0.52% Decrease 0.01% 0
Bahandi 61,665 0.48% Increase 0.48% 0
SCFO 55,378 0.45% Increase 0.45% 0
BTM 52,919 0.42% Increase 0.42% 0
ASAP 50,063 0.39% Increase 0.39% 0
Maritime Party 48,037 0.38% Decrease 0.27% 0
AGRIFIL 42,920 0.34% Increase 0.34% 0
BANTAY 42,050 0.33% Decrease 0.81% 0
MSCFO 39,194 0.31% Increase 0.31% 0
PCDO-ACTO 38,093 0.30% Increase 0.30% 0
OMMAR 38,389 0.29% Increase 0.29% 0
GRECON 33,950 0.27% Increase 0.27% 0
Lapiang Manggagawa 31,386 0.25% Increase 0.25% 0
PARP 30,984 0.24% Increase 0.24% 0
FFAPI 28,739 0.23% Increase 0.23% 0
Aging Pinoy 27,609 0.22% Increase 0.22% 0
KALOOB 26,392 0.21% Increase 0.21% 0
Katutubo 22,370 0.18% Increase 0.19% 0
Isang Bansa, Isang Diwa 17,994 0.14% Increase 0.14% 0
BISA 13,340 0.10% Increase 0.10% 0
NELFFI 13,266 0.10% Increase 0.10% 0
TRICAP 8,753 0.07% Increase 0.07% 0
FLRF 8,660 0.07% Increase 0.07% 0
Sandigang Maralita 7,992 0.06% Decrease 0.01% 0
DWP 3,900 0.04% Decrease 0.01% 0
Total 12,721,952 100% 28
Valid votes 12,721,952 37.96% Decrease 16.54%
Total turnout 33,510,091 76.97% Increase 0.68%
Registered voters 44,872,007 100% Increase 19.79%
Source: COMELEC

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Quezon, Manuel III (2007-06-06). "An abnormal return to normality". PCIJ.org. Retrieved 2010-12-06.