Philippine House of Representatives party-list election, 2010

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Proportion of votes (inner ring) as compared to the proportion of seats (outer ring). Each party is given one color and one slice, and are arranged in descending order of votes. The parties that did not win a seat is given a single slice and color (gray).
Provincial results: Parties that won at least a plurality of the vote in each province. Note that election is not via per province but nationwide as a single at-large "district".

The 2010 House of Representatives of the Philippines party-list election was on May 10, 2010. The whole country was one at-large district, where parties nominate three persons to be their candidates, ranked in order of which they'll be seated if elected. The elected representatives will serve in the 15th Congress.

Candidates from the district elections are not allowed to be nominated by the parties participating in the party-list election, nor are parties who have candidates in the district elections may be allowed to join the party-list election; the parties in the party-list election must represent a distinct "sector" in the society such as women, laborers and the like.

In the election, the voter elects the party, not the nominees of the party; a voter may not be able to influence how the nominees are listed on election day, except for joining the party beforehand. If the party surpasses 2% of the national vote, the person first nominated by the party will be seated. Additional seats can be won by multiplying the percentage of the votes the party got, with the difference of number of seats the party already has (1), and the number of seats allocated for sectoral organizations (57), disregarding decimals, with no party getting more than two additional seats. However, usually only the party with the most number of votes gets the two additional seats, the other parties will get only one additional seat. If the number of seated representatives is less than the 20% quota of party-list representatives in Congress (57 for the 15th Congress), the unfilled seats will be filled up by the remaining parties in descending order of votes garnered until are seats are filled up. Note that with more than a hundred parties participating, and with the 3-seat cap, the seats that the parties with 2% of the vote or more will always be less than the 20% allocation.

Background[edit]

Prior to the election, the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) expected an increase of party-list organizations seeking accreditation from the 153 organizations that applied for accreditation during the 2007 elections.[1] The COMELEC also de-listed 25 party-list organizations for either failing to participate in the last two elections or did not obtain two percent of the votes cast. However, the COMELEC said the two percent vote requirement does not cover the organizations that won a congressional seat based on a recent Supreme Court ruling.[2] Militant groups Migrante and Sanlakas protested such de-listment, saying that they were not covered by the 2% rule, and that such rule is unconstitutional. Another 8 such organizations also filed a motion for reconsideration or a verified opposition against their de-listment.[3]

After purging the party-list roster, the COMELEC then acted upon the organizations that filed their manifestations of intent to run. LGBT group Ang Ladlad appealed their disqualification after the COMELEC's First Division disqualified the organization due to "moral grounds," citing the Bible and the Qur'an. Party leader Danton Remoto, a professor at Ateneo de Manila University, cited the Universal Declaration on Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights as reasons why Ang Ladlad should be re-instated. Remoto would then appeal to the commission en banc[4] The COMELEC also disqualified Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) and government employees union Courage. The commission's First Division disqualified ACT after it had failed to prove hat it exists "in most of the regions;" the commission said that, Courage on the other hand, "exists in Western Visayas, Davao del Sur, a town in Lanao del Norte and Rizal and some cities in Metro Manila," and that it failed to prove that it represents a "marginalized and under-represented sector."[5]

In December, the commission en banc denied Ang Ladlad's motion for reconsideration with finality as Remoto said he would elevate the case to the Supreme Court.[6] In January 2010, the Supreme Court issued a temporary restraining order to the COMELEC on disqualifying Ang Ladlad.[7]

With the COMELEC prevented from disqualifying Ang Ladlad, the organization along with 143 others were included in the final list of accredited party-list organizations, although the status may change if the court sides with COMELEC on the issue.[8][9] Under Resolution 8745, six additional party-list groups were accredited, bringing the total to 150.[10]

The party-list election has been hit by allegations that several parties are fronts by the ruling administration. Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (BAYAN), a coalition of left-leaning party-lists, and election watchdog Kontra Daya said that nine party-lists are connected to the Arroyo political family. The parties and their first nominee cited are:[11]

The administration distanced itself from the six pro-government parties insisting it has not endorsed any group supposedly to augment the administration's representation in Congress, saying that "it is up to the COMELEC to judge and issue a decision on the matter."[12]

On April 8, 2010, the Supreme Court ruled that Ang Ladlad is allowed to run in the 2010 election, saying with a unanimous vote that what is immoral is not necessary illegal.[13]

Results[edit]

On May 31, the leading parties in the party-list election were declared by the commission as winners; deferred are the parties (not nominees) that have pending disqualification cases against them. Ang Galing Pinoy's proclamation, the party of incumbent Pampanga 2nd district representative Mikey Arroyo was recalled as Arroyo has a pending disqualification notice against him, and he is their #1 nominee. The winners are:[14]

Total seats: 41, with 16 unfilled.

Incumbents nominated by their parties are italicized; proclaimed winners are boldfaced. Seats in parenthesis indicates the number of seats to be won by the party pending disqualification cases, while parties highlighted are disqualified prior to the election.
e • d Summary of the May 10, 2010 Philippine House of Representatives party-list election results
Party Popular vote Seats Nominees*
Total % Up Won First nominee Second nominee Third nominee
AKB 1,524,006 5.20% 0 3 Christopher Co Rodel Batocabe Alfredo Garbin, Jr.
Senior Citizens 1,296,950 4.42% 1 2 Godofredo Arquiza David Kho Francisco Datol, Jr.
Buhay 1,250,467 4.27% 3 2 Michael Velarde, Jr. Irwin Tieng Ignacio Jimenez
Akbayan 1,061,947 3.62% 2 2 Walden Bello Arlene Bag-ao Tomasito Villarin
GABRIELA 1,006,752 3.43% 2 2 Luzviminda Ilagan Ernerenciana de Jesus Shiela Ferrer
Coop-NATCCO 944,864 3.22% 2 2 Jose Ping-ay Cresente Paez Luis Carillo
1-CARE 770,015 2.63% 0 2 Michael Angelo Rivera Salvador Cabaluna III Jesus Castro
Abono 766,993 2.62% 2 2 Robert Raymond Estrella Francisco Ortega II Jacky Lomibao
Bayan Muna 750,100 2.56% 3 2 Teddy Casiño Neri Colmanares Joven Laura
An Waray 712,405 2.43% 2 2 Florencio Noel Neil Montejo Jude Acidre
CIBAC 653,399 2.23% 2 2 Sherwin Tugna Cinchona Cruz-Gonzales Armi Jane Borje
A TEACHER 617,898 2.11% 2 2 Mariano Piamonte, Jr. Julleta Cortuna Nenita Habulan
AGAP 516,052 1.76% 2 1 Nicanor Briones Rico Geron Albert Lim, Jr.
Butil 507,091 1.73% 2 1 Herminio Ocampo Maximiano Chempron Gerardo Dilig
Anakpawis 447,201 1.53% 2 1 Rafael V. Mariano Joel Maglunsod Randall Echanis
Kabataan 418,776 1.43% 1 1 Raymond Palatino Mark Louie Aquino Kathrina Castillo
LPGMA 417,771 1.43% 0 1 Arnel Uy Sinforoso Pangusan Salvador Escaño
ABAMIN 378,345 1.29% 0 1 Maximo Rodriguez, Jr. Virginia Sering Sergio Pascual
ACT Teachers 372,903 1.27% 0 1 Antonio Tinio Francisca Castro Efleda Bautista
AAMBIS-Owa 357,804 1.22% 0 1 Sharon Garin Carina Flores Eduard Trinidad
YACAP 337,487 1.15% 1 1 Carol Jayne Lopez Arnel Arbison Allen Ponsaran, Jr.
APEC 313,689 1.07% 2 1 Ponciano Payuyo Lamberto Canlas Andres Garcia
ANAD 297,984 1.02% 1 1 Pastor M. Alcover, Jr. Baltaire Q. Balangauan Pastor A. Alcover II
Ang Kasangga 296,695 1.01% 1 1 Teodorico Haresco Eugenio Jose Lacson Anna Marie Nava
BH 293,079 1.00% 0 1 Bernadette Herrera-Dy Edgar Allan Dy Dan Stephen Palami
Ang Galing Pinoy 269,273 0.92% 0 1 Mikey Arroyo Dennis Pineda Romeo Dungca, Jr.
Agbiag 263,234 0.90% 0 1 Patricio Antonio Erika Dy Hansel Tillmann
PBA 258,869 0.88% 0 1 Mark Aeron Sambar Miles Roces Mark Daya
ABS 257,457 0.88% 1 1 Catalina Leonen-Pizarro Eugene Michael de Vera Mary Jazul
TUCP 245,031 0.84% 1 1 Raymond Mendoza Anthony Sasin Ruben Torres
AGHAM 242,630 0.83% 0 1 Angelo Palmones Anselmo Adriano Florentino Tesoro
DIWA 239,029 0.82% 0 1 Emmeline Aglipay Ramon Bergado Pepito Pico
KAKUSA 234,788 0.80% 1 1 Ranulfo Canonigo Ma. Jesusa Sespeñe Omar Rivera
Kalinga 230,516 0.79% 0 1 Abigail Ferriol Uzziel Caponpon Osinando Quillao, Jr.
ALIF 227,431 0.78% 1 1 Acmad Tomawis Abdulwahab Amerol Macakuna Casar
Alagad 227,281 0.78% 2 1 Rodante Marcoleta Diogenes Osabel Ric Domingo
1-UTAK 220,617 0.75% 1 1 Angelo Reyes Vigor Ma. Mendoza II Homero Mercado
Una ang Pamilya 218,181 0.74% 0 1 Reena Concepcion Obillo Protasio Asadon, Jr. Alex Billedo
AVE 216,100 0.74% 0 1 Eulogio Magsaysay Iris Marie Montes Adelaida Magsaysay
Aangat Tayo 177,503 0.61% 1 1 Daryl Grace Abayon Eden Debulgado-Rivera Patricia Mae Veloso
ATING Koop 175,636 0.60% 0 1 Isidro Lico Roberto Mascariña Sylvia Flores
AA-Kasosyo 171,589 0.59% 0 1 Solaiman Pangandaman Raynor Taroy Percival Peralta
ALE 170,543 0.58% 0 1 Catalina Bagasina Erlinda de Leon Ma. Michaela Magtoto
Alay Buhay 164,044 0.56% 0 1 Weslie Gatchalian Antonio Sayo Miguel Varela
AKMA-PTM 162,972 0.56% 0 0 Michael Kida Crispin Carreon Ramon Vegas
AMIN 161,418 0.55% 2 0 Ariel C. Hernandez Sitti Djalia Turabin-Hataman Deonato Mokudef
KAAKBAY 161,127 0.55% 0 0 Alain Pascua Leonor Briones Eulogio Tumbali
VFP 155,672 0.53% 1 0 Estrella Santos Manuel Pamaran Antonio Collado
ARARO 147,408 0.50% 0 0 Quirino dela Torre Elmer Calinday Conchita Quibod
Atong Paglaum 146,363 0.50% 0 0 Rodolfo Pancrudo Roelito Gawilan Felix Vergara, Jr.
PACYAW 143,553 0.49% 0 0 Janet Rita Lazatin Rey Pineda Alikmatial Gonzales
ATM 142,988 0.49% 0 0 Allen Cupayan Reuben Lingating Joel Unad
ANAK 142,417 0.49% 0 0 Eduardo Octaviano, Jr. Eliseo dela Paz Oscar Bunyi
Partido ng Manggagawa 140,257 0.48% 0 0 Renato Magtubo Gerardo Rivera Judy Ann Rivera
ADD 139,494 0.48% 0 0 Sanipa Camid Mauyag Papandayan, Jr. Joseph Lo
ABA 138,310 0.47% 1 0 Leonardo Montemayor Dioscoro Granada Jose Nebrao
ATS 136,828 0.47% 0 0 Virgillo Mortera Vincent Michael Velasco Jaime Domdom
AMANA 133,048 0.45% 0 0 Nassief Malawani Pendatun Disimban Sualb Tuttuh
KAAGAPAY 130,498 0.45% 0 0 Javier Coscolluela Juan Carlos Pineda Nella Fuentebella
BANAT 129,089 0.44% 1 0 Salvador Britanico Edgar Igano Rodolfo Salazar
1GANAP/Guardians 121,508 0.41% 0 0 Victorino Villanueva Jose Reyes Rabuya Antonio Amulong
1-ABAA 121,405 0.40% 0 0 Margie Tajon Jocelyn Andres Sheena Gonzalvo
Babae Ka 117,518 0.40% 0 0 Nerissa Garcia Jacqueline Lingad-Ricci Ruth Vasquez
BANDILA 115,964 0.40% 0 0 Milton Ngu Nilo Tayag Juan Miguel Bondoc
AHON 115,789 0.40% 0 0 Dante Ang Emerito Remulla Von Bryan Cuerpo
Katribu 114,966 0.39% 0 0 Beverly Longid Genasque Enriquez Nelson Mallari
Ang Ladlad 114,120 0.39% 0 0 Bembol Benedito Germaine Leonin Crisanto Lopera, Jr.
1-AANI 113,434 0.39% 0 0 Timm Renomeron Marvyn Gaerlan Eddie Catalo
1-AHAPO 111,495 0.38% 0 0 Magleo Adriano Jimmy de Castro Eligio Malaluan
CONSLA 111,198 0.38% 0 0 Ricardo Nolasco, Jr. George Uy Melchor Ramos
KABAYAN 110,085 0.38% 0 0 Ron Salo Jessie Nietes Alberto Kimpo
Binhi 108,174 0.37% 0 0 Pacifico Fajardo, Jr. Florentino Panginilan Nelson Villanueva
Akap Bata 107,478 0.37% 0 0 Joy Alcantara Arlene Brosas Evelyn D. Guerrero
Ang Trabahante 107,468 0.37% 0 0
AGILA 105,406 0.36% 0 0 Cedric Valera Restituto Malangan Orlando Hondrade
COFA 105,049 0.36% 0 0 Neneth Omar Editha Mabuhay Gorgonio Unde
FIL-MUS 105,033 0.36% 0 0 Hassan Dalimbang Ato Dimananal Samaon Buat
Biyayang Bukid 102,191 0.35% 0 0 Teofilo Villamar Nicolas Neri Florida Perez-Robes
Abakada Guro 97,872 0.33% 1 0 Jonathan dela Cruz Ed Vincent Albano Arsenio Jallorina
Firm 24-K 96,292 0.33% 0 0 Artemio Lachica Rodolfo Santoyo, Jr. Arnulfo Balbin
Abante Ilonggo 94,815 0.32% 0 0 Aguinaldo Miravailes Rogelio Zambarrano Arturo Mejorada
ALYANSA NG OFW 91,663 0.31% 0 0 Abolcair Guro Nhazrudin Dianalan Meycauayan Atil
Ako 90,511 0.31% 0 0 Ma. Corazon Sarmiento Rodolfo Caisip Roque Bello III
ABROAD 88,743 0.30% 0 0 Danilo Dy Angela Dy Divine Puno
COCOFED 88,536 0.30% 1 0 Domingo Espina Jose Valmores Jose Lobregat
PCL 88,457 0.30% 0 0 Victor Ferrer, Jr. Benito Brizuela Ma. Lourdes Ibuna
ALIM 86,491 0.30% 0 0 Rasol Mitmug, Jr. Don Ferdinand Daquial Fatani Abdul Malik
Womenpower, Inc. 86,411 0.29% 0 0 Zenaida Reyes Gloria Encarnacion Maricar Matalam
1st KABAGIS 84,687 0.29% 0 0 Roman Wanasen Jose Singson, Jr. Eugenio S. Labitoria
LYPAD 82,642 0.28% 0 0 Teoann Masiglat Horacio Morales II Anne Militsala
Bantay 81,584 0.28% 1 0 Maria Evangelina Palparan Bienvinido Caralde Felix Desiderio, Jr.
Katutubo 80,064 0.27% 0 0 Jannette Reisland Agustin Petican Tyrone Calo
A TAMBAY 79,255 0.27% 0 0 Mohammar Omar Fajardo Jaime Pelaez Leandro Jose Domalanta
A-IPRA 77,270 0.26% 0 0 Eugenio Insigne Gregorio Andolana Pablo Bernardo
Bayani 74,993 0.26% 0 0 Guiling Mamondlong Diosdado Padilla Christopher Aggabao, Jr.
1-Tubig (formerly AAWAS) 74,152 0.25% 0 0 Ranulfo Feliciano Lope Santos III Emmanuel de Leon
Vendors 74,041 0.25% 0 0 Yussuf Macalangcom Amna Sali Esmail Macalangcom
AME 71,503 0.24% 0 0 Alfonso Goking Antonio Oppus Jose Pamplona, Sr.
APO 70,901 0.24% 0 0 Salacnib Baterina Janette Tulagan Anna Marie Abian
BIYAHENG PINOY 70,480 0.24% 0 0 Narciso Santiago III Jesus Cruz Alvin Feliciano
ALMA 70,070 0.24% 0 0 Celso Magliba Rodolfo Vicerra Christian Braganza
APOI 67,946 0.23% 0 0 Melchor Rosales Rosario Dizon Arturo Tomaneng
CHINOY 67,800 0.23% 0 0 Judy Tumangan Rogelio Amatorio, Jr.
ORAGON 67,366 0.23% 0 0 Felizardo Colambo Jose Saribong Victor Daet
PEP 65,299 0.22% 0 0 Philip Picolo Vicente Ortuoste Jose Maria Zayco
UNLAD Pilipinas 64,746 0.22% 0 0
ADAM 63,065 0.22% 0 0 Zamzamin Ampatuan Rodolfo Serrano II Ana Eleanor Intrina
A BLESSED 62,529 0.21% 0 0 Tapa Umal Expedito Lorente Macario Baricaua
AMA 62,249 0.21% 0 0 Joel Go Raoul Victorino Carolina de Jesus
SB 60,606 0.21% 0 0 Herminio Aquino Nelson Cortez Romeo Valorozo
ARC 57,515 0.20% 2 0 Oscar Francisco Frank Roy Ribo Mark Amor
AANI 57,190 0.20% 0 0 Roberto V. Rodriguez Roy Rosales Jose Umadhay
ABP-Bicolnon 55,159 0.19% 0 0 Enrique Olonan Henry Steve Olonan Jose Pobocan
Emmanuel 54,848 0.19% 0 0 Norma Nueva Florentino Teruel Ishmael Naga III
AKO BAHAY 54,182 0.18% 0 0 Percival Chavez Ma. Perla Tablante Maria Beverly Lingo
ADD-TRIBAL 53,510 0.18% 0 0 Abdurrahman Amin Salem Bagis, Jr. Princess Mabol
KLBP 50,466 0.17% 0 0 Teresita Lazaro Ma. Carmen Lazaro Venancia Corcuera
AMANG 50,127 0.17% 0 0 Marcelino Arias Dan Navarro Edwin Tan
AAMA 49,990 0.17% 0 0 Allan Ralph Basa Dennis Uy Rafael Banigued, Jr.
ALON 49,893 0.17% 0 0 Richard Ritual Joseph Patano Jaime Quinoñes
Agri 49,635 0.17% 0 0 Michael Ryan Enriquez Minerva Arellano Sunshine Hope Verzosa
ANAKALUSUGAN 47,828 0.16% 0 0 Ronald Kempis Juan Lagunzad Athena Mangondato
BIDA 45,708 0.16% 0 0 Sheryl See Johnny Tam Emilio Marcelo
KALAHI 45,494 0.16% 0 0 Eleazar Quinto Apostol Poe Gratela Charles Medillo
Green Force 44,100 0.15% 0 0 Ramon Ignacio Guillermo Lazaro, Jr. Freddie Feir
ASAHAN MO 41,809 0.14% 0 0 Jun Omar Ebdane Christian Cecillo Ianela Jusi-Barrantes
ARAL 41,159 0.14% 0 0 Maria Socorro Malitao Mauro Quiroban, Jr. Tomas Pastor
Ako Agila 39,448 0.13% 0 0 Angelo Palmones Anselmo Adriano Florentino Tesoro
AWAT 38,050 0.13% 0 0 Jose Agduma II Christy Joy Arellano Rabanes Pundato, Jr.
Yes We Can 36,819 0.13% 0 0 Maynard Lapid Noah Nocon Amery Santiago
Akap TAO 36,805 0.13% 0 0 Annelie Ofreneo-Carreon Emmanuel Pelayo Carlo Alejandrino
ANG MINERO 36,650 0.13% 0 0 Lomino Kaniteng Patrick Caolie Luis Sarmiento
OPO 35,636 0.12% 0 0 Joel Otallo Rafael de Leon Vicente Millora
IVAP 34,785 0.12% 0 0 Karim Panumpang Khalil Pangcoga Manggay Guro
PM (MASDA) 34,769 0.12% 0 0 Roberto Martin Daniel Galang Raul Raquid
ALMANA 32,957 0.12% 0 0 Ernesto Arellano Eduardo Landayan Trinidad Domingo
BAGO 32,942 0.11% 0 0 Romualdo Dumling Simplicio Dang-awan, Jr. Manuel Mariano, Jr.
Abang Lingkod 32,122 0.11% 0 0 Dionisio Manuel Leonardo Tayag Benjamin Arenas, Jr.
1-AK 32,048 0.11% Eduardo Morales Melchor Plaza Henry Asistin
SAGIP 31,798 0.11% 0 0 Romeo Maganto Mohammad Vergel de Dios, Jr. Jaime Zarraga
KASAPI 31,667 0.11% 0 0 Victoriano Saway Rodolfo Canam Isagani Santos
ANUPA 31,330 0.11% 0 0 Rosemarie Mejorada Pantaleon Morallos, Sr. Siegfried Zosa
ARCAPP 30,845 0.11% 0 0 Bayan Bait Michael Millares Flor Esteban
UNI-MAD 30,651 0.10% 1 0 Teodoro Lim Harry Lorenzo, Jr. Joel Torregoza
FFW 30,540 0.10% 0 0 Allan Montaño Jose Cayobit Alfredo Maranan
SABOD 30,001 0.10% 0 0 Anthony Ayco Ike Barredo Patrick Nessia
SMART 28,617 0.10% 0 0 Carlito Cubelo Jose Calida Joseph Cubelo
ADA 27,521 0.10% 0 0 Victor Manuel, Jr. Eugenio Manaois Teresita Agbayani
1ST PRISA 27,229 0.09% 0 0 Gabriel Martin Angeles Edward Chua Gonzalo Duque
AKSI 26,805 0.09% 0 0 Reynaldo Valeros, Jr. Lamberto Torres Jimmy Besinio
Abante KA 26,593 0.09% 0 0 Romulo Lumauig Jose B. Lopez Mustapha Sambolawan
BANGON TRANSPORT 25,547 0.09% 0 0 Ricardo Papa Cesar Ambrosio Julian Oliva, Jr.
ABO 23,902 0.09% 0 0 Procio Pilapil Reynaldo Santos Ramon V. Navarro
AK 23,394 0.08% 0 0 Procio Pilapil Reynaldo Santos Ramon V. Navarro
ANG PADER 22,218 0.08% 0 0 Pastor Gamit Al Ignatius Lopez Benjamin Tancio
ACTS 21,475 0.07% 0 0 Feliciano Adorna, Jr. Albert Anosa Ernesto Maceda
AAPS 20,753 0.07% 0 0 Edna Azurin Francis Andre Azurin Felicisima Teodoro
AKI 19,580 0.07% 0 0 Victor Lorza Porfino Castillo, Jr. Elsa Auson
ALUM 19,577 0.07% 0 0 Manuel Sabillo Cesar Betil Bartolomio Maing
BIGKIS 19,027 0.06%
AS 18,164 0.06% 0 0 Peter Paul Sanvicente Andres Tionko Marc Maglinong
AMS 17,534 0.06% 0 0 Ronaldo Gonzalo Manny Calayan Leo Martinez
ABAY PARAK 17,125 0.06% 0 0 Nilo Geonzon Rizaldo Realubit Nilo Quiros
AFPSEGCO 15,595 0.05% 0 0 Sotero Leonero, Jr. David Braña III Aida Laggui
BUKLOD FILIPINA 12,430 0.04% 0 0 Zenaida Tobias Mila Lamb Elena Santa Ana
1-NET 12,335 0.04% 0 0
Ang PDR 11,680 0.04% 0 0 Romeo Royandoyan Jaime Tadeo Amelita Balisalisa-Atillo
Abot Tanaw 10,473 0.04% 0 0 Gerwyn See Mario Cornista Tomas Toledo
ACMA 8,864 0.03% 0 0
AASCA 7,379 0.03% 0 0 Franco Puzon Alfredo Ripoli, Sr. Quintin Paredes III
ALLUMAD 6,612 0.02% 0 0 Julius Mabandos Ian Ybañez Agnes Escudero
UFS 6,121 0.02% 0 0
BIDA (BINIGKIS) 4,963 0.02% 0 0
CPM 4,495 0.02% 0 0
AVPAP 4,324 0.01% 0 0
ANG SAMAKA 4,199 0.01% 0 0 Reynaldo Quindara Virginia Castro Maria Yolanda dela Paz
PFP 3,883 0.01% 0 0
ANG NICP 1,217 0.00% 0 0
Total valid votes 29,311,294 76.83% 52 57
ABC 471,407 0 (1) Arnulfo Molero Gerardo Panghulan James Marty Lim
AKAP 94,209 Ma. Welma de Guzman Joel Otarra Felicitas Sison
ANG TSINOY 88,522 Carmelo Redencion T. de Leoz, Jr. Ronaldo Bohol Isabelo Osmena
ABBA-AMA 34,852 Joselito de Guia Dennis Opeña Arden Cabigas
APELA 26,133 Arturo Alit Henric David Marianito Miranda
UCAP 19,221 Hanson So, Sr. Hanson So, Jr. Ruben Antonio
Damayan 19,069 Gregorio del Prado Rachel Bongar Jonathan Navea
ALNA 15,520 Charlemagne Alejandrino Gloria Abendan Annabelle Bueno
NCCP 12,386 Elvira Medina Alejandro Contillo Ramon Ike Señeres
Other invalid votes 8,056,758 21.12%
Total invalid votes 8,838,077 23.17%
Turnout 38,149,371 74.34%
Registered voters 51,317,073 100%

*there are more nominees listed in case one of the first three nominees are either disqualified or are removed from office. In some instances, the parties submitted two lists; in those the cases, the second list submitted is listed.

Aftermath[edit]

On July 11, 2010, the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) disqualified two nominees of Kasangga sa Kaunlaran namely Teodoro Haresco and Eugenio Lacson on proving they do not support the marginalized sectors. Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (BAYAN) secretary-general Renato Reyes says that "this should now serve as a benchmark for other pending petitions against party-list nominees who do not belong to nor represent the marginalized sectors".[15]

On July 20, 2010, the COMELEC allowed Rep. Arroyo to sit as the representative for Ang Galing Pinoy after he was accepted as the first nominee of the party-list group. The Commission voted 4–2 while one abstained.[16] The COMELEC also proclaimed three more parties as winners: A TEACHER, Butil Farmers Party and 1-UTAK, although the latter's first nominee, Angelo Reyes, was allowed to take office as he has a pending disqualification case.[17]

While the commission upheld Angelo Reyes nomination by 1-UTAK, on late July, the party withdrew Reyes from their list after the commission's decision was appealed.[18] Reyes, who was prohibited from having his seat at the House of Representatives, appealed to the Supreme Court.[19] With the suicide of Reyes, the Supreme Court dismissed Reyes' petition.[20]

The Supreme Court dismissed petition filed by the Alliance for Barangay Concerns (ABC) on their disqualification by the commission, on March 22. The commission's decision, in which ABC was disqualified for being a front of the Members Church of God International, a religious group that produces the Ang Dating Daan television program, was upheld as it stated that the constitution gave the commission the power to register and cancel the registration of party-list groups. The commission originally dismissed the petition filed by lawyer and journalist Melanio Mauricio, Jr. in 2010, but was reconsidered on August 2010; ABC has already won a seat in Congress but has not been sworn in. ABC, through its chairman James Marty Lim, argued that since the party had already won a seat, the jurisdiction should be under the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal. However, the court ruled that commission maintains jurisdiction as the case does not refer to qualifications of members of Congress.[21]

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