Philippine Senate elections, 1925

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Philippine Senate elections, 1925
Philippines
1922 ←
June 2, 1925 → 1928

All 24 seats in the Philippine Senate
  Majority party Minority party
  Quezon.jpg Vice-President Osmeña in Washington cropped.jpg
Leader Manuel L. Quezon Sergio Osmeña
Party Nacionalista-Consolidato Nacionalista-Pro-Independencia
Leader's seat 5th District 10th District
Last election 22 seats 2 seats
Seats won 22 2
Seat change 0 0

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Election results; each district sent in two seats to the Senate.

Senate President before election

Manuel L. Quezon
Nacionalista-Consolidato

Elected Senate President

Manuel L. Quezon
Nacionalista-Consolidato

Senatorial elections happened on June 2, 1925 in the Philippines under the Jones Law provisions.

Results[edit]

Philippine Senate results[edit]

District Senator Party
1st District   Isabelo de los Reyes
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Elpidio Quirino
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
2nd District   Alejo Mabanag
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Camilo O. Osías
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
3rd District   Santiago Lucero1
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Teodoro Sandiko
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
4th District   Juan Sumulong
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Emiliano Tria Tirona
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
5th District   José P. Laurel
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Manuel L. Quezon
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
6th District   Juan B. Alegre
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Jose O. Vera
Partido Nacionalista Pro-Independencia
7th District   Jose Hontiveros
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Jose B. Ledesma
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
8th District   Hermengildo Villanueva
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Mariano Yulo
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
9th District   Jose Ma. Veloso
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Tomas Gomez2
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
10th District   Pedro Rodriguez
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Sergio Osmeña
Partido Nacionalista Pro-Independencia
11th District   Jose A. Clarin
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Troadio Galicano
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
12th District   Hadji Butu
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
  Jose Alejandrino
Partido Nacionalista Consolidato
^1 Died on November 2, 1925. Luis Morales was elected in a special election on March 23, 1926 to complete the unexpired term of Santiago Lucero.
^2 Died on July 28, 1926. Pastor Salazar was elected in a special election to complete the unexpired term of Tomas Gomez.

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