Philippine presidential election, 1969

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Philippine presidential election, 1969
Philippines
1965 ←
November 11, 1969
→ 1981

  Ferdinand Marcos at the White House.jpg
Nominee Ferdinand E. Marcos Sergio Osmeña, Jr.
Party Nacionalista Liberal
Running mate Fernando Lopez Genaro Magsaysay
Popular vote 5,017,343 3,143,122
Percentage 61.47% 38.51%

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Presidential election results per province.

President before election

Ferdinand E. Marcos
Nacionalista

Elected President

Ferdinand E. Marcos
Nacionalista

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Presidential, legislative and local elections were held on November 11, 1969 in the Philippines. Incumbent President Ferdinand Marcos won an unprecedented second full term as President of the Philippines. Marcos was the last president in the entire electoral history who ran and won for a second term. His running mate, incumbent Vice President Fernando Lopez was also elected to a third full term as Vice President of the Philippines. An unprecedented twelve candidates ran for president, however ten of those were nuisance candidates.

Results[edit]

For president[edit]

Summary[edit]

e • d Summary of the November 11, 1969 Philippine presidential election results
Candidate Party Results
Votes %
Ferdinand Marcos Nacionalista 5,017,343 61.47%
Sergio Osmeña, Jr. Liberal 3,143,122 38.51%
Pascual Racuyal Independent 778 0.01%
Segundo Baldovi Partido ng Bansa 177 0.01%
Pantaleon Panelo Independent 123
German Villanueva Independent 82
Gaudencio Bueno New Leaf 44
Angel Comagon Independent 35
Cesar Bulacan Independent 31
Espiridion Buencamino NP 23
Nic Garces Philippine Pro-Socialist 23
Benilo Jose Independent 23
Valid votes 8,061,804 98.3%
Invalid votes 140,989 1.7%
Votes cast 8,202,793 79.6%
Registered voters 10,300,793 100.00%

Breakdown of votes[edit]

Province F.Marcos S.Osmeña, Jr.
Abra 41,606 1,925
Agusan del Norte
    •  Butuan City
24,015
23,773
16,722
18,729
Agusan del Sur 31,938 16,520
Aklan 38,492 28,609
Albay
    •  Legazpi City
84,071
16,874
46,145
7,082
Antique 30,042 31,865
Bataan 41,163 18,713
Batanes 3,526 1,029
Batangas
    •  Batangas City
    •  Lipa City
129,335
17,151

9,985
58,676
8,154
12,592
Benguet
    •  Baguio City
19,752
14,930
11,698
4,690
Bohol
    •  Tagbilaran City
106,944
5,839
53,353
3,783
Bukidnon 28,431 24,130
Bulacan 136,701 95,369
Cagayan 110,533 9,220
Camarines Norte 30,708 27,556
Camarines Sur
    •  Iriga City
    •  Naga City
92,137
7,021
8,372
66,714
5,834
6,889
Camiguin 9,916 6,033
Capiz
    •  Roxas City
44,152
8,316
26,642
9,387
Catanduanes 38,681 4,820
Cavite
    •  Cavite City
    •  Tagaytay City
    •  Trece Martires City
65,686
8,492

1,165
304
49,663
6,735
1,937
1,338
Cebu
    •  Cebu City
    •  Danao City
    •  Lapu-Lapu City
    •  Mandaue City
    •  Toledo City
156,091
33,392
15,416
7,123
5,751
9,874
117,283
48,984
877
9,501
6,804

8,171
Cotabato
    •  Cotabato City
100,336
7,801
65,900
2,914
Davao del Norte 52,088 25,419
Davao del Sur
    •  Davao City
35,054
44,999
21,311
25,594
Davao Oriental 29,749 12,838
Eastern Samar 36,457 19,231
Ifugao 6,927 5,521
Ilocos Norte
    •  Laoag City
80,631
18,110
1,215
520
Ilocos Sur 95,379 8,860
Iloilo
    •  Iloilo City
123,461
29,096
119,393
27,015
Isabela 91,299 24,932
Kalinga-Apayao 21,257 5,663
Laguna
    •  San Pablo City
102,766
16,142
57,730
12,402
La Union 89,165 9,157
Lanao del Norte
    •  Iligan City
53,053
9,486
10,364
13,827
Lanao del Sur
    •  Marawi City
45,696
7,408
35,199
5,438
Leyte
    •  Ormoc City
    •  Tacloban City
134,680
11,250
11,696
72,055
4,794
5,730
Manila, City of 182,956 153,541
Marinduque 22,934 13,303
Masbate 45,662 39,994
Misamis Occidental
    •  Ozamis City
    •  Tangub City
41,323
11,032

3,001
19,407
8,700
3,024
Misamis Oriental
    •  Cagayan de Oro City
    •  Gingoog City
33,242
14,711
6,769
25,518
12,438
6,172
Mountain Province 9,981 4,518
Negros Occidental
    •  Bacolod City
    •  Bago City
    •  Cadiz City
    •  La Carlota City
    •  San Carlos City
    •  Silay City
114,154
25,998

8,483
12,687
7,515

7,831
14,144
84,178
23,797
9,290
1,378
3,983
8,661
6,583
Negros Oriental
    •  Bais City
    •  Canlaon City
    •  Dumaguete City
62,944
3,271
1,948
7,224
47,667
3,420
1,327
6,769
Northern Samar 29,544 28,337
Nueva Ecija
    •  Cabanatuan City
    •  Palayan City
    •  San Jose City
113,667
13,558
1,686
8,903
54,776
8,129
493
2,253
Nueva Vizcaya 34,763 10,818
Occidental Mindoro 23,085 12,053
Oriental Mindoro 44,060 27,879
Palawan 23,602 20,705
Pampanga
    •  Angeles City
34,801
7,212
85,292
10,889
Pangasinan
    •  Dagupan City
    •  San Carlos City
207,458
12,836
10,776
113,724
9,649
9,192
Quezon
    •  Lucena City
114,768
10,043
88,306
8,028
Rizal
    •  Caloocan City
    •  Pasay City
    •  Quezon City
192,410
26,417
24,714
67,216
142,726
19,338
19,838
46,905
Romblon 20,197 19,832
Samar
    •  Calbayog City
38,979
11,012
27,210
6,933
Sorsogon 67,275 34,917
South Cotabato
    •  General Santos City
36,110
7,758
25,738
7,472
Southern Leyte 37,629 22,379
Sulu 78,722 39,608
Surigao del Norte 56,683 8,857
Surigao del Sur 33,912 25,625
Tarlac 76,078 43,487
Zambales
    •  Olongapo City
41,622
10,550
18,440
8,734
Zamboanga del Norte
    •  Dapitan City
53,909
7,234
21,511
2,550
Zamboanga del Sur
    •  Basilan City
    •  Pagadian City
    •  Zamboanga City
57,244
7,536
6,399
17,481
36,107
7,704
4,576
11,250
Total: 5,017,343 3,043,122

For vice-president[edit]

e • d Summary of the November 11, 1969 Philippine vice presidential election results
Candidate Party Results
Votes %
Fernando Lopez Nacionalista 5,001,737 62.75%
Genaro Magsaysay Liberal 2,968,526 37.24%
Victoriano Mallari Partido ng Bansa 229 0.00%
Modesto T. Jalandoni Philippine Pro-Socialist 161
Valid votes 7,790,653 97.2%
Invalid votes 232,140 2.8%
Votes cast 8,202,793 79.6%
Registered voters 10,300,793 100.00%

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