|Member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Ilocos Norte's Second District|
July 10, 1934 – September 20, 1935
|Preceded by||Emilio Medina|
|Succeeded by||Ulpiano Arzandon|
|Born||July 21, 1894|
Batac, Ilocos Norte, Captaincy General of the Philippines
|Died||September 20, 1935 (aged 41)|
Batac, Ilocos Norte, Philippine Islands
Julio Nalundasan (July 21, 1894 – 20 September 1935, Batac, Ilocos Norte) was a Filipino politician who was one of the political rivals of Ilocos Norte politician Mariano Marcos, father of Ferdinand Marcos (who later became the tenth President of the Philippines).
Nalundasan was killed by a sniper at his home in 1935, the day after beating Marcos for the second time in elections for the office of representative for the second district of Ilocos Norte. Mariano Marcos' son, Ferdinand, and brother-in-law, Quirino Lizardo, were later convicted for the murder. However, the conviction was overturned by the Supreme Court of the Philippines, through a decision by Associate Justice Jose P. Laurel (who, like Marcos, also became President).
- G.R. No. L-47388 - the Supreme Court decision reversing Ferdinand Marcos' conviction for murder. Contains an official account of Nalundasan's assassination.
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