Koalisyon ng Katapatan at Karanasan sa Kinabukasan

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The Koalisyon ng Katapatan at Karanasan sa Kinabukasan (K4, Coalition of Truth and Experience for Tomorrow) is the political multi-party electoral alliance that supported president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo who won the 2004 Philippine presidential elections. It is the remnant of the People Power Coalition that was formed following the ascendancy of president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo to power. Arroyo is seeking a complete term under this coalition with Sen. Noli de Castro, an independent, yet popular, politician, as her running mate.

The leading party in this coalition is the ruling Lakas-Christian Muslim Democrats (Lakas-CMD), of which Arroyo is a member. Other parties under this coalition are the Liberal Party, the Nationalist People's Coalition, the Nacionalista Party, the Partido Demokratiko Sosyalista ng Pilipinas and the People's Reform Party as well as the Kabalikat ng Mamamayang Pilipino.

K-4 Senatorial Slate[edit]

Name Party Occupation Elected
Robert Barbers Lakas-CMD Senator No
Rodolfo Biazon Liberal Senator and father of Muntinlupa City Cong. Rozzano Ruffino "Ruffy" Biazon. Yes
Pia Cayetano Lakas-CMD Lawyer, Environmentalist and eldest daughter of the late Senator Renato Cayetano (1998-2003). Yes
Richard J. Gordon Lakas-CMD former Secretary of Tourism and former Chairman of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority. Yes
Parouk Hussin Lakas-CMD former Governor of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. No
Robert Jaworski Lakas-CMD Senator No
Lito Lapid Lakas-CMD Governor of Pampanga, movie and TV personality Yes
Orlando S. Mercado Independent former Secretary of National Defense and former Senator No
John Henry Osmeña NPC Senator No
Mar Roxas Liberal former Secretary of Trade and Industry and former Representative from Capiz. He is the grandson of former President Manuel Roxas, second son of former Senator Gerardo Roxas and brother of former Representative Gerry Roxas. Yes
Bong Revilla Lakas-CMD former Chairman of the Optical Media Board (anti- media piracy arm of the government), former Governor of Cavite, movie and TV personality Yes
Miriam Defensor Santiago PRP former Senator and PRP 1992 and 1998 Presidential nominee (lost to Fidel Ramos and Joseph Estrada respectively) Yes

Election results[edit]

7 out of 12 candidates won the possible 12 seats in the Senate namely: (in order of votes received)

See also[edit]