People's Champ Movement

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People's Champ Movement
PresidentRogelio Pacquiao
ChairmanManny Pacquiao
Secretary-GeneralRaul Martinez
FounderManny Pacquiao
FoundedSeptember 4, 2008 (organized)
May 7, 2009 (registered)
HeadquartersGeneral Santos, Soccsksargen
IdeologyChristian democracy
Social conservatism
Asian values
Political positionRight-wing
National affiliationPROMDI (since 2021)
United Nationalist Alliance (until 2016)
Seats in the Senate
0 / 24
Seats in the House of Representatives
1 / 316
Provincial governorships
1 / 81
Provincial vice governorships
1 / 81
Provincial board members
11 / 11,924

The People's Champ Movement (PCM) is a political party in the Philippines, currently affiliated with the PROMDI and previously the United Nationalist Alliance. It is led by Manny Pacquiao, who founded the party, and is mainly based in General Santos and Sarangani.

The party also ran for a seat in the congress in the 2019 elections, but they ranked 97 out of 134 running party-lists, thus not winning a seat. The votes they have are only 60,040, 0.22% of the national votes.[1]


The party has four elected officials:

  • Elmer De Peralta - Vice-Governor of Sarangani



Present and Vice-Governor 2007–2013

2016–Present and Leader of PCM


  1. ^ "Halalan 2019 Philippine Election Results ABS-CBN News". Commission of Elections, May 22, 2019.