Philippine Assembly elections, 1909

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Philippine Assembly elections, 1909
Philippines
← 1907 November 2, 1909 1912 →

All 81 seats in the Philippine Assembly
41 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
  Osmena.jpg Arsenio Cruz-Herrera.jpg
Leader Sergio Osmeña Arsenio Cruz-Herrera
Party Nacionalista Progresista
Leader's seat Cebu–2nd Rizal–1st (lost)
Last election 32 seats, 34.89% 16 seats, 24.67%
Seats before 59A 16
Seats won 62 17
Seat change Increase 3 Increase 1
Popular vote 92,996 38,588
Percentage 48.19% 20.00%
Swing Increase 13.30% Decrease 0.87%

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Parties that won a plurality of votes in each province. Results for local offices are also included as a separate tally for the Philippine Assembly was not provided.

Speaker before election

Sergio Osmeña
Nacionalista

Elected Speaker

Sergio Osmeña
Nacionalista

The Philippine Assembly elections were held in the Philippines on November 2, 1909.

Results[edit]

The top bar represents seats won, while the bottom bar represents the proportion of votes received.

62 17 2
48.19% 20.00% 5.42% 26.39%
Nacionalista Progresista IND No seats won
e • d Summary of the November 2, 1909 Philippine Assembly election results
Party Popular vote Seats won
Total  % Swing Total  % +/−
Nacionalista 92,996 48.19% Increase 13.30% 62 76.54% Increase 3
Progresista 38,588 20.00% Decrease 4.67% 17 20.99% Increase 1
Liguero 3,621 1.88% Steady 0 0.00% Steady
Independent 10,464 5.42% Decrease 0.87% 2 2.47% Decrease 2
Unknown votes 47,306 24.51% Steady 0 0.00% Steady
Total 192,975 100% 81 100% Increase 1
Valid votes 192,975 92.40%
Registered voters 208,845 100%
Note:This table also includes results for local offices as a separate tally for the Philippine Assembly was not provided.
Source: Philippine Commission. Report of the Philippine Commission to the Secretary of War 1910. 

Note[edit]

A. ^ Members of the Independent and Inmediatista factions were absorbed by the Nacionalista Party. This led to the combination of their seats which totaled to 59 seats.

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