Philippine Assembly elections, 1912

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Philippine Assembly elections, 1912
Philippines
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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
Last election 62 seats, 48.19% 17 seats, 20.00%
Seats won 62 16
Seat change  Steady  Decrease 1
Popular vote 124,753 37,842
Percentage 53.35% 16.18%
Swing Increase 5.16% Decrease 3.82%

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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

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Philippine Assembly and local elections were held in the Philippines on June 4, 1912.

Results[edit]

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

62 16 3
53.35% 16.18% 26.86%
Nacionalista Progresista Independents [1]
1 No seats won: 3.61%


e • d Summary of the June 4, 1912 Philippine Assembly election results
Party Popular vote Seats won
Total  % Swing Total  % +/−
Nacionalista 124,753 53.35% Increase 5.16% 62 76.54% Steady
Progresista 37,842 16.18% Decrease 3.82% 16 19.75% Decrease 1
Independent 62,804 26.86% Increase 21.44% 3 3.70% Increase 1
Unknown votes 8,437 3.61% Decrease 20.90% 0 0.00% Steady
Total 233,836 100% 81 100% Steady
Valid votes 233,836 94.23%
Registered voters 248,154 100%
Note:This table also includes results for local offices as a separate tally for the Philippine Assembly was not provided.
Sources: Philippine Commission. Report of the Philippine Commission to the Secretary of War 1912. 
& Cesar Pobre. Philippine Legislatures: 100 Years. 

Philippine Assembly[edit]

Province District Representative
Albay 1st Domingo Diaz
2nd Mariano A. Locsin
3rd Ceferino Villareal
Ambos Camarines 1st Silverio D. Cecilio
2nd Julian Ocampo
3rd Jose T. Fuentebella
Antique Lone Angel Salazar
Bataan Lone Pablo Tecson
Batanes Lone Vicente Barsana
Batangas 1st Galicano Apacible
2nd Marcelo Caringal
3rd Fidel Reyes
Bohol 1st Candelario Borja
2nd Jose A. Clarin
3rd Juan Virtudes
Bulacan 1st Ambrosio Santos
2nd Ceferino de Leon
Cagayan 1st Cresencio Marasigan
2nd Juan Quintos
Capiz 1st Rafael Acuña
2nd Emilio Acevedo
3rd Jose Tirol
Cavite Lone Florentino Joya
Cebu 1st Gervacio Padilla
2nd Sergio Osmeña
3rd Filemon Sotto
4th Alejandro Ruiz
5th Mariano Jesús Cuenco
6th Vicente Lozada
7th Tomas Alonzo
Ilocos Norte 1st Santiago A. Fonacier
2nd Teogenes Quiaoit
Ilocos Sur 1st Alberto Reyes
2nd Gregorio Talavera
3rd Julio Borbon
Iloilo 1st Francisco Villanueva
2nd Perfecto J. Salas
3rd Ernesto Gustilo
4th Tiburcio Lutero
5th Cirilo Mapa
Isabela Lone Eliseo Claravall
La Union 1st Joaquin D. Luna
2nd Florencio Baltazar
Laguna 1st Servillano Platon
2nd Pedro Guevara
Leyte 1st Estanislao Granados
2nd Dalmacio Costas
3rd Miguel Hernandez
4th Francisco D. Enage
Manila* 1st Isidoro de Santos
2nd Luciano de la Rosa
Mindoro Lone Mariano P. Leuterio
Misamis 1st Leon Borromeo
2nd Nicolas Capistrano
Negros Occidental 1st Melecio Severino
2nd Rafael R. Alunan
3rd Gil Montilla
Negros Oriental 1st Jose Lopez Villanueva
2nd Leopoldo Rovira
Nueva Ecija Lone Lucio Gonzales
Palawan Lone Manuel Sandoval
Pampanga 1st Eduardo Gutierrez David
2nd Andres Luciano
Pangasinan 1st Vicente Solis
2nd Rodrigo D. Perez
3rd Rufo G. Cruz
4th Pedro Ma. Sison
5th Hugo Sansano
Rizal 1st Arsenio Cruz Herrera
2nd Sixto de los Santos
Samar 1st Tomas Gomez
2nd Jose Sabarre
3rd Mariano Alde
Sorsogon 1st Leoncio Grajo
2nd Jose Zurbito
Surigao Lone Inocencio Cortez
Tarlac 1st Luis Morales
2nd Jose Espinosa
Tayabas 1st Filemon Perez
2nd Bernardo del Mundo
Zambales Lone Gabriel Alba

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