Philippine Senate election, 1941
All 24 seats in the Philippine Senate
13 seats needed for a majority
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The elected senators would start to serve only in 1946 as they were not able to take office on December 30, 1941 as Imperial Japan invaded the country on December 8, 1941 at the onset of World War II.
The electorate voted with plurality-at-large voting with closed lists for the first time for the Senate; the voters would only need to write the party name on the ballot and all 24 candidates from the party receive votes. Also, the former senatorial districts were not used; instead voting was done nationwide as one at-large district. 
|Candidate a b||Party||Tenure c|
|Antonio de las Alas||Nacionalista||Served|
|Mariano Jesús Cuenco||Nacionalista||Served|
|Ramon J. Fernandez||Nacionalista||Served|
|Carlos P. Garcia||Nacionalista||Served|
|Pedro C. Hernaez||Nacionalista||Served|
|Rafael Fernandez||Nacionalista||Served 1|
|Esteban de la Rama||Nacionalista||Served|
|Claro M. Recto||Nacionalista||Arrested|
|Eulogio A. Rodriguez, Sr.||Nacionalista||Arrested|
|Prospero E. Sebastian||Nacionalista||Arrested|
|Emiliano Tria Tirona||Nacionalista||Arrested|
|Note: Tally of votes were destroyed during World War II.||Source: Philippine Senate|
- ^a The following were detained because of collaboration charges with the Japanese: Antonio de las Alas, Vicente Madrigal, Quintin Paredes, Claro M. Recto, Eulogio Rodriguez, Proceso E. Sebastian, Emiliano Tria Tirona, José Yulo.
- ^b Daniel Maramba died and Jose Ozamis was executed during the war.
- ^c The senators elected in 1941 served only from July 5, 1945 to April 23, 1946 except for Alauya Alonto, Esteban de la Rama, Pedro C. Hernaez, Vicente Madrigal, Vicente Rama, Eulogio A. Rodriguez, Sr., Proceso E. Sebastian and Emiliano Tria Tirona who served until May 22, 1947
- ^1 Replaced Norberto Romuáldez who died on the eve of the elections.
- ^2 Alauya Alonto used his Muslim Name "Sa Ramain" during the elections.
- Philippine Electoral Almanac. The Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office. 2013. p. 17.
- Liang, Dapen. Philippine Parties & Politics: A Historical Study of National Experience in Democracy.