Philippine presidential election, 1941

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Philippine presidential election, 1941
Philippines
← 1935 November 11, 1941 1946 →
  Manuel L. Quezon (November 1942).jpg Sumulong.jpg
Nominee Manuel L. Quezon Juan Sumulong
Party Nacionalista Popular Front
Running mate Sergio Osmeña Emilio Javier
Popular vote 1,340,320 298,608
Percentage 81.78% 18.22%

President before election

Manuel L. Quezon
Nacionalista

Elected President

Manuel L. Quezon
Nacionalista

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Presidential, legislative and local elections were held on November 11, 1941 in the Philippines. Incumbent President Manuel Luis Quezon won an unprecedented second partial term as President of the Philippines in a landslide. His running mate, Vice President Sergio Osmeña also won via landslide. The elected officials however, did not serve their terms from 1942 to 1945 due to World War II. In 1943, a Japanese-sponsored Republic was established and appointed Jose P. Laurel as president. From 1943 to 1945, the Philippines had two presidents. Quezon died in 1944 due to tuberculosis and was replaced by Sergio Osmeña.[1]

Results[edit]

Quezon and Osmeña performed better than their 1935 poll performance, winning all the provinces. Their feat as a tandem was unmatched to date.[2]

President[edit]

e • d Summary of the November 11, 1941 Philippine presidential election results
Candidates Parties Votes %
Manuel L. Quezon Nacionalista Party (Nationalist Party) 1,340,320 81.78%
Juan Sumulong Popular Front 298,608 18.22%
Hilario Moncado Modernist Party
Total 1,638,928 100%

Vice-President[edit]

e • d Summary of the November 11, 1941 Philippine vice presidential election results
Candidate Party Results
Votes %
Sergio Osmeña Nacionalista 1,445,897 92.10%
Emilio Javier Popular Front 124,035 7.90%
Totals 1,569,932 100.00%

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Philippine Electoral Almanac. 2013. pp. 14–16.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help)
  2. ^ "The Tribune". November 13, 1941. 

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