LIST: Party-list groups hoping to join 2019 elections

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LIST: Party-list groups hoping to join 2019 elections
A total of 185 organizations have filed applications to participate in 2019 party-list elections

MANILA, Philippines – Organizations that want to participate in the party list in 2019 trooped to the headquarters of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) in Intramuros, Manila, from Thursday, October 11, to Wednesday, October 17, to formalize their intent.

Here is the list of 185 organizations that have filed certificates of nomination, as well as certificates of acceptance by its nominees. The groups are listed in the order of their filing. (LIVE UPDATES: Filing of certificates of candidacy for the 2019 elections)

Comelec will go through the applications of these groups in the coming weeks. Those making the cut will be part of a raffle on or before December 5 to determine their order of appearance on the official ballot.

Day 1, October 11 

  1. Abono Party List (ABONO)
  2. Butil Farmers Party (BUTIL)
  3. Puwersa ng Bayaning Atleta (PBA)
  4. Manila Teachers’ Savings and Loan Association (MANILA TEACHERS)
  5. Kabalikat ng Mamamayan (KABAYAN)
  6. Guardjan Party List (GUARDJAN)
  7. Coalition of Associations of Senior Citizens in the Philippines (SENIOR CITIZENS)
  8. Partido ng Bayan ang Bida (PBB)
  9. Partido Lakas ng Masa (PLM)
  10. Democratic Independent Workers Association (DIWA)
  11. Ako Bisdak-Bisayang Dako (AKO BISDAK)
  12. Ang National Coalition of Indigenous Peoples Action Na! (ANAC-IP)
  13. One Unified Transport Alliance of the Philippines-Bicol Region (1 UTAP BICOL)
  14. Laang Kawal ng Pilipinas (LAANG KAWAL)
  15. Sulong Dignidad
  16. ABE Kapampangan (ABEKA)
  17. Pambansang Nagkakaisa sa Paggawa at Agrikultura (PNPA)
  18. Acts-Overseas Filipino Workers Coalition of Organizations (ACTS-OFW)

Day 2, October 12

  1. Gabriela Women’s Party (GABRIELA)
  2. Ating Agapay Sentrong Samahan ng mga Obrero (AASENSO)
  3. Cooperative Natcco Network Party (COOP-NATCCO)
  4. Angkla: Ang Partido ng mga Pilipinong Marino (ANGKLA)
  5. Alyansa General Parents Teachers Association-Indigenous People (AGPTA-IP)
  6. Construction Workers’ Solidarity (CWS)
  7. Hugpong Federal Movement of the Philippines
  8. Aangat Tayo Party-list (AANGAT TAYO)
  9. ACT Teachers Party-list (ACT TEACHERS)
  10. Una ang Edukasyon (1-ANG EDUKASYON)
  11. Ako An Bisaya
  12. Kabataan Party List (KABATAAN)

Day 3, October 15

  1. Isogdabaw
  2. Talino at Galing ng Pinoy (TGP)
  3. Ako Ayoko sa Bawal na Droga (AKO PARTYLIST)
  4. Rebolusyonaryong Alyansang Makabansa (RAM)
  5. Magdalo Para sa Pilipino (MAGDALO)
  6. Akbayan Citizens’ Action Party (AKBAYAN)
  7. Alliance for Public Transport Organization (1-APTO)
  8. Global Workers and Family Federation (GLOBAL)
  9. Bayan Muna Partylist (BAYAN MUNA)
  10. Marino Samahan ng mga Seaman (MARNO)
  11. Federation of International Cable TV and Telecommunications Association of the Philippines (FICTAP)
  12. Abang Lingkod Partylist (ABANG LINGKOD)
  13. You Against Corruption and Poverty (YACAP)
  14. Ang Laban ng Indignong Filipino (ALIF)
  15. Advocacy for Teacher Empowerment Through Action, Cooperation and Harmony Towards Educational Reforms (A TEACHER)
  16. Arts Business and Science Professionals (ABS)
  17. Awareness of Keepers of the Environment Party List (AWAKE)
  18. Manggagawa Partylist (MNGGW)
  19. Barangay Natin Party List (BANAT)
  20. Kalinga Party List (KALINGA)
  21. 1st Consumer Alliance for Rural Energy Party List (1-CARE)
  22. Abante Mindanao (ABAMIN)
  23. Tanggol Maralita (ITO ANG TAMA)
  24. Liga ng mga Mag-uumang Probinsyano (LIGA NG MGA MAG-UUMA)
  25. Kasosyo Producer-Consumer Exchange Association (AA-KASOSYO)
  26. ACTS-OFW – 2nd group
  27. Cyclista at Motorista ng Pilipinas (CYMPIL)
  28. National Urban Poor Organization Assembly (ANUPA)
  29. Alliance of Philippine Partners in Enterprise Development (APPEND)
  30. Kusug Tausug
  31. Alay Buhay Community Development (ALAY BUHAY)
  32. Ang Nars Party List (ANG NARS)
  33. Barkadahan Para sa Bansa (BARKADAHAN)
  34. AMEPA OFW Access Center (AMEPA OFW)
  35. One Patriotic Coalition of Marginalized Nationals (1PACMAN)
  36. Anti-Crime and Terrorism through Community Involvement and Support (ACT-CIS)
  37. Murang Kuryente
  38. Tamang Isip
  39. Kooperatiba Kapisanan ng Magsasaka ng Pilipinas (KOOP KAMPI)
  40. Katipunan ng mga Guardians Brotherhood Philippines (KGB)

Day 4, October 16

  1. One Bagong Ahapo ng Pilipinas (1-AHAPO)
  2. An Waray Party-list (AN WARAY)
  3. PNP Retirees Association, Inc. (PRAI)
  4. Agricultural Sector Alliance of the Philippines (AGAP)
  5. Movement for Economic Transformation and Righteous Opportunities (METRO)
  6. Wired and Wireless Internet for Filipino (WIFI)
  7. Ina na Nagmamahal sa Anak (INANG MAHAL)
  8. Aksyon Health Workers (AHW)
  9. Abakada
  10. People Surge
  11. Galing sa Puso Party (GP PARTY-LIST)
  12. 1 Alliance Advocating Autonomy Party (1AAAP)
  13. Tribal Communities Association of the Philippines (TRICAP)
  14. Alliance of Volunteer Educators (AVE)
  15. Kilusang Maypagasa (MAYPAGASA)
  16. Kabalikat ng Nagkakaisang Manileño (KABALIKAT)
  17. Minimum Wage Earners
  18. Confederation of Non-Stock Savings and Loan Associations (CONSLA)
  19. Partido Manggagawa (PM)
  20. Dumper Philippines Taxi Drivers Association (DUMPER PTDA)
  21. Alliance of Organizations, Networks and Associations of the Philippines (ALONA)
  22. United Filipino Consumers & Commuters (UFCC)
  23. Magkakasama sa Sakahan, Kaunlaran (MAGSASAKA)
  24. Serbisyo sa Bayan Party (SBP)
  25. Tourism Educators and Movers Philippines (TEAM PHILIPPINES)
  26. Pilipinas Para sa Pinoy (PPP)
  27. Stop & Go
  28. Anakpawis Party List (ANAKPAWIS)
  29. OFW-Abroad, Inc. (OFW ABROAD)
  30. Alyansa ng mga Mamamayang Probinsyano (ANG PROBINSYANO)
  31. Agbiag! Timpuyog Ilocano (AGBIAG)
  32. AAMBIS-OWA Partylist (AAMBIS-OWA)
  33. Bahay Para sa Pamilyang Pilipino (BAHAY)
  34. Tinderong Pinoy
  35. Ang Siguro, Inc. (ASI)
  36. Public Safety Alliance for Transformation and Rule of Law (PATROL)
  37. Anak Mindanao (AMIN)
  38. 1GB Guardians Brotherhood (1GB)
  39. Alliance for Truthful Information (ATIN)
  40. OFW Family Club, Inc (OFW FAMILY)
  41. Gawing Una ang Tagumpay ng Ordinaryong Mamamayan (GUTOM)
  42. New Era Citizens Against Illegal Drugs, Poverty and Corruption (NEW ERA)
  43. Trade Union Congress Party (TUCP)
  44. Kaisahan ng mga Maliliit na Magsasaka (KMM)
  45. Abante-Pangasinan Ilokano (API)

Day 5, October 17

  1. 1-Sagip Party-list (1-SAGIP)
  2. Ang Mata’y Alagaan (MATA)
  3. 1 Ang Pamilya
  4. Aksyon ng Magsasaka Partido Tinig ng Masa (AKMA-PTM)
  5. Pera sa Kalikasan (PERA)
  6. Ako Bicol Political Party (AKO BICOL)
  7. Barangay Health Wellness (BHW)
  8. 1 Accountants Party-list (1 ACCOUNTANTS)
  9. Ang Kabuhayan Partylist (ANG KABUHAYAN)
  10. Pasahero Mass Movement (PASAHERO)
  11. Advocates and Keepers Organization of OFWs (AKO-OFW)
  12. Citizens’ Battle Against Corruption (CIBAC)
  13. Coalition of Associations of Senior Citizens in the Philippines (SENIOR CITIZENS) – 2nd group
  14. Adhikaing Tinaguyod ng Kooperatiba (ATING KOOP)
  15. Bayaning Pilipino Organisasyon (BPO)
  16. Parents Teachers Alliance (PTA)
  17. Rural Electric Cooperative Board of Directors Association (RECOBODA)
  18. Bagong Henerasyon Partylist (BH)
  19. Association of Marine Officers and Ratings (AMOR-SEAMAN)
  20. Ang Tao Muna at Bayan Partylist (TAO MUNA)
  21. Sinag Tungo sa Kaunlaran (SINAG)
  22. Association of Philippine Electric Cooperatives (APEC)
  23. One Philippines (1P)
  24. Grain Retailers’ Confederation of the Philippines (GRECON)
  25. Mindoro Sandugo Para sa Kaunlaran (PARTIDO SANDUGO)
  26. SMMITT Transport Coalition (SMMITT)
  27. Philippine Rural Electric Cooperatives Association (PHILRECA)
  28. Ako Padayon Pilipino (A PDYN)
  29. Agri Agra na Reporma Para sa Magsasaka ng Pilipinas Movement (AGRI)
  30. Ating Kultura at Sining-PACES (AKS PACES)
  31. Ang Drayber
  32. Agila ng Katutubong Pilipino Party List (AGILA)
  33. Sandigan ng mga Manggagawa sa Konstruksiyon (SAMAKO)
  34. Gawang Pinoy
  35. Association of Lady Entrepreneurs (ALENG ENTREP)
  36. Komyuter
  37. Abante Pilipinas (ABANTE)
  38. Coalition of Associations of Senior Citizens/Elderly in the Philippines (SENIOR CITIZENS/ELDERLY)
  39. Ako Bisaya Partylist (AKO BISAYA)
  40. Kapisanan ng Nagkakaisang Naghahangad ng Kaunlaran, Kasaganaan, Katahimikan at Pagkakaisa (KAUNLARAN)
  41. Kaagapay ang Mamamayang Pilipino (KAP)
  42. Angat Pinoy
  43. Buhay Hayaang Yumabong (BUHAY)
  44. Juan Movement
  45. Anakalusugan
  46. Tingog Sinirangan
  47. Union of Nationalist Democratic Filipino Organization (UNIDO)
  48. LPG Marketers Association (LPGMA)
  49. Wow Pilipinas Movement (WOW PILIPINAS)
  50. Ang Pasahero Inc. (API)
  51. Philippine ICT Innovation Network (ICT)
  52. Alliance of OFW Party
  53. Philippine Educators Alliance for Community Empowerment (PEACE)
  54. Pinagbuklod na Filipino Para sa Bayan (BUKLOD FILIPINO)
  55. Women and Child Crime Abuse Assistance (WACCA)
  56. 1Bro Phil. Guardians Brotherhood Inc. (1BRO-PGBI)
  57. Filipino Family Party (FILIPINO FAMILY)
  58. 1-United Transport Koalisyon (1-UTAK)
  59. Academicians, Students and Educators Alliance (ASEAN)
  60. Alliance of Philippine Fishing Federations (ALL-FISH)
  61. Philippine Society for Industrial Security (AKO AY PSIS SECURITY)
  62. Kapatirang Magmamais ng Pilipinas (KAMAIS)
  63. Luntiang Pilipinas
  64. Isang Lapian ng Mangingisda at Bayan Tungo sa Kaunlaran (1-LAMBAT)
  65. Probinsyano Ako
  66. Murang Kuryente
  67. Aabante Bawas Presyo Kuryente (ABPK)
  68. National Association for Electricity Consumers for Reforms (KONTRA BROWN OUT)
  69. Duterte Youth
  70. One Coop

Each group should submit a list of nominees to Comelec. Winning party-list groups will earn one to 3 House seats, depending on the share of votes they receive in the polls. The nominees will fill up these seats based on the order of their listing. (READ: 8 things you need to know about the party list)

The Constitution allotted 20% of seats in the House of Representatives for party-list representatives.  – Michael Bueza, with reports from Sofia Tomacruz/Rappler.com