2022 Philippine Elections

LIST: Who is running for president, vice president in the 2022 Philippine elections?

LIST: Who is running for president, vice president in the 2022 Philippine elections?
A total of 10 candidates for president and 9 for vice president are on the official ballot

The race is on!

From October 1 to 8, 2021, aspirants to the two highest positions in the country trooped to the Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila to file with the Commission on Elections (Comelec) their certificates of candidacy (COC) for the 2022 polls.

(READ: Powers and Duties: President, Vice President of the Philippines)

Below is the official list of candidates for president and vice president, arranged alphabetically.

At the end, you may also see the presidential-vice presidential tickets.

(READ: #PHVote Guides: When does a politician become a candidate?)

A total of 10 candidates for president and 9 for vice president are on the official ballot:

For President

2. De Guzman, Leody (PLM)
Partido Lakas ng Masa
4. Gonzales, Norberto (PDSP)
Partido Demokratiko Sosyalista ng Pilipinas
5. Lacson, Ping (PDR)
Partido para sa Demokratikong Reporma
6. Mangondato, Faisal (KTPNAN)
Katipunan ng Kamalayang Kayumanggi
7. Marcos, Bongbong (PFP)
Partido Federal ng Pilipinas
8. Montemayor, Jose Jr. (DPP)
Democratic Party of the Philippines

Withdrawals with no substitution:
Orlando de Guzman (Partido Pederal ng Maharlika)
Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go (PDDS), who had earlier substituted for Grepor Belgica
Ronald dela Rosa (PDP-Laban)
Anna Capella Velasco (Lakas-CMD)

83 COC filers for president were later removed from the list.

Photos of six aspirants from Comelec’s Twitter account

For Vice President

2. Bello, Walden (PLM)
Partido Lakas ng Masa
Substituted for Raquel Castillo
3. David, Rizalito (DPP)
Democratic Party of the Philippines
4. Duterte, Sara (Lakas)
Lakas-CMD
Substituted for Lyle Fernando Uy
5. Lopez, Manny SD (WPP)
Workers and Peasants Party (Labor Party Philippines)
6. Ong, Doc Willie (Aksyon)
Aksyon Demokratiko
7. Pangilinan, Kiko (LP)
Liberal Party
8. Serapio, Carlos (KTPNAN)
Katipunan ng Kamalayang Kayumanggi
9. Sotto, Vicente Tito (NPC)
Nationalist People’s Coalition

Withdrawals with no substitution:
Christopher Lawrence Go (PDP-Laban) to run for president
Bienvenido Lorque (Katipunan ng Demokratikong Pilipino)

Photo of one aspirant from Comelec’s Twitter account

Comelec cancelled Arlene Josephine Butay’s candidacy for vice president because she also filed a COC for senator, which makes her not eligible for either position.

17 COC filers for vice president were later removed from the list.

President-VP tickets

De Guzman-Bello
Lacson-Sotto
Mangondato-Serapio
Marcos-Duterte
Montemayor-David
Moreno-Ong
Pacquiao-Atienza
Robredo-Pangilinan

Rappler.com

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