2022 Philippine Elections

Results of raffle of 2022 party list slots now out

Dwight de Leon
Results of raffle of 2022 party list slots now out

ELECTRIC RAFFLE. The Commission on Elections used a software to conduct a raffle which would determine the placement on the 2022 ballots of qualified party-list groups.

Screenshot from Comelec virtual session

(1st UPDATE) The list generated after the December 14 raffle is not yet final. Party-list groups which failed to acknowledge the results and sign the necessary forms will be placed last in the list, in alphabetical order.

More than a hundred party-list groups were assigned a number which would determine the order of their listing on the official ballots for the 2022 elections.

Their placement on the ballots of 166 party-list groups was a result of the electronic raffle conducted by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Tuesday, December 14.

Party-list groups Kamalayan, KM Ngayon Na, PSIS, Agap, and Kabayan secured the first five slots on the ballot.

Groups 1-Pacman, ABB-NFCPI, An Waray, AP Party-List, Akap Pinoy, and Buhay, meanwhile, received the last six slots.

Meanwhile, seven rejected party-list groups which secured a temporary restraining order (TRO) from the Supreme Court after the raffle was conducted were also included on the Comelec’s final listing of party-list groups published on December 29.

  • Alliance for Resilience, Sustainability and Empowerment (Arise)
  • Igorot Warriors
  • Ang Tinig ng Seniors
  • Lingkud Bayanihan Party (LBP)
  • Ipeaceepanaw (Mindanao Indigenous Peoples Conference for Peace and Development)
  • Apat-Dapat
  • Uma Ilonggo

The full list can be seen below:

The Comelec first raffled off party list slots for the 2013 elections so that party-list groups with names that started with “1” or “A” wouldn’t automatically appear on top of the list.

Unlike in past election years, representatives of party-list groups qualified to join the 2022 polls were allowed to witness the raffle only virtually in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. – Rappler.com

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Dwight de Leon

Dwight de Leon is a multimedia reporter who covers the House of Representatives and the Commission on Elections for Rappler. Previously, he wrote stories on local government units.