WATCH: Who filed their candidacy October 14, 2015
Who filed their candidacies on Wednesday, October 14 2015? Watch the highlights below
Juanita Mendoza Troceño presents her platform as a presidential candidate
Miguel Zubiri will run as an independent candidate in his bid to return to the Senate
Actress and politician Alma Moreno is gunning for a senatorial position. She will run under Vice President Jejomar Binay's party UNA
For the third time, Risa Hontiveros attempts a Senate bid
Princess Jacel Kiram files certificate of candidacy. Kiram is the daughter of the late Jamalul Kiram III, sultan of Sulu. Like Moreno, Kiram will run under the UNA banner
Mark Lapid joins Daang Matuwid coalition, runs for senator. He is accompanied by his father, incumbent senator Lito Lapid and wife Tanya Garcia
MMDA chair Francis Tolentino files certificate of candidacy. The embattled chairman says he already apologized for the Playgirls incident and resigned from the Liberal Party
Antonio Trillanes files CoC to run for Vice President. He will be supporting Senator Grace Poe's presidential bid
Atty. Harry Roque files certificate as nominee of Kabayan (Kabalikat ng Mamamayan) party list
Francis "Kiko" Pangilinan makes a bid to return to the Senate. Pangilinan is accompanied by his wife, actress Sharon Cuneta, and two of their children
Pasig representative Roman Romulo files his certificate of candidacy. Romulo, who will run for senator, will be an independent candidate supporting Senator Grace Poe's presidential bid.
Senator Franklin Drilon files for reelection through a proxy – his brother Cesar Jr
Ralph Recto seeks reelection into the Senate, files certificate of candidacy. He is accompanied by his wife, Batangas governor Vilma Santos and son Ryan Christian
Valenzuela City representative Sherwin Gatchalian to run for senator. Gatchalian files his certificate of candidacy under the NPC
Senator Tito Sotto seeks reelection, files certificate of candidacy. Sotto is accompanied by wife Helen and son Gian
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