Who were the presidential candidates in 2016 Philippines?

Who were the presidential candidates in 2016 Philippines?

2016 Philippine presidential election

Candidate Rodrigo Duterte Grace Poe
Party PDP–Laban Independent
Running mate Alan Peter Cayetano Francis Escudero
Popular vote 16,601,997 9,100,991
Percentage 39.01% 21.39%

How many voters are there in the Philippines 2016?

President

Candidate %
Valid votes 94.61
Invalid votes 5.39
Total votes 100.00
Registered voters/turnout 80.69

Did Chiz Escudero run for president?

On October 29, 2009, Escudero announced his resignation from the Nationalist People’s Coalition and became an independent. Escudero was expected to run for the presidency but he did not. Instead, he endorsed the team-up of Senator Benigno Aquino III and Makati Mayor Jejomar Binay.

Why is Heart Evangelista so rich?

Evangelista comes from a wealthy clan, born into a family which owns the Barrio Fiesta restaurant chain in the Philippines. Her father is a restaurant magnate and her cousin, Happy Ongpauco-Tiu, runs the Happy Concept Group, a catering and restaurant company.

Who are the candidates for President of the Philippines in 2016?

Rodrigo Duterte The 2016 presidential campaign of Rodrigo Duterte, the incumbent mayor of Davao City, was announced on November 21, 2015.

Who are the candidates for President of the United States in 2016?

2016 presidential candidates 1 Ben Carson. 2 Lincoln Chafee. 3 Hillary Clinton. 4 Ted Cruz. 5 Lindsey Graham. 6 Mike Huckabee. 7 Lawrence Lessig. 8 Martin O’Malley. 9 George Pataki. 10 Rand Paul.

What did President Aquino say about Binay in 2015?

In a 2015 Independence Day (June 12) speech in Iloilo, President Aquino said that he could only offer Binay the conduct of a clean and honest election, but not an outright endorsement.

How many years can a President of the Philippines serve?

Under the current constitution, one often disparaged as being in desperate need of reform, Philippine presidents can only hold one six-year service in Malacancang Palace, the analogous White House of the Philippines.

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