Who ran for President in 2004?
2004 United States presidential election
|Nominee||George W. Bush||John Kerry|
|Running mate||Dick Cheney||John Edwards|
When was the last election in the Philippines in 2010?
Results according to the final congressional canvass. The 2010 Philippine presidential and vice presidential elections were held on Monday, May 10, 2010. The ruling President of the Philippines, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, was ineligible to seek re-election as per the 1987 Constitution, thus necessitating an election to select the 15th President .
How is the president elected in the Philippines?
This list of presidential elections in the Philippines includes election results of both presidential and vice presidential elections since 1899 with the candidates’ political party and their corresponding percentage. The offices of the president and vice president are elected separately; hence a voter may split their vote.
How often are elections held in the Philippines?
Under the Constitution, elections for the members of Congress and local positions (except barangay officials) occur every second Monday of every third year after May 1992, and presidential and vice presidential elections occur every second Monday of May every sixth year after May 1992.
When was the first election in the Philippines by popular vote?
The first presidential election by popular vote was on September 15, 1935, after the ratification of the 1935 Constitution of the Philippines; Manuel Quezon of the Nacionalista Party emerged as the victor, defeating previous president Emilio Aguinaldo (Aguinaldo was elected president by the Malolos Congress ).