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Day 8 of COC, CONA filing: List of aspirants for nat’l posts in 2022 polls

/ 12:31 PM October 08, 2021
coc filing Several more aspirants lodged their certificates of candidacy before the Commission on Elections on Tuesday.

The Commission on Elections’ tent at the Sofitel hotel in Pasay City. INQUIRER file photo / RICHARD A. REYES

MANILA, Philippines — Sen. Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa is now running for president under PDP-Laban faction of Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi, in a surprising turn of events that shocked the crowd at the Harbor Garden tent in Pasay City Friday, the last day of filing the certificates of candidacy (COC).

Aside from buzzer-beater Dela Rosa, Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan, filed his COC for vice presidency. Pangilinan was accompanied by his running mate, Vice President, and presidential aspirant Leni Robredo, when he filed his COC.

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Senatorial candidates from the Cusi-wing of PDP-Laban have also filed their papers, with President Rodrigo Duterte attending the filing event.

Opposition candidates Senator Leila de Lima filed her COC for senator through a representative. Also filing his candidacy for senator was former senator Antonio Trillanes IV.

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All of the expected presidential aspirants have already filed their COCs by now.

However, an unfamiliar aspirant was the first to file his COC for president on Friday.

Independent presidential candidate Ferdinand Jose Pijao filed his candidacy at around 8:30 a.m, the first filer for the highest elective position.

First to file for senator on Friday was a certain Silvestre Bello Jr., who is running under the PDP-Laban party. He is not to be confused with Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III, who is also reportedly eyeing to run for senator under PDP-Laban.

The Anak ng Maharlikang Pilipino meanwhile was the first partylist to file at around 8:07 a.m. on Friday.

Here are the full list of aspirants who filed their COCs and certificate of nomination and acceptance (CONA).

President

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Ferdinand Jose Pijao
Danilo Roble
Cornelio Seño
Loreto Agcaoile
Alejo Katigbak
Hilario Andes
Juan Aguilar, Jr
Percival De Guzman
Kamadhenu Gaa
Anthony Fajardo
Robert Navarro
Nestor Talion
Gerald Arcega
Bonifacio Bravo
Edgardo Los Baños
Ernesto Abella
Ricardo Domingo
Diane De Leon
Lucio Erazo
Antero Fabito
Felix Natnat
Diosdada Dacillo
Eric Negapatan
Danilo Lihaylihay
Vladimir Ocampo
Apolonia Soguilon
Anna Capella Velasco
Reysal Bahian
Grepor Belgica
Cesar Roca
Pedrito Tagle
Orlando De Guzma
Ronald Dela Rosa
Arsenio Dimaya
Josephine Murillo
Evelia Abarrondo
Arsenio Antiporda Jr
Deogracias Porio
Ramon Raco Diaz
Edmundo Fuerte

Vice President

Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan
Arlene Josephine Butay
Addullatief Pumbaya
Elpidio Rosales, Jr
Rey Anthony Bereber
Rizalito David
Emmanuel Lopez
Raquel Castillo
Lyle Fernando Uy
Benedicto Jose
Diego Palomares, Jr
Nerissa Navarro
Joel Sison

Senator

Silvestre Bello, Jr
Roque, Marianito
Illuminado Macalalad
Nur Mahal Kiram
Eugenio Insigne
Alexander Lacson
Sherwin Gatchalian
Bethsaida Lopez
Vilma Detera
Leila De Lima
Rundy Montoya
Luzviminda Calicdan
Manny Piñol
Melchor Chavez
Arlene Josephine Butay
Antonio Trillanes
Francis Leo Marcos
Ruel Lamoste
Ernesto Librando
Manuel “Noli” De Castro,Jr
Bilgadil Albam
Bandao Bansilan
Luther Meniano
Ariel Lim
Joseph Agabon
Jesus Embuscado
Roy Padilla Jr
Mario Bangasan
Dennis Cabada
Deviendo Baizon
Pol Bulilan
Gil Almasco
Mario Camba
Roger Pasa-An
Napoleon Capitulo
Chelsa Tumaquin
Barbara, Lawagan
Aaron Soguilon
Rosemarie Palacio
Rodante Marcoleta
Paulo Mario Martelino
Jose Eduardo Dimbla
Gregorio Honasan
Julian Navarra
Teodoro Baguilat, Jr
Mark Anthony Lagap
Robinhood Padilla
Salvador Panelo
Reynante Langit
Greco Antonious Beda Belgica
John Castriciones
Mona Liza Visorde
Lamberto Payongayong
Richard Gordon
Antonio Alabata
Lorenzo Cagote
William Iliw-Iliw
Nur-Ana Sahidullia
Christopher Cruz
Rosemarie Balinzon
Lynn Alegre
Loreto Tenulete
Manuel Insigne
Elberu Suguipit
Wilfredo Red
Astravel Naik
Willie Ricablanca
Emily Mallillin
Ernersto Ereño
Edgar Avinado
Rex Noel
Filipino Alvarado
Henry Petrola
Ramon Bayron
Ariel Mazo
Marcelino Cutelo Jr
Reynaldo Biluan
Jesus Durian Jr
Donabel Manzano
Lourdes Candy Darimbang
Catherine Cruz
Ricky Formiento
Jamila Dipatuan
Darwin Logromo

Partylists:

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Anac Ip
Ako Bisaya
Champ
Ating Guro
Anak Mindanao
Probinsyano Ako
Motor
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Km Ngayon Na
Aspa
Arise
Biyaherong Pinoy
Kamalayan
Bahay
Ufcc
Alliance Of Ofw
Uswag Ilonggo
Noraa
Nasecore: Kontra Brownout
Cibac
Angat Ahon Magsasaka
Amupra
Pastor
Moro Ako
Aktibong Kaagapay Ng Mga Manggagawa (Akma)
Tingog
Duterte Atin To (Dati)
Sagip
Friends Of The Poor And Jobless (Fpj)
Bunyog
Anuba Pilipinas
Wifi
Stl
Malasakit At Bayanihan
Amai
Duterte Youth
Kabalikat Ng Pilipinas
Alza
Kpp
Smcw
Npic
Cocoman
Solid Change
Kilusang May Pagasa
Netizens
Mocha
Abeko
Pasada Cc
Subanen
Arte
Libro
Katv
1-Bansa
1-Atpinoy
Kabaka
Ambagan Ph
Lunas
Bg
Angat Pinoy
Kasipag
1 Anak Ilocano
Maagap
Abante Pilipinas
Juan Movement
Ang Tinig Ng Senior
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