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LIST: Presidential, VP, senatorial aspirants on last day of COC filing

/ 07:12 PM October 16, 2015
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Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago files her certificate of candidacy for the presidency on Friday at the Commission on Elections office in Manila. YUJI VINCENT GONZALES/INQUIRER.net

As expected, the fifth and last day of filing of certificates of candidacy (COC) drew more and more people seeking top national posts in the 2016 elections.

At the close of filing at 5 p.m., Commission on Elections spokesperson James Jimenez said 130 aspirants filed COCs for president, 19 for vice president, and 172 for senator.

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Today’s COC filers were led by presidential aspirant Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago, senatorial aspirant and boxing icon Sarangani Rep. Manny Pacquiao, and vice presidential hopeful Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano.

Comelec Chair Bautista said he was pleased with how the filing, which started on Monday, turned out because orderliness was maintained amid the festive atmosphere.

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“We are very pleased with the outcome. We were able to preserve the festive atmosphere pero mas maayos ang proseso,” Bautista, adding that the poll body would continue to improve the system based on lessons learned.

Saying Comelec offices were scheduling 12-hour shifts starting Oct. 17, Bautista urged the public to register before the Oct. 31 deadline.

“Having a good voter turnout will strengthen our democracy,” he said.

Comelec will release the official list of candidates for next year’s polls on Dec. 10. Yuji Vincent Gonzales/RC

READ: Presidential, VP, senatorial aspirants on COC filing Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4

For president

1. Romeo Cayabyab
2. Isidro Ursua
3. Simeon de Castro Jr.
4. Pedrito Tagle
5. Jepollo Apolonio
6. Romeo Barredo
7. Roy Señeres
8. Luisito Falcon
9. Alberto Javier
10. Levi Agustin
11. Benedicto Tutay
12. Leonardo Dumlao
13. Elias Dulalia
14. Felomena Sisit
15. Cesar Roca
16. Manuel Roxas
17. Melchor Puno
18. Marcos Auza
19. Ernesto Lascoña
20. Caliope Hara
21. Vetellano Acosta
22. Virgilio Castelo
23. Rafael Cabrera
24. Domingo Nebres
25. Evalia Abarrondo
26. Earl Cristian Angay
27. Maria Clara Depil
28. Alicia Reyes
29. Miriam Defensor-Santiago
30. Adriano Apayor
31. Dante Lopez
32. Mohammad Abdullah Santos
33. Laurencio Yulaga
34. Patrocinio Cailing
35. Joey Mercaida
36. Ma. Ruth Tabat
37. Robert Pipo
38. Maria Antonia Rael Aquino
39. Guadalupe Bitangga
40. Olimpio Espiritu
41. Beatriz Deotoy
42. Waldo Alpuerto
43. Orlando Manalo
44. Orlando Ailes
45. Joselito Briones
46. Jose Montemayor Jr.
47. Ernesto Padernos
48. Peter Puzon
49. Lilian Rosales
50. Romel Mendoza
51. Victorio Angelo Cadag
52. Martin Diño
53. Dante Valencia
54. Sharifa Regina Taj Sangkalang Usman

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For vice president

1. Teodulo Malangen
2. Alan Peter Cayetano
3. Raul Barbasa
4. Vicente Camilon Jr.

For senator

1. Rolly Casino
2. Gerardo Antolin
3. Ricky Juan Balauro
4. Getulio Napeñas
5. Antonio Rojo
6. Cancio Nicanor Guibone
7. Maria Susana Ople
8. Fernando Diaz
9. Rey Langit
10. Diosdado Valeroso
11. Levito Baligod
12. Carlos Jericho Petilla
13. Eduardo Manzano
14. Gion Gounet
15. Emmanuel Joel Villanueva
16. Alexander Alimmud Ali
17. Razel Lagman
18. Gerardo Del Mundo
19. Jude Josue Sabio
20. Ibrahim Albani
21. Walden Bello
22. Edmundo Escalante
23. Herminigildo Aquino Jr.
24. Efren Bernabe Cadiz
25. Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao
26. Jovito Palparan Jr.
27. Richard Gordon
28. Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso
29. Benjamin Adam
30. Aeric Bernardino
31. Sixto Lagare
32. Elizabeth Kho
33. Veronica Agos
34. Aladon Ampatuan
35. Lorenzo Gadon
36. Alejandrino Suarez
37. Greco Belgica
38. Leo Guido Yosalina
39. Fatima Briones
40. Noel Lavisto
41. Renato Bobis
42. Dante Liban
43. Anacleto Millendez
44. Luisito Narciso Ordoña
45. Alberto Ong Jr.
46. Praxedes Bustamante
47. Jayson Ocampo
48. Rafael Alunan III
49. Jonathan Jesus Navea
50. Salvador Raldin Abaño
51. Baltazar Palima
52. Severo Maluenda Jr.
53. Dionisio Santiago
54. Hermio Bataluna
55. Norodin Lucman
56. Mustapha Kabalu
57. Rodolfo Flores
58. Rodrigo Gutang
59. Amay Bisaya Nee Roberto Reyes
60. Resurreccion Manuel
61. Ferdinand Sevilla
62. Joel Catmon
63. Dante Jimenez
64. Luther Meniano
65. Genevieve Bernabe
66. Lodelin Nufable
67. Erlinda Arcadio
68. Rey Fiel Elizar Albao
69. Mischa Nicanor Elma
70. Jose Sicuana Jr.
71. Cecilia Lucentales
72. Eduardo del Rosario
73. Alberto Rojo
74. Sheryl Cabantog
75. Wilhelmina Orozco
76. Leopoldo Fernandez
77. Roger Rodriguez
79. Juan Pietro Soliman
80. Muhamad Gorostiza
81. Manuel Insigne
82. Emmanuel Lopez
83. Alfredo Hobayan
84. Antonio San Buenaventura Jr.
85. Pecita Zaraspe
86. Acad Bayabao
87. Constantino De Leon
88. John Castriciones
89. Perlita Lavides
90. Ramon Montaño

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