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RESULTS OF PAST PRESIDENTIAL AND VICE-PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
Commonwealth Period


ELECTION
CANDIDATE
PARTY
OFFICIAL TALLY
PERCENTAGE (%)
June 16, 1935
for President
Manuel L. Quezon
Nacionalista Coalition
695,332
68%
Emilio Aguinaldo
Nacional Socialist
179,349
17.5%
Gregorio Aglipay
 
148,010
14.5%
for Vice President
Sergio Osmeña
Nacionalista Coalition
812,352
87%
Raymundo Melliza
 
70,899
7.6%
Norberto Nabong
 
51,443
5.4%
November 11, 1941*
for President
Manuel L. Quezon
Nacionalista Party
1,340,320
81.78%
Juan Sumulong
Popular Front
298,608
18.22%
for Vice President
Sergio Osmeña
Nacionalista Party
1,445,897
92.1%
Emilio Javier
Popular Front
124,035
7.9%
* According to the Tribune (December 12, 1941 issue), the National Assembly, convening as a National Board of Canvassers, proclaimed the following as the winners in the November 11, 1941 elections: Manuel Quezon as President with 1,285,517 votes, and Sergio Osmeña as Vice President with 1,458,386 votes. No number of votes for the other candidates were placed in the report. The figures stated in the chart come from the November 27, 1941 issue of the Tribune. Almost all the votes have been canvassed with the exception of one precint in Palawan that has not yet been accounted for. These figures come closer to the number of votes cited by Vicente Albano Pacis in Osmeña: A Fully-Documented Biography (Vol. II, page 125). He notes that President Quezon garnered 1,340,638 votes while Vice President Osmeña got 1,446,213 votes in the 1941 elections.

SOURCE: Elections are like water, Manuel L. Quezon III, i magazine, 2004

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