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2013 Philippine Elections by the Numbers

On Monday, May 13, 2013, a significant day it is, for every Filipino voter, as this is the time to elect the most deserving, the most competent candidates vying for a seat in the government.

From senators to municipal councilors, we get to decide who among the candidates should be elected so, as cliché-ish as it may sound, VOTE WISELY!

This is the 2013 Philippine election by the numbers. Learn how many electoral posts are available throughout the country according to newsinfo.inquirer.net.

12 – number of senators to be elected

233 – seats to be voted for in the House of Representatives

58 – for Party List representatives

80 – provincial governors

80 – provincial vice governors

766 – board members (Sangguniang Panlalawigan)

143 – city mayors

143 – city vice mayors

1,598 – members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod (city council)

1,491 – municipal mayors

1,491 – municipal vice mayors

11,932 – members of the Sangguniang Bayan (municipal council)

1 – regional governor in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM)

1 – regional vice governor

24 – regional assemblymen

18,022 – national and local positions decided

2013 Philippine Elections

For more information about the 2013 elections, visit the official website of the Commission on Elections. You might want to check out rappler.com as well as it has a quick guide on the list of all the candidates running for electoral posts (in case the COMELEC website loads on a snail’s pace on your browser).

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