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Seventy-two people filed to become the next President, while 22 did the same to become our Vice President.

Aspirants of our country’s Presidential and Vice-Presidential posts went to the Garden Tent of Sofitel Manila to file their certificates of candidacy (COC). From October 1 to 8, seventy-two Filipinos filed for the post of our next president. At the same time, 22 people filed for the next vice president to be elected in the 2022 elections.

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However, before the official list of candidates will be released by the COMELEC in November 2021, here are the people who filed for COC for the two highest posts in our nation this week.

Presidential candidates

Ernesto Abella 

Abella filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently. Abella is the former spokesperson of current President Duterte.

In a surprise development, former Duterte spokesman and DFA undersecretary Ernesto Abella files COC for PRESIDENT.

Abella is not a politician, has never said he envisioned a political career for himself. Why now? #WeDecide @rapplerdotcom pic.twitter.com/3TaOmiPY37

— Pia Ranada (@piaranada) October 8, 2021

Loreto Agcaoili

Agcaoili filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently.

Juan Aguilar Jr.

Aguilar filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 8: Juan Aguilar Jr. files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/Ayfk77zxwE

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 8, 2021

Hilario Andes

Andes filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 8: Hilario “Larry” Andes files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/sDXNMHBiM3

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 8, 2021

Gerald Arcega 

Arcega filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently.

Bonifacio Bravo

Bravo filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently.

Percival Kevin de Guzman

De Guzman filed for a COC for presidency today and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 8: Percival Kevin “Kevin” De Guzman files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/C8IBgRblRE

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 8, 2021

Sen. Ronaldo “Bato” Dela Rosa

The Senator’s party, the Cusi faction of the ruling group PDP-Laban, sent a photo to media today showing him filing his COC for President, with fellow Senator Bong Go as his running mate. In the photo, he was seen wearing a Hugpong ng Pagbabago party shirt, which is the regional party of Sara Duterte-Carpio.

Anthony Fajardo 

Fajardo filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running under the political party HOPE.

Kamadhenu Gaa

Fajardo filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently.

Alejo Katigbak 

Katigbak filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently.

Robert Navarro

Katigbak, an Illocos native, filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently.

Ferdinand Jose Pijao, who hails from Ilocos, is 12th to file COC for president. #Halalan2016 (Photo via @dzmmRP45) pic.twitter.com/1JIjB5rJez

— ABS-CBN News Channel (@ANCALERTS) October 12, 2015

Ferdinand Jose Pijao 

Pijao filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently.

Danilo Roble

Roble filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently. In his speech, he shares that he is against violence and places importance on love.

— CNN Philippines (@cnnphilippines) October 8, 2021

Cornelio Seno

Seno filed for his COC for presidency today and will be running independently.

Ma. Antonia Aquino 

Last Thursday, Aquino (no relation to the political Aquino clan) filed for candidacy. In her speech at the Garden Tent in Sofitel after making her political bid official, she says a conversation with God solidified her decision. “Two nights ago, ako po ay kinausap ni Yahweh Elohim, sinabi po niya sa akin: pursue, overtake them, and recover all,” Aquino said. (Two nights ago, Yahweh Elohim talked to me, then told me: pursue, overtake them, and recover all.) “I stand here not by any other party. My handler is the living God and the Holy Spirit,” she continued

Salic Arap

Arap filed for his COC for presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

Salic Arap is an independent seeking the presidential seat in #Eleksyon2022. @gmanews pic.twitter.com/aqWyXN94D2

— Tina PanganibanPerez (@tinapperez) October 7, 2021

Rodulfo Basadre Jr.

Basadre filed for his COC for presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

Rolly Casino

Casino filed for his COC for presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 7: Rolly “Ogie Law-Law” Casino files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/iczpIz2BwH

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 7, 2021

Rodel de Vera 

Rodel “Romel” De Vera filed for his COC for presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 7: Rodel “Romel” De Vera files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/sMSeE0V7k4

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 7, 2021

Ephraim Defino 

Defino, also filed to run for senate in 2015, filed for a COC to run for president in the 2022 elections. The Sultan Kudarat native will be running independently.

Ephraim Defiño says he has 4 coffee plantations so he’s financially capable of a nationwide campaign @halili_maricel pic.twitter.com/pgy3VCvp5F

— News5 (@News5PH) November 3, 2015

Alexander Encarnacion

The electrician and independent presidential candidate was the first to file for a COC yesterday.

LOOK: Alexander Encarnacion, an electrician, is first to file candidacy for president at the Sofitel Tent today, Oct. 7. He is an independent candidate. | via @iamjelsantos pic.twitter.com/LnZyTJ8urD

— Manila Bulletin News (@manilabulletin) October 7, 2021

Corina Joyce Felix

Felix filed for her COC for presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 7: Corina Joyce “Ceejae” Felix files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/PfT6ncFhXm

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 7, 2021

Nancy Megio

Megio filed for her COC for presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 7: Nancy “Nancy” Megio files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/ULblSU4fBq

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 7, 2021

Domingo Mejia

In his speech after filing for a COC yesterday, the presidential aspirant said that God told him to be the next head of the Philippines. Mejia added that if he ran for vice president, he would merely be a “display.” And so he thinks running for president is “perfect.”

Jose Romel Murio 

Murio filed for his COC for presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 7: Jose Romel “Datu Kasaligan” Murio files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/PLTCNS2R0I

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 7, 2021

Juan Juan Ollesca 

Ollesca filed for his COC for presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 7: Juan Juan “Don Juan” Ollesca files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/HAKTgBAQrq

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 7, 2021

Mara Leonor “Leni” Robredo

The country’s current vice president and former representative of Camarines Sur filed for COC yesterday. Robredo, an independent candidate, has the highest audit ratings for budget transparency spent on programs and services. 

In Robredo’s speech declaring her presidential bid, she said in Filipino, “today, I stand with full resolve: We must free ourselves from the current situation. I will fight. We will fight.” 

Toward the end of the speech, she said that she would fight for the Filipino people by putting everything on the line and calling on the country to join her in advancing into a more just and humane future, where every Filipino has a chance to succeed. 

Jeffrey Roden 

Roden, a writer, filed for president yesterday and will be running independently.

Roosevelt Sta. Maria

Sta. Maria filed for a COC for presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

Antonio Valdes

The certified public accountant filed for candidacy for the presidential post of political party Katipunan ng Demokratikong Pilipino (KDP). In an official statement, Valdes says that KDP is a “party of principle, not convenience; a party of ideas and not personalities. 

Antonio Valdes files his COC for president through an authorized representative. He will run under the banner of Katipunan ng Demokratikong Pilipino. pic.twitter.com/g94YTyddcR

— Dwight De Leon (@newsdwight) October 7, 2021

Ramon Asuelo 

Asuelo filed for a COC for presidency last October 6 and will be running independently. The farmer also filed for presidential candidacy in 2015.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 6: Ramon “Ramon” Asuelo files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/eZid1jjq9G

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 6, 2021

Leogario  “Leody” de Guzman 

The PMI Colleges graduate is the presidential candidate for political party Partido Lakas ng Masa. He currently sits as the chairperson of Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino (solidarity of Filipino Workers. In the 2019 senatorial elections De Guzman placed 38th.  

Rudy Flores 

Flores filed for a COC for presidency last October 6 and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 6: Rudy “Rud” Flores files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/ZVHyW62jIk

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 6, 2021

Edencio Fronda

Fronda filed for a COC for presidency last October 6 and will be running independently.

Norberto Gonzales 

Gonzales filed for a COC to tun for president under the political party Partido Demokratiko Sosyalista ng Pilipinas. In his speech after filing, the former Department of National Defence Secretary describes our current administration as “rotten.”

— Philstar.com (@PhilstarNews) October 6, 2021

Panfilo “Ping” Lacson 

The presidential aspirant for political party Patrido Reporma is currently a senator in the 19th congress. Lacson filed for candidacy last Wednesday and said in his speech, ​​“competence, honesty, courage. These are the qualities of the Lacson-Sotto tandem that aims to bring back the trust of our people to our government.” 

The 73-year-old will be running alongside senator Tito Sotto as the party’s vice president.

Happy Lurbarbio 

Lurbarbio filed for a COC for presidency last October 6 and will be running independently.

Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. 

The son of dictator Ferdinand Marcos filed for candidacy last Wednesday, aspiring to hold his late father’s presidential position from 1965 to 1986. Marcos is running with the political party Partido Federal ng Pilipinas. 

His public service experience includes being a senator from 2010 to2016 and serving as governor of Ilocos Norte prior. 

In a brief speech upon obtaining his COC, Marcos said, “join me in this noblest of causes, and we will succeed.”

Dante Martirez 

Martirez filed his COC for presidency last October 6 under the political party Federal Eastern Maharlika.

Dolores Quirao 

Quirao, a farmer, filed for a COC for presidency last October 6 and will be running independently.

Farmer Dolores Quirao wants to join the presidential race as an independent candidate. @gmanews #Eleksyon2022 pic.twitter.com/quJ1IDjtXp

— Tina PanganibanPerez (@tinapperez) October 6, 2021

Luzviminda Raval

Raval filed for a COC for presidency last October 6 and will be running independently.

Benjamin Rivera

Rivera filed for a COC for presidency last October 6 and will be running independently.

Sahiron Salim 

Salim filed for a COC for presidency last October 6 and will be running independently. In his speech after filing for candidacy he says in Filipino, “trust me with this position. Otherwise, we will drown.”

#Eleksyon2022: Sahiron Salim, gustong maging Presidente ng Pilipinas kaya’t naghain na rin ng kanyang certificate of candidacy. @dzbb pic.twitter.com/70Uin7S33f

— Divine Reyes (@divinereyes) October 6, 2021

Jimmy Torres

Last Wednesday, Torres filed for a presidential candidacy under the political party Kilusang Bagong Lipunan.  KBL was founded in 1978 by former Nacionalista Party leader Ferdinand Marcos.

Jimmy Torres has filed his candidacy for president under the Kilusang Bagong Lipunan, the party founded by former Pres. Ferdinand Marcos. #Eleksyon2022 @gmanews pic.twitter.com/s6kvB5bCOY

— Ian Cruz (@_iancruz) October 6, 2021

Danilo Villanueva

Villanueva filed for a COC for presidency last October 6 and will be running independently. The caloocan native dubbed himself as the “crush ng bayan.”

Arnel David 

David filed for a COC for presidency last October 5 and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 5: Arnel “Nel” David files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/s7H5AnCQjk

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 5, 2021

Leonardo Fernandez 

Fernandez filed for a COC for presidency last October 5 and will be running independently.

Marsden Luyahan 

Luyahan filed for a COC for presidency last October 5 and will be running independently.

Maria Aurora Marcos 

Marcos (no relation to the political Marcos clan) filed for a COC for presidency last October 5 and will be running independently.

— Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) October 5, 2021

Edgar Niez

Niez filed for a COC for presidency last October 5 and will be running independently. In his speech, he says that “with God, nothing is impossible.” Niez adds that God “instructed” him to run as the head of our nation.

— Manila Bulletin News (@manilabulletin) October 5, 2021

Valeriano Nocon III

Nocon, a vlogger, filed for a COC for presidency last October 5 and will be running independently.

Vlogger Valeriano Nocon III filed his COC as an independent presidential aspirant. @gmanews #Eleksyon2022 pic.twitter.com/iIFJLyXbVF

— Tina PanganibanPerez (@tinapperez) October 5, 2021

Sonny Boy Andrade 

Andrade for a COC for presidency last October 4 and will be running independently. According to CNN Philippines, he “bats for the observance of the 1987 constitution.”

Sonny Boy Andrade is the first presidential aspirant to file his today. He bats for the observance of the 1987 Constitution. #TheFilipinoVotes | @laratyan pic.twitter.com/mLXdTSJrgA

— CNN Philippines (@cnnphilippines) October 4, 2021

Delia Aninon

Aninon, a former overseas Filipino worker, filed a COC for presidency last October 4 and will be running independently. In her speech, Aninon says that she wants to make the Philippines more attractive to investors to create more jobs.

OFW Delia Aniñon is a presidential aspirant who will welcome investors to create jobs for those who lost their livelihood during the pandemic. @gmanews #Eleksyon2022 pic.twitter.com/RzzzslRQC2

— Tina PanganibanPerez (@tinapperez) October 4, 2021

Leo Cadion

Candion filed for a COC for presidency last October 4 and will run under the Philippine Green Republican Party. One of Candion’s goals, if granted the post, is to end political dynasties.

Faction a la PDP-Laban? Two members of Philippine Green Republican Party (PGRP) appear to have separately filed COCs for president. Laurencio Jun Yulaga, on Friday, said electrocution could cure COVID-19. Leo Cadion, meanwhile, now says he wants to end dynasties. pic.twitter.com/b6lb4lPYIf

— Dwight De Leon (@newsdwight) October 4, 2021

Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso 

The current Manila City mayor is running under the political party Aksyon Demokratiko. As mayor, which started in 2019, he launched a COVID food security program that provides meals to selected families. 

In his speech after filing for the presidential post last Monday, he encouraged citizens to vote for him and his vice-presidential aspirant running mate Willie Ong. He said in Filipino, “I encourage each and every one of you, do not separate Willie and me. You are tired of fighting. When you vote for the president and then vote for a different vice president, there would be five or six years of feud.”

Winston Kayanan

Kayanan filed for a COC for presidency last October 4 and will be running independently.

Winston Kayanan filed his COC as an independent presidential aspirant. @gmanews #Eleksyon2022 pic.twitter.com/yAzUjiI9HY

— Tina PanganibanPerez (@tinapperez) October 4, 2021

Gabriela Larot

Larot filed for a COC for presidency last October 4 and will be running independently. Larot was the second woman to file for the nation’s head spot last Monday.

Independent candidate Gabriela Larot runs for president | via @mikenavallo pic.twitter.com/P5AeoGAkAD

— ABS-CBN News (@ABSCBNNews) October 4, 2021

Fraisal Mangondato

Mangondato filed for a COC for presidency last October 4 and will be running under the political party Katipunan ng Kamalayang Kayumanggi. He believes that Mindanao’s martial laws should be lifted.

JUST IN: Faisal Mangondato and Carlos Serapio, candidates running under KKK, respectively file their COCs for president and vice president. | via @Franciscaigaa_ pic.twitter.com/DAgEtTroZG

— The GUIDON (@TheGUIDON) October 4, 2021

Maria Mercedes Pesigan

Pesigan filed for a COC for presidency last October 4 and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 4: Maria Mercedes Remedios “Detdet” Pesigan files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/FZiw4pSDJD

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 4, 2021

Melchor Puno

Puno filed for a COC for presidency last October 4 and will be running independently.

Alfredo Respuesto

Respuesto filed for a COC for presidency last October 4 and will be running independently. He says that his goal is to push for higher salaries for workers.

— Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) October 4, 2021

Janita Trocenio

Trocenio, an engineer, filed for a COC for presidency last October 4 and will be running independently. She ends her speech by singing the worship song “Here I Am Lord.” 

Renato Jose Valera

Valera filed for a COC for presidency last October 4 and will be running independently.

Independent presidential aspirant Renato Jose Valera files his certificate of candidacy. He says he will bring back government to the people by pushing for a plebiscite on constitutional amendments. #TheFilipinoVotes | @gleefjalea pic.twitter.com/BSFtfB1pKI

— CNN Philippines (@cnnphilippines) October 4, 2021

Tiburcio Marcos

Marcos (also no relation to the political clan) filed for a COC for presidency last October 3 and will be running independently.

Tiburcio Marcos, a presidential aspirant, files his certificate of candidacy through a representative.#Halalan2022 | via @InaReformina pic.twitter.com/UX23EuCU2J

— ABS-CBN News (@ABSCBNNews) October 3, 2021

Victoriano Inte

Inte filed for a COC for presidency last October 2 and will be running independently. The Pasay barangay staff member says he will claim our rights to the West-Philippine Sea and punish the Marcoses for their rigging elections and ill-gotten wealth.

WATCH: Victoriano Inte, a barangay staff from Pasay City, says he would enforce the law against the Marcoses if he wins as president. #COCFiling #PHVote #WeDecide pic.twitter.com/U6RJasmesw

— Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) October 2, 2021

Dave Aguila 

Aguila, a fitness coach, filed for a COC for presidency last October 1 and will be running independently.

Dave Aguila, a fitness coach who has been personally aspiring for 12 years, will run for the Presidency #PHVote pic.twitter.com/O8TqdVWKp0

— Help Local Progressives: tinyurl.com/AbutinNatin (@KuyaErjann) October 1, 2021

Jose Monetemayor

Montemayor, a cardiologist, filed for a COC for presidency last October 1 and will be running under the political party Democratic Party of the Philippines.

— Inquirer (@inquirerdotnet) October 1, 2021

Leysander “Ley” Ordens

Ordens filed for a COC for presidency last October 1 and will be running independently.

Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao

The recently retired pro boxer filed for his presidential candidacy last October 1 and will be running under the political party PROMDI. Pacquiao, a General Santos native, currently holds a position as a senator.

Emundo Rubi 

Rubi filed for a COC for presidency last October 1 and will be running independently. If granted the post, he says he wants to provide Filipinos with P5,000 a month from the government.

Edmundo Rubi, a Marcos fan, files COC for president. He says he can make a difference “to lead the country to prosperity.” He wants all Filipinos to receive P5,000 a month. pic.twitter.com/nakteLFS9I

— Dwight De Leon (@newsdwight) October 1, 2021

Laurencio “Jun” Yulga

Yulga filed for a COC for presidency last October 1 and will be running under the political party Philippine Green Republican Party.

Vice Presidential Candidates

Wilson Amad 

Amad filed a COC for vice presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 7: Juan Juan “Don Juan” Ollesca files COC for President, Independent pic.twitter.com/HAKTgBAQrq

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 7, 2021

Aeric Bernardino

Bernardino filed a COC for vice presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 7: Aeric “Eric” Bernardino files COC for Vice President, Independent pic.twitter.com/kKIbYqAkqA

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 7, 2021

Nathaniel Jayoma

Jayoma filed a COC for vice presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 7: Nathaniel “Taniel” Jayoma files COC for Vice President, Independent pic.twitter.com/62Ej3rvfEe

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 7, 2021

Ferdinand Laguindino

Laguindo filed a COC for vice presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

Bienvenido Lorque

Lorque filed a COC for vice presidency yesterday and will be running under the political party Katipunan ng Demokratikong Pilipino.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 7: Jose Manuel Tadeo “Chel” Diokno files COC for Senator, Katipunan ng Nagkakaisang Pilipino (KANP) pic.twitter.com/5zK4xAwDNj

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 7, 2021

Lourdes Tolentino

Tolentino filed a COC for vice presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

Leonardo Verceles Jr.

Verceles filed a COC for vice presidency yesterday and will be running independently.

Vicente “Tito” Soto III  

Sotto filed a COC for the vice presidency last October 6 and will be running under the political party Nationalist People’s Coalition. Sotto filed for the position a week after receiving the top spot on Pulse Asia’s survey of potential vice presidents for the 2022 elections. The results prompted him to vow to “work harder.”

VP aspirant Sen. Tito Sotto on tandem with Lacson: We have been turning legislation after legislation. There is much to be desired on how it has to be executed. If we hold the reins of the executive department, we would be able to execute it well. pic.twitter.com/PvOTGZJqFu

— CNN Philippines (@cnnphilippines) October 6, 2021

Melodino Villanueva

Villanueva filed a COC for vice presidency last October 5 and will be running independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 5: Melodino “Dino” Villanueva files COC for Vice President, Independent pic.twitter.com/0yhIG9DfXD

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 5, 2021

Princess Sunshine Amirah Magdangal 

Magdangal filed a COC for vice presidency last October 4 and will run under the Philippine Green Republican Party. Magdangal will be running alongside the party’s presidential candidate, Leo Cadion.

— Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) October 4, 2021

Willie Ong 

Under political party Aksyon Demokratiko, the cardiologist will be running alongside presidential candidate Isko Moreno. Ong also runs social media pages with almost 24 million collective followers on Instagram, Youtube, and Facebook. The De La Salle Health Science Institute is known as the “doktor ng bayan” as he shares health and motivational posts on his media platforms.

Carlos Serapio 

Serapio filed a COC for vice presidency last October 4 and will run under the political party Katipunan ng Kamalayang Kayumanggi. Serapio will be running alongside KKK’s presidential candidate Faisal Mangondato.

JUST IN: Faisal Mangondato and Carlos Serapio, candidates running under KKK, respectively file their COCs for president and vice president. | via @Franciscaigaa_ pic.twitter.com/DAgEtTroZG

— The GUIDON (@TheGUIDON) October 4, 2021

Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go

Accompanied by President Duterte, Go filed his COC for vice president under political party PDP-Laban (Cusi Wing) last Saturday. The senator said in a statement, “given that President Rodrigo Duterte decided to withdraw his acceptance of [the nomination], I am here to take on the challenge as PDP-Laban’s Vice Presidential candidate.”

Jose “Lito” Atienza Jr. 

The former mayor of Manila filed a COC for vice presidency last October 1 and will run under the political party PDP-Laban (Pacquiao wing)-Promdi-PCM Alliance. Atienza has stated he has “full trust” in his running mate, senator Manny Pacquiao, and would only prefer the public to vote for him if they were voting for Pacquiao as well.

— Inquirer (@inquirerdotnet) October 6, 2021

Rochelle David

David filed a COC for vice presidency last October 1 and will run independently.

A lady named Rochelle David files candidacy as vice president. She wants her name on the ballot to appear as Rochelle “Medium ng Puti Dwende.” She did not grant an interview but showed a photo of a relative killed reportedly due to Oplan Tokhang. #TheFilipinoVotes | @meltlopez pic.twitter.com/AR4eKebtQY

— CNN Philippines (@cnnphilippines) October 1, 2021

Alexander Lague 

Lague filed a COC for vice presidency last October 1 and will run under the political party Philippine Green Republican Party. Her goal if granted the post is to “stop poverty and eradicate corruption.”

— CNN Philippines (@cnnphilippines) October 1, 2021

Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan

Last October 7, Pangilinan confirmed that he would be running for the second-highest seat in the country. Today, he officially filed his COC. The 58-year-old is presidential candidate Leni Robredo’s running mate and is under the political party LP (Liberal Party).

Currently, he serves as one of the country’s senators. Pangilinan graduated with degrees from the University of the Philippines Diliman and Harvard University.

Rey Anthony Bereber 

Bereber filed a COC for vice presidency today and will run independently.

#COCFiling for the #NLE2022 Day 8: Rey Anthony “Panot” Bereber files COC for Vice President, Independent pic.twitter.com/y1QzRUwAdU

— COMELEC (@COMELEC) October 8, 2021

Arlene Josephine Butay

Butay filed a COC for vice presidency today and will run independently.

#BilangPilipino2022 | An Arlene Josephine Butay files her COC for multiple posts. COMELEC says she submitted documents for vice president and senator. Butay claims she sent her COCs for vice president, president, along with vice governor. pic.twitter.com/61H1dbm5Gb

— ONE News PH (@onenewsph) October 8, 2021

Rizalito David 

David filed a COC for vice presidency today and will run independently.

Rizalito David, who filed a disqualification case in #Halalan2016 vs then Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte (re substitution), files COC for vice-president.#Halalan2022 pic.twitter.com/qu7iJxOWQC

— Ina Reformina (@InaReformina) October 8, 2021

Abdullatief Pumbaya

Pumbaya filed a COC for vice presidency today and will run independently.

Elpidio Rosales Jr.

Rosales filed a COC for vice presidency today and will run with the political party Maharlika People’s Party.

Banner Photo: COC Filing Site Sofitel Manila

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