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Philippine snap presidential election, 2014
April 28, 2014
Turnout 84.4%
Krisbernal Bongbongmarcos
Nominee Kris Bernal Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
Party Katipunan Magdalo
Home state NCR Ilocos Norte
Popular vote 18,890,444 14,910,679
Percentage 46.1% 41.7%
President before election
Benigno Aquino III
Elected President
Kris Bernal

The Philippine snap presidential elections of 2014 were held on Monday, April 28, 2014.The ruling President of the Philippines, Benigno Aquino III was resigned after the 2014 Philippine revolution by the people want to revise the 1987 Constitution, thus necessitating an election to select the sixteenth President.

After the revolution the Congress elects the acting president Rodrigo Duterte and acting prime minister Miriam Defensor-Santiago would not take part of the snap elections

The Commission of Elections was not implemented the automated election and implemented manual voting system.


Acting president of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte who mayor of Davao City would not take part this elections even his Supporters wants him to bid presidency for the position of Mayor of Davao City. The actress Kris Bernal was not eligible to presidency because she was underage the president shall 40 years old to eligibility to Presidency. Meanwhile, the hundred thousands Bernal Supporters was go to COMELEC to campaign to eligiblitiy of Kris Bernal. The Commisson of Elections was fine to eligible the Bernal's candidacy for the Presidency. Meanwhile, Sen. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. was challenged Kris Bernal for presidency for the legacy of his Father. Meanwhile, Sen. Alan Petter Cayetano, Sen. Chiz Escudero, and Former Vice President Jejomar Binay was intention to take part of this election.
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Kris Bernal


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