Who is running in ARMM | 2016 Elections

(UPDATED) Rappler's list of candidates for local positions in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao

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5:0:0pm October 10, 2015

8:35:18am April 6, 2016

MANILA, Philippines – This page lists the names of politicians who have filed their certificates of candidacy in Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao.

Up for grabs are these positions in the following provinces: 

Lanao del Sur: 2 congressional, 1 gubernatorial, 1 vice gubernatorial, 10 provincial board, 1 city mayoral, 1 city vice mayoral, 10 city council, 39 municipal mayoral, 39 municipal vice mayoral, 312 municipal council, 6 regional legislative assembly 

Maguindanao: 2 congressional, 1 gubernatorial, 1 vice gubernatorial, 10 provincial board, 1 city mayoral, 1 city vice mayoral, 10 city council, 36 municipal mayoral, 36 municipal vice mayoral, 288 municipal council, 6 regional legislative assembly 

Sulu: 2 congressional, 1 gubernatorial, 1 vice gubernatorial, 10 provincial board, 19 municipal mayoral, 19 municipal vice mayoral, 152 municipal council, 6 regional legislative assembly 

Tawi-Tawi: 1 congressional, 1 gubernatorial, 1 vice gubernatorial, 8 provincial board, 11 municipal mayoral, 11 municipal vice mayoral, 88 municipal council, 3 regional legislative assembly 

Basilan: 1 congressional, 1 gubernatorial, 1 vice gubernatorial, 8 provincial board, 2 city mayoral, 2 city vice mayoral, 20 city council, 11 municipal mayoral, 11 municipal vice mayoral, 88 municipal council, 3 regional legislative assembly 

Check out the list of candidates in the following places:

I. Regional Candidates

II. Provincial/City/Municipal Candidates:

1. Basilan

Akbar

Al-Barka

Hadji Mohammad Ajul

Hadji Muhtamad

Isabela City

Lamitan City

Lantawan

Maluso

Sumisip

Tabuan-Lasa

Tipo-Tipo

Tuburan

Ungkaya Pukan

2. Lanao del Sur

Bacolod-Kalawi (Bacolod Grande)

Balabagan

Balindong (Watu)

Bayang

Binidayan

Buadiposo-Buntong

Bubong

Bumbaran

Butig

Calanogas

Ditsaan-Ramain

Ganassi

Kapai

Kapatagan

Lumba-Bayabao (Maguing)

Lumbaca-Unayan

Lumbatan

Lumbayanague

Madalum

Madamba

Maguing

Malabang

Marantao

Marawi City

Marogong

Masiu

Mulondo

Pagayawan (Tatarikan)

Piagapo

Picong (Sultan Gumander)

Poona Bayabao (Gata)

Pualas

Saguiaran

Sultan Dumalondong

Tagoloan

Tamparan

Taraka

Tubaran

Tugaya

Wao

3. Maguindanao

Ampatuan

Barira

Buldon

Buluan

Cotabato City

Datu Abdullah Sangki

Datu Anggal Midtimbang

Datu Blah T. Sinsuat

Datu Hoffer Ampatuan

Datu Odin Sinsuat (Dinaig)

Datu Paglas

Datu Piang

Datu Salibo

Datu Saudi Ampatuan

Datu Unsay

Gen S. K. Pendatun

Guindulungan

Kabuntalan (Tumbao)

Mamasapano

Mangudadatu

Matanog

Northern Kabuntalan

Pagagawan

Pagalungan

Paglat

Pandag

Parang

Rajah Buayan

Shariff Aguak (Maganoy)

Shariff Saydona Mustapha

South Upi

Sultan Kudarat (Nuling)

Sultan Mastura

Sultan Sa Barongis (Lambayong)

Talayan

Talitay

Upi

4. Sulu

Hadji Panglima Tahil (Marunggas)

Indanan

Jolo

Kalingalan Caluang

Lugus

Luuk

Maimbung

Old Panamao

Omar

Pandami

Panglima Estino (New Panamao)

Pangutaran

Parang

Pata

Patikul

Siasi

Talipao

Tapul

Tongkil

5. Tawi-Tawi

Bongao

Languyan

Mapun (Cagayan de Tawi-Tawi)

Panglima Sugala (Balimbing)

Sapa-Sapa

Sibutu

Simunul

Sitangkai

South Ubian

Tandubas

Turtle Islands

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Check the list below for other elective positions:

Who is running for president, vice president

Who is running for senator

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