12 Senators of the Philippines in 2022
COMELEC proclaims 12 Wining Senators on Wednesday May 18, 2022

The Philippines COMELEC announced the 12 senators elected in the 2022 elections on Wednesday at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City, the Philippines. Wikipedia

The Philippine Senate is made up of 24 senators who serve six-year terms and are re-elected every three years.

Here are the Philippines’ 12 New Senators

  1. Jinggoy Estrada

    Jinggoy Estrada

    Jinggoy Estrada makes his return to the Senate in 2022 after previously serving for 2 terms. He is the principal author of the Kasambahay law along with his half-brother JV. He was charged in 2014 with plunder for involvement in the PDAF scam and was arrested for allegedly violating lockdown in 2020.

    Born on February 17, 1963 (age 61), Manila
    Total Votes: 14,966,887
    Political Party: Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino
  2. Risa Hontiveros

    Risa Hontiveros

    Risa Hontiveros, the first Akbayan party-list member to be senator, has authored laws focusing on mental health, healthcare, women, children, and PWDs. She also is the proponent of the SOGIE Equality Bill.

    Born on February 24, 1966 (age 58), Manila
    Total Votes: 15,273,594
    Political Party: Akbayan
  3. JV Ejercito

    JV Ejercito

    Son of former president Joseph Estrada, JV Ejercito has served one SEnate term from 2013 to 2019 and as the representative of San Juan from 2010 to 2013. He is the principal author of the Kasambahay law along with his half-brother Jinggoy.

    Born on December 26, 1969 (age 54), Manila
    Total Votes: 15,688,993
    Political Party: Nationalist People's Coalition
  4. Joel Villanueva

    Joel Villanueva

    Incumbent senator Joel Villanueva, nicknamed “Tesdaman” has authored laws on education and labor. He was appointed head of TESDA from 2010 to 2015, implementing the agency’s online program.

    Born on August 2, 1975 (age 48), Bocaue
    Total Votes: 18,300,955
    Political Party: Independent
  5. Migz Zubiri

    Migz Zubiri

    Reelectionist Migz Zubiri hails from a political clan in Mindanao. As Senate majority leader since 2018, he has authored 16 laws and voted to extend martial law in Mindanao in 2019.

    Born on April 13, 1969 (age 55), Makati
    Total Votes: 18,582,962
    Political Party: Independent
  6. Alan Peter Cayetano

    Alan Peter Cayetano

    Taguig-Pateros’ first district representative Alan Cayetano was elected House Speaker from 2019 to 2020. During his term, he faced the controversial denial of the ABS-CBN franchise and authored pandemic response laws Bayanihan 1 and 2.

    Born on October 28, 1970 (age 53), Mandaluyong
    Total Votes: 19,079,581
    Political Party: Independent
  7. Mark Villar

    Mark Villar

    Mark Villar is a former Department of Public Works and Highway secretary under the Dueterte administration known for facilitating the ambitious Build, Build, Build program.

    Born on August 14, 1978 (age 45), Las Piñas
    Total Votes: 19,210,280
    Political Party: Nacionalista Party
  8. Chiz Escudero

    Chiz Escudero

    Born to a family of Sorsogon politicians, Chiz Escudero has served in both chambers of Congress. He was a representative for Sorsogon as well as a House minority leader.

    Born on October 10, 1969 (age 54), Manila
    Total Votes: 20,050,377
    Political Party: Nationalist People's Coalition
  9. Sherwin Gatchalian

    Sherwin Gatchalian

    A former mayor of Valenzuela City and incumbent senator, Win Gatchalian authored laws focusing on education and energy.

    Born on April 6, 1974 (age 50), Manila
    Total Votes: 20,376,009
    Political Party: Nationalist People's Coalition
  10. Raffy Tulfo

    Raffy Tulfo

    Raffy Tulfo is a broadcast journalist known for his radio programs Wanted sa Radyo and Idol in Action wherein listeners would call to ask for help resolving concerns such as relationship troubles and social injustices.

    Born on March 12, 1960 (age 64), Davao City
    Total Votes: 23,166,449
    Political Party: Independent
  11. Loren Legarda

    Loren Legarda

    Loren Legarda is a broadcast journalist and environmentalist with over 30 years of experience in Congress. She authored the Climate Change Act and the Unified Student Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education Act.

    Born on January 28, 1960 (age 64), Malabon
    Total Votes: 23,992,761
    Political Party: Nationalist People's Coalition
  12. Robin Padilla

    Robin Padilla

    Robin Padilla is an actor known as the “Bad Boy” of Philippine cinema. Prior to running for senator, he served as a chairperson of the strategic communications arm of the Philippine Army Multi-Sectoral Advisory Board.

    Born on November 23, 1969 (age 54), Daet
    Total Votes: 25,454,562
    Political Party: PDP-Laban

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