List of 33 Senatorial candidates and twitter account

Here are the 33 candidates for the Senate position

AKBAYAN
1. Hontiveros, Ana Theresia N. @risahontiveros

ANG KAPATIRAN
1. De Los Reyes, John Carlos G. @jc_delosreyes
2. Llasos, Marwil N. @iluvmarwilop
3. David, Rizalito Y. @LitoYapDavid

DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES
1. Belgica, Greco Antonious Beda B. @greco_belgica
2. Falcone, Baldomero C. @BalFalcone
3. Señeres, Christian M. @Seneres2013

LABAN NG DEMOKRATIKONG PILIPINO (LABAN)
1. Angara, Juan Edgardo M. @sonnyangara

LIBERAL PARTY
1. Aquino, Paolo Benigno IV A. @bamaquino
2. Madrigal, Maria Ana Consuelo A. @TheRealJamby
3. Magsaysay, Ramon Jr., B. @rmagsaysayjr

MAKABAYAN
1. Casiño, Teodoro A. @teddycasino

NACIONALISTA PARTY
1. Cayetano, Alan Peter S. @alanpcayetano
2. Trillanes, Antonio IV F. @TrillanesSonny
3. Villar, Cynthia A. @Cynthia_Villar

NATIONALIST PEOPLES COALITION
1. Enrile, Juan Ponce Jr., C. @jackenrile
2. Legarda, Lorna Regina B. @loren_legarda

PDP- LABAN
1. Pimentel, Aquilino Martin III D. @Koko_Pimentel

SOCIAL JUSTICE SOCIETY
1. Alcantara, Samson S. @SamsonAlcantara

UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE (UNA)
1. Binay, Maria Lourdes Nancy S. @nancybinay
2. Cojuangco, Margarita R. @TingCojuangco
3. Ejercito, Joseph Victor G. @jvejercito
4. Gordon, Richard J. @Aksyon_Gordon
5. Honasan, Gregorio B. @gringo_honasan
6. Maceda, Ernesto M. @SenMaceda
7. Magsaysay, Maria Milagros Esperanza H. @mitosmagsaysay
8. Zubiri, Juan Miguel F. @migzzubiri

INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES
1. Escudero, Francis Joseph G. @saychiz
2. Llamanzares, Mary Grace P. @GracePoe2013
3. Hagedorn, Edward S. @EdwardHagedorn
4. Montaño, Ramon E.
5. Penson, Richard L.


6. Bro Ed Villanueva @Bro_Eddie

Source of names : @chairbrillantes on twitter
Source of twitter names: researched by @momblogger

The 50 candidates declared as nuisance:

1. Abella, Alma L.
2. Ajel, Remelyn T.
3. Baguio, Florentino F.
4. Bantolo, Rosario S.
5. Bernardino, Aeric P.
6. Bula, Leonardo C.
7. Cabrera, Rafael M.
8. Cadag, Victorio Angelo A.
9. Cadion, Leo M.
10. Capular, Elizabeth S.
11. Chavez, Melchor G.
12. Cailing, Patrocino A.
13. Dazo, Catalino A.
14. Dimaya, Arsenio T.
15. Donato, Juanito E.
16. Escosura, Anisio B.
17. Espinosa, Manuel P.
18. Factor, Generoso J.
19. Fernandez, Eduardo Syamasundar-Das P.
20. Galang, Virgilio J.
21. Garay, Roque F.
22. Gorostiza, Byron Adriano D.
23. Handumon, Benjamin S Jr.
24. Insigne, Manuel E.
25. Jolongbayan, Edwin S.
26. LacanLuisongTagean, Salam Ed E Jr.
27. Lagata, Merlito O.
28. Lawag, Victor S.
29. Lope, Wendell H.
30. Magtira, Daniel R.
31. Maluenda, Severo L Jr.
32. Mandap, Elena L.
33. Marcos, Francis Leo A.
34. Ning, Carlito P.
35. Nocon, Valeriano III P.
36. Nueva, Norma C
37. Pancho, Wenceslao P Jr.
38. Po, Manuel A.
39. Rirao, Marlon G.
40. Rojas, Erickson Eli Felix B.
41. Salangsang, Pepito S.
42. Santosidad, Rebecca C.
43. Soriano, Cosme Omie P.
44. Suerte, Orlando G.
45. Sulibit, Nonato M.
46. Sy, Johnny Chris H.
47. Talag, Alfonso E Jr.
48. Tomol, Rogelio C.
49. Villamor, Ulyn E.
50. Wood, Victor N.

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