Here's What the 2022 Official Ballot Looks Like

10 presidential candidates, nine for VP.
Photo/s: Comelec Handout

The Commission on Elections has released the final design of the ballots  for the May 9 elections, which include the names of the official candidates for president, vice president, senator, and local positions.

The official ballots show that there will be 10 official candidates for president, nine candidates for vice president, and 64 candidates for senator listed at the front page. The names of the candidates for local elections per district are also found at the front page.

At the back page, the names of 177 partylist groups are listed with their corresponding ballot numbers. Slot number 96 was skipped as it was previously assigned to the Malasakit Movement partylist of former MMDA spokesperson Celine Pialago before it was excluded.

Here's what the front page of the 2022 official ballot would look like:

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Here's what the back page of the 2022 official ballot would look like:


A total of 67.4 million official ballots will be printed for the 2022 elections, of which 1.6 million are for overseas voting while 65.7 are for local voting, the Comelec earlier said.

The ballot for overseas voters is 25 inches long while the ballot for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao is the longest at 30 inches. Ballots for the rest of the Philippines were measured to be 26 inches long, it added.

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