List of political families in the Philippines

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The following is a list of the most notable political families of the Philippines, each with the areas in which their influence was/is strong. Names in bold indicate the individual was/is a president of the Philippines.

The Philippine political arena is mainly arranged and operated by families or alliances of families, rather than organized around the voting for political parties.


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Family name From Family members
Abad Batanes
  • Jorge Abad[1] – Congressman from Batanes (1949–1957, 1962–1965, 1969–1972)
    • Aurora Barsana-Abad,[1] wife of Jorge Abad – Congressman from Batanes (1965–1969)
    • Florencio Abad,[1] son of Jorge Abad – Cabinet Secretary of the Philippines (1989–1990, 2004–2005, 2010–2016), Congressman from Batanes (1987–1989, 1995–2004)
    • Dina Abad,[1] wife of Florencio Abad – Congresswoman from Batanes (2004–2007, 2010–2017)
Abalos Mandaluyong
Abaya Cavite
Acosta Bukidnon
Afable Zambales
  • Valentin Afable
  • Virgilio Afable – Congressman of the lone district of Zambales (5th Congress 1961–1965)
Aguilar(-Villar) Las Piñas and Muntinlupa
Albano Isabela
  • Delfin Albano:[5] representative, Lone District of Isabela (1957–1965)
    • Delfinito C. Albano;[5] son of Delfin Albano; mayor, Ilagan, Isabela (2001–2007)
    • Rodolfo Albano Jr.:[5] son of Delfin Albano; vice governor, Isabela (1960–1964); representative, lone district of Isabela (1969–1973, 1978–1986); representative, 1st district, Isabela (1987–1998, 2001–2004, 2010–2013); chairperson, Energy Regulatory Commission
      • Rodolfo Albano III;[5] son of Rodolfo Albano Jr.; representative, 1st District of Isabela (1998–2001, 2004–2010); vice governor of Isabela (2010–2013)
      • Mila Albano-Mamuag;[5] daughter of Rodolfo Albano Jr.; mayor, Cabagan, Isabela (2001–2004)
      • Rene T. Albano Jr.:[5] cousin of Rodolfo Albano III; vice mayor, Cabagan, Isabela (2004–2007)
      • Antonio Albano; vice governor of Isabela (2013–present)
Alcala Quezon
  • Anacleto Alcala Sr.: former governor of Quezon Province, uncle of Proceso Alcala, grandfather of Anacleto Alcala III
    • Anacleto Alcala III: grandson of Anacleto Alcala Sr., councilor Lucena City (2013–present)
    • Proceso Alcala:[6] nephew of Anacleto Alcala Sr., representative, 2nd District, Quezon (2004–2010), current DA Secretary (2010–present)
      • Irvin M. Alcala: son of Proceso Alcala; representative, 2nd District, Quezon (2010–2013)
    • Vicente J. Alcala:[6] brother of Proceso Alcala; vice governor, Quezon (2010–2013), Congressman, 2nd District of Quezon (2013–present) and provincial board member, Quezon (2001–2010)
    • Hermilando Alcala Jr.: brother of Proceso and Vicente Alcala; Punong Barangay, Cotta, Lucena City (–present)
      • Roderick A. Alcala:[6] nephew of Proceso Alcala; mayor, Lucena City (2012–present) councilor, Lucena City (1998–2001); vice mayor, Lucena City (2001–2007 and 2010–2012)
Alfelor Camarines Sur and Bulacan
  • Felix O. Alfelor, Sr.:[7] mayor, Iriga City; governor, Camarines Sur
    • Felix Alfelor, Jr.:[7] son of Felix Sr.; representative, 4th District, Camarines Sur (2001–2010)
      • Madelaine A. Gazmen:[7] niece of Felix Jr.; provincial board member, Camarines Sur (2001–2004); mayor, Iriga City (2004–2013, 2016–present)
    • Ciriaco Alfelor:[7] son of Felix Sr.; representative, 4th district, Camarines Sur (1987–1998)
    • Emmanuel R. Alfelor:[7] son of Felix Sr.; mayor, Iriga City (1995–2004)
    • Ronald Felix Alfelor – mayor, Iriga City (2013–2016)
Almario Davao Oriental
  • Manuel Zosa:[8] representative, 6th district, Cebu (1949–1972)
    • Thelma Z. Almario:[8] niece of Manuel; mayor, Mati (1967–1977); representative, 2nd district, Davao Oriental (1987–1998); vice governor, Davao Oriental (2001–2004)
      • Jose Mayo Almario:[8] son of Thelma; representative, 2nd district, Davao Oriental (1998–2007)
Almendras Davao
  • Alejandro Almendras: Davao governor (1951–1958), senator (1959–1972), assemblyman (1978–1984)
    • Alexis Almendras: Davao City councilor (1981–1986, 1988–1992, 2001–2004), mayor of Sta. Cruz (incumbent)
    • Al Almendras: Davao del Sur provincial board member
Alonto Lanao del Sur and Lanao del Norte
  • Alonto family
    • Sultan Alauya Adiong Alonto, first Muslim senator, and signatory to the 1935 Constitution
      • Ahmad Domocao Alonto, governor, Congressmen, senator 1958–1961 (Son)
      • Abdul Ghaffur Alonto, governor and ambassador, Lanao del Sur, 1960–1964,1964–1967 (Son[9])
      • Princess Tarhata Alonto-Lucman, governor, Lanao del Sur 1970–1974, OIC 1987–1988 (Daughter)
      • Abul Khayr Alonto, Speaker, ARMM (grandson)
      • Normala Alonto Lucman, vice governor, (granddaughter) Lanao del Sur
      • Mamintal Alonto Adiong Jr., governor, Lanao del Sur (great-grandson) – present
      • Ansaruddin Alonto Adiong, assembly and regional governor, ARMM (great-grandson)
      • Ricky Alonto Mamainte, mayor Bayang (great-grandson)
      • Zia Alonto Adiong, assemblyman 1st District Lanao del sur, ARMM (great-grandson) present
      • Yasser Alonto Balindong, assemblyman 2nd District Lanao del Sur, ARMM (great-grandson) present
      • Alexander G. Alonto, Jr, 1st District board member, (great-grandson) present
      • Abdulrashid Alonto Balindong, board member Liga ng Barangay, Lanao del Sur (great-grandson) present
      • Amer Gary Alonto Balindong-II vice mayor and OIC mayor of Malabang (great-grandson)
      • Haroun Al-Rashid Alonto Lucman, Regional vice-governor-ARMM (grandson)
      • Abdul Mikhail Alonto B Balindong (great-grandson)
    • Datu Birua Alonto, mayor, Marawi City, 1938 (brother)
    • Rashid Lucman, Congressman, (brother-in-law)
    • Mamintal Adiong, Congressman and governor, Lanao del Sur (nephew)
    • Pangalian M. Balindong, 1971 ConCon Delegate and RLA Speaker, Congressman Deputy Speaker 2nd District (son-in-law) – present
    • Jamal Alonto, mayor, Bubong (nephew)
Alvarez Davao del Norte, Zamboanga City
Amatong Zamboanga del Norte, Davao de Oro
Ampatuan[10] Maguindanao
  • Datu Andal "Datu Aguak" S. Ampatuan V – mayor of Datu Unsay, Maguindanao
  • Marop B. Ampatuan – mayor of Shariff Aguak
  • Akmad A. Ampatuan Jr. – mayor of Mamasapano
  • Tahirodin Benzar A. Ampatuan – vice mayor of Mamasapano
  • Bongbong Ampatuan – Datu Hoffer Ampatuan
Angara Aurora
Antonino Nueva Ecija, La Union and General Santos
  • Gaudencio Antonino – senator of the Philippines (1961–1967)
    • Magnolia Antonino – former Congresswoman of the First district of La Union (1965–1967), senator of the Philippines (1967–1972)
    • Darlene Antonino-Custodio – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from South Cotabato's First District (2001–2010), mayor of General Santos City (2010–2013)
    • Rodolfo Antonino – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Nueva Ecija's Fourth District (2004–2013)
    • Magnolia Antonino Nadres – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Nueva Ecija's Fourth District (2013–2019)
Aquino Agusan del Norte
  • Jose C. Aquino Sr. – governor 1964–1966, Congressman 1967–1969
    • Jose "Joboy" Aquino II – incumbent representative Caraga (2007–2013), incumbent vice mayor of Butuan (2016–present)
Aquino Sorsogon
  • Rafael C. Aquino Sr. – Congressman 7th Congress (1969–1972)
    • Rodolfo N. Aquino – 3-term board member 1st District
    • Rebecca L. Aquino – current board member 1st District
Aquino Tarlac
Arroyo Camarines Sur, Negros Occidental and Pampanga
Arroyo Camarines Sur
    • Joker Arroyo: senator (2001–2013)
    • Jack Arroyo:[14] brother of Joker; governor, Camarines Sur (1950s)
Asistio Caloocan
    • Cornelio Roxas Cordero :mayor (1941–1944)
    • Macario Asistio, Sr: mayor (1952–1972)
      • Macario "Boy" Asistio Jr. – mayor (1980–1995)
      • Luis "Baby" Asistio – representative, 2nd District of Caloocan (1992–2001, 2004–2007)
        • Macario "Maca" Asistio III – councilor, 2nd District of Caloocan (2004–2013), vice mayor (2013–present)
      • Aurora Asistio-Henson – representative, 1st District of Caloocan (1992–1997)
        • Onet Asistio-Henson – Punong Barangay (2007–2013), 1st District councilor of Caloocan (2013–present)
    • Alejandro Asistio Fider: mayor (1976–1978)
    • Albert Asistio-Munoz: former presidential advisor
    • Dean Asistio: – councilor, 1st District of Caloocan (2013–present)
    • Keanu Asistio: – Barangay councilor, Barangay 175 Caloocan (2018–present)
Atienza Manila

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Family name From Family members
Bagatsing Manila and Muntinlupa
  • Ramon Bagatsing – representative, 3rd District of Manila (1957–1965; 1969–1972) and mayor of Manila (1972–1986)
    • Amado Bagatsing – representative, 5th District of Manila; son
      • Don Juan Bagatsing – councilor, 4th District of Manila
    • Ramon Bagatsing, Jr. – representative, 4th District of Manila (1987–1998); son
      • Don Ramon Bagatsing – councilor, 4th District of Manila (1998–2004)
      • Roberto "Robbie" Bagatsing Oca – former councilor, 3rd District of Manila; nephew of Amado and Ramon Bagatsing, Jr.
      • Ryan Bagatsing – councilor of Muntinlupa (2001–2010); nephew of Amado and Ramon Bagatsing, Jr.
Balindong Lanao del Sur Sultan Amer Macaorao Balindong – mayor of Malabang, Lanao del Sur (1953–1971)
  • Atty. Ali Pangalian M. Balindong – Representative, 2nd district of Lanao del Sur (1995–1998; 2007–2010, 2010–2013, 2013–2016)
    • Yasser Alonto Balindong – assemblyman, 2nd district of Lanao del Sur (2004–2007, 2007–2010, 2010–2013, 2013–2016)
    • Abdul Rashid Alonto Balindong – board member, ABC Federation President (2018–present)
    • Amer Alonto Balindong – mayor of Malabang
  • Anwar Biruar M. Balindong – mayor of Malabang
    • Omensalam S. Balindong – mayor of Malabang ( 2013–2016, 2016–present)
    • Amir Oden S. Balindong – board member, 2nd district of Lanao del Sur (2010–2013, 2013–2016)
    • Raizoli S. Balindong – vice mayor of Malabang ( 2017–present)
    • Elaine S. Balindong – Brgy. chairman of Malabang
    • Arif S. Balindong – Brgy. chairman of Malabang
    • Amir Ali S. Balindong – Brgy. chairman of Malabang
  • Alinader Dagar M. Balindong – mayor of Picong (Sultan Gumandar) (1995 – present)
    • Mesron Dimaporo Balindong – vice mayor of Picong (Sultan Gumandar)
  • Atty. Lomala Balindong – assemblyman, 2nd district of Lanao del Sur
  • Aleem Abdullah Balindong – Board Member, 2nd district of Lanao del Sur
  • Sonairah Balindong Macandog – Brgy. chairman of Picong
  • Abdul Harris Balindong Macacua – Board Member, 2nd district of Lanao del Sur.
  • Nassif Balindong Marohom – councilor, Malabang (2013–2016, 2016–present)
  • Waled Balindong Marohom – Brgy. chairman, Malabang
  • Norodin Balindong Marohom – Brgy. chairman, Malabang
  • Rohanna Balindong Marohom – Brgy. chairman, Malabang
  • Junairah Cariga Balindong – councilor, Malabang
  • Mansawi Bayabao Balindong – councilor, Picong (Sultan Gumandar)
  • Bobby Balindong Cariga – councilor, Picong (Sultan Gumandar)
  • Ibrahim Balindong Cariga – councilor, Picong (Sultan Gumandar)
Balingsat Ilocos Sur
  • Juanito Balingsat – mayor, Galimuyod, 2016–present
    • Jessie Balingsat – son of Juanito;[15] mayor, Galimuyod, 2013–2016
      • Maricel Balingsat – municipal councilor, 2016–present
Bangoy Davao City
Baraguir Maguindanao
Barzaga Cavite
  • Francisco Barzaga – Municipal President, (1900, 1922–1924)
    • Elpidio "Pidi" Barzaga – representative, 4th District of Cavite (2010–present) and 2nd District of Cavite (2007–2012) and mayor, Municipality of Dasmariñas (1998–2007, since 2016)
      • Jennifer "Jenny" Austria-Barzaga: wife of Elipidio; mayor, City of Dasmariñas (2009–2016) and Municipality of Dasmariñas (2007–2009)
Belmonte Quezon City
  • Feliciano "Sonny" Belmonte Jr.Speaker of the House of Representatives, representative of the 4th District and mayor (2001–2010)
    • Josefina "Joy" Belmonte – mayor, vice mayor; daughter of Sonny Belmonte[19]
      • Miguel Belmonte – councilor, 2nd District
    • Dennis Belmonte – brother of Sonny Belmonte[19]
      • Christopher "Kit" Belmonte – representative, 6th District; son of Sonny Belmonte's brother Dennis[19]
    • Reicardo Belmonte – brother of Sonny Belmonte[19]
      • Ricardo "RJ" Belmonte – councilor, 1st District; son of Sonny Belmonte's brother Reicardo[19]
      • Oliver Belmonte – councilor, 1st District
    • Eric Belmonte – brother of Sonny Belmonte[19]
      • Vincent Belmonte – councilor, 4th District; son of Sonny Belmonte's brother Eric[19]
      • Irene Belmonte – councilor, 4th District
Bernabe Parañaque
  • Florencio Bernabe Sr. – mayor, Municipality of Parañaque (1965–1986); father
    • Florencio Bernabe Jr. –[20] mayor, Parañaque City (2004–2013)
      • Florencio Bernabe III –[20] son of Florencio Jr.; councilor, Parañaque City (2010–2013)
Biazon Muntinlupa
  • Rodolfo Biazon: senator (1992–1995; 1998–2010); representative, lone district, Muntinlupa (2010–present)
Bichara Albay
  • Alfonso Bichara – former governor of Albay
    • Al Francis Bichara – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Albay's 2nd District (2007–present), former governor of Albay (1995–2004), member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Albay's 3rd District (1992–1995), former mayor of Ligao (1986–1992)
Binay Makati
  • Jejomar Binay – vice president of the Philippines (2010–2016), former mayor of Makati (1986–1987, 1988–1998, 2001–2010)
Biron Iloilo
  • Hernan Biron, Sr. – mayor, Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo (present)
    • Ferjinel G. Biron – former Congressman, 4th District of Iloilo
    • Hernan Biron, Jr. – Congressman, 4th District of Iloilo (2013–present)
Buencamino San Miguel, Bulacan
  • Juan Buencamino – former Alcalde of San Miguel, Bulacan
  • Felipe Buencamino – lawyer, Cabinet Member of First Philippine Republic, founder of Iglesia Filipina Independiente
  • Francisco D.V. Buencamino – former vice mayor of San Miguel, Bulacan, former Board Member 3rd District, Bulacan
  • Judge Felipe V. Buencamino – former mayor of San Miguel, Bulacan
  • Pop Buencamino – former mayor of San Miguel, Bulacan
Buguina San Mariano, Isabela
  • Elmer Buguina – former councillor of San Mariano, Isabela
  • Edison Buguina – councillor of San Mariano, Isabela
Bulut Apayao
  • Elias Kirtug Bulut Sr. – mayor of Calanasan (2010–present), former provincial governor of Apayao (2001–2010), former Congressman of Lone District of Apayao (1998–2001), former Congressman of Legislative District of Kalinga-Apayao (1992–1995, 1995–1998), former mayor of Calanasan (1981–1992)
    • Elias "Butzy" Bulut, Jr. – son of Elias K. Bulut Sr.; provincial governor of Apayao (2010–present), former Congressman of Lone District of Apayao (2001–2010), former mayor of Calanasan (1998–2001), former vice mayor of Calanasan (1995–1998)
    • Eleanor "Leah" Bulut-Begtang – daughter of Elias K. Bulut Sr.; Congressman of Lone District of Apayao (2010–present), former mayor of Calanasan (2001–2010)
    • Shamir Bulut – son of Elias K. Bulut Sr.; municipal councilor of Calanasan (2013–present)
    • Shirley "Galang" Kirtug-Romero – niece of Elias K. Bulut Sr.; provincial board member of Apayao 1st District (2013–present), former municipal councilor of Calanasan (2010–2013)

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Family name From Family members
Cadiao Antique
  • Josue Lacson Cadiao – provincial governor (1955–1963), also served as Commissioner of the Civil Service Commission, and a Commissioner of the Philippine Sugar Commission (PHILSUCOM) during the Marcos Administration. A forebear from his maternal (Lacson) side is Don Roman Alojado, who was capitan municipal (1895–1898) of Culasi, Antique.[22][23][24][25][26]
    • Lolita Javier Cadiao – served as vice-governor of Antique Province during the Marcos Administration, wife of Josue Lacson Cadiao.[22]
      • Rhodora Javier Cadiao – current provincial governor of Antique; also served as vice-governor of Antique Province prior to becoming governor, daughter of former governor Josue Lacson Cadiao and former vice-governor Lolita Javier Cadiao.[27][28][circular reference][22][25]
      • Linda Cadiao Palacios – served as mayor of Culasi, Antique (1998–2001), daughter of Josue Lacson Cadiao and Lolita Javier Cadiao.[22][25]
  • Flaviano Cadiao Mosquera – served as mayor of Culasi, Antique (1967–1980); also served as provincial board member (1992–1998), nephew of Josue Lacson Cadiao; his mother, Jovita Lacson Cadiao vda de Mosquera, is the older sister of Josue Lacson Cadiao. A forebear on his paternal (Mosquera) side is Don Enrique Salvani, mayor (c. 1898) of Patnongon, Antique, and later governor of Antique Province (1922–1931); and earlier, Don Ramon Manzanilla, gobernadorcillo (c. 1887) of Patnongon, Antique.[22][23][25]
    • Ediviano Lomugdang Mosquera – served as vice mayor of Culasi, Antique (2004–2010); also served as town councilor prior to becoming vice mayor, son of Flaviano Cadiao Mosquera[22][25]
      • April Deevian Bucoy Mosquera – served as municipal councilor of Culasi, Antique (2010–2013), daughter of Ediviano Lomugdang Mosquera[29][30]
Cailles Laguna
  • Juan Cailles – former governor-general of Laguna (1901–1910, 1916–1925, 1931–1937); member of Philippine Legislature (1925–1931)
  • Isidoro K. Cailles – former mayor of Calamba, Laguna (1904–1907) (brother of Juan Cailles)
    • Isidoro Cailles – former municipal councilor of Pakil (1998–2007, 2010–2016); Barangay Captain (youngest son of Juan Cailles)
  • Ruth Mariano-Hernandez – wife of Laguna governor Ramil Hernandez; Congresswoman Laguna's Second District (2019–present); senior board member of Laguna (2016–2019); former Calamba city councilor (1998–2007, 2010–2016)
  • Gigi Alcasid – Calamba city councilor (2013–present)
  • Rolando Cailles – Barangay Captain of Baclaran (2013–2016)
  • Rolando Cailles Jr. Barangay Captain of Baclaran (2016–2019)
Calalay Quezon City
  • Rey Calalay – former Congressman, 1st District of Quezon City (1995–2003)
    • Boy Calalay – Congressman, 1st District of Quezon City (2013–2016), councilor, 1st District of Quezon City (2004–2013)
      • TJ Calalay – councilor, 1st District of Quezon City (2019–)
Calixto Pasay
  • Eduardo Calixto – Officer-in-charge mayor (1986–1987)
    • Antonino Calixto –Representative, Lone District of Pasay (2019–present), mayor of Pasay (2010–2019), vice mayor (2001–2010), councilor (1992–2001); son
    • Mark Calixto – councilor, 1st District of Pasay (2016–present)
    • Joey Calixto-Isidro – councilor, 2nd District of Pasay (2016–present)
    • Imelda Calixto-Rubiano – mayor of Pasay (2019–present), Representative, Lone District of Pasay (2010–2019), councilor, 2nd District of Pasay (1998–2004, 2007–2010); daughter
Carios Camarines Sur

Wilfredo Curioso Carios Sr. – Brgy. captain (1960–1972) Fernando 'ting' Carios – board member 2nd District of Camarines Sur (1998–2000) Son

Wilfredo Carios Jr – ABC president (1998–2000); son

Marissa Carios-Selirio – SK chairwoman; daughter

Wilma Carios – municipal councilor (2004–present); daughter

Castelo Quezon City
  • Winston Castelo – councilor, 2nd District of Quezon City (1995–2004, 2019–present), Congressman, 2nd District of Quezon City (2010–2019)
    • Precious Hipolito-Castelo – Congresswoman, 2nd District of Quezon City (2019–present), councilor, 2nd District of Quezon City (2010–2019)
    • Nanette Castelo-Daza – former Congresswoman, 4th District of Quezon City (2001–2010)
    • Jessica Castelo-Daza – councilor, 4th District of Quezon City (2010–2016)
    • Karl Edgar Castelo – councilor, 5th District of Quezon City (2013–present)
    • Bobby Castelo – councilor, 6th District of Quezon City (2013–present)
Castillejos Batanes, La Union
  • Teofilo Castillejos – representative (1909–1912)
    • Juan G. Castillejos – representative (1916–1919)
    • Claudio Castillejos – representative (1909–1912)
    • Telesforo Castillejos – former governor of Batanes (1988–1998, 2007–2010)
  • Epifanio B. Castillejos – mayor of Caba La Union (1960–1965), Congressman 2nd District of La Union (1965–1969), director of Bureau of Commerce (1970–1978), director of Bureau of Domestic Trade (1978–1985) Undersecretary of Trade (1985–1986)
    • Edgar P. Castillejos – son of Epifanio B. Castillejos – mayor of Caba, La Union (1980–1986)
Cayetano Muntinlupa, Pateros and Taguig
Cerilles Zamboanga del Sur
    • Aurora E. Cerilles – Congresswoman District 1 (2010 to present), former provincial governor
    • Antonio Cerilles – provincial governor (2010 to present), former congressman district II
      • Ace William Cerilles – mun. mayor (2007 to present), Dumalinao, Zamboanga del Sur
Chiongbian Sarangani and South Cotabato
    • James L. Chiongbian – Congressman of South Cotabato, First Congressman of Sarangani
    • Priscilla L. Chiongbian – wife of James L. Chiongbian, first governor of Sarangani
      • Erwin L. Chiongbian – son of James L. Chiongbian and Priscilla L. Chiongbian; Congressman of Sarangani (2004–2010)
      • Bridget Chiongbian-Huang – daughter of Erwin L. Chiongbian; vice governor of Sarangani (2004–2007)Steve Chiongbian Solon – grandson of James L. Chiongbian and Priscilla L. Chiongbian; vice-governor of Sarangani (2007–2013), governor of Sarangani (2013–present)
Chipeco Laguna
    • Dominador F. Chipeco, Sr; governor of Laguna (1949–1961)
    • Joaquin Chipeco, Sr.; Congressman of Laguna (1961–1965)
      • Joaquin Chipeco Jr.; Congressman, Lone district of Calamba (2019–present), L Congressman Laguna's Second District (1987–1992, 1995–2004, 2013–2019); mayor, Calamba City (2004–2013)
        • Justin Marc Chipeco; son of Joaquin Jr; Congressman of Laguna's Second District (2004–2013); mayor, Calamba City (2013–present)
    • Victoriano Chipeco – mayor, Calamba (1987–1998)
    • Rene Chipeco – provincial board member, Laguna (1987–1992)
Climaco Zamboanga City
  • Cesar Climaco – Mambabatas Pambansa (Assemblyman) from Zamboanga City (1984), mayor of Zamboanga City (1953–1954, 1956–1961, 1980–1984)
    • Julio Cesar Climaco – mayor of Zamboanga City (1986–1987)
    • Maria Isabelle Climaco Salazar – vice mayor of Zamboanga City (2004–2007), member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Zamboanga City's First District (2007–2013), mayor of Zamboanga City (2013–present)
Codilla Leyte
  • Eufrocino Codilla Sr. – mayor of Ormoc City (1992–2001), Congressman of Leyte's 4th District (2001–2010)
    • Eric Codilla – mayor of Ormoc City (2004–2013)
    • Edward Codilla – mayor of Ormoc City (2013–2016)
    • Elmer Codilla – vice mayor of Kananga, Leyte (2016–2019), mayor of Kananga, Leyte (2007–2016)
Contreras Oriental Mindoro, Capiz, Antique
  • Panginoon Nicolas Contreras – 18th century Paramount Ruler/Panginoon and Datu of Bulalacao (Maginoo)
      • Don Gabriel Contreras – Gobernadorcillo and later, Capitan Municipal of Bulalacao. Chief among the Principalia of Bulalacao under the Spanish Imperial Crown. The territory of Bulalacao was formerly heavily influenced by Datu (Prince) Calido of Panay. Since the founding of the First Republic, Bulalacao has predominantly been administered by descendants of Don Nicolas Contreras. The lands composing the present Municipality of Bulalacao was previously the hacienda of the Contreras family. During the Spanish colonial period, the Contrerases were the undisputed prima Principalia of Bulalacao. Their collateral familial lines (Sejera, Maka, Villas, Templanza, Fajardo, etc.) also once held vast haciendas throughout the island of Mindoro.
      • Don (honorific) Potenciano Contreras – Municipal Presidente/Gobernadorcillo
      • Hon. Caridad Contreras Absalon – Municipal councilor
      • Hon. Eusebio Contreras – Municipal councilor. Prolific philanthropist who donated personal property to the government of Bulalacao which was developed into the public market and public highways.
      • The Honorable Estee Contreras Aceron Bisnar – vice governor, Oriental Mindoro
      • The Honorable Ernilo Contreras Villas – mayor, Bulalacao
      • The Honorable Ludovico Contreras Silang – vice mayor and former Interim mayor, Bulalacao
      • The Honorable Eduardo Contreras Aceron – Municipal councilor, Bulalacao
      • The Honorable Edwin Contreras Aceron – Municipal councilor, Bulalacao
      • The Honorable Edezer Francisco Aceron – Municipal councilor, Bulalacao
      • The Honorable Enrico Contreras Villas – Punong Barangay (Cabeza de Barangay), Campaasan, Bulalacao
      • The Honorable Merla Francisco Aceron – Barangay councilor (Punong Kagawad), wife of Eduardo Contreras Aceron Sr.
      • The Honorable Ferdi Mariano – Barangay councilor Kagawad, son-in-law of Purificacion Contreras Soliman

The Contrerasses are prolific philanthropists, many members have donated private lands to religious institutions and to the government of Bulalacao for economic development and socio-humanitarian welfare.

Other prominent members of the Contreras clan include

      • The Hon. Esteban Contreras – governor of Capiz
      • The Hon. Efren Contreras – Municipal councilor, Caluya Antique
      • Antonio Contreras – Donated private estate to the government of Bulalacao.
      • Amada Contreras Andal – Donated private estate to the government of Bulalacao and neighboring Mansalay. Wife of General Abelardo Andal, WW2 veteran and Bataan Death March survivor. Brother of former Social Security System (Philippines) and Government Service Insurance System Chairman Rodolfo Andal and cousin of National Scientist of the Philippines, Teodoro Agoncillo.
      • Pomposa Contreras Silang – Donated private estate to the government of Bulalacao.
      • Ludovico Contreras – Donated private estate to the government of Bulalacao.
      • Elizabeth Contreras Villas – Donated private estate to the government of Bulalacao.
      • Rosalinda Contreras Baylon – Donated private estate to the government of Bulalacao.
      • Felipa Contreras Aceron – Portions of private estate of Felipa Contreras Aceron was donated to the government of Bulalacao by her heirs.
Cortes Mandaue
    • Zoilo "Olong" Mendoza – Capitanes Accidentales (1890s)
    • Ariston Ceniza Cortes – El Presidente de Mandaue (1926–1937)
      • Demetrio Mendoza Cortes – city councilor of the Municipality of Mandaue (1957–1960), mayor (1960–1969) and city mayor (1969–1986)
        • Ariston Cortes III – barangay captain
        • Demetrio Cortes Jr. – vice mayor of Mandaue (1987–1998), city councilor (2010-incumbent)
        • Jonas Cortes – city council of Mandaue (2001–2007) City mayor of Mandaue (2007-incumbent)
    • Ignacio Cortes – barangay councilor of Centro, Mandaue City
    • Jericho Cortes – barangay councilor of Alang-Alang, Mandaue City
      • Jeric Mikail Cuison Sanguiniang Kabtaan chairman of Alang-Alang, Mandaue City, SK Federation president and city councilor of Mandaue
Cojuangco Tarlac
Crisologo Ilocos Sur
    • Floro Crisologo – Congressman, 1st District of Ilocos Sur, husband of Carmeling.
      • Carmeling Crisologo – former governor of Ilocos Sur, wife of Floro.
      • Vincent "Bingbong" Crisologo – Congressman, 1st District of Quezon City (2004–2013) councilor, 1st District of Quezon City (1998–2004).
        • Anthony "Onyx" Crisologo – councilor, 1st District of Quezon City (2010–present).
    • Luis "Chavit" Crisologo Singson – current governor of Ilocos Sur, he is the 1st cousin of Vincent "Bingbong Crisologo". The mother of Chavit is the sister of Floro Crisologo.
Cua Quirino
  • Junie Cua – governor of Quirino (2010–present) and representative, Lone District of Quirino, 9th, 10th, & 12th Congress
    • Ma. Angela E. Cua – representative, Lone District of Quirino, 11th Congress
    • Dakila Carlo Cua – representative, Lone District of Quirino and governor of Quirino (2007–2010), son of Junie and Angela
Cuenco Cebu
  • Mariano Jesus Cuenco – member of the Philippine Assembly 1912–1916, representative, 5th District of Cebu, 1916, 1919, 1922, 1925, Speaker of House of Representatives 1922, governor of Cebu 1928 and 1931, Secretary of Public Works and Agriculture, senator 1912–28, 1941–64, and president of the Senate
    • Miguel Cuenco – representative, 5th District of Cebu, 1931, 1944, 1949
    • Manuel Cuenco – Cebu governor in the 1950s
    • Antonio Veloso Cuenco – representative, 2nd District of Cebu, 9th, 10th, & 12th Congress
      • Nancy R. Cuenco – representative, 2nd District of Cebu, 11th Congress; wife of Antonio Cuenco
      • James Anthony R. Cuenco – Cebu city councilor, South District 2013–2019, 2020–present; son of Antonio Cuenco
      • Ronald R. Cuenco – Cebu city councilor, South District 2010–2013; son of Antonio Cuenco
Cuneta Pasay and Rizal

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Family name From Family members
Dayanghirang Davao Oriental and Davao City
Dayot Iloilo
    • Marcelino Dayot – Gobernadorcillo of Dingle, Iloilo (1829-1835)
    • Maximiniana Dayot de Ganzón
    • Luís Cantalicio Dayot – Gobernadorcillo of Dingle, Iloilo (1853-1861; 1869–1873); Justice of the Peace of Dingle, Iloilo
      • Luís Dayot – Presidente Municipal of Dingle, Iloilo (1925–1928); Delegate to the 1934 Philippine Constitutional Convention
      • Fortunata Dayot de Dator
        • Numeriano Dayot Dator – mayor of Dingle, Iloilo (1957–1959)
    • Lucía Dayot de Hernández
    • Nicolasa Dayot de Muyco – spouse of Magdaleno Muyco, Gobernadorcillo of Dingle, Iloilo (1835-1843; 1851–1853)
    • Maximiliano Dayot – Auxiliary Justice of the Peace of Pototan, Iloilo
      • Vicente Dayot – Presidente Municipal of Dingle, Iloilo (1915–1918)
        • Maximiliano Dayot – councilor of Dingle, Iloilo; Delegate to the 1934 Philippine Constitutional Convention
        • Dominador Dayot – Chief Legal Officer, Commission on Elections
      • Anacleta Dayot de Montero – spouse of Cipriano Montero, Sr., Presidente Municipal of Dingle, Iloilo (1928–1931); Delegate to the 1934 Philippine Constitutional Convention
        • Cipriano Dayot Montero, Jr. – councilor of Dingle, Iloilo; vice mayor of Dingle, Iloilo
        • Luís Dayot Montero – Regional Director, Department of Health Regions VI & VIII

Alpha Dayot – Chargée d'affaires to Gabon

Ma. Concepción Dayot-Sumergido – councilor of Pototan, Iloilo (2009–2018)

Exequiel Dayot, Sr. – vice mayor of the City of Basilan (1954–1955; 1959–1967)

    • Exequiel Dayot, Jr. – councilor of the City of Basilan (1955–1959); vice mayor of the City of Basilan (1967–1971)

Fortunato Dayot – councilor of Tagum City (1986–1992; 1998–2004); Board Member (1992–1995), 2nd District of Davao del Norte

Defensor Iloilo and Quezon City

-Rep. Narciso Defensor Santiago III former Representative of Iloilo and son of the late Miriam Defensor Santiago

De Venecia Pangasinan
  • Guillermo de Venecia – mayor (1916–1918, 1925–1926)
    • Jose de Venecia, Jr. – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Pangasinan's 2nd District (1969–1972), member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Pangasinan's 4th District (1987–1998, 2001–2010), Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives (1992–1998, 2001–2008)
    • Gina de Venecia – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Pangasinan's 4th District (2010–2016)
    • Christopher de Venecia – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Pangasinan's 4th District (2016–present)
Del Mar Cebu
  • Jose Maria del Mar – Chief of the Bureau of Labor of Cebu and Cebu councilor
    • Raul del Mar – Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives; son of publisher and journalist Jose Maria del Mar
      • Rachel Marguerite del Mar – representative of Cebu's North District; board member, Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB); board of trustees, Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP)
      • Raoul del Mar – Congressman, Cebu City North District
        • Mike Acebedo Lopez – National Youth Commissioner; MTRCB board member; youngest delegate in history to the United Nations General Assembly in New York; grandson of Caridad Duterte Del Mar-Lopez of Cebu and Captain Generoso Lopez of the Lopez-Romualdez family of Leyte.
  • Romulo Del Mar Neri – former NEDA Director & National Secretary of Socio-Economic Planning, CEO & president of the Social Security System (SSS), chairman of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), acting Secretary of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), head of the Congressional Budget and Planning Office of the House of Representatives.
    • Don Roque del Mar – Teniente Segundo 1895 (third highest position in Cebu City during the Spanish era), Regidor (councilor) in charge of Cebu District No. 2, Gobernacillo de Gremio de Mestizo (Head of the Guild or group of Mestizos), was said to be the acting mayor of Cebu for a very brief after the departure of the Spaniards (December 1898) accdg to Felix Sales (1872–1962) in his book Sugbo sa Karaan na Panahon (Cebu in the old times).
      • Venci Del Mar – No. 1 city councilor – City of Naga
    • Filomeno Del Mar – Cebu city councilor – (during Vicente Rama's term as mayor and earlier)
    • Graciano del Mar – councilor of the then Municipality of Cebu (1919)
      • Carmelino C. Del Mar Jr. – barangay captain – Ibabao-Estancia
      • Magdaleno Del Mar – barangay captain – Tuyan, Naga
    • Manuel del Mar Rogado – former barangay captain of Brgy. Mantuyong of Mandanue
    • Father Antonio Del Mar Pernia – Superior General SVD Congregation (first Asian to become a Superior General of a Congregation)
    • Charles Del Mar Pepito – barangay councilor – Brgy. Tinago
Diaz San Mateo, Rizal
  • Jose "Peping" Diaz – former mayor
    • Jose Rafael E. Diaz – (son of Jose "Peping" Diaz) former mayor (replaced by his wife) and the present vice mayor
      • Cristina C. Diaz – former vice mayor (replaced by her husband) and present mayor
      • Cullen C. Diaz – (son of Jose Rafael and Cristina Diaz) former SK chairman and SK federation president (2008)
      • Denzel C. Diaz – (son of Jose Rafael and Cristina Diaz) former SK chairman and SK federation president (2010) and present barangay councilor of Ampid San Mateo, Rizal
    • Joel P. Diaz – former Barangay councilor and Barangay chairman of Sta Ana San Mateo, Rizal, former Liga Ng Barangay President (2010–2016) and present councillor
Dimaporo Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur
  • Moh. Ali Dimaporo – former governor and former Congressman (patriarch of the family)
    • Abdullah "Bobby" Dimakuta Dimaporo – former governor and present Congressman (son of Gov. Ali)
    • Datu Hattah Dimakuta Dimaporo – former regional vice-governor of ARMM candidate (2005) (son of Gov. Ali)
    • Imelda "Angging" Quibranza Dimaporo – former governor and present Congresswoman (wife of Cong. Bobby)
      • Mohammad Khalid Quibranza Dimaporo – present governor Lanao del Norte (son of Cong. Bobby)
      • Aliah Quibranza Dimaporo – former Congresswoman (daughter of Cong. Bobby)
  • Macacuna Dimaporo – former deputy speaker Batasang Pambansa (brother of Gov. Ali)
    • Raida Dimaporo-Papandayan – mayor of Tubaran
    • Congressman Mauyag Papandayan Jr. – present Congressman of 2nd District Lanao del Sur (son-in-law of Macacuna)
      • Yassin Dimaporo Papandayan – Present mayor of Tubaran (son of Raida)
  • Naga Dimaporo, former mayor Sultan Naga Dimaporo
    • Motalib Dimaporo – former mayor Sultan Naga Dimaporo
Diokno Batangas and Manila
Domínguez Baguio, Benguet and Cavite
Duavit Rizal
Dumlao Nueva Vizcaya
  • Cesario Dumlao (elected vice mayor of Bagabag, 1940; appointed mayor of Bagabag, 1945–1946)
  • Patricio Dumlao Sr. (appointed mayor of Bayombong, 1950–1951; elected mayor of Bayombong, 1952–1955, 1956–1959)
  • Patricio Dumlao Sr. (governor of Nueva Vizcaya)
  • Natalia Dumlao (vice governor, governor of Nueva Vizcaya)
  • Patricio Dumlao Jr. (provincial board member of Nueva Vizcaya)
  • Maybelle Blossom Aquino Dumlao (municipal councilor of Solano, Nueva Vizcaya, 2001–2004)
  • Maybelle Blossom Aquino Dumlao (provincial board member of Nueva Vizcaya, 2004–2007, 2007–2010, 2010–2013)
Duterte Davao City
  • Vicente Duterte: former mayor of Danao City, former governor of Davao (1959–1965)
  • Franco Dean Duterte Jr. – former appointed oic mayor of Tubod, Surigao del Norte (April – August 1986) – Youngest mayor of the Philippines at the age 25 years old.
Dy Isabela
  • Faustino Dy, Sr. – former governor of Isabela, 1972–1992
    • Benjamin Dy – former governor of Isabela, 1992–2001, mayor of Cauayan, Isabela, 2010–2013
    • Faustino Dy, Jr. – former governor of Isabela, 2001–2004
    • Faustino Dy, III – former mayor of Cauayan, Isabela, 1992–2001, representative of the 3rd District of Isabella, 2001–2010, governor of Isabela, 2010–present
    • Cesar Dy – former mayor, Cauayan City
    • Victor Dy – ABC president Cauayan City – present, barangay chairman San Fermin, Cauayan City
    • Faustino Michael Carlos Dy III – mayor San Manuel Isabela present
    • Krystyna Louise C. Dy – ex officio member province of Isabela, SK chairwomen, San Fermin, Cauayan City
    • Napoleon S. Dy Province: Isabela District: 3rd District Period: 2010–2013

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Family name From Family members
Echiverri Caloocan
  • Enrico Echiverri –[20] mayor, Caloocan (2004–2013), Caloocan 1st District representative (1995–2004, 2013–present)
    • Ricojudge Janvier Echiverri –[20] incumbent national president, Liga ng mga Barangay (2007–present); Ex Officio city councilor, Caloocan (representing LNB); Punong Barangay
    • Robert Dominic Echiverri – incumbent Sangguniang Kabataan National Federation vice-president (2010–2013), SK Caloocan Federation president; Ex Officio city councilor, Caloocan (representing SK Caloocan)
Ecleo Dinagat Islands
Ejército-Estrada-Estregan Laguna, Manila, Quezon, and San Juan, Metro Manila
Enverga Quezon
  • Manuel S. Enverga (representative of the 1st District of Quezon 1953–1961)
    • Wifrido L. Enverga (representative of the 1st District of Quezon 1987–1998; son of Manuel)
    • Mark S. Enverga (representative of the 1st District of Quezon 2007–present; grandson of Manuel)
Eriguel La Union
  • Eufranio "Franny" Eriguel – mayor, Agoo, La Union (1998–2007); Congressman, 2nd District of La Union (2010–2016)[39]
    • Sandra Young Eriguel[40] – mayor, Agoo, La Union (2007–2016); Congresswoman, 2nd District of La Union (2016–present)
    • Stefanie Ann Chan Eriguel[40] – mayor, Agoo, La Union (2016–present)
Escario[41] Bantayan, Cebu
  • Dr. Nicolas G. Escario. – former mayor of Cebu City (1945–1946); former provincial board member of Cebu (???–???); former 7th district congressman of Cebu (2nd and 3rd congress; 1949–1957)
  • Isidro Escario – former mayor, (1937–1946), (1948–1960)
  • Remedios Escario – former mayor, (1960–1968), (1992–2001); former vice mayor (2001–2002)
  • Jesus Escario – former mayor, (1968–1986)
  • Rex Escario – former mayor, (1988–1991)
  • Geralyn Escario-Cañares – former mayor, (2001–2010); former vice mayor (1992–2001), (2010–2013)
  • Dale Escario – former vice mayor, (2007–2010)
  • Ian Christopher Escario – mayor, (2010–2016)
  • Chad Escario-Cañares – vice mayor, (2013–2016); Cebu 4th district provincial councilor (2016–)
  • Gualberto Escario – municipal councilor, (2010–2016)
  • Vince Escario – municipal councilor (2016–)
Escudero Sorsogon
  • Manuel Escudero (representative, 4th Philippine Assembly)
  • Salvador Escudero Sr. (provincial governor; provincial legislative member; town mayor; councilor)
    • Salvador Escudero Jr. (son of Salvador Sr; town mayor; provincial legislative member)
      • Salvador H. Escudero III (son of Salvador Jr; Secretary of Agriculture; representative, House of Representatives; assemblyman, Batasang Pambansa; Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Food)
        • Francis "Chiz" Escudero (son of Salvador III; representative, House of Representatives; senator, provincial governor)
        • Evelina Escudero (wife of Salvador III; representative, House of Representatives)
  • Ramon Escudero (town councilor; vice mayor)
  • Antonio Escudero Jr. (town councilor; provincial board member; provincial vice governor)
  • Oscar Escudero (town mayor)
Espinosa-Martinez Cebu, Masbate, Iloilo City, and Guimaras
  • Atty. Pascualing P. Espinosa, Congressman, Iloilo City, "the Father of Common Man of Labor," authored Magna Carta of Labor, authored Republic Act 875, otherwise known as the Industrial Peace Act, former president of CLUP or the Consolidated Labor Union of the Philippines and NACTU or the National Confederation of Trade Unions
    • Atty. Jose S. Espinosa III, vice mayor, Iloilo City
    • Atty. Edgar T. Espinosa, Congressman and vice governor, Guimaras
    • Leo T. Espinosa, mayor, Jordan, Guimaras
      • Atty. Mark B. Espinosa, SK chairman, Jordan, Guimaras
    • Emilio Espinosa, Sr.: representative, lone district, Masbate (1934–1945; 1944–1946; 1946–1953)
      • Emilio Espinosa, Jr.: son of Emilio Sr;[42] representative, 2nd District, Masbate (1958–1965; 1970–1972; 1998–2007)
      • Tito Espinosa: son of Emilio Sr.;[42] representative, 1st district, Masbate (1987–1995)
        • Vida Espinosa: wife of Tito;[43] representative, 1st district, Masbate (1995–2004)
        • Emilio Aris Espinosa: son of Tito and Vida;[43] mayor, San Jacinto, Masbate (2001–2007)
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          • Narciso Bravo Jr.: son-in-law of Vida;[43] councilor, Masbate (1998–2001); provincial board member, Masbate (2001–2007)
      • Moises Espinosa Sr.: son of Emilio Sr.;[42] vice-governor, governor, mayor, Masbate; representative, 2nd district, Masbate (1987–1992)
        • Moises Espinosa Jr., city mayor of Masbate
      • <! – – other relatives of Emilio Jr. -->
        • Mario Espinosa: nephew of Emilio Jr.;[42] vice governor, Masbate (1998–2001)
        • Celestino Espinosa Martinez Jr.: nephew of Emilio Jr.;[42] representative, 4th district, Cebu (1987–1998)
          • Clavel Asas-Martinez: wife of Celestino Jr.;[44] representative, 4th district, Cebu (1998–2007)
          • Celestino Martinez III: son of Celestino Jr. and Clavel;[44] mayor, Bogo, Cebu (2001–2007)
    • Roseller 'Roy' Ariosa, vice-governor of Zamboanga del Sur, belongs to the Espinosa Clan of Cebu/ Masbate, head of Espinosa Clan Mindanao
    • Javier Ariosa, mayor of Molave, Zamboanga del Sur 1951, founding member of the Espinosa Clan Mindanao, father of vice-governor Roseller "Roy" Ariosa
    • Franco P. Espinosa, barangay chairman, Barangay Monica, Iloilo City, founding member of the Espinosa Clan Iloilo
    • Jose Hamy R. Espinosa, barangay chairman, Barangay Monica, Iloilo City
    • Frank A. Espinosa, barangay chairman, Barangay Monica, Iloilo City
    • Noel A. Espinosa, barangay chairman, Barangay Monica, Iloilo City
    • Lilianne Espinosa Sorioso, barangay chairman, Barangay Zamora, Iloilo City
    • Sergio S. Espinosa, barangay chairman, Barangay Legaspi, Iloilo City
    • Rysty Ann Espinosa, SK chairman, Barangay Zamora, Iloilo City, City Prosecutor
    • Ma. Aida T. Espinosa, SK chairman, Barangay Monica, Iloilo City
    • Ma. Monica Leticia T. Espinosa, SK chairman, Barangay Monica, Iloilo City
    • Frances Lyn T. Espinosa, SK chairman, Barangay Monica, Iloilo City
    • Justin Espinosa, SK chairman, Barangay Zamora, Iloilo City
Eusebio Pasig
  • Vicente Eusebio; vice mayor of Pasig (1980–1986), mayor of Pasig (1992–2001, 2004–2007)
    • Soledad Eusebio; wife of Vicente;[45] mayor of Pasig (2001–2004)
    • Robert "Bobby" Eusebio;[45] son of Vicente; councilor (1998–2007), mayor of Pasig (2007–2013, 2016–2019)
      • Maribel Andaya-Eusebio;[45] wife of Bobby; mayor of Pasig (2013–2016)
    • Ricky Eusebio; brother of Bobby;[46] councilor (2013–2016), Congressman of Pasig's Lone District (2016–2019)

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Family name From Family members
Fabella Romblon
  • Gabriel Fabella y Fabrero (1st Assemblyman of Romblon); Father of June 12
Fajardo Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, Pampanga, Laguna, Cavite, Rizal, Bicol Region
    • Pacifico M. Fajardo, former Congressman of 3rd District of Nueva Ecija in the 9th, 10th and 11th Congresses
    • Lorelie Fajardo, former deputy presidential spokesperson; presidential assistant for Central Luzon of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
    • Mohammad Omar Fajardo y Albano, de Miranda, de Villanueva, former Congressman of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) Sector in the 10th, 11th and 12th Congresses; appointed board of directors of Al Amana Bank by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, secretary-general of Philippine Pirate Movement (PPM), House of Figarda, Miémbro dé Sagrada Familia, Cábállérós dé Pirátá Bájó lá Órdén dé Fájárdó, Gúárdiá Róyálé Cústódió dé Lás Islás Filipinás, Heir of Góbérnádór Hénérál dé Lás Islás Filipinás Alonso Fajardo de Entenza y de Guevara, Córdoba y Velasco, Knight of Alcantara, Lord of Espinardo, grandson of Heneral de Brigada Tirso G. Fajardo.
    • Fahad Ibn Omar Fajardo y Abcede, de Albano, de Ramirez; grandson of Heneral de Brigada Tirso G. Fajardo, Heir of Góbérnádór Hénérál dé Lás Islás Filipinás Alonso Fajardo de Entenza y de Guevara, Córdoba y Velasco, Knight of Alcantara, Lord of Espinardo
    • Farida "ida" Fajardo y Abcede, de Albano, de Ramirez; founding chairman of the Congressional Youth Organization(CYO), youth chairman of Peoples Patriotic Movement (PPM), House of Figarda, Miémbro dé Sagrada Familia, Nobléza Familia dé Andalucia y Castillé, Daughter of Hon. Mohammad Omar Fajardo, granddaughter of Heneral de Brigada Tirso G. Fajardo, Heir of Góbérnádór Hénérál dé Lás Islás Filipinás Alonso Fajardo de Entenza y de Guevara, Córdoba y Velasco, Knight of Alcantara, Lord of Espinardo
Fariñas Ilocos Norte
    • Rodolfo "Rudy" Fariñas – representative of Ilocos Norte's First District (1998–2001, 2010–present), governor of Ilocos Norte (1988–1998), mayor of Laoag City (1980–1986)
      • Carlos Fariñas – son of Rudy Fariñas[47]
      • Ria Fariñas – provincial board member of the first district of Ilocos Norte (2013–present); daughter of Rudy Fariñas[47]
      • Rodolfo Fariñas, Jr. – incumbent SK Federated President of Ilocos Norte; son of Rudy Fariñas[47]
      • Rudy Caesar Fariñas II – former SK Federated president of Laoag City, incumbent Barangay chairman of Barit, Laoag City; son of Rudy Fariñas[47]
    • Roger Fariñas – mayor of Laoag City – (1995–2004); brother of Rudy Fariñas[47]
    • Michael Fariñas – vice mayor of Laoag City, (2013–present), mayor of Laoag City (2004–2013); brother of Rudy Fariñas[47]
      • Chevylle Fariñas – mayor of Laoag City (2013–present), Laoag City ABC president (2010–2013); wife of Michael Fariñas; son of Rudy Fariñas[47]
    • Eric Fariñas – brother of Rudy Fariñas[48]
      • Jeff Fariñas – councilor, Laoag City (2013–present); son of Eric Fariñas[48]
Festin Romblon
Fetalino Romblon
  • Deogracias Fetalino y Fabella (mayor of Odiongan), brother-in-law of Emilio Firmalo (mayor of Odiongan); uncle of Odiongan mayors Francisco and Alfonso Firmalo y Fetalino and the 30th governor of Romblon and also a mayor of Odiongan Jose Firmalo y Fetalino.
  • Robert Muyo y Fabella (mayor of Calatrava, Romblon); second cousin twice removed of Deogracias Fetalino y Fabella (mayor of Odiongan) through Fetalino line
Firmalo Romblon
  • Emilio Firmalo (Odiongan mayor); father of Odiongan mayors Francisco, Alfonso and Jose Firmalo y Fetalino who was also the 30th governor of Romblon; grandfather of Eduardo "Lolong" Firmalo, MD and Baltazar Firmalo y Llorca (late mayor of Odiongan); great-grandfather of Trina Fabic (Odiongan mayor)
    • Francisco Firmalo y Fetalino (Odiongan mayor); father of Eduardo "Lolong" Firmalo y Chang; grandfather of Trina Fabic (incumbent mayor of Odiongan, Romblon);son of Emilio Firmalo (Odiongan mayor); brother of the 30th governor and former Odiongan mayors Jose Firmalo y Fetalino and Alfonso Firmalo y Fetalino
      • Eduardo "Lolong" Firmalo, MD (incumbent governor of Romblon and former Romblon Lone representative); nephew of the 30th governor and former Odiongan mayor Jose Firmalo y Fetalino and Alfonso Firmalo y Fetalino; first cousin of Baltazar Firmalo y Llorca (mayor of Odiongan); grandson of Emilio Firmalo (mayor of Odiongan); son of Francisco Firmalo (mayor of Odiongan); father of Trina Fabic, current mayor of Odiongan, Romblon
        • Trina Fabic y Firmalo, (incumbent mayor of Odiongan, Romblon), daughter of Eduardo "Lolong" Firmalo (incumbent governor of Romblon), grandniece of the 30th governor of Romblon and Odiongan mayors Jose Firmalo y Fetalino and Alfonso Firmalo y Fetalino, first cousin once removed of Baltazar Firmalo y Llorca; great-granddaughter of Odiongan mayor Emilio Firmalo.
    • Alfonso Firmalo y Fetalino (Odiongan mayor); father of Baltazar Firmalo y Llorca (mayor of Odiongan); uncle of Eduardo "Lolong" Firmalo (incumbent governor of Romblon); brother of the 30th governor and former Odiongan mayors Jose Firmalo y Fetalino and Francisco Firmalo y Fetalino; son of Emilio Firmalo (Odiongan mayor); granduncle of Trina Fabic, (incumbent mayor of Odiongan, Romblon)
      • Baltazar Firmalo y Llorca (late mayor of Odiongan); first cousin of Eduardo "Lolong" Firmalo (incumbent governor of Romblon); first cousin once removed of Trina Fabic, (current mayor of Odiongan); son of Alfonso Firmalo y Fetalino (Odiongan mayor); nephew of nephew of the 30th governor and former Odiongan mayor Jose Firmalo y Fetalino and Francisco Firmalo y Fetalino (also mayor of Odiongan); grandson of Emilio Firmalo (Odiongan mayor)
    • Jose Firmalo y Fetalino (30th governor of Romblon and former mayor of Odiongan, Romblon); brother of Odiongan mayors Alfonso and Francisco Firmalo y Fetalino; grandson of Emilio Firmalo (Odiongan mayor); granduncle of Trina Fabic (incumbent mayor of Odiongan, Romblon); uncle of Eduardo Firmalo y Chang, MD and Baltazar Firmalo y Llorca
Fondevilla Romblon
  • Patriotismo Fondevilla y Fainsan (37th governor of Romblon); Son-in-law of the first and long-time lone representative of Romblon Leonardo Festin y Fabon and uncle-in-law of 41st and 43rd governor and Odiongan mayor Perpetuo Ylagan y Barredo; second cousin of Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla (mayor of Calatrava)
    • Andrew Fondevilla y Festin (mayor of San Andres, Romblon and current Romblon Provincial Board member); son of Patriotismo Fondevilla y Fainsan; son-in-law of Leonardo Festin y Fabon (Lone Representative of Romblon); second cousin of Marlon Fojas y Falculan (mayor of Corcuera, Romblon); third cousin of Calatrava mayors and brothers Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche
  • Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla (mayor of Calatrava, Romblon);father of Calatrava mayors Ronnie and Elmer Fortu y Noche; second cousin of Patriotismo Fondevilla y Fainsan (37th governor of Romblon); second cousin once removed of Andrew Fondevilla y Festin; nephew-in-law of Tablas mayor Santiago Leaño y Gara; cousin-in-law of Mutya Reyes y Madeja y Leaño (Barangay captain of Dapawan in Odiongan, Romblon)
    • Ronnie Fortu y Noche (mayor of Calatrava); son of Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla (mayor of Calatrava, Romblon); brother of Elmer Fortu y Noche (mayor of Calatrava); first cousin of Dennis Corpin y Fortu y Fondevilla (vice mayor of Santa Maria, Romblon); third cousin of Marlon Fojas y Falculan (mayor of Corcuera, Romblon); grandnephew of Tablas mayor Santiago Leaño y Gara; third cousin of Andrew Fondevilla y Festin
    • Elmer Fortu y Noche (mayor of Calatrava); son Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla (mayor of Calatrava, Romblon); brother of Ronnie Fortu y Noche (mayor of Calatrava); first cousin of Dennis Corpin y Fortu y Fondevilla (vice mayor of Santa Maria, Romblon); third cousin of Marlon Fojas y Falculan (mayor of Corcuera, Romblon); grandnephew of Tablas mayor Santiago Leaño y Gara; third cousin of Andrew Fondevilla y Festin (mayor of San Andres, Romblon and current Romblon Provincial Board member)
  • Dennis Corpin y Fortu y Fondevilla (vice mayor of Santa Maria, Romblon); nephew of Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla (mayor of Calatrava); first cousin of Calatrava mayors and brothers Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche; third cousin of Marlon Fojas y Falculan (mayor of Corcuera, Romblon); brother-in-law of Emmanuel Madrona y Fabic (incumbent Lone Representative of Romblon)
  • Marlon Fojas y Falculan (mayor of Corcuera, Romblon);second cousin of Andrew Fondevilla y Festin (mayor of San Andres, Romblon and current Romblon Provincial Board member); third cousin of Calatrava mayors and brothers Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche
  • Maria Imelda mayor y Fedelicio y Montesa (Member of Municipal Council) of Santa Fe, Romblon; first cousin once removed of Dennis Corpin y Fortu y Fondevilla (vice mayor of Santa Maria, Romblon) and Calatrava mayors and brothers Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche; third cousin once removed of Corcuera mayors Marlon Fojas y Falculan, Eddie Mazo y Fondevilla, Bibiano Fanlo y Miñon, and San Andres mayor Andrew Fondevilla y Festin (also current Romblon Provincial Board member); fourth cousin of Felix Ylagan y Fondevilla (current Romblon Provincial Board member)
  • Bibiano Fanlo y Miñon (mayor of Corcuera, Romblon); second cousin once removed of Patriotismo Fondevilla y Fainsan (37th governor of Romblon) and Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla (mayor of Calatrava, Romblon); third cousin of former San Andres mayor and current Romblon Provincial Board member Andrew Fondevilla y Festin, Corcuera mayors Marlon Fojas y Falculan and Eddie Mazo y Fondevilla, Calatrava mayors Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche and Santa Maria mayor Dennis Corpin y Fondevilla; third cousin once removed of Felix Ylagan y Fondevilla (current Romblon Provincial Board member) and Imelda mayor y Fedelicio y Montesa (Member of Municipal Council of Santa Fe)
  • Eddie Mazo y Fondevilla (mayor of Corcuera); second cousin once removed of Patriotismo Fondevilla y Fainsan (37th governor of Romblon) and Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla (mayor of Calatrava, Romblon); third cousin of former San Andres mayor and current Romblon Provincial Board member Andrew Fondevilla y Festin, Corcuera mayors Marlon Fojas y Falculan and Bibiano Fanlo y Miñon, Calatrava mayors Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche and Santa Maria mayor Dennis Corpin y Fondevilla; third cousin once removed of Felix Ylagan y Fondevilla (current Romblon Provincial Board member) and Imelda mayor y Fedelicio y Montesa (Member of Municipal Council of Santa Fe)
  • Felix Ylagan y Fondevilla (current Romblon Provincial Board member); fourth cousin of Imelda mayor y Fedelicio y Montesa (Member of Municipal Council of Santa Fe); third cousin once removed of former San Andres mayor and current Romblon Provincial Board member Andrew Fondevilla y Festin, Corcuera mayors Marlon Fojas y Falculan, Eddie Mazo y Fondevilla and Bibiano Fanlo y Miñon, Calatrava mayors Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche and Santa Maria mayor Dennis Corpin y Fondevilla; and second cousin twice removed of Patriotismo Fondevilla y Fainsan (37th governor of Romblon) and Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla (mayor of Calatrava, Romblon)
  • Sergio Fondevilla y Fabregas (mayor of Corcuera); first cousin once removed of Patriotismo Fondevilla y Fainsan and Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla; second cousin twice removed of Bibian Fanlo y Miñon, Marlon Fojas y Falculan, Andrew Fondevilla y Festin, Eddie Mazo y Fondevilla, Dennis Corpin y Fondevilla, Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche; second cousin three times removed of Felix Ylagan y Fondevilla and Imelda mayor y Fedelicio y Montesa
  • Vidal Fallaria y Fondevilla (Corcuera mayor); uncle of Senen Fanlo y Fallaria mayor of Corcuera) second cousin of Patriotismo Fondevilla y Fainsan and Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla; second cousin once removed of Bibiano Fanlo y Miñon, Marlon Fojas y Falculan, Andrew Fondevilla y Festin, Eddie Mazo y Fondevilla, Dennis Corpin y Fondevilla, Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche; and second cousin twice removed of Felix Ylagan y Fondevilla and Imelda mayor y Fedelicio.
  • Senen Fanlo y Fallaria (mayor of Corcuera); nephew of Vidal Fallaria y Fondevilla; third cousin of Bibiano Fanlo y Miñon, Marlon Fojas y Falculan, Andrew Fondevilla y Festin, Eddie Mazo y Fondevilla, Dennis Corpin y Fondevilla, Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche; third cousin once removed of Felix Ylagan y Fondevilla and Imelda mayor y Fedelicio.
  • Josefino Fajilago y Fondevilla (mayor of Corcuera); second cousin of Patriotismo Fondevilla y Fainsan and Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla; second cousin once removed of Bibiano Fanlo y Miñon, Marlon Fojas y Falculan, Andrew Fondevilla y Festin, Eddie Mazo y Fondevilla, Dennis Corpin y Fondevilla, and Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche; and second cousin twice removed of Felix Ylagan y Fondevilla and Imelda mayor y Fedelicio
Fua Siquijor
  • Orlando B. Fua, Sr., representative – Lone District; 1987–1998; 2007–present; governor; 1998–2007
    • Orlando B. Fua, Jr., representative – Lone District; 1998–2007; governor; 2007–2013
    • Orlando B. Fua, III, SK Federation president;2007–present
    • Andre Jesu Cortes, vice-governor; 2007–2013; rumored out-of-wedlock son of Fua Sr.
    • Orpheus Fua, mayor, Municipality of Lazi; 2007–present
    • Orville Fua, SP member, 2nd District of Siquijor; 2007–present
Fuentebella Camarines Sur

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Family name From Family members
Galicia Davao Region
  • Emmanuel D. Galicia – City Fiscal and councilor, & Majority Floor Leader
  • Michael O. Galicia – former provincial board member
  • Paul P. Galicia – provincial board member
Garcia Bataan
  • Enrique "Tet" Garcia Jr. – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Bataan's 2nd District (1995–2004; 2013–2016)
    • Albert S. Garcia – governor of Bataan (2013–present); member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Bataan's 2nd District (2004–2013); mayor of Balanga (1998–2004)
      • Joet Garcia – mayor of Balanga (2013–present)
      • Gila Garcia – mayor of Dinalupihan, Bataan (2013–present)
Garcia Cebu
  • Pablo P. Garcia, deputy speaker, 2008–2013; representative – Second District, 2007–2013 (lost to Wilfredo Caminero in 2013); Third District, 1987–1995; governor, 1995–2004; vice governor, 1969–1971
    • Gwendolyn Garcia, representative – Third District, 2013–2018; governor, July 2004–December 19, 2012, June 19–30, 2013
    • Pablo John Garcia, representative – Third District, 2007–2013; ran for governor in 2013 but lost to Hilario Davide Jr.
    • Nelson Gamaliel F. Garcia, mayor, Dumanjug, 2010–2016
    • Marlon F. Garcia, vice mayor, Barili, 2010–2013; ran as mayor in 2013 but lost to incumbent Teresito P. Mariñas.
Garcia Davao City
  • Leon Garcia Sr.:[5] mayor, Davao City (prior to 1945)
    • Manuel Garcia:[5] son of Leon Garcia Sr.; representative, 2nd district, Davao City (1978–1986; 1992–2001)
      • Vincent J. Garcia:[5] son of Manuel Garcia; representative, 2nd district, Davao City (2001–2010)
      • Mylene J. Garcia-Albano: daughter of Manuel Garcia; representative, 2nd district, Davao City (2010–present)
        • Rodito Albano;[5] husband of Mylene, congressman, Isabela (incumbent) (see Albano family)
        • Augusto Javier G. Campos III: grandson of Manuel Garcia; city councilor, 2nd District, Davao City (2019–present)
Garin Iloilo
  • Oscar Garin Sr. – representative, 1st District of Iloilo, 9th, 10th, & 12th Congress, mayor of Guimbal, Iloilo
  • Ninfa S. Garin – mayor, Municipality of San Joaquin, Iloilo
  • Oscar "Richard" S. Garin Jr. – vice governor, Province of Iloilo, representative, 1st District of Iloilo 16th Congress
  • Janette L. Garin – representative, 1st District of Iloilo, 15th Congress; former Secretary of Health
  • Sharon S. Garin – representative, AAMBIS-OWA Party-list, 15th Congress
  • Christine S. Garin – mayor, Municipality of Guimbal, Iloilo, vice governor, province of Iloilo
  • Janette (Jennifer) Garin Colada – vice mayor, Municipality of Guimbal, Iloilo
Gatchalian Valenzuela
  • Sherwin Gatchalian:[20] mayor, Valenzuela City (2004–2013); representative, Valenzuela City (2001–2004, 2013–present)
  • Rexlon Gatchalian:[20] brother of Sherwin; representative, Valenzuela City (2004–2013); mayor, Valenzuela City (2013–present)
Go Isabela
  • Deodoro T. Go – former mayor, San Mariano, Isabela
  • Edgar T. Go – mayor, San Mariano, Isabela
  • Ana Cristina Siquian Go – representative, 2nd District of Isabela
  • Christian Go – municipal councilor, San Mariano, Isabela
  • Paul T. Go – former barangay federation chair, San Mariano, Isabela
Galima Bayombong
  • Epifanio Galima-former vice governor of Nueva Vizcaya (2013–2019), former mayor of Solano
  • Eunice Galima Gambol – Board member of Nueva Vizcaya
Gordon Zambales
  • James Leonard T. Gordon, Sr. – mayor of Olongapo, 1963–1967
    • Amelia Juico-Gordon – mayor of Olongapo, 1968–1972
      • Richard Gordon – mayor of Olongapo, 1980–1986; 1988–1993, senator, 2004–2010; 2016–present
      • Katherine Gordon – representative of the 1st District of Zambales, 1988–1995, mayor of Olongapo, 1995–2004
      • Brian Gordon – councilor, Olongapo City (2004–2007)
      • Bugsy Gordon de los Reyes – councilor, Olongapo City (2010–2013)
    • James "Bong" Gordon, Jr. – representative of the 1st District of Zambales, 1995–2004, mayor of Olongapo, 2004–2013
    • Anne Marie Gordon – vice governor of Zambales, 2007–2010
Guingona Agusan, Bukidnon, Negros Oriental and Misamis Oriental

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Family name From Family members
Ilagan Nueva Ecija and Tarlac
Imperial Albay
  • Col. Mariano D. Imperial – colonel of the Philippine Army, 1960–1982
  • Carlos Imperial – representative, 2nd District of Albay, 9th, 10th, & 12th Congress
  • Norma B. Imperial – representative, 2nd District of Albay, 11th Congress
  • Harold O. Imperial – vice-governor, 2010–present
  • Niño "Snookie" B. Imperial – provincial board member, 2nd District of Albay
Ibay Pasay
  • Lito Ibay –
  • Lexter N. Ibay – councilor, first district of Pasay, 2001?–2006, 2007–2013
  • Ileana Ibay – former councilor, second district of Pasay, 2010–2013
Ignacio-Antonio Cagayan
  • Alvaro Trinidad Antonio – governor of Cagayan (2007–2013), mayor of Alcala (2004–2007)
  • Teresita Ignacio Antonio – First Lady of Cagayan (2007–203) wife of Alvaro Trinidad Antonio
  • Bernardo "Baddo" Cabreros Ignacio – Barangay Justice in Nueva Vizcaya, Cagayan Valley, Barangay councilor candidate 2001 his wife Lolita Dumlao Seridon is part of the Dumlao family of Nueva Vizcaya

J[edit]

Family name From Family members
Jaen Leganes, Iloilo
  • Zacarias Jaen, first appointed president of town from 1900 to 1902.
  • Martin Perales Jaen, former two-term mayor from 1946 to 1951.
  • Mariano Jaen, former municipal councilor, former vice mayor.
  • Adolfo E. Jaen, former multi-term mayor, Congressional candidate.
  • Josil P. Jaen, Appointed OIC mayor of Leganes, former mayor from 1986 to 1998, gubernatorial candidate.
  • Adolfo D. Jaen II, former municipal councilor.
  • Vicente P. Jaen II, Incumbent mayor, former municipal councilor, vice mayoral candidate, former ABC president
  • Antonio S. Jaen Sr., incumbent municipal councilor.
  • Martin D. Jaen III, incumbent municipal councilor, former barangay councilor, Barangay Poblacion, Leganes, Iloilo.
  • Lyle Jaen Lebaquin (m. Bartolome), incumbent vice mayor, former municipal councilor
  • Paul Jaen-Krafft – former ABC president
Jagunap Leganes, Iloilo
  • Esperidion Jagunap Sr, former mayor (various terms)/board member
  • Dionzon Belandres Jagunap, municipal vice mayor (various terms)
  • Niño Vincent Jagunap Vallejo, former barangay chairman, Barangay San Vicente, Leganes, Iloilo ABC president
  • Notchka Jagunap Vallejo, former Sangguniang Kabataan chairman, Barangay San Vicente, Leganes, Iloilo
  • Niel Joshua Jagunap Raymundo, incumbent Sangguniang Kabataan chairman, Barangay Poblacion, Leganes, Iloilo/ SK Federation vice president, Leganes, Iloilo
Jalandoni Jover Iloilo City
  • Vicente Jalandoni Jover, president of La Paz (now a district of Iloilo City) during the American Regime.
  • Dominador Jalandoni Jover,[49] vice mayor and mayor of Iloilo City,[50] for various terms of Office, during the Post-World War II era. He was the last appointed mayor of Iloilo City by virtue of RA 365/ Commonwealth Act # 158.
Jalosjos Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga Sibugay, Misamis Occidental
Jardenil Jaro, Iloilo City
  • Gil Jardenil, former vice mayor of La Paz and Jaro
  • Remo Jardenil, former city fiscal of Iloilo City
  • Renato Jardenil Espinosa, incumbent barangay captain of Cagamutan Sur, Iloilo
Javier Navotas
  • Patrick Joseph Javier, current vice mayor (2001–2013)
  • Victor B. Javier, former mayor (1980–1986)
Joson Quezon, Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija
  • Eduardo L. Joson, governor of the Nueva Ecija Province from 1959 to 1992

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Family name From Family members
Lacson Antique, Cavite, Negros Occidental and Manila
  • Aniceto Lacson – president of the Republic of Negros (1898–1899)
  • Isaac Lacson – senator (1934–1935), governor of Negros Occidental (1928–1931) and Congressman of the 3rd District of Negros Occidental; son
  • Arsenio Lacson – Congressman, 2nd District of Manila (1949–1952) and mayor of Manila (1952–1962)
  • Daniel Lacson – former governor of Negros Occidental
  • Dennis Lacson – councilor, Imus, Cavite
  • Eusebio Lacson – former mayor of Tibiao, Antique
  • Jose Carlos Lacson – Congressman, 3rd District of Negros Occidental (1987–1998; 2001–2010)
  • Panfilo Lacson – senator
  • Rafael Lacson – former governor of Negros Occidental and mayor of Talisay, Negros Occidental
  • David Aliman Lacson – former councilor of Kaliling Cauayan Negros Occidental (1983–1987)
Lagman Albay and Quezon City
  • Edcel Lagman – former memberpine House of Representatives from Albay's 1st district (1987–1998, 2004–2013)
    • Alex Burce Lagman – former mayor of Tabaco (1992–1995, 2001–2004)
    • Krisel Lagman Luistro – former member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Albay's 1st district (1998–2004)
    • Edcel Lagman, Jr. – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Albay's 1st district (2013–present), former Quezon city councilor (2004–2012)
    • Ivy Xenia Lim-Lagman – former Quezon city councilor (2012–2013)
Lapid Pampanga
Lapus Tarlac
  • Jeci A. Lapus – Congressman, 3rd District of Tarlac
  • Jesli Lapus – former Congressman, 3rd District of Tarlac, Education Secretary (2006–2010)
Laurel Batangas
Lazatin Pampanga
  • Rafael Lazatin – former governor, Pampanga (1951–1959); former mayor, Angeles Pampanga (1972–1980); former Assembly (1984–1986)
    • Carmelo "Tarzan" F. Lazatin – former Representative, Pampanga 1st District (1997–1998; 2007–2013); former mayor, Angeles City
      • Carmelo "Pogi" G. Lazatin Jr. – mayor, Angeles City (2019–present)
      • Carmelo "Jonjon" Lazatin – Representative, Pampanga 1st District (2019–present)
Leachon Oriental Mindoro and Calapan
Leaño Romblon
  • Santiago Leaño y Gara (Tablas mayor); uncle of Mutya Reyes y Madeja y Leaño (Barangay captain of Dapawan in Odiongan, Romblon); granduncle of Calatrava mayors and brothers Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche y Leaño
  • Ronnie Fortu y Noche (mayor of Calatrava); son of Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla (mayor of Calatrava, Romblon); brother of Elmer Fortu y Noche (mayor of Calatrava); grandnephew of Tablas mayor Santiago Leaño y Gara; first cousin once removed of Mutya Reyes y Madeja y Leaño (Barangay captain of Dapawan in Odiongan, Romblon)
  • Elmer Fortu y Noche (mayor of Calatrava); son Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla (mayor of Calatrava, Romblon); brother of Ronnie Fortu y Noche (mayor of Calatrava); grandnephew of Tablas mayor Santiago Leaño y Gara; first cousin once removed of Mutya Reyes y Madeja y Leaño (Barangay captain of Dapawan in Odiongan, Romblon)
  • Mutya Reyes y Madeja y Leaño (Barangay captain of Dapawan in Odiongan, Romblon); niece of Santiago Leaño y Gara (mayor of Tablas); cousin-in-law of Prudencio Fortu y Fondevilla (mayor of Calatrava); and first cousin once removed of Elmer and Ronnie Fortu y Noche, mayors of Calatrava
Leviste Batangas
  • Feliciano Leviste – former governor of Batangas (1947–1971)
    • Expedito Leviste – former member of the Interim Batasang Pambansa (1978–1984) and Reperesntative of Batangas' 2nd District (1969–1972)
  • Antonio Leviste – former governor of Batangas (1972–1980)
  • Mark Leviste – incumbent Batangas vice-governor (2007–2016, 2019–present)
Lecaroz Marinduque and Batangas
  • Francisco "Paquito" M. Lecaroz, Congressman (1957–1972), mayor of Sta. Cruz, Marinduque (1980–1986)
  • Aristeo M. Lecaroz, provincial governor (1967–1988)
  • Vicente M. Lecaroz, mayor of San Juan, Batangas (1967–1986)
Librado Davao City
  • Erasto L. Librado: Davao city councilor (1992)
    • Marlene A. Librado: wife, Davao city councilor (1993–2001)
    • Angela A. Librado: daughter, Davao city councilor (2001–2010)
    • Leah A. Librado: daughter, Davao city councilor (2010–2019)
Lim Southern Leyte
  • Napoleon Cuaton, elected mayor of 2013 elections in Saint Bernard belongs to the Lim family.
  • Joy Lim-Bungcaras, elected vice mayor of 2013 elections. She is the eldest daughter of Felix B. Lim.
  • Roseller Lim, (February 9, 1915 – July 5, 1976) was a Filipino politician who served as a member of the Senate and House of Representatives from 1949 to 1963. He also served as Court of Appeals Justice from his appointment in 1973 until his death. Lim was known as the "Great Filibuster," after he filibustered for more than 18 hours in an attempt to prevent the election of Ferdinand Marcos as President of the Senate. Roseller Lim was born to Antonio Lim and Mercedes Tarroza. He earned his law degree from Silliman University in 1940, and passed the bar the same year. He married Amy Schuck of Jolo, Sulu and had five children — Rosamy, Mercibel, Victoria, Roseller Jr., and Amy. Lim was the first senator to served from the city of Zamboanga.
  • Jose Lim Tecson (1971–77), "The Administrator" served as governor of Zamboanga del Sur.
  • Dunga Lim (Fiscal, Shipping Magnate and Major Copra dealer), a direct descendant of one of the first Chinese nationals whose business prospered in St. Bernard formerly known as Himatagon even before the Second World War of Gama Lim . He is a major copra dealer in Southeast Asia including the Third Millennium Oil Mills.
  • Maria Lim (mayor), St. Bernard, incumbent mayor during the landslide in 2006. Sister of Fiscal Dunga Lim
  • Felix Lim (vice mayor), St. Bernard, who is the second cousin of Fiscal Dunga Lim. He also served as the mayor of the same town for three consecutive terms.

Connie Corominas-Lim, still contested mayoralty race in Ozamis City (2010), wife of businessman Eugene Lapasaran-Lim, owners of Geegee Mall and 168 Park Mall Cebu City, captain in Reservist AFP, from Corominas family of Cebu.

Lim Palawan

Political civil servants from the Lim family of Coron, Palawan

  • Don Vicente Abe Lim – municipal president (American Regime)
  • Hon. Ricardo Fernandez Lim – Son of Don Vicente Lim. mayor during the Marcos Years for almost twenty years.
  • Hon. Luis Fernandez Lim – barangay captain then municipal vice mayor, then mayor of Coron, Palawan.
  • Hon. Jim Gerald Lim Pe – Sangguniang Bayan member then Sangguniang Panlalawigan (provincial board member, councilor's League of Palawan president) and concurrent municipal vice mayor of Coron (2013).
  • Hon. Melchor Zaldy Lim – Sangguniang Bayan (Kabataang Barangay president) during the Marcos years.
  • Hon. Nelson Reyes Lim – Sangguniang Bayan member.
  • Hon. Arthur Echague Pe. Sangguniang Bayan member.
  • Hon. Dr. Shatter Cruspero Lim – Sangguniang Bayan member.
  • Hon. Dr. Christopher Cruspero Lim – Sangguang Kabataan Federation president then full Sangguniang Bayan member.
  • Hon. Dr. Bryan Lim Palanca – Sangguniang Bayan member (Sangguang Kabataan Federation president)
  • Hon. Fabiana Timbangcaya Lim – Sangguniang Bayan member then barangay captain of Barangay Poblacion 5 and acting mayor during the last years of the administration of former mayor Candelaria Reyes.
  • Hon. Leo Gajardo – Sangguniang Bayan member of the Municipality of Busuanga, Palawan. Illegitimate son of Neri Lim.
  • Hon. Ricardo Sebastian Lim – Barangay Kagawad, Barangay 5.
  • Hon. Jocelyn Lim Alcaraz – Barangay Kagawad, Barangay 5.
  • Hon. Ricardo Cruz Uy – Barangay Kagawad, Barangay 5 and vice-president Sangguniang Kabataan Federation.
  • Hon. Prime Kenneth Lim De Vera – Barangay Kagawad, Barangay 3.
  • HRH Datu Dr. Fernando Macolor Cruz – noble member of the Lim family of Coron, Palawan. Royal blood datu from the old kingdom of Taytay, Palawan and adopted son of the Tagbanua people of Coron Island. Educator, poet, columnist and civic leader. Founder of the International Stateless Persons Organisation. Listed 2015 Marquis Who's Who in the World.
Limcuando Manila
Limcuando Laguna Political civil servants from the Limcuando family of Pagsanjan, Laguna
  • Dionisio Limcuando – councilor,[53] Municipality of Rizal, Laguna; assumed the position of mayor sometime between 1941 and 1945 during the Japanese occupation of the Philippines.
Lobregat Zamboanga City
Locsin Negros Occidental and Iloilo
Lopez Iloilo
Lucero-Caparroso Northern Samar
  • Clodualdo Lucero – governor, Samar Island (1916–1922)
  • Cayetano Lucero – governor, Samar Island (1940–1944)
  • Wilmar Lucero – Congressman, Northern Samar (1992–1998)
  • Antonio Lucero – vice governor, Northern Samar (2007–2010)
  • Albert Lucero – Board Member, Northern Samar
  • Glicerio Caparroso – councilor, Palapag, Northern Samar
  • Jesus Caparroso Cepeda – councilor, Palapag, Northern Samar
  • Luzviminda Caparroso – councilor, San Roque, Northern Samar
  • Victoriano Caparroso – councilor, San Roque, Northern Samar

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Family name City/Province Family members
Macapagal Camarines Sur, Pampanga and Zambales
Madrigal(-Collantes) Batangas
  • Vicente Madrigal – senator of the Philippines (1945–1953)
    • Pacita Madrigal-Warns – senator of the Philippines (1955–1961)
    • Manuel Collantes – Mambabatas Pambansa (assemblyman) from Batangas (1984–1986)
    • Jamby Madrigal – Undersecretary of Social Welfare and Development (1992–1998), presidential adviser for children's affairs (1999–2001), senator of the Philippines (2004–2010)
Magsaysay Zambales, La Union
  • Vicente Magsaysay – governor of Zambales (1967–1973, 1973–1980, 1980–1986, 1998–2007), Mambabatas Pambansa, Region III (1978–1984)
    • Mitos Magsaysay – daughter-in-law of Vicente;[54] member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Zambales' 1st District (2004–2013)
    • Brother of Vicente (father of Ramon Sr) was not a politician
      • Ramón del Fierro Magsaysay7th president of the Philippines (1953–1957); member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Zambales' Lone District (1946–1950)
        • Ramon Magsaysay, Jr. – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Zambales' Lone District (1965–1969), senator of the Philippines (1995–2007)
      • Genaro Magsaysay – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Zambales' Lone District (1957–1959), senator of the Philippines (1959–1965, 1965–1971, 1971–1973)
      • Sister of Ramon Sr (mother of Antonio) was not a politician
        • Antonio Magsaysay Diaz – nephew of Ramon Sr.;[56] member of the Philippine House of Representatives from the 2nd District of Zambales
    • Milagros Aquino Magsaysay – cousin of Ramon Jr.;[57] 2nd Nominee, Senior Citizens Partylist (Awaiting Proclamation)
Maliksi Cavite
  • Erineo "Ayong" Maliksi – chairman, Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) 2015–present, representative of the 3rd District (2010–2013) and the 2nd District (1998–2001); governor (2001–2010); mayor of Imus (1988–1998)
    • Emmanuel L. Maliksi – mayor of Imus (2007–2010; December 28, 2011 – March 18, 2013; April 12, 2013 – present), son of Erineo
Mangudadatu Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao
    • Congressman Sultan Pax S. Mangudadatu, – former 3-term mayor of Lutayan, governor of Sultan Kudarat and Congressman of 1st District of Sultan Kudarat
    • governor Suharto T. Mangudadatu, – former mayor, Congressman and incumbent governor of Sultan Kudarat
    • mayor Bing Mangudadatu mayor of Lutayan, Sultan Kudarat
    • Congressman Raden Sakaluran Congressman of 1st district of SK – son-in law of Pax
    • governor Esmael Mangudadatu – 3-term mayor of Buluan, board member of Maguindanao and incumbent governor of Maguindanao – nephew of Pax Mangudadatu
    • mayor Ibrahim Mangudadatu – mayor of Buluan, Maguindanao
    • mayor Freddie Mangudadatu – mayor of Mangudadatu, Maguindanao
    • mayor Z. Mangudadatu – mayor of Pandag, Maguindanao
    • Assemblyman Khadaffeh Mangudadatu – assymblyman of ARMM
    • vice–mayor King Jazzer Mangudadatu – vice mayor of Buluan, Maguindanao
    • vice–mayor Prince Dilangalen – vice mayor of Pandag, Maguindanao nephew of Gov. Toto
    • Bai Elizabeth Mangudadatu – ABC president of Mangudadatu Municipality
    • Bai Gina Mangudadatu – ABC president of Buluan, Maguindanao
Manrique Boac, Marinduque
  • Pacito "Cito" Manrique, Cabeza de Barangay
    • Andres Manrique – municipal councilor
    • Ciriaco Manrique – vice mayor, municipal councilor
      • Asuncion Manrique-Mantaring – councilor (Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro), daughter of Ciriaco
        • Mervin Mantaring-vicedo – barangay councilor (Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro), grandson of Asuncion
      • Celestino M. Manrique – municipal councilor (1971–1986), son of Ciriaco
        • Justin Angelo J. Manrique – SK chairman, Barangay Tampus (2018–present), grandson of Celestino
      • Antonio S. Manrique – municipal councilor, cousin of Celestino
Marcos Ilocos Norte
  • Mariano Marcos – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Ilocos Norte's Second District (1925–1931)
    • Ferdinand Edralin Marcos – President of the Philippines (1965–1986), Prime Minister of the Philippines (1978–1981), senator of the Philippines (1959–1965), member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Ilocos Norte's Second District (1949–1959)
      • Imelda Marcos – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Ilocos Norte's Second District (2010–present), member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Leyte's First District (1995–1998), Mambabatas Pambansa from Region IV-A (1978–1984), governor of Metropolitan Manila (1975–1986)
      • Imee Marcos – senator of the Philippines (2019–present), governor of Ilocos Norte (2010–2019), member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Ilocos Norte's Second District (1998–2007), assemblyman from Ilocos Norte (1984–1986)
      • Bongbong Marcos – senator of the Philippines (2010–2016) member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Ilocos Norte's Second District (1992–1995, 2007–2010), governor of Ilocos Norte (1983–1986, 1998–2007), vice governor of Ilocos Norte (1980–1983)
    • Elizabeth Marcos-Keon – governor of Ilocos Norte (1971–1983)
      • Michael Marcos Keon – governor of Ilocos Norte (2007–2010), board member of Ilocos Norte (2004–2007)
Masigan Isabela
Mastura Maguindanao

The Masturas came from a royal lineage that started its rule in the Sultanate of Maguindanao (what is now the entire island of Mindanao in the Philippines) around the 12th century. Their ancestor, Sharif Kabungsuwan, the first ruler of Maguindanao, brought Islam in the Philippines. Also known from their lineage is the warrior monarch, the very powerful Sultan of Maguindanao, Sultan Kudarat, who defended his kingdom, the Sultanate of Maguindanao from Spanish occupation. The absolute monarchy of their family was dissolved in the 20th century. The entire kingdom of Maguindanao has been reduced from being the entire Mindanao island itself into a regular Filipino province in the south.

Matalam family Maguindanao
Mendiola/Siojo/Mercado Bulacan, Pampanga, Mindoro, Samar
  • Alfredo Lim y Siojo – former senator of the Philippines (2004–2007), mayor of the City of Manila (1992–1998, 2007–2013), former NBI Director.
  • Don Miguel Siojo – municipal president of San Miguel de Mayumo, Bulacan (1908–1912), owner of Siojo Mansion of Bulacan.
  • Atty. Felipe Siojo Buencamino Sr. – a lawyer and former member of the Malolos Congress.
  • Atty. Marcelo Dungca Mendiola – former mayor of Floridablanca, Pampanga (1956–1959), former Clerk of Court of Pampanga. Son of Don Felix Mendiola y Siojo Sr., a cousin of mayor Alfredo Lim.
  • Jose Dungca Mendiola – former mayor of Floridablanca, Pampanga (1968–1971), a brother of Atty. Marcelo Mendiola, grandson of Doña Marcela Mendiola y Siojo de Buencamino-Francisco and the revolutionary leader Don Felipe Buencamino y Siojo.
  • Tito Morales Mendiola – former mayor of Floridablanca, Pampanga (1986–1992), PhilHealth vice president. Son of Atty. Marcelo Mendiola.
  • Felmar "Jojo" Mendiola – councilor of Floridablanca, Pampanga (2004–present), grandson of Atty Marcelo Mendiola.
  • Don Martin S. Mercado – municipal president of Minalin, Pampanga (1907–1910)
  • Don Simplicio Tolentino-Mendiola – Capitan Municipal, the equivalent of mayor, (1881) of Kuliat (now Angeles City)
  • Mario "Gene" Mendiola – former mayor of San Jose, Mindoro Occ. and current vice governor of Occidental Mindoro.
  • Pedro T. Mendiola Sr. – former congressman of Occidental Mindoro.
  • Don Benito de Mendiola – alcalde-mayor de Pampanga (c. 1598), notary of Spanish fleet-successor of Don Diego Lopez.
  • Don Pedro Muñoz de Mendiola – captain and sargento-mayor in the royal camp of Manila (c. 1627) and Gobernador de Moluccas 1636–1640.
  • Señor Gil Lopez y Mendiola – engineer who oversaw building of bridges and roads across the Visayas and Mindanao, many of which are still used to this day.
  • Pedro K. Mendiola – representative of Samar Province (1916–1922).
Mindalano Lanao del Sur and Lanao del Norte
Mitra Palawan
  • Ramon V. Mitra – former senator, Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, representative from Palawan
    • Ramon Mitra III – candidate for the 2010 and 2013 General Elections; former soldier
    • Abraham Kahlil B. Mitra – governor of Palawan (2010–2013) and representative, 2nd District of Palawan (2001–2010)
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Family name From Family members
Nepomuceno Pampanga
  • Pio Rafael Nepomuceno y Villaseñor – b. 11 Jul 1817 d. 30 Apr 1858; Gobernadorcillo (mayor) of Angeles, Pampanga, in 1852
    • Juan Gualberto Nepomuceno y Henson (son of Pio Rafael) – b. 12 Jul 1852 d. 25 Apr 1923; Gobernadorcillo (mayor) of Angeles, Pampanga, in 1879 and 1880; Presidente Municipal (mayor) of Angeles, Pampanga, 1898 Sep to 1899 (under the First Philippine Republic); Delegate from Pampanga to the Malolos Congress, 1898 Sep 15 to 1899 Nov 13
  • Francisco 'Quitong' G. Nepomuceno – former Pampanga governor, congressman and city mayor of Angeles
  • Juanita 'Saning' L. Nepomuceno – former Pampanga governor, assemblywoman, congresswoman
    • Francis "Blueboy" L. Nepomuceno – mayor, Angeles (2007–2010) and vice mayor (1995–1998); representative, 1st District of Pampanga (1998–2007)
    • Robin '"Bombing" L. Nepomuceno – former Pampanga vice-governor, former ABC president/city councilor, former barangay captain of Cutcut, Angeles (one of the Nepomuceno's bailiwicks and vote rich barangay in the city)
    • Cecilia C. Nepomuceno – Punong Barangay, Cutcut, Angeles and wife of Bombing
      • Atty. Bryan C. Nepomuceno – vice mayor, Angeles (2016-2019); councilor, Angeles (2010–2016)
Noriel-Joson Nueva Ecija
  • Eduardo L. "Tatang" Joson – governor of Nueva Ecija (1959–1992)
    • Eduardo Tomas "Tommy" Noriel Joson III – governor of Nueva Ecija (1992–1995)
    • Eduardo Nonato "Edno" Noriel Joson – assemblyman (1984–1986), governor of Nueva Ecija (1995–1998), Congressman of the 1st District of Nueva Ecija (1987–1992, 2007–2010)
    • Mariano Cristino "Boyet" Noriel Joson – former mayor of Quezon, Nueva Ecija (1998–2001), vice governor of Nueva Ecija (2004–2007)
    • Eduardo Danding Joson III – former vice mayor of Quezon Nueva Ecija (1980–1989),
    • Josefina Manuel-Joson – Congresswoman of 1st District of Nueva Ecija (1998–2007, 2010–2013)
    • Edward Thomas Filart Joson – former vice governor of Nueva Ecija (2007–2010)
    • Eduardo Basilio "Dale" Joson – mayor of Quezon, Nueva Ecija
    • Jose Francis Steven "Bopet" M. Dizon Joson – mayor of Guimba, Nueva Ecija
    • Arvin Salonga Joson – former mayor of San Antonio, Nueva Ecija
    • Marcus Nicholai Joson – mayor of Quezon, Nueva Ecija

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Family name From Family members
Olivarez Parañaque and Laguna
  • Dr. Pablo Olivarez – mayor, Municipality (now City) of Parañaque (1992–1995); barangay chairman of San Dionisio (2010–present), father
    • Edwin Olivarez – son of Pablo; vice-governor of Laguna (2004–2007); representative of the 1st District of Parañaque City (2010–2013), mayor of Parañaque City (2013–present)
    • Eric Olivarez – son of Pablo; councilor, Parañaque City (2004–2013), representative of the 1st District of Parañaque City (2013–present)
    • Shanine Olivarez – daughter of Pablo; SK chairperson Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque City (2010–2013), councilor Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque City (2013–present)
Ortega[61][62] La Union
  • Joaquin Ortega[61] – former governor of La Union appointed by the Taft Commission on August 15, 1901, and served until 1904
    • Joaquin L. Ortega, Jr.[61] – son of Joaquin, former councilor, provincial board member, representative of the 1st District of La Union to the 7th Congress of the Philippines (1969–1972) and Batasang Pambansa (1978–1986) and as a provincial governor (1988–1992)
    • Francisco L. Ortega[61] – son of Joaquin, former representative of the 1st District of La Union to the 10th Philippine Legislature (1934–1935), 3rd National Assembly (1941–1946), 3rd (1953–1957), 4th (1957–1961), and 5th Congress of the Philippines (1961–1965), was a councilor and mayor of San Fernando, La Union.
      • Victor Francisco Ortega[61] – son of Francisco Sr;[63] current representative of the 1st District of La Union to the 14th Philippine Congress, former representative to the 8th (1987–1992), 9th (1992–1995), 10th (1995–1998), and former governor of La Union (2001–2007);
        • Mary Jane Ortega[61] – wife of Victor, former mayor of San Fernando City, La Union (1998–2007)
      • Manuel Ortega[61] – son of Francisco Sr;[63] current governor of La Union, former representative of the 1st District of La Union to the 11th (1998–2001), 12th (2001–2004), 13th (2004–2007) Congress of the Philippines;
        • Alfredo Pablo R. Ortega[61] – son of governor Manuel C. Ortega, current councilor of San Fernando City who chairs the Committee on Social Services and Committee on Information Technology and Communication.
        • Jennifer Joan O. Manquiat – daughter of Manuel,[63] who served as her father's Chief political affairs officer at the House of Representatives
        • Francisco R. Ortega III – son of Manuel;[63] former provincial board member (1998–2001) and former councilor (2001–2007) of San Fernando City, La Union
      • Pablo C. Ortega[61] – son of Francisco Sr;[63] current mayor of the capital of La Union, San Fernando City, former councilor (1998–2001), provincial board member (2001–2004) and councilor (2004–2007);
      • Mario C. Ortega[61] – barangay captain of San Fernando, up to present;
      • Roberto C. Ortega[61] – son of Francisco Sr;[63] former councilor, Baguio City (1995–2001, 2013–2017);
        • Roberto Ortega Jr. – son of Robert, former councilor of Manila (1998–2007, 2010–2019)
      • Francisco C. Ortega Jr.[61] – son of Francisco Sr;[63] current councilor of San Fernando City, La Union (2001–2007);
      • Jose Maria C. Ortega[61] – son of Francisco Sr;[63] former Barangay chairman in Bauang, La Union; provincial board member of La Union (2004–2007);
      • Ramon C. Ortega[61] – son of Francisco Sr;[63] Executive assistant of the City Government of San Fernando up to present;
      • Mario Lacsamana – nephew of Manuel;[63] councilor, San Fernando City, La Union (2001–2007)
      • Carlos N. Ortega – Solicitor General, Dipolog City Zamboanga del norte
      • Ma. Fe G. Ortega – Bangkal, Makati
    • Joaquina Ortega (not a politician); daughter of Juaquin, mother of Justo Jr.
      • Justo O. Orros, Jr. – cousin of Manuel;[63] former governor of La Union (1992–2001) and ambassador to Mexico, grandson of Joaquin Ortega to Joaquina Ortega.
      • Jonathan Justo Orros[61] – son of Justo Jr;[64] former provincial board member of La Union (2001–2007).
      • John Orros – nephew of Manuel;[63] councilor of San Fernando City (2001–2007).
    • Joaquin T. Kining Ortega – son of Jose (Pepe), son of Joaquin Ortega – vice mayor, mayor, provincial board member, Administrator and vice chairman of National Tobacco Administration, appointed presidential consultant on agriculture to President Fidel Ramos and died when he was going to assume the position.
      • Tomas Joaquin B. Ortega (TJ) – son of Joaquin "Kining" Ortega, Elected as municipal councilor of Bacnotan, La Union in 2013
      • Josemari B. Ortega (Joey) – municipal Council Secretary 2004–2007, San Fernando, La Union
Osmeña Cebu

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Family name From Family members
Pacquiao General Santos, Sarangani
  • Manny Pacquiao: member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Sarangani's at-large congressional district (2010–2016), senator (2016–present)
    • Jinkee Pacquiao, wife of Manny: vice governor of Sarangani (2013–present)
  • Bobby Pacquiao: member of the Philippine House of Representatives from OFW Family Club Partylist (2019–present); city councilor of General Santos City
  • Rogelio Pacquiao: member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Sarangani's at-large congressional district (2016–present)
Padua Pasay
  • Rey Padua, Sr.: incumbent and outgoing councilor, 2nd district of Pasay (1995?–2001?),2001–2006, 2007–2016
    • Irish Padua: former councilor (2001–2006, 2007–2010)
    • Aileen Padua-Lopez: incumbent and re-electionist councilor, 2nd District (2013–present)
Palacio Batangas
Paguio-Pizarro Bataan
    • Francisco Paguio (Spanish Era): first mayor of Pilar
    • Carlos Paguio-Pizarro Sr.: mayor of Pilar
    • Teddy Pizarro: mayor of Pilar (1979–1985)
    • Estrella Pizarro de Leon: mayor of Pilar (1985–2004)
    • Carlos Pizarro Jr.: mayor of Pilar (2004–2013) provincial administrator (2013–present)
    • Kaye Pizarro: Sanguniang Kabataan provincial president/board member (2010–2013)
    • Benjamin Paguio: vice mayor of Pilar (1985–2004), councilor (2004–2013)
    • Manuel Paguio: councilor (1985–2004) (2010–2013)
    • Juan Paguio: chairman Brgy. Sta. Rosa (1985–2004)
    • Pretimino B. Paguio Sr.: Brgy chairman Balut II (1986–1990)
    • Federico Paguio: councilor Las Piñas (2001–2004)
    • Pretimino Paguio Jr.: president, SK of Pilar (1986–1990) councilor (1986–1992)
    • Melchor Paguio: Brgy. chairman Balut II (1988–2004) councilor (2002–2004)
    • Alicia Pizarro: mayor (2013–present)
    • Oding Paguio: councilor (2001–2010) (2013–present)
    • Victor Pizarro: councilor (2007–present)
    • Joseph Paguio: councilor Balanga City (2010–present)
    • Ferdinand Pizarro Paguio: Brgy. chairman Bagumbayan Pilar (2010–present)
    • Enrico Paguio: Brgy. chairman Burgos (2007–present)
Pasculado Lanao del Norte
Petilla Leyte
Piccio Negros Occidental
Pimentel Cagayan de Oro
  • Aquilino Pimentel, Jr.: 1971 Constitutional Convention delegate, mayor of Cagayan de Oro City (1980–1984), Mambabatas Pambansa (Assemblyman) from Cagayan de Oro City (1984–1986), senator of the Philippines (1987–1992, 1998–2010)
    • Aquilino Pimentel III: National Youth Commission Commissioner for Mindanao (1996–1998), senator of the Philippines (2011–present)
Pineda Pampanga
  • Lilia Garcia Pineda: governor of Pampanga (2010–present), mayor of Lubao (1992–2004), former provincial board member
    • Dennis Garcia Pineda: vice-governor of Pampanga (2013–present), mayor of Lubao (2004–2010), former president of Pampanga's mayors League of the Philippines
    • Mylene Pineda Cayabyab: mayor of Lubao (2010–2019)
    • Yolanda Miranda Pineda: mayor of Santa Rita (2007–2016)
Plaza[65] Agusan del Sur, Agusan del Norte, Cagayan
  • Democrito Plaza:[65] governor (1992–1995)
  • Valentina Plaza:[65] governor (1971–1988, 1998–2001)
    • Democrito Plaza II: Butuan mayor (1992–2001, 2004–2010)
    • Leonides Theresa Plaza: Butuan mayor (2001–2004)
    • Rodolfo Rodrigo Plaza:[65] Agusan del Sur representative (2001–2010)
    • Adolph Edward Plaza:[65] Agusan del Sur governor (2001–2007, 2010–present)
    • Ma. Valentina Plaza:[65] Agusan del Sur governor (2007–2010)
    • Randolph Plaza: Butuan councillor
    • Derick Plaza: Butuan councillor
    • Charito "Ching" Plaza: Agusan del Norte representative
Ponce Enrile Cagayan
Puno Pampanga

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Family name From Family members
Rama Cebu, Davao del Sur
  • Don Vicente Rama "The Father of Cebu City" (Senator (1941–1947) / 1st National Assemblyman / (Congressman (1922–1935) / 1st City mayor of Cebu (1938–1940) / councilor – Cebu City)
  • Dr. Osmundo G. Rama (governor – Cebu) (1969–1976, 1986–1988)
  • Atty. Napoleon G. Rama Sr., PLH (Constitutional Commission Floor Leader / Philippine Legion of Honor (Grand Commander Rank) 2011/ Ninoy Aquino Memorial Award 1990 / Premio Zobel Award 1992)
  • Eduardo L. Rama, Sr. (governor / Congressman – Agusan del Norte)
  • Enrique Rama (vice governor – Cebu)
  • Michael L. Rama (mayor (2010–2016) / vice mayor (2001–2010; 2019–present) / city councilor – Cebu City)
  • Carl Jason Rama ( mayor of Kiblawa, Davao del Sur, 2016–present)
  • Edgar Rama (mayor / vice mayor – Poro, Cebu)
  • Luciano D. Rama Jr.(mayor / vice mayor – Poro, Cebu)
  • Edmundito N. Rama (vice mayor, councilor – Kiblawan, Davao del Sur)
  • Capt. George Rama (Barangay captain / city councilor – Cebu City)
  • Capt. Ike Rama (Barangay captain, Bisang, Cebu)
  • Eduardo Roa Rama, Jr. (city councilor – Cebu City)
  • Clemente Rama (city councilor – Cebu City)
  • Fernando Rama (city councilor – Cebu)
  • Vincent Rama (city councilor, Ormoc City)
  • Caren Torres Rama (city councilor, Ormoc City)
  • Dario C. Rama (postmaster general / CEO of Philippine Postal Corporation / vice chairman and director of Overseas Filipino Bank)
  • Haley Rama Sy (Barangay councilor – Cebu)
Ramos Pangasinan
Rances Camarines Sur
  • Crisanto S. Rances – former board member (1988–1992), vice governor (1992–1995) and board member (1998–2004)
Recto Batangas
  • Claro M. Recto – (former senator 1945–1946; 1953–1960 and representative of the 3rd District of Batangas 1919–1928)
    • Rafael R. Recto – (former Assemblyman, Batasang Pambansa 1984–1986), son of Claro M. Recto
      • Richard Recto – (former vice governor of Batangas 1995–2001; 2004–2007)
      • Ralph G. Recto – (former representative of the 4th District of Batangas 1992–2001 current senator 2001–2007 and 2010–present), son of Rafael Recto
      • Vilma Santos Recto – (former mayor of Lipa, Batangas 1998–2007, former governor of Batangas 2007–2016, current representative of the 6th District of Batangas), wife of Ralph Recto
Remulla Cavite
Revilla Cavite
Reyes Marinduque
  • Damian J. Reyes (governor 1925–1929)
    • Edmundo M. Reyes, Sr. (former Commissioner of Immigration), son of Damian Reyes
    • Luisito M. Reyes, provincial vice governor (1980–1988), provincial governor (1988–1995), son of Damian Reyes
    • Remedios Reyes-Festin, mayor of Boac, Marinduque (1980–1986), daughter of Damian Reyes
    • Carmencita Reyes (Ongsiako) former Congresswoman 1987–1998, 2007–2010, former assemblywoman (1978–1986), governor (1998–2007, 2010–2019), wife of Edmundo Sr.
      • Edmundo O. Reyes, Jr. – congressman (1998–2007), son of Edmundo Sr. and Carmencita
      • Regina Ongsiako Reyes – congresswoman (2013–2017), daughter of Edmundo Sr. and Carmencita
Reyes Palawan
  • Don Francisco "Paquito" Reyes – mayor of Coron during the Second World War.
  • Mario Reyes Sr. Son of Don Paquito – mayor of Coron by appointment during the administration and presidency of H.E. Corazon C. Aquino.
  • Joel Tolentino Reyes. Son of Mario Reyes, Sr. – Provincial board member, then vice-governor of Palawan, then governor of Palawan with the untimely demise of governor Salvador Socrates which he retained for the next three full terms.
  • Mario T. Reyes, Jr. Son of Mario Reyes, Sr. and brother to Gov. Joel T. Reyes – Sangguniang Bayan member of Coron, Palawan, then municipal vice mayor, then mayor of Coron, Palawan.
  • Clara Espiritu Reyes. Wife of Ex-governor Joel T. Reyes – vice-governor of the Province of Palawan. current mayor of Coron, Palawan.
Robredo Camarines Sur
Roco Camarines Sur
Rodriguez Rizal

Eulogio Rodriguez (1906–1916), Municipal President of Rizal (1906–1922), governor of Rizal, Congressman of Nueva Vizcaya (1924–1925), Congressman of Second District of Rizal (1925–1934), Secretary of Commerce and Agriculture (1934–1941), Senate President (1953–1963)

Roman Bataan
  • Antonino P. Roman – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Bataan's First District (1998–2007), Presidential Legislative Liaison Office (PLLO) Secretary from 2010 to 2012
    • Herminia Roman – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Bataan's First District (2007–2016)
      • Geraldine Roman – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Bataan's First District (2016–present)
Romero-Muñoz-Calumpang Negros Oriental
Don Fernando Agustín Velaz de Medrano Bracamonte y Dávila: Marquis of Tabuerniga, 14th Marquis of Cañete (GE), 6th Marquis of Fuente el Sol, 8th Marquis of Navamorcuende, 15th Lord of Montalbo, Knight of the Order of Malta[66][67][68][69]
Romualdez-Lopez Leyte
  • Don Francisco Lopez of Granada, Spain – Grand Patriarch and founder of the Lopez-Romualdez Clan of Leyte; Spanish friar and silversmith. He built the Pandacan Church in Manila where he served as parish priest, and installed the Santo Niño de Cebu as the patron of the parish. He owned vast tracts of land in Leyte and Manila, including the land where the Malacañang Park compound currently stands (the Bahay Pangarap, current residence of President Benigno S. Aquino III, is located within the same compound), until his grandchildren by his only daughter, Trinidad Lopez, donated it to the Philippine government.
  • Doña Trinidad Lopez-Romualdez (Romualdez line Matriarch)
  • Daniel Romualdez Sr. (Romualdez line Patriarch)
  • Fidel G. Romualdez – former councilor of Julita, Leyte, both ran for mayor and vice mayor during 1992–2000 (His father is Gaudencio G. Romualdez a younger brother of Imelda Romualdez-Marcos – Philippine First Lady; Minister of Human Settlements; governor of Metro Manila; currently representative of Ilocos Norte). John Lorenz 'JOLO' Maat Romualdez Son of Fidel G. Romualdez, run for barangay councilor in Parang Marikina 2013 SK Kagawad 2009–2010. Gma7 Artist/Host Walang tulugan with the mastershowman co host. Cielo De Angelina Teleserye.
  • Don Antonio Lopez (Lopez line patriarch) – managed the Lopez family's vast coconut and abaca plantations in Leyte
    • Señor Gil Mendiola Lopez – engineer who oversaw building of bridges and roads across the Visayas and Mindanao, many of which are still used to this day
      • Captain Generoso Lopez – World War II veteran; captain of Philippine Airforce; one of the first commercial pilots in the Philippines (Philippine Airlines); ran for governor of Leyte but, although leading in the surveys, backed out in favor of his cousin, Norberto Romualdez Jr.
          • Michael Acebedo Lopez – presenter on The Bottomline; 'The Outstanding Young Persons' of the World recipient (2007); former National Youth Commissioner; board member, Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB); former delegate to the United Nations General Assembly in New York. A grandson of Caridad Duterte Del Mar-Lopez of Cebu and Captain Generoso Lopez of Leyte, he is a member of the Lopez-Romualdez clan of Tacloban (Granada, Spain), the Del Mar family of Pari-an, Cebu, and the Acebedo family, known for the largest optical chain in the country.
          • Nina Rica Lopez Terol-Zialcita – writer and editor, president and deputy editor of ProPinoy.net; co-founder of Writer's Block Philippines; former editor-in-chief of asianTraveler. Granddaughter of Caridad Duterte Del Mar-Lopez of Cebu and Captain Generoso Lopez of Leyte, she is a member of the Lopez-Romualdez clan of Tacloban (Granada, Spain), the Del Mar family of Pari-an, Cebu.
          • Ena Marie Lopez Terol – photographer, granddaughter of Caridad Duterte Del Mar-Lopez of Cebu and Captain Generoso Lopez of Leyte, he is a member of the Lopez-Romualdez clan of Tacloban (Granada, Spain), and the Del Mar family of Pari-an, Cebu.
Romualdo Camiguin
Romulo Quezon City, Pasig and Valenzuela
Roxas Capiz
Roxas Pasay
  • Dr. Lito Roxas – former councilor,1st district (1998–2004), former congressman of Lone District of Pasay (2007–2010)
    • Jenny Roxas – incumbent councilor, 1st district (2013–present)

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Family name From Family members
Salceda Albay
  • Jesus Salceda, Sr. – mayor of Polangui, Albay
    • Jesus "Jesap" S. Salceda, Jr. – vice mayor of Polangui, Albay
      • Joey Salceda – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Albay's Third District (1998–2007), governor of Albay (2007–2016)
San Pedro San Jose del Monte, Bulacan
  • Rogelio San Pedro; mayor of San Jose del Monte, 1988–1991
    • Reynaldo "Rey" San Pedro; mayor of San Jose del Monte, 2010–2016; son of Rogelio[71]
    • Ricardo San Pedro; barangay captain, San Martin II, 2004–2013; son of Rogelio[71]
    • Francisco San Pedro; second-cousin of Reynaldo[71]
      • Thelma San Pedro; councilor, San Jose del Monte 2004–2013; wife of Francisco[71]
Santillan Batangas, Cavite, Manila, Antique, Albay, Pampanga
  • Lauro L. Santillan – appointed Barangay Lieutenant(barangay chairman) Brgy. San Fernando, Malvar, Batangas/ municipal councilor c. 1950
    • Jose P. Santillan – Cavite 1973 Constitutional Convention Delegate
    • Errol T. Santillan – antique candidate for provincial vice-governor 2010
    • Oscar Santillan – Legazpi city councilor 2010
    • Erwin "EJ" C. Santillan – 2010 Sanguniang Kabataan City of Manila 5th District Brgy.693 Zone 75
    • Jon Santillan Wong – candidate representative of the 3rd [Legislative District of Batangas] 2004; provincial board member 3rd District of Batangas 2001
    • Gregorio M. Santillan Sr. – elected mayor of San Simon, Pampanga 1953–1956
Saquilayan Cavite
  • Homer Saquilayan – vice mayor of Imus, Cavite, 1998–2001, mayor of Imus, Cavite 2001-March 2004; June 2004-April 2007; June 2010-December 2011; March 18 – April 11, 2013, Board Member of the 3rd District of Cavite June 2016-June 2019
    • Edgardo T. Saquilayan – barangay captain, Bucandala, Imus, Cavite 2002–2013, city councilor of Imus, Cavite, 2013–2021t[72]
      • Edgardo D. Saquilayan, Jr. – City Public Information Officer, 2013–present[73]
      • Nerien "Yen" B. Saquilayan – city councilor of Imus, Cavite 2021–present [74]
Sarmiento Buenavista, Marinduque
  • Agaton Sarmiento, mayor
    • Recaredo Sarmiento, mayor, son of Agaton
      • Ofelia Sarmiento Madrigal, mayor, daughter of Recaredo
        • Russel Sarmiento Madrigal, Barangay Captain, mayor (2010–2019), son of Ofelia
  • Jose Antonio Carrion, governor (1995–1998, 2007–2010), nephew of Recaredo
  • Sergio Sarmiento Rey, councilor, nephew of Agaton
    • Felicismo P. Del Mundo, councilor, son-in-law of Sergio
    • Hannilee Rey Siena, vice mayor, councilor, granddaughter of Sergio
      • Justin Angelo Manrique, councilor (Boac, Marinduque), great-grandson of Sergio
Singson-Gacula Ilocos Sur
  • Chavit Singson – former governor, mayor of Narvacan, Ilocos Sur 2019–present
  • Eric Singson – representative, 2nd District of Ilocos Sur, 9th, 10th, & 12th Congress
  • Grace G. Singson – representative, 2nd District of Ilocos Sur, 11th Congress
  • Eric G. Singson, Jr. – representative, 2nd District of Ilocos Sur, 15th Congress (2010–2013)
  • Allen G. Singson – mayor, City of Candon Ilocos Sur (2010–2013)
  • Ricardo Gacula – representative, 2nd District of Ilocos Sur, 2nd Congress (1949–1953), 3rd Congress (1953–1957)
  • George Ricardo Gacula – mayor, Taytay, Rizal (July 2004–June 2013, July 2016–present)
  • Ryan Luis Singson – governor of Ilocos Sur (2013–present)
  • Ronald Singson – representative of the 1st District of Ilocos Sur (2010–2012, 2013–2016)
Sinsuat Maguindanao
  • Datu Sinsuat Balabaran – appointed senator of Philippine Commonwealth (1934)
    • Mama Sinsuat – commissioner
    • Blah Sinsuat – Maguindanao Delegate, 1935 Constitutional Convention, Congressman, Entire Province of Cotabato (North Cotabato, South Cotabato & Cotabato City), 2nd Congress of the Philippines, Speaker Pro Tempore during the Marcos Administration
    • Duma Sinsuat – governor, Cotabato Province (1942–1945)
    • Pidtukasan Sinsuat – mayor, Dinaig, Maguindanao (now Datu Odin Sinsuat Municipality) (dates cannot be recalled)
    • Odin Sinsuat – mayor, Dinaig, Maguindanao (now Datu Odin Sinsuat Municipality) (dates cannot be recalled)
    • Kused Sinsuat – board member, 1st District of Maguindanao (dates cannot be recalled)
    • Ombra Sinsuat – mayor, Datu Odin Sinsuat Municipality (dates cannot be recalled), vice mayor, Datu Odin Sinsuat Municipality (2010–present)
    • Lester Sinsuat – mayor, Datu Odin Sinsuat Municipality (2001–present)
    • Bimbo Sinsuat – undefeated assemblyman, 1st District of Maguindanao (dates cannot be recalled), vice governor, Maguindanao Province (2001–2004)
    • Roonie Sinsuat – assemblyman, 1st District of Maguindanao (2001–2012) Speaker, Regional Assembly, Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) (2004–2012)
    • Russman Sinsuat – board member, Province of Maguindanao (2001–2010)
    • Sandra Sinsuat-Sema – Congresswoman, 1st District of Maguindanao & Cotabato City (2010–present)
    • Mando Sinsuat – mayor, Cotabato City (1947–1967)
    • Michael "Datu Puti" Sinsuat – mayor (1963–1984), (1992–2001) president, League of the Municipalities of the Philippines, Maguindanao Chapter executive vice-president, League of the Municipalities of the Philippines, National Chapter
    • Israel Sinsuat – mayor, South Upi, Maguindanao (dates cannot be recalled)
    • Michael "Baby Dats" Sinsuat – ABC chairman, Upi, Maguindanao (1992–2010)
    • Jaberael "Datu Jay" Sinsuat – board member, 1st District of Maguindanao (dates cannot be recalled)
    • Jabaar Sinsuat – ABC chairman, South Upi, Maguindanao (dates cannot be recalled), appointed mayor, South Upi, Maguindanao (dates cannot be recalled)
    • Fatima Sinsuat – mayor, Upi, Maguindanao (1980–1986), chairwoman, Philippine National Red Cross (2000–present)
    • Ibrahim Sinsuat – appointed mayor, Datu Blah Sinsuat Municipality (2006–2010)
    • Abdullah "Ugcog" Sinsuat – mayor, Upi, Maguindanao (1960–1963)
    • Mohammad "Unting" Sinsuat – appointed mayor, Upi. Maguindanao (1986–1987), mayor, Upi, Maguindanao (1987–1992)
    • Marcial Sinsuat – mayor, Datu Blah Sinsuat (2010–present)
    • Datu Nguda Sinsuat – chairman of barangay capiton, Dinaig (now Datu Odin Sinsuat Municipality) (dates cannot recalled)
Sotto Cebu, Quezon City, Parañaque and Pasig
  • Filemon Sotto – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Cebu's Third District (1907–1909, 1909–1912, 1912–1916), former senator of the Philippines (1916–1922)
    • Vicente Sotto – member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Cebu's Second District (1922–1925), senator of the Philippines (1946–1950)
    • Tito Sotto – vice mayor of Quezon City (1988–1992), senator of the Philippines (1992–1998, 1998–2004, 2010–present)
    • Val Sotto – councilor, 2nd district of Parañaque City (2004–2013)
    • Gian Sotto – councilor, 3rd District of Quezon City (2010–2019), vice mayor – (2019–present)
    • Lala Sotto – councilor, 6th District of Quezon City (2013–present)
    • Wahoo Sotto – councilor, 2nd district of Parañaque City (2013–present)
    • Vico Sotto – councilor, 1st district of Pasig (2016–2019), mayor of Pasig (2019–present)
Suarez Quezon
  • Don Miguel Suarez –
    • Danilo Suarez – representative, 3rd District of Quezon (1992–2001 and 2004–2013) governor, Quezon (2019–present)
    • Aleta Suarez – representative, 3rd District of Quezon (2001–2004) and wife of Danilo
      • David "Jayjay" Suarez – governor, Quezon (2010–2019); vice governor, Quezon (2004–2007) representative (2019–present)
      • Donaldo Suarez – provincial board member, Quezon
Sumulong Rizal
  • Juan Sumulong: senator (1925–1935)
    • Lorenzo Sumulong: son of Juan;[75] representative, 2nd district, Rizal (1946–1949); senator (1954–1972)
      • Victor Sumulong: son of Lorenzo;[75] representative, lone district, Antipolo (1998–2001); representative, 2nd district, Antipolo (2001–2007); mayor, Antipolo (2007–2009)
      • Lorenzo Juan Sumulong III: grandson of Lorenzo; councilor, 2nd district, Antipolo (2009–2010)
    • Francisco Sumulong: son of Juan;[75] representative, 2nd district, Rizal (1957–1961; 1984–1986; 1987–1992)
      • Francisco Sumulong Jr.: son of Francisco; barangay captain, Dela Paz, Antipolo (2004–2007)
      • Cecilia Sumulong David: daughter of Francisco; deputy secretary general, House of Representatives[76]
    • Emigdio Sumulong Tanjuatco, Jr.: grandson of Juan;[76][77] representative, 2nd district, Rizal (1984–1986; 1987–1998)
      • Emigdio Tanjuatco III: son of Emigdio Jr.; provincial board member, 2nd provincial district, Rizal (2013 – )[78]
    • Demetria Sumulong, daughter of Juan, was not a politician

T[edit]

Family name From Family members
Tawantawan Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur Sultan Gaos Tawantawan – Warlord of undivided Lanao and Misamis (Patriarch of the Family);
  • Pangantapan Tawantawan – mayor of Salvador (1967–1971), brother of Sultan Gaos;
  • Macabangkit Tawantawan – Board Member 2nd District Lanao del Norte (2007–2010), (2010–2013), grandson of Sultan Gaos;
  • Johnny A. Tawantawan – mayor of Salvador (1992–1995), (1995–1998), (1998–2001), Great grandson of Sultan Gaos;
  • Dagoroan A. Mindalano – mayor of Madamba (2010–2013), (2013,2016), (2016–present) Great grandson of Sultan Gaos;
  • Omeraidah A. Mindalano – mayor of Madalum (2016–present) Great granddaughter of Sultan Gaos:
  • Raida Tawantawan – mayor of Salvador (2001–2004), (2004–2007), (2007–2010), Wife of Johnny;
  • Sonaya Tawantawan – SK Federated President of Lanao del Norte (2010–2013);
  • Hassanor Tawantawan – mayor of Salvador (2010–2013), (2013–2016), (2016–present) Son of Johnny;
Tan Samar
  • Milagrosa Tan – board member, 2nd District of Samar (1998); governor of Samar (2001–2004–2007); representative, 2nd District of Samar (2010–2013–2016)
    • Sharee Ann Tee Tan – representative, 2nd District of Samar (2007); governor of Samar (2010–2013–2016), daughter
    • Stephen James Tee Tan – vice governor of Samar (2010–2013–2016), son
Tañada Quezon
Teves-Pinili Negros Oriental and Muntinlupa
  • Hermino G. Teves – former governor, former Congressman 3rd district
    • Gary Teves – former Congressman -3rd district, governor – Negros Oriental, Secretary of Finance of the Philippines
    • Henry Pryde Teves – Congressman – 3rd district, mayor of Bayawan City 2015–present
    • Dandan Teves Leon – Councillor – Dumaguete City
    • Arnolfo Jr. "Arnie" Teves – Congressman – 3rd district
    • Don Julian Lajato Teves – former governor
    • Melchor Teves – former Councillor – 1st district of Muntinlupa
    • Danny Henry Teves – Punong Barangay, Putatan, Muntinlupa
    • Ringo Teves – Councillor – 1st district of Muntinlupa
    • Phanie Teves – Councillor – 1st district of Muntinlupa
    • Annalie Teves – barangay councilor, Barangay Poblacion, Muntinlupa
    • Danilo R. Teves – barangay captain, Barangay Putatan, Muntinlupa
    • Enrique Teves Villanueva – mayor of Bais, governor of Negros Oriental, Congressman
    • Bindoy Teves Villanueva – mayor of Bais, governor of Negros Oriental, Congressman, senator, Secretary of Labor
    • Mercedes Teves Goni – mayor of Bais City 2013–2019
    • Jessica Jane J. Villanueva – councilor of Bindoy and Board Member 3rd District Negros Oriental
    • Jose Victor V.Imbo –2008–2019 councilor of Dumaguete City
Tiangco Navotas
  • Toby Tiangco, mayor (1998–1999, 2000, 2001–2010, 2019–present), representative (2010–2019)
  • John Rey Tiangco, mayor (2010–2019), representative (2019–present)
Tolentino Cavite
  • Francis Tolentino – former Tagaytay city mayor (1995–2004), MMDA chairman (2010–2015), senator (2019–present)
  • Abraham Tolentino – former Tagaytay city mayor (2004–2013), representative of Cavite's 7th District (2013–present)
  • Agnes Tolentino, current Tagaytay city mayor (2013–present)
Ty Surigao del Sur

(mother, children and grandchildren)

  • Doña Adela Serra-Ty (mayor / governor)
    • Don Mario Serra-Ty (mayor / Assemblyman / Congressman / chair. committee on Health in the house of representatives / Author of Republic Act No. 7901 which created Caraga Region on February 25, 1995), son of Adela
    • Felicidad Ty-Pimentel (vice-governor / governor), daughter of Adela
      • Marybeth Ty-Delgado (vice mayor / mayor)
      • Vicente Ty-Pimentel (mayor / governor), son of Felicidad
      • Johnny Ty-Pimentel (vice-governor), son of Felicidad
      • Alexander Ty-Pimentel (vice mayor / mayor), son of Felicidad
      • Larry Ty-Montesclaros (provincial board member)

U[edit]

Family name From Family members
Umali Nueva Ecija, Oriental Mindoro, Lipa, Batangas, Olongapo City and Zambales
  • Alfonso Umali, Sr. – governor of Oriental Mindoro (1968–1980)
    • Alfonso Umali Jr. – 2nd District congressman (2001–2010), governor of Oriental Mindoro (2010–present)
    • Reynaldo Umali – 2nd District congressman (2010–present)
  • Aurelio "Oyie" Matias Umali – governor of Nueva Ecija (2007–present), Congressman of the 3rd District of Nueva Ecija (2001–2007)
    • Czarina Domingo-Umali – Congressman of the 3rd District of Nueva Ecija (2007–present)
      • Reuben L. Umali – mayor of Lipa City 1992–2001
      • Col. Vicente Umali – colonel of the Armed Forces of the Philippines
    • Virgilio R. Umali-councilor of Olongapo City (2001*)
    • Willie R. Umali – Brgy. Captain of Barangay Kalaklan, Olongapo City (2013–present)
Ungab Davao City
  • Isidro Ungab: congressman, Davao City third district (2007–2016, 2019–present),[79] councilor, Davao City (1995–2004)
  • Alberto Ungab: congressman, Davao City third district (2016–2019), brother of Isidro
Uy Compostela Valley, Isabela and Zamboanga del Norte
  • Jose Uy (mayor / vice mayor 1960s–1970s Gamu Isabela)
  • Tomas Tobon Uy (mayor 1980s–1990s Gamu Isabela)
    • Edwin Uy (Congressman 2nd district / 2001–2010)
    • Nestor M. Uy (Brgy. Kagawad/ ABC president, barangay captain/ councilor 2007–2013/ mayor present Gamu Isabela)
    • Arnel Uy Ty (Partylist Congressman LPGMA 2010–present)
      • Carlito Uy (vice mayor 1989–1992 Burgos Isabela)
      • William T. Uy (mayor 2010–present Aurora Isabela)
      • Kervin Francis Uy (mayor present Burgos Isabela)
      • Charlton L. Uy (councilor 2010–2013/ mayor present Cabatuan Isabela)
      • Antonio J. Uy (councilor 2010–present Ilagan Isabela)
      • Christopher Uy (vice mayor 2010–present Tumauini Isabela)
      • Arthur Uy (councilor 2007–2013 Gamu Isabela)
  • Kenny Val Uy Ong – councilor (2007–2016) Dipolog City
  • Arturo T. Uy – board member 2nd District of Compostela Valley (2004–2007,2016–present ) governor 2007–2016 Compostela Valley
  • Jayvee Tyron L. Uy – board member 2nd District of Compostela Valley 2013–2016, governor 2016–present

V[edit]

Family name From Family members
Velasco Marinduque
  • Presbitero Velasco – governor of Marinduque (2019–present)
    • Lorna Quinto-Velasco – wife of Presbitero Velasco – mayor of Torrijos, Marinduque (2016–present), representative of MATA party-list (2013–2016)
    • Lord Allan Jay Velasco – son of Presbitero Velasco – representative of lone district of Marinduque (2010–2013, 2016–present))
    • Tricia Velasco-Catera – daughter of Presbitero Velasco – representative of MATA party-list (2016–2019)
Violago[80] Nueva Ecija
  • Eleuterio Rueda Violago – representative of the 2nd district of Nueva Ecija (1992–1998, 2001–2007), mayor of San Jose City, Nueva Ecija (1986)
    • Alexander Sobrepeña Belena[80] – mayor of San Jose City, Nueva Ecija (2001–2007)
    • Marivic Violago Belena[80] (Wife of Alex S. Belena) – mayor of San Jose City, Nueva Ecija (2007–2016)
    • Joseph Gilbert F. Violago[80] – representative of the 2nd district of Nueva Ecija (2007–2016)
    • Mikki S. Violago[80] (Wife of Joseph Gilbert F. Violago) – representative of the 2nd district of Nueva Ecija (2016–present)
Villafuerte Camarines Sur
  • Mariano Villafuerte Sr. – former representative of the 1st District of Camarines Sur 1928–1934, governor of Camarines Sur 1942–1945
    • Luis Villafuerte – assemblyman from Camarines Sur 1984–1986, governor of Camarines Sur 1995–2004, representative of the 2nd District of Camarines Sur 2004–2010, representative of the 3rd District of Camarines Sur 2010–2013
      • Nelly A. Favis-Villafuerte – Undersecretary for the International Sector (Trade Promotion and Marketing Group), Department of Trade and Industry (July 1998 – May 2000); Undersecretary for the Regional Operations Group, Department of Trade and Industry (May 2000 – 2005); wife of Luis
    • Mariano Villafuerte Jr. – vice mayor of Naga City 1960–1963
    • Luis Raymond Villafuerte – governor of Camarines Sur (2004–2013), son
    • Migz Villafuerte – governor of Camarines Sur (2013–present), grandson
Villarreal Capiz

Y[edit]

Family name From Family members
Yap Tarlac
  • Jose "Aping" Yap, Sr; mayor of Victoria, Tarlac, 1951–1955; congressman, second district of Tarlac; governor, Tarlac, 1998–2007
    • Victor Yap; governor, Tarlac, 2007–2016; mayor, Victoria, Tarlac, 1988–1998; son of Aping[81]
    • Susan Yap-Sulit; congressman, second district of Tarlac; daughter of Aping[81]
    • Jose Yap, Jr; mayor, San Jose, Tarlac; son of Aping; governor of Tarlac, 2016–present[81]
Yllana Parañaque
  • Anjo Yllana – city councilor, 5th district of Quezon City, 2013–2019; city vice mayor, 2004–2007; city councilor, 1998–2004
  • Jomari Yllana – city councilor, 1st district, 2016–present
  • Ryan Yllana – city councilor, 2nd district, 2013–2019
    • Regina Jean Yllana – city councilor, 2nd district, 2019–present; wife of Ryan.
Ynares Rizal
  • Casimiro Ynares Sr. – Binangonan mayor from 1952 to 1956. Father of Casimiro Jr., Cesar and Cecilio.
    • Casimiro "Ito" Ynares Jr. – governor of Rizal Province from 1992 to 2001 then from 2004 to 2007/ Also served as Binangonan mayor in 1971 and was unchallenged for 15 years because no elections were conducted after President Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law in 1972/ Served as the municipality's mayor once more in 1988. / Father of incumbent Rizal governor Casimiro Ynares III.
      • Rebecca "Nini" Alcantara-Ynares – Wife of Casimiro Ynares Jr. and was the first and only woman Rizal governor from 2001 to 2004 / Set to reclaim her former post as she vies for the gubernatorial race against independent candidates Ana Mariela Bush and Esteban Salonga in the 2013 elections.
      • Casimiro "Junjun" Ynares III – Son of former Rizal governors Casimiro "Ito" Ynares Jr. and Rebecca "Nini" Alcantara-Ynares/ On his third and last consecutive term as governor (2007–2013)/ Married to Andrea Bautista, sister of Senator Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr whose family is also politically entrenched in Cavite province / Junjun is also running in Antipolo City's mayoral race against incumbent mayor Danilo Leyble in the 2013 elections.
    • Cecilio "Boyet" Ynares – another son of Casimiro Sr./ incumbent mayor of Binangonan, elected in 2007 elections/ Running for his third consecutive term.
    • Cesar M. Ynares – also a son of Casimiro Sr./ Won unopposed as Binangonan mayor for three consecutive elections – in 1998, 2001, and in 2004.

Z[edit]

Family name From Family members
Zamora San Juan City
  • Manuel B. Zamora Sr – (1935–1961) Protocol Officer to Malacañang
  • Sergio Bayan – (1937–1939) mayor of Baguio
  • Ronaldo Zamora – (1974–1975) Assistant Executive Secretary to the President; (1976–1978) Legal Affairs to the Office of the President; (1978–1983) Batasang Pambansa; (1998–2001) Executive Secretary; (1987–present) incumbent Congressman of San Juan City, brother of mining and energy magnates and political donors Manuel Bayan Zamora Jr and Salvador Bayan Zamora
    • Francis Zamora – vice mayor of San Juan (2010–2016) incumbent mayor of San Juan (2019–present); Son of Ronaldo B. Zamora
Ziga Albay
  • Venancio Ziga – former governor of Albay (1946–1951), former Congressman of Albay's First District (1961–1969)
    • Lorenzo Ziga – former Congressman of Albay's First District (1949–1956)
    • Tecla San Andres Ziga – former Congresswoman of Albay's First District (1956–1961), former senator of the Philippines (1963–1969)
    • Victor Ziga – former assemblyman from Albay (1984–1986), former senator of the Philippines (1987–1992)
    • Ricky Ziga – former board member of Albay (2010–2013)
Zubiri Bukidnon
  • Jose Ma. R. Zubiri, Jr. – incumbent governor of Bukidnon
    • Juan Miguel Zubiri – senator (2007–2011, resigned post due to allegations of poll fraud; 2016–present); son of Jose Ma. R. Zubiri, Jr.
    • Jose Zubiri III – representative, 3rd District of Bukidnon
    • Ignacio W. Zubiri – incumbent mayor of the city of Malaybalay.

See also[edit]

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