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Legislative districts of Rizal

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Philippines

The Legislative Districts of Rizal, namely the first and second districts are the representations of the Province of Rizal in the Philippine House of Representatives. From 1907 to 1972, the present-day municipality of Pateros and the cities of Caloocan, Las Piñas, Makati, Malabon, Mandaluyong, Marikina, Muntinlupa, Navotas, Parañaque, Pasay, Pasig, Quezon City, San Juan and Taguig and, until 1998, Antipolo City were part of its representation. From 1978 to 1984, it was part of the representation of Region IV-A in the Interim Batasang Pambansa, and from 1984 to 1986, it elected 2 assemblymen at-large in the Regular Batasang Pambansa.

1st District

Period Representative
11th Congress
1998–2001
Gilberto M. Duavit
12th Congress
2001–2004
Michael John R. Duavit
13th Congress
2004–2007
14th Congress
2007–2010
15th Congress
2010–2013
Joel Roy R. Duavit
16th Congress
2013–2016

1987–1998

Period Representative
8th Congress
1987–1992
Francisco S. Sumulong
9th Congress
1992–1993
Manuel R. Sanchez
9th Congress
1994–1995
Gilberto M. Duavit
10th Congress
1995–1998
^1 Disqualified by the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal on December 7, 1993 after ruling he was not a Filipino citizen.
^2 Won the special elections on March 7, 1994.


1907–1972

Period Representative
1st Philippine Legislature
1907–1909
Cayetano Lukban
2nd Philippine Legislature
1909–1912
Jose Lino Luna
3rd Philippine Legislature
1912–1916
Arsenio Cruz Herrera
4th Philippine Legislature
1916–1919
Arcadio Santos
5th Philippine Legislature
1919–1922
Agapito Ignacio
6th Philippine Legislature
1922–1925
Andres Pascual
7th Philippine Legislature
1925–1928
Basilio Bautista
8th Philippine Legislature
1928–1931
Manuel Bernabe
9th Philippine Legislature
1931–1934
Pedro Magsalin
10th Philippine Legislature
1934–1935
1st National Assembly
1935–1938
2nd National Assembly
1938–1941
Francisco Sevilla
3rd National Assembly
1941–1946
1st Congress
1946–1949
Diaz Ignacio Santos
2nd Congress
1949–1953
Eulogio Rodriguez, Jr.
3rd Congress
1953–1957
4th Congress
1957–1961
Benedicto Padilla
5th Congress
1961–1965
Rufino D. Antonio
6th Congress
1965–1969
Edgar U. Ilarde
7th Congress
1969–1972
Neptali A. Gonzales, Sr.
^1 Only areas of Quezon City that formerly belonged to Caloocan, Mandaluyong and San Juan voted as part of Rizal's first district until 1972.

2nd District

Period Representative
8th Congress
1987–1992
Emigdio S. Tanjuatco, Jr.
9th Congress
1992–1995
10th Congress
1995–1998
11th Congress
1998–2001
Isidro S. Rodriguez, Jr.
12th Congress
2001–2004
13th Congress
2004–2007
14th Congress
2007–2010
Adeline Rodriguez-Zaldarriaga
15th Congress
2010–2013
Isidro S. Rodriguez, Jr.
16th Congress
2013–2016

1907–1972

Period Representative
1st Philippine Legislature
1907–1909
Bartolome Revilla
2nd Philippine Legislature
1909–1912
Jose Tupas
3rd Philippine Legislature
1912–1916
Sixto de los Angeles
4th Philippine Legislature
1916–1919
Eugenio Santos
5th Philippine Legislature
1919–1922
Mariano Melendres
6th Philippine Legislature
1922–1925
7th Philippine Legislature
1925–1928
Eulogio Rodriguez, Sr.
8th Philippine Legislature
1928–1931
Santiago Luis
9th Philippine Legislature
1931–1934
Eulogio Rodriguez, Sr.
10th Philippine Legislature
1934–1935
1st National Assembly
1935–1938
Emilio de la Paz
2nd National Assembly
1938–1941
3rd National Assembly
1941–1946
1st Congress
1946–1949
Lorenzo Sumulong
2nd Congress
1949–1953
Emilio de la Paz
Isaias Salonga, Jr.
3rd Congress
1953–1957
Serafin Salvador
4th Congress
1957–1961
Francisco S. Sumulong
5th Congress
1961–1965
Jovito Salonga
6th Congress
1965–1969
Frisco F. San Juan
7th Congress
1969–1972
^1 Only areas of Quezon City that formerly belonged to Marikina, Montalban, Pasig and San Mateo voted as part of Rizal's second district until 1972.
^2 Died in office.
^3 Elected in a special election in 1951, to complete the unexpired term of predecessor.

At-Large (defunct)

Period Representative
National Assembly
1943–1944
Tomas M. Molina
Nicanor A. Roxas
Regular Batasang Pambansa
1984–1986
Francisco S. Sumulong
Emigdio S. Tanjuatco, Jr.

See also

References

  • Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library
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