List of Leni Robredo 2022 presidential campaign endorsements

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This is a list of notable individuals and organizations who have endorsed Leni Robredo, her running mate Francis Pangilinan, or both of them in their campaign to be elected President and Vice President of the Philippines, respectively, in the 2022 election.

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Endorsements listed once each.

Political endorsements

Cabinet-level officials

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Florencio Abad
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Angel Alcala
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Rolando Andaya Jr.
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Ignacio Bunye
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Albert del Rosario
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Armin Luistro
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Liza Maza
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Solita Monsod
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Thomas Orbos
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Ernesto Pernia
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Manolo Quezon
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Mar Roxas

National-level executive officials and civil servants

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Jose L. Cuisia Jr.
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Rowena Guanzon
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Heidi Mendoza

Diplomats

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Maria Zeneida Collinson
  • Ma. Rosario C. Aguinaldo, Philippine Ambassador to Indonesia (2005–2014) [1]
  • Marilyn J. Alarilla, Philippine Ambassador to Turkey (2011–2013), Philippine Ambassador to Laos (2008–2012) [1]
  • Belen F. Anota, Philippine Ambassador to Australia (2011–2015), Philippine Ambassador to Singapore (2004–2008), Philippine Ambassador to Israel (2002–2004) [1]
  • Jorge V. Arizabal, Philippine Ambassador to Pakistan (2001–2005) [1]
  • Victoria Bataclan, Philippine Ambassador to Belgium and Luxembourg and Head of the Philippine Mission to the European Union (2011–2018), Philippine Ambassador to Norway and Iceland (2007–2009), Philippine Consul-General in Hong Kong (1999–2003) [1]
  • Estrella A. Berenguel, Philippine Ambassador to Vietnam (2005–2010), Philippine Consul-General in Hong Kong (1996–1999) [1]
  • Mary Jo A. Bernardo-Aragon, Philippine Ambassador to Thailand (2012–2019), Philippine Consul-General in Los Angeles (2007–2012) [1]
  • Eva G. Betita, former Philippine ambassador to Brazil [1]
  • Sonia C. Brady, Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs for Policy (2003–2006), Philippine Ambassador to China (2006–2010, 2011–2012), Philippine Ambassador to Thailand (2002–2003), Philippine Ambassador to Myanmar (1995–1999) [1]
  • Blesila C. Cabrera, Philippine Consul-General in Honolulu (2004–2010) [1]
  • Susan O. Castrence, Philippine Ambassador to South Korea (2006–2007) [1]
  • Maria Zeneida Collinson, Philippine Ambassador to Austria and Permanent Representative of the Philippine Mission to the United Nations Office at Vienna, the International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, and the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (2015–2017); Philippine Ambassador to Sweden (2007–2012) [1]
  • Esteban B. Conejos Jr., former permanent representative of the Philippines to the World Trade Organization, Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs [1]
  • Macarthur F. Corsino, former Philippine ambassador to Cuba [1]
  • Claro S. Cristobal, Philippine Ambassador to Egypt (2011–2015), Philippine Consul-General in Hong Kong (2009–2011), Philippine Consul-General in New York City (2018–2020) [1]
  • Petronila P. Garcia, Philippine Ambassador to Canada (2014–2020), Philippine Ambassador to Israel (2007–2011), Philippine Ambassador to Egypt (2004–2007), Philippine Consul-General in New York City (2020–2021) [1]
  • Uriel Norman R. Garibay, former Philippine ambassador to Kenya [1]
  • Leslie B. Gatan, Philippine Ambassador to Canada (2011–2014) [1]
  • Sahid S. Glang, former Philippine ambassador to Bahrain [1]
  • Lourdes Gutierrez-Morales, former Philippine ambassador to Cambodia [1]
  • Danilo T. Ibayan, former Philippine consul-general in Macau [1]
  • Eleanor L. Jaucian, former Philippine ambassador to Hungary [1]
  • Macabangkit B. Lanto, Philippine Ambassador to Egypt (1999–2001) [14]
  • Eduardo M. Maglaya, Philippine Ambassador to Bahrain (2003–2009), Philippine Chargé d' Affaires to Egypt (2010–2011) [1]
  • Bayani V. Mangibin, former Philippine ambassador to Seychelles, former Philippine ambassador to Kenya [1]
  • Delia Meñez-Rosal, former Philippine ambassador to Mexico [1]
  • Clemencio F. Montesa, former Philippine ambassador to Belgium and head of the Philippine Mission to the European Union [1]
  • Aurora Navarro-Tolentino, former Philippine ambassador to Switzerland [1]
  • Cristina G. Ortega, Philippine Ambassador to France and Permanent Delegate to UNESCO (2011–2014), Philippine Ambassador to Belgium and the Head of the Philippine Mission to the European Union (2006–2010), Philippine Ambassador to Australia (2004–2006) [1]
  • Olivia V. Palala, former Philippine ambassador to Jordan and Palestine, former Philippine consul-general in Chongqing [1]
  • Laura Quiambao-Del Rosario, Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs for International Economic Relations (2011–2010), president of Miriam College (2020–present) [1] [15]
  • Cecilia B. Rebong, Permanent Representative of the Philippines to the United Nations Office at Geneva (2013–2016) [1]
  • Crescente R. Relacion, former Philippine ambassador to Qatar [1]
  • Virgilio A. Reyes, Jr., Philippine Ambassador to South Africa (2003–2009), Philippine Ambassador to Italy (2011–2014) [1]
  • Maria Rowena M. Sanchez, former Philippine ambassador to Turkey [1]
  • Melita Sta. Maria-Thomeczek, Philippine Ambassador to Germany (2015–2018) [1]
  • Zenaida Tacorda-Rabago, Philippine Ambassador to Bangladesh (2008–2010) [1]
  • Amado Tolentino Jr., Philippine Ambassador to Qatar (1999–2002), delegate to the Philippine Constitutional Convention of 1971, editor [29]
  • Alejandro Vicente, former Philippine ambassador to Libya [1]
  • Wilfrido V. Villacorta, Philippine Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the ASEAN (2010–2012), Deputy Secretary-General of the ASEAN (2003–2006), member of the Philippine Constitutional Commission of 1986, Dean of the De La Salle University College of Liberal Arts (1983–1986) [19]
  • Hector K. Villaroel, Philippine Ambassador to France (1995–2007) [1]
  • Jaime J. Yambao, Philippine Ambassador to Laos (1997–2001) [1]

Philippine Congress

Senate

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Bam Aquino
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Leila de Lima
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Franklin Drilon
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Dick Gordon
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Risa Hontiveros
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Antonio Trillanes

House of Representatives

Judicial officials

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Hilario Davide Jr.
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Antonio Carpio
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Conchita Carpio-Morales

Local government officials

Provincial officials

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Kaka Bag-ao
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Hilario Davide III
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Murad Ebrahim
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Daniel Fernando
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Edwin Jubahib
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Eugenio Jose Lacson
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Ed Panlilio

City and municipal officials

Military officials

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Emmanuel Bautista

Police officials

Political parties, organizations, and alliances

Non-political endorsements

Academics

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Chel Diokno
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Bienvenido Nebres

Activists and public figures

Business executives and leaders

Fashion figures

Media personalities

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Ogie Alcasid
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Kris Aquino
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Noel Cabangon
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Sharon Cuneta
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Catriona Gray
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Kuh Ledesma
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Angel Locsin
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Daniel Padilla
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Jim Paredes
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Piolo Pascual
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Liza Soberano
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Gary Valenciano
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Regine Velasquez
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Vice Ganda
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Pia Wurtzbach

Sports figures

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Chot Reyes
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Alyssa Valdez

Visual artists, writers, and cultural workers

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Virgilio S. Almario
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Benedicto Cabrera
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Ryan Cayabyab
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Ambeth Ocampo

Organizations

Advocacy groups

  • Alternative Mobility (AltMobility) [429]
  • Life Cycles [429]
  • Move As One Coalition [429]

Cooperatives

  • Alliance of Pavia, Iloilo Jeepney Operators and Drivers Association [429]
  • Banawa Transport Cooperative [429] [430]
  • Bohol Island Operators and Drivers Multipurpose Cooperative [429]
  • Carmen Drivers and Conductors Multi-Purpose Cooperative [430]
  • Cebu Integrated Transport Service Multi-Purpose Cooperative (CITRASCO) [430]
  • Compostela Transport Cooperative [430]
  • First Community Credit Cooperative [169]
  • MandaueLapu-Lapu Transport Cooperative [430]
  • Mandaue Sabang Danao Multicab Drivers and Operators [430]
  • Pit-os Talamban Transport Cooperative [430]
  • United Sugbo Transport Cooperative [430]
  • Visayas United Drivers Transport Cooperative (VUDTRASCO) [430]

Dioceses and religious groups

Educational institutions

Sectoral groups

  • Agriculturists for Leni-Kiko [457]
  • Cordillera Peoples Alliance [458]
  • League of Organic Agriculture Municipalities, Cities and Provinces of the Philippines [459]
  • Pagkakaisa ng mga Samahan ng Tsuper at Operator Nationwide (Piston) [429]

Trade unions

See also

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