One Patriotic Coalition of Marginalized Nationals

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1-Pacman
Colors Red, Green
Seats in the House of Representatives
2 / 297
Website
1pacman.com

The One Patriotic Coalition of Marginalized Nationals (abbreviated as 1-Pacman, and a namesake of Manny Pacquiao) is a political party-list based in the Philippines advocating for the marginalized and displaced sector in the country. In the 2016 national elections, 1-Pacman is one of the contenders in the party-list election. Leading the nominees who will vyied for a seat are Mikee Romero, who is the team owner of GlobalPort Batang Pier in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA)[1] and Erick Pineda, who served as the business manager of Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao.

Among the main platforms of the party-list are to prioritize sports development, education and job creation.[2]

The party-list group has endorsed by top sports personalities including Filipino boxing champion and then-Sarangani representative (now senator) Manny Pacquiao,[3] Philippine Basketball Association players Jayson Castro, Terrence Romeo, James Yap, LA Tenorio and Marc Pingris, actor John Estrada and volleyball stars Rachel Anne Daquis and Aby Maraño.

Electoral history[edit]

Philippine House of Representatives elections, 2016[edit]

For the Philippine House of Representatives elections, 2016.:[4]

  1. Mikee Romero, team owner, GlobalPort Batang Pier and CEO of Global900, Inc.
  2. Enrico Pineda, business manager of Manny Pacquiao and team manager of Mahindra Enforcer
  3. Nicolas "Nick" Enciso VIII, former deputy director general of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
  4. Marvee Espejo, chief finance officer of Global900, Inc.
  5. Atty. Ildebrando Viernesto

Results[edit]

Election Votes % Seats
2016 1,367,795 4.05% Mikee Romero
Enrico Pineda

References[edit]