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Question 1: Imelda was formerly the representative for the 1st District of ________ from 1995 to 1998.
Tacloban CityBiliranSouthern LeyteLeyte

Question 2: The 2010 Philippine House of Representatives elections will be held on May 10, 2010, to elect members to the House of Representatives of the Philippines to serve in the ________ from June 30, 2010 until June 30, 2013.
15th Congress of the Philippines12th Congress of the Philippines13th Congress of the Philippines14th Congress of the Philippines

Question 3: There are several new districts; most notable is the redistricting of ________ from three legislative districts to seven.
BatangasCaviteManilaBulacan

Question 4: Pampanga–2nd: Incumbent president ________ is aiming to be the first president to be elected to a lower office after her presidential tenure.
Mikey ArroyoDiosdado MacapagalGloria Macapagal-ArroyoSubic rape case

Question 5: Malolos, ________ was supposed have to be represented separately from Bulacan's first district in the Philippine House of Representatives, but the Supreme Court invalidated the law (R.A.
Valenzuela CityManilaMetro ManilaBulacan

Question 6: Sandoval run unsuccessfully for Mayor of ________ in 2007.
Las Piñas CityMarikina CityMuntinlupa CityNavotas City

Question 7: The ________ uses parallel voting for seats in the House of Representatives.
East TimorPhilippinesPapua New GuineaUnited States

Question 8: Ilocos Norte–2nd: Former First Lady ________ is running for Congress once again this time in her son's seat.
Pope John Paul IIImelda MarcosBoris YeltsinKonrad Adenauer

Question 9: Pangasinan–2nd: Liberal incumbent Victor Agbayani is running for Governor of ________.
ManilaPangasinanBatangasLingayen, Pangasinan

Question 10: In district elections, 229 ________ will elect one member of the House of Representatives.
Instant-runoff votingPlurality voting systemSingle-winner voting systemVoting system







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