My Campaign

With the playing field now leveled after his return, Sen. Bong Revilla is fueled to maximize his strong comeback by reaching as many a Filipino as possible. Through his sincerity and overwhelming love of country, he is determined to pick up where he left off and continue what he has started to uplift the lives of his fellow kababayans.

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Lakas - CMD

As Chairman of LAKAS-Christian Muslim Democrats, one of the most prominent political parties in the Philippines, Sen. Bong Revilla has enjoyed the support of the country’s movers and shakers in public service.

Endorsed by hugpong Ng Pagbabago

With his credentials as a legislator, Sen. Bong Revilla was adopted by Hugpong ng Pagbabago, a regional party established by Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte which has been emerging as an influential force in the realm of politics.

Better half, driving force

In his absence from the public eye, Sen. Bong’s wife, Bacoor City Mayor Lani Mercado, has actively represented him in events and important functions to extend his message to the Filipino people.

Latest Survey

Former Senator Ramon Bong Revilla, Jr. expressed gratitude over the results of the latest survey conducted by the Social Weather Stations (SWS) placing him in the 7th spot for preference for Senator. He said he was particularly more thankful because in a survey conducted by SWS just three months ago, he was outside the “Magic 12” in the 18th position with just 15%.

“I am greatly humbled by the outpouring of support. Having more than doubled my numbers in just three months is very humbling,” Revilla said. “Maraming salamat sa lahat ng patuloy na nagdasal, hindi bumitaw at patuloy na sumusuporta (I am very thankful to those who did not stop praying, always believed and always supported me),” he added.


In 2010, the reelectionist senator became the candidate who gathered the most number of votes in Philippine electoral history. With 19,513,521 votes based on the official count of the Commission on Elections (COMELEC), he even surpassed the votes garnered by the elected president. At the present 15th Congress, he continues to pursue social justice, travel safety, lower tax, community empowerment and infrastructure development. He is also pushing for the passage of his separate bills that would grant P125 daily across- the- board increase in the salary of workers in the private sector and P6,000 wage increase for government employees. 


19,513,521 votes

#1 National Candidate

19,513,521 votes based on the official count of the Commission on Elections (COMELEC)

"I am so honored when I learned that more than 19 million people cast their votes on me. I do not see it as just figures that ensure me for another term in the Senate. I see these votes as number of Filipinos who have entrusted their future in us, a number of people whom I will be accountable for if I fail, but, nevertheless, a number of people who will also extend their hand in building a better Philippines," -Bong Revilla

From executive posts, he made his way into the legislature by almost garnering the most number of senatorial votes in the 2004 elections.  


From executive posts, he made his way into the legislature by almost garnering the most number of senatorial votes in the 2004 elections. Though then just a neophyte lawmaker, Senator Bong Revilla headed two important committees during the 13th Congress, namely the Senate Committee on Public Information and Mass Media and the Senate Committee on Public Works. Through his chairmanship of the latter, he fought corruption in the government. He exposed over-delayed completion of infrastructure projects and recommended the sacking of irresponsible DPWH officials. Also during the said Congress when he pushed for the lowering of amusement taxes slapped on movies which paved the way for revival of the then struggling local film industry. In his first three years in the Upper House, he was the senator who has the most number of bills passed into law. 

Being a legislator did not stop his being a man of action. Rather than confining himself to legislative duties inside the walls of the Senate, he continued to reach out further to the needy especially those in the far-flung barangays nationwide through his Kalusugan Ating Pangalagaan medical assistance program and Karunungan Ating Palaguin educational assistance program. Aside from these undertaking, he also conducts on-site inspections on damaged government infrastructure and relief operations, under his Kaagapay sa Araw ng Pangangailangan program, even during the darkest height of calamities and away from the spotlight. For him, services and benefits must surely be felt by the people. 

During the 14th Congress, Senator Bong Revilla pushed his travel safety advocacies both as chairman of the Senate Committees on Public Works and on Public Services. Among his remarkable accomplishments then is his exposé on sex video scandal and the passage of his pet bill, the Mandatory Helmet Act, which obliged all motorcycle riders, including the backriders, to wear standard protective helmet to reduce the alarming motorcycle-related accidents in the country. Because of the said road safety measure, he was named Safety Ambassador both by the Land Transportation Office (LTO) and Suzuki Philippines Inc. 

The senator, whose bills and laws he filed during the 13th and 14th Congress can be summed up to direct service to people, improving the lives and enhanced the livelihood of the people, vowed to formulate more laws that will equip people to accelerate development.