Philippine Senate elections, 1934
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Legislative elections were held on June 5, 1934 in the Philippines. Manuel L. Quezon and Sergio Osmeña were re-elected in the Philippine Senate and still arch-rivals since the Nacionalista Party broke up in 1922.
This will be the last Senate election until 1946 since the Constitutional Commission abolished the Senate by creating the unicameral National Assembly. The Senate would be restored with amendments to the constitution that would have been first applied in 1941, but World War II intervened and the elected senators would have not served until 1946.
- ^1 Died on June 2, 1935.
House of Representatives
Philippine House election, 1934