Legislative districts of the Philippines
Representation to the legislature traces its origin during the Spanish era, when the Philippines was granted representa
From 1916 to 1935, the Philippines was divided into 12 senatorial districts. Each district, except for the twelfth senatorial district elect two senators to the Senate. The senators from 12th senatorial district were appointed by the U.S. Governor-General. Since 1941, when the Senate was restored all twenty-four senators were elected at-large in intervals.
Agusan del Norte
- First District since 1987.
- Second District since 1987.
- Defunct: Lone District from 1969 to 1972, and 1984 to 1986.
Agusan del Sur
- First District since 1907.
- Second District since 1907.
- Third District since 1907.
- Defunct: Fourth District from 1931 to 1946.
- Lone District since 1907.
Growth of Representative districts
- "Legislative districts of the Philippines." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legislative_districts_of_the_Philippines.