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Ferdinand "Bongbong" R. Marcos, Jr. (born September 13, 1957), widely known as Bongbong Marcos, is a Filipino politician and senator in the 16th Congress of the Philippines. A member of the Nacionalista Party, Marcos chairs several senate committees, including the Committee on Local Government and the Committee on Public Works, and is a member of several other committees. He is the second child of Ferdinand E. Marcos, the former President of the Philippines (1965–1986), and former First Lady Imelda R. Marcos. He is a former congressman and former governor of Ilocos Norte before his election to the Senate in 2010. Marcos also previously served as Deputy Minority Leader of the House of Representatives. Marcos was born on 13 September 1957. He is the second child of Ferdinand E. Marcos (1917–1989), former President of the Philippines, and Imelda Remedios Visitacion Romualdez. He was born just two days after his father turned 40 years old. Marcos took up kindergarten in Institucion Tereciana, Quezon City from 1962 to 1963, and then elementary in La Salle Greenhills from 1963 to 1969. He finished his secondary education in Worth School, England from 1970 to 1974. Marcos earned a Special Diploma in Social Studies in Oxford University, England from 1975 to 1978. From 1979 to 1981, he undertook graduate coursework in Business Administration at Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania. Marcos appeared on his father's true-to-life story film, Iginuhit ng Tadhana, as himself, along with Vilma Santos as his sister Imee Marcos, Luis Gonzales as his father and Gloria Romero as his mother. The film was released before 1965 elections. His political career started with his election to Ilocos Norte's vice-gubernatorial post in 1980. His term expired in 1983. He then was elected as Representative of the 2nd district of Ilocos Norte in the Congress of the Philippines, serving from 1992 until 1995. He again was elected to the gubernatorial post in 1998. He ran against his father's closest friend and ally, Roque Ablan Jr., and served for three consecutive terms ending in 2007. He ran, unopposed, for the congressional seat in the 2007 Philippine Elections, which was previously held by his older sister Imee. He is the founder of Confederation of Ilokano Associations Incorporated. He ran for a national post, as a Senator in the 2010 elections. He placed 7th with 13,169,634 votes. On November 20, 2009, the KBL forged an alliance with the Nacionalista Party (NP) between Marcos and NP Chairman Senator Manny Villar at the Laurel House in Mandaluyong City. Marcos became a guest senatorial candidate of the NP through this alliance. Marcos was later removed as a member by the KBL National Executive Committee on November 23, 2012. As such, the NP broke its alliance with the KBL due to internal conflicts within the party, however Bongbong remained part of the NP senatorial line-up. He was proclaimed as one of the winning senatorial candidates of the 2010 senate elections. He took office on June 30, 2010. He is married to Louise Cacho Araneta, with 3 sons: Ferdinand Alexander III (born 1994), Joseph Simon (born 1995) and William Vincent (born 1997). Official website of Bongbong Marcos Biography at Senate.gov.ph Official social media Bongbong Marcos official Facebook page @bongbongmarcos official Twitter account Bongbong Marcos official YouTube channel Government offices Preceded by Rodolfo C. Fariñas Governor of Ilocos Norte 1998–2007 Succeeded by Michael Marcos Keon Preceded by Elizabeth M. Keon Governor of Ilocos Norte 1983–1986 Succeeded by Rodolfo C. Fariñas House of Representatives of the Philippines Preceded by Imee Marcos Member of the House of Representatives from Ilocos Norte's 2nd district 2007–2010 Succeeded by Imelda Marcos Preceded by Mariano R. Nalupta, Jr. Member of the House of Representatives from Ilocos Norte's 2nd district 1992–1995 Succeeded by Simeon M. Valdez
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