I was still not a registered voter during that time, but I will share what I remember about the 1992 elections at the national level.
That was the first time presidential elections were held in the country since the 1986 People Power EDSA Revolution. There were seven aspirants in the presidential race.
Fidel V. Ramos of Lakas-NUCD, Miriam Defensor-Santiago of PRP, Eduardo Cojuangco, Jr. of NPC, Ramon Mitra, Jr. of LDP, Imelda Marcos of KBL, Jovito Salonga of Liberal Party, and Salvador Laurel of Nacionalista Party.
Then-president Corazon C. Aquino had the chance to run for a second term. She, however, endorsed instead the candidacy of Ramos, who eventually won the plurality with 23.58% of the vote. Defensor-Santiago placed second with 19.72%.
Actor-turned-mayor-turned-senator Joseph Estrada of PMP won as vice president.
Other contenders were Marcelo Fernan of LDP, Emilio Osmeña of Lakas-NUCD, Ramon Magsaysay, Jr.of PRP, Aquilino Pimentel, Jr. of PDP-Laban, Vicente Magsaysay , Eva Estrada-Kalaw of Nacionalista Party
Many celebrities participated and won in this race, led by Vicente "Tito" Sotto III and Ramon Revilla, Sr.
Twenty years has passed, and many aspects of Filipino life has changed. It seems that politics hasn't.