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President-elect Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III may have made history as the first chief executive elected in an automated election. But do you know he holds more firsts?

In a document issued by historian and Aquino’s inauguration spokesman Manuel Quezon III, Aquino appears to hold many other firsts, including being the first never-been-married president in the country’s history.

Aquino is also the first president with no children.

Although two other former presidents Elpidio Quirino (widower) and Corazon Aquino (widow) were unmarried during their term, they had children unlike Noynoy.

Aquino is also the first president, since 1992, inaugurated into office without having been vice president. His predecessors Joseph Estrada and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo were both vice presidents before becoming Presidents.

He is also the first president to have a February birthday; first to use the suffix –III and first to have graduated from Ateneo.

Aquino also holds the record of being the youngest of the presidents who became chief executive in their 50s. His family’s adversary, former president Ferdinand Marcos came second by becoming president at age of 51.

At 50, Aquino is the 15th president. He is president at the same age at which his father, Benigno S. Aquino Jr. was assassinated.

Aquino ironically shares the Liberal Party with Arroyo’s father, Diosdado Macapagal. Aquino was the first president elected president from LP since Macapagal.

Amusingly, Aquino was also proclaimed president-elect on June 9, 2010, 9 months after his declaration of candidacy on 9/9/09.

A bullet is still embedded in Aquino’s neck, two decades after an attempt against his life during a military coup against his mother. Aquino suffered five bullet wounds while three of his bodyguards died.