Resurreccion Borra (October 20, 1935 – August 1, 2020) was a Filipino public servant. He worked as a Career Executive Service Officer (CESO). He also was a commissioner and was the Acting Chairman of the Philippine Commission on Elections. During his term, he became known for forcing strict rules on impeachment.  He also tried to fight against bribery in mayoral races in Manila. He was also critical of the use of modern election machines in the Philippines.
He was nominated to the job by then President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to be COMELEC Commissioner in 2001. He was also nominated by her in 2007 to be Chairman of the Commission on Elections. His nomination was seen as a surprising move after the sudden resignation of former Benjamin Abalos.
In 2003, an investigation and call for him to be criminally charged happened after it was found that he favored some election machine companies over others due to bribes.
- Borra: Ombudsman probe on poll execs' case 'illegal' at GMA Network
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- Philippine Daily Inquirer
- Counting machine contract ‘aboveboard,’ says Abalos at Philstar
- Former COMELEC Commissioner Resurreccion Borra dies at 84 at MSN
- Borra is Comelec OIC; Abalos resignation surprised poll execs at GMA Network
- Retired Comelec Commissioner Borra passes away at age 84 at Manila Bulletin
- Exposés: Investigative Reporting for Clean Government
- Ex-Comelec commissioner Borra passes away at 84 at Newsinfo