CIBAC submits position paper, asks Comelec to include third round seat

 

The distribution of seats in the party-list system always end up controversially. In this May 2019 national election, there’s again an apparent demand to reconfigure or to look at deeper the equal distribution of seats with the total votes almost already tallied.

CIBAC Party-list nominee Atty. Lyndon Cana clearly states the mathematical argument that CIBAC must get three seats instead of the Comelec giving two.

On his FB post, Cana explained the reason CIBAC must be given three seats:

MATHEMATICAL JUSTICE: SO THAT ALL CIBAC SUPPORTERS
AND THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW

The question of whether CIBAC will have a third nominee or not boils down to the application of what is now known as the “BANAT formula” adopted by the Supreme Court in the case of Banat vs. Comelec. Summarized, it goes this way:

Awarding of seats to Party Lists (PL) undergoes three rounds.

In the first round, all PL which have obtained at least 2% of all the votes case for PLs (the minimum required by law to get a seat), get one guaranteed seat each. In this round, 9 PLs, including 4th ranking CIBAC, get one seat each.

In the second round, the formula now becomes the “vote percentage” of the PL is multiplied by the “remaining seats after the first round”, the product of which entitles a PL to another seat for every “whole integer” of the product, “a fraction being considered an integer and no rounding off allowed”.

Thus, in this second round, ACT CIS (the no. 1 PL), and Bayan Muna (the second placer), all get a product in excess of 2%, so they both get two additional seats each. (Only a maximum of 3 seats are allowed per PL). So in this second stage, ACT-CIS and Bayan Muna both get already the maximum 3 seats allowed by law.
With respect to AKO BICOL (AB), the third placer, and CIBAC, the fourth ranked, it appears that they post a less-than-whole 2% product each, with AB scoring somewhere around 1.9%, and CIBAC around 1.7% (canvass of votes not yet complete… we are at 98% canvass as of this writing).
(CIBAC’s current vote percentage is 3.35% of all the votes cast for PL, x 52 remaining seats, because there being 61 seats minus 9 seats awarded in the first round, is 52, so CIBAC’s second round percentage is 1.742%.)

So AB and CIBAC get one additional seat each, because .9% and and .742% are not whole integers and no rounding off is allowed.
Now comes the third round. All the remaining seats not yet awarded, are now distributed to the remaining PLs based on rank until all remaining available seats are occupied.

In this third round, some 40 party lists are waiting in line to receive one seat each till the last seat is occupied according to rank.
And this is where the whole trouble begins. Because CIBAC, which still has a residue of .742% left (making it no. 14 in the ranking for the third round), IS EXCLUDED BY COMELEC in the third round!

What happens then is PLs with LESS THAN WHOLE INTEGERS percentages of their votes, such as those whose votes are less than 200,000, are awarded one seat each, WHILE CIBAC, WHOSE VOTES IS 923,000, is awarded ONLY TWO SEATS, because Comelec’s present rule excludes the “top notchers” (the first group scoring 2% plus in the first round) from the seat allocation in the third round!

Why they are doing that, what is their basis for doing that, is the million dollar question.
All universal and basic notion of “proportionality” and “ranking” is destroyed.

To repeat, a PL with 190,000 votes has one seat, while CIBAC with 923,000 has only two seats.

CIBAC has already submitted its Position Paper on the issue asking Comelec to include us in the THIRD ROUND SEAT ALLOCATION PROCESS, because our residue vote is STILL SO MUCH MORE THAN THE VOTES other PLs have. To emphasize, if PLs with 200,000 votes are able to get one seat in the third round, why is CIBAC EXCLUDED FROM THE THIRD ROUND when it still has 523,000 excess votes of 200,000 plus 200,000 after the second round?

We can only pray that a sense of basic mathematical justice and righteousness grips the Comelec, enough to convince it to adjust their formula or its application, to make it just and fair to the voters who gave CIBAC such a commanding mandate, placing it fourth in a field of 181 contenders.

Please pray with us for mathematical justice. The problem is not with the people or the voters. They have spoken. Resoundingly. The problem is some man-made formula that defies mathematical justice and fundamental common sense.

Melody Rapallo seeks third term in San Fabian’s Municipal Council

Councilor Melody Rapallo aims for another term in the Municipal Council of San Fabian, Pangasinan. Elected as the youngest councilor of the town , Rapallo understands the importance of continuity and passion in serving. Her love for the people motivates her to keep the journey of being a godly legislator in crafting ordinances and resolutions that benefit the masses.

Rapallo’s stint in the Municipal Council enabled San Fabian to feel the necessary upliftment in the way the people live. Here are some of the ordinances that Rapallo has pushed that affected lives in the town since 2013.

*An ordinance requiring the Municipal Health Office (MHO) to render essential medical services at least one day of every month for Senior Citizens in the remote upland barangays of San Fabian.

* An ordinance creating the Solo Parents’ Office, providing welfare services, special privileges, benefits to solo parents.

* An ordinance declaring March 21 of every year as “Agew na San Fabian” in Municipality of San Fabian.
* An ordinance declaring awarding Five Outstanding Teachers in the Municipality
* An ordinance creating San Fabian Local Youth Development Council.
* An ordinance enacting Environment Code.
* An ordinance enacting the Health and Sanitation Code.
* An ordinance on Investment Code of 2013.

For more of the ordinances that Rapallo promoted, you can check out below:

Patriots acquire Seferian-Jenkins to enhance TE position

The New England Patriots signed Austin Seferian-Jenkins in a one year deal to boost the tight end position which Rob Gronkowski left when he announced his retirement.

According to reports, the Patriots have agreed to a one-year deal with Seferian-Jenkins who was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the second round fo the 2014 NFL Draft. After three seasons, Seferian-Jenkins moved to the New York Jets for the 2016-2017 season before signing a two-year, $10 million contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2018.

In his career, Seferian-Jenkins has a 116 receptions for 1,160 yards and 11 touchdowns in 43 games.

The Patriots acquisition is anticipated as they are looking for a possible replacement for Gronkowski who retired after playing nine years in the NFL. It would be difficult to match the production of Gronkowski but New England remains optimistic for the upcoming season.

Currently, the Patriots have Jacob Hollister, Stephen Anderson, Matt LaCosse and Ryan Izzo on their depth chart at the tight end position.

Moreover, the Patriots also hosted wide receiver Demaryius Thomas and running back T.J. Yeldon.

COMELEC sets campaign materials’ sizes for local and national elections

 

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) is clear about setting guidelines for lawful election propaganda. While the 90-day campaign for those running for senator and party-list groups started last February 12, the local candidates will start on March 29.

Campaign posters and tarpaulins are already filling in the major streets, may it be national or provincial roads. Obviously, most of the posters met the required sizes but noticeably others are oversized which the Comelec could enforce the law and its rules. Other violation that these candidates are tend to make is the posting in a wrong place. Some supporters posted it on trees or even electric posts which is surely not acceptable.

Posters or tarpaulins must be no bigger than 2×3 feet or 3×2 feet and they must be positioned in common poster areas determined by Comelec officials in each locality. Posters may be set up on private property with the permission of the owner but they must be of the required size.

Comelec spokesman James Jimenez said last month that campaign materials such as a leaflet, card, bumper sticker, and other election propaganda must contain the words “political advertisement paid for…” by the candidate or party.

For national candidates, or those running for senator and party list, the campaign period is from February 12 to May 11. For local candidates, from House representatives to city and municipal councilors, they can campaign from March 29 to May 11.

Here are the lawful campaign materials  allowed during the campaign period

Pamphlets, leaflets, cards, decals, stickers, or similar materials (maximum width: 8 1/2 inches; maximum length: 14 inches)

Handwritten or printed letters campaigning for or against a candidate/party

Posters, whether framed or posted (maximum area: 2 feet by 3 feet)

Banners or streamers during public meetings or rallies which may only be displayed from 5 days before up to 24 hours after the rally (maximum area: 3 feet by 8 feet)

Social media posts, whether original or reposted, which may be incidental to the creator’s advocacies of social issues or is primarily endorsing a candidate

Mobile units, vehicles, or motorcades of all types, whether engine or manpower driven or animal drawn, with or without sound systems or loud speakers and with or without lights.

Paid ads in broadcast, internet, mobile, print, or outdoor media
Campaign materials (except banners or streamers) in headquarters and residences of candidates

Source: Comelec.gov.ph

Three Mayoral candidates: Bacolor, Pampanga List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Three candidates aim for the top position of the town. Three vice mayoral candidates target the seat.

Bacolor is politically subdivided into 21 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 43,843 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Bacolor, Pampanga Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

DATU, DIMAN (KMBLN)
HIZON, DERICK (IND)
SOTO, RJ (IND)

VICE-MAYOR

ANGELES, DARWIN (NPC)
BALINGIT, WILLY (IND)
BLANCO, STEEKIE (KMBLN)

Councilor

BATAC, EMILY (IND)
CABALLA, POGI (KMBLN)
DAVID, CYNTHIA (KMBLN)
DUNGCA, RON (KMBLN)
LABUNG, LUCKY (KMBLN)
LAMPA, ENER (IND)
LAXA, CARLAX (KMBLN)
MIRANDA, FALCON (IND)
NACPIL, ALDRIN (IND)
PAGCU, ARNEL (IND)
PINEDA, RENE (IND)
QUIZON, TQ (NPC)
SAMIA, JOEL (KMBLN)
SAN PEDRO, BONG (IND)
SOTO, MARCEL (IND)
STA. CRUZ, ARIEL (IND)
TIONGSON, JON-JON (KMBLN)
YALUNG, RIC (IND)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Bacolor?

What’s next for AlDub fans? Maine Mendoza-Alden Richards breakup

What’s next for AlDub fans? Maine Mendoza-Alden Richards breakup

There’s a time for everything. A time to rise and a time to fall; A time to unite and a time to part. Everybody comes into realization that the fairy tale story of AlDub has found its end. While the story of Maine Mendoza and Alden Richards, popularly know as AlDub, was only for for television set, millions of fans worldwide were hoping it to be forever.

Alden and Maine were unintentionally paired on July 16, 2015 episode of Eat Bulaga’s segment “Juan For All, All For Juan”. The pairing created a “kilig” moment for the fans and the creator of the segment allowed the two to blossom as a tandem or even love team.

Millions of people in the Philippines and around the world started to be fascinated by the loveteam as Twitter catapulted the popularity of the program by trending almost daily worldwide. The romantic excitement through Maine and Alden enticed the viewers in a daily basis. It was even called the “AlDub Fever” as the prominency of the loveteam soared like nobody had thought.

AlDub reached its peak on October 24, 2015 episode of Eat Bulaga when more than 55,000 people filled the Philippine Arena for a concert. In this moment, Alden and Maine performed live in a romantic and dramatic scenes. This day also marked the time when Yaya Dub opened her lips as the people roared to hear her voice. Moreover, the it reached 39.4 million in 24 hours on Twitter and it remains to be the most tweeted in history in 24 hours, hashtag #ALDubEBTamangPanahon.

After several months, AlDub slowly lost its grip to the fans. Though everything was done to make the segment interesting, it seems that the fans lost their taste. The rating slowly dwindled until Alden and Maine have to go separately to create their own identity.

While the fans want the fairy tale story to become a reality, Alden and Maine are thinking differently. Despite of those romantic moments in live television set, they never attracted to each other. Or we can say that AlDub was just a phenomenon with a time table and that could easily be broken.

As of now, the news in the past weeks swirled around Maine who is being linked in real life to Arjo Atayde. Maine even admitted that they are dating. Absolutely, this killed the imaginations of many who longed for Alden and Maine to be forever.

What’s next for AlDub fans?

For the millions of AlDub fans out there, let go of them. If Alden and Maine are happy with what they are doing separately, then let’s also have the smile. While they are not meant for each other in real life, let us still support them in their individual careers. Let’s be joyful for we became part of the greatest loveteam fans ever!

Alejandrino vs Dizon: Arayat, Pampanga List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Incumbent Mayor Bon Alejandrino seeks for another term against Yot-Yot Dizon for the top position of the town. Three candidates are vying for the vice mayor seat.

Arayat is politically subdivided into 30 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 65,075 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Arayat, Pampanga Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

ALEJANDRINO, BON (KMBLN)
DIZON, YOT-YOT (PFP)

VICE-MAYOR

ALEJANDRINO, MADIR (KMBLN)
CHANGCOCO, MONCHING (IND)
MALLARI, POGI (NPC)

COUNCILOR

ALEJANDRINO, PINES (PDPLBN)
ALEJANDRINO, RONALD (KMBLN)
BALAGTAS, MARLON (KMBLN)
CHANGCOCO, LOI (NPC)
CULALA, AGNES (IND)
DIZON, JUN (IND)
ESPINO, LARRY (IND)
GUEVARRA, ZALDY (KMBLN)
HIPOLITO, ELMER (KMBLN)
KABIGTING, DOC K (KMBLN)
MARQUEZ, GENALYN (KMBLN)
PABALAN, MER (NPC)
QUIAMBAO, JAY (KMBLN)
RAMOS, SIR TONY (KMBLN)
SIMBOL, ALICE (PFP)
SUMANG, IRENE (IND)
TIMBOL, MARCIANO (PFP)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Arayat?

An open race for Mayor: Apalit, Pampanga List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Three candidates aim for the top position of the town. Three vice mayoral candidates target the seat.

Apalit is politically subdivided into 12 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 49,204 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Apalit, Pampanga Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

MANLAPAZ, GAS (IND)
MANLAPAZ, GUS (PDPLBN)
TETANGCO, JUN (KMBLN)

VICE-MAYOR

MANUEL, NELSON (PDPLBN)
NUCOM, PETER (KMBLN)
TORRES, DOC J (IND)

COUNCILOR

BAUTISTA, ERNANI (PDPLBN)
CASTRO, ATOY (KMBLN)
DALUSUNG, JED (KMBLN)
MANGSAL, KRIZ (KMBLN)
MANLAPAZ, ANDREW (PDPLBN)
MENDOZA, ELIAS DOC (KMBLN)
MENDOZA, MAVIC (PDPLBN)
NABONG, FHED (PDPLBN)
NABONG, POL (IND)
NUNAG, KENNETH (KMBLN)
PANGAN, RODOLFO (PDPLBN)
QUIAMBAO, MANUEL SR. (PDPLBN)
ROXAS, RAQUEL (PDPLBN)
SABORDO, ANGIE (KMBLN)
SANTOS, CEL (KMBLN)
SIMON, TUKS (KMBLN)
TONGOL, RAYMOND (PDPLBN)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Apalit?

Seven candidates for Mayor: Angeles City, Pampanga List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Seven candidates seek the top position of the city as incumbent Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan slides to vice mayoral post.

Angeles City is politically subdivided into 33 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 175,432 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Angeles City, Pampanga Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

CAUGUIRAN, ALEX (KMBLN)
DAVID, ROMERICO (IND)
DAVID, RYAN (IND)
LAZATIN, CARMELO JR. (PFP)
MORALES, EDEL (IND)
NEPOMUCENO,BRYAN MATTHEW (PAK)
TUAZON, RADITO (IND)

VICE-MAYOR

MORALES, MARANG (KMBLN)
PAMINTUAN, EDU (PAK)
VEGA, VICKY (PFP)

COUNCILOR

AGUAS, JC PARKER (PAK)
ANGELES, JHUNE (KMBLN)
BAÑOLA, KAP NIKNOK (PFP)
BONIFACIO, JOSEPH ALFIE (PAK)
CORTEZ, CHRIS (PAK)
DEL ROSARIO, RACO PAOLO (PAK)
ERIBAL, CAMILO BRYAN (PDPLBN)
FLORES, JAE VINCENT (KMBLN)
INDIONGCO, ANGELITO (PFP)
INDIONGCO, THELMA (PAK)
LACSON, DANILO (PAK)
LAKI, EDWARD (KMBLN)
LOPEZ, PINGGOY (PFP)
MACAPAGAL, JORDAN (IND)
MADLANGBAYAN, DOK BAYAN (IND)
MAMAC, RODELIO (KMBLN)
MERCADO, ALMA (PAK)
NEPOMUCENO, ARVIN LOUIE (PFP)
NG, MARCO (IND)
OPERAÑA, MARIO (IND)
PAHED, FR SONNY (KMBLN)
PAMINTUAN, IDY (PFP)
PELAYO, JOSE AUBREY IV (PAK)
PINEDA, JEZREEL AARON (PFP)
PONCE, PG (PAK)
RIVERA, AMOS (PAK)
SAMSON, PHILIP CESAR (PFP)
SANGIL, JAY (KMBLN)
SANTIAGO, HARVEY (KMBLN)
SIMEON, RUDY (PFP)
SULLER, ATTY POGS (PFP)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Angeles City?

Three candidates for mayor: Laoac, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Three candidates are seeking for the top position of the municipality. Three candidates are vying for the vice-mayor seat.

Laoac is politically subdivided into 22 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 18,452 voters registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Laoac, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

BALDERAS, RICARDO (PDPLBN)
MONICO, JOSELITO (IND)
RAMOS, ROLANDO (LAKAS)

VICE-MAYOR

ALARCIO, SILVERIO JR. (NPC)
GAYO, NELSON (PDPLBN)
TABAYOYONG, BEATRIZ (IND)

COUNCILOR

ACOSTA, LORETA (PDPLBN)
ALARCIO, JUNSKI (NPC)
ALLADO, RUBEN (LAKAS)
CAMANTE, MILA (LAKAS)
CAMPOS, CIPRIANO (NPC)
CELINO, ANDREW (PDPLBN)
ELLEAZAR, EDGAR (PDPLBN)
ESLAO, ELESEO JR. (NPC)
GODOY, ROGER (IND)
MINDARO, ROMY (LAKAS)
OLANDE, ELENO (PDPLBN)
POSADAS, BONG (LAKAS)
QUINTO, WILSON (PDPLBN)
RAMOS, DARWIN (IND)
REBUGIO, ATTY. DJ (PDPLBN)
REBUGIO, EDELYN (IND)
RETUTA, EDUARDO (NPC)
RODILLAS, ANONG (PDPLBN)
SORIANO, FAUSTINO JR. (PDPLBN)
TABAYOYONG, BEA GRACE (IND)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Laoac?

Abrenica faces Sison: Villasis, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Incumbent Mayor Nato Abrenica takes on current Vice-Mayor Jesus Franco Sison Jr. and Isagani Rabe for the top position of the municipality. Three candidates are vying for the vice-mayor seat.

Villasis is politically subdivided into 34 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 36,848 voters registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Villasis, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

ABRENICA, NATO (PDPLBN)
RABE, ISAGANI (IND)
SISON, JESUS FRANCO JR. (NPC)

VICE-MAYOR

MORDEN, MONCHING (PDPLBN)
RAFANAN, PAZ (NPC)
TAN, CHERYLL (IND)

COUNCILOR

BALILA, CHRIS (PDPLBN)
BULATAO, MAMERTO JR. (LAKAS)
CACAPIT, RICHIE (NPC)
COSTALES, CENTENIELO (NPC)
DELOS REYES, LEON JR. (NPC)
MORDEN, ATTY. JUDITH (PDPLBN)
MORDEN, ROLLY (PDPLBN)
ORIAL, FERNANDO (PDPLBN)
RACADIO, MARIO CESAR (PDPLBN)
RAFANAN, DOMINGO (LAKAS)
ROJO, EDLICE GRACE (PDPLBN)
SALES, JOHNSON (LAKAS)
SISON, FELIX FERDINAND (LAKAS)
SISON, KAP-ALEX (LAKAS)
UBALDO, MANUEL (PDPLBN)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Villasis?

Perez-Naguiat vs Parayno: Urdaneta City, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Tet Perez-Naguiat takes on incumbent vice-mayor Julio Parayno III for the mayoral race. Three candidates are vying for the vice-mayor seat.

Urdaneta City is politically subdivided into 34 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 76,296  registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Urdaneta City, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

PARAYNO, JULIO III (LAKAS)
PEREZ-NAGUIAT, TET (PDPLBN)

VICE-MAYOR

PARAYNO, JIMMY (LAKAS)
PEREZ, BOBOM (PDPLBN)
SOLMERIN, LORETO (IND)

COUNCILOR

ADUCA, FLORENCIO (LAKAS)
AGSALUD, AURING (IND)
AGSALUD-ORTIZ, HAZEL (PDPLBN)
ANDRADA, WARREN (LAKAS)
ASUNCION, EDILBERT (IND)
BASCO, ISONG (PDPLBN)
DEL PRADO, FRANCO (LAKAS)
DEL PRADO, LEOPOLDMANU (PDPLBN)
ESTEVES, RIO (PDPLBN)
ESTRADA, LEO (PDPLBN)
GANDIA, JEN (PDPLBN)
GEROLA, HESTON (LAKAS)
LALPU-OT, EDWIN (IND)
MATEO, ALEX (LAKAS)
MILLORA, ARIS (PDPLBN)
PEREZ, CHRISTOPHER (IND)
PEREZ, TONING (PDPLBN)
ROSARIO, RENANTE (IND)
SEGUNDO, WILMA (PDPLBN)
SUMERA, HERO (LAKAS)
TABLADA, NEIL (LAKAS)
VILLANUEVA, FRANKLIN (PDPLBN)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Urdaneta City?

Sison takes two challengers: Urbiztondo, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Incumbent Mayor Martin Raul Sison II faces Mark Baniqued and Fidel Posadas for the top position of the town. Two candidates are vying for the vice-mayor seat.

Urbiztondo is politically subdivided into 21 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 29,874 voters registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Urbiztondo, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

BANIQUED, MARK (IND)
POSADAS, FIDEL (PDPLBN)
SISON, MARTIN RAUL II (NP)

VICE-MAYOR

BACOLOD, JOSELITO (PDPLBN)
SISON, MARILYN (NP)

COUNCILOR 

BALOLONG, VOLTER (NP)
BANAAG, FRANKLIN (PDPLBN)
CALUGAY, PEPITO (NP)
DE GUZMAN, DYNA (NP)
DELA CRUZ, EDWARD (PDPLBN)
FRIAS, VICENTE JR. (NP)
PADLAN, GEORGE (NP)
PALISOC, BRANDY (NP)
POSADAS, FELIPE JR. (PDPLBN)
POSADAS, FRANCISCO (PDPLBN)
TAMONDONG, DANILO (NP)
TAMONDONG, EDWIN (NP)
TAMONDONG, ENRIQUE V (PDPLBN)
TAMONDONG, HARRY (PDPLBN)
VEDAÑA, JINGO (PDPLBN)
VELASQUEZ, GINA (PDPLBN)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Urbiztondo?

Cruz vs Trinidad: Umingan, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Michael Carleone Cruz will face Emil Trinidad for the mayoral race in this town. Four candidates are vying for the vice-mayor seat.

Umingan is politically subdivided into 58 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 43,793 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Umingan, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

CRUZ, MICHAEL CARLEONE (NP)
TRINIDAD, EMIL (LAKAS)

VICE-MAYOR

FERNANDEZ, MARIO II (IND)
NOBLE, DANEKING (PDPLBN)
PARIÑAS, RODRIGO (NP)
TUMBOCON, TOM (NPC)

COUNCILOR

ANTONIO, JURRY (NP)
BENITEZ, ROLLY (PDPLBN)
BUCSIT, RONALDO (IND)
CABORNAY, JUANITO (LAKAS)
DE LEON, ROSALINA (NP)
ESCOBAR, PANENG (NP)
FERNANDEZ, SIANN (NPC)
GALLEGUEZ, CESAR (LAKAS)
GONZALES, LISANDRO (LAKAS)
LUCNAGAN, ROSEMARIE (NP)
NAVALTA, JONATHAN (LAKAS)
ONIA, PILLAR (PDPLBN)
PABLO, DANTE (LAKAS)
PAZ, JAY AR (NPC)
SERDENIOLA, FALCUN (NP)
SONACO, MAR LEE NON (NPC)
TADEO, CHRIS EVERT (NP)
TOMINES, ROWILL (NP)
VELASCO, RAMIL (NP)
VERGARA, CARLITO (IND)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Umingan?

No races in mayor, vice mayor seats: Tayug, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Carlos Trece Mabili and Lorna Primicias are unopposed in mayoral and vice-mayoral races respectively.

Tayug is politically subdivided into 21 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 25,600 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Tayug, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

MAPILI, CARLOS TRECE (NPC)

VICE-MAYOR

PRIMICIAS, LORNA (NPC)

COUNCILOR

ADLOC, JERRY (PDPLBN)
ALLAS, ALGOD GODO (IND)
BAÑEZ, PAUL (IND)
CABIGAS, MARY (PDPLBN)
CALIMLIM, CLARISSA (NPC)
CASIO, MARIA (NPC)
CHAN, DADONG (IND)
ERFE-MANGELEN, MAGDA (IND)
FONACIER, ROLAND (NPC)
RIMAS, EDONG (NPC)
SOMERA, ERLINDA (IND)
TANDOC, EDSON (IND)
VIDAL, ROMEO (NPC)
VIRAY, CONRADO (IND)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Tayug?

Arcinue vs Calugay: Sual, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

John Rodney Arcinue will face Liseldo Calugay for the mayoral race. Two candidates are vying for the vice-mayor seat.

Sual is politically subdivided into 19 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 23,911 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Sual, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

ARCINUE, JOHN RODNEY (NP)
CALUGAY, LISELDO (PDPLBN)

VICE-MAYOR

ARCINUE, ROBERTO (NP)
CABURAO, DIONEIL (PDPLBN)

COUNCILOR

BENITO, RODRIGO (NP)
CABURAO, DIONISIO JR. (PDPLBN)
EDROSOLAN, RAYMUNDO (NP)
GACUSAN, MICHAEL (PDPLBN)
GALACIO, FLORDILIZA (PDPLBN)
GARCIA, BONG (NP)
GILLE, CAMILO (NP)
MILLAN, MIKELMAX (PDPLBN)
OSANA, ALEX (PDPLBN)
RADOVAN, KALOY (NP)
RAMOS, PRESCILA (NP)
TABOY, EMY (PDPLBN)
TACTAQUIN, FARIDAH (PDPLBN)
TOMAGOY, AYRA (NP)
TOMAGOY, JOHNNY (IND)
TURINGAN, ELISEO JR. (NP)
VINLUAN, DANILO (PDPLBN)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Sual?

Uy faces Biason and Gutierrez: Sison, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Incumbent Mayor Danilo Uy takes on current Vice-Mayor Ericson Biason ang Filemon Gutierrez for the mayoral race. Four candidates are vying for the vice-mayor seat.

Sison is politically subdivided into 28 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 26,177 voters
registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Sison, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

BIASON, ERICSON (LAKAS)
GUTIERREZ, FILEMON (PDPLBN)
UY, DANILO (NP)

VICE-MAYOR

JOVENAL, EDGAR (IND)
LAGMAY, NORLITO (PDPLBN)
MARIÑAS, BENSAULOZACHEUS (NP)
PADUA, DOMINADOR (LAKAS)

COUNCILOR 

ABELLERA, RENATO (NP)
AQUINO, BENSON (NP)
BAOANAN, PERFECTO (IND)
BELMONTE, IMELDA (PDPLBN)
BENOSA, LARRY (NP)
BILAGOT, REX ALVIN (LAKAS)
BINUYA, KC (PDPLBN)
CARANDANG, IRENEO (NP)
DELI, REYMAR (PDPLBN)
DISPO, ALEX (LAKAS)
DUADUA, JOE (NP)
FANGON, JULIE (IND)
FLORES, STANLEY (PDPLBN)
GARCIA, ARNOLD (IND)
LAGMAY, EVELYN (IND)
LIBERATO, EDGARDO (LAKAS)
LOMIBAO, ALMA (IND)
MARQUESES, ABRAHAM (PDPLBN)
MENDOZA, DANNY (PDPLBN)
MENOR, JULIUS (PDPLBN)
MURAO, SAMSON (NP)
PANGASINAN, MINA JOY (LAKAS)
ROCAPOR, BERNARDO (PDPLBN)
SATURNINO, MARLON (LAKAS)
SIDOGEN, NOEL ROY (IND)
TAYAG, DANDAN (LAKAS)
VENTURA, NORA (IND)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Sison?

Mayoral race is open: Santa Maria, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Four candidates are running for the highest position of the town. Two candidates are vying for the vice mayor position.

Santa Maria is politically subdivided into 23 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 19,187 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

Santa Maria, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

CARPO, ROBIN (IND)
GINEZ, KASH (PDPLBN)
IGNACIO, CONDRING (IND)
RAMOS, JULIUS (NPC)

VICE-MAYOR

GINEZ, CHOY (PDPLBN)
RAMOS, TEODORO (NPC)

COUNCILOR (Pangasinan – SANTA MARIA- LONE DIST)

AGPAWA, AWENG (NPC)
AGPAWA, FELY (PDPLBN)
CABANAYAN, ARONG (PDPLBN)
CACHILA, ARTURO III (NPC)
CENDAÑA, MARINO (PDPLBN)
DELA PEÑA, ROLANDO (NPC)
EDRADA, MULONG (PDPLBN)
GINEZ, ARGIN (NPC)
MADARANG, JOHNNY (PDPLBN)
MARRON, MICHELLE (PDPLBN)
NAVARRETE, REX (NPC)
PASION, ELIZABETH (PDPLBN)
PRADO, ROBERT (IND)
RODRIGUEZ, DOMING (NPC)
SEGUI, REYNALDO JR. (NPC)
TUGADE, JUNIOR (PDPLBN)
TUGADE, PEDRO JR. (NPC)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in Santa Maria?

Incumbent Mayor unopposed: San Quintin, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Clark Cecil Tiu has no opponents for the mayoral race. Two candidates are vying for the vice mayor position.

San Quintin is politically subdivided into 21 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 20,180 registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

San Quintin, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

TIU, CLARK CECIL (NP)


VICE-MAYOR

ABENOJAR, GERRY (NP)
RAMIREZ, RANDY (PDPLBN)

COUNCILOR

ANDRES, WILMA (NP)
CALIMLIM, ORLANDO (NP)
CHIU, GEOFF EMERSON (NP)
CO, NAPOLEON (IND)
DELA CRUZ, ROSEMARIE (NP)
FERRERIA, ARIEL (NP)
FRANCISCO, ERWIN (IND)
LUMAHAN, FARAH LEE (IND)
MALANUM, SALVADOR (IND)
RAMIREZ, ITONG (IND)
REYES, FIDEL (NP)
SANTOS, ARIES JEANO (IND)
TIU, JUN-JUN (NP)
VIADO, ALEXIS (NP)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in San Quintin?

Saldivar seeks another term: San Nicolas, Pangasinan List of Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

Incumbent Mayor Rebecca Saldivar faces Amorsolo Pulido in the mayoral race. Two candidates are vying for the vice mayor position.

San Nicolas is politically subdivided into 33 barangays where the candidates will try to lure the voters. In 2016, there were 23,297 voters voters
registered voters. The campaign period for local bets – for governors down to municipal councilors and for district representatives – is set for March 29 to May 11, 2019.

Note: All the information above was dated on Sat Nov 17 10:02:20 CST 2018 as per Comelec. You can also check if there was substitution that took place after November 17 at Comelec’s Website.

San Nicolas, Pangasinan Candidates for Mayor, Vice Mayor & Councilors for the May 2019 Local Election

MAYOR

PULIDO, AMORSOLO (PDPLBN)
SALDIVAR, REBECCA (NPC)

VICE-MAYOR

BRAVO, ALVIN (PDPLBN)
LUANSIN, JOEL (NPC)

COUNCILOR

BERNARDO, CHRISTINE (NPC)
BIBAT, PEDRELITO (NPC)
BRAVO, KIKO (PDPLBN)
CALIBOZO, ALEXANDER (NPC)
CENDAÑA, JULIUS (IND)
DESCARGAR, QUEEN (PDPLBN)
FERRER, RACAB (PDPLBN)
FLORENTIN, FRANCO (NPC)
MANANGAN, GERRY (PDPLBN)
MARZO, MARIO (NPC)
OPERAÑA, MARICON (NPC)
PRESTOZA, RAYMOND (PDPLBN)
RICO, ANOY (PDPLBN)
SALDIVAR, DJANGO (NPC)
SALDIVAR, LEOMAR (PDPLBN)
SERQUIÑA, JOSE JR. (PDPLBN)
SONGCUAN, WILFRED (IND)
TENERIFE, EFREN (NPC)

Who will be the winners in the 2019 May local election results in San Nicolas?