Monday, December 31, 2012

PROHIBITED ACTS ON ELECTION

            A compilation of  some prohibited acts during election period as provided by the Omnibus Election Code, Republic Act No. 7166 and other pertinent resolutions promulgated by the Commission on Elections.
Some of these prohibited acts that must be avoided in order to ensure peaceful, clean, and honest elections are the following:

I.       Prohibited Acts During the Election Period

1. Carrying of firearms outside residence and place of business, except in certain cases and with prior authority from the Comelec. (Sec. 261 (Q) OEC; Sec. 32 RA 7166);
2.  Organization or maintenance of reaction forces, strike forces, or other similar forces. (Sec. 33 RA 7166) & 261 (u) OEC);
3.  Transfer of officers and employees of the Civil Service by a public official, except upon prior approval of the Comelec when urgency of the service so demands. (Sec. 261 (h) OEC);

Friday, December 28, 2012

DEPUTATION OF DILG, NAPOLCOM, PNP


Ordinarily, the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) and the Philippine National Police (PNP), Armed Forces of the Philippines, are primarily deputized by the Commission on Elections in every election period for the purpose of the following duties and functions:
1.    To provide security to polling places, polling centers/voting centers, and such other places or building, the members of the Board of Election Inspectors and the voters whenever the needs arises, or whenever the Commission through the Election Officer so requires;

Saturday, December 22, 2012

CHOICE OF GOVERNMENT

Right Choice of Electorate
 “Governments are classified in a great many ways and from a wide variety of standpoints; many of the categories inevitably overlap.”
The Philippines is a democratic and republican state where sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them. That's the most important principle to remember and actually matters, we the people.

Friday, November 23, 2012

One and a Half: COMELEC CITIZENS' ARM

One and a Half: COMELEC CITIZENS' ARM: COMELEC accredits PPCRV by comelec-eid   The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) in a resolution, granted accreditat...

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

One and a Half: Political Dynasty

One and a Half: Political Dynasty: POLITICAL DYNASTY From a constitutional perspective, as a matter of fact is no longer necessary to debate whether or not political ...

Election Laws and Jurisprudence Compendium: "Hello, Boy"

Election Laws and Jurisprudence Compendium: "Hello, Boy": By Marites Dañguilan Vitug THOUGHT LEADERS Rappler.COM ON October 31, the last day of voter registration, a...

Friday, November 9, 2012

Election Officer's Dilemma

Election Laws and Jurisprudence Compendium: COMELEC Union bewails Enrile's bullying of a poll ...: PRESS RELEASE COMELEC Employees Union November 5, 2012 THE rank and file employees union of the Commission on Elections today deplo...

Sunday, November 4, 2012

PCOS ENSURES 2013 ELECTIONS

PCOS ENSURES GOOD ELECTIONS
by Ducky Paredes

‘Vice President Jejomar Binay and Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile publicly backed Comelec’s acquisition of the PCOS machines and expressed the fear that doing otherwise could spell the return of dagdag-bawas.’
THE decision of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to accept the offer of Smartmatic Asia Pacific president Cesar Flores on the PCOS machines was actually the only decision that made any sense.
The overwhelmingly positive response to the results of the 2010 national elections validated the reliability of the technology provided by Smartmatic-TIM. Independent surveys conducted by Social Weather Stations (SWS), Pulse Asia and StratPOLLS all say so and the better-than-expected outcome of the 2010 elections proves this,
Comelec Chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr. notes that since most teachers were trained to use the PCOS in 2010 there is not much need for additional training or voter education.
There is also the fact that the US, Brazil, India, Venezuela and Belgium have all decided to buy automation machines rather than just leasing them as a way to save funds. This tells us that this is the better way to go.
Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez points out that the use of paper-based ballots in the PCOS machines assures higher auditability. The Comelec can rely on a hard copy to compare to the final automated result.
Vice President Jejomar Binay and Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile publicly backed Comelec’s acquisition of the PCOS machines and expressed the fear that doing otherwise could spell the return of dagdag-bawas and other forms of large-scale electoral fraud in the coming polls.
Still, there were critics who disapproved of Comelec’s move. Eventually, however, the Supreme Court upheld the P1.8 billion contract between Comelec and Smartmatic-TIM, paving the way for the poll body to begin preparations for next year’s midterm elections using the tried-and-tested PCOS/AES technology. 
These critics are old groups like CenPEG (Center for People Empowerment in Governance) and Transparent Elections, both of which were influenced by former Comelec Commissioner Gus Lagman, who had his own alternative system that he was trying to sell to Comelec. The CBCP’s National Secretariat for Social Action also joined the fray.
As Flores points out, their criticisms against PCOS were far from being scientific, and were based on the same old allegations that ignored the facts and exhaustive explanations already made by Smartmatic-TIM.
Rather than stoop to its critics’ level, Smartmatic relied on indisputable facts to explain its side.
On the allegations that the PCOS technology failed to pass accuracy tests, Flores said Smartmatic never said that its machines had an accuracy rate of 99.78710 percent.
“The accuracy rate of the PCOS machines is 100 percent. This has been proven and demonstrated by Comelec during the 2009 bidding technical qualification and by SLI, the international certification body that tested and certified the system for Comelec during the System Certification conducted in 2010,” says Flores.
The same PCOS model used by the Comelec in the 2010 elections was also tested, retested and certified by their respective election commissions in New York and Ontario, Canada. According to Flores, in every test done, the accuracy rate was 100 percent.
In an attempt to enlighten its critics, last July, Smartmatic-TIM conducted a mock election and a manual audit at the House of Representatives, in response to the allegation by CenPEG and its allied groups that a previous mock election conducted by the Senate’s committee on electoral reforms was insufficient because only 50 ballots were tested in that chamber.
The ballots were filled out by House committee officials and personnel using different types of marking devices like pens, markers, and pencils and with all kinds of marks possible -- Xs, checks, smileys, full shading, overshading, undershading; overvotes and undervotes were also done.
The votes were manually counted based on the reading of the paper ballots and interpretations of those doing the manual tallies.
The House post audit consisted of 10 partial canvassing sheets that Smartmatic simply added and presented exactly as they were counted by Congress.
Flores acknowledged that there was indeed an error in the calculations owing to the displacement of a decimal number in its report, which had inadvertently rated the machine’s accuracy level at 99.99974 percent instead of the correct rate of 99.7403 percent.
Smartmatic’s technology, Flores notes, works with mathematical exactitude based on a preset threshold set by the user. In the 2010 elections, the threshold was 50 percent; but, in the House post-audit, the threshold was only 10 percent.
The PCOS machine saves every image of every ballot cast with an assessment printed at the bottom of the page. “We can therefore match every physical ballot with every scanned image and check how the PCOS read and interpreted the different marks,” says Flores.
He recalled that when Smartmatic did its own audit of the results of the House mock poll and compared the actual ballots with the images stored by the PCOS machine, this audit showed that every ballot was manually checked and that each matched the original PCOS count with 100 percent consistency and accuracy.
“They can conduct their review of the accuracy of the PCOS in every one of the ballots used during the mock election. The ballots and the scanned images are available to any organization that would want to check the accuracy of the PCOS machines,” Flores said in a challenge to PCOS critics.
He said independent tests done by SLI, the state of New York, Ontario and New Brunswick, to name a few, each and every one validated the accuracy of the PCOS.
“Smartmatic has explained the facts over and over, and we will continue to do so, since nothing can hide the truth about a system that is 100 percent accurate, and more importantly, 100 percent auditable,” adds Flores.
For me, what proves the PCOS’ accuracy is the fact that no electoral protest filed after the 2010 election has prospered. This can only be because there was no marked difference between the PCOS count in 2010 and the manual recount done by either the Comelec or the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal (HRET) in the contested congressional and local races across the country.
Neither the Comelec nor the HRET found major differences in the PCOS and manual recount tallies in such cases as protests filed by former Mayor Joselito Atienza against Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim, by former Rep. Ace Barbers against Surigao del Norte Gov. Sol Folcadilla Matugas, by former Rep. Consuelo Dy against Pasay City Mayor Antonio Calixto nor in the case of former Rep. Raul Gonzalez Jr. against Iloilo Rep. Jerry Treñas.
These electoral protest cases did not prosper simply because the opponents of the winning candidates failed to show that the PCOS counts were tarnished with fraud or were different in any way from the tallies in the manual recounts by Comelec or HRET. If that was how the PCOS worked in individual contests, doesn’t that prove that PCOS worked the same way in the presidential and senatorial contests?
Candidates in the 2013 polls can expect that the PCOS will also work for them as well as they did in 2010 when, for the first time ever, we had an election where the results were known more quickly (within a few hours) compared to previous elections, when it took weeks for the results to come in and these 2010 results were 100 percent accurate, the way that elections should be.
Published October 12, 2012, Malaya Online
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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES

MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES

Province of Romblon, Philippines
Note:
Please be properly advised and guided that the herein unofficial list of candidates are subject to changes that maybe caused by or due to disqualifications, withdrawals, substitutions, petition to deny due course to or cancel  Certificate of Candidacy as determined by the Commission on Elections. The final List of Candidates shall be released by the Commission on Elections on or before January 2013.
The following data was secured from the offices of the Commission on Elections in the province of Romblon.

LIST OF CANDIDATES
WHO FILED CERTIFICATE OF CANDIDACY FOR
May 13, 2013 Automated Sychronized National and Local Elections

PROVINCE OF ROMBLON

MUNICIPALITY OF ALCANTARA
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Galicia, Ramon Briones
Ramie
Independent
2.      Lota, Eddie Cajilig
Ed
Nacionalista Party
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Galindez, Robert Galido
Toto Robert
Nacionalista Party
2.         Manes, Sulpicio Cajilig
Solping
Independent
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Anecito, Cristito De la Cruz
Tito
Independent
2.         Bringas, Mirasol Merano
Masol
Nacionalista Party
3.         Calvo, Marijo Ocampo
Marijo
Independent
4.         Cano, Valentin Mendez
Val
Independent
5.         Coching, Genelito Jr. Mariano
Jr Gening
Nacionalista Party
6.         Estrada, Miriam Garcia
Miyam
Nacionalista Party
7.         Francisco, Jurie Mariano
DongDong
Nacionalista Party
8.         Galicia, Arnel Cahilig
Coach
Independent
9.         Galin, Adrio Jr. Galvero
Onyot
Independent
10.     Galin, Francisco Gado
Frankie
Nacionalista Party
11.     Gamul, Jovito Jr. Gado
Vito
Nacionalista Party
12.     Ignacio, Emilio Jr. Dumalague
Emil
Nacionalista Party
13.     Jaquilmac, Danilo Vallar
DJ
Independent
14.     Lucidos, Dennis Galindez
Den
Nacionalista Party
15.     Martinez, Alfredo Morilla
Fred
Independent
16.     Martino, Joey Gallos
Joey
Independent
17.     Martino, Larry Gallos
Ago
Independent
18.     Morales, Jose Luis Solidum
Joy
Independent
19.     Solanoy, Elmer Galicha
Mher
Independent
20.     Solidum, Gil Jr. Ocampo
Jun-Jun
Independent
MUNICIPALITY OF BANTON
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Faderanga, Jory Fadri
Jory
Nacionalista Party
2.      Fadri, Decoroso Fadallan
Ding
Independent
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Fainsan, Rolo Fontanosa
Rolly
Independent
2.         Faz, Romulo Sr. Fadrilan
Mulo
Nacionalista Party
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Fabellon, Pershing Fabroa
Pershing
Independent
2.         Fabiala, Ismael Fesalbon
Maing
Independent
3.         Fabonan, Perfecto Fabaliña
Perfing
Independent
4.         Faigao, Berlinda Fabrero
Berly
Independent
5.         Faigao, Logie Fabellon
Logie
Independent
6.         Famadico, Jefferson Fetalco
Jeff
Nacionalista Party
7.         Familara, Ricardo Jr. Ferranco
Boron
Independent
8.         Fedelin, Christopher Fegal
2PE
Independent
9.         Fegalan, Loijorge Fegalquin
Loi
Nacionalista Party
10.     Ferrolino, Ronald Fetalvero
Onad
Nacionalista Party
11.     Festin, Argie Fabalina
RG
Independent
12.     Festin, Samson Fabula
Sammy
Independent
13.     Fetalcorin, Felicito Fortu
Flecit
Liberal Party
14.     Fetalcorin, Mario Fabon
Mhar
Independent
15.     Fetalvero, Rolando Fadri
Landoy
Nacionalista Party
16.     Fiecas, Jimmy Fonte
Jim
Nacionalista Party
17.     Fietas, Johnny Fadriquela
John
Independent
18.     Flores, Patricio Fabroa
Pat
Liberal Party
19.     Fonte, Bemboy Magsino
Boy
Nacionalista Party
20.     Fonte, Rafael Fabella
Raffy
Independent
21.     Ruga, Richard Fajiculay
Ruga
Independent
MUNICIPALITY OF CAJIDIOCAN
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Galang, Festo Jr. Riano
Nonong
Liberal Party
2.      Ramos, Nicasio Malayo
Borong
Nacionalista Party
3.      Rotoni, Rogelio Marasigan
Roger
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Borda, Alfonso Escalante
Al
Nacionalista Party
2.         Maca, Mabini Tarrosa
Mabing
Independent
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Cortes, Rafael Sr. Fonollera
Paeng
Independent
2.         Gotanco, Constancio Martinez
Tancio
Liberal Party
3.         Langit, Jaime Medrano
Jimmy
Nacionalista Party
4.         Liao, Rocky Relano
Rock
Liberal Party
5.         Mayor, Arnel Tarrosa
Barsing
Independent
6.         Mortel, Herminio Ramilo
Guds
Nacionalista Party
7.         Porras, Irene Ramilo
AI
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
8.         Rabino, Fulgencio Sr. Reaño
Poling
Nacionalista Party
9.         Rabino, Glicerio Rapa
Egol
Nacionalista Party
10.     Rabino, Haide Rafol
Haide
Liberal Party
11.     Rabino, Kenyo Repizo
Ken
Nacionalista Party
12.     Rabino, Prescillano Jr. Rocero
Toto
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
13.     Ramos, Jorge Malayo
Ore
Nacionalista Party
14.     Real, Loredo Rizo
Edu
Independent
15.     Recto, Lamberto Ramo
Lamber
Liberal Party
16.     Regla, Isaias Jr. Ortiz
Sayas
Nacionalista Party
17.     Rillera, Jocelyn Rotoni
Jo
Independent
18.     Roa, Domingo Martinez
Boy
Liberal Party
19.     Romero, Guillermo Castillo
Guil
Liberal Party
20.     Rotoni, Richard Daroy
Chard
Independent
21.     Ruba, Rizal Tano
Izal
Nacionalista Party
MUNICIPALITY OF CALATRAVA
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Fabella, Robert Muyo
Bong
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Fajel, Berlito Jr. Faderogaya
Ron
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
2.         Fortu, Elmer Noche
Mer
Nacionalista Party
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Bronce, Rizalito Famisaran
Quit
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
2.         Dela Cruz, Cyril Fajutag
CY
Nacionalista Party
3.         Falcunit, Helen Faderogaya
Lyn
Nacionalista Party
4.         Famini, Alan Manzala
Chief Alan
Liberal Party
5.         Famorcan, Wilfredo Fajarito
Fred
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
6.         Fedelicio, Joseph Montesa
Otep
Nacionalista Party
7.         Ferrancullo, Alberto Frogosa
Albert
Nacionalista Party
8.         Fetalcurin, Kimwell Susano Falcunit
Kim
Independent
9.         Fetil, Miguelito Faner
Mike
Liberal Party
10.     Fruelda, Vonn Christian Molina
Vonn
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
11.     Magbata, Ramon Jr. Fiedacan
Monching
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
12.     Moscoso, Cresenciano Jr. Bebit
Onoy
Liberal Party
13.     Reandelar, Ramon Falcutila
Monching
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
14.     Rodeo, Miguelito Fallar
Angga
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
15.     Sixon, Merlito Macalipay
Merly
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
16.     Villafuerte, Sabriza Hassan
Sabring
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
MUNICIPALITY OF CONCEPCION
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Cipriano, Limuel Fesalbon
Boyet
Liberal Party
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Fabreag, Medrito Jr. Fesalbon
Jun
Independent
2.         Ferriol, Felipe Fonte
Pepe
Liberal Party
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Abainza, Jessie Fadri
Bong
Nacionalista Party
2.         Atillano, Diosdado Fallarme
Diosing
Liberal Party
3.         Fabella, Merdonio Jr. Fabreag
JR
Independent
4.         Fabellore, Angelita Fallarme
Letlet
Liberal Party
5.         Falculan, Neil Manila
Falcon
Nacionalista Party
6.         Famarin, Reinhart Fesalbon
Art
Independent
7.         Famarin, Samuel Fadera
Bebot
Independent
8.         Ferranco, Joefrey Faminial
Joe
Independent
9.         Ferrancullo, Asuncion Señorin
Ason
Independent
10.     Ferrancullo, Vidal Fano
Beding
Nacionalista Party
11.     Ferriol, Bernaldo Fabregas
Bonna
Independent
12.     Ferriol, Rodolfo Suarez
Iket
Independent
13.     Fetesio, Joseph Señorin
Totep
Liberal Party
14.     Feudo, Rainer Fiestada
Ray
Liberal Party
15.     Firmalan, Monico Jr. Fabreag
Nonoy
Nacionalista Party
16.     Fornal, Bob Ferrera
Bob
Independent
17.     Guimera, George Fallarme
Georing
Independent
18.     Señorin, Wilson Jr. Paz
Jun
Independent
MUNICIPALITY OF CORCUERA
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Bañares, Rachel Miñon
Rachel
Nacionalista Party
2.      Mazo, Eddie Fondevilla
Ed
PDP-Laban
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Fanlo, Bibiano Miñon
Bibs
Independent
2.         Fruelda, Elmer Mallorca
Mer
Nacionalista Party
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Andrade, Ludhel Fajarillo
Dhel
Nacionalista Party
2.         De Leon, Wilfredo Faminiano
Wilfred
Independent
3.         Fabriquel, Rosemarie Falceso
Rose
Nacionalista Party
4.         Fajarillo, Orlando Sr. Fonte
Orly
Nacionalista Party
5.         Fajilan, Paciano Fojas
Pasya
Independent
6.         Falcatan, Alde Falculan
Alde
PDP-Laban
7.         Falcunitin, Andry Fajarillo
Lolo
Independent
8.         Falogme, Ronald Fruelda
Onak
Independent
9.         Famorcan, Eulogio Fondevilla
Leo
Independent
10.     Ferry, Jerrime Fajilan
Emie
Nacionalista Party
11.     Ferry, Joribel Fajiculay
Obel
Nacionalista Party
12.     Festin, Ricky Famorcan
Icky
PDP-Laban
13.     Fetalvero, Denny Fajarillo
DM
Nacionalista Party
14.     Fojas, Meltzzi Vic Veza
Meltchie
Nacionalista Party
15.     Fojas, Richard Martinez
Etat
Liberal Party
16.     Fronda, Elberto Manzala
Yayo
Independent
17.     Fronda, Michael Faala
Mike
PDP-Laban
18.     Fruelda, Ernie Sr. Famat
Ernie
PDP-Laban
19.     Fruelda, Richard Fallaria
Etat
Independent
20.     Mazo, Jegger Fajutag
Jegs
Nacionalista Party
21.     Mazo, Orlando Faner
Lando
Independent
MUNICIPALITY OF FERROL
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Chua, Teresita Gabay
Inday
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
2.      Mayor, Jovencio Jr. Llorca
Jun
Nacionalista Party/Liberal Party
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Fabila, Jayson Mayor
Boy
Nacionalista Party/Liberal Party
2.         Suarez, Larry Gelindon
Lar
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Agustin, Eva Gado
Eva
Nacionalista Party/Liberal Party
2.         Aparicio, Edmon Senel
Popoy
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
3.         Asuncion, Ismael Fabila
Maing
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
4.         Bacsit, Julian Jr. Aguilar
Bacsit
Independent
5.         Compas, Antonio Fernandez
Ton
Independent
6.         Compas, Leonora Andrade
Neneng
Nacionalista Party/Liberal Party
7.         De Castro, Pedro Hermilao
Pastor
Independent
8.         Fampo, Elma Castillon
Emay
Independent
9.         Forcadas, Edgar Gamos
Gar
Nacionalista Party/Liberal Party
10.     Gabilo, Elizalde Grigo
Zaldy
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
11.     Gan, Dominador Jr. David
Omeng
Nacionalista Party/Liberal Party
12.     Gelindon, Pedro Fabila
Endong
Independent
13.     Gervacio, Gerardo Francisco
Ardok
Nacionalista Party/Liberal Party
14.     Gregorio, Vicente Prado
Vic
Nacionalista Party/Liberal Party
15.     Javier, Benito Gaid
Boy
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
16.     Lota, Faith Selosa
Faith
Independent
17.     Macatubal, Ceazar Fetalco
Dodoy
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
18.     Magramo, Noe Billones
Noe
Nacionalista Party/Liberal Party
19.     Mercano, Generoso Fruelda
Gener
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
20.     Prado, Redante Condes
Dante
Independent
21.     Recto, Jameson Jr. Gamos
James
Independent
22.     Salivio, Edison Gacilo
Part
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
23.     Sarmiento, Nathaniel Manago
Delbe
Nacionalista Party/Liberal Party
24.     Selosa, Roel Taytay
Wel
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
25.     Tayco, Benjie Visca
Jie
Independent
MUNICIPALITY OF LOOC
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Arboleda, Leila Medina
Lei
Nacionalista Party
2.      Moreno, Fulgencio Sistosa
Polly
United Nationalist Alliance
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Agustin, Neil Javier
Jojo
Independent
2.         Bautista, Rolando Francisco
Rolly
Nacionalista Party
3.         Panes, Ernesto Pedroso
DokPanes
United Nationalist Alliance
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Andres, Benhur Moreno
Ben
Nacionalista Party
2.         Baladjay, Falconeri Gaño
Falco
United Nationalist Alliance
3.         Bernardo, Periano Rivas
Gaga
United Nationalist Alliance
4.         Clemente, Jhon Calvin Victoriano
Ekis
United Nationalist Alliance
5.         Fabellar, Venerando Sumanting
Ven
Independent
6.         Fos, Wilson Ferrancullo
Wil
Independent
7.         Gaa, Roberto Jr. Fabellar
JunJun
United Nationalist Alliance
8.         Gabuna, Daniel Glori
Dan
Nacionalista Party
9.         Gadaoni, June Solanoy
Jojo
United Nationalist Alliance
10.     Galindez, Iluminada Cabrera
Lumen
Nacionalista Party
11.     Gelindon, Baldomero Tan
Baldo
Nacionalista Party
12.     Gregorio, Rolando Sr. Conanan
Rolly
Independent
13.     Lachica, Hermie Gabay
Nono
Nacionalista Party
14.     Martinez, Christine Joy Irao
Joy
Nacionalista Party
15.     Ngo, Augusto Gaytano
Aggie Ang
United Nationalist Alliance
16.     Osorio, Ismael Jr. Sabigan
Bong
Liberal Party
17.     Peregrino, Mario Paloma
Mayo
Independent
18.     Reyes, Reyam Ambal
Yam
United Nationalist Alliance
19.     Solis, Ramiro Morales
Raming
United Nationalist Alliance
20.     Taytay, Dianson Ragas
Toto
Nacionalista Party
21.     Victoriano, Adolfo Macabales
Boy
Independent
22.     Victoriano, Pedro III Salvador
Jun
Independent
MUNICIPALITY OF MAGDIWANG
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Manzala, Ibarra Rovira
Baring
Nacionalista Party
2.      Monton, Julie Robin
Haruta
Liberal Party
3.      Tansiongco, Douglas Rey
Dodgie
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Rocha, Guillermo Recto
Emong
Nacionalista Party
2.         Roldan, Mario Rojas
Mayong
Liberal Party
3.         Royo, Julito Tansingco
Jul
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
4.         Ruado, Dolores Fallaria
Dolor
Independent
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Calsado, Luis John Peter Reta
Luis
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
2.         Macalipay, Julian Jr. Mazo
Bodyol
Liberal Party
3.         Male, Harinold Rustia
Nonoy
Liberal Party
4.         Marin, Genepher Robea
Epher
Liberal Party
5.         Mayor, Gil Rovira
Linggoy
Nacionalista Party
6.         Menese, Antonio Radan
Tony
Nacionalista Party
7.         Merida, Rogelio Romero
Pangging
Independent
8.         Molo, Vilma Lim
Vil
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
9.         Moral, Felimon Jr. Mendezabal
Fels
Independent
10.     Morgado, Don John Mayor
Don
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
11.     Muros, Wilson Tansingco
Ison
Liberal Party
12.     Rada, Ludito Martos
Luds
Liberal Party
13.     Radan, Rommel Augustus Relox
Nonoy
Nacionalista Party
14.     Relox, Elba Romero
El
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
15.     Repizo, Denisa Tansingco
Nene
Nacionalista Party
16.     Riano, Philand Macalipay
Philand
Liberal Party
17.     Riva, Gemma Tansiongco
Gem
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
18.     Rocha, Flaviano Jr. Recto
Jun
Liberal Party
19.     Rollon, Laarni Capispisan
Arnie
Nacionalista Party
20.     Rollon, Lowel Relox
Tingtong
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
21.     Roña, Lolito De la Cerna
Lolit
Liberal Party
22.     Tansiongco, Adeeb Relox
Adeeb
Independent
23.     Tansiongco, Ado Villanueva
Ads
Nacionalista Party
24.     Villanueva, Edgar Dizon
Toto
Liberal Party
MUNICIPALITY OF ODIONGAN
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Fajutnao, Brecio Dalisay
Jun
United Natonalist Alliance
2.      Firmalo, Baltazar Llorca
Boy
Liberal Party
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Dimaala, Diven Fos
Div
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
2.         Fodra, Roger Jr. Quijano
Toto
Nacionalista Party
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Bantang, Dominador Servañez
Domy
Nacionalista Party
2.         Chua, Romeo Jr. Fermanejo
Chow
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
3.         Evangelista, Louie Fabello
Lou
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
4.         Faderogao, Nicky Atilano
Kap Nicky
United Nationalist Alliance
5.         Fernandez, Aly Khan Hankins
Bonbon
Liberal Party
6.         Ferrancullo, Noel Firmalo
Noel
Independent
7.         Fodra, Renato Fiedacan
Boyet
Independent
8.         Fontamillas, Vanz Russel Ingco
Chot
United Nationalist Alliance
9.         Forca, Rolando Cruz
Dok
Liberal Party
10.     Forio, Rogelio Fajilagutan
Roger
United Nationalist Alliance
11.     Fran, Lily Maulion
Mother Lily
United Nationalist Alliance
12.     Galangera, Villamor Fornal
Billy
Independent
13.     Galindez, Daryle Fabella
Daryle
Liberal Party
14.     Gonzales, Manuel A. Fortu
Bro Manny
Independent
15.     Lachica, Rollie Fetalvero
Roll
Liberal Party
16.     Magallanes, Jonathan Fetalino
Nath
Independent
17.     Martirez, Joy Fontamillas
Joy
Liberal Party
18.     Maulion, Virgilio Catapang
Virgie
Nacionalista Party
19.     Noche, Mar Greg De Castro
Toto
Independent
20.     Real, Ruthenia Famatiga
Ruth
United Nationalist Allliance
21.     Reyes, Mark Anthony Maulion
Cocoy
Nacionalista Party
MUNICIPALITY OF ROMBLON
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Arboleda, Marvin Mellendrez
Marvin
Independent
2.      Montojo, Gerard Sy
Gard
Nacionalista Party
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Mateo, Mariano Mallorca
Anoy
Nacionalista Party
2.         Montojo, Cesar Maestro
Sar
Independent
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Atanoc, Julito Manalastas
Oray
Independent
2.         Lim, Maria Rhosarean Solis
Nene
Nacionalista Party
3.         Machon, Larry Mortel
Larry
Independent
4.         Madrona, Noe Sr. Mazo
Noy
Independent
5.         Maduro, Jusel Pastor
Jo
Independent
6.         Magallon, Marcelo Montojo
Celoy
Independent
7.         Magano, Orlando Mayor
Orly
Nacionalista Party
8.         Mallorca, Jerry Molino
Jers
Liberal Party
9.         Manzo, Dinnes Mangao
DJ Dennis
Independent
10.     Mayor, Francisco Jr. Rafol
Francis
Independent
11.     Merida, Leo Gallamoza
Dodoy
Independent
12.     Mesana, Melben Montojo
Dodoy
Nacionalista Party
13.     Morante, Luis Lakandula
Toing
Independent
14.     Oñas, Senia Galindez
Senia
Independent
15.     Regala, Vyktor Galang
Boy
Independent
16.     Riano, Francis Reano
Pido
Liberal Party
17.     Robis, Edler Martos
Edling
Nacionalista Party
18.     Romero, Navourneen Giovanni Avon Mayo
Avon
Liberal Party
19.     Silverio, Mart Arthur Lorenzo
Mac-Mac
Nacionalista Party
20.     Solanoy, Norberto Jr. Eguna
Jay
Independent
21.     Taupo, Nelly Moreno
Nhel
Independent
MUNICIPALITY OF SAN AGUSTIN
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Abero, Linda Jean Moreno
Linda Jean

2.      Madrona, Emmanuel Fabic
Toto
Nacionalista Party
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Maaba, Errol Prieto
Toto

2.         Manipol, Harold Alag
Toto Harold

3.         Marin, Zaldy Gan
Zal
Nacionalista Party
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Burguete, Yolly Costino
Yol
Nacionalista Party
2.         Catajay, Carlos Pinuela
Calong
Nacionalista Party
3.         Duroy, Bernard Evangelio
Nono

4.         Faigao, Sancho Jr. Malbas
Joey

5.         Fatalla, Norman Manal
Maman
Nacionalista Party
6.         Galicia, Henedina Solano
Hennie

7.         Madrilejos, Claro Jr. Abello
Jun
Nacionalista Party
8.         Manga, Lupo Maquinto
Upong
Nacionalista Party
9.         Mangao, Rosanna Manalon
Bing

10.     Miralles, Paterno Magracia
Pater

11.     Montesa, Ruben Gadon
Bing

12.     Morada, Jimmy Mortel
Jim
Nacionalista Party
13.     Moreno, Alfeo Magracia
Alping

14.     Mutia, Renante Malubay
Nante

15.     Panopio, Elmo Manal
Agimat
Makabayang Koalisyon ng Mamamayan
16.     Perez, Patria Solano
Patring
Nacionalista Party
17.     Tan, Felicito Yap
Titoy

18.     Tan, William Manguerra
William
Nacionalista Party
MUNICIPALITY OF SAN ANDRES
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Galicia, Hemeniano Jr. Gabaldon
Dandy
Nacionalista Party
2.      Rovillos, Feinald Gamo
Dok
United Nationalist Allliance
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Gadon, Arsenio Ganan
Lolong
United Nationalist Allliance
2.         Mingoa, Rene Juliano
Ating
Nacionalista Party
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Alladin, Ernesto Gado
Meneng
Nacionalista Party
2.         Culla, Mario Espeleta
Mar
United Nationalist Allliance
3.         Dalisay, Cinderella Solangon
Cindring
Independent
4.         Fabella, Romeo Montesa
Romy
Nacionalista Party
5.         Fainsan, Armando Castillano
Armand
Nacionalista Party
6.         Fetalver, Percival Forlales
Val
Independent
7.         Fradejas, Dinah Fabula
Dines
Nacionalista Party
8.         Fronda, Bodith Mortel
Dit
Nacionalista Party
9.         Gabaldon, Araceli Maracelino
Cely
Nacionalista Party
10.     Gadon, Amor Noche
Bonjing
Independent
11.     Galus, Pepito Gagani
Pet
Nacionalista Party
12.     Gamo, Melvin Gabay
Bonbon
United Nationalist Allliance
13.     Guro, Laurito Falible
Larry
United Nationalist Allliance
14.     Ibañez, Joel Gabayno
Bong
Nacionalista Party
15.     Madeja, Ely Tan
Bong
United Nationalist Allliance
16.     Mazo, Nazario Fetalco
Zarie
United Nationalist Allliance
17.     Mingoa, Ruben Vergara
Ben
Independent
18.     Mortel, Aguedo Manzano
Nonoy
United Nationalist Allliance
19.     Musca, Rameses Vicente
Ram
Independent
20.     Padilla, Chery Vicente
Joy
United Nationalist Allliance
21.     Vergara, June Charlo Manzano
Carlo
United Nationalist Allliance
                       MUNICIPALITY OF SAN JOSE
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Samson, Ronnie Dalayday
Tho
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
2.      Tandog, Filipino Tumabagahan
Fil
Nacionalista Party
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Evangelio, Howard Bernardo
Dondon
Nacionalista Party
2.         Sombilon, Egdon Tugnao
Bong
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Andres, Nelson Montesa
Nelly
Independent
2.         Bantang, Reynaldo Sombilon
Naldo
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
3.         Batistis, Roberto Capispisan
Bobby
Independent
4.         Capispisan, Catalino Cabangon
Odong
Independent
5.         Cawaling, Melvin Batuigas
Nonoy
Independent
6.         Estimado, Eduard Mendoza
Boy
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
7.         Gabinete, Edmon Roberto
Long
Independent
8.         Gripon, Oro Jr. Sombilon
Danica
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
9.         Magbanua, Edison Tana
Billy
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
10.     Maming, Honorio Bernabe
Toto
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
11.     Mariano, Domingo Pablo
Doming
Independent
12.     Mendoza, Esteban Delos Reyes
Steve
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
13.     Miñano, Harold Sombilon
Poray
Liberal Party
14.     Pablo, Leny Evangelio
Lilik
Independent
15.     Sabay, Orlando Tindan
Orlan
Nacionalista Party
16.     Sombilon, Antonio Sr. Alam
Tony
Liberal Party
17.     Sombilon, Isidro Alam
JR.
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
18.     Sombilon, Vilmo Jr. Salibio
Marlou
Nacionalista Party
19.     Sungcang, Romero Mariano
Meroy
Nacionalista Party
20.     Tandog, Napoleon Jr. Tumbagahan
Ex
Liberal Party
21.     Umambong, Analyn Tana
Bheng
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
22.     Venus, Ellen Aguirre
Len
Nacionalista Party
23.     Vicente, Cynthia Gregorio
Langgay
Independent
24.     Villanueva, Gina Domingo
Gie
Nacionalista Party
25.     Visca, Ammie Conanan
Mie
Independent
MUNICIPALITY OF SAN FERNANDO
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Aligno, Ricardo Jr. Mendoza
Ric

2.      Rios, Dindo Coronel
Doy
Liberal Party
3.      Tansingco, Salem Robea
Salem
Nacionalista Party
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Castro, Jesusima Royo
Sima
Liberal Party
2.         Roda, Jesse Bersaba
Dodong
Nacionalista Party
3.         Royo, Robinson Rabino
Obin

SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Baranda, Rene Llavor
Renren
Nacionalista Party
2.         Bersaba, Miller Rollon
Dodong

3.         Franco, Jhenny Managaytay
Frank

4.         Gubaton, RamonitoTogle
Amon

5.         Lotec, Valentin Jr. Riano
Jun
Liberal Party
6.         Marin, Alquin Macato
Al
Nacionalista Party
7.         Marin, Domingo Briones
Doming
Liberal Party
8.         Marin, Ronnie Garcia
Ron

9.         Mejias, Jesus Sanz
Jake

10.     Mostaza, Adeterio Romero
Ting
Nacionalista Party
11.     Palma, Roberto Mangarin
Bert
Liberal Party
12.     Rafol, Meriam Rollan
Mer
Liberal Party
13.     Ramos, Albert Rotoni
Al

14.     Renion, Zenaida Apasan
Bubot
Nacionalista Party
15.     Repil, Zoraida Relox
Zorai
Nacionalista Party
16.     Rios, Cynthia Recto
Titing
Nacionalista Party
17.     Rios, Daxie Benedict Realuyo
Dax
Liberal Party
18.     Romano, Nixon Maglinte
Niko

19.     Rosas, Arben Romero
Cocoy
Nacionalista Party
20.     Royo, Donato Rada
Datoy

21.     Rutor, Lydia Rubas
Ning
Nacionalista Party
22.     Tan, Rolando Romero
Lando
Liberal Party
23.     Tornea, Jayrold Borda
Titoy

24.     Vicente, Emmanuel Riano
Tawi
Liberal Party
MUNICIPALITY OF SANTA FE
MUNICIPAL MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.      Mendoza, Evelyn Antonio
Toto
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
2.      Visca, Asher Coching
Asher
Nacionalista Party
MUNICIPAL VICE-MAYOR
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Fernando, Damaso Jr. Jungay
Dama
Independent
2.         Galido, Miguel Martino
Mike
Liberal Party
3.         Gallos, Juliana Sarito
Julie
Independent
4.         Valentin, Primo Talaoc
Nonong
Independent
SANGGUNIANG BAYAN (COUNCILOR)
NAME
NICKNAME
POLITICAL PARTY
1.         Andres, Perla Rufon
Perla
United Nationalist Alliance
2.         Asis, Dolly Jr. Rufon
Barok
United Nationalist Alliance
3.         Bartolome, Edgardo Ruiz
Edgar
Nacionalista Party
4.         Cawaling, Diosdado Madrid
Dadoy
Liberal Party
5.         Coching, Melsie De Jesus
Diding
Nacionalista Party
6.         Condes, Daryl Tiaga
Dar
Independent
7.         Cruz, Blas Gelito
Nono
Independent
8.         Espenida, Edwin Sr. Fernando
Dwin
Independent
9.         Fernando, Jonathan Talabucon
Alo
United Nationalist Alliance
10.     Malacad, Edmundo Umambong
Edmund
Liberal Party
11.     Molina, Freddie Tabuna
Fred
Independent
12.     Punzalan, Rolando Cordova
Rolly
Liberal Party
13.     Selosa, Sheldon Dagohoy
Dhon
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
14.     Sevilla, Eduard Sr. Mendoza
Bako
Independent
15.     Solanoy, Mercedes Gomez
Ditas
United Nationalist Alliance
16.     Solanoy, Roberto Rufon
Bert
Nacionalista Party
17.     Victoriano, Val Salvador
Boyet
Nacionalista Party
18.     Visca, Patrocinio Fernando
Patring
Nacionalista Party
19.     Visca, RandieSaturnino
Boyet
Independent
20.     Yap, Lito Galos
Lits
Nationalist Peoples Coalition
MUNICIPALITY OF SANTA MARIA (IMELDA)