Aurora Provincial Board

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The Aurora Provincial Board is the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (provincial legislature) of the Philippine province of Antique.

The members are elected via plurality-at-large voting: the province is divided into two districts, each sending four members to the provincial board; the electorate votes for four members, with the four candidates with the highest number of votes being elected. The vice governor is the ex officio presiding officer, and only votes to break ties. The vice governor is elected via the plurality voting system province-wide.

District apportionment[edit]

Elections No. of seats per district Ex officio seats Total seats
1st 2nd
2004–13 4 4 2 12

List of members[edit]

An additional two ex officio members are the presidents of the provincial chapter of the Association of Barangay Captains and the Sangguniang Kabataan provincial president; the municipal and city (if applicable) presidents of the Association of Barangay Captains, and Sangguniang Kabataan, shall elect amongst themselves their provincial presidents which shall be their representatives at the board.

Vice Governor[edit]

Election
year
Name Party
2001 Annabella Tangson
2004 Annabella Tangson LDP
2007 Gerardo Noveras PMP
2010 Gerardo Noveras Liberal
2013 Rommel Angara LDP

1st District[edit]

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Member (party) Member (party)
2004 Shierwin Taay
(Lakas-CMD)
Zenaida Querijero
(LDP)
Benjamin Mata
(LDP)
Philip Bautista
(Lakas-CMD)
2007 Shierwin Taay
(LDP)
Oscar Padua
(LDP)
Pedro Ong, Jr.
Mariano Tangson
(LDP)
2010 Cesar Mimentel
(LDP)
Wenceslao Padua
(LDP)
Pedro Ong, Jr.
(Nacionalista)
Philip Bautista
(LDP)
2013 Mariano Tangson
(Nacionalista)
Pedro Ong, Jr.
(Nacionalista)
Oscar Padua
(LDP)

2nd District[edit]

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Member (party) Member (party)
2004 Narciso Amansec
(Lakas-CMD)
Pablo Miran
(Lakas-CMD)
Renato Pascua
(LDP)
Joselito Cabauatan
(Lakas-CMD)
2007 Denia Valin
(LDP)
Danilo Tolentino Joselito Cabauatan
(LDP)
2010 Ruben Alipio, Jr.
(LDP)
2013 Danilo Tolentino
(LDP)
Antonio Curitana
(LDP)