Biñan local elections, 2013

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Biñan mayoral election, 2013

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May 13, 2013
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Nominee Marlyn "Len-Len" Alonte-Naguiat Reynaldo Cardeño
Party Liberal NPC
Running mate Walfredo Dimaguila, Jr. Rene Manabat
Popular vote 25,935 851
Percentage 76.63 2.51

Mayor before election

Marlyn "Len-Len" Alonte
Liberal

Elected Mayor

Marlyn "Len-Len" Alonte
Liberal

Local elections was held in Biñan City on May 13, 2013 within the Philippine general election. The voters elected for the elective local posts in the city: the mayor, vice mayor, and ten councilors.

Overview[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Marlyn "Len-Len" Alonte-Naguiat decided to run as a re-electionist under the Liberal Party, her opponents are Reynaldo Cardeño, NPC's nominee and Joaquin Borja an independent candidate.

Mayor Marlyn's running mate is Walfredo Dimaguila, Jr. also under the Liberal Party.

Results[edit]

The candidates for mayor and vice mayor with the highest amount of votes wins the seat; they are voted separately, therefore, they may be of different parties when elected.

Mayoral and vice mayoral elections[edit]

2013 Biñan City mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Marlyn Alonte 25,935 71.79%
Independent Joaquin Borja 7,057 19.53%
NPC Reynaldo Cardeño 851 2.36%
Margin of victory 18,878 52.25%
Invalid or blank votes 2,284 6.32%
Totals 36,127 100.00%
Liberal hold
2013 Biñan City vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Arman Dimaguila 19,426 53.77%
UNA Rene Manabat 14,397 39.85%
Margin of victory 5,029 13.92%
Invalid or blank votes 2,304 6.38%
Totals 36,127 100.00%
Liberal hold

City Council[edit]

Voters will elect ten (10) councilors to comprise the City Council or the Sangguniang Panlungsod. Candidates are voted separately so there are chances where winning candidates will have unequal number of votes and may come from different political parties. The ten candidates with the highest number of votes win the seats.

2013 Biñan City Council
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Gel Alonte 21,829 8.38%
Liberal Magtanggol Jose C. Carait III 18,930 7.26%
Liberal Ramon Bejasa 18,881 7.25%
UNA Jose Ruben Yatco 18,647 7.16%
Liberal Marielle B. Micor 17,962 6.89%
Liberal Jaime M. Salandanan 17,791 6.83%
Liberal Vicente J. Tan Gana Jr. 17,628 6.76%
UNA Liza Cardeño 16,641 6.39%
Liberal Gener D. Romantigue 16,332 6.27%
Liberal Romulo "Ome" Reyes 14,826 5.69%
Liberal Alexis Desuasido 14,246 5.47%
Liberal Ramon Garcia 13,624 5.23%
UNA Ramon Carrillo 12,878 4.94%
Independent Elmario B. Dimaranan 7,612 2.92%
Independent Alvin Manarin 4,925 1.89%
NPC Hermenegildo Sotto 3,833 1.47%
Independent Venancio Cabral, Jr. 3,198 1.23%
NPC Alfredo Alzona 2,850 1.09%
Independent Kapitan Casing Pabalan 2,360 0.91%
Independent Boy Kahig Onofre 2,293 0.88%
Independent Edgar Capili 1,763 0.68%
NPC Ferdinand Ama 1,756 0.67%
NPC Rodolfo Diokno 1,737 0.67%
NPC Michael Potenciano III 1,585 0.61%
Independent Rhoniel Dilag 1,257 0.48%
Independent Rio Dueñas 1,175 0.45%
NPC Ghel Navarroza 1,108 0.43%
Independent Ver Villadiego 1,040 0.40%
Independent Edwin Elyhiyo Frenz Panelo 957 0.37%
Independent Rizal Syluancia 923 0.35%
Invalid or blank votes  %
Totals 36,127 100%

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