Bohol local elections, 2010

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Bohol gubernatorial elections, 2010

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May 10, 2010
→ 2013

  Edgardo M. Chatto.jpg Cesar Montano.jpg
Nominee Edgardo Chatto Julius Caesar Herrera Cesar Montano
Party Lakas-Kampi Nacionalista Liberal
Running mate Concepcion Lim Tomas Abapo Jr. Elpidio Jala
Popular vote 218,560 162,510 149,771
Percentage 40.64 30.22 27.85

Governor before election

Erico Aumentado
Lakas-Kampi

Elected Governor

Edgardo Chatto
Lakas-Kampi

Local elections held in the Province of Bohol last May 10, 2010 as part of the 2010 general election. Voters elected candidates for all local positions: a city or town mayor, vice mayor and town councilors, as well as three to four members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, the vice-governor, governor and representatives for the three district of Bohol. Bohol has posted an approximate total of 736,468 voters[1] based on the latest count after the deadline set on October 31, 2009 compared to a total of 695,445 voters in 2007 election. A sum of 610,494 or 82.89% from the total number voters cast their votes during the election day.

The administration Lakas-Kampi-CMD[2] bets for the top provincial posts made a sweeping victory in all the three congressional districts as the first automated elections drew the final results. Edgardo Chatto and his running mate former provincial board member Concepcion Lim won with a remarkable margins over rivals. The three congressional seats in the province were also won by Lakas-Kampi-CMD, namely former Gov. Rene Relampagos for the first district, Gov. Erico Aumentado for the second district and former Department of Agriculture Secretary Arthur Yap for the third district.[3]

Results[edit]

The candidates for governor[4] and vice governor with the highest amount of votes wins the seat; they are voted separately, therefore, they may be of different parties when elected.

Gubernatorial election results[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies. The total number of voters who actually voted is 610,494.

Bohol gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Edgardo Chatto 218,560 40.64%
Nacionalista Julius Caesar Herrera 162,510 30.22%
Liberal Cesar Montano 149,771 27.85%
PGRP Eunice Cabillo-Campo 5,304 0.99%
Independent Jetur Ramada 1,585 0.29%
Totals 537,730 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi gain from Nacionalista

Vice gubernatorial election results[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies. The total number of voters who actually voted is 610,494.

Bohol vice gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Concepcion Lim 169,363 35.35%
Nacionalista Tomas Abapo, Jr. 158,078 33.00%
Liberal Elpidio Jala 137,516 28.70%
Independent Cresencio Alturas 14,110 2.95%
Totals 479,067 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi gain from Nacionalista

Congressional elections[edit]

Each of Bohol's three legislative districts will elect each representative to the House of Representatives. The candidate with the highest amount of votes wins the seat.

1st District, Candidates for Congressman[edit]

Edgar M. Chatto (Lakas-Kampi-CMD) is the incumbent, but he is ineligible for re-election since he is on his third consecutive term already. Former governor Rene Relampagos will run in his place; he is running under the Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino although Lakas-Kampi-CMD is also supporting his candidacy.[5]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Bohol's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
LDP Rene Relampagos 92,220 50.57%
Liberal Edgar Kapirig 45,561 24.98%
NPC Oscar Glovasa 43,674 23.95%
Independent Mario Magat Jr. 920 0.50%
Totals 182,375 100.00%
LDP gain from Liberal

2nd District, Candidates for Congressman[edit]

Roberto Cajes is the incumbent, but he is ineligible for re-election since he is on his third consecutive term already. Lakas-Kampi-CMD initially nominated Erico B. Aumentado as their candidate in this district, but Aumentado was expelled from the party because of his alleged association with Manny Villar, the presidential nominee of the rival Nacionalista Party. Lakas-Kampi-CMD then sent a certificate of nomination to incumbent congressman Roberto Cajes' wife Judith.[6]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Bohol's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Erico B. Aumentado[7] 94,017 57.46%
Independent Judith Cajes 57,874 35.37%
Liberal Danilo Mendez 9,537 35.37%
PMP Rolando Andy Manatad 2,193 1.34%
Totals 163,621 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi gain from Liberal

3rd District, Candidate for Congressman[edit]

Adam Relson Jala (Lakas-Kampi-CMD) is the incumbent. But Jala decided not to run for a second term this election. He ran for provincial vice-governorship but later dropped his candidacy to support his uncle, Elpidio Jala, who is also running for vice governor. Secretary of Agriculture Arthur Yap is running instead unopposed, currently the only cabinet official not facing opposition.[8]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Bohol's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Arthur Yap 136,164 100.00%
Totals 136,164 100.00%

Sangguniang Panlalawigan elections[edit]

Both 1st and 2nd District of Bohol will elect three Sangguniang Panlalawigan or provincial board members. In case of 3rd district, the district with highest population, it will elect four board members. The candidates with the highest amount of votes win the seats allocated for each district, with the number of winning candidates per district equal to the number of seats that district sends to the provincial legislature.

Party Total votes Total seats
Total  % Total  %
Lakas-Kampi 457,988 37.2% 5 41.7%
Nacionalista 424,481 34.5% 3 25.0%
Liberal 151,185 12.3% 0 0.0%
Independents 117,380 9.5% 1 8.3%
PDP-Laban 80,929 6.6% 1 8.3%
Total valid votes cast 1,231,963 N/A
Total turnout 610,494 100.00%
Total partisan seats 10 83.3%
Seat for Association of Barangay Captains President 1 8.3%
Seat for Association of Sangguniang Kabataan chairmen President 1 8.3%
Total non-partisan seats 2 16.7%
Total seats 12 100.0%

1st District[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Bohol 1st District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Venzencio Arcamo 55,196 16.0%
Nacionalista Danilo Bantugan 52,151 12.99%
Independent Raul Barbarona 41,194 10.26%
Independent Rodolfo Cañizares 4,776 1.19%
Lakas-Kampi Abeleon Damalerio 64,248 20.00%
Liberal Zeus Manuel Descallar 9,846 2.45%
Liberal Cirilo Esperanza Jr. 14,114 3.52%
PDP-Laban Cesar Tomas Lopez 80,929 20.16%
Nacionalista Doris Dinorog-Obena 41,708 10.39%
Liberal Nemesio Monton 37,268 9.28%
Totals 201,884 100.00%

2nd District[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Bohol 2nd District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Luciano Bentulan Jr. 10,127 3.21%
Liberal Eliseo Boyles 19,197 6.08%
Nacionalista Feliberto Camacho 34,603 10.97%
Lakas-Kampi Romulo Cepedoza 47,378 15.02%
Nacionalista Gerardo Garcia 71,035 22.52%
Liberal Wenceslao Garcia 23,809 7.55%
Lakas-Kampi Josephine Socorro Jumamoy 78,855 25.00%
Lakas-Kampi Mutya Kismet Tirol-Macuno 30,479 9.66%
Totals 194,765 100.00%

3rd District[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies

Bohol 3rd District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Dionisio Balite 112,270 21.80%
Nacionalista Felix Casingcasing Sr. 33,669 6.54%
Independent Eduardo Enerio 6,898 1.34%
Liberal Florencia Garcia 54,107 10.53%
Lakas-Kampi Brigido Imboy 54,287 10.54%
Lakas-Kampi Senen Lloren 39,999 7.77%
Lakas-Kampi Aster Apalisok-Piollo 42,039 8.16%
Nacionalista Bienvenido Molina 79,045 15.35%
Independent Godofreda Tirol 64,512 12.53%
Lakas-Kampi Josil Trabajo 45,507 8.84%
Totals 213,845 100.00%

Mayoralty election[edit]

All municipalities of Bohol and Tagbilaran City will elect mayor and vice-mayor this election. 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. Below is the list of mayoralty candidates of each city and municipalities per district.[9] Out of 47 towns and one city, Tagbilaran City, 22 mayors were reelected to their position and 26 were elected as new mayors. The list can be deduced to indicate that Bohol under new administration will have 37 male and 11 female city or town executive. On the other hand, 34 have been elected as new vice mayors and 14 incumbents have been reelected. The new vice mayors include six incumbent mayors who slid down and won.[10]

1st District, candidates for Mayor[edit]

Tagbilaran City[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 40,690. Defeated mayoralty bet, City Vice Mayor Jose Antonio Veloso filed an electoral protest at the Commission on Elections in Manila versus re-elected Mayor Dan Neri Lim after claiming that there were irregularities in the May 10 polls.[11] Lim won in all 15 barangays of the city including Booy, which is also the home barangay of Veloso. Nuevas Tirol-Montes is also reelected as vice mayor.

Tagbilaran City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Dan Neri Lim 24,061 60.47%
Lakas-Kampi Jose Antonio Veloso 15,726 39.53%
Totals 39,787 100.00%

Alburquerque[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 5,383. Jet Jose Ugdoracion is also reelected as vice mayor.

Alburquerque mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Rene Buates 1,689 32.32%
Liberal Cirilo Jalad 1,368 26.18%
Lakas-Kampi Efren Tungol 2,169 41.50%
Totals 5,226 100.00%

Antequera[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 7,319. Jose Mario Pahang became the newly elected mayor and Liliosa Nunag is also reelected as vice mayor.

Antequera mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Jose Mario Pahang 3,656 52.48%
Independent Samuel Rebosura 3,310 47.52%
Totals 6,966 100.00%

Baclayon[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 9,342. Both Alvin Uy and Jodel Theodore Cabahug were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Baclayon mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Pelegrino Ibao 12 0.13%
Nacionalista Alvin Uy 4,644 50.50%
Lakas-Kampi Benecio Uy 4,540 49.37%
Totals 9,196 100.00%

Balilihan[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 8,516. Dominisio Chatto became the newly elected mayor while Efren Chatto was reelected as vice mayor.

Balilihan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Dominicio Chatto 6,359 100.00%
Totals 6,359 100.00%

Calape[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 16,024. Incumbent mayor Sulpicio Yu Jr. was reelected as town mayor together with his brother Nelson Yu, who also won as vice-mayor over their rivals.

Calape mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Gerardo Quadrasal Jr. 28,56 18.60%
Lakas-Kampi Sulpicio Yu Jr. 12,496 81.40%
Totals 15,063 100.00%

Catigbian[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 11,108. Both Roberto Salinas and Reynald Lacea were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Catigbian mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Roberto Salinas 7,502 100.00%
Totals 7,502 100.00%

Corella[edit]

Total number of participants who actually voted is 3,938. Both Epifanio Bolando and Vito Rapal were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Corella mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Epifanio Bolando 2,050 53.33%
Nacionalista Jose Nicanor Tocmo 1,794 46.67%
Totals 3,844 100.00%

Cortes[edit]

Total number of participants who actually voted is 8,437. Both Apolinaria Balistoy and Danilo Montero were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Cortes mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Apolinaria Balistoy 5,098 62.12%
Independent Rodrigo Dennis Uy 3,109 37.88%
Totals 8,207 100.00%

Dauis[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 18,024. Jaime Jimenez became the newly elected mayor while Allan Coloma was reelected as vice mayor.

Dauis mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Victorio Migrino 8,828 50.43%
PMP Jaime Jimenez 8,678 49.57%
Totals 17,506 100.00%

Loon[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 20.117. Lloyd Peter Lopez became the newly elected mayor while Edwin Ladeza was reelected as vice mayor.

Loon mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Wilfredo Caresosa 3,999 19.88%
PDP-Laban Lloyd Peter Lopez 16,118 80.12%
Totals 20,117 100.00%

Maribojoc[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 10,222. Both Leoncio Evasco and Fructuoso Redulla Jr. were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Maribojoc mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Leoncio Evasco 6,143 60.91%
Lakas-Kampi Jose Veloso 3,942 39.09%
Totals 10,085 100.00%

Panglao[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 15,440. Both Benedicto Alcala and Evangeline Lazaro were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Panglao mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Benedicto Alcala 5,512 36.74%
Liberal Arturo Arboladura 211 1.41%
LDP Pedro Fuertes 4,228 20.18%
Independent Leonila Montero 5,050 33.66%
Totals 15,001 100.00%

Sikatuna[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 3,998. Jose Ellorimo became the newly elected mayor while Julian Manigo was reelected as vice mayor.

Sikatuna mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Ireneo Calimpusan 1,760 43.99%
Nacionalista Jose Ellorimo 2,190 56.01%
Totals 3,924 100.00%

Tubigon[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 21,861. Incumbent mayor Luna Piezas was lost to William Jao by 16.9% of votes. However, Piezas said he will file a formal complaint before the local courts for alleged election fraud last May 10 polls. Piezas claimed he was a victim of a "pre-programmed compact flash card" which manipulated the results of the local elections in his hometown.[12] William Jao became the newly elected mayor while Virgilio Fortich was reelected was vice mayor.

Tubigon mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista William Jao 12,483 56.67%
Lakas-Kampi Luna Piezas 8,792 41.33%
Totals 21,275 100.00%

2nd District, Candidates for Mayor[edit]

Bien Unido[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 11,557. Both Niño Rey Boniel and Justiniane Petronilo were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Bien Unido mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Virginia Baruffol 47 0.42%
Nacionalista Niño Rey Boniel 5,983 53.82%
Lakas-Kampi Rogelio Villarias[13] 5,086 47.75%
Totals 11,116 100.00%

Buenavista[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 13,747. Both Robert Celocia and Ronald Lowell Tirol were elected as the new mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Buenavista mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Robert Celosia 6,788 51.86%
Lakas-Kampi Elsa Tirol 6,255 47.79%
Totals 13,090 100.00%

Clarin[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 10,546. Allen Ray Piezas became the newly elected mayor while Hermogenes Diezon was reelected as vice mayor.

Clarin mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Allen Ray Piezas 6,644 65.93%
Nacionalista Trifon Sanchez 1,609 15.97%
Independent Maria Juditha Simbajon 1,825 18.11%
Totals 10,078 100.00%

Dagohoy[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 8,631. Both Herminio Relampagos and Jemilo Puertos were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Dagohoy mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Anania David 2,049 24.73%
Independent Herminio Relampagos 6,235 75.27%
Totals 8,284 100.00%

Danao[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 8,289. Luis Thomas Gonzaga was reelected as mayor while Jose Cepedoza became the newly elected vice mayor.

Danao mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Louis Thomas Gonzaga 6,752 100.00%
Totals 6,752 100.00%

Getafe[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 14,981. Cary Camacho became the newly elected mayor while Simon Torreon was reelected as vice mayor.

Getafe mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
LDP Cary Camacho 5,352 37.16%
Nacionalista Maria Fe Camacho-Lejos 4,299 29.85%
Lakas-Kampi Manuel Monillas 4,751 32.39%
Totals 14,402 20.00%

Inabanga[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 20,553. Jose Jono Jumamoy was reelected as mayor while Wenceslao Lao became the newly elected vice mayor.

Inabanga mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Jose Jono Jumamoy 16,388 85.62%
Liberal Geronimo Mejias 2,753 14.38%
Totals 19,141 100.00%

Pres. Carlos P. Garcia[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 10,873. Tesalonica Boyboy was reelected as mayor while Nestor Abad became the newly elected vice mayor.

Pres. Carlos P. Garcia mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Tesalonica Boyboy 7,796 74.93%
Independent Casiano Oldigado 1,833 17.62%
Liberal Leoniso Rosales 776 7.46%
Totals 10,405 100.00%

Sagbayan[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 11,390. Ricardo Suarez became the newly elected mayor while Charito Lao was reelected as vice mayor.

Sagbayan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Castelar Borja 36 0.33%
Lakas-Kampi Pastor Gudia 4,304 39.04%
Liberal Ricardo Suarez 6,686 60.64%
Totals 11,026 100.00%

San Isidro[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 4,963. Jacinto Naraga became the newly elected mayor while Eudoxio Asoy was reelected as vice mayor.

San Isidro mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Apolinar Gumanid 2,293 47.24%
Nacionalista Jacinto Naraga 2,561 52.27%
Totals 4,854 100.00%

San Miguel[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 10,811. Both Claudio Bonior and Jonathan Reyes were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

San Miguel mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Claudio Bonior 5,629 53.27%
PMP Pinat, Nunila 4,938 46.73%
Totals 10,567 100.00%

Talibon[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 24,890. Both Restituto Auxtero and Marcos Aurestila were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Talibon mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Restituto Auxtero 12,452 51.70%
Independent Juanario Item 11,631 48.30%
Totals 24,083 100.00%

Trinidad[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 14,123. Both Roberto Cajes and Franciso Gonzales were elected as the new mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Trinidad mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Roberto Cajes 8,045 59.15%
Liberal Florencio Flores Jr. 5,556 40.85%
Totals 13,601 100.00%

Ubay[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 29,411. Eutiquio Bernales Sr. and Constantino Reyes were reelected as mayor and vice mayor respectively.

Ubay mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Galicano Atup 8,267 29.96%
Lakas-Kampi Eutiquio Bernales Sr. 11,465 41.41%
Independent Amalia Tirol 7,954 28.73%
Totals 27,686 100.00%

3rd District, Candidates for Mayor[edit]

Alicia[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 10,982. Both Marnilou Ayuban and Basilio Balahay were elected as the new mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Alicia mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Marnilou Ayuban 5,867 55.70%
Lakas-Kampi Pedro Miasco 4,667 44.30%
Totals 10,534 100.00%

Anda[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 8,634. Angelina Simacio became the newly elected mayor while Paulino Amper was reelected as vice mayor.

Anda mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Domenciano Deligero 473 5.49%
Lakas-Kampi Reinerio Makinano 4,084 47.42%
Nacionalista Angelina Simacio 4,086 47.43%
Totals 8,615 100.00%

Batuan[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 6,663. Gregoria Pepito became the newly elected mayor while Antonino Jumawid was reelected as vice mayor.

Batuan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Necitas Avito Dumagan 403 6.21%
Independent Gaudencio Gamayot 238 3.67%
LDP Rolando Emmanuel Leyson 2,832 43.62%
Lakas-Kampi Gregoria Pepito 3,019 46.50%
Totals 6,492 100.00%

Bilar[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 9,178. Norman Palacio became the newly elected mayor while Arnold Calamba was reelected as vice mayor.

Bilar mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Esther Corazon Galbreath 4,384 48.71%
Nacionalista Norman Palacio 4,616 51.29%
Totals 9,000 100.00%

Candijay[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 15,064. Incumbent mayor Sergio Amora Jr. was reelected as town mayor under Lakas-Kampi-CMD. While, his brother Rey Amora, an Independent also won as vice mayor.

Candijay mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Sergio Amora Jr. 8,688 58.94%
NPC Trygve Olaivar 6,053 41.06%
Totals 14,741 100.00%

Carmen[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 22,659. Conchita Toribio-delos Reyes became the newly elected mayor while Pedro Budiongan was reelected as vice mayor.

Carmen mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Conchita Toribio-delos Reyes 13,480 61.42%
Nacionalista Manuel Molina 8,467 38.58%
Totals 21,947 100.00%

Dimiao[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 8,288. Slyvia Adame was reelected as mayor while Danilo Guivencan became the newly elected vice mayor.

Dimiao mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Slyvia Adame 4,210 52.16%
Independent Jaime Balbon 3,862 47.84%
Totals 8,072 100.00%

Duero[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 9,594. Both Cornelius Ocay and Patton Olano were elected as the new mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Duero mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Angelito Betonio 3,589 38.74%
LDP Cornelius Ocay 5,675 61.26%
Totals 9,264 100.00%

Garcia-Hernandez[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 11,342. Miguelito Galendez became the newly elected mayor while Pio Salmasan was reelected as vice mayor.

Garcia Hernandez mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Miguelito Galendez 6,024 54.64%
Lakas-Kampi Tita Gallentes 5,001 45.36%
Totals 11,025 100.00%

Guindulman[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 15,452. Both Maria Fe Piezas and Maria Edineth Hohmann were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Guindulman mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Oriculo Granada 4,318 28.94%
Lakas-Kampi Maria Fe Piezas 10,604 71.08%
Totals 14,922 100.00%

Jagna[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 16,708. Fortunato Abrenilla Jr. became the newly elected mayor while Exuperio Lloren was reelected as vice mayor.

Jagna mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Fortunato Abrenilla Jr. 11,947 74.09%
Liberal Joseph Rañola 4,179 25.91%
Totals 16,126 100.00%

Lila[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 5,829. Both Regina Salazar and Frederick Raut were elected as the new mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Lila mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Alex Paigan 1,001 17.76%
Lakas-Kampi Regina Salazar 4,636 82.24%
Totals 5,637 100.00%

Loay[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 9,710. Both Rosemarie Lim-Imboy and Paulino Tejano were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Loay mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Magileo Wilfredo Flores 3,818 39.85%
Lakas-Kampi Rosemarie Lim-Imboy 5,764 60.15%
Totals 9,582 100.00%

Loboc[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 8,807. Leon Calipusan was reelected as mayor while Luisito Digal became the newly elected vice mayor.

Loboc mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Leon Calipusan 6,570 78.03%
Liberal Petronilo Sarigumba 1,850 21.97%
Totals 8,420 100.00%

Mabini[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 12,256. Esther Tabigue became the newly elected mayor while Stephen Rances was reelected as vice mayor.

Mabini mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Edna Bagabaldo 1,183 9.89%
Nacionalista Sancho Bernales 2,821 23.57%
Independent Jesha Cuyacot 2,218 18.53%
Independent Venancio Jayoma 786 6.57%
Lakas-Kampi Esther Tabigue 4,959 41.44%
Totals 11,967 100.00%

Pilar[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 12,454. Both Wilson Pajo and Wilfredo Bernante Jr. were reelected as mayor and vice mayor of the town.

Pilar mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Necitas Cubrado 5,992 49.33%
Lakas-Kampi Wilson Pajo 6,155 50.67%
Totals 12,147 100.00%

Sevilla[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 5,770. Ernesita Digal became the newly elected mayor while Simplicio Maestrado Jr. was reelected as vice mayor.

Sevilla mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Ernesita Digal 2,990 52.89%
Nacionalista Carlito Fernandez 2,663 47.11%
Totals 5,653 100.00%

Sierra Bullones[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 11,929. Alfredo Gamalo became the newly elected mayor while Sinforiano Cutin was reelected as vice mayor.

Sierra Bullones mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
LDP Rainfredo Buslon 5,399 46.45%
Lakas-Kampi Alfredo Gamalo 6,223 53.55%
Totals 11,622 100.00%

Valencia[edit]

The total number of participants who actually voted is 12,377. Henrietta Gan was reelected as mayor while Jorge Buslon became the newly elected vice mayor.

Valencia mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Jose Daleon Jr. 27 0.23%
Lakas-Kampi Henrietta Gan 6,490 54.67%
Nacionalista Leo Olegario 5,354 45.10%
Totals 11,871 100.00%

See also[edit]

Bohol Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan Elections, 2010

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