Bohol local elections, 2013

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Bohol gubernatorial election, 2013

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May 13, 2013 → 2016

  Edgardo M. Chatto.jpg
Nominee Edgardo Chatto Conchita Torribio-delos Reyes Roberto "Amay Bisaya" Reyes
Party Liberal UNA KBL
Running mate Concepcion Lim Sharleen Corral-Lim
Popular vote 380,964 164,904 2,667
Percentage 67.65 30.47 0.56

Governor before election

Edgardo Chatto
Liberal

Elected Governor

Edgardo Chatto
Liberal

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Local elections held on May 13, 2013 in the Province of Bohol as part of the 2013 Philippine General election. Registered voters elected local positions which are 386 city and municipal councilors, 48 city and town mayors and vice-mayors, 10 provincial board or Sangguniang Panlalawigan members, one each for governor, and vice-governor and 3 representatives for the three district of Bohol.

As the registration ended last October 2012, the province of Bohol is able to acquire a total of 775,785 voters. There is 6.28% or equivalent to 45,871 increase in the number of voters registered from 729,914 registered voters last 2010.[1] With the use of PCOS machines, the former 4,718 precincts were compressed into 2,473 clustered precincts to accommodate voters in the entire province.

At the end of the filing of certificates of candidacy issued by Comelec last October 5, 2012, a total of 1, 132 hopefuls have filed their certificates of candidacy (COC) for 497 elective positions. Based on the official list of provincial Commission on Elections, it shows that a total of 881 aspirants run for councilors, 108 for mayors, 107 for vice mayors, 23 for provincial board members, 4 governor, 3 for vice governor, and six for congressman in three districts.[2]

Provincial Election Results[edit]

The governor 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.

Governor[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies. The total number of participants who actually voted is 559,983 (72.18% of total registered voters).[3]

Bohol gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Edgardo Chatto 320,263 67.65%
UNA Conchita Torribio-delos Reyes 144,247 30.47%
Independent Wenceslao Garcia 6,218 1.31%
KBL Roberto 'Amay Bisaya' Reyes 2,667 0.56%
Totals 473,395 100.00%

Vice-Governor[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies. The total number of participants who actually voted is 559,983 (72.18% of total registered voters).

Bohol Vice-Gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Concepcion Lim 258,784 66.97%
NPC Sharleen Corral-Lim 97,684 25.28%
Independent Joseph Sevilla 29,958 7.75%
Totals 386,426 100.00%

Sangguniang Panlalawigan[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.[2]

1st District[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies. The total number of participants who actually voted is 192,410.

Bohol 1st District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Cesar Tomas Lopez 84,919 23.23%
Liberal Venzencio Arcamo 82,109 22.46%
Liberal Abeleon Damalerio 81,919 22.41%
NPC Handel Lagunay 53,477 14.63%
NPC Arlene Karaan 32,369 8.86%
NPC Ronson Tumaliwan 20,233 5.54%
Independent Cirilo Esperanza Jr. 10,499 2.87%
Totals 365,525 100.00%

2nd District[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies. The total number of participants who actually voted is 196,879.

Bohol 2nd District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jovanna Cheng Jumamoy 79,156 23.32%
NPC Gerardo Garcia 72,058 21.23%
NPC Tomas Abapo Jr. 55,593 16.38%
NPC Ma. Fe Camacho-Lejos 52,310 15.41%
Liberal Romulo Cepedoza 46,359 13.66%
Liberal Bernardo Avenido Jr. 29,736 8.76%
Independent Alfredo Evalaroza 4,186 1.23%
Totals 339,398 100.00%

3rd District[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies. The total number of participants who actually voted is 170,694.

Bohol 3rd District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Dionisio Balite 86,191 23.97%
Liberal Elpidio Jala 74,349 20.68%
Liberal Godofreda Tirol 67,662 18.82%
Liberal Brigido Imboy 57,782 16.07%
Liberal Josil Trabajo 45,253 12.59%
UNA Floyd Errol Ordeñez 12,639 3.52%
Independent Reynaldo Polinar 10,038 2.79%
Independent Santos Abella 5,617 1.56%
Totals 359,531 100.00%

Congressional Elections Results[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, Congressman[edit]

Rene Relampagos is the incumbent. The last termer mayor of Tagbilaran City, Dan Neri Lim, will challenge him for the congressional seat. Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies. The total number of participants who actually voted is 192,410.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Bohol's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Rene Relampagos 125,442 73.16%
NPC Dan Neri Lim 46,014 26.84%
Totals 171,456 100.00%

2nd District, Congressman[edit]

Incumbent Erico B. Aumentado died while in office on December 25, 2012. The Nationalist People's Coalition replaced him with a substitute to tangle with Aumentado's perennial rival, former three-term congressman and by then, incumbent Trinidad mayor Roberto Cajes. Forty days after his father's death, Aumentado's youngest son and acting congressman, Erico Aristotle filed his certificate of candidacy. Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies. The total number of participants who actually voted is 196,879.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Bohol's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Erico Aristotle Aumentado 99,691 58.70%
Liberal Roberto Cajes 70,128 41.30%
Totals 169,819 100.00%

3rd District, Congressman[edit]

Arthur Yap of Loboc town is the incumbent. Last termer Loboc mayor Leon Calipusan filed his CONA under the administration ticket. However on January 9, 2013, Calipusan filed his affidavit of withdrawal indicating family and health reasons. It made Arthur Yap unopposed for two consecutive elections.[4] Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies. The total number of participants who actually voted is 170,694.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Bohol's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Arthur Yap 127,909 100.00%
Totals 127,909 100.00%

City and Municipal Elections Results[edit]

All municipalities of Bohol and Tagbilaran City will elect mayor, vice-mayor and councilors this election. The mayor and vice mayor with the highest amount of votes win the seat; they are voted separately, therefore, they may be of different parties when elected. Below is the list of mayoralty and vice-mayoralty candidates of each city and municipalities per district.[5]

First District[edit]

Tagbilaran City[edit]

Parties are stated on their certificates of candidacy. The total number participants who actually voted is 40,548, equivalent to 78.79% of 51,462 registered voters.

Tagbilaran City Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP John Geesnell Yap 14,975 38.63%
Liberal Agustinus Gonzaga 13,694 35.33%
NPC Abraham Lim 9,885 25.50%
Independent Gaudencio Bantugan 210 0.54%
Totals 40,548 100.00%
Tagbilaran City Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jose Antonio Veloso 13,521 35.56%
NUP Anne Mariquit Oppus 13,287 34.95%
NPC Nuevas Montes-Tirol 10,811 28.44%
Independent Cresencio Alturas 277 0.101%
Independent Alfred Hontanosas 123 0.32%
Totals 38,019 0.32%

Alburquerque[edit]

Parties are stated on their certificates of candidacy.

Alburquerque Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Efren Tungol 1,352 52.08%
UNA Jet Jose Ugdoracion 1,244 47.92%
Totals 2,596 100.00%
Alburquerque Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Cayetano Doria Jr. 1,565 61.32%
Liberal Rene Buates 977 38.28%
Independent Dalmacio Mahinay 8 0.31%
Independent Uldarico Mahinay 2 0.08%
Totals 2,552 100.00%

Antequera[edit]

Municipal Councilor Simeon Leo Jadulco is running unopposed for vice mayor under the Liberal Party.[5]

Antequera Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jose Mario Pahang 2,118 60.67%
Independent Samuel Rebosura 901 25.81%
UNA Asterio Coquilla 472 13.25%
Totals 3,491 100.00%
Antequera Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Simon Leo Jadulco 2,709 100.00%
Totals 2,709 100.00%

Baclayon[edit]

Baclayon Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Alvin Uy 5,314 52.90%
Liberal Benecio Uy 4,717 46.96%
Independent Pelegrino Ibao 14 0.14%
Totals 10,303 100.00%
Baclayon Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Jodel Theodore Cabahug 5,381 56.15%
Liberal Derwin Cuajao 4,203 43.85%
Totals 10,303 100.00%

Balilihan[edit]

Balilihan Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Dominisio Chatto 6,105 69.20%
UNA Mark Leo Monton 2,717 30.80%
Totals 9,559 100.00%
Balilihan Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Pureza Chatto 5,614 62.12%
UNA Salvio Madanguit 3,424 37.88%
Totals 9,559 100.00%

Calape[edit]

Brothers Sulpicio Yu and Nelson Yu are seeking re-election as mayor and vice mayor, respectively, under the Liberal Party.

Calape Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Sulpicio Yu Jr. 5,239 61.53%
UNA Julius Caesar Herrera 3,276 38.74%
Totals 8,949 100.00%
Calape Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Nelson Yu 5,758 69.16%%
UNA Teodoro Ruizol 2,568 30.84%
Totals 8,949 100.00%

Catigbian[edit]

Catigbian Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Virgilio Lurot 2,962 66.23%
UNA Aurelio Dinorog Sr. 1,510 33.77%
Totals 4,818 100.00%
Catigbian Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Reynaldo Lacea 3,374 80.09%
UNA Rufa Dinorog-Mission 839 19.91%
Totals 4,818 100.00%

Corella[edit]

Total number of participants is 4,327 out of 4,898 Registered Voters consisting 88.34%

Corella Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Jose Nicanor Tocmo 2,461 58.53%
Liberal Vito Rapal 1,525 36.27%
Independent Epifanio Bolando 198 4.71%
Independent Reynaldo Irig 21 0.50%
Totals 4,205 100.00%
Corella Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Maria Asuncion Daquio 2,191 55.05%
Liberal Godofedo Ado 1,789 44.95%
Totals 3,980 100.00%

Cortes[edit]

Cortes Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Roberto Tabanera 4,188 51.17%
Liberal Danilo Montero 3,996 48.83%
Totals 8,560 100.00%
Cortes Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Lynn Iven Lim 4,152 51.81%
NPC Apolinaria Balistoy 3,862 48.19%
Totals 8,560 100.00%

Dauis[edit]

Dauis Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Marietta "Miriam" Sumaylo 8,634 41.93%
NPC Jaime Jimenez 7,304 35.47%
PMP Victorio Migriño 4,653 22.60%
Totals 21,268 100.00%
Dauis Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Luciano Bongalos 10,763 56.64%
NPC Allan Coloma 7,219 37.99%
PMP Pacifico Branzuela 1,020 5.37%
Totals 21,268 100.00%

Loon[edit]

Loon Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Lloyd Peter Lopez 14,300 63.83%
UNA Ana Lisa Orcullo-Go 8,105 36.17%
Totals 23,314 100.00%
Loon Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Elvi Relampagos 12,782 59.62%
UNA Titus Clark Miranda 7,231 33.73%
Independent Wilfredo Caresosa 1,427 6.66%
Totals 23,314 100.00%

Maribojoc[edit]

Election Turn-outs: (88.33%) 10,771 of 12,194 Registered Voters

Maribojoc Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Leoncio Evasco Jr. 5,637 55.05%
Liberal Jose Veloso 4,602 44.95%
Totals 10,239 100.00%
Maribojoc Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Frustuoso Redulla 4,600 46.88%
Liberal Alberto Arangoso 2,958 30.14%
Independent Lourdes Concepcion Endo 2,255 22.98%
Totals 9,813 100.00%

Panglao[edit]

Panglao Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Leonila Paredes-Montero 8,192 49.17%
Liberal Benedicto Alcala 7,205 43.24%
UNA Evangeline Bon-Lazaro 1,265 7.59%
Totals 17,226 100.00%
Panglao Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Pedro Fuertes 6,773 43.00%
PDP-Laban Noel Hormachuelos 4,969 31.55%
Liberal Cerino Hormachuelos 2,624 16.66%
LDP Walter Sultan 1,386 8.80%
Totals 17,226 100.00%

Sikatuna[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Jose Ellorimo Jr. is running unopposed under the Liberal Party (LP) ticket.

Sikatuna Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jose Ellorimo Jr. 3,314 100.00%
Totals 3,314 100.00%
Sikatuna Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Julian Manigo 2,401 63.94%
PDP-Laban Chester Ian Rule 1,354 36.06%
Totals 3,755 100.00%

Tubigon[edit]

Tubigon Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Marlon Amila 10,769 50.54%
Liberal William Jao 10,538 49.46%
Totals 22,284 100.00%
Tubigon Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Virgilio Fortich 16,820 87.99%
UNA Joel Somosot 2,295 12.01%
Totals 22,284 100.00%

Second District[edit]

Bien Unido[edit]

Bien Unido Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Niño Rey Boniel 6,095 55.58%
Liberal Francisco Pacquito Avenido 4,872 44.42%
Totals 10,967 100.00%
Bien Unido Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Rene Borenaga 5,334 50.69%
Liberal Joselyn Villarias 5,188 49.31%
Totals 10,522 100.00%

Buenavista[edit]

Buenavista Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Ronald Lowell Tirol 9,089 71.49%
Liberal Alfonso del Rosario Jr. 3,625 28.51%
Totals 12,714 100.00%
Buenavista Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Dave Duallo 6,725 58.77%
Liberal Ermelando Torregosa 4,718 41.23%
Totals 11,443 100.00%

Clarin[edit]

Election Turn-outs: (88.01%) 11,583 of 13,160 Registered Voters

Clarin Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Allen Ray Piezas 5,867 52.60%
Independent Eugeniano Ibarra 5,286 47.40%
Totals 11,153 100.00%
Clarin Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Velden Aparicio 6,198 63.42%
Independent Lorenzo Carcallas 3,575 36.58%
Totals 9,773 100.00%

Dagohoy[edit]

Dagohoy Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Sofronio Apat 3,103 51.57%
Liberal Rufina Frajele 2,914 48.43%
Totals 6,017 100.00%
Dagohoy Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Andres Ampoloquio 3,409 57.94%
NPC Emelio Puertos 2,475 42.06%
Totals 5,884 100.00%

Danao[edit]

Danao Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Natividad Gonzaga 3,235 52.91%
Liberal Jose Cepedoza 2,879 47.09%
Totals 6,114 100.00%
Danao Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Louis Thomas Gonzaga 3,052 50.62%
Liberal Albert Vitor 2,977 49.38%
Totals 6,029 100.00%

Getafe[edit]

Election Turn-outs: (86.94%) 16,455 of 18,926 Registered Voters

Getafe Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Casey Shaun Camacho 8,310 53.67%
Liberal Manuel Monillos 7,173 46.33%
Totals 15,483 100.00%
Getafe Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Eduardo Torremocha 7,638 52.99%
Liberal Simon Torreon 6,777 47.01%
Totals 14,415 100.00%

Inabanga[edit]

Inabanga Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Josephine Socorro Jumamoy 9,305 51.64%
NPC Epifanio Muñeses 8,714 48.36%
Totals 18,019 100.00%
Inabanga Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Rodrigo Jumamoy 9,066 53.91%
NPC Abelardo Sendrijas 7,751 46.09%
Totals 16,817 100.00%

Pres. Carlos P. Garcia[edit]

Election Turn-outs: (81.07%) 11,668 of 14,392 Registered Voters

Pres. Carlos P. Garcia Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Tesalonica Boyboy 9,242 92.33%
Independent Alfonso Galo 768 7.67%
Totals 10,010 100.00%
Pres. Carlos P. Garcia Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Nestor Abad 6,021 59.93%
Independent Arthur Boyonas 4,025 40.07%
Totals 10,046 100.00%

Sagbayan[edit]

Sagbayan Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Ricardo Suarez 6,743 62.50%
Independent Jimmy Torrefranca 4,046 37.50%
Totals 10,789 100.00%
Sagbayan Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Charito Lao 5,352 51.51%
Independent Roque Amores 5,038 48.49%
Totals 10,390 100.00%

San Isidro[edit]

Election Turn-outs: (88.82%) 5,457 of 6,144 Registered Voters

San Isidro Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Jacinto Naraga 2,483 51.90%
Liberal Quirino Samuya 2,301 48.01%
Totals 4,784 100.00%
San Isidro Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Eudoxio Asoy 2,434 51.07%
UNA Requillo Samuya 2,332 48.93%
Totals 4,766 100.00%

San Miguel[edit]

San Miguel Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Claudio Bonior 4,883 44.46%
PMP Nunila Pinat 3,133 28.52%
Liberal Manuel Gara 2,968 27.02%
Totals 10,982 100.00%
San Miguel Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Jonathan Reyes 5,353 51.63%
Liberal Armando Branzuela 5,014 48.37%
Totals 10,367 100.00%

Talibon[edit]

Talibon Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Restituto Auxtero 14,046 61.18%
NPC Carlito Evangelista 8,912 38.82%
Totals 22,958 100.00%
Talibon Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Epifanio Quimson 13,745 60.40%
Liberal Marcos Aurestilla 9,012 39.60%
Totals 22,757 100.00%

Trinidad[edit]

Trinidad Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Judith del Rosario-Cajes 7,125 61.74%
NPC Consuelo Mapeso-Garcia 4,416 38.26%
Totals 11,541 100.00%
Trinidad Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Francisco Gonzales 6,632 59.44%
NPC Florencio Flores 4,526 40.56%
Totals 11,158 100.00%

Ubay[edit]

Ubay Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Galicano Atup 13,847 48.38%
NPC Constantino Reyes 12,594 44.00%
Nacionalista Danilo Mendez 2,182 7.62%
Totals 28,623 100.00%
Ubay Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Nelson Uy 14,792 54.13%
NPC Eutiquio Bernales Sr. 12,533 45.87%
Totals 27,325 100.00%

Third District[edit]

Alicia[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Marilou Ayuban and Vice Mayor Basilio Balahay ran unopposed under the Liberal Party (LP) ticket.

Alicia Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Marnilou Ayuban 1,970 100.00%
Totals 1,970 100.00%
Alicia Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Basilio Balahay Jr. 1,743 100.00%
Totals 1,743 100.00%

Anda[edit]

Anda Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Metodio Amper 3,830 51.93%
UNA Paulino Amper 3,546 48.07%
Totals 7,376 100.00%
Anda Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Angeline Simacio 3,666 50.52%
Liberal Reinerio Makinano 3,590 49.48%
Totals 7,256 100.00%

Batuan[edit]

Re-electionist and incumbent Vice Mayor Antonino Jumawid is running unopposed under the Liberal Party (LP) ticket.

Batuan Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Francisco Pepito 2,777 53.30%
Independent Sixto Dano 2,433 46.70%
Totals 5,210 100.00%
Batuan Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Antonino Jumawid 4,144 100.00%
Totals 4,144 100.00%

Bilar[edit]

Bilar Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Norman Palacio 3,383 58.15%
UNA Esther Corazon Galbreath 2,435 41.85%
Totals 5,818 100.00%
Bilar Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Arnold Calamba 3,241 57.90%
UNA Danilo Cal 2,357 42.10%
Totals 5,598 100.00%

Candijay[edit]

Candijay Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Christopher Tutor 8,634 55.92%
Liberal Sergio Amora III 6,324 40.96%
LDP Rey Amora 483 3.13%
Totals 15,441 100.00%
Candijay Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jing Sales 7,366 50.58%
LDP Tata Olandria 7,197 49.42%
Totals 14,563 100.00%

Carmen[edit]

Carmen Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Ricardo Francisco Toribio 11,512 55.75%
Liberal Manuel Molina 9,138 44.25%
Totals 20,650 100.00%
Carmen Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Pedro Budiongan 11,797 56.68%
Liberal Arlene Palgan 9,017 43.32%
Totals 20,814 100.00%

Dimiao[edit]

Dimiao Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Danilo Guivencan 2,468 58.39%
Independent Florida Gamayon 1,676 39.65%
UNA Dennis Magtajas 83 1.96%
Totals 4,227 100.00%
Dimiao Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jaime Balbon 2,972 82.74%
UNA Marcos Rara 620 17.26%
Totals 3,592 100.00%

Duero[edit]

Duero Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Conrada Amparo 2,667 49.40%
LDP Patton Olano 1,970 36.49%
UNA Trifon Olaer 762 14.11%
Totals 5,399 100.00%
Duero Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
LDP Ronald Felisilda 2,964 57.41%
Liberal Mansueto Castino 2,017 39.07%
Independent Robert Peligro 182 3.53%
Totals 5,163 100.00%

Garcia Hernandez[edit]

Garcia Hernandez Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
LDP Tita Gallentes 6,343 61.40%
Liberal Miguelito Galendez 3,987 38.60%
Totals 10,330 100.00%
Garcia Hernandez Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
LDP Lito Dajalos 5,310 52.61%
Liberal Pio Salmasan 4,784 47.39%
Totals 10,094 100.00%

Guindulman[edit]

Guindulman Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Maria Fe Añana-Piezas 6,433 73.40%
Independent Edgar Sarabosing 2,331 26.60%
Totals 8,764 100.00%
Guindulman Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
LDP Elpidio Bonita 4,784 52.64%
Liberal Kristine Alexie Tutor 4,305 47.36%
Totals 9,089 100.00%

Jagna[edit]

Jagna Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Aksyon Fortunato Abrenilla 9,953 64.53%
Liberal Exuperio Lloren 5,470 35.47%
Totals 15,423 100.00%
Jagna Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Bonifacio Virtudes 8,162 54.89%
Independent Cipriano Madera 6,708 45.11%
Totals 14,870 100.00%

Lila[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Regina Salazar is running unopposed under the Liberal Party (LP) ticket.

Lila Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Regina Salazar 3,218 100.00%
Totals 3,218 100.00%
Lila Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Frederick Raut 2,058 57.66%
UNA Alex Paigan 1,511 42.34%
Totals 3,569 100.00%

Loay[edit]

Loay Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Rosemarie Lim-Imboy 4,693 62.33%
PDP-Laban Tiburcio Bullecer 2,836 37.67%
Totals 7,529 100.00%
Loay Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Florencio Tejano 3,886 53.34%
PDP-Laban Paulino Tejano 3,399 46.66%
Totals 7,285 100.00%

Loboc[edit]

Election Turn-outs: ( 88.18%) 9,700 of 11,000 Registered Voters

Loboc Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Helen Calipusan-Alaba 5,430 57.64%
NPC Luisito Digal 3,990 42.36%
Totals 9,420 100.00%
Loboc Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Pablito Sumampong 4,381 48.07%
NPC Purisimo Fernando 4,198 46.06%
Independent Petronilo Sarigumba 535 5.87%
Totals 9,114 100.00%

Mabini[edit]

Mabini Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Esther Tabigue 7,297 56.51%
NPC Sancho Bernales 5,616 43.49%
Totals 12,913 100.00%
Mabini Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Juanito Jayuma 7,236 58.25%
NPC Erwin Uy 4,152 33.42%
Independent Ernesto Fuentes 1,035 8.33%
Totals 12,423 100.00%

Pilar[edit]

Pilar Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Necitas Tabaranza-Cubrado 3,423 51.26%
Liberal Wilfredo Bernante 3,255 48.74%
Totals 6,678 100.00%
Pilar Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Wilson Pajo 4,080 62.72%
UNA Adolfo Espuelas 2,425 37.28%
Totals 6,505 100.00%

Sevilla[edit]

Sevilla Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Juliet Bucag-Dano 1,100 50.02%
Liberal Ernesita Digal 1,099 49.98%
Totals 2,199 100.00%
Sevilla Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Victoriano Fernandez 1,137 52.88%
Nacionalista Maria Emily Daga-ang 1,013 47.12%
Totals 2,150 100.00%

Sierra Bullones[edit]

Sierra Bullones Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Simplicio Maestrado 5,436 51.14%
UNA Rainfredo Buslon 5,194 48.86%
Totals 10,630 100.00%
Sierra Bullones Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Alfredo Gamalo 5,265 51.62%
UNA Rey Yamaro 4,935 48.38%
Totals 10,200 100.00%

Valencia[edit]

Valencia Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Maria Katrina Lim 3,741 56.76%
UNA Benjamin Gamalo 2,850 43.24%
Totals 6,591 100.00%
Valencia Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jorge Buslon 3,616 57.63%
UNA Isidro Dango 2,658 42.37%
Totals 6,274 100.00%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Registered Voters in Bohol". Retrieved 2013-03-05. 
  2. ^ a b "Bohol Local 2013 Midterm Election". Bohol Sundaypost. Retrieved 2012-10-21. 
  3. ^ "Bohol Election Results". Retrieved 2013-06-13. 
  4. ^ "Calipusan Withdrew". Retrieved 2013-01-13. 
  5. ^ a b "Bohol Municipal 2013 Midterm Election". Bohol Standard. Retrieved 2012-10-21. 

External links[edit]

  • COMELEC - Official website of the Philippine Commission on Elections (COMELEC)
  • NAMFREL - Official website of National Movement for Free Elections (NAMFREL)
  • PPCRV - Official website of the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV)