Bulacan local elections, 2010

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Bulacan gubernatorial election, 2010
2007 ←
May 10, 2010 → 2013

 
Nominee Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado Josefina Dela Cruz
Party Lakas-Kampi Liberal
Running mate Daniel Fernando Pacifico "Boy" Aniag
Popular vote 533,527 492,468
Percentage 51.21% 47.27%

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The candidate that got the majority in each municipality and city. Balagtas and Santa Maria failed to transmit the results electronically.

Governor before election

Joselito Mendoza
Liberal

Elected Governor

Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado
Lakas-Kampi

Local elections will be held in the Province of Bulacan on May 10, 2010 as part of the 2010 general election. Voters will select candidates for all local positions: a town mayor, vice mayor and town councilors, as well as members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, the vice-governor, governor and representatives for the four districts of Bulacan.

Results[edit]

Gubernatorial election[edit]

Bulacan Gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado 533,527 51.21%
Liberal Josefina Dela Cruz 492,468 47.27%
PGRP Miguel Esguerra 11,212 1.08%
Independent Santos Caperlac 4,711 0.45%
Totals 1,158,982 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi gain from Liberal

Vice gubernatorial election[edit]

Bulacan Vice-Gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Daniel Fernando 538,336 55.42%
Liberal Pacifico "Boy" Aniag 326,099 33.57%
Independent Serafin Dela Cruz 91,935 9.47%
Independent Mayeth Cruz 14,933 1.54%
Totals 1,158,982 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi hold


Congressional elections[edit]

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

Legislative districts of Bulacan, including San Jose del Monte.

Malolos was given its own congressional seat from Bulacan's 1st district by virtue of Republic Act 9591. However, the Supreme Court ruled it unconstitutional, saying it violated Article VI Section 5 (3) of the Constitution and Section 3 of the Ordinance attached to constitution; Malolos was ruled not to have exceeded the 250,000 population for a separate legislative district.[1]

In Bulacan, members of the same families will run against each other. Former governor Josie dela Cruz established the Del Pilar party (named after Gregorio del Pilar) as the local affiliate of the Liberal Party.[2]

1st District[edit]

Ma. Victoria Sy-Alvarado is the incumbent. She will face Roberto Pagdanganan.

Malolos was supposed to have its own representation in the House of Representatives, but was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court for the city did not have enough population to be given separate representation. Malolos residents will continue to be represented as a part of Bulacan's 1st district.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Bulacan's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Ma. Victoria Sy-Alvarado 118,486 71.38%
Nacionalista Roberto Pagdanganan 47,515 28.62%
Totals 190,331 100.00%
Election deferred, to be held on November 13, 2010.
Special election[edit]

The COMELEC ruled that candidates that contested the Bulacan-1st and Malolos will contest the seat. Aniag and Domingo withdrew prior to the election, while independents Cruz and Valencia did not campaign.[3]

Philippine House of Representatives special election at Bulacan's 1st district[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Ma. Victoria Sy-Alvarado 95,625 68.77%
Nacionalista Roberto Pagdanganan 41,658 29.96%
Liberal Danilo Domingo (withdrew) 1,032 0.74%
PMP Francisco Aniag (withdrew) 400 0.29%
Independent Tomas Valencia 271 0.19%
Independent Francisco Cruz 63 0.05%
Voter turnout 40.73%
Totals 139,049 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi hold

2nd District[edit]

Pedro Pancho is the incumbent. He will face 2007 challenger and former three-term Guiguinto, Bulacan mayor Ambrosio "Boy" Cruz Jr.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Bulacan's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Pedro Pancho 145,133 53.99%
Liberal Ambrosio Cruz, Jr. 118,489 44.07%
Independent Jimmy Villafuerte 5,215 1.94%
Totals 279,854 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi hold

3rd District[edit]

Incumbent Lorna Silverio is in her third consecutive term already and is ineligible for reelection. She will run for mayor of San Rafael and her husband, Ricardo Silverio, Sr. will run for her seat. His opponents are his son, Ricardo Silverio, Jr. and the current governor of Bulacan - Joselito Mendoza.[2]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Bulacan's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Joselito Mendoza 121,576 55.07%
Lakas-Kampi Ricardo Silverio, Sr. 92,951 42.10%
PMP Ricardo Silverio, Jr. 6,241 2.83%
Totals 232,038 100.00%
Liberal gain from Lakas-Kampi

4th District[edit]

Reylina Nicolas (Lakas-Kampi-CMD) is in her third consecutive term already and is ineligible for reelection.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Bulacan's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Linabelle Villarica 178,643 81.01%
Lakas-Kampi Salvador Pleyto 27,072 12.28%
PDP-Laban Jovel Lopez 14,807 6.71%
Totals 244,859 100.00%
Liberal gain from Lakas-Kampi

Malolos[edit]

With the issue on Malolos' separate congressional district from Bulacan's 1st district resolved with finality,[4] an election will be scheduled to elect the representative for Bulacan's 1st district, including Malolos."[5][6]

Voting for Malolos' congressional district was continued. The results:

Philippine House of Representatives election at Malolos
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Danilo Domingo 34,408 60.70%
PMP Francisco Aniag 18,488 32.61%
Independent Francisco Cruz 2,278 4.02%
Independent Tomas Valencia 1,512 2.67%
Valid votes 56,686 68.90%
Invalid or blank votes 25,584 15.74%
Totals 82,270 100.00%
Election invalidated; election to be held as part of Bulacan–1st on November 13.

San Jose del Monte[edit]

San Jose del Monte is a component city of Bulacan. Arturo Robes is the incumbent.[2]

Philippine House of Representatives election at San Jose del Monte
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Arturo Robes 98,888 82.11%
Aksyon Oscar Robes 19,554 16.24%
Independent Jesus D. Gonzales 1,255 1.04%
Independent Rene Aveallanosa 732 0.61%
Totals 129,630 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi hold

Sangguniang Panlalawigan elections[edit]

All 4 Districts of Bulacan will elect Sangguniang Panlalawigan or provincial board members. The first (including Malolos) and fourth (including San Jose del Monte) districts sends three board members each, while the second and third districts sends two board members each. Election is via plurality-at-large voting; a voter can vote up to the maximum number of board members his district is sending.

The Liberal Party won seven out of the ten partisan seats in the provincial council, with Lakas Kampi CMD winning two, and the Nacionalista Party winning one; only the Liberals and Lakas-Kampi parties fielded complete lineups in the provincial board elections. An additional three more members will be selected from the provincial chapter of the barangay captains, Sangguniang Kabataan, and the sectoral representative.

Summary[edit]

Party Total votes Total seats
Total  % Total  %
Liberal 1,033,450 51.9% 7 58.3%
Lakas-Kampi 611,413 30.7% 2 16.7%
Nacionalista 144,679 7.3% 1 8.3%
Independents 129,848 6.5% 0 0.0%
PDP-Laban 37,450 1.9% 0 0.0%
PMP 35,825 1.8% 0 0.0%
Total valid votes cast 1,992,665 N/A
Total turnout 1,158,982 100.00%
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]

Bulacan 1st District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Michael Fermin 111,813 20.17%
Nacionalista Felix Ople 109,927 19.83%
Lakas-Kampi Therese Ople 91,112 16.43%
Liberal Victorino Aldaba, Jr. 83,427 15.09%
Lakas-Kampi Vicente Cruz 75,248 13.57%
Independent Emmanuel Sacay 70,894 12.79%
Lakas-Kampi Ryan Espiritu 7,612 1.37%
Independent Alberto Carasig 4,408 0.80%
Totals 272,601 100.00%

2nd District[edit]

Bulacan 2nd District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Ramon Posadas 120,728 30.96%
Liberal Enrique Dela Cruz 110,271 28.28%
Lakas-Kampi Norielito German 69,538 17.83%
Lakas-Kampi Cecilia Quimpo 38,048 9.76%
PMP Jose Rivera 22,971 5.89%
Independent Lydia Abad 15,522 3.98%
PMP Francisco Concepcion 12,854 3.30%
Totals 279,854 100.00%

3rd District[edit]

Bulacan 3rd District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Rino Castro 98,122 29.65%
Liberal Enrique Viudez II 77,782 23.50%
Lakas-Kampi Richard Dela Cruz 67,630 20.43%
Lakas-Kampi Victoriano Cruz 50,141 15.15%
Nacionalista Carmencita Martinez 34,752 10.50%
Independent Leo Babasa 2,536 0.77%
Totals 232,038 100.00%

4th District[edit]

Bulacan 4th District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Eulogio Sarmiento III 164,597 22.95%
Liberal Enrique Delos Santos Jr. 163,763 22.83%
Lakas-Kampi Romeo Robes 104,668 14.59%
Liberal Danilo Certeza 102,947 14.53%
Lakas-Kampi Zosimo Lorenzo 55,077 7.68%
Lakas-Kampi Ireneo Tan 52,339 7.30%
PDP-Laban Romeo Almario Espiritu 37,450 5.22%
Independent Ronald Garcia 22,759 3.17%
Independent Rodello Tactac 13,729 1.91%
Totals 374,489 100.00%

Mayoralty elections[edit]

All cities and municipalities of Bulacan 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.

1st District[edit]

City/municipality Candidates Incumbent
Lakas-Kampi Liberal Nacionalista Partido del Pilar Others
Malolos Alejandro Tengco
26,015 (32.44%)
Carol Mangawang
11,096 (13.84%)
Christian Natividad
43,088 (53.73%)
Danilo A. Domingo
Bulacan Patrick Meneses
17,793 (52.95%)
Vicente Enriquez
15,809 (47.05%)
Anacleto Meneses
Calumpit James De Jesus
35,415 (100.00%)
James De Jesus
Hagonoy Pedro Santos Jr.
10,770 (21.75%)
Angel Cruz Jr. (Lapiang K)
29,089 (58.75%)

Hermogenes Perez Jr. (PMP)
9,653 (19.50%)

Angel Cruz Jr. (Lapiang K)
Paombong Manuela Gonzales
8,427 (40.16%)
Donato Marcos
12,525 (59.69%)
Efren Milanes (Ind.)
33 (0.16%)
Donato Marcos
Pulilan Aurelio Plamenco
9,901 (25.20%)
Vicente Esguerra Sr.
22,050 (56.11%)
Felix Navarro (AKP)
7,233
(18.41%)

Emelita Pilapil (Ind.)
111 (0.28%)

Vicente Esguerra Sr.

2nd District[edit]

City/municipality Candidates Incumbent
Lakas-Kampi Liberal Nacionalista Partido del Pilar Others
Balagtas* Romeo Castro
18,821 (72.75%)
Feliciano Cruz Jr. (Ind.)
7,049 (27.75%)
Romeo Castro
Baliuag Christopher Clemente
13,457 (21.59%)
Ferdinand Cruz
13,858 (22.23%)
Romeo Estrella
23,398 (37.54%)
Rolando Salvador (Ind.)
11,614 (18.63%)
Romeo Estrella
Bocaue Kennedy Valdez
20,511 (47.48%)
Eduardo Villanueva Jr. (BP)
22,446 (51.96%)

Gregorio Dela Cruz (Ind.)
242 (0.56%)

Eduardo Villanueva Jr. (BP)
Bustos Arnel Mendoza
12,215 (45.09%)
Carlito Reyes
8,773 (32.39%)
Edgardo Cunanan (PMP)
3789 (13.99%)

Teodorico Gervacio (Ind.)
1,409 (5.20%)


Jaime Sebastian (Aksyon)
903 (3.33%)

Carlito Reyes
Guiguinto Eliseo Santos, Jr.
15,549 (42.45%)
Isagani Pascual
21,084 (57.55%)
Efren Milanes (Ind.)
33 (0.16%)
Isagani Pascual
Pandi Enrico Roque
18,362 (54.38%)
Oliver Andres
15,403 (45.62%)
Roberto Oca (PMP)
Plaridel Anastacia Vistan
34,415 (100.00%)
Anastacia Vistan

3rd District[edit]

City/municipality Candidates Incumbent
Lakas-Kampi Liberal Nacionalista Partido del Pilar Others
Angat Gilberto Santos
13,236 (53.96%)
Apolonio Marcelo, Jr. (Ind.)
11,294 (46.04%)
Leonardo de Leon
Doña Remedios Trinidad Liberato Sembrano
4,766 (42.98%)
Ronaldo Flores
6,288 (56.71%)
Sherlin Ramirez (Ind.)
21 (0.19%)

Jose Valencia (Ind.)
13 (0.12%)

Evelyn Paulino
Norzagaray Feliciano Legaspi
21,642 (54.95%)
Roberto Esquivel
17,740 (45.05%)
Feliciano Legaspi
San Ildefonso Lolita Mapoy
3,623 (7.81%)
Carla Paula Galvez-Tan
26,453 (57.04%)
Nemecio Rivera (NPC)
16,300 (35.14%)
Edgardo Galvez
San Miguel Allen Dela Cruz
25,750 (41.58%)
Roderick Tiongson
34,152 (55.15%)
Edmundo Buencamino (PMP)
1,322 (2.13%)

Juanito Tuason (Ind.)
647 (1.40%)


Anthony Viola (Ind.)
55 (0.09%)

Roderick Tiongson
San Rafael Lorna Silverio
22,345 (54.25%)
Jesus Viceo
18,844 (45.75%)
Ricardo Silverio

4th District[edit]

City/municipality Candidates Incumbent
Lakas-Kampi Liberal Nacionalista Partido del Pilar Others
Marilao
(details)
Epifanio Guillermo
34,588 (63.73%)
Neil Ocampo
18,065 (33.29%)
Juanito Zamora (PMP)
1,620 (2.98%)
Epifanio Guillermo
Meycauayan
(details)
Salvador Violago
33,168 (41.06%)
Joan Alarilla (NPC)
43,661 (54.05%)

Adriano Daez (Aksyon)
3,784 (4.68%)


Rosita Perez (Ind.)
165 (0.20%)

Joan Alarilla (NPC)
Obando Onesimo Joaquin
3,263 (11.43%)
Orencio Gabriel
12,045 (42.18%)
Leonardo Pantilla
3,752 (13.14%)
Edwin Santos (PMP)
9,494 (33.25%)
Orencio Gabriel

San Jose del Monte[edit]

City/municipality Candidates Incumbent
Lakas-Kampi Liberal Nacionalista Partido del Pilar Others
San Jose del Monte Reynaldo San Pedro
68,995 (55.59%)
Angelito Sarmiento
48,509 (39.09%)
Renato Capa (PMP)
6,602 (5.32%)
Eduardo Roquero

References[edit]

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