Cebu local elections, 2013

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Cebu gubernatoral election, 2013
2010 ←
May 13, 2013 (2013-05-13) → 2016

 
Nominee Hilario Davide III Pablo John Garcia
Party Liberal NUP
Running mate Agnes Magpale Ramon Durano IV
Popular vote 614,389 448,826
Percentage 56.09% 40.98%

Governor before election

Gwendolyn Garcia (elected)
UNA
Agnes Magpale (acting)
Liberal

Elected Governor

Hilario Davide III
Liberal

Local elections was held in the Province of Cebu last May 13, 2013 within the Philippine 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 six districts of Cebu. Incumbent governor Gwendolyn Garcia is barred for seeking another term because she is limited to three terms only.

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Gubernatorial and vice gubernatorial election[edit]

On April 27, 2012, incumbent governor Gwendolyn Garcia announced her intention to run for senator.[1] She also announced that her brother incumbent 3rd District Representative Pablo John Garcia will be running as governor of the province. On September 1, 2012, One Cebu announced that former Danao City vice mayor Ramon "Boboy" Durano IV as Garcia's running mate.[2]

On May 12, 2012, businessman Glenn Soco announced his intention to run for vice governor.[3] He ran for that position in 2010 as running mate of Garcia. However, he lost to incumbent Greg Sanchez. He filed a protest, but Sanchez died on April 29, 2011.

On May 25, 2012, Garcia joined PDP-Laban and was included in the senatorial line-up of the United Nationalist Alliance.[4]

On September 20, 2012 Vice President Jejomar Binay announced that Garcia withdrew her senatorial bid and will run for the House of Representatives instead.[5]

On September 28, 2012, Hilario Davide III, was announced by the Liberal Party as its candidate for governor. Davide first ran in 2010, but was defeated by Garcia. His running-mate is incumbent vice governor Agnes Magpale of the Barug Alang sa Kauswagan ug Demokrasya or Bakud. Magpale assumed as vice governor upon the death of former vice governor Greg Sanchez.

On December 17, 2012, Incumbent governor Gwendolyn Garcia ordered a six month suspension. (See full description about the suspension here)

Provincial Elections[edit]

The candidates for 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.

Candidates for Governor[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Incumbent Gwendolyn Garcia is on her third term and is ineligible to run. She is running for congresswoman. Her brother, incumbent congressman Pablo John Garcia is running in her place.

Cebu gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Hilario Davide III 614,389 56.09%
NUP Pablo John Garcia 448,826 40.98%
Independent Klasmit Boyet Cortes 24,552 2.24%
Independent Lito Bulala 7,557 0.69%
Totals 1,343,006 100%
Liberal gain from UNA

Candidates for Vice-Governor[edit]

Agnes Magpale is the incumbent after vice governor Gregorio Sanchez (+) was died, she is running against businessman Glenn Soco and former Danao city vice mayor Ramon Durano IV.

Cebu Vice-Gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Agnes Magpale 510,383 49.36%
PMP Glenn Soco 357,007 34.53%
UNA Ramon Durano IV 166,647 16.12%
Totals 1,342,257 100.00%
Liberal hold

Congressional elections[edit]

Each of Cebu's Six and 3 others legislative districts will elect each representative to the House of Representatives. The candidate with the highest amount of votes wins the seat.

1st District[edit]

Incumbent Eduardo Gullas is term limited; he will run for mayor of Talisay City. His party nominated his grandson, Gerald Anthony.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cebu's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Gerald Anthony Gullas, Jr. 153,514 63.88%
Valid votes 153,514 63.88%
Invalid or blank votes 86,792 36.12%
Totals 240,306 100.00%
Nacionalista hold

2nd District[edit]

Pablo Garcia is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cebu's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Wilfredo Caminero 84,256 40.88%
NUP Pablo Garcia 77,625 37.66%
Independent Simeon Kintanar 8,607 4.18%
Valid votes 170,488 82.69%
Invalid or blank votes 35,619 17.28%
Totals 206,107 100.00%
Liberal gain from NUP

3rd District[edit]

Incumbent Pablo John Garcia is running for governor instead. His sister Incumbent Governor Gwendolyn Garcia is party's nominee.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cebu's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Gwendolyn Garcia 94,305 42.71%
Liberal Geraldine Yapha 89,952 40.74%
Valid votes 184,257 83.44%
Invalid or blank votes 36,560 16.56%
Totals 220,817 100.00%
UNA gain from NUP

4th District[edit]

Benhur Salimbangon is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cebu's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Benhur Salimbangon 117,844 55.73%
Liberal Celestino Martinez III 71,438 33.79%
Valid votes 189,282 89.52%
Invalid or blank votes 22,157 10.48%
Totals 211,439 100.00%
NUP hold

5th District[edit]

Incumbent Ramon Durano VI is term-limited and running for Danao city vice mayor instead, his brother former tourism secretary Joseph Ace Durano is running under Liberal.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cebu's 5th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Joseph Ace Durano 162,036 65.11%
1-Cebu Alfie Pepito 21,936 8.81%
Independent Gilbert Wagas 10,120 4.07%
Valid votes 194,092 78.00%
Invalid or blank votes 54,578 22.00%
Totals 248,850 100.00%
Liberal gain from NPC

6th District[edit]

Gabriel Luis Quisimbing is the incumbent, his opponent is former congresswoman Nerissa Corazon Soon-Ruiz running under UNA

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cebu's 6th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Gabriel Luis Quisumbing 125,757 57.98%
UNA Nerissa Corazon Soon-Ruiz 71,209 32.83%
Valid votes 196,966 90.80%
Invalid or blank votes 19,948 9.20%
Totals 216,914 100.00%
Liberal hold

Cebu City[edit]

1st District[edit]

Incumbent Rachel del Mar is not running to give way to her father ,former congressman Raul del Mar who is vying for seat again, he will face actress and manager Annabelle Rama-Gutierrez.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cebu City's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Raul del Mar 133,149 67.84%
UNA Annabelle Rama-Gutierrez 35,716 18.20%
Independent Marlo Maamo 7,092 3.61%
Independent Florencio Villarin 1,558 0.79%
Independent Donato Navarro 442 0.23%
Independent Pablo Junex Doronio 353 0.18%
Independent Victor Mañalac 287 0.15%
Valid votes 184,597 94.06%
Invalid or blank votes 11,662 5.94%
Totals 196,259 100.00%
Liberal hold

2nd District[edit]

Incumbent Tomas Osmeña is running for mayor against incumbent Cebu City mayor Mike Rama, his party nominated Rodrigo Abellanosa for south district congressional post.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cebu City's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Rodrigo Abellanosa 123,757 50.90%
UNA Aristotle Batuhan 99,073 40.75%
Valid votes 222,830 91.65%
Invalid or blank votes 20,311 8.35%
Totals 243,141 100.00%
Liberal hold

Lapu-Lapu City[edit]

Incumbent Arturo Radaza is not running, his daughter Aileen Radaza is party's nominee.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Lapu-Lapu City
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Aileen Radaza 60,602 44.77%
Liberal Angel Rodriguez 31,630 24.72%
Independent Remegio Oyao 14,375 11.33%
Valid votes 106,607 84.03%
Invalid or blank votes 20,255 15.97%
Totals 126,862 100.00%
Lakas hold

Sangguniang Panlalawigan elections[edit]

All 6 Districts of Cebu will elect Sangguniang Panlalawigan or provincial board members.

1st District[edit]

Cebu 1st District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Julian "Teban" Daan 156,211 52.83%
Liberal Raul "Yayoy" Alcoseba 69,502 24.06%
Nacionalista Serrie Restauro 66,784 23.12%
Totals 238,850 100.00%

2nd District[edit]

Cebu 2nd District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Peter John Calderon 82,603 38.07%
Liberal Dong Baricuatro 53,375 24.60%
NUP Cary Kintanar 50,257 23.16%
NUP Daday Celis 30,735 14.17%
Totals 206,107 100.00%

3rd District[edit]

Cebu 3rd District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Alex Binghay 94,774 37.99%
Liberal Gigi Sanchez 76,912 30.83%
PMP Ian Zambo 73,176 29.33%
1-Cebu Tommy Yu 4,629 1.86%
Totals ' %

4th District[edit]

Cebu 4th District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Sun Shimura 89,835 34.70%
NUP Benjun Mondigo 87,260 33.70%
Liberal Rhappy Luche 40,005 15.45%
Liberal Joe Layon 36,118 13.95%
Independent Chito Arreglo 5,694 2.20%
Totals 211,439 100.00%

5th District[edit]

Cebu 5th District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
BAKUD Migs Magpale 95,616 33.78%
BAKUD Jude Durano Sybico 94,155 33.26%
1-Cebu Monching Durano 63,073 22.28%
1-Cebu Ben Batiquin 30,209 10.67%
Totals 248,850 100.00%

6th District[edit]

Cebu 5th District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Teddy Ouano 112,661 42.56%
Liberal Arleigh Sitoy 80,161 30.28%
UNA Elmer Cabahug 71,891 27.16%
Totals 216,194 100.00%

City and Municipical Elections[edit]

All municipalities and City of Cebu 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 and vice-mayoralty candidates of each city and municipalities per district.

1st District, Mayoral Election[edit]

Carcar City[edit]

Nicepuro Apura is the incumbent. his primary opponent is councilor Roberto Aleonar, Jr.

Carcar City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Nicepuro Apura 20,531 55.53%
Liberal Roberto Aleonar, Jr. 15,976 43.21%
Independent Mariano Alegabres 268 0.72%
Independent Vicente Balderona, Jr. 199 0.54%
Totals 39,804 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Naga City[edit]

Valdemar Chiong is the incumbent.

Naga City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Valdemar Chiong 23,270 91.18%
Independent Junior Canoneo 2,250 8.82%
Totals 28,066 100.00%
Nacionalista hold

Talisay City[edit]

Incumbent Socrates Fernandez is not running. Congressman Eduardo Gullas is his party's nominee.

Talisay City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Johnny Delos Reyes 36,943 50.53%
Nacionalista Eduardo Gullas 36,163 49.47%
Totals 79,685 100.00%
Liberal gain from Nacionalista

Minglanilla[edit]

Incumbent Eduardo Selma is not running, His party nominate vice mayor Elanito Peña.

Minglanilla mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Elanito Peña 20,675 58.65%
Liberal Marlo Cañada 14,579 41.35%
Totals 37,984 100.00%
Nacionalista hold

San Fernando[edit]

Neneth Reluya is the incumbent.

San Fernando mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Neneth Reluya 15,313 50.56%
Liberal Abe Canoy 14,975 49.44%
Totals 31,329 100.00%
Nacionalista hold

Sibonga[edit]

Lionel Bacaltos is the incumbent.

Sibonga mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Lionel Bacaltos 19,521 96.13%
Independent Eutiquio Villacura, Jr. 786 3.87%
Totals 22,689 100.00%
Nacionalista hold

2nd District, Mayoral Election[edit]

Alcantara[edit]

Prudencio Barino, Jr. is the incumbent. his opponent is councilor Fredo Cañete.

Alcantara mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Fredo Cañete 4,339 55.76%
1-Cebu Prudencio Barino, Jr. 3,443 44.24%
Totals 8,508 100.00%
Independent gain from 1-Cebu

Alcoy[edit]

Nick Delo Santos is the incumbent. his opponent is councilor Ompong Delo Santos.

Alcoy mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Nick Delo Santos 4,451 68.49%
Independent Ompong Delo Santos 2,048 31.51%
Totals 6,996 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Alegria[edit]

Incumbent Emelita Guisadio is not running, her husband Raul Guisadio is running for her place.

Alegria mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Verna Magallon 6,212 51.46%
1-Cebu Raul Guisadio 5,860 48.54%
Totals 12,875 100.00%
Liberal gain from 1-Cebu

Argao[edit]

Incumbent Edsel Galeos is running for his reelection unopposed.

Argao mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Edsel Galeos 26,748 100.00%
Totals 35,992 100.00%
Liberal hold

Badian[edit]

Robburt Librando is the incumbent. he will face vice mayor Fructouso Caballero.

Badian mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Robburt Librando 9,050 58.52%
Liberal Fructouso Caballero 6,184 39.99%
Independent Hanny Agravante 230 1.49%
Totals 17,510 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Boljoon[edit]

Incumbent Teresita Delis is not running, vice mayor Merlou Derama is her party's nominee.

Boljoon mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Merlou Derama 4,184 55.71%
Independent Inday Mubarak-Obaid 3,326 44.29%
Totals 8,279 100.00%
Liberal hold

Dalaguete[edit]

Incumbent Ronald Allan Cesante is running for her reelection unopposed.

Dalaguete mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Ronald Allan Cesante 20,041 100.00%
Totals 28,581 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Dumanjug[edit]

Nelson Garcia is the incumbent.

Dumanjug mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Nelson Garcia 10,897 56.19%
Liberal Cesar Baricuatro 8,497 43.81%
Totals 20,953 100.00%
NUP hold

Ginatilan[edit]

Incumbent Antonio Singco is term-limited, vice mayor Dean Michael Singco is his party's nominee.

Ginatilan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Dean Michael Singco 3,856 45.90%
Liberal Liza Toledo 3,774 44.93%
Independent Lordy Cabunilas 461 5.49%
Independent Ites Quijano 245 2.92%
Independent Clarito Dinglasa 43 0.51%
Independent Pat Singco 13 0.15%
Independent Jaime Lim 8 0.10%
Totals 8,947 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Malabuyoc[edit]

Incumbent Daisy Creus is not running, vice mayor Lito Creus is her party's nominee.

Malabuyoc mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Lito Creus 4,462 54.62%
Liberal Erlinda Piedad 3,722 45.48%
Totals 8,759 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Moalboal[edit]

Inocentes Cabaron is the incumbent.

Moalboal mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Inocentes Cabaron 11,184 85.89%
Liberal Joe Temblor 1,952 14.11%
Totals 16,042 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Oslob[edit]

Ronald Guaren is the incumbent. his opponent is vice mayor Jun Tumulak.

Oslob mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Ronald Guaren 6,896 56.11%
Liberal Jun Tumulak 5,394 43.89%
Totals 12,929 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Ronda[edit]

Nonie Blanco is the incumbent.

Ronda mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Nonie Blanco 4,144 79.05%
Liberal Teban Sia 1,098 20.95%
Totals 5,602 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Samboan[edit]

Raymond Joseph Calderon is the incumbent. his primary opponent is vice mayor Boy Capa.

Samboan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Raymond Joseph Calderon 2,921 70.18%
1-Cebu Boy Capa 1,234 29.65%
Independent Elmer Principe 7 0.17%
Totals 4,465 100.00%
Liberal hold

Santander[edit]

Marilyn Wenceslao is the incumbent.

Santander mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Marilyn Wenceslao 6,072 64.80%
1-Cebu Ma. Alona Ator 3,286 35.07%
Independent Amelia Mendez 13 0.14%
Totals 9,669 100.00%
Liberal hold

3rd District, Mayoral Election[edit]

Toledo City[edit]

Rudy Espinosa is the incumbent. his opponent is former senator John Henry Osmeña.

Toledo City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent John Henry Osmeña 24,591 55.76%
1-Cebu Rudy Espinosa 19,512 44.24%
Totals 47,803 100.00%
Independent gain from 1-Cebu

Aloguinsan[edit]

Incumbent Augustus Moreno is swapping post to her wife vice mayor Cynthia Moreno. Cynthia challenger is councilor Malou Ripdos.

Aloguinsan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Cynthia Moreno 9,875 72.91%
Liberal Malou Ripdos 3,669 27.09%
Totals 14,888 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Asturias[edit]

Incumbent Alan Adlawan is running for his reelection unopposed.

Asturias mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Alan Adlawan 15,279 100.00%
Totals 22,887 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Balamban[edit]

Ace Binghay is the incumbent.

Balamban mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Ace Binghay 24,775 82.19%
Independent Loloy Narsico 5,367 17.81%
Totals 34,558 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Barili[edit]

Teresito Mariñas is the incumbent. his opponent is vice mayor Marlon Garcia.

Barili mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Teresito Mariñas 19,347 58.93%
1-Cebu Marlon Garcia 13,482 41.07%
Totals 35,213 100.00%
Liberal hold

Pinamungajan[edit]

Incumbent Geraldine Yapha is running for Congress, Estralla Yapha is her party's nominee.

Pinamungajan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
1-Cebu Glenn Baricuatro 14,771 50.83%
Liberal Estrella Yapha 14,287 49.17%
Totals 30,997 100.00%
1-Cebu hold

Tuburan[edit]

Aljun Diamante is the incumbent.

Tuburan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Aljun Diamante 19,613 60.36%
1-Cebu Rose Suezo 12,878 39.64%
Totals 34,491 100.00%
Liberal hold

4th District, Mayoral Election[edit]

Bogo City[edit]

Celestino Martinez, Jr. is the incumbent. his opponent is daughter of Congressman Benhur Salimbangon, Marie Daphne Salimbangon.

Bogo City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Celestino Martinez, Jr. 25,177 69.69%
NUP Marie Daphne Salimbangon 10,948 30.31%
Totals 38,480 100.00%
Liberal hold

Bantayan[edit]

Incumbent Ian Christopher Escario is running for his reelection unopposed.

Bantayan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Ian Christopher Escario 17,636 100.00%
Totals 27,626 100.00%
NUP hold

Daanbantayan[edit]

Ma. Luisa Loot is the incumbent. his opponent is Engr.Augusto Corro.

Daanbantayan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Augusto Corro 17,764 53.51%
Nacionalista Ma. Luisa Loot 15,436 46.49%
Totals 34,966 100.00%
Liberal gain from Nacionalista

Madridejos[edit]

Salvador Dela Fuente is the incumbent.

Madridejos mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Salvador Dela Fuente 9,753 63.98%
Liberal Dodo Salazar 5,491 36.02%
Totals 16,306 100.00%
NUP hold

Medellin[edit]

Ricardo Ramirez is the incumbent.

Medellin mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Ricardo Ramirez 11,726 51.37%
Liberal Robbie Herrera 11,100 48.63%
Totals 25,231 100.00%
NUP hold

San Remigio[edit]

Jay Olivar is the incumbent. he will face former mayor Mariano Martinez.

San Remigio mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Mariano Martinez 14,591 53.87%
NUP Jay Olivar 12,496 46.13%
Totals 29,012 100.00%
Liberal gain from NUP

Santa Fe[edit]

Jong Jong Ilustrisimo is the incumbent.

Santa Fe mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jong Jong Ilustrisimo 2,578 50.20%
1-Cebu Jose Esgana 2,541 49.48%
Independent Edmund Aniana 16 0.31%
Totals 5,524 100.00%
Liberal hold

Tabogon[edit]

Incumbent Eusebio Dungog is not running, Roland Quinain is his party's nominee.

Tabogon mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Dodong Duterte 8,591 45.37%
Liberal Roland Quinain 7,873 41.58%
1-Cebu Lemar Alcover 2,471 13.05%
Totals 20,413 100.00%
NUP gain from Liberal

Tabuelan[edit]

Rex Casiano Gerona is the incumbent. his opponent is vice mayor Wilma Zamora.

Tabuelan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Rex Casiano Gerona 9,497 75.18%
Liberal Wilma Zamora 3,136 24.82%
Totals 13,701 100.00%
NUP hold

5th District, Mayoral Election[edit]

Danao City[edit]

Ramon Durano, Jr. is the incumbent. he will face his brother vice mayor Ramon Durano III.

Danao City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Ramon Durano III 36,417 64.91%
1-Cebu Ramon Durano, Jr. 19,684 35.09%
Totals 61,810 100.00%
Liberal gain from 1-Cebu

Borbon[edit]

Bernard Sepulveda is the incumbent.

Borbon mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Bakud Bernard Sepulveda 9,736 66.12%
PMP Levi Manalili 4,988 33.88%
Totals 16,999 100.00%

Carmen[edit]

Gerard Villamor is the incumbent.

Carmen mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Bakud Gerard Villamor 14,690 63.59%
PMP Sonia Pua 7,194 31.14%
Independent Recto De Dios 1,218 5.27%
Totals 26,092 100.00%

Catmon[edit]

Dan Jusay is the incumbent.

Catmon mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Bakud Dan Jusay 8,730 62.35%
UNA Estrella Aribal 5,025 35.89%
PMP Elbert Roldan 247 1.76%
Totals 14,721 100.00%

Compostela[edit]

Joel Quiño is the incumbent.

Compostela mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Bakud Joel Quiño 12,080 57.85%
1-Cebu Ritchie Wagas 8,683 41.59%
Independent Kuditah Cabahug 117 0.56%
Totals 22,257 100.00%

Liloan[edit]

Duke Frasco is the incumbent.

Liloan mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Duke Frasco 28,727 68.29%
Bakud Jimmy Maglasang 13,137 31.23%
Independent Benny Sarmiento 205 0.49%
Totals 44,332 100.00%
UNA hold

Pilar[edit]

Jet Fernandez is the incumbent.

Pilar mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Bakud Jet Fernandez 3,865 53.80%
1-Cebu Mel Tajo 3,319 46.20%
Totals 7,421 100.00%

Poro[edit]

Incumbent Luciano Rama, Jr. is running for his reelection unopposed.

Poro mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Bakud Luciano Rama, Jr. 8,950 100.00%
Totals 11,099 100.00%

San Francisco[edit]

Incumbent Aly Arquilano is running for his reelection unopposed.

San Francisco mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Bakud Aly Arquilano 13,986 100.00%
Totals 19,299 100.00%

Sogod[edit]

Moonyeen Durano is the incumbent.

Sogod mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Bakud Moonyeen Durano 12,225 72.46%
UNA Nicasio Bacayo 4,647 27.54%
Totals 17,903 100.00%

Tudela[edit]

Erwin Yu is the incumbent.

Tudela mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Bakud Erwin Yu 3,848 56.98%
1-Cebu Loret Maratas 2,715 40.20%
PMP Rogelio Baquerfo 190 2.81%
Totals 6,917 100.00%

6th District, Mayoral Election[edit]

Mandaue City[edit]

Jonas Cortes is the incumbent.

Mandaue City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jonas Cortes 99,406 77.99%
Bagumbayan-VNP Vic Biaño 28,062 22.01%
Totals 138,240 100.00%

Consolacion[edit]

Teresa Alegado is the incumbent.

Consolacion mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Teresa Alegado 27,220 53.23%
1-Cebu Avelino Guingob, Sr. 23,917 46.77%
Totals 53,137 100.00%

Cordova[edit]

Adelino Sitoy is the incumbent.

Cordova mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Adelino Sitoy 13,399 61.88%
1-Cebu Dody Jumao-as 4,680 20.69%
Independent Johnson Tan, Jr. 3,943 17.43%
Totals 24,817 100.00%

Cebu City Mayoral Election[edit]

Mike Rama is the incumbent. He faced off 2nd District Congressman Tomas Osmeña, who served as mayor from 2001 until 2010. He is the brother of Senator Serge Osmeña and grandson of former president Sergio Osmeña Sr.

Cebu City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Mike Rama 215,425 50.70%
Liberal Tomas Osmeña 209,497 49.30%
Totals 439,400 100.00%
UNA hold

Lapu-Lapu City Mayoral Election[edit]

Paz Radaza is the incumbent. She faced Liberal Party bet Jun Pelaez.

Lapu-Lapu City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Paz Radaza 62,044 52.95%
Liberal Jun Pelaez 52,564 44.86%
Independent Kwin Cabahug 2,568 2.19%
Totals 126,862 100.00%
Lakas hold

References[edit]

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