The colors indicate municipalities where a candidate gathered the majority of votes(governor/vice-governor/congressman): Dirty Yellow for Carmencita Reyes / Antonio Uy / Allan Velasco, Yellow for Carmencita Reyes / Antonio Uy / Edmundo Reyes, Orange for Carmencita Reyes / Jasper Lim / Allan Velasco and Red for Wilfredo Red / Antonio Uy / Allan Velasco. Incumbent Jose Antonio Carrion, Narciso Daquioag and incumbent vice-governor Tomas Pizarro was unable to secure a majority in any of the municipalities.
Gubernatorial, Vice gubernatorial and Congressional election
Incumbent governor Jose Antonio N. Carrion will run for his second term as governor of Marinduque. This election, he will run under the Lakas-Kampi-CMD banner; he ran previously as an independent on the last election.
Incumbent congresswoman Carmencita Reyes is allowed to run for a second term, but chose to run for governor. She was formerly a member of Lakas-CMD but, became an independent candidate due to the Carrion's membership of Lakas-Kampi-CMD. Despite of all of this she was the guest candidate of the Liberal party. On the ballot she was Bigkis Pinoy's candidate.
Former Sta. Cruz mayor and businessman Wilfredo Red will run again for governor. He failed to win the previous election and was in the last place in the race for governor, which was won by Carrion.
Incumbent vice-governor Tomas Pizarro will run for his second term as vice-governor of Marinduque. He was a member of Kampi during the last election. He defected to the Nacionalista Party for this election.
Incumbent sangunniang panlalawigan member Jasper Lim is allowed to run for a third term, but chose to run for vice-governor. He was bannered under his brother and former Liga ng mga Barangay sa Pilipinas president James Marty Lim's Alliance for Barangay Concerns party. He is also the running mate of Carrion under the Lakas-Kampi-CMD
With Carmencita Reyes running for governor, her son and former congressman Edmundo O. Reyes is expected to reclaim his seat. He defected to the Liberal party after Carrion's membership to Lakas-Kampi-CMD party. He did not run in the previous election because he was ineligible to run because he already claimed the three-term limit.
Provincial Administrator and Carrion ally Lord Allan Jay Velasco will also run for the congressional seat, despite having no previous experience in Marinduque politics but, as provincial administrator, Velasco is the Lakas-Kampi-CMD nominee for the said congressional elections.
The primary issue for this upcoming elections was the ongoing power crisis happening at Marinduque.
Voting is via plurality-at-large voting: in each of Marinduque's two districts, voters will vote for four members of the provincial legislature, then the four candidates with the highest amount of votes are elected.