Navotas local elections, 2013

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Navotas mayoral elections, 2013

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May 13, 2013 → 2016

  Patrick Joseph Javier.jpg
Nominee John Rey Tiangco Patrick Joseph Javier
Party UNA Liberal
Running mate Clint Geronimo Elsa Bautista-Teodoro
Popular vote 52,523 25,412

Mayor before election

John Rey Tiangco
UNA

Elected Mayor

John Rey Tiangco
UNA

Local elections was held in the city of Navotas on May 13, 2013 within the Philippine general election.Re-electionist mayor-John Rey Tiangco, won with a margin 50% with his closest rival, the incumbent vice-mayor, Patrick Joseph Javier, that will be replaced by Clint Geronimo.

Opinion polling[edit]

Mayoral election[edit]

Three-candidate race[edit]

Pollster Date(s) administered Sample size Margin of error John Rey Tiangco Patrick Joseph Javier Clint Geronimo
Anti-EPAL Navotas March 14–16, 2013 500 ±3% 47% 48% 5%

Two-candidate race[edit]

Pollster Date(s) administered Sample size Margin of error Tiangco Javier
Anti-EPAL Navotas March 14–16, 2013 500 ±3% 49.65% 51.35%
Pollster Date(s) administered Sample size Margin of error Tiangco Javier
Anti-EPAL Navotas April 4–6, 2013 500 ±3% 69.45% 31.55%
Pollster Date(s) administered Sample size Margin of error Tiangco Javier
ElectionsNavotas Surveys[1] April 23, 2013 800 ±3% 37% 63%

Vice-mayoral elections[edit]

Pollster Date(s) administered Sample size Margin of error Bautista Geronimo
ElectionsNavotas Surveys[2] April 23, 2013 800 ±3% 18% 82%

HoR elections[edit]

Pollster Date(s) administered Sample size Margin of error Tiangco De Guzman
ElectionsNavotas Surveys[3] April 23, 2013 800 ±3% 49% 51%
  • The Bold text indicates the winner.

Results[edit]

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. All candidates with party affiliation are supported by Partido Navoteño, the only local party in the city.

Candidates[edit]

Partido Navoteño-UNA coalition (Team Navotaas)[edit]

  • Mayor John Rey Tiangco (re-electionist for second term)
  • District II Councilor Clint Geronimo (vice mayor)
  • Cong. Toby Tiangco (re-electionist for second term)
  • Barangay Kagawad Ethel Joy Arriola (councilor, District I)
  • Former Barangay Kagawad Eddie Tarok Manio (re-electionist for third term, councilor, District I)
  • Doc. Rey Monroy (re-electionist for second term, councilor, District I)
  • Former SK Chairman Richard San Juan (re-electionist for second term, councilor, District I)
  • Assistant Coach of Air21 Jack Santiago will run again (councilor, District I)
  • Former Barangay Captain Alfredo Boy Vicencio (re-electionist for second term, councilor, District I)
  • Former Barangay Captain Orlie Castro (councilor, District II)
  • Engr. Don Don De Guzman (councilor, District II)
  • Marielle Del Rosario (re-electionist for second term, councilor, District II)
  • Ricky Gino Gino (re-electionist for third term, councilor, District II)
  • Arnel Lupisan (councilor, District II)
  • Steve Naval (councilor, District II)

Partido Liberal-NPC coalition (Team Laban Navotas)[edit]

  • Vice Mayor Patrick Joseph Javier (mayor)
  • District II Coun. Elsa Bautista-Teodoro (vice mayor)
  • Barangay Kagawad Atty. Icoy de Guzman (congressman)
  • Former Barangay Kagawad Manuel Cabingas (councilor, District I)
  • Former Barangay Kagawad Jojo Magpoc (councilor, District I)
  • Former Barangay Kagawad Ronnie Salvador (councilor, District I)
  • Barangay Captain Lito Sulit (councilor, District I)
  • Dok. Nelson Varela (councilor, District I)
  • SK Chairman Nico Magbiray (councilor, District II)
  • Ferdinand Pascual (councilor, District II)
  • Drydel Raymundo (councilor, District II)

PLM[edit]

  • PLM - Severino Mendoza (councilor, District II)

Independent[edit]

  • Joselito Alvarez (councilor, District I)
  • Joseph Kwe (councilor, District I)
  • Arlan Alarcon (councilor, District II)

Party-switching[edit]

Politician Running for Old party New party
Elsa Bautista-Teodoro vice mayor Independent NPC
Jose Norman Magpoc councilor Independent Liberal
Reynaldo Monroy councilor Independent UNA
Ronaldo Naval councilor Independent UNA
Jose Ronnie Salvador councilor UNA Liberal

Incumbents who will run for other positions, or will not run[edit]

Politician Position Reason Party
Elsa Bautista-Teodoro councilor running for vice mayor NPC
Domingo Elape councilor will not run, term-limited UNA
Clint Geronimo councilor running for vice-mayor UNA
PJ Javier vice mayor term-limited, running for mayor Liberal
Analiza Lupisan councilor will not run, replaced by husband Arnel UNA

Results[edit]

Results Mayor

  • TIANGCO, John Reynald M. "John Rey" (UNA)
  • Votes of Mayor John Rey (52,650)
  • JAVIER, Patrick Joseph A. "PJ" (Liberal)
  • Votes of Vice Mayor PJ (28,000)

Vice Mayor

  • GERONIMO, Clint Nicolas B. (UNA)
  • Votes of Councilor Clint (42,500)
  • BAUTISTA-TEODORO, Ma. Elsa
  • Votes of Councilor Elsa (16,900)

House of Representatives elections[edit]

Toby Tiangco is the incumbent. He is under Partido Navoteño, the ruling local party, which will contest this election at the banner of the United Nationalist Alliance. (He is also UNA's national secretary-general.)

2013 Navotas legislative election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Tiangco, Tobias Reynald Marcelo "Toby" 60,168 74.65%
Liberal De Guzman, Rico Jose "Icoy" 14,710 18.25%
Margin of victory 45,458 56.40
Invalid or blank votes 5,719 7.10%
Totals 80,597 100%
UNA hold

City Council elections[edit]

Each of Navotas City's two legislative districts elects six councilors to the City Council. The six candidates with the highest amount of votes wins the seats per district. Some who are running are the same names from 2010.

Party Mayoral/vice
mayoral candidate
Total votes Total seats
Total  % Total  %
UNA (United Nationalist Alliance/Party of the People of Navotas - 10/12 seats, 12 candidates)[A] John Rey Tiangco 284,420 72.81% 12 100.0%
Liberal (Liberal Party of the Philippines - 1/12 seats, 8 candidates)[B] PJ Javier 95,001 24.32% 0 0.00%
Independents (3 candidates)[C] none 8,878 2.27% 0 0.00%
PLM (Party of the Laboring Masses - 1 candidate) none 2,341 0.60% 0 0.00%
Total valid votes cast 390,640 N/A
Total turnout 80,597 100%
Total partisan seats 12 85.7%
Seat for Association of Barangay Captains President 1 7.1%
Seat for Association of Sangguniang Kabataan Chairmen President 1 7.1%
Total non-partisan seats 2 14.3%
Total seats 14 100.0%

District 1[edit]

City Council election at Navotas' 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Monroy, Reynaldo Alonzo "Doc Rey" 27,366 13.78%
UNA Santiago, Gerardo Tojino "Jack" 23,207 11.69%
UNA Arriola, Ethel Joy Francisco "EJ" 22,914 11.54%
UNA Maño, Edgardo dela Cruz "Tarok" 22,571 11.36%
UNA San Juan, Richard Suba "Richard" 22,129 11.14%
UNA Vicencio, Alfredo Ramirez "Boy" 21,627 10.89%
Liberal Sulit, Joselito Tomalad "Lito" 15,218 7.66%
Liberal Salvador, Jose Ronnie Ingalla "Ronnie" 12,170 6.13%
Liberal Magpoc, Jose Norman Lizan "Jojo" 11,438 5.76%
Liberal Varela, Nelson Apa-ap "Dok Nelson" 9,364 4.71%
Liberal Cabingas, Manuel Magpusao "Ching" 6,530 3.29%
Independent Alvarez, Joselito Lachica "Lito" 2,799 1.41%
Independent Kwe, Jose Cañonero "Joseph" 1,271 0.64%
Totals 40,458 100%

District 2[edit]

City Council election at Navotas' 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Del Rosario-Tumangan, Ma. Lourdes Santos "Marielle" 27,547 14.34%
UNA Naval, Ronaldo David "Steve" 26,285 13.69%
UNA Lupisan, Arnel Sablay "Arnel" 25,208 13.13%
UNA Gino-gino, Enrico Plaza "Ricky" 23,073 12.01%
UNA Castro, Orlando Pangilinan "Orlie" 21,584 11.24%
UNA De Guzman, Carlito Jr. de Roxas "Don" 20,909 10.89%
Liberal Magbiray, Dominic Militante "Nico" 14,840 7.73%
Liberal Pascual, Ferdinand Francisco "Ferdie Bada" 14,012 7.30%
Liberal Raymundo, Drydel de Guzman "Drydel" 11,429 5.95%
Independent Alarcon, Arlando Pronce "Arlan" 4,808 2.50%
PLM Mendoza, Severino Mangubat "Rene" 2,341 1.22%
Totals 40,139 100%

Notes

  • A^ Initially, UNA (as Partido Navoteño) had nine seats after the 2010 election. Later on, Councilors Reynaldo Monroy and Ronaldo "Steve" Naval jumped to the party from being independents, increasing its seats to 11. Prior to this election, District I Coun. Bernardo Nazal died, leaving his seat vacant and decreasing UNA's seat total to 10.
  • B^ Technically, District II Coun. Elsa Bautista is under the Nationalist People's Coalition, which contests this election in alliance with the Liberals. Bautista became a member of NPC in 2012.
  • C^ Initially, there are three independent councilors (Monroy, Bautista and Naval) after the 2010 election, but they later jumped to major parties in 2012.

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