Philippine House of Representatives elections in Metro Manila, 2010

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Philippine House of Representatives elections in Metro Manila, 2010
Philippines
2007 ←
May 10, 2010 → 2013

30 seats of Metro Manila in the House of Representatives
  First party Second party Third party
 
Party Liberal Nacionalista Lakas-Kampi
Seats won 14 3 5
Popular vote 1,172,287 876,235 657,348
Percentage 29.04% 21.71% 16.28%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Party NPC PMP PDP-Laban
Seats won 3 2 2
Popular vote 380,632 225,009 123,577
Percentage 9.43% 5.57% 3.06%

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Location of Metro Manila within the country.

Elections were held in the National Capital Region (Metro Manila) for seats in the House of Representatives of the Philippines on May 10, 2010.

The candidate with the most number of votes won that district's seat for the 15th Congress of the Philippines.

Summary[edit]

Party Popular vote  % Seats
won
Liberal 1,172,287 29.04% 14
Nacionalista 876,345 21.71% 3
Lakas-Kampi 657,348 16.28% 5
NPC 380,632 9.43% 3
PMP* 225,009 5.57% 2
PDP-Laban 123,577 3.06% 2
KABAKA 70,852 1.76% 1
Ang Kapatiran 45,631 1.13% 0
Bagumbayan-VNP 40,684 1.01% 0
Bigkis Pinoy 37,138 0.92% 0
Lingkod Taguig 16,990 0.42% 0
KKK** 11,076 0.27% 0
KBL 4,494 0.11% 0
Bangon Pilipinas 3,773 0.09% 0
PGRP 991 0.02% 0
Buklod 876 0.02% 0
Independent 369,412 9.15% 0
Valid votes 4,037,005 91.95% 30
Invalid votes 353,575 8.05%
Turnout 4,390,580 71.06%
Registered voters 6,178,966 100.00%

*includes Partido Navoteño and Partido Magdiwang.
**excludes joint KKK/Liberal Party ticket.

Caloocan[edit]

1st District[edit]

Oscar Malapitan is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Caloocan's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Oscar Malapitan 163,150 60.21%
Liberal Luis Tito Varela 48,333 17.84%
Independent Roberto Guanzon 12,112 4.47%
PMP Ernesto Ray Adalem 10,444 3.85%
Independent Gualberto Bacolod 8,026 2.96%
Bangon Pilipinas Jaime Regalario 2,866 1.06%
Valid votes 244,931 90.39%
Invalid or blank votes 26,045 9.61%
Totals 270,976 100.00%
Nacionalista hold

2nd District[edit]

Mitzi Cajayon is the incumbent.

The result of the election is under protest in the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal.[1]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Caloocan's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Mitzi Cajayon 77,364 48.97%
Nacionalista Antonio Almeda 35,546 22.50%
Ang Kapatiran Carling Cabochan 16,943 10.72%
NPC Ma. Milagros Mercado 13,306 8.42%
Liberal John C. Santos 1,336 0.85%
Independent Tany Catacutan 723 0.46%
PGRP Adoracion Garcia 304 0.19%
Independent Enrique Cube 217 0.14%
Valid votes 145,739 92.25%
Invalid or blank votes 12,246 7.75%
Totals 157,985 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi hold

Las Piñas[edit]

Incumbent Cynthia Villar is in her third consecutive term and is ineligible for reelection; her son Mark is her party's nominee for the seat.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Las Piñas
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Mark Villar 144,977 86.35%
KKK Francisco Antonio, Jr. 11,076 6.60%
Independent Zusarah Veloria 8,387 5.00%
Independent Filipino Alvarado 3,461 2.06%
Valid votes 167,901 83.37%
Invalid or blank votes 33,495 16.63%
Totals 167,901 100.00%
Nacionalista hold

Makati[edit]

1st District[edit]

Incumbent Teodoro Locsin, Jr. is in his third consecutive term already and is ineligible for reelection; Makati councilor Monique Lagdameo is his party's nominee although his wife Maria Lourdes is the Liberal Party's nominee for the seat.

The result of the election is under protest in the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal.[1]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Makati's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Monique Lagdameo 42,102 33.52%
Liberal Maria Lourdes Locsin 41,860 33.32%
Independent Robert Dean Barbers 25,990 20.69%
Bigkis Pinoy Oscar Ibay 14,993 11.94%
KBL Oswaldo Carbonell 668 0.53%
Valid votes 125,613 92.24%
Invalid or blank votes 10,564 7.76%
Totals 136,177 100.00%
PDP-Laban hold

2nd District[edit]

Abigail Binay is the incumbent.

The result of the election is under protest in the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal.[1]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Makati's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Abigail Binay 81,475 62.49%
Nacionalista Ernesto Aspillaga 35,497 27.23%
Bigkis Pinoy Christian John Montes 13,402 10.28%
Valid votes 134,630 92.02%
Invalid or blank votes 11,682 7.98%
Totals 146,312 100.00%
PDP-Laban hold

Malabon[edit]

Malabon will elect their representative alone for the first time. Previously, they were a part of the Legislative district of Malabon City-Navotas City. Josephine Lacson-Noel is the last representative for the Malabon-Navotas district; she was seated after the House Electoral Tribunal ruled that she won the 2007 election over Alvin Sandoval after a recount.[2]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Malabon
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Josephine Lacson-Noel 52,815 40.25%
PMP Arnold Vicencio 42,961 32.74%
Lakas-Kampi Federico Sandoval II 27,506 20.96%
Lakas-Kampi Mark Allan Yambao 7,640 5.82%
Independent Bobby Genorga 283 0.22%
Valid votes 131,205 94.52%
Invalid or blank votes 7,600 5.48%
Totals 138,805 100.00%
NPC win (new seat)

Mandaluyong[edit]

Incumbent Neptali Gonzales II transferred from Lakas-Kampi-CMD to the Liberal Party and is running unopposed.[3]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Mandaluyong
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Neptali Gonzales II 114,971 100.00%
Valid votes 114,971 84.26%
Invalid or blank votes 21,474 15.74%
Totals 136,445 100.00%
Liberal hold

Manila[edit]

Manila divided into the six legislative districts.

The Kapayapaan, Kaunlaran at Katarungan party headed by incumbent mayor and candidate Alfredo Lim is in coalition with the Liberal Party,[4] although candidate and former mayor Lito Atienza's certificate of candidacy states that he is the Liberal Party's candidate for mayor.[5] The COMELEC eventually classified Atienza as an independent.

1st District[edit]

Incumbent Benjamin Asilo is also co-nominated by the KKK. Arlene Koa is co-nominated by Asenso Manileño. Former representative Ernesto Nieva, who was supposed to run again under Lakas-Kampi-CMD, died on February 16, 2010 due to cardiac arrest.[6] His daughter Mina was designated as a candidate by substitution.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Benjamin Asilo 82,249 58.27%
Lakas-Kampi Mina Nieva 40,880 28.96%
Nacionalista Arlene Koa 14.090 9.98%
KBL Fernando Diaz 3,500 2.48%
Independent Ranilo Dacay 441 0.31%
Valid votes 141,160 93.92%
Invalid or blank votes 9,135 6.08%
Totals 150,295 100.00%
Liberal hold

2nd District[edit]

Jaime Lopez of Lakas Kampi CMD is the incumbent, but he is ineligible for re-election since he is on his third consecutive term already. His party didn't nominate anyone in this district; his son Carlo is co-nominated by the Liberal Party and the KKK.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Carlo Lopez 47,710 55.51%
Nacionalista Roland Valeriano 37,141 43.21%
Independent Jaime Balmas 902 1.05%
Independent Jeffry Alacre 203 0.24%
Valid votes 85,956 92.37%
Invalid or blank votes 7,097 7.63%
Totals 93,053 100.00%
Liberal gain from Lakas-Kampi

3rd District[edit]

Zenaida Angping is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Zenaida Angping 62,085 64.06%
Independent Letlet Zarcal 32.634 33.67%
Independent Erlinda Reyes 912 0.94%
Independent Cristina Zamora 512 0.53%
Independent Wally Dizon 389 0.40%
Independent Rodolfo Flores 381 0.40%
Valid votes 96,913 94.00%
Invalid or blank votes 6,182 6.00%
Totals 103,095 100.00%
NPC hold

4th District[edit]

Trisha Bonoan-David is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Trisha Bonoan-David 56,769 55.13%
Liberal Rudy Bacani 46,206 44.87%
Valid votes 102,975 94.96%
Invalid or blank votes 5,464 5.04%
Totals 108,439 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi hold

5th District[edit]

Despite under Atienza's Buhayin ang Maynila ticket, which is supported by the Joseph Estrada-led Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino, incumbent Amado Bagatsing is the nominee of both Lakas-Kampi-CMD and local party Kabalikat ng Bayan sa Kaunlaran (KABACA). Rep. Bagatsing later joined the Liberal Party but he is under Lakas-Kampi-CMD at the time of election.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 5th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Amado Bagatsing 70,852 59.04%
Nacionalista Joey Hizon 47,902 39.92%
Independent Rodicindo Yee Rodriguez II 626 0.52%
Independent Jayson Española 618 0.52%
Valid votes 119,998 92.92%
Invalid or blank votes 9,148 7.08%
Totals 129,147 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi hold

6th District[edit]

Despite under Atienza's Buhayin ang MayniLA ticket, which is supported by the Joseph Estrada-led Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino, incumbent Benny M. Abante is Lakas-Kampi-CMD's nominee in the district.

Danilo Lacuna is also co-nominated by Asenso Manileño.

The result of the election is under protest in the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal.[1]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 6th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Sandy Ocampo 39,985 38.63%
Lakas-Kampi Benny M. Abante 38,113 36.82%
Nacionalista Danilo Lacuna 24,866 24.03%
Independent Ramon Villanueva 204 0.20%
Independent Joven Yuson 160 0.16%
PGRP Marlo Gerardo Artacho 96 0.09%
Bigkis Pinoy Ronaldo Tibig 76 0.07%
Valid votes 103,500 95.70%
Invalid or blank votes 4,654 4.30%
Totals 108,154 100.00%
Liberal gain from Lakas-Kampi

Marikina[edit]

1st District[edit]

Marcelino Teodoro is the incumbent; he was originally a Liberal, but ran as an independent, then returned to the Liberals after election.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Marikina's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Marcelino Teodoro 47,425 67.48%
Liberal Samuel Ferriol 22,232 31.63%
Lakas-Kampi Garizaldy Dela Paz 338 0.48%
Independent Alfredo Fajardo 175 0.25%
Independent Daniel Casuga 110 0.16%
Valid votes 70,280 96.04%
Invalid or blank votes 2,897 3.96%
Totals 73,177 100.00%
Independent hold

2nd District[edit]

Incumbent Del R. De Guzman is in his third consecutive term already; Miro Quimbo was nominated by his party to run for the district's seat.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Marikina's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Miro Quimbo 45,690 56.77%
Bagumbayan-VNP Donn Carlo Favis 13,073 16.24%
PMP Romeo Candazo 10,883 13.52%
Independent Larry Punzalan 4,744 5.89%
Independent Adjuthor De Guzman 3,704 4.60%
Independent Eduardo Francisco 1,515 1.88%
Independent Benjamin Baretto 616 0.77%
Independent Rogelio Serrano 149 0.19%
Independent Felizardo Bulaong 112 0.14%
Valid votes 80,486 93.25%
Invalid or blank votes 5,823 6.75%
Totals 86,309 100.00%
Liberal hold

Muntinlupa[edit]

Incumbent Ruffy Biazon is in his third consecutive term already and is ineligible for reelection; he will run for the Senate while his father outgoing senator Rodolfo Biazon, is his party's nominee for the district's seat.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Muntinlupa
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Rodolfo Biazon 82,128 46.00%
NPC Dong Puno 48,763 27.31%
Independent Ermie Espeleta 34,644 19.40%
Independent Rey Bulay 9,903 5.55%
Independent Rafael Burgos 2,001 1.12%
Bangon Pilipinas Rodolfo Villoria 934 0.52%
Independent Herminio Sorilla 180 0.10%
Valid votes 177,619 92.82%
Invalid or blank votes 13,749 7.18%
Totals 191,368 100.00%
Liberal hold

Navotas[edit]

Navotas will elect their first representative alone for the first time. Previously, they were a part of the Legislative district of Malabon City-Navotas City. Josephine Lacson-Noel is the last representative for the Malabon-Navotas district; she was seated after the House Electoral Tribunal ruled that she won the 2007 election over Alvin Sandoval after a recount.[2]

Outgoing Navotas mayor Toby Tiangco, who has served for three consecutive terms already as mayor and is ineligible for reelection, is running unopposed for the city's at-large congressional seat. His brother John Reyland will run for the mayorship unopposed. The Tiangcos are running under Partido Navoteño (Navotas Party) which is a local affiliate of Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP).

Philippine House of Representatives election at Navotas
Party Candidate Votes %
Navoteño Toby Tiangco 76,276 100.00%
Valid votes 76,276 84.16%
Invalid or blank votes 14,354 15.84%
Totals 90,630 100.00%
Navoteño win (new seat)

Parañaque[edit]

1st District[edit]

Incumbent Eduardo Zialcita is on his third consecutive term already and is ineligible for reelection; the Nacionalista Party did not name a nominee to run in this district.

The result of the election is under protest in the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal.[1]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Parañaque's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Edwin Olivarez 43,005 53.30%
Lakas-Kampi Rolando Bernabe 25,295 31.35%
Independent Delfin Wenceslao, Jr. 6,813 8.44%
NPC Epimaco Densing III 2,897 3.59%
Independent Edison Javier 2,581 3.20%
Independent Fortunata Magsombol 101 0.13%
Valid votes 80,692 92.67%
Invalid or blank votes 6,381 7.33%
Totals 87,073 100.00%
Liberal gain from Nacionalista

2nd District[edit]

Incumbent Roilo Golez transferred from independent to the Liberal Party.[3]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Parañaque's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Roilo Golez 98,940 95.99%
PMP Pedro Cartajena Montaño 4,135 4.01%
Valid votes 103,075 87.88%
Invalid or blank votes 14,209 12.12%
Totals 117,284 100.00%
Liberal hold

Pasay[edit]

Jose Antonio Roxas is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Pasay
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Imelda Calixto-Rubiano 66,443 36.19%
Lakas-Kampi Jose Antonio Roxas 53,304 29.03%
PMP Allan Panaligan 32,857 17.89%
Bigkis Pinoy Rica-Elah Hortaleza 8,667 4.72%
Valid votes 161,271 87.83%
Invalid or blank votes 22,347 12.17%
Totals 183,618 100.00%
Liberal gain from Lakas-Kampi

Pasig[edit]

Roman Romulo is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Pasig's 1st District
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Roman Romulo 209,281 90.23%
Independent Francisco Rivera, Jr. 22,659 9.77%
Valid votes 231,940 8.67%
Invalid or blank votes 29,627 11.33%
Totals 261,567 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi hold

Quezon City[edit]

Map of Quezon City's legislative districts.

1st District[edit]

Vincent "Bingbong" Crisologo is the incumbent. He is running against Vivienne Tan, daughter of business tycoon Lucio Tan as an independent. Tan was disqualified on April 23, 2010 by the Court of Appeals for not being a Filipino citizen however the ruling is not yet finalized pending appeal.[7]

The result of the election is under protest in the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal.[1]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Vincent "Bingbong" Crisologo 78,610 60.78%
Independent Vivienne Tan 30,599 23.66%
NPC Elizabeth Delarmante 19,671 15.21%
Independent Benjamin Mariquit 462 0.36%
Valid votes 129,342 94.78%
Invalid or blank votes 7,127 5.22%
Totals 136,469 100.00%
Nacionalista hold

2nd District[edit]

Incumbent Mary Ann Susano is running for mayor of Quezon City.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Winston Castelo 129,660 37.39%
Independent Christopher Belmonte 105,101 30.31%
PMP Allan Butch Francisco 38,582 11.13%
Ang Kapatiran Dante Liban 28,688 8.27%
Independent Chuck Mathay 26,383 7.61%
Independent Voltaire Godofredo Liban III 15,944 4.60%
Buklod Myrleon Peralta 876 0.25%
PGRP Walter Jimenez 591 0.17%
Independent Fernando Uy 367 0.11%
KBL Norma Nueva 326 0.09%
Independent Dionisio Rellosa, Jr. 253 0.07%
Valid votes 346,771 92.50%
Invalid or blank votes 28,121 7.50%
Totals 374,892 100.00%
Liberal gain from PMP

3rd District[edit]

Matias Defensor, Jr. is the incumbent.

Defensor placed the result of the election under protest in the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal.[1]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jorge Banal, Jr. 37,408 38.02%
Lakas-Kampi Matias Defensor, Jr. 30,887 31.39%
NPC Franz Pumaren 27,611 28.06%
Bagumbayan-VNP Catherine Violago 2,254 2.29%
Independent Pedrito Espin 231 0.23%
Valid votes 98,391 95.06%
Invalid or blank votes 5,116 4.94%
Totals 103,507 100.00%
Liberal gain from Lakas-Kampi

4th District[edit]

Incumbent Nanette Castelo-Daza is already in her third consecutive term and is ineligible for reelection.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Feliciano Belmonte, Jr. 99,813 78.42%
Lakas-Kampi Don de Castro 23,476 18.44%
PMP Hans Palacios 3,992 3.14%
Valid votes 127,281 87.38%
Invalid or blank votes 18,382 12.62%
Totals 145,663 100.00%
Liberal hold

San Juan[edit]

San Juan mayor JV Ejercito is running unopposed for the city's congressional seat. Incumbent congressman Ronaldo Zamora (Nacionalista) decided to retire from politics as he is ineligible for reelection. Ejercito is running under Partido Magdiwang.[8] Partido Magdiwang is the local affiliate of the Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino, the party of his father, presidential candidate Joseph Estrada.

Philippine House of Representatives election at San Juan
Party Candidate Votes %
PMP JV Ejercito 47,840 100.00%
Valid votes 47,840 82.08%
Invalid or blank votes 10,444 17.92%
Totals 58,284 100.00%%
PMP gain from Nacionalista

Taguig and Pateros[edit]

Taguig is divided into two districts: its first district also includes Pateros. Hence, the first district is called the "District of Taguig-Pateros" and the second district is the "District of Taguig."

1st District (Taguig/Pateros)[edit]

Former Councilor Arnel Cerafica is also nominated by local party Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Taguig and Pateros' 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Arnel Cerafica 65,264 57.03%
Nacionalista Ren-Ren Cayetano 42,558 37.19%
Independent Luis Cruz, Jr. 349 0.31%
Independent Joselito Gabriel 256 0.22%
Valid votes 108,427 94.75%
Invalid or blank votes 6,012 5.25%
Totals 114,439 100.00%
Liberal gain from Nacionalista

2nd District (Taguig)[edit]

Henry Duenas, Jr. is the incumbent but decided not to run in this election, while outgoing mayor Sigfrido Tiñga is also nominated by local party Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig.

On February 28, 2010, Angelito Reyes, son of Secretary of Energy Angelo Reyes, is declared the winner of the 2007 election by the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal (HRET), with the HRET ruling that Reyes defeated Henry Duenas, Jr. by a margin of 57 votes; the Board of Canvassers originally declared Duenas the winner with 28,564 votes over Reyes' 27,107 for a margin of 1,457.[9]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Taguig's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Sigfrido R. Tiñga 61,483 60.62%
Lingkod Taguig Angelito Reyes 16,990 16.75%
Nacionalista Arvin Ian Alit 16,184 15.96%
Independent James Layug 6,637 6.54%
Independent Robinson Lumontod, Jr. 135 0.13%
Valid votes 101,429 94.91%
Invalid or blank votes 5,438 5.09%
Totals 106,867 100.00%
Liberal gain from Lingkod Taguig

Valenzuela[edit]

Legislative districts of Valenzuela City. Areas shown in red represent the first district; blue represent second district.

1st District[edit]

Rexlon T. Gatchalian is the incumbent

Philippine House of Representatives election at Valenzuela's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Rexlon T. Gatchalian 74,977 90.43%
Independent Ma. Elisa D. Mendoza 7,933 9.57%
Valid votes 82,910 92.94%
Invalid or blank votes 6,298 7.06%
Totals 89,208 100.00%
NPC hold

2nd District[edit]

Magtanggol Gunigundo II is the incumbent

Philippine House of Representatives election at Valenzuela's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Magtanggol T. Gunigundo II 66,495 64.10%
NPC Carlitos B. Tiquia 37,237 35.90%
Valid votes 103,732 95.26%
Invalid or blank votes 5,161 4.74%
Totals 108,893 100.00%
Lakas-Kampi hold

References[edit]

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