Quezon City local elections, 2010

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Quezon City mayoral elections, 2010

2007 ←
May 10, 2010 → 2013

  Mike Defensor.jpg
Nominee Herbert Bautista Mike Defensor
Party Liberal PRP
Running mate Josefina Belmonte Aiko Melendez
Popular vote 500,563 126,847
Percentage 67.79 17.18

Mayor before election

Feliciano Belmonte, Jr.
Liberal

Elected Mayor

Herbert Bautista
Liberal

Local elections will be held in the Quezon City on May 10, 2010 within the Philippine general election. The voters will elect for the elective local posts in the city: the mayor, vice mayor, four District representatives, and councilors, six in each of the city's four legislative districts.

Mayoral and vice mayoral election[edit]

Incumbents mayor Feliciano Belmonte, Jr. and vice mayor Herbert Bautista is now on their third term as mayor and vice mayor of Quezon City. Bautista announced that he is running for the mayorship of the city. They are running under the Liberal Party although Belmonte is the SVP for External Affairs of Lakas-Kampi-CMD. Belmonte's daughter Joy is Bautista's running mate. If Belmonte wins, she will be the third female vice mayor next to Charito Planas and Connie Angeles. Mayor Belmonte is running for a congressional post in the 4th District where he served there as representative from 1992 to 2001. Bautista ran for mayor in 1998, but lost to Ismael Mathay, Jr.

Former three-term mayor Ismael Mathay, Jr. is also running for mayor as an independent candidate. He served as mayor from 1992 to 2001. Before he became mayor, he was the former Quezon City 4th District Representative from 1988 to 1992. He ran for mayor in 2004 but lost to Sonny Belmonte.

Former Presidential Chief of Staff Mike Defensor is running under the Nacionalista Party. Defensor was the former Quezon City 3rd District Representative, then the became the chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinate Council, Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Presidential Chief of Staff. He ran for senator under TEAM Unity, but he ranked 15 in the polls. His running mate is actress and three term 2nd District Councilor Aiko Melendez of the Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino. They are part of the Performance Team, which consists of members (Mayor, Vice Mayor, Congressman & Councilors) from Lakas-Kampi-CMD, NP & PMP. Defensor & Melendez are part of the team.

Quezon City 2nd District Representative Mary Ann Susano is on her second term as representative. She is eligible to run for a third term. But, she insisted to run for mayor under the Nationalist People's Coalition. If she wins, she will be the second female mayor next to Adelina Rodriguez. Her running mate is 4th District councilor Janet Malaya. This was the first time that two females are teaming up for the highest positions in the City.

Other candidates for the mayorship are 4th District councilor Ariel Inton, Jay Bautista, John Charles Chang, Engracio Icasiano, Henry Samonte and Roberto Sombillo.

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.

Mayoral election results[edit]

Quezon City mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Herbert Bautista 500,563 67.79
PRP Michael "Mike" Defensor* 126,847 17.18
PMP Mary Ann Susano 68,339 9.25
Independent Ismael Mathay, Jr. 22,224 3.01
Independent Ariel Inton 14,225 1.95
Independent John Charles Chang 3,840 0.52
Independent Henry Samonte 947 0.13
Independent Engracio Icasiano 867 0.12
Independent Roberto Sombillo 586 0.08
Majority 373,716 50.61%
Valid votes 738,438 95.93%
Invalid or blank votes 31,339 4.07%
Total votes 769,777 100.00
Liberal hold

Vice Mayoral election results[edit]

Quezon City vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Josefina Belmonte 503,657 69.98
PMP Aiko Melendez* 122,584 17.03
LDP Janet Malaya 75,302 10.46
Independent Dave Planas 8,350 1.16
Independent Allan Bantilo 4,248 0.59
Independent Rodrigo Kapunan 3,334 0.46
Independent Ma. Floriza Pusing 851 0.12
KBL Rolando Jota 773 0.11
Independent Apolinario Tubera 640 0.09
Majority 381,073 52.95%
Valid votes 719,739 93.50%
Invalid or blank votes 50,038 6.50%
Total votes 769,777 100.00
Liberal hold

Congressional election results[edit]

Map of Quezon City's legislative districts.

1st District[edit]

Vincent "Bingbong" Crisologo is the incumbent. Crisologo, filed a case in the Quezon City Regional Trial Court (RTC) to disqualify candidate Vivienne Tan, who was reportedly not a natural-born Filipino. Tan, the daughter of business magnate Lucio Tan, migrated to the United States and became a naturalized American citizen on January 19, 1993. She returned to the Philippines in 1996 and has resided here since. Tan won in the RTC, but Crisologo appealed to the Court of Appeals, which disqualified Tan as "Not being a Filipino citizen at the time of her application to be registered as a voter on October 26, 2009 or at the time when her said application was approved by the [Commission on Elections] on November 16, 2009, Tan's inclusion in the voter’s list of Precinct 0853-A, Sto. Domingo, Quezon City, is therefore, highly irregular and downright invalid." The CA ruled in favor of Congressman Bingbong Crisologo Immigration Commissioner Marcelino Libanan certified that Tan re-acquired her Filipino citizenship only on December 1.[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%
Total votes 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%
Total votes 487,923 100.00
Liberal gain from PMP

3rd District[edit]

Matias Defensor, Jr. is the incumbent.

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%
Total votes 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 "Sonny" 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%
Total votes 145,663 100.00
Liberal hold

City council elections[edit]

Each of Quezon City's four legislative districts elects six councilors to the City Council. The six candidates with the highest amount of votes wins those district's six seats in the council. Some who are running are celebrities.

Summary[edit]

Party Mayoral/vice
mayoral candidate
Total votes Total seats
Total  % Total  %
Liberal Herbert Bautista 1,644,163 43.6% 16 61.5%
Independents Varies 547,243 14.5% 0 0.0%
NPC None 515,920 13.7% 3 11.5%
Lakas-Kampi None 402,771 10.7% 3 11.5%
Nacionalista None 377,056 10.0% 2 7.7%
PMP Mary Ann Susano 125,790 3.3% 0 0.0%
Bagumbayan-VNP None 107,240 2.8% 0 0.0%
Aksyon None 24,127 0.6% 0 0.0%
LDP Janet Malaya 23,057 0.6% 0 0.0%
PGRP None 5,981 0.2% 0 0.0%
KBL Rolando Jota 644 0.0% 0 0.0%
Total valid votes cast 3,773,993 N/A
Total turnout 769,777 100.00%
Total partisan seats 24 92.3%
Seat for Association of Barangay Captains President 1 3.8%
Seat for Association of Sangguniang Kabataan chairmen President 1 3.8%
Total non-partisan seats 2 7.7%
Total seats 38 100.0%

District 1[edit]

City Council election at Quezon City's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Francisco Calalay, Jr. 91,506 13.09
NPC Dorothy Delarmente 75,689 10.83
Nacionalista Anthony Peter Crisologo 71,177 10.18
Liberal RJ Belmonte 69,767 9.98
Liberal Joseph Emile Juico 69,121 9.89
Liberal Alexis Herrera 61,150 8.75
NPC Rommel Abesamis 55,369 7.92
Nacionalista Wilma Amoranto-Sarino 46,927 6.71
Nacionalista Raul Medina 34,679 4.96
Nacionalista Fermin Bilaos 32,442 4.64
Independent Arnell Ignacio 23,908 3.42
NPC Abino Andrew Cheng 13,721 1.96
Nacionalista Ramon Veloso, Jr. 13,206 1.89
Independent Flora Santos 13,112 1.88
NPC Marcelino Vergel de Dios, Jr. 7,508 1.07
Liberal Mark Dominic Mallari 6,749 0.97
Independent Nestor Borromeo 3,825 0.55
Independent Roberto Abat 3,301 0.47
PMP Reynaldo Aguas 2,716 0.39
Independent Ramon Francisco de Guzman 1,848 0.26
Independent Fidel Leones 1,472 0.21
Total votes 143,688 100

District 2[edit]

City Council election at Quezon City's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Precious Hipolito-Castelo 209,510 11.42
Lakas-Kampi Alfred Vargas 202,370 11.03
Liberal Eden Delilah Medina 201,160 10.96
Liberal Julienne Alyson Rae Medalla 180,879 9.86
NPC Roderick Paulate 178,831 9.74
Liberal Godie Liban 138,568 7.55
Bagumbayan-VNP Felicano Valmocina 107,240 5.84
Liberal Enrico Serrano 64,269 3.50
PMP Antonio Francisco, Jr. 60,027 3.27
Independent Ara Mina (Hazel Reyes) 59,429 3.24
Independent Ranulfo Ludovica 57,656 3.14
Nacionalista Carlito Bernardino 48,455 2.64
Lakas-Kampi Glenda Yap (Glenda Garcia) 47,468 2.59
Independent Benjamin Aquino 35,845 1.95
Independent Reynaldo Miranda, Jr. 33,064 1.80
Independent Reginald Francisco 30,216 1.65
Independent Sotero Vargas 27,008 1.47
PMP Jose Arnel Quebal 23,344 1.27
NPC Gerald Jacob 18,367 1.00
NPC Nicanor John Reyes IV 13,458 0.73
Independent Alfredo Espinola II 7,752 0.42
Independent Wilfredo Galvez 7,263 0.40
PMP Cosme Soriano 6,697 0.36
Independent Honorio Gaviola 6,682 0.36
NPC Halil Mapandi 5,821 0.32
Independent Alberto Dela Cruz, Sr. 4,753 0.26
Independent Joseph Arias 4,470 0.24
Independent Alexander Arañez 4,119 0.22
Independent Samuel Rodriguez 4,116 0.22
Independent Angelito Aldiano 4,112 0.22
Independent Resty Perez 4,025 0.22
Independent Diamond Kalaw 3,921 0.21
Independent Hermie Bathaluna 3,690 0.20
PGRP Alexander Arciaga 3,677 0.20
Independent Henry Giron 3,353 0.18
Independent Elvis Vergil Magnaye 3,319 0.18
Independent Marianito Prieto 3,196 0.17
Independent Pastor Cayobit 3,100 0.17
Independent Edison Mijares 2,804 0.15
Independent Bernard Wilfred Sapitula 2,638 0.14
Independent Rolando Galura 2,626 0.14
Independent Esmeraldo Jose Balosa 2,541 0.14
Independent Domingo Pacis, Jr. 2,048 0.11
Independent Demetrio Sacueza 1,240 0.07
Total votes 374,892 100.00

District 3[edit]

City Council election at Quezon City's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Julian Coseteng 42,615 8.24
Liberal Allan Benedict Reyes 40,786 7.89
Liberal Jimmy Borres 39,657 7.67
Lakas-Kampi Don De Leon 37,308 7.22
Liberal Gian Sotto 34,948 6.76
Lakas-Kampi Pinggoy Lagumbay 31,106 6.02
Liberal Arlene De Guzman-Ronquillo 29,655 5.74
Lakas-Kampi Bert Nazal 25,047 4.84
PMP James Albert Dichaves 23,969 4.64
LDP Mike Planas 23,058 4.46
NPC Wendy Lim 22,455 4.34
NPC Mario De Guzman 21,277 4.12
Lakas-Kampi John Philip Lesaca 20,911 4.04
Lakas-Kampi Beda Torrecampo 19,755 3.82
Independent Jopet Inton 16,349 3.16
Independent Ogie Diaz (Roger Pandaan) 14,543 2.81
Lakas-Kampi Mike Gonzales 13,295 2.57
Independent Jaime Fabregas 12,777 2.47
NPC Totoy Carlos 11,910 2.30
Independent Juliet Ginete 8,921 1.73
Independent Elmer Maturan 5,870 1.14
NPC Regina Hernandez 4,002 0.77
NPC Gil Modesto 3,353 0.65
Independent Ambrocio Cañete 3,130 0.61
PMP Rodrigo Escober 2,590 0.50
Independent Tonton Rebulado 2,583 0.50
Independent Andoy Rosales 1,421 0.27
PGRP Tony Tamargo 1,161 0.22
PGRP Floro Villanueva 1,143 0.22
Independent Emmanuel Cabañez 800 0.15
Independent Alex Cachila 661 0.13
Total votes 105,534 100.00

District 4[edit]

City Council election at Quezon City's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Edcel Lagman, Jr. 89,242 12.35
Liberal Bong Suntay 88,365 12.23
Liberal Jessica Daza 79,634 11.02
Liberal Raquel Malangen 74,531 10.31
Liberal Vincent Belmonte 72,326 10.01
NPC Marvin Rillo 54,174 7.50
Liberal Bayani Hipol 51,231 7.09
Independent Suzette Bernardo 44,720 6.19
Nacionalista Edwin Rodriguez 23,990 3.32
NPC Inday Ong 22,113 3.06
Independent Joel Sison 19,217 2.66
Aksyon Laraine Sarmiento 17,095 2.37
Independent Jigo Garcia 14,927 2.07
Nacionalista Leo Ferrer 14,674 2.03
Aksyon Xyrus Lanot 7,032 0.97
PMP Nonoy De Guzman 6,447 0.89
Independent Angela Victoria Planas 5,250 0.73
Independent Ricky Davao (Frederick Dabao) 5,109 0.71
NPC Edgar Delfinado 4,260 0.59
Lakas-Kampi Raquel Bracero 4,205 0.58
Independent Ed Altuna 3,737 0.52
Independent Bobit Aquino 3,513 0.49
Independent Regina Celeste San Miguel 2,725 0.38
Independent Jay Ocampo 1,891 0.26
NPC Carl Amadeus Fider 1,817 0.25
NPC Teddy Borres 1,795 0.25
Independent Jun Lipnica 1,716 0.24
Independent James Ibañez 1,651 0.23
Independent Orlan Arellano 1,325 0.18
Lakas-Kampi Maria Isabel Lopez (Maria Isabel Yokohama) 1,306 0.18
Independent Jerrilyn Cruz 1,196 0.17
Independent Andy Moran 759 0.11
KBL Gerry Sabiniano 644 0.09
Total votes 145,663 100.00

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