Quezon City local elections, 2013

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Quezon City mayoral election, 2013

2010 ←
May 13, 2013 → 2016

 
Nominee Herbert Bautista John Charles Chang Henry Samonte
Party Liberal Independent Independent
Running mate Josefina Belmonte Rolando Jota
Popular vote 542,214 53,272 24,051
Percentage 77.85 7.65 3.45

Mayor before election

Herbert Bautista
Liberal

Elected Mayor

Herbert Bautista
Liberal

Local elections were held in Quezon City on May 13, 2013 within the Philippine general election. Registered voters of the city elected candidates for the following elective local posts: mayor, vice mayor, district representative, and six councilors at-large for each district.

Like in the previous election, Mayor Herbert Bautista and his running mate Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte of the Liberal Party garnered huge leads over their rivals. Candidates of the Liberal Party won all the congressional seats in the city.


Mayoral election results[edit]

Herbert Bautista is the incumbent. Romeo Acebedo was disqualified by the COMELEC for being a nuisance candidate.

Quezon City mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Herbert Bautista 542,214 77.85%
Independent John Charles Chang 53,272 7.65%
Independent Henry Samonte 24,051 3.45%
Margin of victory 488,942 70.20
Valid votes 619,537 88.95%
Invalid or blank votes 76,988 11.05%
Totals 696,525 100%
Liberal hold

Notes:

  • Chang is also affiliated with his local party Better QC and is belatedly nominated by the Ang Kapatiran; he is indicated as an independent on the ballot.

Vice Mayoral election results[edit]

Josefina Belmonte is the incumbent. Allan Bantilo and Fermin Idea were disqualified by the COMELEC for being nuisance candidates.

Quezon City vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Joy Belmonte 546,707 78.49%
Independent Rolando Jota 38,299 5.50%
Margin of victory 508,408 72.99
Valid votes 585,006 83.99%
Invalid or blank votes 111,519 16.01%
Totals 696,525 100%
Liberal hold

Notes:

  • Jota is also affiliated with the local party Better QC and is belatedly nominated by the Ang Kapatiran; he is indicated as an independent on the ballot.

House of Representative Elections[edit]

1st District[edit]

Incumbent Vincent "Bingbong" Crisologo is on his last term, having served as Representative of the 1st District from 2004-2013.; his wife Rita is his party's nominee. she was lost to councilor Francisco Calalay.

2013 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Francisco Calalay 62,226 47.70%
UNA Rita Crisologo 56,604 43.39%
Independent Gary Jamile 2,095 1.60%
Margin of victory 5,622 4.31%
Valid votes 120,925 92.70%
Invalid or blank votes 9,529 7.30%
Totals 130,454 100.00%
Liberal gain from UNA

2nd District[edit]

The second district of Quezon City was redistricted into three districts. The district that will continue to carry the "second district" name is the one surrounding the Batasang Pambansa Complex, immediately south of the La Mesa Dam watershed.

Winston Castelo, the incumbent 2nd district representative, is running here.

2013 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Winston Castelo 76,562 56.47%
Independent Ismael Mathay III 44,043 32.49%
Margin of victory 32,519 23.99%
Valid votes 120,605 88.96%
Invalid or blank votes 14,969 11.04%
Totals 135,574 100.00%
Liberal hold

3rd District[edit]

Jorge Banal, Jr. is the incumbent, his opponent is former congressman Matias Defensor, Jr.

2013 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jorge Banal, Jr. 48,822 52.05%
UNA Matias Defensor, Jr. 38,909 41.48%
Margin of victory 9,913 10.57%
Valid votes 87,731 93.54%
Invalid or blank votes 6,062 6.46%
Totals 93,793 %
Liberal hold

4th District[edit]

Feliciano Belmonte, Jr., the Speaker of the House of Representatives, is the incumbent.

2013 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Feliciano Belmonte, Jr. 93,888 76.64%
PMP Hans Palacios 9,447 7.71%
Margin of victory 84,441 68.93%
Valid votes 103,335 84.35%
Invalid or blank votes 19,167 15.65%
Totals 122,502 100.00%
Liberal hold

5th District[edit]

The 5th district comes from old 2nd district's northernmost area, comprising most of Novaliches.

Actor and councilor Alfred Vargas won against former congresswoman Mary Ann Susano and former Congressman Dante Liban.

2013 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 5th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Alfred Vargas 64,701 56.29%
KKK Mary Ann Susano 24,819 21.59%
UNA Dante Liban 10,563 9.19%
Aksyon Isagani Oro 4,495 3.91%
Margin of victory 39,882 34.70%
Valid votes 104,578 90.98%
Invalid or blank votes 10,369 9.02%
Totals 114,947 100.00%
Liberal win (new seat)

6th District[edit]

The 6th district comprises the old 2nd district's southernmost parts (Balintawak[disambiguation needed] and Tandang Sora areas). Lawyer Christopher "Kit" Belmonte, who ranked second to Winston Castelo in the 2010 polls), is running unopposed.

2013 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 6th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Christopher Belmonte 78,887 79.45%
Valid votes 78,887 79.45%
Invalid or blank votes 20,368 20.52%
Totals 99,255 100.00%
Liberal win (new seat)

City Council elections[edit]

Summary[edit]

Party Mayoral/vice
mayoral candidate
Total votes Total seats
Total  % Total  %
Liberal Herbert Bautista 1,768,381 53.78% 27 71.1%
UNA none 422,578 12.85% 2 5.3%
NPC none 192,412 5.85% 2 5.3%
PDP-Laban none 168,035 5.11% 1 2.6%
Nacionalista none 87,796 2.67% 1 2.6%
LDP none 47,342 1.44% 0 0.0%
KKK none 47,082 1.43% 0 0.0%
PMP none 45,680 1.39% 0 0.0%
PLM none 44,820 1.36% 0 0.0%
Makabayan none 17,112 0.52% 0 0.0%
Independent various 446,836 13.59% 3 7.9%
Total valid votes cast 3,288,074 N/A
Total turnout 696,525 100.00%
Total partisan seats 36 94.7%
Seat for Association of Barangay Captains President 1 2.6%
Seat for Association of Sangguniang Kabataan chairmen President 1 2.6%
Total non-partisan seats 2 5.3%
Total seats 38 100.0%

Candidates[edit]

District 1[edit]

City Council election at Quezon City's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Anthony "Onyx" Crisologo 82,326 13.31%
Liberal RJ Belmonte 75,327 12.18%
NPC Dorothy Delarmente 72,650 11.74%
Liberal Lena Marie Juico 67,472 10.91%
Liberal Victor Ferrer Jr. 65,805 10.64%
Liberal Alex Herrera 64,443 10.42%
UNA Von Yalong 41,550 6.72%
UNA Fermin Bilaos 38,289 6.19%
UNA Jennifer Calalay 37,393 6.04%
Liberal Linda Madrilejo 36,670 5.93%
UNA Junn Sta. Maria 21,215 3.43%
PDP-Laban Pao Fortuno 7,636 1.23%
Independent Sonny Argales 5,006 0.81%
Independent Nap Lipana 2,834 0.46%
Totals 130,454 100.00%

District 2[edit]

City Council election at Quezon City's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Precious Castelo 89,019 13.80%
Liberal Bong Liban 83,212 12.90%
Independent Roderick Paulate 74,432 11.54%
Liberal Ranulfo Ludovica 68,895 10.68%
Liberal Ramon Medalla 61,513 9.53%
Liberal Estrella Valmocina 57,080 8.85%
UNA Al Herrera Tolome 53,114 8.23%
NPC Olyn Therese Medina 48,433 7.51%
PDP-Laban Resty Malagen 32,343 5.01%
Independent Rosario Dadulo 20,939 3.25%
Independent Jose Gaviola 16,397 2.54%
UNA Cheekee Liban 13,720 2.13%
Independent Direk Tarca 6,882 1.07%
PMP Visaya Denosta 4,537 0.70%
PMP Joseph Arias 4,271 0.66%
Independent Boy Borja 2,730 0.42%
Independent Vicente Madero 2,419 0.37%
Independent Ginalyn Mozar 2,275 0.35%
Independent Napoleon Matabalan 1,613 0.25%
Independent Alex Lague 1,329 0.21%
Totals 135,574 100.00%

District 3[edit]

City Council election at Quezon City's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Allan Benedict Reyes 56,480 12.86%
Liberal Gian Sotto 53,260 12.12%
NPC Franz Pumaren 52,750 12.01%
Nacionalista Pinggoy Lagumbay 46,191 10.51%
PDP-Laban Don De Leon 45,691 10.40%
Liberal Jaime Borres 45,066 10.26%
Liberal Julian Coseteng 43,204 9.83%
UNA Dante De Guzman 34,697 7.90%
PMP Dominic Flores 26,729 6.08%
Independent Anthony Castelo 19,465 4.43%
PDP-Laban Baby Gaba 6,073 1.38%
Independent Baltazar Catbagan 4,910 1.12%
Independent Henry Cruz 2,498 0.57%
Makabayan Raymundo Carlos 2,329 0.53%
Totals 93,793 100.00%

District 4[edit]

City Council election at Quezon City's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Bong Suntay 74,184 13.09%
Liberal Marvin Rillo 70,290 12.41%
Liberal Vincent Belmonte 69,685 12.30%
Liberal Raquel Malangen 65,507 11.56%
Liberal Jessica Daza 63,499 11.21%
Liberal Bayani Hipol 48,231 8.51%
LDP Janet Malaya 47,342 8.36%
PLM Dante Josef Lagman 44,820 7.91%
Independent Ramon Mathay 35,942 6.26%
KKK Antonio Inton Jr. 27,413 4.84%
Independent Anthony Pacheo 8,811 1.56%
Independent James Ibanez 4,460 0.79%
Independent William Garcia 3,944 0.70%
Independent Felix Mopas 2,846 0.50%
Totals 122,502 100.00%

District 5[edit]

City Council election at Quezon City's 5th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Joe Visaya 61,223 11.28%
Liberal Aly Medalla 54,287 10.00%
Liberal Godie Liban 49,134 9.05%
UNA Anjo Yllana 45,570 8.39%
Liberal Allan Francisco 44,109 8.12%
Liberal Karl Edgar Castelo 42,749 7.87%
Liberal Eric Medina 36,480 6.72%
Liberal Lito Bernardino 30,920 5.69%
Independent Enrico Serrano 21,288 3.92%
NPC Ismael Mathay IV 18,579 3.42%
UNA Michelle Umali 18,564 3.42%
UNA Alice Herrera 15,131 2.79%
PDP-Laban Ann Tobias 12,844 2.37%
Independent Rey Miranda 12,761 2.35%
Makabayan Chona Rellosa 11,467 2.11%
Independent Jesus Dungca 9,588 1.77%
PDP-Laban Dok Go Go 9,367 1.73%
KKK Tintin Fider 8,785 1.62%
UNA Arnold Francisco 7,757 1.43%
PMP Baby Liban 6,020 1.11%
KKK Nilo Biglang-Awa 5,927 1.09%
UNA Aileen Papin 4,348 0.80%
PMP Jerwin Ejercito 4,123 0.76%
Independent Francis Camacho 2,778 0.51%
Independent Nicanor John Reyes IV 2,563 0.47%
Independent Dan Alvaro Galura 1,579 0.29%
Independent Roy Bustamante 1,447 0.27%
Independent Pepe Leguarda 977 0.18%
Independent Walter Jimenez 904 0.17%
Independent Susy Gaspar 866 0.16%
KKK Zeny Montellano 831 0.15%
Totals 114,947 100.00%

District 6[edit]

City Council election at Quezon City's 6th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Candy Medina 58,474 12.33%
Liberal Lala Sotto 56,309 11.87%
Liberal Marivic Co-Pilar 55,421 11.68%
Liberal Roger Juan 53,926 11.23%
Liberal Bobby Castelo 53,064 11.19%
Liberal Donny Matias 48,850 10.30%
Nacionalista Rhea Herrera 41,605 8.77%
PDP-Laban Ellen Aquino 25,411 5.36%
Independent Allan Robes 16,225 3.42%
PDP-Laban Reggie Planas 13,740 2.90%
PDP-Laban Andrew San Diego 12,830 2.70%
UNA Drew Liban 8,904 1.88%
Independent Heber Bartolome 8,738 1.84%
Independent Sotero Vargas 5,888 1.24%
KKK Robert Sombillo 4,126 0.87%
Makabayan Leon Peralta 3,316 0.70%
Independent Mico Lagman 2,743 0.58%
Independent Halil Mapandi 1,797 0.38%
Independent Ariel Uy 1,555 0.33%
PDP-Laban Bernard Sapitula 1,137 0.24%
PDP-Laban Fred Espinola 963 0.20%
Totals 99,255 100.00%

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