San Pablo local elections, 2013

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San Pablo mayoral election, 2013

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May 13, 2013
→ 2016

 
Nominee Loreto Amante Hizon Arago Angelo Adriano
Party UNA Liberal Independent
Running mate Angelita Yang Martin Ilagan Michael Anthony Potenciano
Popular vote 59,449 17,612 12,143
Percentage 61.06 18.09 12.47

 
Nominee Florante Aquino
Party PDP-Laban
Running mate Restituto Mendoza
Popular vote 8,162
Percentage 8.38

Mayor before election

Vicente B. Amante
Lakas-Kampi

Elected Mayor

Loreto Amante
UNA

Local elections was held in San Pablo City on May 13, 2013 within the Philippine general election. The voters elected for the elective local posts in the city: the mayor, vice mayor, and ten councilors.

Mayoral and vice mayoral election[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Vicente B. Amante is term limited. his party UNA nominate his son and city administrator Loreto Amante. his opponents are former mayor Florante Aquino from PDP-Laban, former vice mayor Hizon Arago, father of Congresswoman Maria Evita Arago from Liberal Party and City councilor Angelo Adriano as an independent candidate.

Incumbent vice-mayor Angelita Yang will run as a reelectionist under UNA, her opponents are Restituto Mendoza, PDP-Laban's nominee, Frederick Martin Ilagan from Liberal Party, Alejandro Yu from Nacionalista Party, Edwin Gapunay and Michael Anthony Potenciano both independent candidates.

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 and vice mayoral elections[edit]

San Pablo City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Loreto Amante 59,449 58.07%
Liberal Hizon Arago 17,612 17.20%
Independent Angelo Adriano 12,143 11.86%
PDP-Laban Florante Aquino 8,162 7.97%
Margin of victory 41,837 40.87
Invalid or blank votes 5,007 4.89%
Totals 102,373 100.00%
UNA gain from Lakas
San Pablo City vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Angelita Yang 39,039 38.13%
Liberal Frederick Martin Ilagan 18,500 18.07%
Nacionalista Alejandro Yu 18,443 18.02%
PDP-Laban Restiuto Mendoza 13,337 13.03%
Independent Michael Anthony Potenciano 4,376 4.27%
Independent Edwin Gapunay 373 0.36%
Margin of victory 20,539 20.06
Invalid or blank votes 8,305 8.11%
Totals 102,373 100.00%
UNA hold

City Council[edit]

Election in the city council is at large at 10 seats will be on the line.

San Pablo City Council election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Justin Colago 47,737 6.87%
UNA Edgar Adajar 46,122 6.64%
UNA Rondel Diaz 43,677 6.28%
Liberal Gali Galicia 41,745 6.01%
Nacionalista Jojo Biglete 41,323 5.95%
UNA Ed Dizon 38,532 5.54%
UNA Arnel Ticzon 36,588 5.26%
UNA Nap Calatabra 31,914 4.59%
Nacionalista LC Pavico 31,102 4.48%
Independent Fernando See 25,803 3.71%
UNA Daboy Ragador 25,713 3.70%
UNA Rico Albanio 24,080 3.46%
Liberal Larry Dizon 21,793 3.14%
Independent Restie Puntanar 21,655 3.12%
Liberal Lina Buencillo 19,556 2.81%
Liberal Anthony Yang 18,491 2.66%
Liberal Jimmy Ticzon 17,645 2.54%
UNA Abner Dionglay 17,449 2.51%
PDP-Laban Michael Cosico 14,795 2.13%
UNA Willy Degoriztiza 14,407 2.07%
PDP-Laban Paolo Jose Lopez 14,327 2.06%
Liberal Alvy Ortiz 12,142 1.75%
Independent Aldin Rubit 11,445 1.65%
PDP-Laban Pol Cortez 11,380 1.64%
Liberal Gilbert Tan 10,523 1.51%
Independent Menandro Avanzado 7,259 1.04%
PDP-Laban Vio Villaflor 7,154 1.03%
Independent Anneline Castillo 6,884 0.99%
Independent Armando Macalintal 5,791 0.83%
Independent Nestor Reyes, Jr. 5,675 0.82%
Independent Greg Mercado 4,871 0.70%
Independent Ding Uri 4,616 0.66%
Independent Kalbo Dumaraos 4,384 0.63%
PDP-Laban Jeffrey Cruz 4,297 0.62%
Independent Delon Tan 4,079 0.59%
Invalid or blank votes  %
Totals 102,373 100%