2019 Bulacan local elections

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Bulacan local elections, 2019
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Nominee Daniel Fernando Christian "Agila" Natividad Aguila Teddy Natividad
Party NUP PDP-Laban Lakas
Running mate Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado Anjo Mendoza N/A
Popular vote 706,026 405,614 159,102
Percentage 54.38 31.26 12.26

Governor before election

Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado
Liberal

Elected Governor

Daniel Fernando
NUP

Bulacan local elections were held on May 13, 2019 as part of the 2019 Philippine general election. Voters selected their candidates of choice for all local positions: a town mayor, vice mayor and town councilors, as well as members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, the vice-governor, governor and representatives for the four districts of Bulacan and the lone district of San Jose del Monte City.

Gubernatorial and Vice Gubernatorial election[edit]

List of certified candidates.

Governor[edit]

Incumbent Governor Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado is term-limited; he switched places with incumbent Vice-Governor Daniel Fernando who will now run as Governor. Fernando's opponents are incumbent Malolos mayor Christian Natividad and former councilor Teddy Natividad.

Bulacan Gubernatorial Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Daniel Fernando 706,903 54.38
PDP-Laban Agila Natividad 406,366 31.26
Lakas Aguila Teddy Natividad[1] 159,371 12.26
Independent Joel Coronel 8,401 0.65
Independent Kuya Jay Ocampo 5,919 0.46
Independent Ermalyn G. del Carmen 4,852 0.37
PMM Larry dela Merced 4,582 0.35
Independent Kaka Balite 3,596 0.28
Total votes 1,299,990 100
NUP hold

Vice Governor[edit]

Incumbent Vice-Governor Daniel Fernando is term-limited; he switched places with incumbent Governor Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado who will now run as Vice-Governor. Asiong Mendiola, the running mate of Teddy Natividad, withdrew his candidacy.[2] Sy-Alvarado's opponents are Nelson dela Merced and incumbent Bocaue councilor Anjo Mendoza, the son of both former Bulacan governors Josefina dela Cruz and Joselito Mendoza.

Bulacan Vice gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado 812,859 64.49
PDP-Laban Anjo Mendoza 426,006 33.8
Independent Nelson dela Merced 21,668 1.72
Total votes 1,260,533 100
NUP hold

Congressional elections[edit]

1st District[edit]

Incumbent Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado is running for his second term.

2019 Philippine House of Representatives election in Bulacan 1st District
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Kuya Jose AR. Sy-Alvarado 205,400 74.56
PDP-Laban Sander Tantoco 59,582 21.63
Lakas Sanbon Tantoco 10,504 3.81
Total votes 275,486 100
NUP hold

2nd District[edit]

Incumbent Gavini "Apol" Pancho is running for his third term.

2019 Philippine House of Representatives election in Bulacan 2nd District
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Apol Pancho 287,118 93.16
Independent Jimmy Villafuerte 11,900 3.86
Independent Raffy Avila 9,178 2.98
Total votes 308,196 100
NUP hold

3rd District[edit]

Incumbent Lorna C. Silverio is running for her second term. She will face former Governor and 3rd District Representative Joselito Andrew Mendoza and her late husband's son Ricardo S. Silverio, Jr.

2019 Philippine House of Representatives election in Bulacan 3rd District
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Lorna Silverio 135,830 51.41
PDP-Laban Jonjon Mendoza 103,505 39.3
PMP Ricardo Silverio Jr. 22,630 8.59
Independent Allan Villena 1,374 0.52
Total votes 263,339 100
NUP hold

4th District[edit]

Incumbent Linabelle Ruth Villarica is term-limited; she will run as City Mayor of Meycauayan instead. Her husband, incumbent Meycauayan City Mayor Henry Villarica will run unopposed for her seat.

2019 Philippine House of Representatives election in Bulacan 4th District.
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Atorni Henry Villarica 191,992 100
Total votes 191,992 100
PDP-Laban hold

San Jose del Monte[edit]

Incumbent Florida Robes is running for her second term, and won against incumbent councilor Irene del Rosario with a margin of 10,896 votes (6.52%).

2019 Philippine House of Representatives election in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan Lone District
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Rida Robes 89,031 53.26
NUP Irene del Rosario 78,135 46.74
Total votes 167,166 100
PDP-Laban hold

Sangguniang Panlalawigan Elections[edit]

All 4 Districts of Bulacan will elect Sangguniang Panlalawigan or provincial board members. The first (including Malolos) and fourth (including San Jose del Monte) districts sends three board members each, while the second and third districts sends two board members each. Election is via plurality-at-large voting; a voter can vote up to the maximum number of board members his district is sending.

1st District[edit]

Incumbent Board Members Ayee Ople and Toti Ople were term-limited; Incumbent Board Member Allan Andan is running for his second term.

2019 Provincial Board Election in 1st District of Bulacan
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Allan Andan 159,446 25
NUP Mina Fermin 129,750 20.34
NUP Jong Ople 121,769 19.09
PDP-Laban Troi Aldaba 83,729 13.13
PDP-Laban Zacarias Candelaria 76,966 12.07
NUP Chris Baluyot 66,059 10.36
Total votes 637,749 100

2nd District[edit]

Incumbent Board Member Buko dela Cruz is term-limited and will be replaced by his sister and Incumbent Baliuag councilor Pechay; incumbent Board Member Baby Monet Posadas will be replaced by her husband, former Senior Board Member Monet Posadas.

2019 Provincial Board Election in 2nd District of Bulacan
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Pechay dela Cruz 180,439 42.29
NUP Atty. Monet Posadas 146,531 34.29
PDP-Laban Bobby Jose 81,086 18.98
PDP-Laban Tony Deborja 19,234 4.5
Total votes 427,290 100

3rd District[edit]

Incumbent Board Member Nono Castro is term-limited, his brother Romeo Castro will run in his place; incumbent Board Member Emily Viceo is running for her second term.

2019 Provincial Board Election in 3rd District of Bulacan
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP RC Nono Castro 94,059 24.81
NUP Emily Viceo 93,563 24.68
PDP-Laban Aye Mariano 92,893 24.5
PDP-Laban Tantan Cruz 65,978 17.4
PFP Derek Salvador 32,625 8.61
Total votes 379,118 100

4th District[edit]

Incumbent Lita delos Santos will not run for reelection, her nephew, former Board Member Jon-jon will run for her seat; incumbent Board Members Alex Castro and Allan Ray Baluyut are running for their second and third terms, respectively.

2019 Provincial Board Election in 4th District of Bulacan
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Jon-jon delos Santos 215,374 23.4
NUP Alex Castro 209,800 22.75
NUP Allan Ray Baluyut 149,498 16.21
PDP-Laban Froilan Caguiat 136,229 14.77
NUP BJ Bartolome 113,208 12.28
PDP-Laban Mir Samera 97,807 10.61
Total votes 922,096 100

City and Municipal Elections[edit]

All cities and municipalities of Bulacan also elected their new mayor and vice-mayor in this election. The candidates for mayor and vice mayor with the highest number of votes won the respective seats; they were voted separately, and may therefore have derived from different parties. Below is the list of mayoralty candidates of each city and municipalities per district.

First district[edit]

Malolos City[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Christian Natividad is term-limited and he will be running for Governor. Gatchalian won with a margin of 4,545 votes (4.85%).[3]

Malolos City mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Bebong Gatchalian 49,072 52.42
HNP Didis Domingo 44,527 47.57
Total votes 93,599 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Gilbert "Bebong" Gatchalian is term-limited and he will be running for Mayor. His running mate, incumbent Councilor Noel "Len" Pineda, will face the incumbent Board Member Ayee Ople, for Vice Mayor. Pineda won with a percentage of 39.42% against Bautista's 30.32% and Ople's 29.80%.[3]

Malolos City Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Len Pineda 35,564 39.42
Independent Toots Bautista 27,356 30.32
HNP Ayee Ople 26,866 29.80
Independent Henry Capela 401 0.44
Total votes 90,207 100%
PDP-Laban hold

Bulakan[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Patrick Neil Meneses is term-limited, and is running for Vice Mayor. His brother, incumbent Councilor Piccolo is running for Mayor. Piccolo's opponent is former PBA player and JRU Heavy Bombers head coach Vergel Meneses. Vergel won with a margin of 6,993 votes (17.51%).[4]

Bulakan mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Vergel Meneses 23,469 58.75
NUP Piccolo Meneses 16,476 41.24
Total votes 39,945 100
PDP-Laban gain from NUP

Incumbent Vice Mayor Alberto "Berting" Bituin is term-limited, and is running for councilor. Meneses won with a margin of only 39 votes (0.1%).[4]

Bulakan Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Patrick Neil Meneses 19,594 50.04
PDP-Laban Marian Ramos 19,555 49.95
Total votes 39,149 100
NUP hold

Calumpit[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Jessie de Jesus is running for his third term unopposed.

Calumpit mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Jessie de Jesus 37,102 100
Total votes 37,102 100
NUP hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Zar Candelaria is term-limited, and is running for Board Member under PDP-Laban. The protagonists for Vice Mayor are the incumbent Councilors Thelma Antonio-Dansalan and Victor "Aboy" de Belen.

Calumpit Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Aboy de Belen 28,991 58.69
NUP Thelma Dansalan 20,407 41.37
Total votes 49,398 100
Independent gain from NUP

Hagonoy[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Raulito "Amboy" Manlapaz is running for his third and final term.

Hagonoy mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Amboy Manlapaz 22,627 37.99
NUP Ate Charo Sy-Alvarado 22,281 37.41
PFP Jhane dela Cruz 14,652 24.6
Total votes 59,560 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Pedro Santos is running for reelection.

Hagonoy Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Angelboy Cruz 35,094 63.5
NUP Vice Kap Santos 20,168 36.5
Total votes 55,262 100
Independent gain from NUP

Paombong[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Mary Ann Marcos is running for her second term. Her opponent is former Mayor Isagani Castro.

Paombong mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Ann Marcos 14,913 55.13
NUP Gani Castro 12,138 44.87
Total votes 27,051 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Cristina Gonzales is running for reelection.

Paombong Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Maria Cristina Gonzales 17,715 66.16
PDP-Laban Edgardo Cabantog 9,063 33.84
Total votes 26,778 100
NUP hold

Pulilan[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Maritz Ochoa-Montejo is running for her second term unopposed.

Pulilan mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Maritz Montejo 29,400 100
Total votes 29,400 100
Nacionalista hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Ricardo "Rec" Candido is running for his second term against incumbent Councilor Enoc "Jayjay" Santos.

Pulilan Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Rec Candido 24,563 53.56
PDP-Laban Jayjay Santos 21,295 46.44
Total votes 45,858 100
Lakas hold

Second district[edit]

Balagtas[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Eladio "JR" Gonzales is running for his second term.

Balagtas mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban JR Gonzales 22,170 62.97
PMM Reynaldo Samaniego 13,039 37.03
Total votes 35,209 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Alberto "Bobby" Carating is running for his second term.

Balagtas Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Ariel Valderama 17,191 48.7
Independent Alberto Carating II 15,366 43.53
Independent Ferdinand Ramos 2,745 7.78
Total votes 35,302 100
PDP-Laban gain from Independent

Baliuag[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Ferdinand Estrella is running for his second term against former Mayor Carolina Dellosa.

Baliuag mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Ferdie Estrella 50,910 63.7
NUP Carolina Dellosa 29,010 36.3
Total votes 79,920 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Christopher Clemente is running for reelection.

Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Cris Clemente 42,416 54.8
PDP-Laban Joel Pascual 23,725 30.65
Independent Cecile Quimpo 11,258 14.55
Total votes 77,399 100
NUP hold

Bocaue[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Eleanor "Joni" Villanueva-Tugna is running for her second term against former Provincial Administrator Jim Valerio.

Bocaue mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Joni Villanueva 32,083 58.86
NUP Kuya Jim Valerio 22,422 41.14
Total votes 54,505 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Aldrin Sta. Ana is running for Councilor. Mayor Villanueva's running mate is the incumbent Councilor Noriel German which will be up against former Vice Mayor Jose Santiago, Jr.

Bocaue Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP JJS Jonjon Santiago 30,084 56.42
PDP-Laban "Supergerman" German 23,237 43.58
Total votes 53,321 100
NUP gain from PDP-Laban

Bustos[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Arnel Mendoza is term-limited and is running for Vice Mayor.

Bustos mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Iskul Juan 10,968 32.54
NPC Freddie Bermudez 10,423 30.92
NUP Ading Leoncio 10,421 30.91
PFP Ed Cunanan 1,898 5.63
Total votes 33,710 100
PDP-Laban gain from NUP

Incumbent Vice Mayor Ading Leoncio is running for Mayor. Incumbent Mayor Arnel Mendoza will be up against former Vice Mayor Loida Rivera and incumbent Councilor Romulo Lazaro.

Bustos Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Arnel Mendoza 16,399 49.74
NPC Loida Rivera 11,954 36.26
PDP-Laban Mulong Lazaro 4,619 14.01
Total votes 32,972 100
NUP hold

Guiguinto[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Ambrosio "Boy" Cruz is running for his third and final term. His opponent is incumbent Vice Mayor Banjo Estrella.

Guiguinto mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Ambrosio Boy Cruz 33,139 64.08
PDP-Laban Banjo Estrella 18,577 35.92
Total votes 51,716 100
NUP hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Banjo Estrella is running for Mayor. The protagonists for Vice Mayor are the incumbent Councilors JJ Santos and Ricky Jose

Guiguinto Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP JJ Santos 30,958 63.96
PDP-Laban Ricky Jose 17,445 36.04
Total votes 48,403 100
NUP hold

Pandi[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Tinoy Marquez is running for his second term. Among his opponents is former Mayor Rico Roque.

Pandi mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Rico Roque 27,609 56.94
PDP-Laban Tinoy Marquez 19,917 41.07
PFP Rodelio Marquez 585 1.21
PMP Basilio de Mesa 380 0.78
Total votes 48,491 100
NUP gain from PDP-Laban

Incumbent Vice Mayor Noel Roxas is running for reelection.

Pandi Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Lui Sebastian 26,164 56.5
PDP-Laban Noel Roxas 18,054 38.99
PMP Romulo Fajardo 1,075 2.32
PFP Arden Roxas 1,014 2.19
Total votes 46,307 100
NUP gain from PDP-Laban

Plaridel[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Jocell Vistan-Casaje is being replaced by her mother, former Mayor Anastacia "Tessie" Vistan, which will run unopposed.

Plaridel mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Tessie Vistan 40,608 100
Total votes 40,608 100
NUP hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Imelda "Mhel" Gatdula-de Leon is running for reelection.

Plaridel Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Mhel de Leon 40,610 100
Total votes 40,610 100
NUP hold

Third district[edit]

Angat[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Leonardo de Leon is running for his third and final term.

Angat mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Narding de Leon 19,607 66.56
NUP Lito Vergel de Dios 9,851 33.44
Total votes 29,458 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Gilberto "Reggie" Santos is running for his second term against former Vice Mayor Reynante "Jowar" Bautista.

Angat Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Jowar Bautista 17,825 61.64
PDP-Laban Reggie Santos 11,091 38.36
Total votes 28,916 100
NUP gain from PDP-Laban

Doña Remedios Trinidad[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Ronaldo Flores is term-limited, and is running for Vice Mayor; his wife Marita is running for Mayor.

Dona Remedios Trinidad mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Marie Flores 11,307 68.78
Nacionalista Evelyn Paulino 5,062 30.79
Independent Montano San Pedro 71 0.43
Total votes 16,440 100
NUP hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Larry Cruz is running for reelection.

Dona Remedios Trinidad Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP RTF Flores 11,627 71.8
Nacionalista Jumong Piadozo 3,903 24.1
Independent Larry Cruz 664 4.1
Total votes 16,194 100
NUP gain from Independent

Norzagaray[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Geronimo "Ade" Cristobal is running for his full term as Mayor. He was the elected Vice Mayor in 2016 and then was elevated to Mayor following the suspension of the previous Mayor Alfredo Germar, which is also running again for Mayor, along with another former Mayor Matilde Legaspi.

Norzagaray mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Fred Germar 26,984 52.12
PMP Matilde Legaspi 12,347 23.85
NUP Ade Cristobal 12,272 23.7
Independent Joe Tulop 173 0.33
Total votes 51,776 100
PDP-Laban gain from NUP

Incumbent Vice Mayor Rogelio "Boyet" Santos is running for his full term as Vice Mayor, previously elected as the top Municipal Councilor in 2016.

Norzagaray Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Boyet Santos 20,166 40.27
NUP Junjun Saplala 16,931 33.81
PMP JJ Ople 12,564 25.09
Independent Merto Sarmiento 412 0.82
Total votes 50,073 100
PDP-Laban hold

San Ildefonso[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Carla Galvez-Tan is running for her second term after she was suspended for 9 months on 29 August 2018. She will be up against her cousin and former Mayor Gerald.

San Ildefonso mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Carla Galvez 31,934 53.32
NUP Mike Lipana 23,847 39.82
UNA Gerald Galvez 4,111 6.86
Total votes 59,892 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor and Acting Mayor Luis Sarrondo is running for his second term. He will be up against the incumbent Councilor and Acting Vice Mayor Zander Galvez and another incumbent Councilor Rocky Sarmiento.

San Ildefonso Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Rocky Sarmiento 27,889 48.98
NUP Luis Sarrondo 15,804 27.75
UNA Zander Galvez 13,252 23.27
Total votes 56,955 100
PDP-Laban gain from NUP

San Miguel[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Marivee Mendez-Coronel is running for her second term and she will be up against former Mayor Roderick Tiongson and Mayoralty Aspirant Atty. Jose Francisco S. Cabochan.

San Miguel, Bulacan Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Roderick Tiongson 29,883 39.76
NUP Ivy Mendez Coronel 27,534 36.63
PDP-Laban Jiboy Cabochan 17,746 23.61
Total votes 75,163 100%
UNA gain from NUP

Incumbent Vice Mayor John "Bong" Alvarez is running for his second term.

San Miguel, Bulacan Vice Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Bong Alvarez 37,953 54.21
NUP Mimio Dizon 24,916 35.59
UNA Miguelito Dela Cruz 7,146 10.21
Total votes 70,015 100%
PDP-Laban hold

San Rafael[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Cipriano "Goto" Violago is running for his third and final term.

San Rafael mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Goto Violago 36,508 76.56
PMP Gen Frank Villaroman 11,180 23.44
Total votes 47,688 100
Lakas hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Edison Veneracion is running for reelection.

San Rafael Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Edison Veneracion 36,112 75.46
PMP Col Ramir Viola 11,742 24.54
Total votes 47,854 100
Lakas hold

Fourth district[edit]

Meycauayan City[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Henry Villarica is running for Congressman of 4th district; his wife, Deputy Speaker and Congresswoman Linabelle Villarica will be running for Mayor.

Meycauayan City mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Linabelle Villarica 44,744 52.28
Independent Klaus Meine Ryan Cayanan 40,848 47.72
Total votes 85,592 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Rafael "Jojo" Manzano is term-limited, his party nominates incumbent Councilor Jojie Violago and will run unopposed.

Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Jojie Violago 66,971 100
Total votes 66,971 100
PDP-Laban hold

Marilao[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Juanito "Tito" Santiago is not seeking reelection, and his party nominates Former ABC President Ricky Silvestre.

Marilao mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Ricky Silvestre 33,301 49.28
NUP Atty. Jem Sy 31,419 46.5
Independent Andre Santos 2,297 3.4
Independent Jojo Atienza 377 0.56
PFP JM-Jun Montaos 180 0.27
Total votes 67,574 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Henry Lutao is running for his second term.

Marilao Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Henry Lutao 39,943 60.76
NUP Romell Pabale 24,992 38.02
PFP Zaldy Marcelo 802 1.22
Total votes 65,737 100
PDP-Laban hold

Obando[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Edwin Santos is running for his third and final term against incumbent Councilor Artus Sayao.

Obando mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Edwin Santos 13,548 53.33
NUP Artus Sayao 11,855 46.67
Total votes 25,403 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Arvin dela Cruz is running for his second term against former Vice Mayor Danilo de Ocampo.

Obando Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Kuya Arvin dela Cruz 13,475 53.88
PDP-Laban DDO de Ocampo 11,535 46.12
Total votes 25,010 100
NUP hold

Santa Maria[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Russell Pleyto is running for his second term against former Mayors Bartolome "Omeng" Ramos and Jesus "Ato" Mateo.

Santa Maria mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Yoyoy Pleyto 41,872 41.88
NUP Omeng Ramos 38,812 38.82
PFP Jesus Mateo 19,305 19.31
Total votes 99,989 100
PDP-Laban hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Ricky Buenaventura is running for his second term against incumbent Councilor Nelson Luciano.

Santa Maria Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Ricky Buenaventura 55,944 59.16
NUP Nelson Luciano 38,623 40.84
Total votes 94,567 100
PDP-Laban hold

San Jose del Monte City[edit]

Incumbent Mayor Arthur Robes is running for his second term against former City Mayor Reynaldo San Pedro.

San Jose del Monte City mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
AR Arthur Robes 98,808 57.05
PFP Reynaldo San Pedro 74,402 42.95
Total votes 173,210 100
AR hold

Incumbent Vice Mayor Efren Bartolome Jr. is running for his second term unopposed.

San Jose del Monte City Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
AR Efren Bartolome Jr. 143,478 100
Total votes 143,478 100
AR hold

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carmel Reyes Esterope (December 3, 2018). "Brother vs brother for Bulacan governor". Inquirer.net. Retrieved January 19, 2019.
  2. ^ "OFFICIAL BALLOT May 13, 2019 National and Local Elections ABANGAN NORTE, MARILAO, BULACAN" (PDF). Commission of Elections. Retrieved March 10, 2019.
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