Cavite local elections, 2013

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Cavite Gubernatorial Election, 2013

2010 ←
May 13, 2013 (2013-05-13) → 2016

 
Nominee Juanito Victor Remulla, Jr. Erineo Maliksi
Party Lakas Liberal
Running mate Jolo Revilla Ronald Jay Lacson
Popular vote 458,434 402,146
Percentage 53.27 46.73
This is a summary. See the complete results below.

Governor before election

Juanito Victor Remulla, Jr.
Lakas

Elected Governor

Juanito Victor Remulla, Jr.
Lakas

Local elections were held in the Province of Cavite on May 13, 2013 within the Philippine general election. Voters selected candidates for all local positions: a mayor, vice mayor, councilors, members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, the vice-governor, governor and representatives for the seven districts of Cavite.

Incumbent Juanito Victor C. Remulla of the Nacionalista Party,[1] Lakas-CMD and the local party Partido Magdalo ran for a second term and defeated 3rd District Representative Ayong Maliksi, his gubernatorial predecessor.

Remulla and Maliksi's running mates are both sons of incumbent senators. Remulla ran with actor and Liga ng mga Barangay (League of Barangays) Provincial Chapter President Jolo Revilla of Lakas-CMD, son of senator Bong Revilla, while Ronald Jay Lacson, son of outgoing senator Panfilo Lacson, ran with Maliksi. Revilla went on to defeat Lacson by a comfortable margin.

Opinion polling[edit]

Gubernatorial election[edit]

Poll source Date(s) conducted Sample
size
Margin of
error
Maliksi Remulla
StratPOLLS[2] 57.9% 42.2%
StratPOLLS[3] April 13–17 1,000 ±3.5% 54.9% 44.7%
StratPOLLS[4] March 15–19 1,000 ±3.5% 57.2% 42.7%

According to a survey conducted on 1,300 respondents by the Laylo Research Strategies (LRS) on April 14–21, Remulla led Maliksi by 14%[5] or about 148,000 votes. The exact percentage of the respondents who will vote for the candidates was not shown.[6]

Vice gubernatorial election[edit]

Poll source Date(s) conducted Sample
size
Margin of
error
Cantimbuhan Lacson Revilla
StratPOLLS[4] March 15–19 1,000 ±3.5% 38.2% 52.1%

Provincial elections[edit]

The candidates for governor and vice governor with the highest amount of votes wins the seat; they are voted separately, therefore, they may be of different parties when elected.

Gubernatorial election[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Juanito Victor C. Remulla is the incumbent. Although he ran under the Alyansang Lakas at Magdalo (Alliance of Lakas and Magdalo), which was dominated by Lakas-CMD candidates, he was still a member of the Nacionalista Party, which was affiliated with the Liberal coalition to which Maliksi belonged.

Cavite gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Juanito Victor C. Remulla 458,434 53.27
Liberal Erineo Maliksi 402,146 46.73
Total votes 860,580 100
Lakas hold

Vice-gubernatorial election[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Incumbent Recto Cantimbuhan, who was replaced as the Liberal Party's candidate by Lacson, ran as Independent.

Cavite Vice-Gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Jolo Revilla 449,849 54.67
Liberal Ronald Jay Lacson 263,511 32.03
Independent Recto Cantimbuhan 109,418 13.30
Total votes 822,738 100
Lakas gain from Independent

Congressional elections[edit]

Each of Cavite's seven legislative districts elected a representative to the House of Representatives.

1st District[edit]

The seat was vacated when Joseph Emilio Abaya was appointed as DOTC Secretary. His brother Francis "Blue" Abaya is his party's nominee for the seat. He ran against former Kawit Mayor Federico "Hit" Poblete of the Nacionalista Party. Director Joel Lamangan, who was going to run under the local party Partido Magdalo, withdrew his candidacy.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cavite's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Francis Gerald Abaya 81,724 76.58
Nacionalista Federico Poblete 24,994 23.42
Valid votes  %
Invalid or blank votes  %
Total votes 106,718 100%
Liberal hold

2nd District (Bacoor City)[edit]

Lani Mercado-Revilla is the incumbent. She faced off against former Bacoor Mayor Jessie Castillo.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cavite's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Lani Mercado-Revilla ' '
Liberal Jessie Castillo
Independent Gerbie Ber Ado
Invalid or blank votes  %
Total votes ' '
Lakas hold

3rd District (Imus City)[edit]

Incumbent Ayong Maliksi ran for Governor. Former Board Member Alex Advincula is his party's nominee for the seat.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cavite's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Alex Advincula 50,775 66.89
Lakas Albert Villasecca 25,626 33.25
Independent Eleazar Salon 664 0.86
Valid votes  %
Invalid or blank votes  %
Total votes 77,065 100%
Liberal hold

4th District (Dasmariñas City)[edit]

Elpidio Barzaga, Jr. is the incumbent and was also nominated by the Liberal Party.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cavite's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Elpidio Barzaga, Jr. 121,908 87.70
Lakas Miguel Ilano 17,091 12.30
Valid votes  %
Invalid or blank votes  %
Total votes 138,999 100
NUP hold

5th District[edit]

Roy Loyola is the incumbent and ran unopposed, his opponent Silang Mayor Carlito Poblete (Lakas) did not run.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cavite's 5th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Roy Loyola 105,253 100
Valid votes  %
Invalid or blank votes  %
Total votes 105,523 100
Liberal hold

6th District[edit]

Incumbent Antonio Ferrer ran for Mayor of General Trias, Cavite; his brother, incumbent General Trias, Cavite mayor Luis Ferrer IV is the party's nominee for the seat, he is also nominated by their old party, Lakas CMD. He squared off against former vice governor Dencito Campaña.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cavite's 6th district
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Luis Ferrer IV 96,998 67.59
Liberal Dencito Campaña 46,506 37.41
Valid votes  %
Invalid or blank votes  %
Total votes 143,504 100
NUP hold

7th District[edit]

Jesus Crispin Remulla is in his third consecutive term and is ineligible to run; his brother, former representative Gilbert Remulla is his party's nominee for the seat, and also nominated by Lakas. Remulla squared off against Tagaytay mayor Abraham Tolentino.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cavite's 7th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Abraham Tolentino 78,852 53.84
Nacionalista Gilbert Remulla 65,837 44.96
Independent Norman Versoza 1,328 0.91
Independent Pedro Lopez 432 0.29
Valid votes  %
Invalid or blank votes  %
Total votes 146,449 100
Liberal gain from Nacionalista

Provincial Board elections[edit]

All 7 Districts of Cavite elected Sangguniang Panlalawigan or provincial board members. The first two candidates who obtained the highest number of votes were elected. Names in italics denote the incumbents.

1st District[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Cavite 1st District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Dino Carlo Chua 54,800 29.34
Lakas Ryan Enriquez 50,790 27.20
Liberal Alvin Bunag 31,062 16.63
Independent Antonio Luna, Jr. 25,808 13.82
Liberal Edwin Ramirez 20,804 11.14
Independent Jose Virata 3,495 1.87
Total votes 186,759 100

2nd District (Bacoor City)[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Cavite 2nd District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jedidah Del Rosario
Lakas Edralin Gawaran
Liberal Gertrudes Ocampo
Lakas Rolando Remulla
Total votes ' '

3rd District (Imus City)[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Cavite 3rd District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Arnel Cantimbuhan 46,557 36.17
Liberal Larry Boy Nato 45,761 35.55
Nacionalista Anthony Astillero 17,401 13.52
Nacionalista Rodrigo Camia, Jr. 17,134 13.31
Independent Lucius Minaldo 1,872 1.45
Total votes 128,725 100

4th District (Dasmariñas City)[edit]

Incumbents Teofilo Lara and Raul Rex Mangubat ran unopposed. Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Cavite 4th District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Teofilo Lara 92,228 50.94
NUP Raul Rex Mangubat 88,820 49.06
Total votes 181,048 100

5th District[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Cavite 5th District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Aristides Jose Virgilio Velasco ' '
Lakas Marcos Amutan ' '
Lakas Ivee Jayne Reyes
Liberal Alberto Alvarez
Independent Renato Gadiola
Total votes ' '

6th District[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Cavite 6th District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Hermogenes Arayata III 66,985 28.06
Lakas Felix Grepo 64,967 27.22
NUP Archangelo Matro 46,711 19.57
Liberal Remegio Dilag 43,567 18.25
Independent Mayrine Leachon 8,791 3.68
Independent Teodora Bacolod 7,693 3.22
Total votes 238,714 100

7th District[edit]

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.

Cavite 7th District Sangguniang Panlalawigan election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Eileen Beratio ' '
Nacionalista Irene Bencito
Liberal Reyniel Ambion
Nacionalista Raquel Nuestro Quiambao
DPP Arnolfo Colaban
Total votes ' '

City and municipal elections[edit]

All cities and municipalities of Cavite elected a mayor and vice-mayor this election. 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. Below is the list of mayoralty and vice-mayoralty candidates of each city and municipalities per district. Names in italics denote the incumbents.

1st District[edit]

Cavite City[edit]

Cavite City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Bernardo Paredes 21,234 52.15
Liberal Lino Antonio Barron 12,787 31.40
UNA Romeo Ramos 6,698 16.45
Total votes 40,719 100
Lakas gain from UNA
Cavite City vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Percilito Consigo 22,449 58.56
Liberal Edmund Tirona 15,890 41.45
Total votes 38,339 100
Lakas gain from Liberal

Kawit[edit]

Kawit mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Reynaldo Aguinaldo 13,826 52.64
Lakas Gilbert Gandia 12,441 47.36
Total votes 26,267 100
Liberal hold
Kawit vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Paul Plaridel Abaya, Jr. 13,908 54.60
Lakas Medel Caimol 11,566 45.40
Total votes 25,474 100
Liberal gain from Lakas

Noveleta[edit]

Noveleta mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Enrico Alvarez 11,893 100
Total votes 11,893 100
Nacionalista hold
Noveleta vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Eric Garcia 5,566 38.94
Liberal Claro Jordan Santamaria 5,054 35.36
Independent Arlynn Torres 3,674 25.70
Total votes 14,294 100
Nacionalista hold

Rosario[edit]

Rosario mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Jose Ricafrente, Jr. 28,832 100
Total votes 28,832 100
Lakas hold
Rosario vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Jose Voltaire Ricafrente 27,817 100
Total votes 27,817 100
Lakas hold

2nd District[edit]

Bacoor City[edit]

Bacoor City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Strike Revilla 119,394 '
Liberal Ramon Guinto
Independent Fidel Abaya
Total votes ' '
Lakas hold
Bacoor City vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Catherine Evaristo 80,388 '
Liberal Edwin Malvar
Independent Jaime Malvar
Total votes ' '
Lakas gain from UNA

3rd District[edit]

Imus City[edit]

Imus City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Emmanuel Maliksi 42,000 51.35
Nacionalista Homer Saquilayan 39,794 48.87
Total votes 81,794 100
Liberal hold
Imus City vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Armando Ilano 47,561 61.48
Nacionalista Patrizenette Villena 29,794 38.52
Total votes 77,355 100
Liberal hold

4th District[edit]

Dasmariñas City[edit]

Dasmariñas City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Jennifer Barzaga 116,413 81.96
Lakas Gavino Mercado 24,403 17.18
Independent Ma. Lourdes Garcia 1,220 0.86
Total votes 142,036 100
NUP hold
Dasmariñas City vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Valeriano Encabo 96,517 76.66
Lakas Antonio "Damo" Ferrer 34,153 26.01
Total votes 131,030 100
NUP hold

5th District[edit]

Carmona[edit]

Carmona mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Dahlia Loyola 23,127 89.47
Lakas Jose Carpio 2,723 10.53
Total votes 25,850 100
Liberal hold
Carmona vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Elmer Reyes 21,016 85.82
Lakas Charlie Martinez 3,472 14.18
Total votes 24,488 100
Liberal hold

General Mariano Alvarez[edit]

General Mariano Alvarez mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Walter Echevarria, Jr. 16,917 47.05
Lakas Leonisa Joanna Virata 9,558 26.58
PLM Bongbong Sevilla 4,920 13.72
UNA Rolando Alvaran 4,388 12.20
Independent Arnel Mendoza 174 0.48
Total votes 35,857 100
Liberal gain from Lakas
General Mariano Alvarez vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Percival Cabuhat 21,826 64.38
Lakas Renante Tuatis 10,295 30.37
UNA Renato Avendaño 1,781 5.25
Total votes 33,902 100
Liberal hold

Silang[edit]

Silang mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Emilia Lourdes Poblete 27,055 42.75
Liberal Armando De Castro 22,267 35.18
UNA Herminigildo Linaja 11,509 18.18
Independent Ruben Madlansacay 2,980 4.71
Independent Pablito Angcaya 112 0.18
Total votes 63,293 100
Lakas hold
Silang vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Rosalie Loyola 30,964 52.66
Lakas Ferdinand Belamide 27,836 47.34
Total votes 58,800 100
Liberal gain from UNA

6th District[edit]

Trece Martires City[edit]

Trece Martires City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Melandres De Sagun 23,695 100
Total votes 23,695 100
UNA hold
Trece Martires City vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Alexander Lubigan 23,695 100
Total votes 23,695 100
UNA hold

Amadeo[edit]

Amadeo mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Benjarde Villanueva 6,639 48.56
Liberal Albert Ambagan 6,141 44.92
Independent Augusto Bebe, Jr. 891 6.52
Total votes 13,671 100
Lakas hold
Amadeo vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas Elpidio Bawalan 7,985 61.10
Liberal Donn Clarence Bayot 5,085 38.90
Total votes 13,070 100
Lakas hold

General Trias[edit]

General Trias mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Antonio Ferrer 40,897 66.29
Liberal Fernando Campaña 20,794 33.71
Total votes 61,691 100
NUP hold
General Trias vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Maurito Sison 30,283 61.62
Liberal Ronald Lumunsad 19,222 38.83
Total votes 49,505 100
NUP gain from Liberal

Tanza[edit]

Tanza mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Marcus Ashley Arayata 23,281 50.34
Lakas Raymundo Del Rosario 22,741 49.16
Independent Macario Cervania 230 0.50
Total votes 46,253 100
Liberal hold
Tanza vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Yuri Pacumio 21,923 49.77
Lakas Sandy De Peralta 20,792 47.20
Independent Redentor Sosa 1,337 3.04
Total votes 44,052 100
Liberal hold

7th District[edit]

Tagaytay City[edit]

Tagaytay City mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Agnes Tolentino ' '
Nacionalista Jesus Crispin Remulla
Total votes ' '
Liberal hold
Tagaytay City vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Celso De Castro ' '
Nacionalista Arnel Taruc
Total votes ' '
Liberal hold

Alfonso[edit]

Alfonso mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Virgilio Varias ' '
Nacionalista Juanito Rosanes
Independent Delio Escoses
Total votes ' '
Liberal hold
Alfonso vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Justiniano Castro ' '
Nacionalista Romeo Cosino
Independent Manolito Credo
Independent Francis Romasanta
Total votes ' '
Liberal gain from Nacionalista

Bailen[edit]

Note: Bailen was listed as General Emilio Aguinaldo, its former name, in the ballots.

Bailen mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Danilo Bencito ' '
Liberal Reynato Malimban
Total votes ' '
Nacionalista hold
Bailen vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Louel Golfo ' '
Liberal Darwin Quiacos
PMP Efren Papa
Total votes ' '
Nacionalista hold

Indang[edit]

Indang mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Bienvenido Dimero ' '
Liberal Lope Tepora
Total votes ' '
Nacionalista hold
Indang vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Perfecto Fidel ' '
Liberal Ariel Penales
Total votes ' '
Nacionalista hold

Magallanes[edit]

Magallanes mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Edwin Sisante ' '
Liberal Elvira Bergado
Independent Lucia Ruiz
Total votes ' '
Nacionalista hold
Magallanes vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Jasmin Angelli Maligaya ' '
Liberal Nerie Villa
Total votes ' '
Nacionalista hold

Maragondon[edit]

Maragondon mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Reynaldo Rillo ' '
Nacionalista Mon Anthony Andaman
Total votes ' '
Liberal gain from Nacionalista
Maragondon vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Ireneo Angeles ' '
Liberal Reagan Gulapa
Independent Bonn Rillo
Total votes ' '
Nacionalista hold

Mendez[edit]

Mendez mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Fredderick Vida 500 5%
Liberal Ralph Sarmiento 9,500 95%
Total votes 10,000 100%
Nacionalista hold
Mendez vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Francisco Mendoza, Jr. ' '
Nacionalista Antonio Rafols
Total votes ' '
Liberal hold

Naic[edit]

Naic mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Junio Dualan ' '
Liberal Edwina Mendoza
Total votes ' '
Nacionalista gain from Liberal
Naic vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Rodrigo Castillo ' '
Liberal Fernando Prudente
Total votes ' '
Nacionalista hold

Ternate[edit]

Ternate mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Herminio Lindo ' '
Liberal Lamberto Bambao
Independent Erlinda Huerto
Total votes ' '
Nacionalista gain from Liberal
Ternate vice mayoralty election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Gomez Linayao, Jr. ' '
Liberal Jayson Cabaña
Total votes ' '
Nacionalista gain from Liberal

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