Iligan local elections, 2013

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Iligan City Mayoralty Elections, 2013
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Nominee Celso Regencia Henry Dy Franklin Quijano
Party NUP Liberal Independent
Running mate Leo Zaragosa Ruderic Marzo Benny Badelles
Popular vote 43,586 32,194 12,413
Percentage 44.43 38.16 14.71

 
Nominee Giovanni Encabo Aurelio Bandanillo Ismael Joel Naga, Jr.
Party Independent Independent PDSP
Popular vote 1,689 175 169
Percentage 2.00 0.21 0.20

 
Nominee Samuel Acut Datu Ismail Malangas Yuri Taongan
Party Independent Independent Independent
Popular vote 111 72 64
Percentage 0.13 0.09 0.08

Mayor before election

Lawrence Lluch Cruz
Liberal

Elected Mayor

Celso Regencia
NUP

Local elections held in Iligan City on May 13, 2013 within the Philippine general election. The resident voters elected for the elective local posts in the city: the mayor, vice mayor, the one congressman, and twelve councilors. Each official is elected publicly to a 3-year term and can be re-elected up to 3 terms in succession.

At the last of voter's registration last October 2012, the city has accumulated a total of 138,744 registered voters.[1] Registered voters of the city no longer vote for provincial candidates such as the Governor and Vice Governor unlike its nearby towns. In 2010, through Republic Act 9724, Iligan City separated from the First District of Lanao del Norte.

Lawrence Lluch Cruz is the incumbent on his third consecutive term. Thus, he is prohibited to run due to term limits. Instead, Cruz's tandem and incumbent vice-mayor Henry Dy was challenged by the two other popular candidates, retired Colonel Celso Regencia and former mayor Franklin Quijano .

On May 14, 2013, Celso Regencia and Ruderic Marzo were proclaimed newly elected city mayor and vice-mayor of the city by the Board of Canvassers.[2]

Results for Lone District Representative[edit]

Vicente "Varf" Belmonte, Jr. is the incumbent.

2013 Philippine House of Representatives election in Iligan
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Vicente Belmonte, Jr. 59,591 73.83
PMP Uriel Borja 10,196 12.63
Independent Samson Dajao 9,034 11.19
NUP Jose Noel Arquiza 1,138 1.41
Independent Joe Booc 566 0.70
Independent Alberto Ora 185 0.23
Total votes 89,083 100.00
Liberal gain from PMP

Results for Mayor[edit]

Iligan City Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
NUP Celso Regencia 43,586 44.43
Liberal Henry Dy 32,194 38.16
Independent Franklin Quijano 12,413 14.71
Independent Giovanni Encabo 1,689 2.00
Independent Aurelio Bandanillo 175 0.21
PDSP Ismael Joel Naga, Jr. 169 0.20
Independent Samuel Acut 111 0.13
Independent Datu Ismail Malangas 72 0.09
Independent Yuri Taongan 64 0.08
Total votes 90,409 100.00
NUP gain from Liberal

Results for Vice-Mayor[edit]

Iligan City Vice-Mayoralty Election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Ruderic Marzo 41,110 40.43
PMP Bernard Pacaña 22,391 27.33
NUP Leo Zaragosa 18,650 22.76
Independent Bienvenido Badelles 5,675 6.93
Independent Reynaldo Mancia 1,880 2.29
Independent Voltaire Lluch 217 0.26
Total votes 89,083 100.00
Liberal gain from PMP

Results for City Councilors[edit]

2013 Iligan City Council Elections[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Providencio Abragan, Jr. 56,878 5.66
NUP Marlene Young 53,492 5.33
Independent Simplicio Larrazabal III 50,831 5.03
Liberal Frederick Siao 49,969 5.03
Liberal Michelle Echavez Sweet 45,489 4.51
CDP Emmanuel Salibay 38,391 3.88
Liberal Ariel Anghay 38,238 3.70
Liberal Roy Openiano 37,960 3.78
Independent Samuel Huertas 34,234 3.51
Liberal Bayani Areola 33,576 3.28
Liberal Usafeno Obial 32,758 3.31
Liberal Alfredo Busico 32,324 3.19
Liberal Jose Zalsos 26,272 3.17
Liberal Orlando Maglinao 26,221 3.16
Independent Rejoice Subejano 25,620 3.11
NUP Belinda Lim 24,043 2.92
NUP Immanuel Cabili 23,583 2.86
NUP Demosthenes Plando 22,075 2.86
NUP Jose Maria Boza 20,781 2.52
Independent Gina Sue Hilda Cruz 20,082 2.44
PMP Vic Ramon Bueno 17,729 2.15
Independent Dizon Ducay, Jr. 17,394 2.11
Liberal Noel Magaro 16,988 2.06
NUP Loreto Tecson II 14,523 1.76
Independent Livey Villarin 14,315 1.74
NUP Raquel Paran-Malaluan 12,951 1.57
Independent Felito Haim 12,528 1.52
NUP Voltaire Rovira 12,243 1.49
Independent Antonietta Bona 10,470 1.27
NUP Severo Eduardo Yap 10,457 1.27
Independent Jules Verne Padilla 9,764 1.19
Independent Lorenzo Pendang 9,447 1.19
Independent Ma. Josefa Labaro 6,788 0.82
PMP Antonio Flores 5,672 0.69
Independent Norberto Altres 5,658 0.69
Makabayan Charles Raiñer Marquez 5,653 0.64
NUP Alejandro Yañez 5,279 0.64
Independent Severino Madlangbayan, Jr. 5,268 0.64
PMP Rodel Ocaña 5,151 0.63
Independent Bienvenido Mansumayan 4,617 0.56
Independent Jose Mari Buenaventura 4,427 0.54
Independent Rogelio Pagarigan 3,763 0.46
PDSP Michael Eric Echiverri 3,069 0.37
PDSP Jude Andrew Lluch 1,864 0.23
Independent Alan Amantiad 1,722 0.21
PDSP Romeo Sumalinog 1,467 0.18
Independent Elizer Escalona 1,415 0.17
PDSP Wilbur Tom Burgos 1,180 0.14
Independent Arsenio Liaging 484 0.06
Total votes 89,083 100.00
Liberal gain from NUP

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • COMELEC - Official website of the Philippine Commission on Elections (COMELEC)
  • NAMFREL - Official website of National Movement for Free Elections (NAMFREL)
  • PPCRV - Official website of the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV)