Laguna Provincial Board

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Laguna Provincial Board
Sangguniang Panlalawigan ng Laguna
8th Laguna Provincial Board
Type
Type
Term limits
3 terms (9 years)
Leadership
Presiding Officer
Katherine Agapay, UNA
Structure
Seats 12 board members
1 ex officio presiding officer
Political groups
Length of term
3 years
Authority Local Government Code of the Philippines
Elections
Plurality-at-large voting
Last election
May 9, 2016
Next election
2019
Meeting place
Laguna Provincial Capitol

The Laguna Provincial Board (Filipino: Sangguniang Panlalawigan ng Laguna) is the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (provincial legislature) of the Philippine province of Laguna.

The members are elected via plurality-at-large voting: the province is divided into four legislative districts, the first and the second sending three members each and the third and fourth sending two members each; the number of the members the electorate votes depends on the number of members their district sends. The candidates with the highest number of votes in each district, depending on the number of members the district sends, are elected

The districts used in appropriation of members is coextensive with the legislative districts of Laguna.

List of members[edit]

An additional two ex officio members are the presidents of the provincial chapter of the Association of Barangay Captains and the Sangguniang Kabataan provincial president; the municipal and city (if applicable) presidents of the Association of Barangay Captains, and Sangguniang Kabataan, shall elect amongst themselves their provincial presidents which shall be their representatives at the board.

1st District[edit]

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Member (party)
2004 Gab Alatiit
(Lakas-CMD)
Marco Sison
(Lakas-CMD)
Ramon Carillo
(Lakas-CMD)
2007 Dave Almarinez
(Lakas-CMD)
Emilio Tiongco
(United Opposition)
Ramon Carillo
(Lakas-CMD)
2010 Carlo Almoro
(Lakas-Kampi)
Gab Alatiit
(Liberal)
Emilio Tiongco
(Lakas-Kampi)
2013 Dave Almarinez
(Nacionalista)
Carlo Almoro
(PDP-Laban)
Gab Alatiit
(UNA)

2nd District[edit]

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Member (party)
2004 Ramil Hernandez
(Lakas-CMD)
Rolly Bagnes
(Lakas-CMD)
Sonny Tapia
(Lakas-CMD)
2007 Rolly Bagnes
(Lakas-CMD)
Juan Unico
(Lakas-CMD)
Neil Andrew Nocon
(United Opposition)
2010 Neptali Bagnes
(Nacionalista)
Juan Unico
(Lakas-Kampi)
Neil Andrew Nocon
(Lakas-Kampi)
2013 Neptali Bagnes
(UNA)
Pursino Oruga
(Liberal)
Juan Unico
(UNA)

3rd District[edit]

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party)
2004 Arcadio Najie Gapangada
(Lakas-CMD)
Adoracion Alava
(LDP)
2007 Katherine Agapay
(NPC)
Reynaldo Paras
(Lakas-CMD)
2010 Reynaldo Paras
(Lakas-Kampi)
Angelica Jones
(Nacionalista)
2013 Katherine Agapay
(Independent)
Angelica Jones
(UNA)

4th District[edit]

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party)
2004 Eufemio Lagumbay
(Lakas-CMD)
Benedicto Mario Palacol, Jr.
(Lakas-CMD)
2007 Benedicto Mario Palacol, Jr.
(Lakas-CMD)
Domingo Panganiban
(LDP)
2010 Benjo Agarao
(Liberal)
Benedicto Mario Palacol, Jr.
(Lakas-Kampi)
2013 Joseph Kris Benjamin Agarao
(Liberal)
Rai-ann Agustine San Luis
(Independent)

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