Philippine House of Representatives elections, 2010 (Cagayan Valley)

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Philippine House of Representatives elections in Cagayan Valley, 2010
Philippines
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May 10, 2010 → 2013

10 seats of Cagayan Valley in the House of Representatives
  First party Second party Third party
 
Party Lakas-Kampi NPC Nacionalista
Seats won 5 2 2
Popular vote 445,765 196,912 195,734
Percentage 34.70% 15.33% 15.24%

  Fourth party Fifth party
 
Party Liberal Bigkis Pinoy
Seats won 1 0
Popular vote 182,730 169,791
Percentage 14.22% 13.22%

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Location of Cagayan Valley within the country.

Elections were held in Cagayan Valley for seats in the House of Representatives of the Philippines on May 10, 2010.

The candidate with the most number of votes won that district's seat for the 15th Congress of the Philippines.

Summary[edit]

Party Popular vote  % Seats
won
Lakas-Kampi 445,765 34.70% 5
NPC 196,912 15.33% 2
Nacionalista 195,734 15.24% 1
Liberal 182,730 14.22% 1
Bigkis Pinoy 169,791 13.22% 0
Aksyon 2,938 0.23% 0
Independent 90,785 7.07% 0
Valid votes 1,284,655 93.78% 10
Invalid votes 85,262 6.22%
Turnout 1,369,917 74.73%
Registered voters 1,833,137 100.00%

Batanes[edit]

Carlo Oliver Diasnes is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Batanes
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Dina Abad 3,076 37.07
Lakas-Kampi Carlo Oliver Diasnes 2,988 36.01
Independent Alex Narag 2,234 26.92
Valid ballots 8,298 97.93
Invalid or blank votes 175 2.07
Total votes 8,473 100.00
Liberal gain from Lakas-Kampi

Cagayan[edit]

1st District[edit]

Incumbent Sally Ponce Enrile is not running.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cagayan's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Juan Ponce Enrile, Jr. 79,000 6.23
Liberal Ignacio Taruc 61,247 40.42
Independent Joaquin Agatep, Jr. 5,084 3.36
Valid ballots 151,528 90.44
Invalid or blank votes 16,017 9.56
Total votes 167,545 100.00
NPC hold

2nd District[edit]

Florencio Vargas is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cagayan's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Florencio Vargas 85,376 73.21
NPC Edgar Lara 28,303 24.27
Aksyon Lydia Ramos 2,938 2.52
Valid ballots 116,617 93.10
Invalid or blank votes 8,646 6.90
Total votes 125,263 100.00
Lakas-Kampi hold

Congressman Florencio Vargas died on July 22, a few days before the 15th Congress convened.[1] The two other congressmen from Cagayan, Juan Ponce Enrile, Jr. and Randolph Ting, then filed a resolution declaring Vargas' seat vacant paving way for a special election. Defeated candidate and former governor Edgar Lara had previously expressed interest in participating if a special election was called, and also said that he expects any member of the Vargas family to run as well.[2] On December 13, Representative Juan Ponce Enrile, Jr. was designated by Speaker Feliciano Belmonte, Jr. as the caretaker of the 2nd district pending the approval of a special election.[3]

The Commission on Elections has set the election on March 12, 2011, Saturday.[4]

3rd District[edit]

Incumbent Manuel Mamba is term-limited and is not eligible for reelection. He is running for provincial governor, and Francisco Mamba, Jr. will run as his party nominee.

The result of the election is under protest in the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal.[5]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Cagayan's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Randolph Ting 106,048 64.28
Liberal Francisco Mamba, Jr. 58,934 35.72
Valid ballots 164,982 95.40
Invalid or blank votes 7,962 4.60
Total votes 172,944 100.00
Lakas-Kampi gain from Liberal

Isabela[edit]

All candidates under the Lakas-Kampi-CMD banner are originally candidates of the Nationalist People's Coalition, the party the Dy patriarch, the late Governor Faustino Nang Dy Sr. helped establish before his death in 1992(?) and whose sons, notably the elder Dy's successor, Faustino Dy Jr., hold high positions within. They were nominated by the Lakas-Kampi party after the Dy dynasty gave all-out support to the presidential candidacy of former Defense Secretary Gilbert Teodoro Jr., himself a former NPC member.

1st District[edit]

Incumbent Rodolfo Albano III is not running. He will be the running mate of three-term 3rd District representative Faustino "Bojie" Dy III in their quest to end the six-year rule of incumbent Governor Grace Padaca; his father, former Energy Regulatory Administration Chair and three-term Representative Rodolfo Albano Jr. will run in his stead.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Isabela's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Rodolfo Albano, Jr. 103,938 74.92
Bigkis Pinoy Noel Binag 34,491 24.86
Independent Stephen Soliven 299 0.22
Valid ballots 138,728 91.45
Invalid or blank votes 12,791 8.55
Total votes 151,699 100.00
Lakas-Kampi hold

2nd District[edit]

Edwin Uy is the incumbent, and is barred from seeking re-election after serving three terms. He will run for provincial vice governor in tandem with incumbent Governor Grace Padaca, and in turn will field his brother Edgar Uy for the post he is vacating. Edgar Uy will face another Padaca ally, incumbent board member Ana Cristina Go.

The result of the election is under protest in the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal.[5]

Philippine House of Representatives election at Isabela's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Ana Cristina Go 75,045 50.96
Bigkis Pinoy Edgar Uy 72,207 49.04
Valid ballots 147,252 92.27
Invalid or blank votes 12,340 7.73
Total votes 159,592 100.00
Nacionalista gain from Liberal

3rd District[edit]

Incumbent Faustino Dy III is in his third consecutive term already and is ineligible for reelection; he will run for provincial governor instead. A co-member of the Dy family, Napoleon, is his party's nominee.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Isabela's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Napoleon Dy 84,395 57.22
Bigkis Pinoy Ramon Reyes 63,093 42.78
Valid ballots 147,488 92.94
Invalid or blank votes 11,199 7.06
Total votes 158,687 100.00
Lakas-Kampi hold

4th District[edit]

Giorgidi Aggabao is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Isabela's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes %
NPC Giorgidi Aggabao 83,412 50.94
Independent Danilo Tan 78,228 47.78
Independent Nicolas de Guzman, Jr. 2,090 1.98
Valid ballots 163,730 94.78
Invalid or blank votes 9,021 5.22
Total votes 172,751 100.00
NPC hold

Nueva Vizcaya[edit]

Carlos M. Padilla is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Nueva Vizcaya
Party Candidate Votes %
Nacionalista Carlos M. Padilla 108,316 63.75
Liberal Ralph Lantion 59,473 35.00
Independent Carlito Labitoria 1,761 1.04
Independent Lawrence Sta. Ana 367 0.22
Valid ballots 169,917 97.03
Invalid or blank votes 5,201 2.97
Total votes 175,118 100.00
Nacionalista hold

Quirino[edit]

Incumbent Junie Cua is in his third consecutive term already and is ineligible for reelection; he is running for the provincial governorship instead. His son, governor Dakila Carlo Cua is his party's nominee for his seat.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Quirino
Party Candidate Votes %
Lakas-Kampi Dakila Carlo Cua 63,020 82.80
Nacionalista Eleazar Balderas 12,373 16.26
Independent Orlando Mina 722 0.95
Valid ballots 76,115 97.55
Invalid or blank votes 1,910 2.45
Total votes 78,025 100.00
Lakas-Kampi hold

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ribaya, Rio Rose (2010-07-23). "Cagayan Rep. Florencio Vargas, 78". The Manila Bulletin. Retrieved 2010-11-29. 
  2. ^ Boehnert, Ted (2010-09-14). "Solons seek special polls for vacant congressional seat in Cagayan". The Daily Tribune. Retrieved 2010-11-29. 
  3. ^ Romero, Paolo (2010-12-13). "Enrile Jr. named 'caretaker' of Cagayan second district". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 2010-12-19. 
  4. ^ "DZIQ: Special elections for Cagayan's 2nd District set on March 12". INQUIRER.net. 2011-01-06. Retrieved 2011-01-06. 
  5. ^ a b Romero, Paolo (2010-07-16). "56 electoral cases filed before House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal". Philippine Star. Retrieved 2010-07-17. 

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