Taguig local elections, 2010
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Local elections was held in the Taguig City on May 10, 2010 within the Philippine general election. The voters will elect for the elective local posts in the city: the mayor, vice mayor, two District representatives, and councilors, eight in each of the city's two legislative districts.
Mayoral and vice mayoral election
Incumbents Sigfrido Tiñga and George A. Elias are now on their third term as mayor and second term as vice mayor, respectively. Ineligible for reelection, Tinga ran for Congressman at Taguig’s Second District instead.
Former Associate Justice Dante Tinga is running for Mayor as the nominee of both the Liberal Party and its Taguig affiliate, the local party Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig. Prior to the election, he was the Representative from Taguig-Pateros from 1987 to 1998 and Supreme Court Associate Justice. His running mate is incumbent Vice Mayor George Elias, who is currently in his second consecutive term.
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.
Incumbent congresswoman Lani Cayetano defeated retired Associate Justice Dante Tinga but Justice Tinga file election protest vs Cayetano and accused "Lani" Massive vote-buying and pre-programmed CF cards altered results in Taguig.
|Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig||Dante Tinga||93,445||49.25|
|Democratic Party||Arthur Clavo||214||0.11|
|Independent||John Q. Rarang||205||0.11|
|Nacionalista gain from Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig|
- Tinga's political party as stated on the ballot was Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig, a local affiliate of the Liberal Party.
Vice mayoral election
|Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig||George A. Elias||110,137||62.91|
|Independent||Cirila A. Lumontod||996||0.57|
|Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig hold|
- Dante Tinga and George Elias are also candidates of Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig
|Nacionalista||Rene Carl Cayetano||31,924||38.20|
|Independent||Luis Cruz, Jr.||312||0.37|
Note: Result exclude Pateros; for the result including Pateros, see Philippine House of Representatives elections at Taguig-Pateros.
On February 28, 2010, Angelito Reyes, son of Secretary of Energy Angelo Reyes, is declared the winner of the 2007 election by the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal (HRET), with the HRET ruling that Reyes defeated Henry Duenas, Jr. by a margin of 57 votes; the Board of Canvassers originally declared Duenas the winner with 28,564 votes over Reyes' 27,107 for a margin of 1,457.
|Lingkod Taguig||Angelito Reyes||16,990||16.75|
|Nacionalista||Arvin Ian Alit||16,184||15.96|
|Independent||Robinson "Robin" Lumontod Jr.||135||0.13|
|Invalid or blank votes||5,438||5.09|
|Liberal gain from Lingkod Taguig|
City Council elections
Each of Taguig's two legislative districts elects eight councilors to the City Council. The eight candidates with the highest amount of votes wins the seats per district.
|Total votes||Total seats|
|Liberal/Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig||Dante Tiñga||597,937||46.5%||13||72.2%|
|NPC/Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig||none||133,480||10.4%||3||16.7%|
|Total valid votes cast||1,287,216||N/A|
|Total partisan seats||16||88.9%|
|Seat for Association of Barangay Captains President||1||5.6%|
|Seat for Association of Sangguniang Kabataan chairmen President||1||5.6%|
|Total non-partisan seats||2||11.1%|
Incumbent Councilor Allan Paul Cruz and Delio Santos are in their third consecutive terms and is ineligible for reelection; Santos resigned as City Councilor and become Barangay Captain of Brgy.Bagumbayan.
|NPC||Ronnette “Ronet” Franco||44,325||7.56|
|Liberal||Gamaliel “Gamie” San Pedro||43,381||7.39|
|Liberal||Roderick Carlos “Carlo” Papa||43,342||7.39|
|NPC||Baltazar “Bal” Mariategue||41,931||7.15|
|Liberal||Jaime “Jimmy” Labampa||41,645||7.10|
|Liberal||Baby Gloria “Gigi” De Mesa||40,414||6.89|
|Liberal||Rodil “Tikboy” Marcelino||39,164||6.68|
|Liberal||Carlito “Carlito Oga” Ogalinola||36,836||6.28|
|Nacionalista||Ricardo “Ading” Cruz||35,362||6.03|
|Nacionalista||Emmanuel “Boybits” Victoria Jr.||33,573||5.72|
|Nacionalista||Darwin “Win” Icay||33,277||5.67|
|Nacionalista||Eduardo “Eddie” Cruz||30,717||5.24|
|Nacionalista||Aurelio “Auring” Padilla||27,918||4.76|
|Nacionalista||Henry “Vegatin” Vega||25,138||4.29|
|Nacionalista||Generoso “Gener” Ignacio||20,754||3.54|
|Independent||Robel “Roy” Delapaz||9,576||1.63|
|PMP||Alberto “Abet” Villanueva||5,455||0.93|
|PMP||Gerry “Magdalo” Placeros||4,922||0.84|
|Independent||Joepeter “Jhe” Hidalgo||2,464||0.42|
- NPC's Ronnette Franco and Baltazar Mariategue are guest candidates of Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig
- Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig is in coalition with Liberal Party, Nationalist People's Coalition and Lakas-Kampi CMD
- TaPat Party of Ma.Laarni Cayetano is in coalition with Nacionalista Party
Incumbent Councilors Marisse Balina-Eron and Arvin Ian Alit are in their third consecutive term and is ineligible for reelection; so Balina's Husband Jojo will run while Alit will run for Congressman. Incumbent councilor Rica Tinga is eligible to run for a second term but she decided not to run in this election.
|KDT (Liberal)||Edwin "Jojo" Eron||39,159|
|KDT (Liberal)||Milagros "Myla" Valencia||54,459|
|KDT (Liberal)||Jeffrey "Jeff" Morales||46,139|
|KDT (Liberal)||Ricardo "Ric" Jordan||52,041|
|KDT (Liberal)||Aurelio Paulo "AP" Bartolome||57,552|
|KDT (Liberal)||Michelle Ann "Cheche" Gonzales||50,816|
|KDT (Liberal)||Estela "Tita Estel" Gasgonia||52,989|
|KDT (NPC)||Erwin "Win" Manalili||47,224|
|TaPat (Nacionalista)||Hareem "Harry" Pautin||23,919|
|TaPat (Nacionalista)||Wilfredo "Toto" Dubria||18,299|
|TaPat (Nacionalista)||Janine "Jaja" Bustos||26,928|
|TaPat (Nacionalista)||Queen Dolly Carreon||23,617|
|TaPat (Nacionalista)||Noel "DBoy" Dizon||27,691|
|TaPat (Nacionalista)||Guido Malco||13,468|
|TaPat (BP)||Vilma "Ate Vi" Antigo||14,229|
|TaPat (Independent)||Eugenio Sonny "Eugene" Calapit||13,765|
|Lingkod Taguig (PMP)||Leo Aguilar||15,273|
|Lingkod Taguig (PRP)||Margaret Jean "Margie" Defensor-Manalaysay||20,494|
|Lingkod Taguig||Marc Reyes||22,944|
|Lingkod Taguig||Lhorelyn "Lenlen" Fortuno||15,256|
|Lingkod Taguig||Maricar "Mara" Delfin-Villa||11,667|
|Lingkod Taguig||Celerino "Cely" Morada||5,882|
|Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino||Ahiyal I. Sappayani||4,760|
|Independent||Taharudin M. Mokalid||3,510|
|Independent||Princess Jacel Ramos||10,146|
|Independent||Eric Walter Salonga||14,787|
- Leo Aguilar and Marge Defensor are candidates of Lingkod Taguig
- Vilma Antigo and Eugene Calapit are candidate of TaPat Party
- Erwin Manalili is a candidate of Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig
- The results is Partial Unofficial Tally as of 2010-05-12 3:49 - 88.69% of ERs except for the 8 winning councilors.
Barangay Elections, 2010
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