Local Candidates in Metro Manila (2010 Elections)

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Local Candidates 2010: Valenzuela City

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Incumbent Mayor Sherwin Gatchalian, Vice Mayor Eric Martinez, 1st District Rep. Rex Gatchalian and 2nd District Magi Gunigundo all seek re-election in 2010.

The Lakas-KAMPI-CMD fielded Manuel Carreon and 2nd District Coun. Mar Morelos to face the Gatchalian-Martinez tandem.

Names in italics are candidates running for re-election.

Lks-KAM Others
Mayor Sherwin

Vice Mayor Ignacio Santiago, Jr. [NPC] Marcelino Morelos
Eric Martinez [LP]
1st District
Rexlon Gatchalian

Ma. Elisa Mendoza
1st District
Marlon Alejandrino
Joel Angeles
Corazon Cortez
Emmanuel Delesmo
Antonio Espiritu
Gerald Esplana
Joel Co
Meilene Dizor
Katherine Pineda
Bong Sanguyo III
Ernesto Trinidad
LP: Ritche Cuadra
2nd District
Carlitos Tiquia
Magtanggol Gunigundo

2nd District
Lailanie Nolasco
NP: Adrian Dapat
NP: Kate G. Coseteng

NP: Lorena N. Borja
NP: Boy Padrinao
Jasmin Antonio
Moises Beltran
Mary Ann Manalaysay
Ma. Cecilia Mayo
Kristian Sy
Johnny Tan
LP: Shalani Soledad
Robert Cruz

Local Candidates 2010: Navotas City

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Navotas, declared a city shortly after the 2007 elections and a congressional district before this year’s elections, looks to maintain the same set of leaders it currently has. Outgoing Mayor Toby Tiangco runs for Congressman, son John Tiangco for his father’s post, and incumbent Vice Mayor PJ Javier for re-election — all unopposed under the Navoteño ticket.

Names in italics are candidates running for re-election.

Mayor John Reynald

Vice Mayor Patrick Joseph Javier

Representative Tobias Reynald Tiangco

1st District
Ernani Calayag
Domingo Elape
Edgardo Maño

Bernardo Nazal
Richard San Juan
Alfredo Vicencio
Ricardo Balasa
Jose Norman Magpoc
Reccelle Miralles
Reynaldo Monroy
Avelino Nacar, Jr.
Edita Santos
2nd District
Florencio Araga
Ma. Lourdes del Rosario
Clint Nicholas Geronimo
Enrico Gino-Gino
Analiza Lupisan

Cesar Santos
Ma. Elsa Bautista-Teodoro
Ronaldo Naval

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Local Candidates 2010: Malabon City

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In Malabon City, incumbent Mayor Canuto Senen Oreta of Lakas-KAMPI-CMD runs unopposed, but his running-mate Ma. Lourdes Yambao faces three other opponents, most notably LP’s Antolin Oreta III.

Incumbent Malabon-Navotas Rep. Josephine Lacson-Noel of NPC chose to run for Representative of the city in Congress, for her current legislative district is recently split into the two cities. Outgoing Vice Mayor Arnold Vicencio of PMP, and Lakas-KAMPI-CMD’s Federico Sandoval II and Mark Allan Yambao are her notable opponents. Yes, Lakas-KAMPI fielded two candidates for Representatives.

Also, only the ruling party has a full ticket in the city. NP, NPC, LP and PMP fielded their candidates in the city, but there is no definite, solid ticket that would face that of Lakas-KAMPI-CMD’s.

Names in italics are candidates running for re-election.

LP Others
Mayor Canuto Senen

Vice Mayor Ma. Lourdes Yambao
Antolin Oreta III
Salvador Beo, Sr.
Pablo Cabrera
Representative Federico Sandoval II
Mark Allan Yambao

NPC: Jaye Lacson-Noel
PMP: Arnold Vicencio
Bobby Genorga
1st District
Juanito Buhalog
Payapa Ona
Oliver Ramos
Emiliano Roque, Jr.
Anna Lizza Yambao
Bernard dela Cruz
Jaime Dumalaog
Enrique Linchangco
Antonio Ponce
Maricar Torres
NP: Ian Borja
NP: Orlando Pedro
NPC: Armando Balatbat
NPC: Edwin Dimagiba
Merlyn Baite
Alberto dela Cruz
Fernando Diones
2nd District
Rufino Bautista
Marcelo Borja, Jr.
Fortunato Espiritu
Loreto Simon
Edward dela Cruz
Victorio Trinidad
NPC: Diosdado Cunanan
NPC: Merlin Mañalac
NPC: Edgardo Marcial
NPC: Edralin Yanga
NP: Jojo Mariquit, Jr.
NP: Eduardo Nolasco
Hilda Bulaclac
Andres Encina
Sofronia Lim
Gil Magdaraog, Sr.

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Local Candidates 2010: Caloocan City

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The only city in Metro Manila (and possibly the world) split into two non-contiguous areas is home to two classic political feuds: Echiverri vs Baby Asistio, and Malonzo vs Boy Asistio.

Recom Echiverri is seeking a third and final term as Mayor, but in his way once again is Luis “Baby” Asistio, his 2007 opponent. Echiverri’s running-mate is former 1st District Rep. Edgar Erice, while Asistio has the returning former Mayor Rey Malonzo. Also running for Vice Mayor, as an Independent, is former Mayor Macario “Boy” Asistio, a well-known rival of Malonzo.

Over the past three decades, three of the four men above have been elected as Mayor of Caloocan City. Boy Asistio was Mayor 1980 to 1986, and from 1988 to 1995. Malonzo was Vice Mayor from 1992 to 1995, and Mayor from 1995 until 2004. Echiverri was the 2nd District Representative from 1998 to 2004, then is the current Mayor since 2004. Baby Asistio, meanwhile, was 1st District Representative from 1992 to 2001, and from 2004 to 2007.

Outgoing Vice Mayor Luis Tito Varela runs for Representative of the 1st District, and faces incumbent Rep. Oscar Malapitan. Incumbent 2nd District Rep. Mary Mitzi Cajayon [Lakas-KAMPI-CMD] faces tough competition in her re-election bid, as seven candidates also run for Representative.

Names in italics are candidates running for re-election.

NPC Others
Mayor Enrico

Vice Mayor Edgar Erice
Reynaldo Malonzo
Macario Asistio, Jr.
Cherry Vallega [KBL]
Mariano Yu
1st District
Vice Mayor
Luis Tito Varela
Oscar Malapitan [NP]
Ernesto Adalem
Coun. Gualberto Bacolod
Roberto Guanzon
Jaime Regalario
1st District
Roberto Cruz
Andres Mabagos
Nora Nubla
Dante Prado
Susana Punzalan
Ramon Te

Henry Cammayo
Ireneo Cayetano
NP: Andrew Asistio
NP: Isaac Domingo
NP: Dale Malapitan
NP: Crispin Peña, Sr.
Lks-Kam: Cenon Mayor
Joseph Aquino
Rasty Benson
Jesus Budac, Jr.
Emmanuel Cruz
Leonardo dela Cruz
Garth Gollayan
Rodolfo Gonzaga
Cristina Guino-o
Virgilio Luzares
Germel Perit
Amie Rabas
Jimmy Sanchez
Loney Sapdin
Juan Antonio Trillanes
Jamin Tulbo
Oscar Benedict Vallejo
Fernando Vinoya
2nd District
John Santos Antonio Almeda [NP]
Mary Mitzi Cajayon
Carlos Cabochan [AKP]
Adoracion Garcia [PGRP]
Tany Catacutan
Enrique Cube
Coun. Milagros Mercado
2nd District
Luis Chito Abel
Allen Alex Aruelo
Tolentino Bagus
Marjorie Barretto
Carolyn Cunanan
Arnold Divina
NP: Roseller Arcadio
NP: Aries Mapue
NP: Merville Orozco
NP: Serafico Placer
NP: Nestor Samson
Lks-Kam: Norlando Divina
Lks-Kam: Trinidad Repuno
Lks-Kam: Ronald Romero
Lks-Kam: Roberto Samson
Lks-Kam: Joseph Timbol
PMP: Macario Asistio III
AKP: Alvin Abelardo
KBL: Romeo Luz, Jr.
Tito Herminio Diño
Jose Gonzales
Arlan Gurnot
Melvin Manalaysay
Jaime Mataragnon, Sr.
Jerrboy Mauricio
Roehl Nadurata
Robert Lee Vitug

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Local Candidates 2010: Marikina City

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Remember when the Lakas-KAMPI-CMD Party chose Gilbert Teodoro over Bayani Fernando as their standard-bearer? Surprised by this decision, the former Marikina Mayor and MMDA Chairman proceeded to bolt from the ruling party he was loyal to for years, and decided to be Sen. Richard Gordon’s running mate under a new party, the Bagumbayan-Volunteers for a New Philippines.

Now in Marikina City, the Lakas-KAMPI-CMD and Bagumbayan-VNP tickets go head-to-head, with the Liberal Party joining the fray to make it a three-way fight for the local posts up for grabs in the 2010 Elections.

Outgoing Mayor Maria Lourdes Fernando did not run for re-election, nor seek for another elective post. Neither did any of her immediate family members, thus ensuring a whole new leadership in Marikina.

Instead, she endorsed outgoing Vice Mayor Marion Andres. Lakas-KAMPI drafted Dr. Alfredo Cheng, while 2nd District Rep. Del de Guzman of LP also runs for Mayor.

Note: Re-electionist 1st District Rep. Marcelino Teodoro declared himself an Independent candidate in the official COMELEC list.

Names in italics are candidates running for re-election.

Mayor Marion
Vice Mayor Thaddeus Santos, Jr.
Efren Angeles
Jose Fabian Cadiz
1st District
Garizaldy dela Paz Coun. Samuel Ferriol
1st District
Frankie Ayuson
Serafin Bernardino

Carissa Carlos
Esmela David
Narciso dela Cruz, Sr.
Roy Delgado
Reginaldo Reyes
Ponciano Santos, Jr.
Joseph Banzon
Pedro de Guzman
Albert Mendoza
Danilo Tiu
Alex Trinidad
Ronnie Acuña
Mariano Betic
Mario de Leon
Danilo del Rosario
Gerald Diamante
Elmer Nepomuceno
Eva Paz
Rogel Santiago
2nd District
Coun. Donn Carlo Favis
Romero Quimbo
2nd District
Jaime Cruz, Jr.
Anna Dayao
Federico Ifurung
Manuel Orara
Rommel Ortiz
Roberto Ponce
Wilfred Reyes
Ponciano Ubaldo, Jr.

Rodrigo Contado
Solomon Fernandez
Andres Garalza, Jr.
Manuel Pangilinan
Fernando Rosales
Wilfredo Zamora
Pete Belmonte
Alfonso Cruz
Ariel Cuaresma
Mark Albert del Rosario
Xy-za Diazen
Ernesto Flores
Susana Magtubo
Rizalina Teope

Other Candidates

Mayor John Alexander CHONG
Vice Mayor NPC: Coun. Ferdinand Marco
Melencia Majerano
1st District
Marcelino Teodoro
Daniel Casuga
Alfredo Gerardo Fajardo
1st District
Arnold Aquino
Ninoy “Bong” Aquino
Alfredo Arroyo, Jr.
Ignacio Bael
Felipe Cuevas
Federico Estonido
Igmidio Ferrer
Arvin “Tado” Jimenez
Emelita Sola
2nd District
PMP: Romeo Candazo
Benjamin Barretto
Felizardo Bulaong
Adjuthor de Guzman
Eduardo Francisco
Coun. Hilario Punzalan
Rogelio Serrano
2nd District
PMP: Aurelio Caparas
PMP: Arthur Limpin
PMP: Demetrio Marquez, Jr.
PMP: Vincent Francis Singh
NPC: Lamberto Ramos, Jr.
Julio Antiporda
Zosimo Balingit
Dolores Camacho
Salvatore Caronite, Jr.
Angel Dacalos
Manuel Miralles
Rodolfo Pascual
Feliciano Reyes
Saulfred Soliguen
Edgardo Velasquez

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Local Candidates 2010: Quezon City

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The biggest city in Metro Manila hosts one of the biggest clashes in politics this year, as nine candidates vie to become Mayor of Quezon City. Outgoing Mayor Feliciano “Sonny” Belmonte, Jr. [LP] runs for Representative of the 4th District, which he held from 1992 to 2001. It should be noted that Belmonte was Speaker of the House of Representatives in 2001.

Notable candidates in the mayoralty race, and their running-mates are:

  • LP: Herbert Bautista – Vice Mayor (1995 – 98, 2001 – present); ran and lost for Mayor in 1998
    Joy Belmonte
    – daughter of outgoing Mayor Belmonte
  • NP/PMP: Michael Defensor – former 3rd District Representative (1998 – 2004); ran for Senator in 2007
    Aiko Melendez – 2nd District Councilor (since 2001)
  • NPC: Mary Ann Susano [NPC] – 2nd District Representative (since 2004)
    Janet Malaya – 4th District Councilor
  • Independent: Ismael Mathay, Jr. – former Mayor (1992 – 2001); former 4th District Representative (1988 – 92)

Note: Vivienne Tan, candidate for 1st District Representative, was recently disqualified by COMELEC after the Court of Appeals ruled that Tan, the daughter of business taipan Lucio Tan, was not a Filipino citizen prior to her filing of Certificate of Candidacy.

Names in italics are candidates running for re-election.

Mayor and
Vice Mayor

Ismael MATHAY, Jr.

John Charles Chang
Ariel Enrile Inton
Engracio Icasiano
Henry Samonte
Roberto Sombillo
Rolando JOTA

Allan Bantilo
Rodrigo Kapunan
Dave Planas
Ma. Florliza Pusing
Apolinario Tubera
1st District
and Councilors
Vincent Crisologo
Elizabeth Delarmente

Benjamin Mariquit
Wilma Amoranto-Sarino
Fermin Bilaos
Francisco Calalay, Jr.
Anthony Crisologo
Raul Medina
Ramon Veloso, Jr.
Rommel Abesamis
Albino Andrew Cheng
Dorothy Delarmente
Marcel Vergel de Dios, Jr.
Ricardo Belmonte, Jr.
Alexis Herrera
Joseph Emile Juico
Roberto Abat
Rey Aguas
Nestor Borromeo
Ramon de Guzman
Arnaldo Ignacio
Fidel Leones
Mark Dominic Mallari
Flora Santos
2nd District
and Councilors
Coun. Winston Castelo
Coun. Allan Butch Francisco
Walter Jimenez
Dante Liban
Myrleon Peralta



Jose Christopher Belmonte
Voltaire Godofredo Liban III
Ismael “Chuck” Mathay III
Norma Nueva
Dionisio Rellosa, Jr.
Fernando Uy
Mari Grace Castelo
Godofredo Liban II
Julienne Alyson Medalla
Eden Delilah Medina
Enrico Serrano
Antonio Francisco, Jr.
Jose Arnel Quebal
Cosme Soriano
Alexander Arciaga

Alfredo Vargas III
Glenda Yap
Carlito Bernardino
Gerald Jacob
Halil Mapandi
Roderick Paulate
Nicanor John Reyes IV
Felicito Valmocina

Angelito Aldiano
Benjamin Aquino
Alexander Arañez
Joseph Arias
Esmeraldo Balosa
Hermie Bathaluna
Pastor Cayobit
Alberto dela Cruz, Sr.
Alfredo Espinola II
Reginald Fraccisco
Rolando Galura
Wilfredo Galvez
Honorio Gaviola
Henry Giron
Diamond Kalaw
Ranulfo Ludovica
Elvis Vergel Magnaye
Edison Mijares
Reynaldo Miranda, Jr.
Domingo Pacis, Jr.
Restituto Perez
Marianito Prieto
Hazel Reyes (Ara Mina)
Samuel Rodriguez
Demetrio Sacueza
Bernard Wilfred Sapitula
Sotero Vargas
3rd District
and Councilors
Matias Defensor, Jr.
Coun. Jorge John Banal, Jr.
Coun. Franz Pumaren


Catherine Violago
Pedrito Espin
Jose Mario de Leon
Amadeo Martin Gonzales
Eufemio Lagumbay
John Philip Lesaca
Roberto Gerald Nazal, Jr.
Beda Torrecampo
Jaime Borres
Julian Coseteng
Arlene De Guzman-Ronquillo
Allan Benedict Reyes
Giancarlo Sotto
Raymundo Carlos
Mario de Guzman
Concordia Hernandez
Wendy Lim
Gil Modesto
James Albert Dichavez
Rodrigo Escober
Michael Planas
Antonio Tamargo
Floro Villanueva

Emmanuel Cabañez
Alex Cachila
Ambrocio Cañete
Jaime Fabregas
Juliet Ginete
Antonio Joseph Inton
Elmer Maturan
Roger Pandaan (Ogie Diaz)
Anthony Rebulado
Andy Rosales
4th District
and Councilors
Don Emil De Castro
Mayor Feliciano Belmonte, Jr.
Albert Hans Palacios




Raquel Bracero
Carl Amadeus Fider
Ma. Isabel Yokohama
Vincent Eric Belmonte, Jr.
Jessica Castelo-Daza
Bayani Hipol
Edcel Lagman, Jr.

Raquel Malangen
Jesus Suntay
Luisito de Guzman
Virgilio Ferrer II
Edwin Rodriguez
Teddy Borres
Edgar Delfinado
Feliciana Ong
Marvin Rillo
Xyrus Lanot
Larainne Sarmiento
Gerardo Sabiniano
Edmund Altuna
Pepito Aquino
Orlando Arellano
Suzette Bernardo
Jerrilyn Cruz
Frederick Dabao (Ricky Davao)
Alfredo Garcia
James Ibañez
Jesus Lipnica, Jr.
Andres Isabelo Moran
Jayson Ocampo
Angela Victoria Planas
Regina San Miguel
Jonathan Emmanuel Sison

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Local Candidates 2010: Muntinlupa City

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The Liberal Party plans another “yellow invasion” in the south, this time in Muntinlupa City, a Lakas-Kampi-CMD territory.

Incumbent Mayor Aldrin San Pedro seeks another term in his post, while former Mayor Jaime Fresnedi returns in the Mayoralty scene and runs for another three-year tenure.

Incumbent Vice Mayor Artemio Simundac looks for another term as well, and is up against 2nd District Coun. Marissa Rongavilla.

Outgoing Sen. Rodolfo Biazon looks forward for another legislative stint, this time as Muntinlupa’s Representative in Congress. (His son, outgoing Rep. Ruffy Biazon seeks a Senate seat.) However, six others stand in his way, among them NPC’s Ricardo “Dong” Puno, Bangon Pilipinas’ Rudy Viloria, outgoing 1st District Coun. Ermie Espeleta, and outgoing 2nd District Coun. Rey Bulay.

Names in italics are candidates running for re-election.

LP Others
Mayor Aldrin
Vice Mayor Artemio Simundac
Marissa Rongavilla
Rodolfo Biazon NPC: Ricardo Puno, Jr.
BP: Rodolfo Viloria
Rey Bulay
Rafael Burgos
Ermie Espeleta
Herminio Sorilla
1st District
Dan Hubert Barlis
Raul Corro
Ma. Victoria dela Rea
Alexander Diaz
Amy Labios
Baldomero Niefes
Ringo Teves
Allen Ampaya
Carlo Argana
Pat Boncayao, Jr.
Gabriel Dolleton
Ivory Hernandez
Erick Lorica
Ronald Solomon
Benjie Trozado
NP: Louie Arciaga
NP: Abegail Camilon
PMP: Marita Calalang
Gregorio Abanes
Rommel Abanto
Espino Arciaga
Romy Calderon
Epifanio Caro, Jr.
Antonio Oliva
Zosimo Ponce
Edgardo Trozado
2nd District
Robert Abas
Robert Baes
Luvi Constantino
Grace Gonzaga
Rufino Joaquin
Rafael Sevilla
Bernardo Escobedo
Allan Miranda
Rodolfo Moldez
Ma. Consuelo Navarro
Ariel Nofuente
Don Nolasco
Delia Pascual
Neptali Santiago
PMP: Joselito Arevalo
PMP: Vergel Ulanday
Chris Balbanero
Santiago Carlos, Jr.
Alejandro delos Reyes
Elmer Espeleta
Willie Frias
Nelson Pausal
Edwin Rivera
Joselito Salud
Geraldine So
Nicholo Sunpayco
Alberto Tabulog

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Local Candidates 2010: Las Piñas City

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Las Piñas City is known to be Manny Villar’s home base, and is a strong citadel of the Nacionalista Party. This is why the Liberal Party is looking forward to paint this city yellow, if you will.

Incumbent Mayor Vergel Aguilar runs for a second consecutive term as Mayor, and is up against LP’s Felix Sinajon and two more candidates. Aguilar chose 2nd District Coun. Luis Bustamante as his running-mate.

The Aguilars (both Vergel and his wife Imelda) have held the Mayoralty post since 1995. Sinajon, on the other hand, is Charter President of Kiwanis Club of Metro Las Piñas.

Outgoing Rep. Cynthia Villar (wife of Presidential candidate Manny Villar) selects his son, Mark Villar, to replace her in Congress. But on his way is LP’s Francisco Antonio Jr., son and namesake of the city’s Mayor from 1959 to 1963.

Names in italics are candidates running for re-election.

LP Others
Mayor Vergel
Vice Mayor Luis Bustamante
Benjamin Gonzales Teodoro Baldomaro
Estelita Salentes
Representative Mark Villar Francisco Antonio, Jr. Filipino Alvarado
Zarah Veloria
1st District
Dennis Aguilar
Alfredo Miranda
Oscar Peña

Ben Quilatan
Rex Riguera
Mark Anthony Santos
Harry dela Cruz
Elmer Gregorio
Giovanni Lavilla
Vilma Miranda
Winnie Tanudra
Raul Trinidad
Mario Acuna
Anllan Apolonio
Larry Bugaring
Gladys delos Reyes
Noel Fortuna
Adriano Mendoza
Salve Musa
Marlon Secuya
Loie Tarpe
Robert Villanueva
2nd District
Carlo Aguilar
Leopoldo Benedicto
Renato Dumlao
Danilo Hernandez

Henry Medina
Ruben Ramos
Mario Casabal
Modesto Domingo
Ronald Dominguez
Danilo Lopez
AKP: Luigi Casimiro
Elsa Alcover
Lannie Aranas
Pepe Fernandez
Nonita Menil
Nerissa Murillo
Danilo Paez

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Local Candidates 2010: Parañaque City

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The Stand has already listed local candidates running in seven cities and one town in central Metro Manila. Now we go down south, to three “politically-charged” cities this coming 2010 Elections. And we’ll start with Parañaque City.

Incumbent Mayor Jun Bernabe and Vice Mayor Gus Tambunting of Lakas-Kampi-CMD are seeking re-election. Bernabe, son of former Mayor Florencio Bernabe Sr. (1972-86), hopes for a third straight term as Mayor.

Meanwhile, actor Joey Marquez seeks “redemption” as he runs alone for Mayor, a post he held from 1995 to 2004.

Outgoing 1st District Rep. Ed Zialcita joins the fray, as he runs for Mayor as well, with Anjo Yllana as his running-mate. Zialcita is in his third and last term as Representative. Yllana is a former Vice Mayor, and in 2007 ran for another term but lost.

Rolando Bernabe, and Edwin Olivarez of LP joins KKK’s Ding Wenceslao and three other candidates looking forward to replace Zialcita in Congress. Rolando Bernabe is the son of Mayor Bernabe (and Secretary to the Mayor), while Olivarez is the son of former mayor Pablo Olivarez (1992-95). Wenceslao is a businessman who owns a big piece of land across Baclaran church.

Incumbent 2nd District Rep. Roilo Golez runs for re-election as well, and is up against lawyer Pedro Montaño.

Names in italics are candidates running for re-election.

Mayor Florencio
Vice Mayor Gustavo Tambunting
Anjo Yllana, Jr. [PMP]
1st District
Rolando Bernabe Edwin Olivarez [LP] NPC: Jun Jun Densing
Edison Javier
Naty Magsombol
Ding Wenceslao, Jr.
1st District
Rufino Allanigue
Ricardo Baes, Jr.
Joy delos Santos
Raquel Gabriel
Florante Romey, Jr.
“Alma Moreno” Salic
Bodjie Salvador
Jason Webb
Dong Brigola [NP]
Brillante Inciong [NP]
Roselle Nava [NP]
Benito Aragon [LP]
Lorna Campano [LP]
Jim Ferrer [LP]
Jaime Nery, Jr. [LP]
Eric Olivarez [LP]
NPC: Romeo Arcilla
NPC: Jerry Biboso
NPC: Antonio Duñgo
NPC: Joan Villafuerte
Sonny Bobadilla
Odi de Leon
Julie Estrera
Axel Gonzalez
Tito Isunza
Dino Ross
Andre San Juan
Junior Unizan
Fortunato Yabut
2nd District
Roilo Golez
Pedro Montaño
2nd District
Florencia Amurao
Carlito Antipuesto
Edwin Benzon
Florencio Bernabe III
Hilario Bonsol
Baby Bustamante
Jose Enrico Golez
Valmar Sotto

Rina Cadano [NP]
Karlo Davila [NP]
Maritess de Asis [NP]
Binky Favis [LP]
Mon Panaligan [PMP]
Generoso Puzon [PMP]
Felix Resuello [PMP]
Ryan Yllana [PMP]
Arnold Castillo
Ronald Macaraig
Chit Serrano
Roberto Serrano, Jr.
Albert Visitacion, Jr.

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Local Candidates 2010: San Juan City

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After the 2010 Elections, the city of San Juan may remain to be an “Estrada territory” or may become a pro-administration city, as the ruling Lakas-Kampi-CMD Party is attempting to do so this year.

Outgoing three-termer Mayor JV Ejercito stands unopposed to replace three-termer Rep. Ronaldo Zamora in Congress. Seeking to replace him is his mother, Guia Gomez, under the Magdiwang ticket. Her running-mate is 2nd District Coun. Francis Zamora, the son of outgoing Rep. Zamora.

Leading this “Lakas-Kampi invasion” in San Juan are Manuel Andrada and Alex Enriquez.

Names in italics are incumbent candidates running for re-election.

Lakas-Kampi Others
Mayor Guia
Vice Mayor Francis Zamora
Alex Enriquez
JV Ejercito [PMP]
1st District
Angelo Agcaoili
William Go
Onil Mendoza
Vincent Pacheco
Edgardo Soriano
Ferdinand Velasco

Bernard Drilon
Joseph Galarosa
Garry Reyes
Jeremy Tayson
Johnny Young
AJ dela Cruz
Emiliano Pillarina
2nd District
Rolando Bernardo
Doni Carballo

V. Mayor Leo Celles
Jannah Ejercito
Richard Peralta

Jose Noel Rozon
Lani Duran
Justin Jhocson
James Lim
Belinda Surian
Joanna Torre
Dittor Torres
Amador Turla
Glenn Acol [NPC]
Carlos Yan [NPC]
Jose Warren Villa [BP]

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