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Election 2013 Results
MEMBER, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES of ABRA – LONE LEGDIST
Candidate Party Votes Percentage
BERNOS, MARIA JOCELYN (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 55323 64.79%
SOMERA, ROLANDO (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 19116 22.39%
LUNA, HANS ROGER INDEPENDENT 10952 12.83%
PROVINCIAL GOVERNOR of ABRA
Candidate Party Votes Percentage
BERSAMIN, EUSTAQUIO (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 66238 79.57%
LUNA, CECILIA (LAKAS) LAKAS CHRISTIAN MUSLIM DEMOCRATS 17006 20.43%
PROVINCIAL VICE-GOVERNOR of ABRA
Candidate Party Votes Percentage
BERSAMIN, CHARI (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 57437 74.62%
MOLINA, MAILED (NUP) NATIONAL UNITY PARTY 19532 25.38%
MEMBER, SANGGUNIANG PANLALAWIGAN of ABRA – SECOND PROVDIST
Candidate Party Votes Percentage
BALBIN, LIAN (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 34435 23.66%
DICKSON, RAMON (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 25552 17.56%
ALZATE, BYRONE (AKSYON) AKSYON DEMOKRATIKO 23478 16.13%
BACHILLER, ALLEN BRIX (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 15925 10.94%
VENUS, BONG (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 14714 10.11%
JENKINS, MARIA ELENA (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 14236 9.78%
BAYLE, TONIET (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 13123 9.02%
CASTILLO, NESTOR (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 3040 2.09%
BENG-AD, IMPING INDEPENDENT 1021 0.70%
MEMBER, SANGGUNIANG PANLALAWIGAN of ABRA – FIRST PROVDIST
Candidate Party Votes Percentage
BIDES, ELMER (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 17935 19.69%
FONTANILLA, AKAY (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 14184 15.58%
CHONG, JUMEL (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 10442 11.47%
ANDANAN, NARDS (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 9569 10.51%
BERSALONA, DANTE (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 9388 10.31%
LUPANG, NANSY (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 8731 9.59%
GAYAO, ELMER SR. (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 8441 9.27%
DAYAG, ANTONIO (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 7447 8.18%
BALAO-AS, BENIDO JR. INDEPENDENT 4927 5.41%
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3 thoughts on “Election 2013 Results

  1. Sysop, may I ask the number of voters of each municipality so we know how many DID NOT cast their votes? Thank you.

    Posted by Carmelita E. Omli | May 19, 2013, 1:54 pm
  2. Police file vote buying raps

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    By Maria Elena Catajan
    Friday, May 31, 2013

    CASES of vote buying are now pending before the Commission on Elections (Comelec) in Cordillera.

    Comelec regional director Nick Mendros, during the post election assessment meeting of the Cordillera Joint Security Council Committees, revealed the pendency of four cases of vote buying filed in his office prior to the conduct of the May 13 midterm elections.

    Police regional director Benjamin Magalong said there are two cases of vote buying filed by the Philippine National Police in Abra town.

    Among those charged were Pidigan mayor-elect Jansen Valera and Bangued mayor-elect Dominic Valera, both of Abra where vote buying was said to be rampant and votes to cost as high as 3,000 to 4,000 per person.

    Magalong said it is now up to the Comelec to act on the cases.

    In Ifugao, congressional candidate lawyer Solomon Chungalao and Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan both have cases set before them in the Comelec.

    The Ifugao case is still pending as it is being reviewed by Mendros.

    Domogan’s case was filed in May 8 by an opposing candidate for alleged vote buying which was committed when P7,000 allowances of the Vergara-Domogan scholars using the PDAF fund were distributed to the beneficiaries.

    Reportedly during the distribution schedule, solicitations for votes were openly done in exchange for additional subsidy for the first semester of the coming school year.

    Mendros said the investigation of the cases for violation of the fare election law particularly on vote buying is still ongoing.

    He stressed candidates are the sole perpetuators in violations of the election act.

    Posted by Bodong | June 1, 2013, 2:19 am

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