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Manila mayoral election, 2010
May 10, 2010 (2010-05-10)
What? What? What?
Nominee Lito Atienza Alfredo Lim Avelino Razon
Party Independent KKK NPC
Running mate Bonjay Isip-Garcia Isko Moreno Isko Moreno

Incumbent Mayor
Alfredo Lim
KKK

Mayor-elect
TBD

Local elections will be held in the City of Manila 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, the six Congressmen, and the councilors, eight in each of the city's six legislative districts.

Mayoral and vice mayoral electionEdit

Presidential adviser to the peace process Avelino Razon announced his candidacy on August 9 at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium running for the We Are the Reason Movement, under the Nationalist People's Coalition.[1]

Incumbents mayor Alfredo Lim and vice mayor Isko Moreno announced their candidacy for mayor on Moreno's birthday party at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum on October 25, hosted by German Moreno (no relation to Isko), a known Lim ally and Isko's protege. Moreno, despite being backed by the Asenso Manileño party, will be Lim's running mate.[2]

Former three-term mayor and current Environment and Natural Resources secretary Lito Atienza is expected run to reclaim his seat. Atienza has Ma. Lourdes "Bonjay" Isip-Garcia as his vice mayoral running mate. Bonjay Isip is a Councilor of the 6th District and is now running for vice mayor. Isip first won as Councilor in 1992 and later became both Deputy City Administrator and City Administrator. Isip in 1992, was the youngest elected councilor in Manila's history.

Lito Atienza served as mayor from 1998 to 2007. Atienza served as Lim's running mate when Lim served as mayor from 1992 to 1998.[3] Bagatsing, of the Asenso Manileño party, bolted and joined Atienza's ship. Meanwhile, Lim will support the Liberal Party national ticket of Benigno Aquino III and Mar Roxas, while holding his own Kapayapaan, Kaunlaran at Katarungan (Peace, Prosperity and Justice) standard; Moreno will support the Nacionalista Party ticket headed by Manuel Villar.[4]

After announcement of the Lim-Moreno ticket, former Philippine National Police chief Avelino Razon announced that he had chosen Moreno as his running mate. After Moreno's announcement that he will run under Lim's banner, at least six councilors bolted from Asenso Manileño and went to Razon's side.[5] Moreno eventually became a guest candidate in Razon's ticket, as his vice mayoral candidate.[6]

The primary issue for the upcoming campaign is the retention of the oil depots at Pandacan. Lim and Moreno supported its retention while Atienza and Bagatsing supported its removal.[7]

Atienza, leader of the Liberal Party wing not recognized by both the Commission on Elections and the Supreme Court, will be the "guest candidate" of the Joseph Estrada-led Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP). Atienza, a Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo supporter, has maintained cordial relations with Estrada.[8] In the end, Atienza's certificate of candidacy stated that he was nominated by the Liberal Party,[9] but under the "Buhayin ang MayniLA" (Revive Manila) ticket, and as a guest candidate of the PMP.[10] His guest candidacy was later upgraded to a full-fledged nomination by the PMP as announced by the party's director for political affairs.[11]

ResultsEdit

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.

Mayoral election resultsEdit

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.[9]

<tr style="background: #E9E9E9"><th colspan="2">Party</th><th>Candidate</th><th>Votes</th><th>%</th></tr><tr><td style="background-color: #DDDDDD"> </td><td>Independent</td><td>Onofre Abad</td><td align="right"> </td><td align="right">%</td></tr><tr><td style="background-color:
  1. ffa500"> </td><td>Buhayin ang MayniLA (Independent)</td><td>Lito Atienza</td><td align="right"> </td><td align="right">%</td></tr><tr><td style="background-color: #DDDDDD"> </td><td>Independent</td><td>Ma. Teresita Hizon</td><td align="right"> </td><td align="right">%</td></tr><tr><td style="background-color: #f0e68c"> </td><td>KKK</td><td>Alfredo Lim</td><td align="right"> </td><td align="right">%</td></tr><tr><td style="background-color: #DDDDDD"> </td><td>Independent</td><td>Matilde Limbre</td><td align="right"> </td><td align="right">%</td></tr><tr><td style="background-color: #4AA02C"> </td><td>NPC</td><td>Avelino Razon</td><td align="right"> </td><td align="right">%</td></tr><tr><td style="background-color: #DDDDDD"> </td><td>Independent</td><td>Benjamin Rivera</td><td align="right"> </td><td align="right">%</td></tr><tr style="background: #F6F6F6"><td align="right" colspan="3">Majority</td><td align="right"></td><td align="right"></td></tr>
</table> Notes:

Vice mayoral election resultsEdit

Parties are as stated in their certificate of candidacies.[9]

Manila mayoral election</td>
<tr style="background: #E9E9E9"><th colspan="2">Party</th><th>Candidate</th><th>Votes</th><th>%</th></tr><tr><td style="background-color:
  1. ffa500"> </td><td>Independent</td><td>Bonjay Isip-Garcia</td><td align="right"> </td><td align="right">%</td></tr><tr><td style="background-color:
  2. 98fb98"> </td><td>Nacionalista/Asenso Manileño</td><td>Isko Moreno (Francisco Domagoso)</td><td align="right"> </td><td align="right">%</td></tr><tr><td style="background-color:
  3. CC0000"> </td><td>Lapiang Manggagawa</td><td>Francisco Pizarra</td><td align="right"> </td><td align="right">%</td></tr><tr><td style="background-color: #DDDDDD"> </td><td>Independent</td><td>Benjamin Riano, Sr.</td><td align="right"> </td><td align="right">%</td></tr><tr style="background: #F6F6F6"><td align="right" colspan="3">Majority</td><td align="right"></td><td align="right"></td></tr>
</table>
  • Moreno's Asenso Manileño party is in coalition with the Nacionalista Party, and is a "guest candidate" of Lim's KKK and Razon's We Are the Reason Movement.

Congressional electionsEdit

Each of Manila's six legislative districts elects one representative to the House of Representatives. The candidate with the highest amount of votes wins the seat.

1st DistrictEdit

Benjamin Asilo is the incumbent. Arlene Koa is co-nominated by Asenso Manileño. Former representative Ernesto Nieva, who was supposed to run again under Lakas-Kampi-CMD, died on February 16, 2010 due to cardiac arrest[12].

Manila vice mayoral election</td>
Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
KKK Benjamin Asilo  %
Independent Ranilo Dacay  %
KBL Fernando Diaz  %
Nacionalista Arlene Koa  %
Totals ' %

2nd DistrictEdit

Jaime Lopez of Lakas Kampi CMD is the incumbent, but he is ineligible for re-election since he is on his third consecutive term already. His party didn't nominate anyone in this district; his son Carlo is co-nominated by the Liberal Party and the KKK.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Independent Jeffry Alacre  %
Independent Jaime Balmas  %
KKK Carlo Lopez  %
Nacionalista Roland Valeriano  %
Totals ' %

3rd DistrictEdit

Zenaida Angping is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
NPC Zenaida Angping  %
Independent Wally Dizon  %
Independent Rodolfo Flores  %
Independent Erlinda Reyes  %
Independent Cristina Zamora  %
Independent Letlet Zarcal  %
Totals ' %

4th DistrictEdit

Trisha Bonoan-David is the incumbent.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Liberal Rudy Bacani  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Trisha Bonoan-David  %
Totals ' %

5th DistrictEdit

Despite under Atienza's Buhayin ang MayniLA ticket, which is supported by the Joseph Estrada-led Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino, incumbent Amado Bagatsing is the nominee of both Lakas-Kampi-CMD and local party KABACA.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 5th district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Lakas Kampi CMD Amado Bagatsing  %
Independent Jayson Española  %
Nacionalista Joey Hizon  %
Independent Rodicindo Yee Rodriguez II  %
Totals ' %

6th DistrictEdit

Despite under Atienza's Buhayin ang MayniLA ticket, which is supported by the Joseph Estrada-led Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino, incumbent Benny Abante, Jr. is Lakas-Kampi-CMD's nominee in the district.

Danilo Lacuna is also co-nominated by Asenso Manileño.

Philippine House of Representatives election at Manila's 6th district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Lakas Kampi CMD Benny Abante, Jr.  %
PGRP Marlo Gerardo Artacho  %
Nacionalista Danilo Lacuna  %
KKK Sandy Ocampo  %
Bigkis Pinoy Ronaldo Tibig  %
Independent Ramon Villanueva  %
Independent Joven Yuson  %
Totals ' %

Councilor electionsEdit

Each of Manila's six legislative districts elects six councilors to the City Council. The six candidates with the highest amount of votes wins the seats per district.

1st DistrictEdit

Party Candidate No. of Votes
KKK (Liberal) Roger Bergado
KKK (Liberal) Vicente Ocampo
KKK (Liberal) Peter Ong
KKK (Liberal) Ernesto Lim
KKK (Liberal) Romeo Venturina
Asenso Manileño (Nacionalista) Irma Alfonso
Asenso Manileño (Nacionalista) Arnel Angeles
Asenso Manileño (Nacionalista) Jesus Fajardo
Asenso Manileño (Nacionalista) Nino dela Cruz
Asenso Manileño (Nacionalista) Ferdie Sandoval
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) Dennis Alcoriza
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) Danilo Isiderio
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) German Nunez
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) Edwin Simbulan
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) Edgar Solis
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) Roland Sy
NPC Ernesto Dionisio Jr.
NPC Fermin de Jesus
NPC Dale Evangelista
NPC Ian Nieva
NPC Exmila Rabana
PMM Orlando Binuya
Independent Leticia Ramos - Miclat

2nd DistrictEdit

Party Candidate No. of Votes
KKK (Liberal) Renato "Gulay" Torno
KKK (Liberal) Rod Lacsamana
KKK (Liberal) Lourdes Gutierrez
KKK (Liberal) Ramon Robles
KKK (Liberal) Ruben Bunag
Asenso Manileño (Nacionalista) Lisa Beltran
Asenso Manileño (Nacionalista) Ruben Buenaventura
Asenso Manileño (Nacionalista) Aligayo Viceo
Asenso Manileño (Nacionalista) Edward Tan
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) Nida Buenaventura - Panti
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) Marlon Lacson
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) Pacifico Laxa
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) Numero Lim
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) Ivy Varona
Buhayin ang MayniLA (PMP) Ike Villegas
NPC Fernando Lopez

3rd DistrictEdit

   * Abante, Rodrigo Magboo "Rod"; (IND. )
   * Alonzo, Alberto Reyes "Abet"; (NP/ASENSO )
   * Alvarez, Paul Beleno "Bong"; (NPC )
   * Ang, Bernardito Chua "Bernie"; (NP )
   * Aragon, Benito Mocorro "Jayr"; (IND. )
   * Aringino, Corazon Odoño "Cora-a"; (IND. )
   * Carisosa, Pablo Repol "Pablo"; (IND. )
   * Chua, Joel Respall "Chua"; (IND. )
   * Co, Alex Callanta "Alex"; (NPC )
   * De Sagun, Elpidio Mendoza "Elmar"; (NPC )
   * Dela Pena, Don Neil Reyes "Don"; (IND. )
   * Estrada, Gilbert Lipio "Estong"; (IND. )
   * Fugoso, Ma.asuncion Garcia "Re"; (IND. )
   * Gomez, Alejandro Beato "Dados"; (IND. )
   * Gonio, Merlie Nicolan "Mer"; (IND. )
   * Gonzalez, Michael James Conde "Mike"; (LP/KKK )
   * Isip, Ernesto Jr Causing "Jong"; (NP/ASENSO )
   * Isla, Alfredo Jr Delos Santos "Dennis"; (NPC )
   * Lim, Thelma Mantchan "Thel"; (LP/KKK )
   * Lopez, Angelito Muñoz "Lito"; (IND. )
   * Malayon, Rolly Lacay "Lacay"; (IND. )
   * Melon, Henryson Chua "Henry"; (IND. )
   * Morales, Ramon Diama "Mon"; (IND. )
   * Nieto, John Marvin Cruz "Yul Servo"; (NP/ASENSO )
   * Oca, Roberto Ramon III Bagatsing "Robbie"; (IND. )
   * Santos, Ronaldo Cruz "Abdur"; (IND. )
   * Silva, Larsil Unilongo "Pips"; (IND. )

4th DistrictEdit

   * Bagatsing, Don Juan Alonso "Dj"; (IND. )
   * Beltran, Susan Salcedo "Susan"; (IND. )
   * Cayetano, Ernesto Rivera "Pipoy"; (NPC )
   * Chua, Louisito Natividad "Louie"; (NP/ASENSO )
   * Constantino, Frederick Peñaflor "Derek"; (NPC )
   * Coronel, Milagros Razon "Miles"; (NPC )
   * Gaza, Magno Culala "Manny"; (LP/KKK )
   * Lacuna-pangan, Ma Sheilah Honrado "Honey"; (NP/ASENSO )
   * Laurel, Richard De Leon "Richie"; (LP/KKK )
   * Lim, Alexander Pichay "Alex"; (IND. )
   * Lim, El Dorado Tumaliuan "Lim"; (KKK )
   * Maceda, Edward Vera Perez "Edward"; (PMP )
   * Magat, Norma Serapio "Nene"; (IND. )
   * Melendez, Arlan Vic Aguilar "Arlan"; (NP/ASENSO )
   * Ortiz, Christopher B Perez "Yangga"; (NP/ASENSO )
   * Padilla, Ramon Aquino "Robin"; (IND. )
   * Plata, Michael Gamaliel Jamias "Mike"; (IND. )
   * Quintos, Eduardo Xvi Velasco "Bimbo"; (LP/KKK )
   * Quintos, Jocelyn Javier "Jo"; (IND. )
   * Ramil, Wilson Hidalgo "Lakay"; (NPC )
   * Salgado, Vicente Omagap "Vic"; (PMP )
   * Suñiga, Pepito Muñoz "Pitong"; (NP/ASENSO )
   * Tolentino, Gerino Jr. Arambulo "Rino"; (IND. )
   * Trinidad, Melchor Sanglay "Caloy"; (IND. )

5th DistrictEdit

   * Atienza, Bartolome B Lozano "Barbie"; (NP/ASENSO )
   * Badando, Miguel Yopo "Mike"; (IND. )
   * Borromeo, Rafael Protestante "Che"; (IND. )
   * Cabigao, Susan Palaña "Susan"; (NPC )
   * Cabreza, Jose Maria Verzosa "Joey"; (IND. )
   * Clidoro, Ma. Ginny Lara "Nene"; (IND. )
   * Corpin, Raymundo Perez "Big Brother"; (IND. )
   * Cruz, Corina Carlos "Corina"; (NP )
   * Dado, Eduardo Uayan "Boy"; (IND. )
   * Gentio, Gina Pabilona "Gene"; (IND. )
   * Gernale, Corazon Caampued "Cora"; (IND. )
   * Huecas, Harry Vasquez "Huecas"; (IND. )
   * Ibay, Richard Cristobal "Ric"; (NP/ASENSO )
   * Isip, Cristina Alonso "Cristy"; (IND. )
   * Lerit, Lailanie Gaza "Lanie"; (IND. )
   * Lim, Christopher Tan "Chris"; (IND. )
   * Lopera, Marlon Singson "Cocoy"; (NPC )
   * Madelo, Reynaldo Labe "Rey"; (IND. )
   * Ocampo Iv, Pablo Dario Gorosin "Chikee"; (LP )
   * Ortega, Roberto Jr Rellosa "Robert"; (IND. )
   * Pacanut, Danny Boy Legaspi "Danny"; (IND. )
   * Siscar, Josefina Mariano "Josie"; (LP )
   * Valbuena, Roderick Dayanan "Erick"; (NP/ASENSO )
   * Valenzona, Arturo Escuadra "Turing"; (NPC )
   * Villarojas, Marlon Oria "Mar"; (IND. )
   * Villegas, Francis Villegas "Francis"; (NPC )
   * Yupangco, Raymundo Reyes "Mon"; (NP )

6th DistrictEdit

  1. Alvarez, Rosalina Perfecto "Rose"; (IND. )
  2. Anglo, Michael Costales "Mike"; (IND. )
  3. Aspiras, Regina Aquino "Gina"; (NPC )
  4. Avecilla, Rafael Movido "Raffy"; (IND. )
  5. Cabigao, Vladimir Alarique Tan "Amir"; (IND. )
  6. Castañeda, Carlos Cruz "Caloy"; (IND. )
  7. Castillo, Urbano Cumpas "Gerry"; (IND. )
  8. Concepcion, Romeo Escolastico "Rc"; (IND. )
  9. Dawis-asuncion, Jocelyn Balingit "Joy"; (IND. )
  10. Ibay, Jose Antonio Lira "Tony"; (NPC )
  11. Jamias, Segundina Ramirez "Jamias"; (IND. )
  12. Lacuna, Danilo V Jr Honrado "Dennis"; (NP/ASENSO )
  13. Logarta, Julio Jr Esteban "Ging"; (NPC )
  14. Lontoc, Richard King "Chard"; (NP/ASENSO )
  15. Majabague, Felix Jr. Cabayao "Boy"; (LP/KKK )
  16. Meniano, Wilfredo Domitita "Willy"; (IND. )
  17. Nicosia, Mario Maturan "Mar"; (PGRP )
  18. Par, Joel Magnabihon "Par"; (NP/ASENSO )
  19. Planas, George Blanco "George"; (NP/ASENSO )
  20. Quillope, Vicente Alexander Pandes "Apq"; (NPC )
  21. Quintos, Edward Nicolas "Eq"; (IND. )
  22. Rivera, Elizabeth Zafires "Beth"; (NP )
  23. Roca, Imelda Antivo "Melda"; (IND. )
  24. Sison, Casimiro Caguioa "Cassy"; (IND. )
  25. Tan, Eduardo Perito "Ed"; (IND. )
  26. Uy, Luis Chua "Joey"; (IND. )
  27. Veloso, Luciano Mariñas "Lou"; (LP/ASENSO MAN.

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