2016 Quezon City local elections

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Quezon City mayoral election, 2016
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Nominee Herbert Bautista Leon Peralta
Party Liberal UNA
Running mate Josefina Belmonte Rolando Jota
Popular vote 729,917 35,087
Percentage 80.03% 3.85%

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Nominee Martin Sanchez, Jr. Alexander Lague
Party PDP-Laban PGP
Running mate Henry Samonte
Popular vote 29,938 9,946
Percentage 3.28% 1.09%

Mayor before election

Herbert Bautista
Liberal

Elected Mayor

Herbert Bautista
Liberal

Local elections will be held in Quezon City on May 9, 2016 within the Philippine general election. Registered voters of the city elected candidates for the following elective local posts: mayor, vice mayor, district representative, and six councilors at-large for each district. There are six legislative districts in the city.

Background[edit]

Incumbent City Mayor Herbert Bautista will be facing tight competition in the mayoralty elections against Leon Peralta, an advocate against Trapos (traditional politicians) and political dynasty, NGO worker Martin Sanchez, Jr. and radioman Alex Lague. Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte, who will seek a reelection, will faced four challengers, including radioman Rolando Jota, and businessmen Henry Samonte, Allan Bantilo and Glenn Nicanor Acol.[1]

In the congressional race, only four Congressmen, Winnie Castelo, Jorge Banal, Alfred Vargas and Kit Belmonte will be running for reelection in the 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 6th districts, without any opponents. House Speaker Sonny Belmonte will faced up against Hadja Lorna Aquino and Hans Palacios in the 4th district. Incumbent representative Francisco Calalay and his predecessor Bingbong Crisologo will be tossed-up for the seat in the 1st district.[2]

Candidates[edit]

Mayor[edit]

Quezon City mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Herbert "Bistek" Bautista*[3] 729,591 80.03%
UNA Leon Peralta[3] 35,087 3.85%
PDP-Laban Martin Sanchez Jr.[3] 29,938 3.28%
PGP Alexander Lague[3] 9,946 1.09%
Margin of victory 694,830 76.19%
Valid ballots 804,888 88.25%
Invalid or blank votes 107,140 11.75%
Total votes 912,028 100%
Liberal hold

(*) Note: He was then considered by the Liberal Party to be part of their senatorial line-up but he decided to run instead as mayor.[4]

Vice Mayor[edit]

Quezon City Vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Josefina "Joy" Belmonte[3] 736,274 80.73%
PGP Henry Samonte[3] 26,254 2.88%
UNA Rolando Jota[3] 10,238 1.12%
PDP-Laban Allan Bantillo[3] 10,137 1.11%
Nacionalista Glen Acol[3] 5,151 0.57%
Margin of victory 710,020 77.85%
Valid ballots 788,054 86.41%
Invalid or blank votes 123,974 13.59%
Total votes 912,028 100%
Liberal hold

Representative[edit]

1st District[edit]

2016 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Vincent "Bingbong" Crisologo 81,799 55.20%
Liberal Francisco "Boy" Calalay 57,056 38.50%
Margin of victory 24,743 16.70%
Valid ballots 138,855 93.70%
Invalid or blank votes 9,342 6.30%
Total votes 138,855 100%
PDP-Laban gain from Liberal

2nd District[edit]

2016 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Winston "Winnie" Castelo[5] 172,001 79.36%
Invalid or blank votes 44,722 20.64%
Total votes 216,723 100.00
Liberal hold

3rd District[edit]

2016 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jorge "Bolet" Banal 79,579 75.05%
Invalid or blank votes 26,458 24.95%
Total votes 106,037 100%
Liberal hold

4th District[edit]

2016 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Feliciano "Sonny" Belmonte, Jr. 115,007 77.08%
UNA Hans Palacios 6,900 4.62%
PGP Hadja Lorna Aquino 3,961 2.47%
Margin of victory 108,107 72.44%
Valid ballots 125,598 84.17%
Invalid or blank votes 23,614 15.83%
Total votes 149,212 100%
Liberal hold

5th District[edit]

2016 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 5th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Alfred Vargas[5] 134,946 84.16%
Invalid or blank votes 25,398 15.84%
Total votes 160,344 100%
Liberal hold

6th District[edit]

2016 Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 6th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jose Christopher "Kit" Belmonte 102,171 77.69%
Invalid or blank votes 29,344 22.31%
Total votes 131,515 100%
Liberal hold

Councilor[edit]

1st District[edit]

Note: Incumbent councilors Dorothy Delarmente and Ricardo Belmonte Jr are barred and cannot seek reelection. They will running for the party-list seat as the 1st and 2nd nominees of Serbisyo sa Bayan party-list, respectively.

City Council election at Quezon City's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
PDP-Laban Anthony "Onyx" Crisologo 100,675 15.35%
Liberal Lena Marie "Mayen" Juico 88,707 13.53%
NPC Elizabeth "Tita Beth" Delarmente 86,708 13.22%
Liberal Victor "Jun" Ferrer, Jr. 85,088 12.98%
Liberal Ollie Belmonte 80,585 12.29%
Liberal Alexis "Kuya Alex" Herrera 75,979 11.59%
UNA Von Yalong 68,217 10.40%
Liberal William "Maca" Chua 51,628 7.87%
PGP Dante Yang 17,871 2.72%
Total votes 655,458 100%

2nd District[edit]

Note: Incumbent councilor Roderick Paulate cannot seek reelection due to his perpetual disqualification in the public office.

City Council election at Quezon City's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Precious Hipolito-Castelo 164,852 16.19%
Liberal Voltaire "Bong" Liban 162,097 15.92%
Liberal Ramon "Toto" Medalla 149,381 14.67%
Liberal Estrella "Star" Valmocina 141,731 13.92%
Liberal Ranulfo "Rannie" Ludovica 122,683 12.05%
NPC Roderick Paulate 109,298 10.73%
Lakas Ricardo Bello 45,232 4.44%
Independent Eddie Garcia 32,985 3.24%
UNA Direk Tarca 20,833 2.04%
PGP Glenda Araneta 19,219 1.88%
UNA Antonio Denosta 15,043 1.47%
PGP Joseph Arias 13,747 1.35%
Nacionalista Danny Liwanag 11,568 1.13%
Lakas Bianca Magada 9,085 0.89%
Total votes 1,000,456 100%

3rd District[edit]

Note: Incumbent councilor Jaime Borres is not eligible for reelection.

City Council election at Quezon City's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Allan Benedict Reyes 63,236 12.93%
Liberal Gian Carlo Sotto 58,661 12.00%
NPC Kate Coseteng 57,330 11.72%
Nacionalista Don de Leon 56,871 11.63%
NPC Franz Pumaren 56,616 11.58%
Nacionalista Eufemio Lagumbay 52,206 10.68%
PRP John Defensor 51,817 10.60%
NPC Daniel Dy 30,604 6.26%
Liberal Lengborres Dela Pasion 21,927 4.48%
NPC Teddy Borres 16,908 3.45%
Lakas Anthony Castelo 14,859 3.03%
PRP Kevin John Gamboa 3,543 0.72%
PRP Adelaida Tarronas 2,340 0.47%
PRP Oliver James Mora 1,890 0.38%
Total votes 488,808 100%

4th District[edit]

Note: Incumbent councilors Vincent Belmonte and Atty Bong Suntay are barred and cannot seek reelection. Incumbents Jessica Castelo Daza and Bayani Hipol will not run for reelection.

City Council election at Quezon City's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Marvin Rillo 101,548 16.01%
Liberal Raquel Malañgen 96,935 15.28%
Liberal Irene Belmonte 93,322 14.71%
NUP Ivy Lagman 91,928 14.49%
Liberal Maria Aurora "Marra" Suntay 91,131 14.36%
Liberal Hero Bautista 73,394 11.57%
NUP Alfredo "Al" Flores 35,915 5.66%
UNA Virgilio "Leo" Ferrer II 30,359 4.78%
PGP James Ibañez 19,742 3.11%
Total votes 634,274 100%

5th District[edit]

City Council election at Quezon City's 5th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Jose Visaya 119,408 15.95%
Liberal Karl Edgar Castelo 105,633 14.11%
Liberal Julienne Allyson Rae "Aly" Medalla 102,958 13.75%
Liberal Godofredo "Godie" Liban 98,607 13.17%
Liberal Andres Jose "Anjo" Yllana 91,581 12.23%
Liberal Allan Francisco 90,981 12.15%
UNA Jose Arnel Quebal 46,988 6.27%
UNA Alfredo "Freddy" Roxas 38,643 5.16%
PGP Johnny Revilla 32,760 4.37%
Nacionalista Clemente Racela 9,024 1.20%
UNA Rolando "Dan Alvaro" Galura 7,405 0.98%
UNA Romeo Salac 4,292 0.57%
Total votes 709,637 100%

6th District[edit]

Note: Incumbent councilor Candy Medina is barred and cannot seek reelection.

City Council election at Quezon City's 6th district
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Marivic Co-Pilar 91,671 14.89%
Liberal Melencio "Bobby" Castelo Jr. 90,371 14.68%
Liberal Rogelio "Roger" Juan 87,576 14.23%
Liberal Diorella Marie "Lala" Sotto-De Leon 83,970 13.64%
Liberal Donato "Donny" Matias 83,596 13.58%
Liberal Eric Medina 76,064 12.35%
Nacionalista Maria Teresa "Tates" Gana 59,860 9.72%
PDP-Laban Luis Saludes 17,137 2.78%
UNA Andrew San Diego 11,817 1.92%
Lakas Danilo Gaurido 6,764 1.09%
Lakas Juanito Camano 6,594 1.07%
Total votes 615,420 100%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ex-Pasig mayor eyes comeback". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 2015-10-17. Retrieved 2015-11-01.
  2. ^ "Suntay to challenge Speaker Belmonte in QC's 4th District". Manila Bulletin. 2015-11-02. Retrieved 2015-11-02.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i "QC Mayor Bautista files his COC for 2016 polls". Manila Times. 2015-10-16. Archived from the original on 2015-10-17. Retrieved 2015-10-16.
  4. ^ "Herbert Bautista backs out of Senate race". Philippine Star. 2015-10-09. Retrieved 2015-10-10.
  5. ^ a b "Bayani, Golez eye political comeback". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 2015-10-20. Retrieved 2015-10-21.