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Quezon City local elections, 2010
May 10, 2010
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Nominee Herbert Bautista Mike Defensor Ismael Mathay, Jr.
Party Liberal PRP Independent
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Nominee Mary Ann Susano
Party Independent


Running mate Janet Malaya

Mayor-elect
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Local elections will be held in the Quezon 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, four District representatives, and councilors, six in each of the city's four legislative districts.

Mayoral and vice mayoral electionEdit

Incumbents mayor Feliciano Belmonte, Jr. and vice mayor Herbert Bautista is now on their third term as mayor and vice mayor of Quezon City. Bautista announced that he is running for the mayorship of the city. They are running under the Liberal Party although Belmonte is the SVP for External Affairs of Lakas-Kampi-CMD. Belmonte's daughter Joy is Bautista's running mate. If Belmonte wins, she will be the third female vice mayor next to Charito Planas and Connie Angeles. Mayor Belmonte is running for a congressional post in the 4th District where he served there as representative from 1992 to 2001. Bautista ran for mayor in 1998, but lost to Ismael Mathay, Jr.

Former three-term mayor Ismael Mathay, Jr. is also running for mayor as an independent candidate. He served as mayor from 1992 to 2001. Before he became mayor, he was the former Quezon City 4th District Representative from 1988 to 1992. He ran for mayor in 2004 but lost to Sonny Belmonte.

Former Presidential Chief of Staff Mike Defensor is running under the People's Reform Party. Defensor was the former Quezon City 3rd District Representative, then the became the chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinate Council, Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Presidential Chief of Staff. He ran for senator under TEAM Unity, but he ranked 15 in the polls. His running mate is actress and three term 2nd District Councilor Aiko Melendez of the Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino.

Quezon City 2nd District Representative Mary Ann Susano is on her second term as representative. She is eligible to run for a third term. But, she insisted to run for mayor under the Nationalist People's Coalition. If she wins, she will be the second female mayor next to Adelina Rodriguez. Her running mate is 4th District councilor Janet Malaya. This was the first time that two females are teaming up for the highest positions in the City.

Other candidates for the mayorship are 4th District councilor Ariel Inton, Jay Bautista, John Charles Chang, Engracio Icasiano, Henry Samonte and Roberto Sombillo.

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

Quezon City mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Liberal Herbert Bautista  %
Independent John Charles Chang  %
PRP Mike Defensor  %
Independent Engracio Icasiano  %
Independent Ariel Inton  %
Independent Ismael Mathay, Jr.  %
Independent Henry Samonte  %
Independent Roberto Sombillo  %
Independent Mary Ann Susano  %
Totals ' %

Vice Mayoral election resultsEdit

Quezon City vice mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Independent Allan Bantilo  %
Liberal Joy Belmonte  %
KBL Rolando Jota  %
Independent Rodrigo Kapunan  %
PMP Aiko Melendez  %
LDP Janet Malaya  %
Independent Dave Planas  %
Independent Ma. Floriza Pusing  %
Independent Apolinario Tubera  %
Totals ' %

Congressional election resultsEdit

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Map of Quezon City's legislative districts.

1st DistrictEdit

Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Nacionalista Vincent Crisologo  %
NPC Elizabeth Delarmante  %
Independent Benjamin Mariquit  %
Independent Vivienne Tan  %
Totals ' %

2nd DistrictEdit

Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Independent Christopher Belmonte  %
Liberal Winston Castelo  %
PMP Allan Butch Francisco  %
PGRP Walter Jimenez  %
Ang Kapatiran Dante Liban  %
Independent Voltaire Godofredo Liban III  %
Independent Chuck Mathay  %
Independent Norma Nueva  %
Buklod Myreleon Peralta  %
Independent Dionisio Rellosa, Jr.  %
Independent Fernando Uy  %
Totals ' %

3rd DistrictEdit

Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Liberal Jorge Banal, Jr.  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Matias Defensor  %
Independent Pedrito Espin  %
NPC Franz Pumaren  %
Bagumbayan-VNP Catherine Violago  %
Totals ' %

4th DistrictEdit

Philippine House of Representatives election at Quezon City's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Liberal Feliciano Belmonte, Jr.  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Don de Castro  %
PMP Hans Palacios  %
Totals ' %

Councilor electionsEdit

Each of Quezon City's four legislative districts elects six councilors to the City Council. The six candidates with the highest amount of votes wins the seats per district. Some who are running are celebrities.

District 1Edit

City Council election at Quezon City's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Independent Roberto Abat  %
NPC Rommel Abesamis  %
Independent Reynaldo Aguas  %
Nacionalista Wilma Amoranto-Sarino  %
Liberal RJ Belmonte  %
Liberal Fermin Bilaos  %
Independent Nestor Borromeo  %
Nacionalista Francisco Calalay, Jr.  %
NPC Abino Andrew Cheng  %
Nacionalista Anthony Peter Crisologo  %
Independent Ramon Francisco de Guzman  %
NPC Dorothy Delarmente  %
Liberal Alexis Herrera  %
Independent Arnell Ignacio  %
Liberal Joseph Emile Juico  %
Independent Fidel Leones  %
Independent Mark Dominic Mallari  %
Nacionalista Raul Medina  %
Independent Flora Santos  %
Nacionalista Ramon Veloso, Jr.  %
NPC Marcelino Vergel de Dios, Jr.  %
Totals ' %

District 2Edit

City Council election at Quezon City's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Independent Benjamin Aquino  %
Independent Alexander Arañez  %
PGRP Alexander Arciaga  %
Independent Joseph Arias  %
Independent Esmeraldo Jose Balosa  %
Independent Hermie Bathaluna  %
Nacionalista Carlito Bernardino  %
Liberal Precious Hipolito-Castelo  %
Independent Pastor Cayobit  %
Independent Alberto Dela Cruz, Sr.  %
Independent Alfredo Espinola II  %
PMP Antonio Francisco, Jr.  %
Independent Reginald Francisco  %
Independent Rolando Galura  %
Independent Wilfredo Galvez  %
Independent Honorio Gaviola  %
Independent Henry Giron  %
NPC Gerald Jacob  %
Independent Diamond Kalaw  %
Liberal Godie Liban  %
Independent Ranulfo Ludovica  %
Independent Elvis Vergil Magnaye  %
NPC Halil Mapandi  %
Liberal Julienne Alyson Rae Medalla  %
Liberal Eden Delilah Medina  %
Independent Edison Mijares  %
Independent Reynaldo Miranda, Jr.  %
Independent Domingo Pacis, Jr.  %
NPC Roderick Paulate  %
Independent Resty Perez  %
Independent Marianito Prieto  %
PMP Jose Arnel Quebal  %
Independent Hazel Reyes (Ara Mina)  %
NPC Nicanor John Reyes IV  %
Independent Samuel Rodriguez  %
Independent Demetrio Sacueza  %
Independent Bernard Wilfred Sapitula  %
Liberal Enrico Serrano  %
PMP Cosme Soriano  %
Bagumbayan-VNP Felicano Valmocina  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Alfred Vargas  %
Independent Sotero Vargas  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Glenda Yap  %
Totals ' %

District 3Edit

City Council election at Quezon City's 3rd district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Liberal Jimmy Borres  %
Independent Emmanuel Cabañez  %
Independent Alex Cachila  %
Independent Totoy Carlos  %
Liberal Julian Coseteng  %
NPC Mario De Guzman  %
Liberal Arlene De Guzman-Ronquillo  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Don de Leon  %
PMP James Albert Dichaves  %
PMP Jaime Fabregas  %
Independent Juliet Ginete  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Mike Gonzales  %
NPC Regina Hernandez  %
Independent Jopet Inton  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Pinggoy Lagumbay  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Johgn Philip Lesaca  %
NPC Wendy Lim  %
Independent Elmer Maturan  %
NPC Gil Modesto  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Bert Nazal  %
Independent Roger Pandaan (Ogie Diaz)  %
LDP Mike Planas  %
Independent Tonton Rebulado  %
Liberal Allan Benedict Reyes  %
Independent Andoy Rosales  %
Liberal Gian Sotto  %
PGRP Tony Tamargo  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Beda Torrecampo  %
PGRP Floro Villanueva  %
Totals ' %

District 4Edit

City Council election at Quezon City's 4th district
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Independent Ed Altuna  %
Independent Bobit Aquino  %
Independent Orlan Arellano  %
Liberal Vincent Belmonte  %
Independent Suzette Bernardo  %
NPC Teddy Borres  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Raquel Bracero  %
Independent Jerrilyn Cruz  %
Independent Frederick Dabao  %
Liberal Jessica Daza  %
PMP Nonoy De Guzman  %
NPC Edgar Delfinado  %
Nacionalista Leo Ferrer  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Carl Amadeus Fider  %
Independent Jigo Garcia  %
Liberal Bayani Hipol  %
Independent James Ibañez  %
Liberal Edcel Lagman, Jr.  %
Aksyon Demokratiko Xyrus Lanot  %
Independent Jun Lipnica  %
Liberal Raquel Malangen  %
Independent Andy Moran  %
Independent Jay Ocampo  %
NPC Inday Ong  %
Independent Angela Victoria Planas  %
Nacionalista Marvin Rillo  %
KBL Gerry Sabiniano  %
Independent Regina Celeste San Miguel  %
Aksyon Demokratiko Laraine Sarmiento  %
Independent Joel Sison  %
Liberal Bong Suntay  %
Lakas Kampi CMD Maria Isabel Yokohama  %
Totals ' %

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