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Baguio City Election 2019 Unofficial Results

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Baguio City Election 2019 partial and unofficial results based on 100% election returns processed as of May 14 at 06:18pm.

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Like most Philippine cities, Baguio is governed by a mayor, vice mayor, and 12 councilors. However, as a highly urbanized city with its own charter, it is not subject to the jurisdiction of Benguet province, of which it was formerly a part. The current mayor of Baguio is Mauricio Domogan, and the lone congressional district is currently represented by Congressman Mark Go. They were elected in May 2016.

Here are the Baguio City election 2019 partial and unofficial results based on 100% election returns processed as of May 14 at 06:18pm.

Total Registered voters: 164,125

Total Votes Transmitted: 113,899

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Baguio City — Mayor

Data from 100% precints as of May 14 at 06:18pm.

# Candidate Political Party Votes % of votes
1 MAGALONG, BENJIE (NPC) NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION 41,482 37.29%
2 BILOG, EDISON (PDPLBN) PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 22,670 20.38%
3 AVILA, EDGAR (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 17,360 15.61%
4 MOLINTAS, JOSE (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 13,562 12.19%
5 YANGOT, LEANDRO JR. (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 12,635 11.36%
6 TABORA, TONY BOY (LAKAS) LAKAS CHRISTIAN MUSLIM DEMOCRATS 2,805 2.52%
7 ALHAMBRA, BENNY (IND) INDEPENDENT 378 0.34%
8 CALINGAYAN, LABIO (IND) INDEPENDENT 281 0.25%
9 PINIC, JEFFREY (IND) INDEPENDENT 65 0.06%

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Baguio City — Vice Mayor

Data from 100% precints as of May 14 at 06:18pm.

# Candidate Political Party Votes % of votes
1 OLOWAN, FAUSTINO (PDPLBN) PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 40,224 37.28%
2 LAWANA, MICHAEL (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 24,142 22.37%
3 FIANZA, PETER (IND) INDEPENDENT 19,585 18.15%
4 DATUIN, ELMER (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 18,617 17.25%
5 CORTES, RENE (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 4,549 4.22%
6 GARCIA, FELIZARDO (IND) INDEPENDENT 785 0.73%

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Lone District — Member, House of Representatives

Data from 100% precints as of May 14 at 06:18pm.

# Candidate Political Party Votes % of votes
1 GO, MARK (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 58,603 52.65%
2 DOMOGAN, MAURICIO (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 30,443 27.35%
3 ALIPING, NICASIO JR. (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 17,134 15.39%
4 BAUTISTA, PETER REY (LAKAS) LAKAS CHRISTIAN MUSLIM DEMOCRATS 4,447 3.99%
5 WASAN, RAFAEL (PDDS) PEDERALISMO NG DUGONG DAKILANG SAMAHAN-DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES 689 0.62%

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Lone District — Member, Sangguniang Panlungsod

Data from 100% precints as of May 14 at 06:18pm.

# Candidate Political Party Votes % of votes
1 ALANGSAB, JOEL (PDPLBN) PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 51,323 4.98%
2 BOMOGAO, BENNY (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 50,577 4.91%
3 TABANDA, BETTY LOURDES (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 48,826 4.74%
4 SEMBRANO, ELAINE (PDPLBN) PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 47,150 4.58%
5 YARANON, MYLEN (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 47,054 4.57%
6 COSALAN, ISABELO JR. (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 47,050 4.57%
7 ORTEGA, PACOY (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 44,018 4.27%
8 ALLAD-IW, ARTHUR (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 42,022 4.08%
9 CAYABAS, VLADIMIR (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 41,291 4.01%
10 BAGBAGEN, FRED (NUP) NATIONAL UNITY PARTY 38,048 3.69%
11 FARIÑAS, LILIA (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 37,013 3.59%
12 WEYGAN, PHILIAN LOUISE (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 32,368 3.14%
13 BUMANGLAG, BUMMY (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 31,193 3.03%
14 VERGARA, JONATHAN (NPC) NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION 30,672 2.98%
15 MANGUSAN, RYAN DALE OLAT (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 30,033 2.92%
16 MAYOS, GRACE (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 28,753 2.79%
17 CARIÑO, AB RICHARD (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 27,967 2.72%
18 PEREZ, RON (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 24,273 2.36%
19 SOMNGI, ESTEBAN (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 20,964 2.04%
20 YANG-ED, MARVIN (PFP) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 20,286 1.97%
21 GAERLAN, PAVAROTI (PDPLBN) PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 19,671 1.91%
22 SUGANO, GUELIRO (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 17,546 1.70%
23 VILLAREAL, COACH CRICKET (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 17,270 1.68%
24 ABRATIQUE, ZOSIMO (PDPLBN) PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 17,266 1.68%
25 DUMALTI, TOM (PDPLBN) PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 16,130 1.57%
26 BAGALAWIS, JOHN (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 14,967 1.45%
27 CARIÑO, PAM (PDPLBN) PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 14,925 1.45%
28 BINAY-AN, BASILIO (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 12,376 1.20%
29 BELTRAN, ED (NP) NACIONALISTA PARTY 11,578 1.12%
30 HERRERA, MARVIN (IND) INDEPENDENT 11,226 1.09%
31 FERRER, RICO-JOHN (PDPLBN) PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 10,938 1.06%
32 TONGAWAN, CONNIE (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 10,043 0.98%
33 TAN, TED (NPC) NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION 9,346 0.91%
34 JIMENEZ, VIC (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 9,277 0.90%
35 NIALLA, NICK (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 8,586 0.83%
36 DE LOS REYES, MARIO (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 8,486 0.82%
37 FARIÑAS, TINONG (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 8,352 0.81%
38 MALICDAN, C-ZAR (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 7,764 0.75%
39 MASCAREÑAS, BUTCH (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 6,983 0.68%
40 CARPIO, GITWA (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 6,647 0.65%
41 COTENG, ROBIN (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 6,490 0.63%
42 UY, GERRY (PDPLBN) PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 6,338 0.62%
43 ALAMBRA, AURORA (LAKAS) LAKAS CHRISTIAN MUSLIM DEMOCRATS 6,179 0.60%
44 REYES, AKI (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 5,695 0.55%
45 HERNANDEZ, GUILLERMO (CDP) CENTRIST DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILS. 4,458 0.43%
46 ESTOLAS, LALAINE (IND) INDEPENDENT 3,747 0.36%
47 CANUTO, PHILIP (IND) INDEPENDENT 3,499 0.34%
48 GAPUZ, EDDIE (IND) INDEPENDENT 3,159 0.31%
49 ELLAMIL, BERNARD (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 3,095 0.30%
50 LIQUETE, JAN HENRIC (IND) INDEPENDENT 2,903 0.28%
51 MONSERRATE, GORDON (IND) INDEPENDENT 2,219 0.22%
52 MONDERO, AMY (PFP) PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 1,991 0.19%

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