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Monday, 4 July 2016

REQ| Quezon Province Quick List Winner of May 2016 Nat'l Election.

Quezon Quick List of Local Candidate Winner in May Nat’l Election 2016

The list below are the winners of the position: Governor, Vice-Governor, Representative in every district and the Board member in every district. All candidates in the said position including their political party, votes, ranks percentage and ranks is also shown. 

Mayors and under positions are not yet included in this post. 

Running For Governor In Quezon
Political Party
Votes
Percent
David Suarez
National Unity Party
744,796
97.1%
Teodorico Gonzales
Partido ng Manggagawa at Magsasaka
7,486
1.0%
Fidencio Salumbides
Independent
6,864
0.9%
Pasatiempo, Danny
Independent
4,093
0.5%
Reynolfo Raquepo
Independent
3,946
0.5%

Running For Vice-Governor In Quezon
Political Party
Votes
Percent
Samuel Nantes
Liberal Party
426,197
55.3%
Anacleto Alcala
National Unity Party
195,507
25.4%
Gary Jason Ejercito
Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino
149,316
19.4%

Running For Board Member In The 1st District Of Quezon
Political Party
Votes
Rank
Claro Talaga
National Unity Party
98,218
1
Aileen Buan
Liberal Party
53,119
2
Ayelah Deveza
National Unity Party
43,600
3
Ricky Dator
Nationalist People's Coalition
30,978
4
Serafin Dator
Independent
30,118
5
Prima Morada
Independent
18,468
6
John Eddison Mc Vey Sy Bang
Independent
13,104
7

Running For Board Member In The 2nd District Of Quezon
Political Party
Votes
Rank
Elizabeth Sio
Liberal Party
163,615
1
Ferdinand Talabong
National Unity Party
149,150
2
Hermilando Alcala
Liberal Party
107,660
3
Jonas Bryson Atienza
Liberal Party
72,815
4
Felix Avillo
Independent
58,270
5
Ejercito, Bernadeth (Pmp)
PMP
43,688
6
Glenn Gevania
Partido ng Manggagawa at Magsasaka
5,194

7

Running For Board Member In The 3rd District Of Quezon
Political Party
Votes
Rank
Donaldo Suarez
United Nationalist Alliance
93,921
1
Reyes, Vic (Nup)
NUP
62,075
2
Reynante Arrogancia
Liberal Party
45,441
3
Rodolfo Orfanel
Independent
27,937
4

Running For Board Member In The 4th District Of Quezon
Political Party
Votes
Rank
Isaias Ubana
National Unity Party      
96,130
1
Rhodora Tan
Liberal Party
77,522
2
Raquel Mendoza
National Unity Party
75,634
3
John Francis Luzano
Nationalist People's Coalition
54,217

4
Celso Arit
Liberal Party
34,236
5

Running For Representative In The 1st District Of Quezon
Political Party
Votes
Percent
Anna Katrina Enverga De La Paz
Nationalist People's Coalition
88,442

43.5%

Irvin Alcala
Liberal Party
83,793
41.2%
Teresita Dator
United Nationalist Alliance
25,418
12.5%
Carlos Portes
PDP LABAN
5,643
2.8%

Running For Representative In The 2nd District Of Quezon
Political Party
Votes
Percent
Vicente Alcala
Liberal Party
174,578
64.4%
Rosauro Masilang
Independent
85,945
31.7%
Vivencio Escueta
Independent
10,479
3.9%

Running For Representative In The 3rd District Of Quezon
Political Party
Votes
Percent
Suarez, Danny (Una)

United Nationalist Alliance
124,963

100.0%


Running For Representative In The 4th District Of Quezon
Political Party
Votes
Rank
Isaias Ubana
National Unity Party
96,130
1
Rhodora Tan
Liberal Party
77,522
2
Raquel Mendoza
National Unity Party
75,634
3
John Francis Luzano
Nationalist People's Coalition
54,217
4
Celso Arit
Liberal Party
34,236
5
Narciso Malite
Independent
27,961
6
Renato Sarmiento
Liberal Party
23,426
7
Cirilo Pareja

PARTIDO BAGONG MAHARLIKA
11,370
8
Venancio Segui

PARTIDO BAGONG MAHARLIKA
5,098
9
Damian Guerrero
Independent
3,700
10


Sources: 
Rappler Philippines


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