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Partial results for provincial-level elected positions in Cavite

Partial results for provincial-level elected positions in Cavite

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Partial results for provincial-level elected positions in Cavite

Below is the list of the partial election results for the province of Cavite aggregated from Comelec data at 100%, via ABS CBN News, as of May 16, 6:00 PM.

 

Governor: Juanito Victor “Jonvic” Remulla Jr

Vice Governor: Ramon “Jolo” Revilla III

Provincial Board Member:

1st District: Davey Chua, Romel Enriquez
2nd District: Aba Gawaran, Edwin Malvar
3rd District: Jeffrey Asistio, Dennis Lacson
4th District: Vale Encabo, Jun Dela Cuesta
5th District: Ivee Jaynee Reyes, Alston Kevin Anarna
6th District: Kerby Salazar, Jango Grepo
7th District: Crispin Diego “Ping” Remulla, Angelito Langit
8th District: Rainier Ambion, Virgilio Varias

Congressman:

1st District: BoyBlue Abaya
2nd District: Strike Revilla
3rd District: AA Advincula
4th District: Pidi Barzaga
5th District: Dahlia Loyola
6th District: Luis Ferrer IV
7th District: Jesus Crispin “Boying” Remulla
8th District: Bambol Tolentino

Mayor and Vice Mayor:

Alfonso: Randy Salamat and Madona Pel
Amadeo: Redel John Dionisio and Conrado Viado
Bacoor City: Lani Revilla and Karen Evaristo
Carmona: Roy Loyala and Cesar Ines Jr
Cavite City: Totie Paredes and Denver Chua
Dasmariñas City: Jenny Barzaga and Rex Mangubat
General Mariano Alvarez: Walter Echevarria, Jr. and Maricel Torres
General Emilio Aguinaldo: Nelia Angeles and Louel Golfo
General Trias City: Antonio Ferrer and Morit Sison
Imus City: Emmanuel Maliksi and Ony Cantimbuhan
Indang: Perfecto Fidel and Ismael Rodil
Kawit: Angelo Emilio Aguinaldo and Armando Bernal
Magallanes: Jasmin Maligaya and Renato Dimapilis
Maragondon: Reynaldo Rillo and Alfred Bersabe
Mendez-Nuñez: Eric Vida and Cocoy Mendoza
Naic: Junio Dualan and Roger Pangilinan
Noveleta: Dino Chua and Arlynn Torres
Rosario: Jose Ricafrente Jr and Jose Voltaire Ricafrente
Silang: Corie Poblete and Aidel Belamide
Tagaytay City: Agnes Tolentino and Mok Ambion
Tanza: Yuri Pacumio and Munding Del Rosario
Ternate: Lamberto Bambao and Jun Gubio
Trece Martires City: Gemma Lubigan and Bobby Montehermoso

 

 

The winners of the 2019 Midterm Elections will take office on June 30, 2019, halfway through the term of President Rodrigo Duterte. The term of these provincial-level officials will end on June 30, 2022.

 

 

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