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IN BACOLOD
Poe, Abang Lingkod top winners
BY CHRYSEE SAMILLANO

Grace Poe of Team PNoy topped the senatorial race based on the official count of the Commission on Elections in Bacolod City with 122,388 votes, while Abang Lingkod Partylist garnered 28,194 votes.

Juan Edgardo Angara ranked second with 108,846; Alan Peter Cayetano with 107,679; Francis Escudero with 104,499; Bam Aquino with 100,377; Loren Legarda with 99,836; Aquilino Pimentel with 97,118; Migz Zubiri with 93,666; Antonio Trillanes with 89,294; Cynthia Villar with 87,182; Ramon Magsaysay Jr. with 84,545; and Risa Hontiveros with 84, 156.

Nancy Binay ranked 13 with 78,527 votes, followed by Dick Gordon with 78,251; and JV Ejercito Estrada with 68,621.

Bayan Muna ranked second in the partylist with 9,758; Gabriela Women’s Party – 9,103; Angkla – 7,828; A Teacher – 7,356, Akbayan - 6,580; OFW Family Club - 5,209; Buhay Hayaan Yumabong – 4,736; Trade Union Congress Party – 4,446; Ang Nars – 4,375; ACT Teachers – 4,281; Coalition of Senior Citizens – 4,236, and Agriculture Sector Alliance of the Philippines – 4,077.

Bacolod Congressman-elect Evelio Leonardia garnered 94,682 votes over Bacolod Rep. Anthony Golez Jr., who got 59,910 votes, independent candidate Lyndon Caña of the Liberal Party with 35,612, and independent candidate Ely Sergio Palma, 408.

Mayor-elect Monico Puentevella garnered 105,685 votes over NPC-GP mayoralty candidate, Vice Mayor Jude Thaddeus Sayson, who got 90,614 votes.

Vice Mayor-elect Greg Gasataya garnered 68,266 votes over Pamilya MKK vice mayoralty bet Vladimir Gonzalez, who got 60,121 votes, Renecito Novero of The Magnificent Seven, 55,592, and independent bet Johram Alam, 1,143.

Elected councilors El Cid Familiaran got 98,156 votes; Jocelle Batapa-Sigue – 90,271; Roberto Rojas – 86,305; Em Ang – 85,728; Carlos Jose Lopez – 85,356; Kalaw Puentevella – 83,192; Caesar Distrito – 76,206; Archie Baribar - 72,272; Wilson Gamboa Jr. – 69,034; Alex Paglumotan – 68,380; Sonya Verdeflor – 64,432; and Ana Marie Palermo – 63, 119.

  • Bart Orola garnered 56,495 votes, Israel Salanga – 54,145, Eddie Guillem -52,284, Elmer Sy – 52,191; Bong Dilag - 50,759; Mona Dia Jardin – 48,821; Andy (Pros) Leonardia – 48,155; Migs Estrella – 41,004; Andy Hagad – 38,281; Chito Jalandoni – 36,079; Frank Carbon – 34, 247; Marlon Solidum – 27,892;
  • Bob Coscolluela – 27,522; Ray Carmona – 27,022; Ric Danoy – 23,720; Paulo Lacson -23,268; May Cueva – 22,433; Julius Tamayo – 20,908; Pedro Diamante – 16,945; Raymond Fuentes – 14,823; Joe Cordova – 14,485; Manuel Huelar – 12,635; Rocky Lizares – 10,698; Edwin Balajadia – 10,457; Teresita Guadalupe – 9,564;
  • Mario Gerona – 8,178; Antonio Wong – 6,982; Genly Carreon – 5,434; Liberato Amante – 4,994; Joelyn Tison – 4,422; and Arthur Villadelgado – 3,721.*CGS

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