Tuesday, May 17, 2016

It's LP landslide win in Inopacan for 2016 national & local elections

Congratulations to those who made it. For those who didn't, don't despair. It's not the end of the road. If your desire is really to serve Inopacan and the Inopacnons, you can still do it in hundred other ways. It could be better and more honorable than of becoming a  politician.

Mayor Loloy Lumarda and his vice, Jojo Pua, were uncontested. Thus, they both won even before the election.

All 8 LP candidates for Inopacan councilors won the 2016 election. All 4 Independent candidates didn't make it. 


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Winners

Name
Political Party
Votes
VILLARUBIN, ALEJANDRO
 LP
 5,691
PUA, SABING
 LP
 5,514
SUMABONG, EFREN
 LP
 5,376
DE LOS SANTOS, JEAN
 LP
 5,236
JOSEPH, TAGOLOY
 LP
 5,175
CHIONG, ARIEL
 LP
 5,076
SIAO, DIOSDADO
 LP
 4,897
MANAPSAL, EUFRONIO
 LP
 4,748

Non-winners
Name
Political Party
Votes
RULETE, FERNANDO
 Independent
 4,469
DEGORIO, FRANCISCO
 Independent
 4,150
LLOREN, ALFREDO
 Independent
 3,817
PERANDOS, KAP ANING
 Independent
 2,164



The following are COMELEC election results based on COC (click or tap the image to enlarge):




Source: https://www.pilipinaselectionresults2016.com/#/coc



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