San Nicolas and Santa Teresita: Historic and Folkloric Notes about some of its Barrios

Exploring forgotten stories about the barrios of San Nicolas and Santa Teresita.

Balandis: the Slanted Houses Along a Road in Cuenca/Alitagtag

Exploring this quaint area in Cuenca and Alitagtag where the houses are slanted away from the road.

Mataasnakahoy: Historical and Folkloric Trivia about some of Its Barrios

Revisiting obscure barrio histories of the barrios of the Municipality of Mataasnakahoy.

An Old Tourist Spot in Taal Called the Pansipit Fishery

A throwback to a by-gone era, when tourists around Luzon visited this resort in Taal and Lemery.

The Hitchhiker who Gets on at the Zigzag in Cuenca Batangas Lipa

A tall tale familiar to all who drive through this curving road in Cuenca. Is it really a tall tale, though?

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27 February 2013

Height in Football

“Basketball is a tall man’s game,” it used to be said, “while football is an all man’s game.” I daresay, however, that whatever truism there is to that cliché just cannot be universal.

Exhibit A, Your Honour. This anecdote is about something that happened way back in the early eighties when I was still playing competitive football.

One afternoon training session with my football club, this 6’ 2” expatriate Norwegian asked to join scrimmage. He was not only tall but also frightfully long-legged.

26 February 2013

Teenage Pregnancy in a Catholic School

Catholic schools in this country as a matter of course are as conservative in outlook as the Church to which they belong. The degree of each school's conservatism is, to a certain extent, dictated by the religious orders that operate each school.

Suffice it to say that whatever the degree of a Catholic school's conservatism, there is in most likelihood going to be a very strongly worded statement in the student handbook against premarital sex along with the accompanying sanctions if a student is proven to have engaged in such.

Most, if not all, Catholic schools consider premarital sex as among the offences considered 'grave;' and in most likelihood will be punishable with dismissal or expulsion - or, in less diplomatic school parlance, the 'kick out.'

22 February 2013

School Activities, Accidents and Loco Parentis

I had to avert my face away from the television screen earlier this evening as the news show headlined this accident earlier today involving a group of Tourism students from Marinduque whose bus had an accident while on a field trip in Baguio. Seven people were killed and many more injured.

Perhaps the news crew should have erred on the side of discretion. I felt that shots of the dead sprawled on the streets and victims moaning in excruciating pain as they were extricated from the bus, while sensational from a journalistic point of view, were also disrespectful to the victims.

At any rate, inevitably the first questions that were being raised pertained to accountability. It is never as though anyone ever wishes for anything like this to happen; but invariably accidents – especially if there are fatalities – expose flaws in planning that most never even imagine are flaws to begin with.

20 February 2013

So I’m on Windows 8, Now What?

And because all of us users of Microsoft products are subliminally programmed to anticipate the next upgrade, naturally I was somewhat expectant when I finally made the decision to become acquainted with Windows 8. And while there are those who make a career of shunning Microsoft products, I’m afraid that I am what one can call a Windows-phile – if there is ever such a word.

I did flirt for a while with Ubuntu – an open source OS – thought it tried to place most things opposite to where Microsoft did, and subsequently decided that to continue using the OS was ultimately counterproductive.

So, but for this brief fling, I have really been with Windows for most of my computing life, having started with Windows version 3.1 on the first personal computer that I bought, a trusty old pre-Pentium x486, what a dinosaur!

18 February 2013

The Brilliance of Coco Martin as Juan de la Cruz

I am finally beginning to understand what all the fuss has been about the actor Coco Martin as I continue to follow his adventures as Juan de la Cruz in the primetime teleserye of the same title.

I knew who he was even before Juan de la Cruz, naturally. Knowing about him and being interested in him are two different things, however; and truth be told, I had not seen any of his work prior to Juan de la Cruz.

In fact, while the entire nation talked about DNA test results in his previous teleserye Walang Hanggan – which I read about on Facebook, where else – I was hopelessly ignorant because Walang Hanggan was so not my genre.

15 February 2013

These Foul-Mouthed Batangueños



I was just in this mall shop looking for an audio connector when one of the salespersons tripped and nearly stumbled on something on the floor. As she struggled to balance herself, out went the expletive which she screamed for all inside the small shop to hear.

[email protected]!!!”

Of course there were smirks all around the place. Including me.

Such an expletive would have not been out of place in some obscure little bukir; but in a mall shop?

12 February 2013

So You’re Thinking of Getting an MBA

There are a variety of reasons why people enrol in graduate school with the ultimate goal of getting a masters degree in management, most usually an MBA. There are those who are already in management and are sent by their companies to gain a theoretical perspective on the challenges already being experienced at the workplace. Some enrol on their own initiative.

There are the youngish ones who are sent to prepare them for a future in management. Others are motivated by incentives that an MBA will bring in terms of remuneration. Still others enrol to have something that will make the résumé look more competitive.

Ideally, getting into an MBA program should be a natural progression from a bachelor’s business degree. In the present, however, professionals in various fields are finding themselves in management positions in their respective organisations without really having trained for management.

11 February 2013

Time Stands Still at the Royal Serenity Spa

When LC King, a former colleague, invited me to visit her newly opened spa for a massage, my reply was typically and whimsically me. I told her in not so many words that spas were out of my league and that my experience of massages was limited to your humble barbero. While this was not necessarily true, neither was I a habitué of spas and other wellness centres.

Truth be told, and I cannot really say why, I was under the impression that spas were either for women or the rich. Well, now I know that they are not. This afternoon, since I was feeling stiff from Sunday football yesterday, I thought that I would pay the Royal Serenity Wellness Spa a visit. It was a decision that I would not regret.

First of all, the spa’s signature massage – a mixture of Balinese massage and traditional Filipino hilot – is priced similar to those offered by uppity barbershops and reasonably less than those offered by hotel-based spas.

07 February 2013

A Role Where OJ Porteria Can Prosper?

OJ Porteria, this 18-year old prodigy who won for the Philippines the recent international friendly against Myanmar, is somebody who reminds me so much of a player who I considered my footballing idol four decades ago: the great Englishman Kevin Keegan.

Keegan was about the same age as Porteria when he was plucked by Liverpool FC in 1971 from fourth division club Scunthorpe United and thrown straight into Division I action by Bill Shankly in one of the most memorable living examples of the maxim “if you’re good enough then you’re old enough.”

Keegan stood no more than 5’ 7” but, in Shankly’s own words, was “built like a tank.” He possessed an intelligent footballing brain, enjoyed a fine touch of the ball, had electric pace off the mark, was brave despite his diminutive size and seemed to have an inexhaustible amount of energy.

06 February 2013

OJ Porteria Strike Wins Myanmar Game

How in the world did we win that one? For long patches, the only consolation was that the satellite feed from Yangon was so bad we did not have to see how poorly the Philippines were playing.

In fact, it took a timely interview at halftime with team manager Dan Palami to put the performance in perspective.

Palami quite correctly gave everyone the friendly reminder that there was a reasonable amount of ordnance missing from the armoury either because players were not released by the clubs or are still recovering from injuries.

Good Start to Juan de la Cruz, the Serye

I do not watch prime time teleseryes. But I am making an exception this one time. Between the three of them, the trio of Kabayan, Korina Sanchez and Ted Failon convinced me last Monday night not to switch off the television set and see what the fuss about the new soap Juan de la Cruz was all about.

Frankly, I thought the cartoon introduction was a tad too long; although I must admit that it must have been very entertaining for children.

For the benefit of those who did not watch the opening episode, the introduction laid the background for the rest of the series and narrated how the aswangs once ruled the land until a Spanish friar arrived with a bakal na krus which could turn into a sword and which thus became a weapon against the dreaded creatures.

04 February 2013

Biologically Male; Legally Female

There are those among us who to some degree or another have been inconvenienced by a seemingly innocuous error committed by some disinterested clerk at the civil registry office who didn’t type too well, couldn’t hear too well, didn’t know how to spell or just plain had nothing between the ears.

My own name is a classic example. My Mom registered me from kindergarten to high school as Rex Raymund. Notice the ‘u.’ That was how she intended my name to be and also how I used to think of myself.

Before I went off to college, Mom decided that I was old enough to take care of my own birth certificate. That was when I discovered that Rex Raymund did not legally exist because printed on my birth certificate was Rex Raymond. With an ‘o.’

03 February 2013

Archie Perez and His Friend

The circumstances leading to the death of Ariel Carbonilla, one of the players from my high school team of 1991, have been something that I have written comprehensively about previously. The event is permanently etched in my mind, not least because it happened close by and I was among the first inside the E.R. of the hospital to which he was rushed after the accident.

Within 23 days of Ariel’s unfortunate demise, we were in the STRAA when we got word that a sophomore in the U-15 team by the name of Archie Perez was also killed in another bizarre vehicular accident in his hometown of Tanauan.

I have not really written about this accident because my recollection of it is not based on first-hand experience. My team and I passed by the family residence on our way home from the STRAA to pay our respects; and, of course, I would have heard from the family exactly what happened.

02 February 2013

Party Lists for the 2013 Philippine Elections

The posting of party lists in this web site is done as a service to the public.  All lists are for the 2013 National and Local Elections and are obtained from the official Commission on Elections web site at http://www.comelec.gov.ph/ and consolidated for the convenience of the voting public.

DISCLAIMER:  This list of candidates as provided in this web site are extracted directly from the COMELEC web site using cut and paste technology. Any typographical errors, therefore, are not native to this web site.  Please note that the lists are valid as of 31 January 2013 as indicated in the COMELEC web site.

To verify any listings, please visit the COMELEC official lists here.

1. 1-CARE
(1ST CONSUMERS ALLIANCE FOR RURAL ENERGY, INC.)
2. ABS
(ARTS BUSINESS AND SCIENCE PROFESSIONALS)
3. PASANG MASDA
(PASANG MASDA NATIONWIDE INC.)
4. OFW FAMILY
(OFW FAMILY CLUB, INC.)
5. MAGDALO
(MAGDALO PARA SA PILIPINO)
6. AMS
(ALYANSA NG MEDIA AT SHOWBIZ)
7. ABONO
(ABONO PARTY-LIST)
8. BAYANI
(BAYANI PARTY-LIST)
9. A TEACHER
(ADVOCACY FOR TEACHER EMPOWERMENT THROUGH ACTION COOPERATION AND HARMONY TOWARDS EDUCATIONAL REFORMS)
10. PWD
(PILIPINOS WITH DISABILITIES)
11. 1-LAMBAT
(ISANG LAPIAN NG MANGINGISDA AT BAYAN TUNGO SA KAUNLARAN)
12. AAMA
(ALLIANCE OF ADVOCATES IN MINING ADVANCEMENT FOR NATIONAL PROGRESS)
13. BH
(BAGONG HENERASYON)
14. SANLAKAS
(SANLAKAS)
15. AKMA-PTM
(AKSYON MAGSASAKA-PARTIDO TINIG NG MASA)
17. KABATAAN
(KABATAAN PARTY-LIST)
18. AKB
(AKO BICOL POLITICAL PARTY)
19. AANI
(ANG AGRIKULTURA NATIN ISULONG)
20. UNI-MAD
(UNITED MOVEMENT AGAINST DRUG FOUNDATION, INC.)
21. ALIM
(ACTION LEAGUE OF INDIGENOUS MASSES)
22. ALAY BUHAY
(ALAY BUHAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, INC.)
23. AN WARAY
(AN WARAY)
25. PBA
(PUWERSA NG BAYANING ATLETA)
26. FIRM 24-K
(FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC.)
27. TUCP
(TRADE UNION CONGRESS PARTY)
28. ANG LADLAD
(ANG LADLAD LGBT PARTY)
29. ADING
(ADVANCE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN NEW GENERATION)
30. ABANTE RETIREES
(ABANTE RETIREES PARTY-LIST ORGANIZATION)
31. 1-ABILIDAD
(1-ABILIDAD, INC)
32. KATRIBU
(KATRIBU INDIGENOUS PEOPLES SECTORAL PARTY)
33. COCOFED
(COCOFED-PHILIPPINE COCONUT PRODUCERS FEDERATION, INC.)
35. ATING KOOP
(ADHIKAING TINATAGUYOD NG KOOPERATIBA)
37. PISTON
(PISTON LAND TRANSPORT COALITION, INC.)
38. AGAP
(AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ALLIANCE OF THE PHILIPPINES)
39. AGBIAG!
(AGBIAG! TIMPUYOG ILOCANO, INC.)
40. ALE
(ASSOCIATION OF LABORERS AND EMPLOYEES)
42. ANG PROLIFE
(ANG PROLIFE)
43. AVE
(ALLIANCE OF VOLUNTEER EDUCATORS)
44. BINHI
(BINHI-PARTIDO NG MGA MAGSASAKA PARA SA MGA MAGSASAKA)
46. ATING GURO
(ATING GURO)
48. ARAL
(ASSOCIATION FOR RIGHTEOUSNESS ADVOCACY IN LEADERSHIP)
49. ACT TEACHERS
(ACT TEACHERS PARTY-LIST)
50. BUTIL
(BUTIL FARMERS PARTY)
51. COOP-NATCCO
(COOPERATIVE NATCCO NETWORK PARTY)
52. VFP
(VETERANS FREEDOM PARTY)
53. ACT-CIS
(ANTI-CRIME AND TERRORISM COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AND SUPPORT, INC.)
54. GABRIELA
(GABRIELA WOMEN'S PARTY)
55. 1-AAMOVER
(1-A ACTION MORAL & VALUES RECOVERY REFORM PHILIPPINES, INC.)
56. AMIN
(ANAK MINDANAO PARTY-LIST)
57. UMALAB KA
(UGNAYAN NG MARALITA LABAN SA KAHIRAPAN)
58. ALYANSA NG OFW
(ALYANSA NG OFW PARTY)
59. ABAKADA
(ABAKADA-GURO)
60. YACAP
(YOU AGAINST CORRUPTION AND POVERTY)
61. ABROAD
(ACTION BROTHERHOOD FOR ACTIVE DREAMERS, INC.)
62. KAAKBAY
(KATIPUNAN NG MGA ANAK NG BAYAN ALL FILIPINO DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT)
64. AMA
(AAGAPAY SA MATATANDA)
65. AMOR SEAMAN
(ASSOCIATION OF MARINE OFFICER & RATINGS, INC.)
66. ANAC-IP
(ANG NATIONAL COALITION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES ACTION NA)
67. ANGKLA
(ANGKLA: ANG PARTIDO NG MGA PILIPINONG MARINO, INC.)
68. ATONG PAGLAUM
(ATONG PAGLAUM, INC.)
70. ABA
(ALYANSANG BAYANIHAN NG MGA MAGSASAKA, MANGGAGAWANG BUKID AT MANGINGISDA)
71. AAMBIS-OWA
(ANG ASOSASYON SANG MANGUNGUMA NGA BISAYA-OWA MANGUNGUMA, INC.)
72. 1-AALALAY
(ISANG ALYANSANG AALALAY SA PINOY SKILLED WORKERS)
73. ABANTE KA
(ABANTE KATUTUBO, INC.)
74. 1-BAP
(1 BANAT & AHAPO PARTY-LIST COALITION)
75. BANTAY
(THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD, COUNTRY AND PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES, INC.)
76. 1 BRO-PGBI
(1 BRO-PHILIPPINE GUARDIANS BROTHERHOOD, INC.)
77. AFPSEGCO
(ALLIANCE FOR PHILIPPINES SECURITY GUARDS COOPERATIVE)
78. A-IPRA
(AGAPAY NG INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS ALLIANCE, INC.)
79. BAYAN MUNA
(BAYAN MUNA)
81. MTM PHILS
(MAMAMAYAN TUNGO SA MAUNLAD NA PILIPINAS)
82. ANG KASANGGA
(KASANGGA SA KAUNLARAN, INC.)
84. LPGMA
(LPG MARKETERS ASSOCIATION, INC.)
85. ANG MINERO
(SECTORAL PARTY OF ANG MINERO)
86. AA-KASOSYO
(KASOSYO PRODUCER-CONSUMER EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION, INC.)
87. 1 ANG PAMILYA
(UNA ANG PAMILYA PARTY-LIST)
88. 1ST KABAGIS
(1ST KABALIKAT NG BAYAN GINHAWANG SANGKATAUHAN)
89. 1-UTAK
(1-UNITED TRANSPORT KOALISYON)
90. DIWA
(DEMOCRATIC INDEPENDENT WORKERS ASSOCIATION, INC.)
91. ARC
(ALLIANCE FOR RURAL CONCERNS)
92. CIBAC
(CITIZENS' BATTLE AGAINST CORRUPTION)
93. AGILA
(AGILA NG KATUTUBONG PILIPINO, INC.)
94. 1GANAP/GUARDIANS
(1 GUARDIANS NATIONALIST OF THE PHILIPPINES, INC)
95. AGHAM
(ALYANSA NG MGA GRUPONG HALIGI NG AGHAM AT TEKNOLOHIYA PARA SA MAMAMAYAN, INC.)
96. MIGRANTE
(MIGRANTE SECTORAL PARTY OF OVERSEAS FILIPINOS AND THEIR FAMILIES)
97. AWAT MINDANAO
(ANTI-WAR/ANTI-TERROR MINDANAO PEACE MOVEMENT)
98. ALLUMAD
(ALYANSA LUMAD MINDANAO, INC)
99. ATM
(ABANTE TRIBUNG MAKABANSA)
100. PACYAW
(PILIPINO ASSOCIATION FOR COUNTRY-URBAN POOR YOUTH ADVANCEMENT AND WELFARE)
102. 115 KAP
(KAAGAPAY NG NAGKAISANG AGILANG PILIPINONG MAGSASAKA)
103. KLBP
(KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS)
104. AASENSO
(ATING AGAPAY SENTRONG SAMAHAN NG MGA OBRERO, INC.)
105. AG
(ANG GALING PINOY)
106. ALAGAD
(ALAGAD)
107. A BLESSED
(BLESSED FEDERATION OF FARMERS AND FISHERMEN INTERNATIONAL, INC.)
108. AMA
(ANG MATA'Y ALAGAAN)
109. AKAP BATA INC.
(AKAP BATA SECTORAL ORGANIZATION FOR CHILDREN, INC.)
110. SMART
(SOCIAL MOVEMENT FOR ACTIVE REFORM AND TRANSPARENCY)
111. ABP
(ALLIANCE OF BICOLNON PARTY)
112. ANAD
(ALLIANCE FOR NATIONALISM AND DEMOCRACY)
113. ADA
(AGRARIAN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION)
114. ARARO
(ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC.)
115. KAP
(KAAGAPAY NG NAGKAISANG AGILANG PILIPINONG MAGSASAKA)
116. APEC
(ASSOCIATION OF PHILIPPINE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES)
117. AKBAYAN
(AKBAYAN CITIZENS' ACTION PARTY)
118. 1-SAGIP
(SOCIAL AMELIORATION & GENUINE INTERVENTION ON POVERTY)
119. 1JAMG
(1 JOINT ALLIANCE OF MARGINALIZED GROUP, INC.)
120. AKO BAHAY
(ADHIKAIN AT KILUSAN NG ORDINARYONG TAO PARA SA LUPA, PABAHAY, HANAPBUHAY AT KAUNLARAN)
121. ADAM
(ADHIKAIN NG MGA DAKILANG ANAK MAHARLIKA)
122. AKO
(AKO AYOKO SA BAWAL NA DROGA)
123. ABAMIN
(ABANTE MINDANAO, INC.)
124. APPEND
(APPEND, INC.)
125. AGRI
(AGRI-AGRA NA REFORMA PARA SA MAGSASAKA NG PILIPINAS MOVEMENT)
126. AANGAT TAYO
(AANGAT TAYO)
127. ANG NARS
(ANG NARS, INC.)
128. GREEN FORCE
(GREEN FORCE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF MOTHER EARTH)
129. SENIOR CITIZENS
(COALITION OF ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR CITIZENS IN THE PHILIPPINES)
130. ALIF
(ANG LABAN NG INDIGINONG FILIPINO)
131. KALINGA
(KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION-BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC.)
132. ANAKPAWIS
(ANAKPAWIS)
133. 1-PABAHAY
(ISANG PANGARAP NG BAHAY SA BAGONG BUHAY NG MARALITANG KABABAYAN, INC.)
134. KAKUSA
(KAPATIRAN NG MGA NAKULONG NA WALANG SALA, INC.)
135. BUHAY
(BUHAY HAYAAN YUMABONG)
136. ABANG LINGKOD
(ABANG LINGKOD, INC.)

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Philippine Senatorial Candidates for the 2013 Elections

The posting of senatorial candidates in this web site is done as a service to the public.  All lists are for the 2013 National and Local Elections and are obtained from the official Commission on Elections web site at http://www.comelec.gov.ph/ and consolidated for the convenience of the voting public.

DISCLAIMER:  This list of candidates as provided in this web site are extracted directly from the COMELEC web site using cut and paste technology. Any typographical errors, therefore, are not native to this web site.  Please note that the lists are valid as of 31 January 2013 as indicated in the COMELEC web site.

To verify any listings, please visit the COMELEC official lists here.

  1. ALCANTARA, SAMSON (SOCIAL JUSTICE SOCIETY)
  2. ANGARA, EDGARDO (LABAN NG DEMOKRATIKONG PILIPINO)
  3. AQUINO, BENIGNO BAM (LIBERAL PARTY)
  4. BELGICA, GRECO (DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES)
  5. BINAY, NANCY (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  6. CASIÑO, TEDDY (MAKABAYANG KOALISYON NG MAMAMAYAN)
  7. CAYETANO, ALAN PETER (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  8. COJUANGCO, TINGTING (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  9. DAVID, LITO (ALLIANCE FOR THE COMMON GOOD)
  10. DELOS REYES,JC (ALLIANCE FOR THE COMMON GOOD)
  11. EJERCITO ESTRADA, JV (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  12. ENRILE, JUAN PONCE JR.(NATIONALIST PEOPLES' COALITION)
  13. ESCUDERO, CHIZ (INDEPENDENT)
  14. FALCONE, BAL (DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES)
  15. GORDON, DICK (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  16. HAGEDORN, ED (INDEPENDENT)
  17. HONASAN, GRINGO (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  18. HONTIVEROS, RISA (AKBAYAN (CITIZENS' ACTION PARTY))
  19. LEGARDA, LOREN (NATIONALIST PEOPLES' COALITION)
  20. LLASOS, MARWIL (ALLIANCE FOR THE COMMON GOOD)
  21. MACEDA, MANONG ERNIE (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  22. MADRIGAL, JAMBY (LIBERAL PARTY)
  23. MAGSAYSAY, MITOS (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)
  24. MAGSAYSAY, RAMON JR. (LIBERAL PARTY)
  25. MONTAÑO, MON (INDEPENDENT)
  26. PENSON, RICARDO (INDEPENDENT)
  27. PIMENTEL, KOKO (PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN)
  28. POE, GRACE (INDEPENDENT)
  29. SEÑERES, CHRISTIAN (DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES)
  30. TRILLANES, ANTONIO IV (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  31. VILLANUEVA, BRO.EDDIE (BANGON PILIPINAS)
  32. VILLAR,CYNTHIA HANEPBUHAY (NACIONALISTA PARTY)
  33. ZUBIRI, MIGZ (UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)

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01 February 2013

Batangas District 2 List of Candidates for the 2013 Elections

The posting of candidates for the positions of Mayor, Vice-Mayor and Councilor of the various towns and municipalities of the Province of Batangas in this web site is done as a service to the public.  All lists are for the 2013 National and Local Elections and are obtained from the official Commission on Elections web site at http://www.comelec.gov.ph/ and consolidated for the convenience of the voting public.

DISCLAIMER:  This list of candidates as provided in this web site are extracted directly from the COMELEC web site using cut and paste technology. Any typographical errors, therefore, are not native to this web site.  Please note that the lists are valid as of 31 January 2013 as indicated in the COMELEC web site.

To verify any listings, please visit the COMELEC official lists here.

CITY/MUNICIPALITY MAYOR VICE-MAYOR COUNCILOR
BATANGAS CITY DIMACUHA, EDDIE
(NPC)
TOLENTINO, JOSE
(Liberal Party)
BERBERABE, DOC JUN
(UNA)
BLANCO, ARTHUR
(Liberal Party)
PORTUGAL, ELOISA ANGELA
(NPC)
ACLAN, DHESS
(Liberal Party)
ALDOVER, GLENN
(NPC)
AMBIDA, CLAUDETTE
(NPC)
ANDAL, MARINEL
(Liberal Party)
ARRIETA, JERMAINE LOU
(UNA)
ATIENZA, SERGE
(NPC)
BAGON, CARLOS
(Liberal Party)
BALMES, KRISTINE
(Liberal Party)
BISA, CARLITO
(Independent)
BLANCO, HAMILTON
(Liberal Party)
CRUZ, ALYSSA RENEE
(NPC)
DELA ROCA, GERARDO
(NPC)
ESPINA, BENJAMIN JR.
(Liberal Party)
EVANGELIO, EDUARDO
(Liberal Party)
ILAGAN, TITA WHAM
(Independent)
LAZARTE, MANDO
(NPC)
MACARANDANG, NARCISO
(NPC)
MACATANGAY, OLIVER
(NPC)
MENDOZA, RAOUL
(Liberal Party)
MONTALBO, AILEEN GRACE
(NPC)
PLATA, NICASIO
(Liberal Party)
TAN TIU, BEN
(Liberal Party)
VILLENA, JULIAN
(NPC)
BAUAN DOLOR, RYANH
(Liberal Party)
MAGBOO, JOHNNY
(Nacionalista Party)
CASAPAO, JULIAN
(Liberal Party)
MASANGCAY, GUDING
(Nacionalista Party)
ABRAHAN, RAUL
(Nacionalista Party)
ABRAHAN, WILLIAM
(Liberal Party)
BACAL, PRESNEDY
(Liberal Party)
BACONG, RANDY
(Liberal Party)
BASILAN, ROMEL
(Independent)
BRUAL, BRIYAN
(Nacionalista Party)
CRUZAT, RONALD
(Liberal Party)
DALANGIN, YANILLE
(Nacionalista Party)
DOLOR, HERMINIO
(Liberal Party)
GIMENO, KELVIN REX
(Liberal Party)
MAGBOO, GOB
(Nacionalista Party)
MAGSINO, SAEL
(Nacionalista Party)
RAZON, ARNEL
(Nacionalista Party)
RIEGO, ILONAH MARIE
(Nacionalista Party)
RIGAT, JULIET
((Nacionalista Party)
TALAG, AVA
(Liberal Party)
VALDEZ, NEIL
(Liberal Party)
LOBO DIONA, EFREN
(Liberal Party)
MANALO, JURLY
(Nacionalista Party)
PEREZ, RENATO
(Liberal Party)
ACLAN, PABLO
(Liberal Party)
ALFILER, GERONIMO
(Liberal Party)
AMPARO, REY NELSON
(Liberal Party)
ANDAYA, MIKAEL II
(Liberal Party)
ARAJA, DEAN ALBERT
(Liberal Party)
CAMO, NILO
(Nacionalista Party)
CATADA, MARVONYLL
(Nacionalista Party)
CUETO, ERNESTO
(Liberal Party)
CUETO, TILOY
(Nacionalista Party)
DUEÑAS, RIDIAN
(Nacionalista Party)
DUEÑAS, ROOSEVELT
(Liberal Party)
EVANGELISTA, CLEMENTE
(Liberal Party)
FRANE, PAQUE
(Nacionalista Party)
GODOY, MARIO
(Nacionalista Party)
ILAGAN, MARIO
(Nacionalista Party)
LONTOC, FELIX
(Independent)
UMALI, GODOFREDO
(Nacionalista Party)
MABINI BALITA, ESPERANZA
(LAKAS)
VILLANUEVA, NILO
(Liberal Party)
BANTUGON, LEONIDO
(LAKAS)
PANOPIO, ELMAR
(Liberal Party)


AMBOY, EMILIANO
(LAKAS)
AUSTRIA, LETICIA
(LAKAS)
BAQUILLOS, LORENA
(LAKAS)
BASIT, ALEXANDER
(Liberal Party)
BELOSO, JANSSEN
(LAKAS)
BUENO, LODWIN
(Independent)
CALANGI, SIMEON JR.
(LAKAS)
ESCALONA, ALFREDO
(Liberal Party)
GUERRA, BOBET
(Liberal Party)
HERNANDEZ, JOSE NELSON
(Liberal Party)
HOMOROC, NANCY
(Liberal Party)
ILAO, SOFRONIO
(Independent)
MAGNAYE, REYNALDO
(Independent)
MAÑIBO, NONIE
(Liberal Party)
PANOPIO, OSCAR
(Independent)
PANOPIO, RITCHE
(Liberal Party)
SILVA, RONALD
(LAKAS)
VERTUCIO, ROMEO
(LAKAS)
VILLANUEVA, TRINIDAD
(Liberal Party)
VILLAS, LUZVIMINDA
(LAKAS)
SAN LUIS DIOKNO, ROBERTO
(NPC)
HUERTO, LORETO
(Liberal Party)
MENDOZA, RODOLFO
(NPC)
OCAMPO, SAMMY
(Liberal Party)
ANOYO, JIM
(Liberal Party)
ATIENZA, BERNADETTE
(NPC)
BADILLO, AMIEL 
(Liberal Party)
DE CASTRO, BENJAMIN
(NPC)
DE GRACIA, ARIOSTO
(NPC)
GAMELLA, ISIDRO
(Liberal Party)
GUMAPAC, EMER
(Independent)
HERNANDEZ, DANILO
(NPC)
HERNANDEZ, VALENTINO
(NPC)
LASALA, SIXTO
(Liberal Party)
MALIBIRAN, NORBING
(Liberal Party)
MANGUBAT, NESTOR
(Liberal Party)
MEDINA, DAN
(Liberal Party)
MENDOZA, EFREN
(Independent)
OCAMPO, AILEEN
(Liberal Party)
PAGKALIWAGAN, EDGARDO
(NPC)
PEREZ, NOEL
(NPC)
REYES, ROLANDO
(NPC)
SAN PASCUAL CONTI, ROANNA
(Nacionalista Party)
DIMAYUGA, BRENDA
(NPC)
DIMAYUGA, ANTONIO
(Liberal Party)

DIMATATAC, WILLY
(NPC)
DIMAUNAHAN, LIBRADO
(Nacionalista Party)
FIDER, DAVIS GREGORY
(Liberal Party)
MAGSAYSAY, MARLON
(Independent)


ALABA, ZACHARY ALSTON
(Nacionalista Party)
CHAVEZ, MOISES
(Liberal Party)
CONTRERAS, MARIA LOYOLA
(Nacionalista Party)
DE CASTRO, NICIA
(Liberal Party)
DIMATATAC, DAVID ANDREW
(Independent)
DIMATATAC, NORMAN
(Liberal Party)
FALTADO, DIONISIO
(Nacionalista Party)
FERNANDEZ, MARA
(Independent)
LOPEZ, ARIEL
(Liberal Party)
MAGNAYE, JULIO
(Nacionalista Party)
MANALO, PELAGIA
(Liberal Party)
MARQUEZ, REYSHANNE JOY
((Liberal Party)
MAUHAY, ANTONIO
(Nacionalista Party)
MENDOZA, GLICERIO
(Liberal Party)
RECIPEDA, LUCIA
(Nactionalista Party)
REYES, EFREN
(Liberal Party)
TAMAYO, ROLANDO
(Nactionalista Party)
VALDERRAMA, WARREN
(Nactionalista Party)
TINGLOY ALVAREZ, LARRY
(Liberal Party)
DATINGALING, DANNY
(Liberal Party)
ABANTE, GAVI
(Liberal Party)
ATIENZA, JUANITO
(Independent)
CANDAVA, BELEN
(Liberal Party)
DUMAOAL, EBET
(Liberal Party)
FERRANCULLO, JOE
(Liberal Party)
HERNANDEZ, ROLANDO
(Independent)
MACARANDANG, ROMY
(Liberal Party)
MANALO, BOY
(Liberal Party)
SAWALI, ANGEL
(Liberal Party)
SEVILLA, TOTOY
(Liberal Party)

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Facebook: How to Prevent Friends From Sending App/Game Invites

For those who have gotten tired of seeing notifications for apps and games that you either do not play or are just plain not interested in, there is salvation for you yet! You can actually prevent the app as well as your friend from sending you invites and notifications again. There is no one way to block multiple apps and friends from sending invites, however; so tiresome as it may seem, you will just have to repeat the process every time you receive a notification.

Blocking may be more beneficial to those who have fewer friends; however. Suffice it to say that those with thousands of friend may take a bit of time before the annoyance goes away. At any rate, rest assured that once you have blocked a friend and app, you will never be bothered by those two again.

And by the way, do not be annoyed with your friends. Often, the apps get your friends to send the invites and notifications in a way that they do not even realize that they are doing so.

Step 1:
Click on the link to the Apps Center to the lower left hand column of your Facebook Home Page.  The link looks like this:


Step 2:
At the bottom of the left hand column, find the link to the App Requests page.  You will find a red box notifying the number of app requests waiting for you.

The App Requests Page will have something like this:

Step 3:
Click on the X button beside the Play Now button as highlighted in the graphic below:

Step 4:
You will be presented with the dual option of blocking the app as well as preventing your friend from sending you invites again.

I recommend that you first click the link “Ignore all requests from” if you no longer wish to enable your friend to send you any more invites. If you click “Block” (plus the name of the application, which has been airbrushed), the second link to prevent your friend from sending you invites may be disabled.

Clicking on "Ignore all requests from" (plus name of your friend) will bring up this pop-up window. Click Okay to never receive any invites from your friend again.

Clicking on “Block” (plus the name of the application) will bring out this pop-up window:

Click Confirm to never again receive any invitations from this app.  Remember to repeat the process every time you receive an invite.  It may be tiresome; but each time you do this you prevent further annoyance from at least one friend and app.

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Calatagan Is Batangas’ 2012 Earthquake Capital

There were a total of 52 earthquakes that occurred in the Province of Batangas from 1 February 2012 to 1 February 2013. In other words, an earthquake occurred in the province roughly every seven days.

Of the 52 earthquakes, as many as 38 occurred in or close to the Municipality of Calatagan in Western Batangas. Another 7 occurred in or close to the Municipality of Nasugbu; 3 in or close to Batangas City; 2 in or close to the Municipality of Sto. Tomas; and 1 each in or close to the Municipalities of Calaca and Talisay.

Batangas District 3 List of Candidates for the 2013 Elections

The posting of candidates for the positions of Mayor, Vice-Mayor and Councilor of the various towns and municipalities of the Province of Batangas in this web site is done as a service to the public.  All lists are for the 2013 National and Local Elections and are obtained from the official Commission on Elections web site at http://www.comelec.gov.ph/ and consolidated for the convenience of the voting public.

DISCLAIMER:  This list of candidates as provided in this web site are extracted directly from the COMELEC web site using cut and paste technology. Any typographical errors, therefore, are not native to this web site.  Please note that the lists are valid as of 31 January 2013 as indicated in the COMELEC web site.

To verify any listings, please visit the COMELEC official lists here.

CITY/MUNICIPALITY MAYOR VICE-MAYOR COUNCILOR
AGONCILLO DE LEON, LUISITO
(UNA)
REYES, DANIEL
(Liberal Party)
ENCARNACION, DOMINGO
(Liberal Party)
MARTINEZ, ANNA QUEEN
(UNA)
BALBA, NOLASCO
(Liberal Party)
BROTONEL, EMMAN
(UNA)
CABRERA, BENITO
(Liberal Party)
CARINGAL, EDGAR
(Liberal Party)
DE LEON, KRISTER JEFF
(UNA)
DE SAGUN, TOMMY
(Independent)
ENRIQUEZ, BOY
(UNA)
ENRIQUEZ, NADY
(UNA)
FAJARDO, ROSEMELYN
(Liberal Party)
HERNANDEZ, TONY
(UNA)
HOLGADO, LUCIE
(Liberal Party)
LACAP, MAY
(UNA)
LANDICHO, BEN DELBENS
(UNA)
MENDOZA, AARON RAY
(Liberal Party)
MENDOZA, SIMEON
(Liberal Party)
PUNZALAN, MAURICE
(Liberal Party)
REYES, ABET
(UNA)
ALITAGTAG ANDAL, ANTHONY FRANCIS
(Liberal Party)
HERNANDEZ, HENRY
(Independent)
REYES, GUILLERMO
(NPC)
MARASIGAN, DONALD
(NPC)
PALINES, ANTE
(Liberal Party)
ABREU, GENARO
(Independent)
ABRIGO, MANUEL
(Independent)
ADAJAR, FLORO
(NPC)
ADAN, RODEL
(NPC)
ALBAY, VICTORIA
(Liberal Party)
ARGUELLES, FLAVIANO
(NPC)
BORROMEO, JANETH
(Liberal Party)
CHAVEZ, TONY
(Liberal Party)
DIMAANDAL, RECCIS
(Independent)
DIMACULANGAN, ERWIN
(NPC)
GONZALES, DIONISIO
(NPC)
GUTIERREZ, TOMANG
(Liberal Party)
HERNANDEZ, ALEX
(NPC)
HERNANDEZ, SOFRING
(Independent)
ILAGAN, DIONISIO
(NPC)
ILAGAN, RUBEN
(Liberal Party)
MAGUNDAYAO, REMY
(Liberal Party)
MARANAN, RAYMUNDO
(Independent)
ORDANZA, RUDY
(Liberal Party)
PONGGOS, EDILBERTO
(Liberal Party)
REYES, BERNARDO JR.
(NPC)
BALETE HIDALGO, LEOVINO
(Liberal Party)
MARALIT, WILSON
(Liberal Party)
CAGUITLA, REYNALDO
(Liberal Party)
DE OCAMPO, JOSE RUEL
(Liberal Party)
DE OCAMPO, NESTORIO
(Independent)
DIOKNO, SERVILLANO
(Independent)
ENCALLADO, DANTE
(Liberal Party)
GARCIA, GRACIANO
(Independent)
LAS, LEODY
(Liberal Party)
MARALIT, LORETO
(Liberal Party)
MARAVILLA, PRISCO
(Independent)
MAYA, GILBERTO
(Independent)
OROLA, REYNALDO
(Liberal Party)
PAYO, ALVIN
(Liberal Party)
ROXAS, ROGER
(Liberal Party)
CUENCA ENDAYA, LERRY
(Liberal Party)
REMO, EDMUNDO
(Nacionalista Party)
CUEVAS, LUCHIE
(Liberal Party)
HOSEÑA, LORDLITO
(Independent)
LA ROSA, ROLANDO
(Nacionalista Party)


ADIA, LANI
(Nacionalista Party)
CHAVEZ, APOLONIO
(Nacionalista Party)
CHAVEZ, JOJO
(Liberal Party)
COMIA, GRACE
(Nacionalista Party)
CUEVAS, IREN
(Liberal Party)
CUEVAS, ROMULO
(Nacionalista Party)
JOBLI, EMER
(Liberal Party)
LA ROSA, DANILO
(Nacionalista Party)
LARCIA, HENRY
(Nacionalista Party)
LOPEZ, PEDRO
(Liberal Party)
MAGPANTAY, ALEXANDER
(Nacionalista Party)
MALIBIRAN, NORBING
(Liberal Party)
MATIBAG, DAKILA
(Liberal Party)
PANTAS, NESTOR
(Nacionalista Party)
REMO, ARMANDO
(Liberal Party)
YU, GERALDINE
(Liberal Party)
LAUREL AMO, RANDY JAMES
(Liberal Party)
PANGANIBAN, NATALIO
(UNA)
AUSTRIA, FELIMON
(Liberal Party)
VILLANUEVA, FLORENCIO
(UNA)
DALISAY, WILLY
(Liberal Party)
ENCARNACION, NELLIE GEM
(Independent)
ENDAYA, VINCENT
(Independent)
ENRIQUEZ, EDWIN
(UNA)
GARCIA, NORVIC
(Liberal Party)
GARDIOLA, GENIE
(UNA)
GARDIOLA, LUCING
(UNA)
LANDICHO, ANDREO
(Liberal Party)
LANDICHO, REGINA
(Liberal Party)
MACARAIG, MULO
(UNA)
MAYUGA, MARIVIC 
(UNA)
MERCADO, ROBERTO
(UNA)
OGALINOLA, RACHELLE
(Liberal Party)
RODRIGUEZ, ANGELITO
(Liberal Party)
SARMIENTO, PUROY
(UNA)
SOLIS, DOMINADOR
(Liberal Party)
SUAREZ, JUANING
(UNA)
VERGARA, ERIBERTO
(Liberal Party)
VERGARA, MARVIN
(Independent)
MALVAR REYES, CARLITO
(Liberal Party)
REYES, CRISTETA
(Liberal Party)
ARANDA, MATT LOUIE
(Liberal Party)
CABELLO, OSANG
(Independent)
DELA PEÑA, JOVITO
(Liberal Party)
ENDAYA, APOLLO
(Nactionalista Party)
KALAW, VOLTAIRE
(Liberal Party)
LANTIN, ARNEL VICENTE
(Nactionalista Party)
LAT, ALBERTO
(Liberal Party)
LICARTE, EDGARDO
(Nactionalista Party)
MENDOZA, ARACELI
(Independent)
MORCILLA, HEDELITO
(Liberal Party)
PITOGO, EDNA
(Liberal Party)
RUNES, EDGAR
(Nactionalista Party)
SALUDO, AILEEN
(Liberal Party)
SAMARITA, RACHEL
(Liberal Party)
TAGLE, WILLIE
(Nactionalista Party)
MATAAS-NA-KAHOY ILAGAN, JAY
(Liberal Party)
LUNA, CALIXTO JR.
(UNA)
LAQUI, HENRY
(UNA)
SOMBRANO, DENNIS
(Liberal Party)
ACERIMO, CARMELITA
(Liberal Party)
ARIOLA, MARIO EDWIN
(Liberal Party)
CALINISAN, WILLY
(Liberal Party)
DIMAANO, FERDINAND
(Nactionalista Party)
GALICIA, SONIA
(UNA)
GARDIOLA, TEODORO
(Liberal Party)
LANDICHO, ROY
(Nactionalista Party)
LAQUI, ROMEO
(Independent)
MAGPANTAY, ENRIQUE
(Independent)
OBTIAL, ALBERTO
(Liberal Party)
OBTIAL, ORLANDO
(UNA)
ORGANO, ANTHONY
(Liberal Party)
RECINTO, ROGER ANTHONY
(UNA)
SOMBRANO, EFREN
(Liberal Party)
VERGARA, AGA
(Liberal Party)
VERGARA, CHESTER
(UNA)
SAN NICOLAS CARINGAL, REGIDOR
(Independent)
HERNANDEZ, IRENEO
(LAKAS)
SANDOVAL, PEPING
(Liberal Party)
ALVAIRA, LEONARDO
(Liberal Party)
BISCOCHO, ALEX
(LAKAS)
ABRENICA, CELSO
(LAKAS)
ARENAS, JEFFREY
(Liberal Party)
BANAAG, TOMY
(Liberal Party)
BANCORO, LYNNE
(Independent)
BARRION, CHRISTOPHER
(LAKAS)
CABATO, APOLINARIO
(Liberal Party)
COMIA, ADA
(Liberal Party)
DESEPEDA, ENTING
(Liberal Party)
GAHOL, DOMINGO JR.
(Liberal Party)
LANDICHO, LOU
(Liberal Party)
LANDICHO, TEEM
(LAKAS)
MALALUAN, HAYDEE
(LAKAS)
MATIENZO, MANUEL
(LAKAS)
MORTEL, LEO
(LAKAS)
UMANDAP, JIMMY
(Liberal Party)
VILLANUEVA, EHONG
(LAKAS)
STA. TERESITA MENDOZA, ANNA
(PMP)
SEGUNIAL, MA. AUREA
(Liberal Party)
BATHAN, CARLOS
(Liberal Party)
SALAZAR, ANTONINO
(PMP)
AQUINO, REYNALDO JR.
(PMP)
ARRIOLA, CHARLITO
(PMP)
ATIENZA, ALLEN
(PMP)
ATIENZA, RHODA
(Liberal Party)
BIHIS, NICOLAS
(Liberal Party)
CAPUNO, JAIME
(Liberal Party)
CARAAN, ISABELITA
(PMP)
CATAQUIZ, DANRICH
(Liberal Party)
DAGOOK, FRANCIA
(Independent)
MAALA, JUANITA
(Independent)
MALAPITAN, WHELMA
(Liberal Party)
MANALO, RODOLFO
(Liberal Party)
MARASIGAN, ARTEMIO JR.
(Liberal Party)
MAYUGA, FELIX
(Independent)
MENDOZA, RODOLFO
(PMP)
ONAL, ALFREDO
(PMP)
PALATTAO, DENNIS
(Liberal Party)
SISCAR, ENTING
(PMP)
TAMAYO, BARTOLOME
(PMP)
STO. TOMAS ASCAÑO, NOEL
(Independent)
FEDERICO, ATONG
(Nacionalista Party)
MALIGAYA, OSMUNDO
(Independent)
SANCHEZ, EDNA
(Independent)
SILVA, ARMENIUS
(UNA)
JAURIGUE, FORD
(Independent)
MABILANGAN, DAMASINO JR.
(UNA)
MALIJAN, GERARDO
(Independent)
RAMOS, ENAN
(Nacionalista Party)
ARCILLAS, RENANTE
(Independent)
ASCAÑO, EDWIN
(Independent)
BATHAN, PRIMO
(Nacionalista Party)
BAYLON, ARLENE
(Independent)
CARPIO, ADRIAN
(Independent)
CARPIO, DOMINGO
(Independent)
CENTENO, BABY
(Independent)
CORNEJO, VICKY
(UNA)
GONZAGA, GORGONIO
(Independent)
GONZALES, ERIC
(Nacionalista Party)
GUEVARRA, ALEXANDER
(UNA)
GUEVARRA, NONI
(Independent)
HALILI, HILLY
(Nacionalista Party)
KONNO, MIZUKI
(UNA)
MABILANGAN, DANNY
(Nacionalista Party)
MALABUYOC, ABDON
(Independent)
MALASIQUE, ACHIELLEUS
(UNA)
MALIGAYA, ROSS ALLAN
(Independent)
MALIJAN, ANDRES
(UNA)
MALIPOL, ANTONIO
(Independent)
MALIPOL, ERLINDA
(Independent)
MANARIN, SERGIO
(Independent)
MANGABAN, RENATO
(UNA)
MANTALA, RICARDO
(UNA)
MEDALLA, JON JON
(UNA)
MEER, RODEL
(Independent)
NAVARRO, HELENGRACE
(Nacionalista Party)
NAVERA, GIL
(Independent)
NORA, HAROLD GLENN
(Independent)
PECAÑA, MR. COW
(Nacionalista Party)
RAMOS, BOY
(Independent)
REYES, PETER THOMAS
(Nacionalista Party)
TRINIDAD, NICETAS
(Independent)
VILLEGAS, LEOVY
(Nacionalista Party)
TALISAY MENDOZA, AIDA
(Liberal Party)
NATANAUAN, GERRY
(PMP)
LAMANO, ALLAN
(PMP)
RAFER, GIGI 
(Liberal Party)
AALA, MARIO
(Liberal Party)
AMIGO, MANOLO
(Independent)
BANZON, BOSSING
(Independent)
BAYBAY, DEY
(Liberal Party)
CARAAN, DINO
(Liberal Party)
CRUZAT, RICARDO
(PMP)
FORMENTO, REY
(PMP)
LICMO, PJ 
(Independent)
LUNA, ARNEL
(Liberal Party)
LUNA, MELODY
(Liberal Party)
MAINOT, FLORING
(Liberal Party)
MALABANAN, LIZ
(PMP)
MENDOZA, MARVIN
(PMP)
MIRANDA, DOLFO
(PMP)
PESIGAN, LORENZ
(PMP)
PUNZALAN, LOPE
(PMP)
SALAZAR, BING
(Liberal Party)
SALAZAR, RONNIE 
(PMP)
TENORIO, MINONG
(Liberal Party)
TANAUAN CITY HALILI, ANTONIO
(NPC)
PLATON, JULIUS CAESAR II
(Liberal Party)
CORONA, JHOANNA
(Liberal Party)
FAJARDO, POL MARK
(NPC)
ATIENZA, ANGEL
(Liberal Party)
BORJA, ELEUTERIO
(Liberal Party)
CANOBAS, GILEEN
(Liberal Party)
CARPIO, CLETO
(Independent)
CASABAL, RICHARD
(Liberal Party)
CASTILLO, JOSEPH
(NPC)
CORONA, BEN
(Liberal Party)
DIVINA, NEMESIO
(NPC)
FLORES, JAKE
(Independent)
GOGUANCO, JUN
(Liberal Party)
GONZALES, GAVINO
(Liberal Party)
LIRIO, AUDIFACIO JOSE
(NPC)
LUNA, WILFREDO
(Liberal Party)
MAGPANTAY, EPIMACO
(NPC)
MALABANAN, APOLINARIO
(NPC)
MANGLO, ERIC
(Liberal Party)
MANGUBAT, BOK
(Independent)
PANGHULAN, EDGARDO 
(NPC)
PEREZ, ANTHONETTE
(NPC)
PLATON, SIMEON
(NPC)
TABING, MARISSA
(Liberal Party)
TRINIDAD, HERMAN
(NPC)
VALDEZ, MARCOS SR.
(Independent)
YSON, PANNY
(NPC)

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