TACLOBAN CITY – The Commission on Elections(Comelec), sitting as National Board of Canvasser (NBOC), has proclaimed An Waray party-list as one of the 14 winners in the May 13 midterm polls.
Representative Neil Benedict Montejo said the party-list garnered more than 540,000 votes, which guarantee them one congressional seat. Read the rest of this entry
After his proclamation Wednesday morning, re-elected Governor Amado Espino Jr. expressed gesture of reconciliation to political opponent Alaminos City Mayor Hernani Braganza.
With him in this photo are Nationalist People’s Coalition provincial chairman Mark Cojuangco (second from left) and re-elected officials Vice Governor Jose Ferdinand Calimlim Jr., second district Representative Leopoldo Bataoil, and first district Representative Jesus Celeste. (Photo by Liway C. Manantan-Yparraguirre)
In Pangasinan, philanthropist and socialite Rosemarie “Baby” Arenas (second from left) was proclaimed Tuesday afternoon by Provincial Elections Board of Canvassers Chairman Marino Salas.
She ran unopposed at the third congressional district and will succeed her daughter Representative Ma. Rachel J. Arenas (second from right). (Photo by Liway C. Manantan-Yparraguirre)