2013 Makati local elections

Local elections will be held in the Makati City on May 13, 2013 within the Philippine general election. The voters will elect for the elective local posts in the city: the mayor, vice mayor, the two Congressmen, and the eight councilors, six in each of the city's two legislative districts.

2013 Makati mayoral election
← 2010 May 13, 2013 2016 →
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Nominee Jun Jun Binay Rene Bondal
Party UNA Independent
Running mate Marge De Veyra Romulo "Kid" Peña Jr.

Popular vote 208,748 25,791
Percentage 83.06 10.26

Mayor before election

Jejomar Binay Jr.
UNA

Elected Mayor

Jejomar Binay Jr.
UNA

Mayoral and vice mayoral electionEdit

The incumbent Mayor Jejomar Erwin "Jun Jun" Binay is running for his second term under United Nationalist Alliance, Mayor Jun–Jun is the son of Vice President Jejomar Binay, former mayor of Makati. Mayor Jun–Jun running mate is former city administrator Marge De Veyra. his opponent for mayoralty race is a lawyer Rene Bondal who running independent, his running mate is incumbent vice mayor Romulo "Kid" Peña Jr..

Congressional electionEdit

The Incumbent 1st District Representative Monique Lagdameo won on 2010 election with a 0.19% margin to her near rival Maria Lourdes Locsin. she is now running for her reelection under UNA, her opponents is Edilberto Magsaysay, Virgilio Batalla and Miguel Lopez, Jr..

The Incumbent 2nd District Representative Mar-len Abigail Binay is running for her reelection, she is daughter of Vice President Jejomar Binay and brother of Mayor Jun–Jun Binay. her opponent is Joel Sarza running as independent.

ResultsEdit

Mayoral electionEdit

2013 Makati mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Jun Jun Binay 208,748 83.06
Independent Rene Bondal 25,791 10.26
Invalid or blank votes 16,791 6.68
Total votes 251,330 100.00
UNA hold

Vice-mayoral electionEdit

2013 Makati vice-mayoral election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Romulo Peña, Jr. 120,893 48.10
UNA Marge De Veyra 113,815 45.29
Invalid or blank votes 16,622 6.61
Total votes 251,330 100.00
Liberal hold

Congressional electionEdit

1st DistrictEdit

Monique Lagdameo is the incumbent.

2013 Philippine House of Representatives election at Makati's 1st district
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Monique Yazmin Lagdameo 86,881 70.98
Independent Virgilio Batalia 8,249 6.74
Ang Kapatiran Edilberto Cuenca 4,611 3.77
Independent Miguel Lopez, Jr. 3,182 2.60
Invalid or blank votes 19,476 15.91
Total votes 122,399 100.00
UNA hold

2nd DistrictEdit

Abigail Binay is the incumbent.

2013 Philippine House of Representatives election at Makati's 2nd district
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Mar-len Abigail Binay 107,620 83.47
Independent Joel Sarza 7,319 5.68
Invalid or blank votes 13,992 10.85
Total votes 128,931 100.00
UNA hold

City Council ElectionEdit

each of Makati City's two legislative districts elects eight councilors to the City Council. The eight candidates with the highest number of votes wins the seats per district.

Of the incumbent councilors elected in 2010, two are not seeking re-election:

  • Salvador Pangilinan, not running.

ResultsEdit

1st DistrictEdit

Makati City Council Election – 1st District
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Virgilio Hilario, Sr. 76,929 10.47
UNA Ichi Yabut 75,818 10.32
UNA Monsour Del Rosario 75,796 10.32
UNA Ferdie Eusebio 73,722 10.03
UNA Mayeth Casal-uy 70,391 9.58
UNA Tosca Puno-Ramos 69,781 9.50
UNA Idol Magpantay 65,938 8.97
UNA Romy Medina 64,380 8.76
Independent Leandro Augustine Nadal 33,860 4.61
Independent Jessy Trinidad 21,780 2.96
Liberal Glenn Enciso 20,267 2.76
Liberal Arthur Cruto 18,845 2.56
Independent Anthony Lichauco 15,880 1.87
Independent Raymond Kahiwat 13,704 1.87
Independent Lance Beltran 11,410 1.55
Independent Bambi Santos 11,166 1.52
Independent Andong Teodoro 8,030 1.09
Independent Donato Peregrina 7,091 0.97
Total votes 122,399 100.00

2nd DistrictEdit

Makati City Council Election – 2nd District
Party Candidate Votes %
UNA Leo Magpantay 84,683 10.40
UNA Doc Pasia 79,546 9.77
UNA Vincent Sese 79,132 9.72
UNA Boyet Cruzado 78,838 9.68
UNA Henry Jacome 77,356 9.50
UNA King Yabut 76,317 9.37
UNA Tetchie Nillo De Lara 73,365 9.01
UNA Ruth Tolentino 71,029 8.72
Liberal Aspi Aspillaga 65,901 8.09
Liberal Efren Arenas 33,479 4.11
Liberal Jun Opoc 29,639 3.64
Independent Roberto Brillante Jr. 23,190 2.85
Independent Tony Manalili 14,880 1.83
Independent Mariano Cruz 11,191 1.37
CDP Nenita Manongsong 8,909 1.09
Independent Beare Nemesio 6,679 0.82
Total votes 128,931 100.00

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