Bulacan Provincial Board

The Bulacan Provincial Board is the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (provincial legislature) of the Philippine province of Bulacan.

Bulacan Provincial Board

Sangguniang Panlalawigan ng Bulacan
10th Sangguniang Panlalawigan
Type
Type
Term limits
3 terms (9 years)
Leadership
Presiding Officer
Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado, NUP
since June 30, 2019
Structure
Seats14 board members
1 ex officio presiding officer
Bulacan Provincial Board composition
Political groups
  NUP (8)
  PDP–Laban (3)
  Nonpartisan (3)
Length of term
3 years
AuthorityLocal Government Code of the Philippines
Elections
Last election
May 13, 2019
Next election
May 9, 2022
Meeting place
9961Newly Renovated Bulacan Provincial Capitol Building 14.jpg
Benigno S. Aquino Jr. Hall, Bulacan Provincial Capitol, Malolos
Website
sp.bulacan.gov.ph

The members are elected via plurality-at-large voting: the province is divided into four districts, the first and fourth districts sending three members to the provincial board, while the second and third send two members; the number of candidates the electorate votes for and the number of winning candidates depends on the number of members their district sends. The vice governor is the ex officio presiding officer, and only votes to break ties. The vice governor is elected via the plurality voting system province-wide.

The districts used in appropriation of members is coextensive with the legislative districts of Bulacan, with the exception that the Legislative district of San Jose del Monte being a part of the 4th provincial board district.

District apportionmentEdit

Elections No. of seats per district Ex officio seats Reserved seats Total seats
1st 2nd 3rd 4th
2004–17 3 2 2 3 3 0 13
2017–present 3 2 2 3 3 1 14

List of membersEdit

An additional three ex officio members are the presidents of the provincial chapters of the Association of Barangay Captains, the Councilors' League, the Sangguniang Kabataan provincial president; the municipal and city (if applicable) presidents of the Association of Barangay Captains, Councilor's League and Sangguniang Kabataan, shall elect amongst themselves their provincial presidents which shall be their representatives at the board.

Starting in 2017, the province also reserved a seat for its indigenous peoples.[1]

Current membersEdit

District Board member Party Term number Start of term End of term
1st Allan Andan PDP–Laban 2 June 30, 2019 June 30, 2022
1st Romina Fermin NUP 1 June 30, 2019 June 30, 2022
1st Bernando Ople Jr. NUP 1 June 30, 2019 June 30, 2022
2nd Erlene Luz dela Cruz NUP 1 June 30, 2019 June 30, 2022
2nd Ramon Posadas NUP 1 June 30, 2019 June 30, 2022
3rd Romeo Castro NUP 1 June 30, 2019 June 30, 2022
3rd Emelita Viceo NUP 2 June 30, 2019 June 30, 2022
4th Enrique delos Santos Jr. PDP–Laban 1 June 30, 2019 June 30, 2022
4th Alex Castro NUP 2 June 30, 2019 June 30, 2022
4th Allan Ray Baluyut NUP 3 June 30, 2019 June 30, 2022
League Board member Party Term number Start of term End of term
ABC Ramlito Capistrano Nonpartisan 1 July 30, 2018 January 1, 2023
PCL William Villarica PDP–Laban 1 August 2, 2019 June 30, 2022
SK John Myron Nicolas Nonpartisan 1 June 8, 2018 January 1, 2023
Sector Board member Party Term number Start of term End of term
IPMR Liberato Sembrano Nonpartisan 1 February 5, 2021 February 5, 2024

Membership summaryEdit

Election
year
VG ABC IP
MR
PCL SK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Controlling party
2004 local ? Lakas
2007 local ? No majority
2010 local Liberal
2013 local 1 NUP
2016 local Liberal
2017 IPMR Liberal
2018 barangay Liberal
2019 local NUP

^1 The term of elected officials of the Sangguniang Kabataan elected in 2010 expired on November 30, 2013, and were not replaced.

Vice GovernorEdit

Election
year
Name Party
1998 Aurelio Plamenco Lakas
2001 Aurelio Plamenco Lakas
2004 Aurelio Plamenco Lakas
2007 Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado Lakas
2010 Daniel Fernando Lakas–Kampi
2013 Daniel Fernando NUP
2016 Daniel Fernando Liberal
2019 Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado NUP

1st DistrictEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Member (party)
2004 Pacifico Aniag
(Lakas)
Patrocinio Laderas
(Lakas)
Raul Mendoza
(Lakas)
2007 Christian Natividad
(KAMPI)
Vicente Cruz, Sr.
(Lakas)
Patrocinio Laderas
(KAMPI)
2010 Michael Fermin
(Liberal)
Felix Ople
(Liberal)
Therese Cheryll Ople
(Lakas-Kampi)
2013 Michael Fermin
(NUP)
Felix Ople
(NUP)
Therese Cheryll Ople
(NUP)
2016 Felix Ople
(Liberal)
Therese Cheryll Ople
(Liberal)
Allan Andan
(NPC)
2019 Allan Andan
(PDP–Laban)
Romina Fermin
(NUP)
Bernando Ople Jr.
(NUP)

2nd DistrictEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party)
2004 Daniel Fernando
(Lakas)
Ariel Arceo
(Lakas)
2007 Ramon Posadas
(KAMPI)
Ariel Arceo
(UNO)
2010 Ramon Posadas
(Liberal)
Enrique dela Cruz, Jr.
(Liberal)
2013 Ramon Posadas
(NUP)
Enrique dela Cruz, Jr.
(NUP)
2016 Enrique dela Cruz, Jr.
(Liberal)
Ma. Lourdes Posadas
(Liberal)
2019 Erlene Luz dela Cruz
(NUP)
Ramon Posadas
(NUP)

3rd DistrictEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party)
2004 Enrique Viudez II
(Lakas)
Ernesto Sulit
(Lakas)
2007 Enrique Viudez II
(KAMPI)
Ernesto Sulit
(Lakas)
2010 Enrique Viudez II
(Liberal)
Rino Castro
(Liberal)
2013 Rino Castro
(NUP)
Ernesto Sulit
(Liberal)
2016 Rino Castro
(NPC)
Emelita Viceo
(Liberal)
2019 Romeo Castro, Jr.
(NUP)
Emelita Viceo
(NUP)

4th DistrictEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Member (party)
2004 Enrique delos Santos
(Lakas)
Glenn Santos
(Lakas)
Primitivo Tamayo
(Lakas)
2007 Eulogio Sarmiento III
(Lakas)
Enrique delos Santos, Jr.
(KAMPI)
Glenn Santos
(KAMPI)
2010 Eulogio Sarmiento III
(Liberal)
Enrique delos Santos, Jr.
(Liberal)
Romeo Allan Robes
(Lakas-Kampi)
2013 Eulogio Sarmiento III
(NUP)
Enrique delos Santos, Jr.
(NUP)
Allan Ray Baluyut
(Nacionalista)
2016 Alexis Castro
(NPC)
Allan Ray Baluyut
(Liberal)
Perlita delos Santos
(Liberal)
2019 Enrique delos Santos, Jr.
(PDP–Laban)
Alexis Castro
(NUP)
Allan Ray Baluyut
(NUP)

Ex officio seatsEdit

Reserved seatsEdit

Year Indigenous People Mandatory Representation
2017 Norma Roque
2021 Liberato Sembrano

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Welcome to Sangguniang Panlalawigan ng Bulacan". sp.bulacan.gov.ph. Retrieved 2020-08-01.