Cavite Provincial Board

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

Cavite Provincial Board

Sangguniang Panlalawigan ng Cavite
Type
Type
Term limits
3 terms (9 years)
Leadership
Presiding Officer
Structure
Seats19 board members
1 ex officio presiding officer
Cavite Provincial Board composition.svg
Political groups
  Nacionalista (6)
  NUP (4)
  PDP–Laban (3)
  Liberal (2)
  NPC (1)
  Independent (1)
  Non-partisan (2)
Length of term
3 years
AuthorityLocal Government Code of the Philippines
Elections
Last election
May 13, 2019
Next election
May 9, 2022
Meeting place
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Legislative Building, Provincial Capitol Compound,
Trece Martires, Cavite, Philippines
Website
Cavite Provincial Board Official Website

The members are elected via plurality-at-large voting: the province is divided into eight districts, two representatives in each district. The candidates with the highest number of votes in each district, depending on the number of members the district sends, are elected.[1] 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 Cavite.

Aside from the regular members, the board also includes the provincial federation presidents of the Liga ng mga Barangay (ABC, from its old name "Association of Barangay Captains"), the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK, youth councils) and the Philippine Councilors League (PCL).

District apportionmentEdit

Elections No. of seats per district Ex officio seats Total seats
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
2010 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 17
2013 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 17
2016 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 17
2019 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 19

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.

Vice GovernorEdit

Election
year
Name Party Ref.
2013 Jolo Revilla Lakas [2]
2016 Jolo Revilla Lakas [3]
2019 Jolo Revilla NPC [4]

1st DistrictEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Ref.
2013 Dino Carlo R. Chua
(Lakas–CMD)
Ryan R. Enriquez
(Lakas–CMD)
[2]
2016 Ryan R. Enriquez
(UNA)
Gilbert V. Gandia
(UNA)
[3]
2019 Davey Christian R. Chua
(Nacionalista)
Romel R. Enriquez
(Nacionalista)
[4]

2nd DistrictEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Ref.
2010 Rolando S. Remulla
(Lakas–CMD)
Edwin E. Malvar
(Liberal)
2013 Edralin G. Gawaran
(Lakas–CMD)
Rolando S. Remulla
(Lakas–CMD)
[2]
2016 Edralin G. Gawaran
(Lakas–CMD)
Reynaldo M. Fabian
(Lakas–CMD)
[3]
2019 Edralin G. Gawaran
(NPC)
Edwin E. Malvar
(Liberal)
[4]

3rd DistrictEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Ref.
2013 Larry Boy S. Nato
(Liberal)
Arnel M. Catimbuhan
(Liberal)
[2]
2016 Larry Boy S. Nato
(Liberal)
Homer T. Saquilayan
(Nacionalista)
[3]
2019 Jeffrey V. Asistio
(PDP–Laban)
Dennis T. Lacson
(PDP–Laban)
[4]

4th DistrictEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Ref.
2013 Teofilo B. Lara
(NUP)
Raul Rex D. Mangubat
(NUP)
[2]
2016 Teofilo B. Lara
(NUP)
Valeriano S. Encabo
(NUP)
[3]
2019 Fulgencio C. dela Cuesta Jr.
(NUP)
Valeriano S. Encabo
(NUP)
[4]

5th DistrictEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Ref.
2013 Ivee Jayne A. Reyes
(Lakas–CMD)
Marcos C. Amutan
(Lakas–CMD)
[2]
2016 Ivee Jayne A. Reyes
(UNA)
Marcos C. Amutan
(UNA)
[3]
2019 Ivee Jayne A. Reyes
(Nacionalista)
Alston Kevin A. Anarna
(Independent)
[4]

6th DistrictEdit

2013-2019Edit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Ref.
2013 Hermogenes C. Arayata III
(Liberal)
Felix A. Grepo
(Lakas–CMD)
[2]
2016 [a] Felix A. Grepo
(NUP)
Raymundo A. del Rosario
(UNA)
[3]
  1. ^ Republic Act No. 11069, approved on September 14, 2018, reapportioning the province of Cavite into eight legislative districts to make General Trias the province's sixth legislative district.[5]

2019-presentEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Ref.
2019 Felix A. Grepo
(NUP)
Kerby J. Salazar
(NUP)
[4]

7th DistrictEdit

2013-2019Edit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Ref.
2013 Irene P. Bencito
(Nacionalista)
Eireen R. Beratio-Cocos
(Liberal)
[2]
2016 Reyniel A. Ambion
(Liberal)
Reinalyne V. Varias
(UNA)
[3]

2019-presentEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Ref.
2019 Angelito H. Langit
(Nacionalista)
Crispin Diego D. Remulla
(Nacionalista)
[4]

8th DistrictEdit

Election
year
Member (party) Member (party) Ref.
2019 Reyniel A. Ambion
(PDP–Laban)
Virgilio P. Varias
(PDP–Laban)
[4]

Philippine Councilor's League PresidentEdit

Election
year
Member (party)
2013 Armando V. Bernal (Kawit)
(UNA)
2016 Kerby J. Salazar (General Trias)
(NUP)
2019 Benzen Raleigh G. Rusit (Cavite City)
(Partido Magdalo)
2019 Nickanor N. Austria, Jr. (Dasmariñas)
(NUP)

Liga ng mga Barangay PresidentEdit

Election
year
Member (party)
2013 Conrado A. Viado (Amadeo)
(Nonpartisan)
2016 Francisco Paolo P. Crisostomo (Silang)
(Nonpartisan)
2018 Francisco Paolo P. Crisostomo (Silang)
(Nonpartisan)

SK Provincial Federation PresidentEdit

Election
year
Member (party)
2018 Jerome Napoleon T. Gonzales (Dasmariñas)
(Nonpartisan)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Duterte signs law dividing Cavite into 8 districts dates". Manila Bulletin. 17 September 2018. Retrieved 27 June 2020.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h "2013 ELECTION RESULTS: CAVITE". rappler.com. 13 May 2013.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h "CERTIFIED LIST OF ELECTED PROVINCIAL CANDIDATES WITH VOTES OBTAINED AND DATE OF PROCLAMATION" (PDF). COMELEC. Retrieved October 19, 2020.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i "2019 ELECTION RESULTS: CAVITE". rappler.com. 13 May 2019.
  5. ^ "Republic Act No. 11069". officialgazette.gov.ph. Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines. Retrieved 20 June 2020.