Note: We will continue to update the results as soon as we get new data. In the meantime, you might want to share your thoughts on the lighter side of Cordillera politics.
UPDATE 4: Other list of winners is posted here. Thanks for visiting this blog, we hope you continue to visit us in the future. Meanwhile, you might also want to join our fun exercise, i.e., putting words in the mouths of our politicians here. In case you want to read more election related news about the Cordilleras, we provided you with some links here. Lastly, join us here in honoring our kailiyans who died because of this recently concluded election.
UPDATE 3: Now it’s official! Incumbent Congressman Solomon Chungalao and former Governor Teodoro Baguilat have been proclaimed by the COMELEC as Ifugao’s Congressman-elect and Governor-elect respectively. Nora Dinamling was also proclaimed as the Vice Governor-elect. Congratulations to the three of you. Source: Inquirer.
UPDATE 2 (17 May): Looks like Congressman Chungalao [read his congressional work here and his statement of assets and liabilities here] is going to win this one. Meanwhile, it’s a tight three-cornered fight in the gubernatorial race. Here’s the partial unofficial results from NAMFREL/PPCRV as of 16 May, 11 a.m.
Gubernatorial race (637 precincts)
BAGUILAT, Teodoro Jr. – 24259
PRUDENCIANO, Glenn – 22208
BALITANG, Eugene – 21886
Vice gubernatorial race
DINAMLING, Nora – 19279
MAGUIWE, Noli – 17759
CAPPLEMAN, Benjamin Sherwin – 15264
MAYAM-0, Pedro – 13716
Congressional race (600 precincts)
CHUNGALAO, Solomon – 25201
DULAWAN, John Wesley – 12280
WACHAYNA, Placido Jr. – 5654
UPDATE 1 (16 May): Will former Governor Teodoro Baguilat stage a comeback in Ifugao? He will if he manages to maintain his lead up to the very end. It’s a close fight though since only about 1,000 votes separate him from Eugene Balitang.
Here’s the partial unofficial results from the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV):
Teodoro Baguilat Jr. – 19,660
Eugene Balitang – 18,665
Glenn Prudenciano – 17,258
FIRST POST: As in the case of the Benguet post below, this is just an advance post in anticipation of the arrival of results from Ifugao. In the meantime, you might want to read our earlier posts related to this elections below. But do come back here again because we will be updating this post regularly. Thanks.