WINNERS: Metro Manila (NCR) Election 2019 Comelec results

MANILA, Philippines – The Commission on Election (Comelec) election results - partial and unofficial for Metro Manila (NCR) local elections are released immediately after the canvassers received data from polling precincts on Monday, May 13, 2019.
WINNERS: Metro Manila (NCR) Election 2019 Comelec results

The Luzon region to include the national capital region has more than 50% share of the total registered voters nationwide. Vote rich regions NCR, Calabarzon, and Central Luzon comprise 11.4 million of the total number of voters.


The election 2019 local list of winners for NCR's 17 cities and municipalities - Mayoralty and Vice Mayoralty are available on this page as soon as proclaimed by the board of canvassers.

List of Proclaimed Local Winners in Metro Manila:

City/Municipality Mayor Vice Mayor
Caloocan City
Las Piñas City Imelda Aguilar April Aguilar
Makati City Abby Binay Monique Lagdameo
Malabon City Lenlen Oreta Ninong dela Cruz
Mandaluyong City Menchie Abalos Anthony Suva
Manila Isko Moreno Honey Lacuna
Marikina City Marcy Teodoro Doc Marion Andres
Muntinlupa City Jaime Fresnedi Temy Simundac
Navotas City Toby Tiangco Clint Geronimo
Parañaque City Edwin Olivarez Rico Golez
Pasay City Emi Calixto-Rubiano Boyet del Rosario
Pasig City Vico Sotto Iyo Bernardo
Pateros Ike Ponce Gerald German
Quezon City Joy Belmonte Gian Sotto
San Juan City Francis Zamora Warren Villa
Taguig City Direk Lino Cayetano Ricardo Cruz
Valenzuela City Rex Gatchalian Lorie Natividad-Borja


Manila is the second most populous area in the Philippines with 1.6 million population in 2010. Among the candidates vying for Mayoralty are Onofre Abad, Isko Moreno, Erap Estrada, Alfredo Lim, Francis Pizarra, Ben Rivera, Cesil Salvador and Francis Villegas.

For Makati City, six aspirants are competing for the Mayoralty post including siblings Abby and Junjun Binay, Independent candidates Carmelle Ainne Alanzalon and Renato Bondal, PDP-Laban's Wilfredo Talag and Bigkis Pinoy's Ricardo Yabut.

Meanwhile, ten candidates are running for mayoral post in Quezon City.


For the 2019 elections, the country will adopt an automated election system (AES) for the consolidation, electronic transmission of election results and canvassing of votes using the central and transparency servers.

This is a developing story. Monitor the real-time updates on election results via this page.

— The Summit Express

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