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PIA Press Release
2010/05/11

Comelec set to proclaim winning candidates in San Fernando City

By Jennilyne C. Role

San Fernando City, La Union (11 May) --- The Commission on Elections of the City of San Fernando is set to proclaim the winning city candidates at around 4:00 in the afternoon today at the People's Hall, City Hall, San Fernando City.

According to Comelec, candidates to be proclaimed based on the final and official results taken from the 99 clustered precincts covering 51,679 actual voters who cast their votes include Pablo Ortega - Mayor, who won by a wide margin votes as against his cousin-rival Carlos Ortega.

Hermenegildo Gualberto, a first-timer vice-mayor bet and a long-time epitome of the youth won by 100 votes only against incumbent Vice-Mayor Pancracio Nisce who was seen teary-eyed after the final official results of the Comelec was presented at around 3:20 dawn today.

For the sangguniang panlungsod (SP), candidates who garnered the top twelve votes according to rank include Alfredo Pablo Ortega, Francisco Ortega, Jonathan Orros, Rodolfo Abat, Joseph Bernard Valero, Joseph de Guzman, Andre Dacanay, Florentino Flores, Marylin Jucar, Lolita Dyquiangco, Wilfredo Ordoņo, and Antonio Marquez. (PIA R1/La Union) [top]

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