New Quirino officials proclaimed
Cabarroguis, Quirino (May 17) -- The Commission on Elections (Comelec) here headed by Provincial Election Supervisor Atty. Katherine Allas proclaimed Tuesday, May 11, 2010 the new set of government officials who will govern the province for the next three years.
Proclaimed as the new congressman of the lone district of Quirino province was Governor Dakila Carlo E. Cua who won over his rival former senior board member Eleazer Balderas via landslide.
Cua also defeated Balderas in the gubernatorial race during the 2007 elections.
The newly elected congressman thanked the Quirinians for their overwhelming support and urged them to support him in his new mandate as representative of the Quirinians to the congress.
Meantime, three-termer Congressman Junie E. Cua who also won by landslide over former governor Pedro L. Bacani.
Diffun mayor May Calaunan won over her rivals, Cabarroguis mayor Dave Longid and former board member Homer Bueno.
Winning board members in the first district were Diffun Sangguniang Bayan Julius Caesar Vaquilar, incumbent Sangguniang Panlalawigan members Pedro Madarang, Jerry Pagbilao and James Aduca.
In the second district, incumbent Sangguniang Paanlalawigan Linda Dacmay topped the list of winning board members. She was followed by Alegre Ylanan, Perla Olay and Edward Salvador.
The following were the new winning mayors of the six municipalities, namely; Marlo Guillermo-Diffun, Avelino Agustin-Cabarroguis, Dionicio Vicmudo-Saguday, Jerry Agsalda-Aglipay, Rey Ylanan-Maddela and Nieverose Meneses Camma-Nagtipunan.
Guillermo, Vicmudo and Agsalda are incumbent mayors; Agustin is incumbent vice mayor; Ylanan is a comebacking mayor and Meneses-Camma replaced her husband Mayor Rosario Camma. (PIA 2) [top]