80% Bohol towns 1-on-1 in mayoral and VM bids

About eighty percent of the towns have their mayoral and vice mayoral bids on a one-on-one battle for the May 2019 elections.

It’s either the incumbent mayor running against a former mayor in a comeback bid to grab the mayoral post.

The towns with one-on-one mayoral bids are: 


In the first district: (Antequera) Lilioso Nunag and Simon Leo Jadulco, (Baclayon) Alvin Uy and Benny Uy; (Dauis) Mariam Sumaylo and Eileen Cimafranca; (Panglao) Leonila Montero and Venzencio Arcamo; (Calape) Nelson Yu and Felix Rengel; (Catigbi-an) Roberto Salinas and Elizabeth Mandin; (Tubigon)  William Jao and Marlon Amila; (Corella) Vito Rapal and Hilario Tocmo; (Maribojoc) Mer Arocha and Romulo Manuta; (Tagbilaran City) John Geesnell Yap and Lino Karaan;

Second District: (Buenavista) Atty. Dave Duallo and Ramil Melencion; (Clarin) Eugene Ibarra and Corcine Salera; (Talibon) Clito Garcia and Janneth Garcia; (Jetafe) Casesyon Camacho and Rodulfo dela Torre; (Dagohoy) Sofronio Apat and Escobador Autentico; (Danao) Natividad Gonzaga and Jose Cepedoza; (Trinidad) Judith Cajes and Johnny Orioque; (San Miguel) Virgilio Mendes and Bernardo Avenido; (Sagbayan) Restituto Suarez Jr. and Jimmy Torrefranca;

Third District: (Guindulman) Albino Balo and Ma. Fe Piezas; (Loboc) Leon Calipusan andEnrique Baguio; (Garcia Hernandez) Tita Gallantes and Lito Dajalos; (Lila) Arturo Piollo II and Eugene Cahiles; (Sevilla) Juliet Dano and Ernesita Digal; (Valencia) Ma. Katrina Lim and Jesus Balistoy Jr.; (Loay) Rosemarie Imboy and Hilario Ayuban; (Mabini) Juanito Jayoma and jesha Toque; (Anda) Angelina Simacio and Metodio Amper.

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