Re-electionist Gov. Edgar Chatto is up for a landslide victory over opposition bet, Loay Mayor May Imboy.
Chatto, who is also considered a political “wonder boy” pooled a margin of over 100,000 votes over Lim.Â Partial results gave Chatto 307,701 votes while Lim got 206,888 votes.
Gov. Chatto was leading in all 47 towns and one city.
Meanwhile, Senior Board Member Dionisio Balite is leading overÂ re-electionist Vice Gov. Concepcion LimÂ in the vice gubernatorial race.
The unexpected lead of Balite came even as re-electionist Gov. Edgar Chatto is way ahead his closest rival, Loay Mayor May Imboy.
Balite pooled 259,337 against Lim’s 237,723 votes.
The ruling Liberal Party LP will have majority in the composition of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan.
In the first district, the leading bets are Benjie Arcamo, 106,568 votes; Abel Damalerio, 99,815 and 82,823 for newcomer Ricky Masamayor.Â Other bets were Donald Sevilla, 56,858 and Joe Mesina, 13,268
In the he second district, only one LP made it to the three-man composition, namely; Tommy Abapo, 79,529; Nino Rey Boniel, 60,667; Agapito Boniel, 49,029, Giehrjem Puracan, 48,042, Tonypet Ouano, 43,542 and Cris Abella, 9,499.
In the third district, Alexie Tutor, 102,834; Victor Balite, 91,781; Jade Bautista, 86,479, Elpidio Jala, 74,157. Other bets were Nathaniel Binlod, 60,742; Godofreda Tirol, 56,233; Sancho Bernales, 42,02; Â Noel Bongolto, 20,757 and Larry Omac 6,505.