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P'sinan extends Espino's term
LINGAYEN- – -With 71 percent total votes canvassed as of press time, Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr. was proclaimedas the governor-elect of Pangasinan as he posted 809,165 votes against Mayor Hernani Braganza’s 280,967 earmarking an overwhelming difference of 528,198.
The governor, who is considered as a runaway winner, is serving his third term on July 1 along with Vice Governor Jose Ferdinand Calimlim, Jr. who was also proclaimed by the Commission on Elections this morning with other winning candidates that include Congressman Jesus “Boying” Celeste (1st district), Congressman Leopoldo Bataoil (2nd district), and Cong. Carmen Kimi Cojuangco (5th district), who was represented by former Congressman and NPC Chair Mark Cojuangco.
CONGRATULATIONS MAYOR ELECT
BELEN T. FERNANDEZ
Dagupeños elect first woman mayor
By: EVA VISPERAS (Courtesy of Phil. Star)
DAGUPAN CITY - This premier city in Pangasinan and Northern Luzon has a new mayor.
Vice Mayor Belen Fernandez garnered 43,839 votes, defeating Mayor Benjamin Lim with a margin of 4,140 votes. Lim was also a former congressman.
Fernandez made history by being the city’s first elected woman mayor.