Provincial Government of Bulacan

Fernando wins gubernatorial seat in Bulacan

GOVERNOR-ELECT OF BULACAN. The Provincial Board of Canvassers members including (from left) Vice Chairman Renato C. Samonte, Jr., Chairman Atty. Mona Ann T. Aldana-Campos and Member Secretary Zenia G. Mostoles raise the hand of Vice Governor Daniel R. Fernando as he was proclaimed the Governor-elect of the Province of Bulacan for the year 2019-2022 yesterday at The Pavilion, Hiyas ng Bulacan Convention Center, City of Malolos, Bulacan.

CITY OF MALOLOS- Incumbent Vice Governor Daniel R. Fernando won big against his rivals in the gubernatorial race as the Provincial Board of Canvassers proclaimed him as the governor-elect of Bulacan last night in The Pavilion, Hiyas ng Bulacan Convention Center in the city.

Fernando garnered a total of 706,903 votes from the BUlakenyos while his closest competitor City of Malolos Mayor Christian D. Natividad got 406,366 votes.

The vice governor’s eat that will be vacated by Fernando will be filled up by his running mate and outgoing Governor Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado who garnered 812,859 votes, who won against Board Member Anjo Mendoza with only 452,006 votes.

According to Fernando, he and his partner Alvarado will continuously strive for a better and more progressive Bulacan.

“Tuloy-tuloy po ang ating serbisyo para sa mga Bulakenyo tulad ng pagbibigay ng libreng serbisyong medical sa mga nasa barangay, ang pagbibigay ng scholarship sa ating mga mag-aaral, gayundin ang pagsuporta sa ating mga magsasaka. Dodoblehin po natin ang serbisyo para sa lalong ikauunlad ng ating lalawigan,” Fernando said.

Meanwhile, the Province of Bulacan will be represented in the Congress by Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado for the First District, Gavini ‘Apol’ Pancho for the Second District, Lorna Silverio for the Third District, henry Villarica for the Fourth District and Rida Robes for the Lone District of the City of San Jose del Monte.

Also, the Sangguniang Panlalawigan will be composed of Board Members namely Allan Andan, Mina Fermin and Jong Ople for the First District; Ramon ‘Monet’ Posadas and Pechay dela Cruz for the Second District; Emilita Viceo and RC Nono Castro for the Third District; and Alexis Castro, Allan Ray Baluyut and Jonjon Delos Santos for the Fourth District.

The newly elected local officials of the province are set to take their oath of office on June 28, 2019.