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  • Salid 6:49 pm on October 15, 2010 Permalink | Reply

    Secretary Lim attends tourism forum in Banaue 

  • Salid 3:14 pm on January 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply

    5 soldiers killed in Mainit, Bontoc 

    ABS-CBN News report
    with a report from Noel Alamar of Radio dzMM

    NPAs kill 5 soldiers in Mt. Province ambush
    January 28, 2010

    MANILA, Philippines – Suspected communist rebels killed 5 Army troopers in an ambush in Mt. Province, Wednesday morning.

    Col. Remegio de Vera, commander of the Philippine Army’s 501st Infantry Brigade, said troops from the 54th IB were dispatched to check a report about the presence of heavily armed members of the New People’s Army (NPA) in Barangay Mainit, Sagada town.

    De Vera said that upon reaching the tri-boundary of Sagada, Isaw and Bontoc towns, at least 20 rebels under the Kilusan Larangan Guerilla Marco ambushed the soldiers.

    He said 5 Army privates identified only through their surnames Abad, Casem, Corpus, Mayao and Ramirez, were killed. Four more soldiers were hurt in the ambush.

    De Vera said military choppers and several Army teams have been dispatched to the area to pursue the rebels.

    Unconfirmed reports say that 2 rebels were killed and 8 were wounded.

    Mainit is in Bontoc, not Sagada.
    The author probably meant the ‘tri-boundary of Sagada, Besao and Bontoc’

    Philippine Star Report by Charlie Lagasca with Artemio Dumlao

    5 soldiers killed in NPA clash
    January 29, 2010 12:00 AM

    BAYOMBONG, Nueva Vizcaya , Philippines – Five soldiers helping secure the rehabilitation of the Halsema Highway were killed in an encounter with suspected New People’s Army (NPA) rebels in Mt. Province Wednesday morning.

    Backed by helicopter gunships, men of the Army’s 5th Infantry Division based in Isabela are now pursuing the rebels believed belonging to the Kilusang Larangang Gerilya of the NPA’s Ilocos Regional Party Committee.

    Col. Loreto Magundayao, civil-military relations head of the 5th ID, said the encounter took place in Barangay Mainit at the boundary of Bontoc and Sagada towns.

    “Our government troops were there to provide further security to the ongoing construction of the (multimillion-peso) Halsema Highway project of the national government when they chanced upon the rebels,” Magundayao said.

    Killed during the firefight were Cpl. Napoleon Ramirez, and Pfcs. Joseph Casem, Velasco Mayao, Joey Corpuz, and Camilo Abad.

    Four other soldiers, including Pfc. Salvador Villanueva, were wounded in the clash.

    Inquirer NOrthern Luzon Report
    by Villamor Visaya Jr.
    January 28, 2010

    5 soldiers killed in Mountain Province clash with NPA

    CAMP MELCHOR DELA CRUZ, Isabela – At least five Army soldiers were killed while four others were hurt in a clash with communist rebels in Bontoc, Mountain Province, the military here said Thursday.

    Lieutenant Colonel Loreto Magundayao Jr., civil-military operations battalion chief and spokesman of the Army’s 5th Infantry Division based here, said Privates First Class Velasco Mayao, Camilo Abad, Joey Corpuz and Joseph Casem, and Corporal Napoleon Ramirez were killed in the firefight with about 30 New People’s Army rebels in Barangay (village) Mainit, Bontoc, at about 10 a.m. Wednesday.

    Magundayao said their field reports indicated that the NPA suffered casualties but could not say how many were killed or wounded in the clash.

    He said soldiers from the 54th Infantry Battalion were in Barangay Mainit to pursue a group of NPA rebels led by one Ka Dandan when the gunfight erupted.

    • kat 2:14 pm on February 8, 2010 Permalink

      sad news, lalo na sa mga nawalan ng asawa,tatay,anak at kamag anak…i pray that it will be over soon.

  • Salid 10:07 pm on December 8, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Abra   

    Abra 2010 candidates

    Candidates for congressman:
    Cecilia Luna ( incumbent house representative)
    Ma. Zita Valera (NP/ former governor/ wife of former governor Vicente Valera)
    Mailed Molina (former Bucloc mayor/ deposed CPLA chair)
    Maria Bernos (former mayor)

    Candidates for governor:
    Eustaquio Bersamin (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ incumbent governor)
    Lizardo Sinogo, Jr. (Independent)

    Candidates for vice governor:
    Rolando Somera (incumbent vice governor)

  • Salid 10:03 pm on December 8, 2009 Permalink | Reply

    Ifugao 2010 candidates

    Candidates for congressman:
    Teodoro Baguilat, Jr. (LP/ incumbent governor)
    Nelson Allaga (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ retired marine commandant/ major general)
    Placido Wachayna, Jr. (PMP)
    Jonathan Cuyahon (Independent)
    Justiniano Licnachan (NPC)
    Denis Habawel (NP)
    Albert Pawingi (Independent)

    Candidates for governor:
    Solomon Chungalao (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ incumbent congressman)
    Eugene Balitang (LP)
    Manuel Dangayo (Independent)

    Candidates for vice-governor:
    Nora Dinamling (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ incumbent vice governor)
    Pedro Mayam-o (LP)
    Aloysius Lumauig (Independent)

    • lancie 1:54 pm on February 16, 2010 Permalink

      nelson allaga for congressman!

  • Salid 9:30 pm on December 8, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Apayao   

    Apayao 2010 candidates

    For congressman:
    Manuel Agyao (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ incumbent congressman)
    James Bejarin (LP/ son-in-law of former congressman Lawrence Wacnag)

    For governor:
    Floydelia Diasen (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/incumbent governor)
    Jocel Baac (PMP/incumbent vice-governor)
    Macario Duguiang (NPC/former governor)
    Dante Langkit (Independent/former army officer)
    Conrado Dieza (LP/former army officer)

    For vice governor:
    Benigno Duyan (Aksyon Demokratiko)
    Camilo Lammawin, Jr. (NP/ incumbent Tabuk mayor)
    Johnny Maymaya (NPC/ incumbent Tinglayan mayor)
    Efraim Orodio (PMP/ three-term provincial board member)

    For Board Member:
    District I (Pinukpuk, Balbalan, Lubuagan, Pasil,Tinglayan):
    13 candidates
    District II (Tabuk, Tanudan, Rizal):
    10 candidates

    Tabuk candidates for mayor:
    Rainier Sarol (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ lawyer/ incumbent vice mayor)
    Ferdinand Tubban (NP/ current Tabuk City Engineer)

    Tabuk candidates for vice mayor:
    Dick Bal-o (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ lawyer/ incumbent councilor)
    Darwin Estanero (NP/ engineer)

    Tabuk candidates for city councilors:
    24 candidates

    Pinukpuk candidates for mayor:

    Dominador Belac (LP/ former governor/ former mayor)
    Irving Dasayon (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ incumbent mayor)

    Rizal candidates for mayor:
    Chris Mark dela Cruz (Independent/ incumbent mayor)
    Marcelo dela Cruz (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ former mayor/ Chris Mark’s father)
    Anita Alingog (LP)

    Tanudan candidates for mayor:
    Rhustom Dagadag (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ incumbent mayor)
    Eddie Pugao (NP)
    Johnwell Tiggangay (LP)

    Lubuagan candidates for mayor:
    James Alunday (LP/ incumbent mayor)
    Johnny Dickpus (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ incumbent vice mayor/ former mayor)

    Pasil candidates for mayor:
    James Edduba (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/ incumbent mayor)
    Arnel Banasan (NP)

    Tinglayan candidates for mayor:

    Balbalan candidates for mayor:

    • maureen 8:01 pm on January 19, 2010 Permalink

      gud eve po. I was browsing at the net and that had the chance to see Sir Conrado Diezas name in the list of candidates. If its possible po… in case you will meet him… kindly extend my regards. He was one of my foster brothers when they had their southern cruise.
      thanks so much and more power to Kalinga

    • Arth Ramos 11:09 pm on January 30, 2010 Permalink


    • juan 1:04 pm on February 21, 2010 Permalink

      Si CONRADO T. DIEZA JR????? Hindi mapapagkatiwalaan yan.. Napakadaming babae na ang ginamit nyan at binaboy.., Hindi kagustuhan ng mga babae na gamitin sila pero nagagawa nyang babuyin katawan ng mga ito.. that’s what you call… RAPE

    • Nonoy K 11:28 am on March 12, 2010 Permalink

      CONRAD DIEZA? My classmate and friend 1999-2000. It’s good to know you haven’t loss your dream and ambition to run for public office. Good luck to you. Kahit anong sabihin ng kung sino-sino diyan about you, I know you’ll do well as a public official. All the best pare ko!

    • ewood 8:33 am on March 23, 2010 Permalink

      Kalinga is facing a tremendous economic, political, and moral crises. now it is time for us to chaNGE our beloved province. in doing as such, we must also change our leaders who have been in the office for so many years yet they did nothing in transforming our province. why not put into office a man who has experience, integrity, courage, and heart fo or to face these crises. that man is only CONRAD DIEZA JR. let us vote for him. palitan natin ang traditional method of governance. good luck CONRAD DIEZA>

    • bob 1:12 pm on April 4, 2010 Permalink


    • Boboy 11:53 am on August 19, 2010 Permalink

      MR. CONRADO T. DIEZA, JR – We believe in you and in your dreams to transform our province. You may have not won this time the Public Office you are aiming, but we are not losing our Hope. Because SMART as you are, you can always find other ways to productively SERVE Kalinga not just on the elective post in our government.

      Oh and also, expect unprofessional and indignant bloggers (like Juan here), they are simply DETRactors… God Bless!

  • Salid 11:26 am on December 5, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Baguio   

    Baguio 2010 Candidates

    Candidates for Congressman:
    Reinaldo Bautista Jr. (independent/incumbent mayor)
    Felipe Ramos (independent)
    Dwight Bello III (independent)
    Rocky Thomas Balisong (Nacionalista Party/NP/incumbent councilor)
    Leandro Yangot Jr. (Liberal Party’s/LP)
    Bernardo Vergara (Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
    Edgar Avila (Puwersa ng Masang Pilipino’s/PMP)
    Rabindranath Quilala (Partido Demokratikong Pilipino/PDP-Laban)
    Braulio Yaranon (Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino’s/LDP)

    Candidates for City Mayor:
    Erlinda Lazo (independent)
    Ramon Labo (independent)
    Peter Puzon (independent)
    Julius Mandapat Jr. (independent)
    Ruben Barcelo (independent)
    Guillermo Hernandez (independent)
    Elaine Sembrano (PDP-Laban/incumbent councilor)
    Mauricio Domogan (Lakas-Kampi/incumbent representative)
    Jose Molintas (LP)
    Marquez Go (PMP)

    Candidates for City Vice Mayor:
    Daniel Farinas (Timpuyog ti Baguio-NP/incumbent vice mayor)
    Faustino Olowan (LP)
    LDP Carol Domalsin (LDP)

    Candidates for City Councilors:
    57 candidates, 12 seats
    Nicasio Aliping Jr. (incumbent councilor/withdrew from the congressional race)

  • Salid 11:02 am on December 5, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Benguet   

    Benguet 2010 Candidates

    Candidates for Congressman:
    Thomas Chamos
    Liso Agpas
    Ronald Cosalan
    Jack Dulnuan
    Bedis Guznian
    Ricardo Angluben

    Candidates for Governor:
    Raul Mencio Molintas (NPC/former governor)
    Nestor Fongwan (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/incumbent governor)
    Samuel Dangwa (Independent/incumbent congressman)

    Candidates for Vice-Governor:
    Cresencio Pacalso (incumbent vice-governor)
    Wasing Sacla

    Candidates for La Trinidad Mayor:
    Edna Tabanda (former mayor)
    Gregorio Abalos
    Artemio Galwan (incumbent mayor)

    Candidates for La Trinidad Vice Mayor:
    Samuel Esguerra (incumbent vice-mayor)
    William Esteban
    Romeo Salda

    Candidates for La Trinidad Municipal Councilors:
    25 candidates

    • rogel 8:30 pm on December 10, 2009 Permalink

      the name Liso Agpa in the congressional candidates should be LISO AGPAS. there is an error in the spelling. tnx

    • jheff 3:09 am on December 28, 2009 Permalink

      hi rogel may we also know the names of those 25 candidates for the mucipal councilors, thnx………

    • mike 11:25 am on January 6, 2010 Permalink

      what i know right now is that Roderick Awingan had filed for councilor of La Trinidad. Its time we support him, we need dependable idealist and action oriented like him.

    • david 11:32 am on January 6, 2010 Permalink

      Rod Awingan as founding president of the Centralized Quadrangle in which I am member had been spearheading countless outreach programs to far flung areas in the province of Benguet without compensation but with the desire to help those who are in need. I guess we need a new leader like him in this time when we can not even trust our government officials.

    • michael 12:45 pm on January 6, 2010 Permalink

      All we know is that Roderick Awingan had filed his candidacy for councilor for the Municipality of La Trinidad. It s time we need an idealistic and action oriented person like him. Let us support him for change.

    • jheff 5:34 am on January 17, 2010 Permalink

      Yeah this name, Mr. Roderick Awingan seems familiar to me. He had been a candidate for the past election but unable to made it for the councilorship. Now 2010 election comes, we really need to vote for a new, qualified and dedicated candidates for the national and local positions. Therefore, my familes, relatives, friends and I are giving our whole support to vote for Mr. Awingan to be soon one of the young councilors in the municipality of La Trinidad. So, Let’s vote wisely and intelligently if we want good changes in our town.

    • george 11:23 am on January 25, 2010 Permalink

      Our group will support Mr. Roderick Awingan for Councilor for 2010. When we need changes in our local government we need to change leaders whose minds are new. “Magabay tako am-in…”

    • saisy 3:43 pm on February 9, 2010 Permalink

      I don’t think so that his intention of helping those in the countryside is sincere and true. He is just like the trapo of pretending to help but at the back of his head, personal interest is what matters. We know people that are sincere and true servant, they don’t need to brag or publicize what they have done. Instead, they just work and work to help those who are in-need. I’ve seen his poster posted in every corner around the public places in Trinidad as early as October. Why on earth he is doing that.?

      Let’s not be decieved by this pretensious people. We already learned in the past.
      THank you very much


      Puguis LTB

    • Veron 7:02 pm on February 15, 2010 Permalink

      In a time when La Trinidad was not used to be. We need new leaders that we can depend on; those leaders who can create, develop and most importantly innovate on presently good plans that could provide better solutions of La Trinidad’s growing problems. Certainly, everyone thinks no one is capable of doing it.

      Looking at the list of candidates for La Trinidad the upcoming elections. We see a variety of names both new and old; both tested and untested.

      Perhaps, if we need to change a government so rotten. Then we must change our mindset that breeds pessimism every time we hear something positive. Our obligation now lies in selecting a candidate that will give us what we need.

      My dependable list will be;
      Mayor: Greg Abalos
      Vice Mayor: Romeo Salda
      Councilors: Roderick Awingan, Jim Botiwey, Henry Kipas, Mirriam Lacamen, Risperto Gascon, Estrella Adeban, Robert Namuro and Francis Lee

    • george 7:16 pm on February 15, 2010 Permalink

      I have never seen any poster of Roderick Awingan since October last year, but I have seen numerous pictures of Von Tauli, since that time. Maybe we are referring to him not Mr. Awingan.

    • vincent 9:23 pm on February 16, 2010 Permalink

      In a time like this we need to choose leaders not because they are popular nor money to work for them but we need dedicated ones that will serve their constituents will integrity and commitment in delivering wholehearted service.

      It is time not to vote for leaders who make a career of politics but deserving ones who will step down when their time is done. It is time to choose leaders based on their platforms not on how big their family tree is nor is not dependent on many wakes, baptism, marriages they have attended. We need young leaders, new breed and blood to replenish the old system that made this government so corrupt. It is time to make a change on our way of thinking.

    • torogi 12:00 am on February 23, 2010 Permalink

      So what are the plans of this Chosen Ones or Dependable lot, veron? Are these the group you are trying to advertise.

      Of all people, I hate those who try to play with people’s minds. How ironic you talk about change yet you try to advertise. This is a classic example of a wolf in a sheep’s coat. We teach people to know their candidates. We do not choose for them – Responsible Voting.

      As for your list, I will consider them BUT they will be on the BOTTOM OF MY LIST of officials who I will research on.

    • steve 1:23 pm on February 23, 2010 Permalink

      Im having hard time thinking here. Is the Samuel Dangwa running for governor, the same as the Samuel Dangwa who had been Benguet’s congressman for the last decade?

    • james sanchez 11:06 am on February 24, 2010 Permalink

      Gordon-Bayani po tayo… sila lang po ang mga karapat dapat na maging mga bagong lider natin.

    • Elizabeth 11:12 pm on March 3, 2010 Permalink

      Nestor Fongwan deserves to be re-elected as the governor of Benguet! He certainly had done his part to make Benguet to what it is today.

    • arlene 7:46 pm on March 6, 2010 Permalink

      ANAK PAWIS for party list….

    • Dennis Kalaw 4:08 pm on March 23, 2010 Permalink

      So much about Rod Awingan. If he is a true servant for the community, then he should not afford not to marry any of his two girlfriends. I think he is using the outreach programs to publicize himself as opposed to doing this sincerely. Rod Awingan has a very questionable sense of responsibility with a very bad image among the youth of Benguet. A very young official who had such lewdness, is this the kind of young leader we’ll place???

    • Dennis Kalaw 4:11 pm on March 23, 2010 Permalink

      Too many stories are spreading about him, he couldn’t even take good care of his own family, abandoned her first wife, and now living in with one tagalog woman who looks at us Igorots as minority. He is definitely at the very bottom of my list.

    • saisy 9:39 am on March 24, 2010 Permalink

      Thanks george. Yes I think it was Von Tauli not Roderick Paulate. Thank you for the correction. VOn Taule ‘s poster were posted all around La Trinidad as early as October. I hope he will not run today for any position because certainly, we will not vote for him.

      For councilors, it’s final that we don’t vote for Strella Adeban, Mr. Kipas, Lacamen simply because they have done nothing in our community. They are not origunally from La Trinidad, La Trinidad is just their second home especially Mrs. strella Adeban.

      Mrs. Strella Adeban lives here because it is here where she found a living. But she never considered this place as their home just like what the original residence here do.

    • saisy 9:58 am on March 24, 2010 Permalink

      Samuel Dangwa is more than 60 years old and for us that age is indeed really old considering our average life expectancy in our nation. When it comes to leadership however, age is not what matter but rather your integrety, honesty and dedication to serve. We believed that this man best served our Province with no question corruption or anything for that matter. He deserve everybody’s respect, and it’s our honor that he was been our leader in the past.

      I am not telling that you should vote him for governor. It is all up to you to choose the best man for the governorship position. Ernersto Fongwan too has proven its worth as a leader and i think at this moment, we need his leadership. We can’t afford to lost him at this crucial economic crisis we have. Thank you.

    • mitch 10:42 am on March 28, 2010 Permalink

      I have two deserving candidates on my list… for GOVERNOR: Nestor Fongwan…. and for VICE MAYOR: William Esteban ….. they are not corrupt…. they know what we need since they were raised and born here… may not be rich and may not be able to give out money but I’m very confident that they are honest public servants… that’s what we need … honest people in the government…

    • eson 5:26 am on March 29, 2010 Permalink

      which s which who tells d trut.. come out now n tel to d public who deserve 2 bcom r leader. com on dont jus hiding der n having ur coment n coment.

    • Darwin 6:28 pm on March 31, 2010 Permalink

      Who’s corrupt? who’s not?

    • Darwin Romano 6:32 pm on March 31, 2010 Permalink

      Roy Gascon for councilor La Trinidad, Benguet

    • Gene 8:28 am on April 3, 2010 Permalink

      We all have to focus on the past and current good work , service and achievements of our candidates rather than on personal issues .Who is more committed,goal and action oriented than Mr.Roderick Chiok Awingan.Can we use our intelligence and make wise decision when we vote?Enough on bad propaganda.Our voted officilas work for us.We deserve better as a people.

    • Gene 8:57 am on April 3, 2010 Permalink

      If we as a people continue to be simple minded and listen to bad propaganda,we can not succeed as a community.Once and for all,give Roderick Awingan the chance to prove himself and continue to serve us.Let us not deny him that commitment he has already initiated as a young adult.Let us look into our selves.No one is perfect but GOD.We are all children of GOD.It saddens me when people talk personally abaut him because he really wants our community to be better.If he wins,we win as a community.

    • Dennis Kalaw 5:29 am on April 4, 2010 Permalink

      You made such a good point Gene, but just to let you know that this is not bad propaganda. It is a thought well expressed, to remind each one of us to really stop and decide who we really want to win the positions. If we want to improve our way of life, it should begin by putting the Right leaders.. for somebody to lead the whole community, should first know how to lead his own life. For somebody who stands up for the youth, should be a role model for the youth. Anyone can do good things, but they do not necessarily show their intentions. If you can do mne a favor by citing one good deed that RA did that no one else really did? What he did is common. I am not even impressed by anyone. In fact, I find it very hard to finalize my list. Im not looking for a perfect leader, but Im still striving to find a leader who will promote morality & excellence of our future genrations.

    • Gene 11:58 am on April 4, 2010 Permalink

      Dennis,are you in politics?Just curious.Regarding a good deed that Roderick Awingan did began at 7 years old waking up so early at 4am to earn extra money by shining shoes of the soldiers in Camp Holmes(now Camp Dangwa).This is not common to any kid in a regular Filipino family.And he did this on his own without any coaxing from his parents or relatives.The rest of his achievements growing up to me is impressive if you know him personally and not by hearsay.Attacking him below the belt without really knowing the other side of the story is wrong and dirty politics.This is not the focus of why I support him all the way.It is his tenacity,courage,his undying dream and good intention to serve his community.Advertising ones achievement for any candidate is good so the people you want to serve will gain trust and confidence in your ability to put your goals into action.This is what Mr.R.Awingan is all abaut.He is goal and action oriented.Any candidate will say the same thing but my vote is still for Mr.Awingan because he has gained my respect ,trust and confidence.

    • Lucille ü 2:07 pm on April 4, 2010 Permalink

      Thanku for all ur insights! I was enligthened! Hope and pray for the best for our beloved hometown.. Pero siyempre gamitin din natin coconut shell natin sa pagpili. Matatalin0 mga Cordillerans. Let us prove it.. Isulong ang pagbabag0.. Yes, hinde lng pur0 salita dapat, let us make ourselves aware and vote for those who will act as instruments of change!ü

    • olat 1:52 am on April 5, 2010 Permalink

      I have read all the above comments and i respect your views. However, as a former employee working with the Municipal Government of La Trinidad we need people to lead who are committed and dedicated to serving the municipality. Commitment and dedication cannot be measured by popularity, name recall, origin (whether not originally from La Trinidad), quantity of posters, but more so on past achievements and their programs of governance. La Trinidad is a melting spot of so many migrants (other provinces) hence the municipality is not only for the Ibalois and Kankanaeys. It is unfair to say that you dont vote for a particular candidate because he or she is not originally from La Trinidad. For as long as the candidate had the residence requirement under the law, he can file his/her candidacy. Having worked for 14 years, it is more of the ability (if running for Councilor – can they legislate, do they have legislative agenda?) and sincerity to serve that counts and not merely to become popular. Being a politican is an addiction in a way as those in power would want to continue to be such unmindful whether they are qualified or not. Make a difference and contribute to the development of La Trinidad by electing the best people based on integrity, commitment, dedication, capability, honesty. May I therefore take this opportunity to appeal for support to EDNA CUYOPAN TABANDA as Mayor. I have worked with her and could honestly vouch that she is the best qualified to be the Mayor. She is educationally qaulified being a graduate of Law, Nursing; experience: been a Councilor, Mayor and Vice Governor; Integrity: she is not corrupt, strict in the implementation of laws, ordinances. She maybe not popular as they say she is very strict, but that means she is doing her job and not as a “politician”

    • yuri 12:07 am on April 6, 2010 Permalink

      adu la amin nga ibagbaga u, basta ti maibagak kaaduan nga opisyal kurakot, sapay kuma ta mangabak dagijay sumagmamano nga matino nga kandidato…

    • Dennis Kalaw 8:26 pm on April 6, 2010 Permalink

      Gene, Im not in politics. I am a voter concerned about the future of our coming generations. I know Roderick from his previous campaigns, in fact, we have some common friends. So figure out where I’m coming from. I wonder Gene who else is in your list?

    • Gene 11:52 pm on April 6, 2010 Permalink

      Dennis,it is never wise to rely on common friends because they have their own personal interests and agenda.Let us all vote on wise and independent decision making.I am still currently observing and getting to know all the candidates.I am just responding to some of the Salidumay comments and I just noticed that Mr. Awingan was targeted so unfairly.I am supporting him because of his agendas ,beliefs and projects he has created not basically for himself but for the good of the community.I have traveled around the world and around the country and so much has changed.Gone is the clean air and green,clean environment.Our children have dreams but barely making them come true.Mr.Awingan is a true environmentalist ,inovator,motivator,service provider as attested in his past and current achievements.For the would be voters reading this,I want you all to go to Advocates Academic College in La trinidad to get the profile of Mr.Awingan and know him better.Let us all vote us one without prejudice ,because prejudice is a stumbling block to individual progress and progress as a community.Hope this comment is appreciated.To all the candidates,I wish you luck in your endeavors.Your dreams are my children’s dreams.I rely on you.

    • Gene 9:49 am on April 12, 2010 Permalink

      RODERICK AWINGAN FOR COUNCILOR-“IT IS ALL ABAUT YOU” Yes,my friends .It is all abaut YOU and ME and our CHILDREN.

    • Horsepower 5:07 pm on April 17, 2010 Permalink

      Hi to all, 3 weeks to go and still have a few in my list. Please help me fill in the others. Walang siraan sa mga kandidato please. Only POSITIVE competencies are welcomed. So here is my initials list:
      Governor Benguet: Samuel Dangwa
      Vice Gov.: Wasing Sacla
      Board member D-II: John Botiwey
      Vice Mayor La Trinidad: Romeo Salda
      Councilours La Trinidad: Rod Awingan, Jim Botiwey, Henry Kipas

      Again, walang siraan ng mga kandidato. Thank you for your help.

    • urban cowboy 8:40 am on April 26, 2010 Permalink

      my list for my ballot
      congressman: liso agpas
      Governor: samuel dangwa
      vice governor: cres pacalso
      board members (district 2)
      1. nelson dangwa
      2. connie balao
      3. rogelio leon
      4. florence tingbaoen
      5. john botiwey
      6. apolinario camsol
      mayor, la trinidad: edna tabanda
      vice mayor, la trinidad: romeo salda
      1. kipas
      2. awingan
      3. botiwey
      4. namorro
      5. adeban
      6. golocan

    • justin 2:01 pm on April 26, 2010 Permalink

      Vote for the man who promises least. He’ll be the least disappointing. -Bernard Baruch

    • justin 10:40 am on April 29, 2010 Permalink

      We need a leader who sees family as a priority because it means that he recognizes the needs of every family and will work toward keeping it together.

    • ysabel 5:49 pm on April 29, 2010 Permalink

      Election is fast approaching!!decided whom to vote?Vote for the right leader(s) that can serve the community.It doesn’t matter how old are the candidates as long as they are honest, dedicated and commited to their service.

    • theresse 6:03 pm on April 29, 2010 Permalink

      There are some good and bad propaganda on all candiates. Please vote for the right person that can be truly trusted.I hope that their promises this campaign time will be fulfilled when they take their seat or position. Good luck to all the candidates.

    • justin 10:08 am on April 30, 2010 Permalink


      Boar Member D-II: John Botiwey
      La Trinidad Councilors: RODERICK CHIOK AWINGAN, Jim Botiwey and Henry Kipas


    • dod 3:45 pm on April 30, 2010 Permalink

      There is also one candidate for congressman not included in your list, Mario Godio, incumbent mayor of Itogon (third term) and retired Municipal Planning Development Officer of the same municipality. Thank you

    • bestfriend 8:08 pm on April 30, 2010 Permalink

      definitely, SAISY, whoever you are, admit are just as ignorant as the weeds growing in our backyard. Before making any comments or typing any ideas in your mind…THINK!!!!!!and PONDER!!!!!!!!!Obviously, you are not a citizen of La Trinidad since you are not aware of the programs and projects implemented by Sir Kipas…nagNSTP ka ba???!!!ever!!!!ang hirap kaya ng ginawa naming paglilinis sa bakuran at kalsada nyo!!!!GO OPERATION ZERO DUST!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • bestfriend 10:57 pm on April 30, 2010 Permalink

      SAISY,the issue is never where you are from as long as you are sincere in all your be a public servant means to SACRIFICE for the sake of serving the citizenry..

    • The_Truth 3:40 pm on May 1, 2010 Permalink

      Hey people of the community why do we not vote for persons who are not pure in La Trinidad, do you know that MR. HENRY KIPAS is an awardee of the “TEN OUTSANDING COUNCILORS IN THE PHILIPPINES 2006″ because of his projects which he spents MILLIONS in accomplishing his 13 projects for the future of our children and others and yet he is not pure in La Trinidad… when he lost the 2007 elections as VICE MAYOR… He became the PTA PRESIDENT of BENGUET NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL- MAIN, this school was called “SCHOOL OF TRASH” but when he was chosen as PTA PRESIDENT the school became ADVANCED IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY and even had a 100% COMPUTER LITERACY RATE the school has 90 COMPUTERS ( ONE COMPUTER ONE STUDENT ) and because of him the SCHOOL’S “MARCHING BAND” had been COMPLETED and for your INFORMATION the PLAYERS FOR CARAA OR OTHER SPORTSFEST THE REQUIREMENTS LIKE BALLS AND OTHERS OUR BORROWED FROM HIM AND NOT FROM DEPed FOR YOUR INFORMATION and then HE WAS NOMINATED AS ” OUTSTANDING FILIPINO- YOUNGEST NOMINEE 2009″ this is MR. HENRY KIPAS

    • Gene 3:01 am on May 4, 2010 Permalink

      Definetly agree with you bestfriend abaut Saisy .I am glad you zeroed in on her.We can not allow someone like her to influence the rest of our good voters.I have confidence however that our voters are wise enough to know their chosen candidates.If not,it is advisable to vote beyond party lines if you think the candidates deserve the position .As a voter ,party does not mean anything to me .It all boils down on who wants to serve me and my family.Do you know that Mr .Awingan has scholarship grants in his school at Advocates Academic College in La Trinidad for families who can not afford endorsed by their Barangays?

      Thanks Bestfriend abaut your comment on Saisy.She is a bad weed.I have confidence that our voters are wise and intelligent to know their chosen candidates even if it means going beyond party lines.Do you know that Mr.Rod Awingan has been serving the community by offering scholarship grants to families who can not afford twition fees in Advocates Academic College endorsed by their Barangay?This is just only one among his dedication of commitment to serve our community .

    • Gene 4:54 am on May 4, 2010 Permalink

      Did not mean to keep on repeating what I wanted to say.Just a computer glitz. while using my IPhone to communicate on this site.Thanks .But I hope the message is loud and clear.DEFINITELY I am very proud of all the candidates who deserve our votes.

    • Cool Cat 10:46 pm on May 4, 2010 Permalink

      SAISY,if you are a man,do not be a Sissy.Stand up like a real man and honor the ideals of our beloved candidates who are the backbone of our nation.Do not call any candidate a trapo or a pretender especially if they have already proven themselves to the public.

    • Decisiontime 6:38 am on May 5, 2010 Permalink

      Of course,yes to KIPAS and AWINGAN

    • justin 10:39 am on May 5, 2010 Permalink

      ………….. ELECTION time is very near…… I keep myself updated on the salidumay update…. Not because I wanted to know what is new… but because an issue catches my eyes and waiting for another issue to be thrown against the person I knew…..
      ……. I believe that you all agree with me that we all have our own bet and set of candidates for the May 10 election… we have our own reason why we choose a certain candidate and a reason why we don’t. It is true that we need to scrutinize our candidate’s background and credentials. To improve our way of life, it really should begin by putting the right leaders… I would also agree that for someone to lead the whole community, that person should first know how to lead his own life. And for someone to stand up for the youth should be a role model for the youth. ..I do agree also that finding the right leader is very hard….especially that none of the candidates I believe is perfect….. but we are all but human, not perfect but trying to live our life to the fullest. … we all have our dreams and mission to this world… if we let our past hunt and decide our future then want kind of life would we leave our children?. . nobody is perfect in this world….so is Roderick awingan…… he rose from nothing to someone today…. Being the eldest in the family, he has to work and put up a small video shop for our daily needs…. He stands as the father of the family when we all needed one… and still trying to prove to people that u can be nobody today but with perseverance and working hard…. make someone’s dream come true….. and he was able to prove that….. his weakness is I believe is on women…. Dennis, it was not true that he left his first wife …abandoned? If you know him and his love story then you should know the real story…..wife? how could he left his first wife when in fact he is still single….. They still have a communication with the first wife you are referring too. There were hearsays that is spreading….but if you know the person well you will not agree and believe on that hearsays….. HE IS NOT PERFECT ….BUT HIS DESIRE TO SERVE IS THERE, WHY WOULD WE LET SUCH HEARSAYS HINDER HIM TO SERVE HIS COMMUNITY….give him the chance to serve La Trinidad and you will see that he make a difference! VOTE ROD AWINGAN for councilor

  • Salid 12:59 am on December 5, 2009 Permalink | Reply

    Mountain Province 2010 Candidates

    For Congressman:

    Dalog, Max Sr.
    Dominguez Jupiter
    Killip, Thomas Perry
    Odsey, Franklin
    Pilando, Arnold

    For Governor:

    Claver, Louie
    Gomez, Ezra
    Lawilaw, Marcial
    Mayaen, Leonard
    Padyaos, Albert

    • Salid 11:35 am on January 26, 2010 Permalink

      For Provincial Governor

      1. Louis Claver, Jr. (Liberal Party)
      2. Harry Dominguez (Nationalist People’s Coalition)
      3. Ezra Samson Gomez (Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino)
      4. Marcial Lawilao, Jr. (Lapiang Manggagawa)
      5. Loenard Mayaen (Nacionalista Party)
      6. Albert Padayos (Independent)

      For Provincial Vice-Governor

      1. Bonifacio Lacwasan, Jr. (Independent)
      2. Glenn Manao (Independent)
      3. Arbee Talastas (Independent)

      For Provincial Board Member
      First District

      1. Cyril Bacala ( Lakas Kampi CMD)
      2. Marcelino Balaso, Jr. (Nacionalista Party)
      3. Larry Banganan (Independent)
      4. Florencio Carlos (Liberal Party)
      5. Dionisio Chungalan (Nacionalista Party)
      6. Ciriaco Filog (Liberal Party)
      7. Jimmy Galingan (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      8. Alfonso Kiat-ong, Sr. (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      9. Raul Lapon (Nacionalista Party)
      10. Johny Lausan (Independent)
      11. Cariño Tamang (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      12. Reynaldo Tawaran (Independent)

      For Provincial Board Member
      Second District

      1. Randolph Awisan (Nacionalista Party)
      2. Salvador Dalang (Liberal Party)
      3. Sorero Gullod
      4. Alexander Maday-a (Nationalist Peoples Coalition)
      5. Carmelita Masidong (Independent)
      6. Constito Masweng (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      7. Michael Patting (Independent)
      8. Joseph Solang (Lakas Kampi CMD)

      For Member, House of Representatives

      1. Maximo Dalog (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      2. Jupiter Dominguez (Independent)
      3. Thomas Perry Killip (Independent)
      4. Franklin Odsey (Aksyon Demokratiko)
      5. Arnulfo Pilando (Independent)


      For Mayor
      1. Ferdinand Charaychay (Liberal Party)
      2. Albert Kiwan (Independent)
      3. Edmundo Sidchayao (Nacionalista Party)

      For Vice-Mayor
      1. Pio Cupasan (National People’s Coalition)
      2. Benjamin Pinos-an (Nacionalista Party)

      For Councilor
      1. Roosevelt Aggao (Independent)
      2. Ulysis Akinchang (Nationalist People’s Coalition)
      3. Donald Alubia (Independent)
      4. Federico Awe (Independent)
      5. Ben Banya-ao (Nacionalista Party)
      6. Giles Batan (Independent)
      7. Elyo Bumacas (Independent)
      8. Fernando Cablog (Nacionalista Party)
      9. John Challoy (Independent)
      10. Genesis Changilan (Nacionalista Party)
      11. Juda Chattom (Independent)
      12. Rimar Chorawan (Nationalist People’s Coalition)
      13. Romeo Cofin (Nacionalista Party)
      14. Jeb Constancio (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      15. Rockybal Dakillay (Nacionalista Party)
      16. Marlo Dela Cruz (Independent)
      17. Apolonio Fiarangot (Independent)
      18. Benedicto Fiarokat (Nationalist People’s Coalition)
      19. Delio Focad (Independent)
      20. Manaces Joseph (Lapiang Manggagawa)
      21. Ireneo Kacayon (Independent)
      22. Simon Layong (Liberal Party)
      23. Douglas Llopis (Independent)
      24. Jolenda Lomas-e (Nationalist People’s Coalition)
      25. Rudy Longid (Independent)
      26. James Machang (Independent)
      27. Isidro Masong (Nacionalista Party)
      28. Abellardo Mokimog (Independent)
      29. Simplicio Nabunat (Independent)
      30. Ayson Naulgan (Independent)
      31. Clark Ngaya (Nacionalista Party)
      32. Alma Pangsiw (Nationalist People’s Coalition)
      33. Witfield Panitic (Nacionalista Party)
      34. Patrick Pul-agan (Nationalist People’s Coalition)
      35. Felipe Thompson (Independent)
      36. Francisco Tigcangay (Independent)


      For Mayor
      1. Abraham Akilit (Liberal Party)
      2. Simon Lacwasan (Lakas Kampi CMD)

      For Vice-Mayor
      1. Rafael Bulasoy (Independent)
      2. Rodolfo Patnaan (Independent)
      3. Jose Tanggacan (Nacionalista Party)

      For Councilor
      1. Cayetano Andres (Independent)
      2. Romualdo Awisan (Independent)
      3. Bartolome Badecao (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      4. John Badongen (Independent)
      5. Bartolome Banaken (Independent)
      6. Tomas Sandao (Nacionalista Party)
      7. Andres Bantasan (Independent)
      8. Melchor Belit (Independent)
      9. Nestor Bernardez (Independent)
      10. Delfin Bosoen (Independent)
      11. Jimmy Cajigan (Independent)
      12. Michael Calde (Independent)
      13. Mario Dengwas (Independent)
      14. Edwin Dominguez (Independent)
      15. Samuel Dulipas (Independent)
      16. Calixto Gamlosen (Independent)
      17. Mario Gaoken (Independent)
      18. Anita Gawec (Independent)
      19. Juan Malinias (Independent)
      20. Norman Marquez (Independent)
      21. Cornelio Matias (Independent)
      22. Romeo Pagedped (Independent)
      23. Luis Paicot (Independent)
      24. Willy Pasngadan (Nacionalista Party)
      25. Gregorio Payangdo (Independent)
      26. Eduardo Pocais (Independent)
      27. Sabado Pussan (Nacionalista Party)
      28. Ricky Samidan (Independent)
      29. Pio Siti (Independent)
      30. Arcadio Taganas, Sr. (Independent)


      For Mayor
      1. Pablo Dicdican (Independent)
      2. Wellington Pooten (Lakas Kampi CMD)

      For Vice-Mayor
      1. John Antiyag (Independent)
      2. Barry Baliaga (Independent)
      3. David Bellang (Lakas Kampi CMD)

      For Councilor
      1. John Allidem (Independent)
      2. James Anton (Independent)
      3. Paulino Balbawang (Independent)
      4. Ernesto Balwang (Independent)
      5. Esteban Beswayan (Independent)
      6. William Beswilan (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      7. Alfredo Beyden (Independent)
      8. Rosaria Bomas-ang (Independent)
      9. Joaquin Busacay (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      10. Gerry Caysoen (Independent)
      11. Romeo Cogasi (Independent)
      12. Susan Dakiwas (Independent)
      13. Ramon Doyayag (Independent)
      14. Orville Estangki (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      15. Gilbert Ibayan (Independent)
      16. Joel Lacsigen (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      17. June Lapsoten (Independent)
      18. Marcos Mangallay (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      19. Ben Marrero (Independent)
      20. Evangeline Pasiwen (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      21. Thomas Pasiwen (Independent)
      22. Policarpio Pekas (Independent)
      23. James Pocais (Independent)
      24. Daguio Pokkis (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      25. Doroteo Santong (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      26. Vicente Sapguian (Independent)
      27. Gertrude Songaben (Independent)
      28. Jaime Tao-ing (Independent)
      29. Sylvia Yongaan (Independent)


      For Mayor
      1. John Diaz (Independent)
      2. Siegh Fred Fatongkeg
      3. Pascual Sacgaca
      4. Florence Taguiba (Nacionalista Party)

      For Vice-Mayor
      1. William Aspilan
      2. Bryan Byrd Bellang

      For Councilor
      1. Ignacio Afidchao
      2. Herbert Awichen (Independent)
      3. Benedict Ayochok
      4. Romel Banganan
      5. Ferdinand Castañeda
      6. Benjamin Castro ( LAKAS NUCD-UMDP)
      7. George Cawed
      8. Mario Cayabo (Independent)
      9. Chakas Ricardo
      10. Chanasen Luke (Independent)
      11. Moses Comaad
      12. Alejandro Donato, Jr.
      13. Rufino Fagyan
      14. Alexander Fakat, Sr.
      15. Eva Mila Fana-ang
      16. Milagros Fang-asan (Independent)
      17. Herman Farnican
      18. James Fayofay
      19. Eusebio Kabluyen
      20. Joseph Kiluyen
      21. Francis Limog
      22. Arthur Malecdan
      23. Constancio Miranda (Nacionalista Party)
      24. Benjamin Ngeteg
      25. Mathew Oakes
      26. Wilbert Padngaran
      27. Arnold Palomo
      28. John Pelew
      29. Timothy Pongad, Jr. (Independent)
      30. Clement Sokoken
      31. Anthony Sumcad
      32. Daniel Tudlong (Liberal Party)
      33. Jerome Tudlong, Jr. (LAKAS NUCD-UMDP)
      34. Reynaldo Waytan
      35. Mariano Way-yas


      For Mayor
      1. Patrick Baguingan (Independent)
      2. Juanito Cafongtan (Independent)
      3. Mateo Chiyawan (Liberal Party)
      4. Juan For-og (Lakas Kampi CMD)

      For Vice-Mayor
      1. Rodolfo Liwanen
      2. Mataram Lumines (Nacionalista Party)
      3. Fernando Magranga (Independent)

      For Councilor
      1. George Annayo (Independent)
      2. Eduardo Aswat (Independent)
      3. Abel Bagsao
      4. Gregorio Baguingan (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      5. Aloy Banasan (Independent)
      6. Adamson Banggollay (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      7. Claro Basilan (Nacionalista Party)
      8. Christopher Bayowan (Independent)
      9. Marcos Chaclag (Indpendent)
      10. Leonel Dulay (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      11. Efren Dumalsin (Independent)
      12. Cecilio Ewangan (Independent)
      13. Elvis Fiangachen (Independent)
      14. Vidastos Focao (Independent)
      15. Basilio Fongayao (Independent)
      16. Daniel Langbisan (Independent)
      17. Jaime Latiga (Independent)
      18. Fernandez Linggayo (Independent)
      19. Alfredo Lucas (Independent)
      20. Grailian Magannon (Independent)
      21. Carlos Maggonga (Independent)
      22. Montano Maidun (Independent)
      23. Reagan Naofiag (Independent)
      24. Rene Nasuchod (Independent)
      25. Ronald Oyang-o (Independent)
      26. Jerome Pangosfian (Independent)
      27. Patrick Pangoyna
      28. Crispin Pusao (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      29. Ray Salwagan (Independent)
      30. Elisio Tamangen (Lakas NUCD UMDP)
      31. Mary-ann Tangchor (Nacionalista Party)
      32. Froilan Tarnate (Independent)


      For Mayor
      1. Casiano Agagon (Independent)
      2. Pedro Almeda, Sr. (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      3. Avelino Amangyen (Independent)
      4. Rogelio Banggot (Independent)
      5. Ernesto Gunday, Sr. (Independent)
      6. Mario Madanom (PMP)
      7. Emilio Pinangga (Independent)
      8. Luke Wanason (Independent)

      For Vice-Mayor
      1. Marcelo Ambatali (Independent)
      2. Antonio Cayyog (Independent)
      3. Norma Rafael (Nacionalista Party)

      For Councilor
      1. Alit Alfredo (Independent)
      2. Miguel Assud (Independent)
      3. George Ballawig (PMP)
      4. Vandeck Balut (Independent)
      5. Bello Banggot (Independent)
      6. Cipriano Basungit (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      7. Juan Batoy (Independent)
      8. Arnold Bayadang (Independent)
      9. Edmundo Biangalen (Independent)
      10. Rey Bucatan (Independent)
      11. Lorenzo Carpio (Liberal Party)
      12. Clark Chatoy (Nacionalista Party)
      13. Cesar Corcha (Independent)
      14. Jovelyn Depagon (Independent)
      15. Albano Dumbab (Independent)
      16. Romeo Fulig (Independent)
      17. Celestino Gabit (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      18. Benigno Gayadon, Jr. (Independent)
      19. Arthur Gubia-on (Independent)
      20. Silvestre Ilacad (Independent)
      21. Walter Latawan (Independent)
      22. Silvestre Lopez, Jr. (Independent)
      23. Flora Maglia (Independent)
      24. Benjamin Manat (Independent)
      25. Patricio Opolinto (Independent)
      26. Marjorie Oredina (Independent)
      27. Salipada Pinangga (Independent)
      28. Fernando Rafael (Independent)
      29. Deres Salagma (Independent)
      30. Edmund Siddayao (Independent)
      31. Eduardo Sullay (Independent)
      32. Amor Sumalag (Independent)
      33. Emma Talawec (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      34. Roy Tangbawan (Independent)
      35. Marilyn Wanason (Independent)
      36. Martin Wandag (Independent)


      For Mayor
      1. Donato Danglose (Lakas Kampi CMD)

      For Vice-Mayor
      1. Joseph Bernardez (NPC)
      2. Avelino Tolean

      For Councilor
      1. Avelino Angel
      2. Roman Bacog
      3. Moises Baldo
      4. Crisostomo Bayawa (Independent)
      5. Ernesto Bondad
      6. Luis Bosoen
      7. Constancio Compalas
      8. Dario Esden (Nacionalista Party)
      9. Julius Licayo (NP)
      10. Feliciano Liclic
      11. Cedric Likigan
      12. Venancio Lipawen
      13. Enrique Litilit (Nacionalista Party)
      14. Marcelino Lud-ayen
      15. Pedro Magastino
      16. George Sapdoy
      17. Florencio Sudicalan (Nacionalista Party)
      18. Alberto Yamoyam


      For Mayor
      1. Geraldo Akut, Jr. (Independent)
      2. Arthur Agpad, (Independent)
      3. Mary Fagto (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      4. Gabino Ganggangan (Liberal Party)
      5. Albert Limmayog (Nacionalista Party)

      For Vice-Mayor
      1. Joseph Apopot (Independent)
      2. Laurence Farong-ey (Independent)

      For Councilor
      1. Patrick Agayyong (Independent)
      2. Cesar Agcarao (Independent)
      3. Moises Agmeyeng (Independent)
      4. Benito Angyoda (Liberal Party)
      5. Julio Anongos (Independent)
      6. Roger Aron-ey (Independent)
      7. Albert Ayao-ao (Nacionalista Party)
      8. Mary Calaowa (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      9. Lorenzo Chalutag (Independent)
      10. Juliet Chinalpan (Liberal Party)
      11. Marcial Chomenwey (Independent)
      12. Moses Chopchopen (Liberal Party)
      13. Wilburt Con-o (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      14. Joseph Daguio (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      15. Ben Fanguingas (Independent)
      16. Basilio Falisong (Independent)
      17. Alex Fallaweg (Independent)
      18. Caranto Farao-as (Independent)
      19. Roger Farcanao (Independent)
      20. Farnie Fatawil (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      21. Fred Filowan (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      22. Cathrine Fiyao (Independent)
      23. Angelo Fongafong (Independent)
      24. Juanito Forafor (Independent)
      25. John Fosawil, Jr. (Independent)
      26. Maxima Ganggangan (Independent)
      27. Jonathan Gayaman (Independent)
      28. Manuel Gubaten (Independent)
      29. Norman Guinayen (Independent)
      30. George Kadatar (Independent)
      31. John Awilan (Lakas Kampi)
      32. Lucian Lassin (Independent)
      33. Agcob Guingar (Independent)
      34. Sawangan Likkab (Independent)
      35. Francis Lumiseb (Independent)
      36. Eusebio Magannon (Independent)
      37. Fausto Morareng (Liberal Party)
      38. Arthur Padawil (Independent)
      39. Jonathan Panga-or (Liberal Party)
      40. Zenaida Pangod (Liberal Party)
      41. Alexander Pawi (Independent)
      42. Corazon Petate (Independent)
      43. Clayton Pong-eyen (Independent)
      44. Filomena Saya-an (Liberal Party)
      45. Avelino Tangkao (Independent)
      46. Alfredo Tangkiao (Independent)
      47. Roberto Ticag (Lakas Kampi CMD)
      48. Vicente Ticag (Liberal Party)
      49. Alice Tupao-i (Independent)
      50. Amadita Wagayan (Independent)
      51. Rudy Yakak (Independent)


      For Mayor
      1. Eduardo Latawan, Jr. (Lakas Kampi)
      2. Francis Tauli (Independent)

      For Vice-Mayor
      1. Eduardo Guitelen (Lakas Kampi)
      2. Jerry Ticag (Independent)
      3. Richard Yodong (Independent)

      For Councilor
      1. Eugene Bacagan (Independent)
      2. Francis Balisong (Independent)
      3. Alfredo Batane (Lakas Kampi)
      4. Venancio Baybay (Independent)
      5. Reynald Cangbay (Independent)
      6. Joseph Capuyan (Lakas Kampi)
      7. Mario Capuyan (Independent)
      8. Teofilo Carias (Independent)
      9. Ernesto Dapliyan (Lakas Kampi)
      10. Anastacio Domling (Independent)
      11. Emiliano Dontogan (Lakas Kampi)
      12. James Gao-ngen (Independent)
      13. Kapon Gomgom-o (Nacionalista)
      14. Eduardo Guitelen, Jr. (Independent)
      15. Francis Kilongan (LDP)
      16. Benjamin Kimmayong (Independent)
      17. Valentine Lam-osen (Independent)
      18. James Lawiyan (Independent)
      19. Osenio Lay-os (Independent)
      20. Dennis Lopez (Independent)
      21. John Ngina (Independent)
      22. Alfredo Padawil (Independent)
      23. Moses Padayao (Nacionalista)
      24. Regina Tambiac (Lakas Kampi)
      25. Milton Tawali (Independent)


      For Mayor
      1. Febe Cawilan
      2. Liberato Domingo
      3. Anthony Wooden

      For Vice-Mayor
      1. Laurence Atipen
      2. Joseph Cawilli (Nacionalista Party)
      3. Denys Pecdaen

      For Councilor
      1. James Abadod
      2. Belen Banga-an
      3. Samuel Dao-ines
      4. Raymundo Diwas
      5. Arsenio Domede
      6. Oscar Dulaycan
      7. Charles Fadchal
      8. Jun Laminta
      9. Gilbert Lao-ay
      10. Federico Matias
      11. Ernesto Micklay
      12. John Ngade
      13. Primo Paladino
      14. Edward Panisigan
      15. Jose Pasan, Sr.
      16. Alfonso Polan (Nacionalista Party)
      17. Juan Sabling (Partido Liberal)
      18. Tomas Tagtag
      19. Uliver Turtem (LAKAS-CMD-KAMPI)

    • eson 5:00 am on March 29, 2010 Permalink

      good job……….. hopefully after d elections, ul erase d lossers n leave d winners. thanks 4 d nfo kabayan.

  • Salid 3:18 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

    Kayan, Tadian community says thank you

    Kayan, Tadian says thank you to all who extended their help.

  • Salid 7:45 am on November 10, 2009 Permalink | Reply

    Mountain Province 2009 sports meet in Bauko 

    Bauko will host this year’s provincial meet on November 28 to December 4.

    Last year, Tadian was supposed to be the main host with some events to be held in Bauko. However, lack of preparation caused the sports meet to be held in Bontoc.

    Will Bauko be able to do it this time?

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