Fresnedi-Biazon party wins on commanding lead in Muntinlupa

Fresnedi-Biazon party wins on commanding lead in Muntinlupa
Photo dated May 10, 2022 shows the slate of Muntinlupa City Mayor Jaime Fresnedi raising their hands together after a string of landslide victories in the 2022 elections the day before.
Release / Muntinlupa City PIO

MANILA, Philippines — Dominating the local elections on May 9, the 1Muntinlupa political party led by congressional bet and current Muntinlupa City Mayor Jaime Fresnedi, mayoral candidate and Rep. Ruffy Biazon (Muntinlupa Lone District), and re-electionist Vice Mayor Artemio Simundac won by a landslide Tuesday, the Commission on Elections disclosed.

Per a statement issued by the city information office and sent to reporters, the Commission on Elections board of canvassers headed by lawyer and Comelec-Muntinlupa chairperson Anthonette Aceret proclaimed Fresnedi and all members of the 1Muntinlupa party as winners in the local election in Muntinlupa City on Tuesday morning.

According to the Comelec's official City Canvass Report, Fresnedi garnered 183,085 votes over his lone rival congressional candidate Silverio Garing who trailed behind at 52,530 votes.

Rep. Ruffy Biazon, who is running for the mayoralty post, also won by a landslide against mayoralty bet and former Bureau of Immigration Deputy Commissioner Red Mariñas.

Biazon garnered 180,742 votes, while Mariñas won 60,434 votes.

Incumbent Vice Mayor Artemio Simundac for his part garnered 131,882 votes triumphing over rival Oyo Boy Dioko with only 97,567 votes.

The slate's bets for City Council also dominated the city’s two districts. In District 1, winning councilors are: Ate Rachel Arciaga, Ivee Arciaga, Paty Katy Boncayao, Allan Aman Camilon, Atty. Raul Corro, Alexson Diaz, Valentino Niefes, and Jedi Presnedi.

In District 2, winners under the local party include Lester Baes, Ryan Bagatsing, Luvi Constantino, Arlene Hilapo, Eliot Martinez, Dado Moldez, Marissa Rongavilla, and Jun Metong Sevilla.

According to the Comelec, out of the 311,750 registered voters in Muntinlupa, a total of 252,396 voted in 2,051 polling precincts grouped into 432 clustered precincts in nine barangays despite the widespread delays and technical difficulties reported around the country.

One Muntinlupa under the Biazon administration vows to push forward what it calls its 7K Agenda focusing on Katarungan, Karunungan, Kalusugan, Kaunlaran, Kapayapaan/Kaayusan, Kabuhayan, Kalikasan (Justice, Education, Health, Development, Peace and Wellness, Economy, and the Environment) as well as pandemic response and recovery.




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