2022 Election Results – Mayor and Vice Mayor (Local Cities)

2022 election results local cities

2022 Philippine Mayor and Vice-Mayor elections partial and unofficial results for the top vote-rich cities. This list includes:

  • Quezon City
  • Manila
  • Davao City
  • Cebu City
  • Caloocan City
  • Antipolo City
  • Makati
  • Pasig
  • Taguig
  • Zamboanga City
  • Cagayan De Oro

Results sourced from Comelec transparency server via CNN Philippines.

For presidential, vice-presidential, and senatorial results, check out this link: 2022 Philippine Election Results – National Level

Quezon City

Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Ma. Josefina “Joy” Belmonte SBP 645,580
Michael “Mike” Defensor PFP 407,506
Glenda Araneta Independent 4,155
Diosdado Velasco Independent 2,889
Ricardo “Kuya Ric” Bello PDSP 2,574
Wilhelmina "Emma" Orozco Independent 1,846
“Inventor” Jose Ingles Jr. WPP 1,198
Tomas “Tom” Salutan Jr. Independent 939

Vice Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Gian Carlo Jose Sotto SBP 578,609
Winston “Winnie” Castelo Lakas-CMD 424,533
Christine Laraño Independent 14,266
Helen Rodriguez PDSP 6,261

Manila

Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Maria Sheilah “Honey” Lacuna-Pangan Asenso Manileño/Aksyon Demokratiko 534,565
Alexander “Alex” Lopez PFP 165,551
Amado Bagatsing Kabaka 118,044
Cristina “Christy” Lim Raymundo PDR 14,770
Elmer Jamias PRP 3,998
Onofre Abad Independent 2,603

Vice Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
John Marvin “Yul Servo” Nieto Asenso Manileño/Aksyon Demokratiko 582,941
Ramon “Raymond” Bagatsing KBL 183,684
Arvin Reyes Independent 12,221
Lucy Lapinig PDR 11,945

Davao City

Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Sebastian “Baste” Duterte HNP 597,082
Ruy Elias Lopez Independent 67,615
Joseph Hannibal Elizalde Independent 3,028
Teodoro “Teddy” Mantilla Independent 1,009

Vice Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
J. Melchor Quitain Jr. HTL 539,460

Cebu City

Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Michael “Mike” Rama PDP-Laban 226,328
Margarita “Margot” Osmeña LDP 190,836
David Tumulak Independent 132,510
Crisologo “Cris” Saavedra Jr. Independent 1,342
Edgar Concha Jr. Independent 1,077
Juanito Luna Independent 718

Vice Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Raymond Alvin Garcia PDP-Laban 266,924
Franklyn Ong LDP 209,674
Francisco “Bimbo” Fernandez LP 34,431

Caloocan City

Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Dale Gonzalo “Along” Malapitan PDP-Laban 314,903
Edgar “Egay” Erice Aksyon Demokratiko 242,086
Roman Domasig Jr. Independent 1,370
Ronnie “Toto” Malunes Independent 901
Alejandro “Jun” Anquilan Independent 883
Rufino “Ruffy Nazareno” Bayon-on Independent 876

Vice Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Anna Karina Teh-Limsico Nacionalista Party or NP 324,568
Christopher “PJ” Malonzo Aksyon Demokratiko 185,671
Joseph Timbol Independent 10,864

Antipolo

Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Jun Ynares NPC 253,549
Teddy Leyble Independent 33,019
Peter Leyble Independent 11,401
Herminio Sanchez Independent 7,576
Willie Gelacio Independent 5,829

Vice Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Josefina G. Gatlabayan NPC 241,996
Atty. Pay Awe Relorcasa Independent 20,270
Edwin Reyes Independent 16,749
Joel Ronquillo Independent 13,037

Makati

Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Mar-Len Abigail “Abby” Binay Makatizens United Party or MUP 338,819
Joel Hernandez Independent 16,640

Vice Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Monique Yazmin Maria Lagdameo MUP 314,070
Rodolfo “Kuya Rod” Biolena Independent 22,498

Pasig

Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Victor Ma. Regis “Vico” Sotto Aksyon Demokratiko 335,851
Iyo Christian Caruncho Bernardo PRP 45,604

Vice Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Robert Vincent Jude “Dodot” Jaworski Jr. Aksyon Demokratiko 205,250
Mario “Junjun” Concepcion Jr. PDDS 87,716
Christian “Ian” Sia Partido Pilipino sa Pagbabago or PPP 76,028

Taguig

Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Maria Laarni “Ate Lani” Cayetano NP 271,937
Arnel Cerafica PPP 87,022

Vice Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Arvin Alit NP 231,230
Janelle Cerafica PPP 104,861

Zamboanga

Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
John Dalipe PRP 129,140
Celso Lobregat LDP 91,905
Cesar “Jawo” Jimenez Jr. NPC 55,808
Rommel “Atty. Meng” Agan UNA 31,635
Cesar Climaco Independent 5,755
Abubakar Barahama PFP 1,909
Karim Ismail Independent 1,869
Ephraim Ekong Independent 945

Vice Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Josephine “Pinpin” Pareja PAZ 96,302
Benjamin “BG” Guingona IV LDP 91,779
Melchor “Atty. Mel” Sadain Lakas-CMD 83,069
Elbert “Bong” Atilano UNA 26,042
Jul Julmunier Independent 2,934

Cagayan De Oro City

Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Rolando “Klarex” Uy NUP 157,575
Jose “Pompee” La Viña Lakas 128,071
Adonis “Dondon” Ragasi Promdi 2,080
Felix Borres Jr. III Independent 1,209
Glenn Ubalde Independent 857
Vicente “Vic” Flores KBL 747

Vice Mayor

CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
Jocelyn Rodriguez Centrist Democratic Party or CDP 174,851
Edna “Inday” Dahino NUP 99,017

Vote-rich cities in the Philippines 2022

The running candidates for national positions in this upcoming May 9 election are trying to win the support of the 67.5 million Filipinos from the country and overseas.



The presidential and vice-presidential elections held in different poll precincts in and outside the country determine the 17th President and 15th Vice President of the Philippines.

Every vote matters, and COMELEC’s made their compilation for the most recent vote-rich cities this year.

The city of Manila and Quezon are the only cities with more than a million voters and together make up the most populous voting bloc. There are a total of 1,403,895 registered voters in Quezon and 1,133,042 in Manila.

Other cities joining Manila and Quezon with the highest voter counts in the top 10 vote-rich cities are:




  • Davao (992,538 registered voters)
  • Cebu (733,044 registered voters)
  • Caloocan (700,279 registered voters)
  • Antipolo (471,250 registered voters)
  • Makati (458,362  registered voters)
  • Pasig (457,370 registered voters)
  • Taguig (449,359 registered voters)
  • Zamboanga (445,240 registered voters)

According to COMELEC’s gathered data, they only recorded 46.937 million out of 61.843 million registered voters who cast their ballots in the last 2019 elections. In the current top vote-rich city, only 68.26% of the total voters voted during the said year. – WhatALife!

Source: (yahoo.com)


Also read: 2022 Philippine Election Results – National Level

Jeraiza is a writer of Syntactics Inc. in Cagayan de Oro City. She writes for all sorts of topic to provide the right information and to keep the readers updated with the trends. A fan of all things classic, a typical bookworm with books gathering dust, and a fiction writer on weekends.

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