Philippine House of Representatives elections, 2010 (Ilocos Region)
|Location of the Ilocos Region within the country.|
|Party||Popular vote||%|| Seats|
In Ilocos Norte, the Marcoses had a split within their ranks, former first lady Imelda Marcos and his children Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. and Imee Marcos had allied themselves with Nacionalista Party and Manny Villar. Imelda's nephew Michael Keon would only support Ferdinand Jr.'s campaign for senator as part of the Nacionalista's roster but not Villar; Keon is a member of Lakas-Kampi-CMD and supports Gilbert Teodoro. The Marcoses also had a reconciliation with the Fariñases and invited Rodolfo Fariñas as a congressional candidate for the Nacionalistas in the province's first district.
Incumbent Roque Ablan, Jr. (Lakas-Kampi-CMD) is on his third consecutive term and can not run for reelection. His seat will be contested by his son Kristian and former congressman Rodolfo Fariñas.
|Invalid or blank votes||8,145||5.38|
|Nacionalista gain from Lakas-Kampi|
Incumbent Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. will leave the House to run for a Senate seat. His mother and former first lady Imelda will run for his seat under the Kilusang Bagong Lipunan (KBL) as the younger Marcos was expelled from the party. She was challenged by Marcos supporter Mariano Nalupta. She is co-nominated by the Nacionalista Party.
|Lakas-Kampi||Mariano Nalupta, Jr.||27,359||19.98|
|Invalid or blank votes||7,873||5.44|
|KBL gain from Nacionalista|
In Ilocos Sur the Singson clan headed by Luis Singson is expected to win majority of elective positions in the province. Luis will run as governor of the province, his son Ronald Singson will run as the province's representative from the first district, and daughter-in-law Grace Singson will run on her husband Eric Singson's seat in the second district since Eric is limited three consecutive terms. Eric and Grace's son Eric Jr. was Lakas-Kampi-CMD's nominee in the district.
Ronald Singson is the incumbent.
|Invalid or blank votes||12,660||9.06|
On March 2011, Singson resigned after being found guilty of drug possession in Hong Kong. The Commission on Elections called an election that will be held on May 28, 2011.
Eric Singson is the incumbent, but he is in his third consecutive term already and is ineligible for reelection. His son Eric Jr. is his party's nominee for the district's seat.
|Lakas-Kampi||Eric Singson, Jr.||147,409||93.63|
|Invalid or blank votes||29,612||15.88|
La Union's two seats in the House will be contested in albeit different circumstances: in the first district, Rep. Victor Francisco Ortega, whose brother is the current Governor Manuel Ortega will contest the seat against an independent candidate James Paul Orros, who claims to be a relative of the Ortegas. In the second district, Butch Dumpit, son of defeated gubernational candidate Tomas Dumpit in 2007, will go up against Eufranio Eriguel, who reportedly has support by nine of the eleven mayors in that district. The younger Ortega and Dumpit will contest the province's governorship anew.
Victor Francisco Ortega is the incumbent. Orros eventually backed out.
|Lakas-Kampi||Victor Francisco Ortega||144,537||100.00|
|Invalid or blank votes||2,575||2.64|
Tomas Dumpit, Jr. is the incumbent.
|Lakas-Kampi||Tomas Dumpit, Jr.||63,622||33.91|
|Invalid or blank votes||5,798||3.00|
|NPC gain from Lakas-Kampi|
Incumbent Arthur Celeste (Lakas-Kampi-CMD) is running for mayor of Alaminos. His brother Jesus is his party's nominee for the district's seat. He will face former GMA Network investigative journalist and reporter Maki Pulido running under the Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino; she is also nominated by local party Biskeg na Pangasinan.
|Nacionalista||Domingo Doctor, Jr.||8,042||4.71|
|Independent||Vladimir Mauricio Mabalot III||431||0.25|
|Invalid or blank votes||13,869||7.51|
Incumbent Victor Agbayani is running for governor of Pangasinan. The Liberal Party nominated Arthur Caronoñgan as their candidate for the district's seat.
Former PNP Chief Leopoldo Bataoil and Former NBN-4 Business Correspondent Kim Bernardo Lokin are also nominated by local party Biskeg na Pangasinan.
|NPC||Kim Bernardo Lokin||36,087||18.99|
|KBL||Franco de Guzman||1,959||1.03|
|Invalid or blank votes||22,594||10.63|
|Lakas-Kampi gain from Liberal|
Ma. Rachel Aranas is the incumbent.
|Lakas-Kampi||Ma. Rachel Arenas||165,677||65.08|
|Invalid or blank votes||9,876||3.73|
|NPC||Gina de Venecia||128,198||66.35|
|Invalid or blank votes||6,912||3.45|
|NPC gain from Independent|
Marcos Cojuangco is in his third consecutive term and is ineligible for reelection. His wife Sison mayor Kimi is his party's nominee for the district's seat.
|Invalid or blank votes||15,041||6.90|
Conrado Estrella III is in his third consecutive term and is ineligible for reelection. The NPC nominated Marilyn Primcias-Agabas as their candidate for the district's seat.
Hermogenes Esperon is also nominated by local party Biskeg na Pangasinan.
|Invalid or blank votes||4,544||2.22|
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