Batangas local elections, 2019
Local elections will held in the Province of Batangas on May 13, 2019 as part of the 2019 Philippine general election. Voters will select candidates for all local positions: a town mayor, vice mayor and town councilors, as well as members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, the vice-governor, governor and for the six districts of Batangas.
Incumbent Hermilando Mandanas assumed as Governor of Batangas after winning the 2016 elections. He is running for his fifth non-consecutive term as Governor.
In this elections, majority of the politicians who are running for different posts are under the One Batangas, a local party formed by Senator Ralph Recto and 6th District of Batangas Representative Vilma Santos-Recto, and are members of the Nacionalista Party.
Gubernatorial and Vice Gubernatorial election
|Nacionalista||Jose Antonio Leviste II|
Eileen Ermita-Buhain is the incumbent.
Raneo Abu is the Incumbent.
Maria Theresa Collantes is the incumbent.
|PDP-Laban||Maria Theresa Collantes|
Lianda Bolilia is the incumbent.
|NPC||Mark Llandro Mendoza|
Marvey Mariño is the incumbent.
Vilma Santos-Recto is the incumbent. Her main opponent is incumbent Lipa Mayor Meynardo Sabili. Initially, Sabili is running under the Nationalist People's Coaltion. However, the party withdrew his nomination. As a result, Sabili is running as an independent.
Sangguniang Panlalawigan Elections
All 6 Districts of Batangas will elect Sangguniang Panlalawigan or provincial board members.
|PDP-Laban||Randy James Amo|
|Nacionalista||Aries Emmanuel Mendoza|
City and Municipal Elections
All cities and municipalities of Batangas also elected their new mayor and vice-mayor in this election. The candidates for mayor and vice mayor with the highest number of votes won the respective seats; they were voted separately, and may therefore have derived from different parties. Below is the list of mayoralty candidates of each city and municipalities per district.
Jhoanna Corona-Villamor assumed as City Mayor following the assassination of former Mayor Antonio Halili on July 2, 2018. Although she may run for her first full three-year term, she is running for provincial board member. His father, former mayor and incumbent Board Member Alfredo Corona is her party's nominee. His opponent is Angeline Halili, daughter of the late Mayor Halili.
Vice Mayor Benedicto Corona, being the first councilor assumed office after his niece, Jhoanna Corona-Villamor assumed as Mayor following the assassination of former Mayor Antonio Halili on July 2, 2018. He is running for city councilor and his party's nominee is former Vice Mayor Julius Cesar Platon. His opponent is former City Administrator Junjun Trinidad.
|Nacionalista||Julius Cesar Platon|
Mayor Juan Toreja is term limited, his party nominated Former Mayor Artemio Chua. His opponent is incumbent Vice Mayor Edralyn Joy Salvame.
|NPC||Edralyn Joy Salvame|
Vice Mayor Edrayln Joy Salvame is running for mayor, her party nominated councilor Juvy Mendoza. Her opponent is councilor Socrates Arellano
Mayor Rodolfo Manalo is term limited. His party nominated his wife, Teresita. Her opponent is incumbent Vice Mayor Ildebrando Salud
|NPC||Ildebrando "Beebong" Salud|
Incumbent Vice Mayor Ildebrando Salud is running for mayor. His party nominated incumbent councilor Florencio De Chavez. His opponent is former Vice Mayor Octavio Antonio Marasigan.
|NPC||Florencio De Chavez|
|Nacionalista||Octavio Antonio Marasigan|
|Nacionalista||Mario Rito Arellano|
|NPC||Rodelio "Bibingka" De Chavez|
|Nacionalista||Erniño "Kid" Llana|
|Nacionalista||Andres "Rawy" Luistro|
|Nacionalista||Marcelino "Triman" Manalo|
|Nacionalista||Angelo Luis Marasigan|
|Nacionalista||Mary Dayrich Mindanao|
|NPC||Alvin John Samonte|
Mayor Meynardo Sabili is term limited and is running for congressman, his wife, Bernadette is his party's nominee. Her opponent is incumbent Vice Mayor Eric Africa
Vice Mayor Eric is running for mayor, his party nominated councilor Mark Aries Luancing. His opponent is former Mayor Ruben Umali.
|Nacionalista||Mark Aries Luancing|
- "Rectos leave Liberal Party, join Nacionalista Party". Rappler. Retrieved October 14, 2018.
- "Daughter of slain 'walk of shame' mayor to run for father's post". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved October 14, 2018.
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