Gobernador

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Para sa ibang gamit, tingnan ang Gobernador (paglilinaw).

Ang gobernador (Ingles: governor [lalaki], governoress [babae]) ay ang pinuno ng isang lalawigan na mas mataas ang katungkulan kaysa alkalde ng isang lungsod. Gobernadora ang tawag sa babaeng ang pinuno ng isang lalawigan o asawa ng gobernador.

Talaan mga Gobernador at Bise-gobernador sa lalawigan ng Pilipinas[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Alokasyon at komposyon ng mga regular-halalan na miyembro per distriktong Sangguniang Panlalawigan
Lalawigan[1] Kabuuan Ika-1 Ika-2 Ika-3 Ika-4 Ika-5 Ika-6 Ika-7 Artikulo Gobernador
(partido)
Bise-gobernador
(partido)
Komposisyong partido
Abra
8
4
4
Board Eustaquio Bersamin
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Rolando Semera
(Lakas-Kampi)
4 Lakas-Kampi, 3 Liberal, 1 independent
Agusan del Norte
8
1[2]
7
Board Erlpe John Amante
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Enrico Corvera
(Lakas-Kampi)
8 Lakas-Kampi
Agusan del Sur
10
5
5
Board Adolph Plaza
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Santiago Cane, Jr.
(Lakas-Kampi)
9 Lakas-Kampi, 1 independent
Aklan
10
5
5
Board Carlito Marquez
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Gabrielle Calizo-Quimpo
(Nacionalista)
7 Lakas-Kampi, 2 PMP, 1 Bagumbayan-VNP
Albay
10
3
3
4
Board Joey Salceda
(Liberal)
Harold Imperial
(Lakas-Kampi)
6 Lakas-Kampi, 2 Liberal, 1 Nacionalista, 1 independent
Antique
10
5
5
Board Exequiel Javier
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Rosie Dimamay
(Lakas-Kampi)
6 Lakas-Kampi, 1 NPC, 1 PMP, 2 independent
Apayao
8
4
4
Board Elias K. Bulut, Sr.
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Hector Pascua
(Lakas-Kampi)
8 Lakas-Kampi
Aurora
8
4
4
Board Bellaflor Angara-Castillo (LDP) Gerardo Noveras
(Liberal)
7 LDP, 1 Nacionalista
Basilan
8
4
4
Board Jum Jainuddin-Akbar
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Al Rasheed Sakkalahul
(Lakas-Kampi)
5 Lakas-Kampi, 1 Liberal, 1 Nacionalista, 1 independent
Bataan
10
5
5
Board Enrique Garcia
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Efren Pascual
(Nacionalista)
7 Lakas-Kampi, 2 Liberal, 1 Nacionalista
Batanes
6
3
3
Board Vicente Gato
(Liberal)
Ferdinand Elica
(Lakas-Kampi)
3 Liberal, 2 Nacionalista, 1 Lakas-Kampi
Batangas
10
2
3
2
3
Board Vilma Santos-Recto
(Liberal)
Tony Leviste
(Liberal)
5 Liberal, 4 Lakas-Kampi, 1 Nacionalista
Benguet
10
4
6
Board Nestor Fongwan
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Crencencio Pacalso
(Lakas-Kampi)
8 Lakas-Kampi, 1 NPC, 1 independent
Biliran
8
4
4
Board Gerardo Espina, Jr.
(Nacionalista)
Manuel Montejo, Jr.
(Lakas-Kampi)
5 Nacionalista, 2 Lakas-Kampi, 1 independent
Bohol
10
3
3
4
Board Edgardo M. Chatto
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Concepcion Lim
(Lakas-Kampi)
5 Lakas-Kampi, 3 Nacionalista, 1 PDP-Laban, 1 independent
Bukidnon
10
3
4
3
Board Alex P. Calingasan
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Jose Maria Zubiri, Jr.
(Lakas-Kampi)
8 Lakas-Kampi, 2 Liberal
Bulacan
10
3
2
2
3[3]
Board Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Daniel Fernando
(Lakas-Kampi)
8 Liberal, 2 Lakas-Kampi
Cagayan
10
3
3
4
Board Alvaro Antonio
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Leonides Fausto
(Nacionalista)
5 Lakas-Kampi, 2 Nacionalista, 1 Liberal, 1 NPC, 1 independent
Camarines Norte
10
5
5
Board Edgardo Tallado
(Liberal)
Jonah Pimentel
(Lakas-Kampi)
7 Lakas-Kampi, 3 Liberal
Camarines Sur
10
1
2
2[4]
2
3
Board Luis Raymond Villafuerte, Jr.
(Nacionalista)
Fortunato Peña
(Nacionalista)
6 Nacionalista, 3 NPC, 1 Lakas-Kampi
Camiguin
6
3
3
Board Jurdin Jesus M. Romualdo
(NPC)
Leo Lasacar
(Lakas-Kampi)
6 Lakas-Kampi
Capiz
10
5
5
Board Victor Tangco
(Liberal)
Esteban Contreras
(Liberal)
5 Liberal, 4 Lakas-Kampi, 1 UK Capiz
Catanduanes
8
4
4
Board Joseph Cua
(Nacionalista)
Jose Teves, Jr.
(Lakas-Kampi)
4 Nacionalista, 1 Lakas-Kampi, 1 Nacionalista, 1 NPC, 1 independent
Cavite
14
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Board Juanito Victor C. Remulla Jr.
(Nacionalista)
Recto Cantimbuhan
(Liberal)
7 Liberal, 3 Nacionalista, 3 Lakas-Kampi, 1 Aksiyon Demokratiko
Cebu
12
2
2
2
2
2
2[5]
Board Gwendolyn Garcia
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Gregorio Sanchez, Jr.
(Liberal)
7 Lakas-Kampi, 2 Liberal, 2 Bakud, 1 One-Cebu, 1 Nacionalista
Compostela Valley
10
5
5
Board Arturo T. Uy
(Nacionalista)
Ramil Gentugaya
(Lakas-Kampi)
8 Lakas-Kampi, 1 Liberal, 1 independent
Cotabato
10
5
5
Board Emmylou J. Taliño-Mendoz
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Gregorio Ipong
(Lakas-Kampi)
9 Lakas-Kampi, 1 Liberal
Davao del Norte
10
5
5
Board Rodolfo P. del Rosario
(Liberal)
Victorino Suaybaguio, Jr.
(Liberal)
5 Lakas-Kampi, 4 Liberal, 1 independent
Davao del Sur
10
5
5
Board Douglas Ra. Cagas
(Nacionalista)
Arsenio Latasa
(NPC)
5 Nacionalista, 2 NPC, 1 Lakas-Kampi, 2 independent
Davao Oriental
10
5
5
Board Corazon Nunez-Malanyaon
(Nacionalista)
Jose Mayo Almario
(Lakas-Kampi)
5 Nacionalista, 2 Lakas-Kampi, 1 Liberal, 2 independent
Eastern Samar
10
5
5
Board Conrado B. Nicart Jr.
(Nacionalista)
Christopher Gonzales
(Lakas-Kampi)
7 Lakas-Kampi, 2 Nacionalista, 1 PDSP
Guimaras
8
4
4
Board Felipe Hilan A. Nava
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Aurelio Tionado
(Lakas-Kampi)
6 Lakas-Kampi, 2 Nacionalista
Ifugao
8
4
4
Board Eugene M. Balitang
(Liberal)
Pedro Mayam-o
(Liberal)
3 Lakas-Kampi, 3 Nacionalista, 2 independent
Ilocos Norte
10
5
5
Board Ma. Imelda Josefa R. Marcos
(Nacionalista)
Eugenio Barba
(Lakas-Kampi)
4 Nacionalista, 2 Lakas-Kampi, 1 KBL, 3 independent
Ilocos Sur
10
5
5
Board Luis "Chavit" Singson
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Deogracias Savellano
(Lakas-Kampi)
10 Lakas-Kampi
Iloilo
10
2
2
2
2
2
Board Arthur D. Defensor, Sr.
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD/Nacionalista/PRP)
Oscar Garin, Jr.
(Lakas-Kampi)
5 Liberal, 4 Lakas-Kampi, 1 Nacionalista
Isabela
10
3
2
3
2[6]
Board Faustino "Bojie" G. Dy III
(NPC/Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Rodolfo Albano III
(Lakas-Kampi)
4 Bigkis Pinoy, 3 NPC, 2 Lakas-Kampi, 1 independent
Kalinga
8
4
4
Board Jocel Baac
(PMP)
Allen Jesse C. Mangaoang
La Union
10
5
5
Board Manuel Ortega
(NPC)
Aureo Nisce
(Lakas-Kampi)
not available
Laguna
10
3
3
2
2
Board Emilio Ramon Ejercito
(PMP)
Caesar Perez
(Bigkis Pinoy)
6 Lakas-Kampi, 2 Liberal, 2 Nacionalista
Lanao del Norte
10
5
5
Board Mohammad Khalid Q. Dimaporo
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Irma Ali
(Lakas-Kampi)
10 Lakas-Kampi
Lanao del Sur
10
5
5
Board Mamintal Alonto-Adiong, Jr.
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Arsad A. Marahombsar not available
Leyte
10
2[7]
2
2
2[8]
2
Board Jericho Petilla
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Ma. Mimietta Bagulaya
(Liberal)
9 Lakas-Kampi, 1 Liberal
Maguindanao
10
5[9]
5
Board Esmael Mangudadatu
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Ismael Mastura
(Lakas-Kampi)
2 Bagumbayan-VNP, 1 Aksiyon Demokratiko, 7 independent
Marinduque
8
4
4
Board Carmencita Reyes
(Liberal)
Antonio Uy
(Liberal)
5 Liberal, 1 Lakas-Kampi, 2 independent
Masbate
10
2
4
4
Board Rizalina L. Seachon-Lañete
(NPC)
Vicente Revil
(NPC)
3 Lakas-Kampi, 3 NPC, 2 Nacionalista, 1 PMP, 1 independent
Misamis Occidental
10
5
5
Board Herminia M. Ramiro
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Henry Oaminal
(Nacionalista)
6 Nacionalista, 4 Lakas-Kampi
Misamis Oriental
10
5
5
Board Oscar S. Moreno
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD/PaDayon Pilipino)
Norris Babiera, Sr. (Lakas-Kampi) 5 Lakas-Kampi, 3 PMP, 1 Liberal, 1 Nacionalista
Lalawigang Bulubundukin
8
4
4
Board Leonard Mayaen
(Nacionalista)
Bonifacio Jr. C. Lacwasan not available
Negros Occidental
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
Board Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr.
(NPC)
Genaro Alvarez, Sr.
(NPC)
5 Lakas-Kampi, 5 NPC, 2 Nacionalista
Negros Oriental
10
3
4
3
Board Emilio II C. Macias Agustin R. Perdices
(Nacionalista-Kasaligan)
not available
Northern Samar
10
5
5
Board Paul R. Daza
(Liberal)
Galahad O. Vicencio 8 Liberal, 2 Lakas-Kampi
Nueva Ecija
10
3
2
2
3
Board Aurelio Matias Umali
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD/Unang Sigaw Partido ng Pagbabago)
Rommel C. Padilla 8 Sigaw, 2 BALANE
Nueva Vizcaya
10
5
5
Board Luisa Lloren Cuaresma
(Nacionalista)
Jose Gambito
(Nacionalista)
7 Nacionalista, 3 Liberal
Occidental Mindoro
10
5
5
Board Josephine Ramirez-Sato
(NPC)
Mario Gene Mendiola
(NPC)
5 NPC
Oriental Mindoro
10
5
5
Board Alfonso Umali, Jr.
(Liberal)
Humerlito Dolor
(Liberal)
6 Lakas-Kampi, 3 Liberal, 1 independent
Palawan
10
5
5[10]
Board Abraham Mitra
(Liberal)
Clara Reyes
(Lakas-Kampi)
4 Lakas-Kampi, 4 PPP, 2 Liberal
Pampanga
10
2[11]
3
3
2
Board Lilia G. Pineda
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Yeng Guiao
(Lakas-Kampi)
7 Lakas-Kampi, 2 Nacionalista, 1 independent
Pangasinan
12
2
2
2
2[12]
2
2
Board Amado Espino
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Jose Calimlim, Jr.
(Lakas-Kampi)
5 NPC, 4 Liberal, 3 Lakas-Kampi
Quezon
10
2
3[13]
2
3
Board David C. Suarez
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Vicente Alcala
(Independent)
7 Liberal, 1 Lakas-Kampi, 1 Nacionalista, 1 PDP-Laban
Quirino
8
4
4
Board Junie E. Cua
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
May Calaunan
(Liberal)
6 Lakas-Kampi, 2 Liberal
Rizal
10
4
4
1[14]
1[15]
Board Casimiro Ynares, III
(NPC)
Frisco Jr. S. San Juan not available
Romblon
8
4
4
Board Eduardo Firmalo
(Liberal)
Manuel Madrid
(NPC)
3 Lakas-Kampi, 3 NPC, 2 Liberal
Samar
10
5
5
Board Sharee Ann T. Tan
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Stephen James T. Tan not available
Sarangani
10
4
6
Board Miguel Rene Dominguez
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Steve Solon
(Lakas-Kampi)
9 PCM, 1 Lakas-Kampi
Siquijor
6
3
3
Board Orlando Fua, Jr.
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Andre Jesu Cortes (Lakas-Kampi) 6 Lakas-Kampi
Sorsogon
10
5
5
Board Raul Lee
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Antonio Escudero, Jr.
(Independent)
5 Lakas-Kampi, 4 Liberal, 1 KAMPI
South Cotabato
10
3[16]
7
Board Arthur Y. Pingoy Jr
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Elmo Tolosa
(Lakas-Kampi)
4 NPC, 2 Lakas-Kampi, 2 PMP, 1 PDSP, 1 independent
Southern Leyte
8
4
4
Board Damian Mercado
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Miguel Maamo II
(Lakas-Kampi)
8 Lakas-Kampi
Sultan Kudarat
10
5
5
Board Suharto T. Mangudadatu
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Ernesto Matias
(Lakas-Kampi)
9 Lakas-Kampi, 1 independent
Sulu
10
5
5
Board Abdusakur M. Tan
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Benjamin Loong
(NPC)
5 Lakas-Kampi, 5 NPC
Surigao del Norte
10
5
5
Board Sol Matugas
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Arturo Egay, Jr. (Lakas-Kampi) 5 Lakas-Kampi, 4 Nacionalista, 1 PP Surigao
Surigao del Sur
10
5
5
Board Johnny Pimentel
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Manuel Alameda, Sr.
(Lakas-Kampi)
9 Lakas-Kampi, 1 NPC
Tarlac
10
3
4
3
Board Victor Yap
(NPC)
Pearl Angeli Pacada
(Lakas-Kampi)
4 NPC, 3 Lakas-Kampi, 2 Liberal, 1 Nacionalista
Tawi-Tawi
8
4
4
Board Sadikul A. Sahali
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Ruby Sahali
(Lakas-Kampi)
6 Lakas-Kampi, 1 Liberal, 1 NPC
Zambales
10
3[17]
7
Board Hermogenes E. Ebdane, Jr.
(Reporma-LM)
Ramon II G. Lacbain not available
Zamboanga del Norte
10
2
4
4
Board Rolando Yebes
(Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
Francis Olvis
(Lakas-Kampi)
10 Lakas-Kampi
Zamboanga del Sur
10
5
5
Board Antonio Cerilles
(NPC)
Juan Regala
(Lakas-Kampi)
10 Lakas-Kampi
Zamboanga Sibugay
10
5
5
Board Rommel A. Jalosjos
(Nacionalista)
Rey Olegario
(Nacionalista)
9 Nacionalista, 1 Lakas-Kampi
^a Provinces in italic are those which are represented in Congress by just one representative, and therefore were divided into two by COMELEC for the purpose of electing SP members.
^b The highly-urbanized city of Butuan is excluded from the 1st SP district of Agusan del Norte, but for the purposes of congressional representation the city is grouped with a portion of the province.
^c The component city of San Jose del Monte is included in the 4th SP district of Bulacan, despite constituting its own congressional district.
^d The independent component city of Naga is excluded from the 3rd SP district of Camarines Sur, but for the purposes of congressional representation the city is grouped with a portion of that province's congressional representation.
^e The highly-urbanized city of Mandaue is included in the 6th SP district and the 6th congressional district of Cebu, despite being an independent city.
^f The independent component city of Santiago is excluded from the 4th SP district of Isabela, but for the purposes of congressional representation the city is grouped with a portion of that province's congressional representation.
^g The highly-urbanized city of Tacloban is excluded from the 1st SP district of Leyte, but for the purposes of congressional representation the city is grouped with a portion of that province's congressional representation.
^h The independent component city of Ormoc is excluded from the 4th SP district of Leyte, but for the purposes of congressional representation the city is grouped with a portion of that province's congressional representation.
^i The independent component city of Cotabato is excluded from the 1st SP district of Maguindanao, but for the purposes of congressional representation the city is grouped with a portion of that province's congressional representation.
^j The highly-urbanized city of Puerto Princesa is excluded from the 2nd SP district of Palawan, but for the purposes of congressional representation the city is grouped with a portion of that province's congressional representation.
^k The highly-urbanized city of Angeles is excluded from the 1st SP district of Pampanga, but for the purposes of congressional representation the city is grouped with a portion of that province's congressional representation.
^l The independent component city of Dagupan is excluded from the 4th SP district of Pangasinan, but for the purposes of congressional representation the city is grouped with a portion of that province's congressional representation.
^m The highly-urbanized city of Lucena is included in the 2nd SP district and the 2nd congressional district of Quezon, despite being an independent city.
^n The component city of Antipolo elects two members to the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Rizal. One of these two SP members is elected from an area of Antipolo contiguous to the city's 1st congressional district. While this provincial constituency has no formal designation, it serves as a de facto Sangguniang Panlalawigan district of Rizal.
^o The component city of Antipolo elects two members to the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Rizal. One of these two SP members is elected from an area of Antipolo contiguous to the city's 2nd congressional district. While this provincial constituency has no formal designation, it serves as a de facto Sangguniang Panlalawigan district of Rizal.
^p The highly-urbanized city of General Santos is excluded from the 1st SP district of South Cotabato, but for the purposes of congressional representation the city is grouped with a portion of that province's congressional representation.
^q The highly-urbanized city of Olongapo is excluded from the 1st SP district of Zambales, but for the purposes of congressional representation the city is grouped with a portion of that province's congressional representation.

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