Jun Binay re-elected mayor of Makati
MANILA, Philippines—Incumbent Makati Mayor Jejomar Erwin “Jun-Jun” Binay won a second term in the May 13 midterm elections, beating his opponent by an overwhelming margin.
Binay was proclaimed winner by the Board of Canvassers on Tuesday noon, garnering a total of 224,740 votes. His lone rival, Renato Bondal, got a total of 27505 votes.
The proclamation cemented the 30-year-reign of the Binay family in the country’s financial capital.
The BOC also proclaimed Jun-Jun’s sibling Abigail winner of the congressional seat of Makati’s second district with 117,066 votes and Monique Lagdameo winner in the first district with 92,348 votes.
Makati Vice Mayor Romulo “Kid” Peña of the Liberal Party was also reelected with 129,499 votes. With a report from Marc Joseph Alejo, trainee
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