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Woman spends night in jail after attacking promodizer

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New blood, surprise wins noted in Metro Manila

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May. 14, 19 | 10:09 am

Political families that held top positions in major cities in Metro Manila gave way to close political opponents and newbies as the 2019 national and local elections draw to a close on Monday.

The Estrada clan, who stayed at the helm of San Juan City, was replaced by long-time political opponents the Zamora family.

Francis Zamora defeated incumbent vice mayor Janella Estrada in San Juan mayoralty race. The victory puts an end to the the Estrada’s dominance for almost five decades.

Zamora’s father, Ronaldo, defeated actor-turned-politician Edu Manzano in the lone congressional district post of San Juan.

Meanwhile, Francis Zamora got 35,016 votes as against Janella Estrada’s 24,813 votes while Ronaldo Zamora has 35,386 votes while Manzano gathered 23,627 votes.

Warren Villa was proclaimed vice mayor with 28,882 votes, beating rivals Boy Celles (24,465) and Glenn Angeles (6,104).

In Pasig City, an incumbent city councilor and the son of actors Vic Sotto and Coney Reyes defeated the incumbent mayor Robert Eusebio.

Victor Ma Regis Sotto or Vico Sotto led the race early in the day and of 12 a.m. of May 14, has gathered 188,321 votes as against the 109,245 votes of incumbent Robert Eusebio.

For vice mayor, Iyo Bernardo, who is unopposed, had 243,586 votes.

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