The Philippines held the 2018 Barangay and SK elections on May 14, 2018, Monday, several years after it had been put on hold–five years for the Barangay elections, and in eight years for SK elections.
The election elected the Punong Barangay, more commonly known as barangay captains, and members of the Sangguniang Barangay, or barangay council, in 42,044 barangays (villages) throughout the country whose terms start in June 30, 2018.
Elections for the reformed Sangguniang Kabataan were also be held at the same time.
According to the Commission on Elections (COMELEC), Quezon City was the city with the most number of registered voters equivalent to 1,250,349 voters while Barangay 176 in Caloocan City was the barangay with the most number of registered voters, 92,080.
Iloilo was the province with most number of barangays (1,901) while the province with the most number of registered voters was the Province of Cebu (2,887,455).
In the last 5 years, the Barangay polls were postponed twice while the SK polls which was scheduled October 2013 were postponed four times.
Based on Philippine Statistics Authority and COMELEC data, there were 57,378,380 registered voters for the Barangay Elections with 9 out of 10 Filipinos (18 years old and above) are registered voters.
Luzon has the most number of registered voters with 22,187,867 (38.67%), followed by Visayas with 15,281,354 (26.63%), while Mindanao has 13,267,132 (23.12%) voters. National Capital Region (Metro Manila) comprised 11.58% of the registered voters.
2018 Barangay and SK Elections Results
2018 Barangay and SK election results will be partially provided here once released from third-party sources. Results may focus on barangays in Metro Manila and other big cities in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.
CITY OF MANILA