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El Salvador Barangay Elections 2013, Results

El Salvador Barangay Elections 2013 was held on Monday, the 28th of October 2013. This election was to elect barangay captain or barangay chairman and seven councilors to fill up elective posts in each barangay. El Salvador City in the province of Misamis Oriental is composed of 15 barangays, and hence the registered voters in city had elected 15 barangay captains and 105 barangay councilors.

Map of El Salvador City | El Salvador Barangay Elections 2013

Map of El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental

Dubbed as “The City of Mercy”, and “City of The Saviour”, El Salvador serves as a pilgrimage site for the Divine Mercy devotees. It is a city in the province of Misamis Oriental. According to the 2007 Philippine census, it has a population of about 41,905 people and records 7,290 households in the 2000 Philippine census.

The city is bordered by the Municipality of Alubijid to the west, Opol to the east and Manticao and Naawan to the south. On the north, lies Macajalar Bay in the Bohol Sea.

According to Wikipedia, administratively the Component City of El Salvador City is subdivided into 15 barangays. One forms the center of the city (Poblacion) whereas the other 14 are in the outlying areas. Some of them are even several kilometers away from the center of the Component City.

El Salvador Barangay Elections 2013

Listed below are the barangays of El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental

  • Amoros
  • Bolisong
  • Pedro Sa. Baculio (Bolo-Bolo)
  • San Francisco de Asis (Calongonan)
  • Cogon
  • Himaya
  • Hinigdaan
  • Kalabaylabay
  • Molugan
  • Poblacion
  • Quibonbon
  • Sambulawan
  • Sinaloc
  • Taytay
  • Ulaliman

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