ANTI-RH LAW LEGISLATORS WIN BIG IN 2013 ELECTIONS by Zoe Vidal

Immaculate Conception - Manila Cathedral - CEAP 2009. Photo credit: Fr. Abe's personal

Immaculate Conception – Manila Cathedral – CEAP 2009. Photo credit: Fr. Abe’s personal

These are facts you will not find in mainstream media.
Especially not ABS-CBN.  We still don’t have feeds on LGUs.
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Anti-RH Lawmakers Win Big
in 2013 Elections

Jun 7  |  Posted by xavyniceday

During the RH Bill voting, both sides said they would campaign hard for those who would vote with them. And the pro-life side did as we said we would. And we have very interesting results. A lot of winners :-)

Congressmen and women winners who voted NO to RH Bill

1. Roman Romulo (Pasig)

2. Benjamin Asilo (Manila)

3. Naida Angping (Manila)

4. Trisha Bonoan-David (Manila)

5. Amado Bagatsing (Manila)

6. Toby Tiangco (Navotas)

7. Maximo Dalog (Mt. Province)

8. Imelda Marcos (Ilocos Norte)

9. Pol Bataoil (Pangasinan)

10. Gina de Venecia (Pangasinan)

11. Randolph Ting (Cagayan)

12. Dax Cua (Quirino)

13. Albert Garcia (Bataan)

14. Joseph Violago (Nueva Ecija)

15. Czarina Umali (Nueva Ecija)

16. Sonny Collantes (Batangas)

17. Mark Mendoza (Batangas)

18. Isidro Rodriguez, Jr (Rizal)

19. Lani Revilla (Cavite)

20. Karlo Nograles (Davao)

21. Budoy Madrona (Romblon)

22. Antonio Alvarez (Palawan)

23. Rufus Rodriguez (CDO)

24. Scott Lanete (Masbate)

25. Dato Arroyo (Camarines Sur)

26. Sal Fortuno (Camarines Sur)

27. Al Bichara (Albay)

28. Fernando Gonzales (Albay)

29. Cesar Sarmiento (Catanduanes)

30. Deogracias Ramos (Sorsogon)

31. Elmer Panotes (Camarines Norte)

32. Paolo Javier (Antique)

33. Arthur Robes

34. Arthur Yap (Bohol)

35. Benhur Salimbangon (Cebu)

36. George Arnaiz (Negros Oriental)

37. Henry Teves (Negros Oriental)

38. FM Romualdez (Leyte)

39. Lucy Gomez (Leyte)

40. Boying Cari (Leyte)

41. Emil Ong (Northern Samar)

42. Rosendo Labadlabad (Zamboanga del Norte)

43.Jorge Almonte (Misamis Occidental)

44. Robert Puno (Antipolo City)

45. Romeo Acop (Antipolo City)

46. Peter Unabia (Misamis Oriental)

47. Pedro Romualdo (Camiguin)

48. Thelma Almario (Davao Oriental)

49. Pedro Acharon

50. Manny Pacquiao (Sarangani)

51. Francisco Matugas (Surigao del Norte)

52. Guillermo Romarate Jr (Surigao del Norte)

53. Florencio Garay (Surigao del Sur)

54. Tina Plaza (Agusan del Sur)

55. Bebs Mellana (Agusan del Sur)

Those who didn’t make it: Aurelio Gonzales Jr. (Pampanga), Tom Apacible (Batangas), Maria Evita Arago (Laguna), Lord Velasco (Marinduque), Bernardo Vergara, Anthony Golez (Bacolod City), Pabling Garcia (Cebu), Orlando Fua (Siquijor) and Jess Paras (Bukidnon).

That’s an 86% winning rate for those Congressmen and women who voted NO TO THE RH BILL seeking re-election to Congress. There is a pro-life vote. And it worked this 2013. I am sure many of the new Congress members will be with us in this fight. And maybe some from the other side will come on over too.

Party List winners who voted NO to the RH Bill

1. BUHAY: the top vote getter!

2. AKO Bicol

3. Ating Koop

4. An Waray

5. A Teacher

6. 1-Care

7. Abamin

8. LPGMA

Two were disqualified before the elections (ANAD and Ang Galing Pinoy); and 5 didn’t get seats this time: Aangat Tayo, ALE, 1 ang Pamilya, AA Kasosyo and APEC.

Much more to do!

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