Mayor Francis Zamora wins reelection bid in San Juan City

Zamora’s running mate Warren Villa also reelected as vice mayor

(Eagle News) — San Juan Mayor Francis Zamora won his reelection bid in the city after he was proclaimed the winner by the city’s Board of Canvassers on Monday night.

Zamora, who ran under the PDP-Laban party, garnered 66,883 while his rival, PMP’s Jun Usman, got 9,413 votes.

Also winning reelection as vice mayor was Zamora’s running mate, Warren Villa.

He garnered 55920 votes as opposed to Philip Cezar’s 16,608 votes.

This is Zamora’s second consecutive term as San Juan City mayor, having been first elected to the post in 2019.

Prior to his election to the local chief executive post, Zamora served as vice mayor for two consecutive terms from 2010.