Camarines Sur's 3rd congressional district

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Camarines Sur's 3rd congressional district
Constituency
for the House of Representatives of the Philippines
Ph locator camarines sur.svg
Location of Camarines Sur within the Philippines
Province Camarines Sur
Region Bicol Region
Population515,040 (2015) [1]
Electorate304,431 (2019) [2]
Major settlements
Area614.51 km2 (237.26 sq mi)
Current constituency
Created1987
Representative Gabriel Bordado
Political party  Liberal
Congressional blocMinority

Camarines Sur's 3rd congressional district is one of the five congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Camarines Sur. It has been represented in the House of Representatives since 1987. [3] The district consists of the provincial capital Pili, its largest city Naga, and adjacent municipalities of Bombon, Calabanga, Camaligan, Canaman, Magarao and Ocampo. [4] [5] It is currently represented in the 18th Congress by Gabriel Bordado of the Liberal Party (LP). [6]

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Representation history

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Camarines Sur's 3rd district for the House of Representatives of the Philippines

District created February 2, 1987. [4]
1Eduardo P. PilapilJune 30, 1987June 30, 1992 8th Lakas ng Bansa Elected in 1987.1987–2010
Caramoan, Garchitorena, Goa, Lagonoy, Presentacion, Sagñay, San Jose, Siruma, Tigaon, Tinambac
2 Arnulfo Fuentebella June 30, 1992June 30, 2001 9th NPC Elected in 1992.
10th Re-elected in 1995.
11th Re-elected in 1998.
3 Felix William Fuentebella June 30, 2001June 30, 2004 12th NPC Elected in 2001.
(2) Arnulfo Fuentebella June 30, 2004June 30, 2010 13th NPC Elected in 2004.
14th Re-elected in 2007.
Redistricted to Camarines Sur's 4th district.
4 Luis Villafuerte June 30, 2010June 30, 2013 15th NPC Elected in 2010.2010–present
Bombon, Calabanga, Camaligan, Canaman, Magarao, Naga, Ocampo, Pili
5 Leni Robredo June 30, 2013June 30, 2016 16th Liberal Elected in 2013.
6 Gabriel Bordado June 30, 2016Incumbent 17th Liberal Elected in 2016.
18th Re-elected in 2019.

Election results

2019

2019 Philippine House of Representatives election in Camarines Sur's 3rd District
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Gabriel Bordado 102,929
Nacionalista Luis Villafuerte 81,304
PDP–Laban Sulpicio Roco, Jr.31,446
Total votes
Liberal hold

2016

2016 Philippine House of Representatives election in Camarines Sur's 3rd District
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Gabriel Bordado 100,127
NPC Luis Villafuerte 81,074
Invalid or blank votes28,463
Total votes209,664
Liberal hold

2013

2013 Philippine House of Representatives election at Camarines Sur's 3rd district
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Leni Robredo 123,843 69.93
NPC Nelly Villafuerte35,16019.85
Independent Charina Fausto2,2961.30
PDP–Laban Oscar Arcilla, Jr.6400.36
Margin of victory88,68350.08
Invalid or blank votes15,1558.56
Total votes177,094 100.00
Liberal gain from NPC

2010

Philippine House of Representatives election at Camarines Sur's 3rd district
PartyCandidateVotes%
NPC Luis Villafuerte 126,116 70.11
Liberal Jaime Jacob35,92719.97
Lakas Oscar Nonito Arcilla2,4251.35
Valid ballots164,46891.43
Invalid or blank votes15,4198.57
Total votes179,887 100.00
NPC hold

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