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Legislative districts of Isabela

 

Legislative districts of Isabela

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The Legislative Districts of Isabela, namely the first, second, third, fourth districts, are the representations of the Province of Isabela and the independent city of Santiago in the Philippine House of Representatives. The province was represented as a lone legislative district until 1972. It was part of the representation of Region II from 1978 to 1984, and from 1984 to 1986, it elected 3 assemblymen at-large. In 1986, it was redistricted into four legislative districts.

Contents

  • 1st District 1
  • 2nd District 2
  • 3rd District 3
  • 4th District (shared with Santiago City) 4
  • Lone District (defunct) 5
  • At-large (defunct) 6
  • References 7

1st District

1st District of Isabela
Period Representative
8th Congress
1987–1992
Rodolfo B. Albano, Jr.
9th Congress
1992–1995
10th Congress
1995–1998
11th Congress
1998–2001
Rodolfo T. Albano III
12th Congress
2001–2004
Rodolfo B. Albano, Jr.
13th Congress
2004–2007
Rodolfo T. Albano III
14th Congress
2007–2010
15th Congress
2010–2013
Rodolfo B. Albano, Jr.
16th Congress
2013–2016
Rodolfo T. Albano III

2nd District

2nd District of Isabela
Period Representative
8th Congress
1987–1992
Simplicio B. Domingo, Jr.
9th Congress
1992–1995
Faustino S. Dy, Jr.
10th Congress
1995–1998
11th Congress
1998–2001
12th Congress
2001–2004
Edwin C. Uy
13th Congress
2004–2007
14th Congress
2007–2010
15th Congress
2010–2013
Ana Cristina S. Go
16th Congress
2013–2016

3rd District

3rd District of Isabela
Period Representative
8th Congress
1987–1992
Santiago P. Respicio
9th Congress
1992–1995
10th Congress
1995–1998
11th Congress
1998–2001
Ramon M. Reyes
12th Congress
2001–2004
Faustino G. Dy III
13th Congress
2004–2007
14th Congress
2007–2010
15th Congress
2010–2013
Napoleon S. Dy
16th Congress
2013–2016

4th District (shared with Santiago City)

4th District of Isabela
Period Representative
8th Congress
1987–1992
Antonio M. Abaya
9th Congress
1992–1995
10th Congress
1995–1998
11th Congress
1998–2001
Heherson T. Alvarez
12th Congress
2001–2004
Antonio M. Abaya
Giorgidi B. Aggabao
13th Congress
2004–2007
Anthony Miranda
14th Congress
2007–2010
Giorgidi B. Aggabao
15th Congress
2010–2013
16th Congress
2013–2016
^1 Independent component city since July 4, 1994. Independent from the province and does not vote for provincial officials by virtue of Republic Act No. 7720. Only votes with Isabela for congressional representation.
^2 Died on February 26, 2003.
^3 Elected to complete the unexpired term of predecessor, assumed office on May 19, 2003.

Lone District (defunct)

Period Representative
1st Philippine Legislature
1907–1909
Nicolas P. Claravall
Dimas Guzman
2nd Philippine Legislature
1909–1912
Eliseo Claravall
3rd Philippine Legislature
1912–1916
4th Philippine Legislature
1916–1919
Mauro Verzosa
5th Philippine Legislature
1919–1922
Miguel Binag
6th Philippine Legislature
1922–1925
Tolentino Verzosa
7th Philippine Legislature
1925–1928
Manuel Nieto
8th Philippine Legislature
1928–1931
Pascual Paguirigan
9th Philippine Legislature
1931–1934
Silvestre Macutay
10th Philippine Legislature
1934–1935
Silvino Gumpal
1st National Assembly
1935–1938
Mauro Verzosa
2nd National Assembly
1938–1941
3rd National Assembly
1941–1946
Lino J. Castillejos
1st Congress
1946–1949
Domingo Paguirigan
2nd Congress
1949–1953
Samuel Reyes
3rd Congress
1953–1957
4th Congress
1957–1961
Delfin B. Albano
5th Congress
1961–1965
6th Congress
1965–1969
Melanio T. Singson
7th Congress
1969–1972
Rodolfo B. Albano, Jr.
^1 Unseated by the Assembly.

At-large (defunct)

Period Representative
National Assembly
1943–1944
Lino J. Castillejos
Gregorio P. Formoso
Regular Batasang Pambansa
1984–1986
Rodolfo B. Albano, Jr.
Prospero G. Bello
Simplicio B. Domingo, Jr.

References

  • Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library
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