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As of May 10, 2010, the Local Election Officer of the Commission on Elections of the municipality of Labason showed that it has a voting strength of 23,135 voters comprising of 128 precincts.

Table 3.4. Consolidated Report on the Total Number of Precincts and Registered Voters as of May 10, 2010

Name of BarangayNo. of PrecinctsNo. of Registered Voters

Antonino

14

2,624

Balas

6

1,115

Bobongan

4

680

Dansalan

6

1,029

Gabu

4

647

Immaculada

3

400

Kipit

8

1,558

La Union

6

1,026

Lapatan

4

771

Lawagan

5

906

Lawigan

5

810

Lopoc

8

1,419

Malintuboan

8

1,549

New Salvacion

3

543

Osukan

11

2,147

Patawag

8

1,389

San Isidro

2

310

Ubay

6

1133

Gil Sanchez

9

1,596

Imelda

8

1,483

TOTAL

128

23,135

            It is noteworthy, that the 128 established precincts for the May 10, 2010 political exercise was clustered into 40 precincts in 20 voting centers to paved the way for the first automated election of the country.

 

Labason is predominantly Roman Catholics.  Though the remaining fraction of the population adheres to the believe of other Christian Religion such as Alliance (CAMACOP), Seventh Day Adventist, Iglesia Filipina Independiente (Aglipayan), Jehovah’s Witness, Iglesia Ni Cristo, Islam, and Born Again Christian Denominations.

Visayan language is the predominant language in the place.  It is worthy to note that Visayan languages embraces all the variation of the said language which are Boholano and Cebuano.  Hiligaynon, Chavacano or Zamboangeno, Samal, Tausug, Marano and Kaibugan are also spoken on this area particularly on the place where major concentration of ethnical groups can be found.