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Mayor Vincent Franco "Duke" D. Frasco is the Local Chief Executive of Liloan, a First Class Municipality situated north of the Province of Cebu. At just 26 years old, Mayor Duke Frasco followed in the footsteps of his father, the late Mayor Panphil "Dodong Daku" B. Frasco, and was elected with an historic and overwhelming majority of almost 70% of total votes cast in the May 2007 elections. Enjoying a 95% approval rating, Mayor Duke Frasco ran unopposed during the May 2010 elections and was reelected to a second term garnering almost 80% of the total votes cast. He is currently the youngest Mayor in the Province of Cebu.  


Mayor Duke Frasco sits as chairman of the Municipal School Board, the Municipal Development Council, and the Municipal Health Board, among others.  Concurrently, Mayor Duke Frasco is the Vice President for Internal Affairs of the League of Municipalities of the Philippines, Cebu Chapter and Director and Co-owner of the family-owned Titay’s Liloan Rosquillos and Delicacies, Inc.


Dubbed, the "Duke of Change", Mayor Duke Frasco has aggressively pursued his vision of cityhood status for the Municipality of Liloan. Since 2007, Mayor Duke Frasco has increased the locally-generated income of Liloan by almost 400%, allowing him to build vital infrastructure and provide quality basic services to all of Liloan's 14 Barangays. Under his helm, Liloan was chosen as one of the Most Business Friendly Local Government Units (LGU) in the Philippines in 2010 by the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry. In 2011, Liloan was conferred with the Emerging LGU in Good Governance Award by the Province of Cebu and the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. (RAFI), besting over 40 other towns in the Province. 


Of his 8-Point Agenda, Mayor Duke Frasco's main thrust and priority lies in the field of Education. In 2007, a milestone in Education was marked with the creation of the Mayor Duke Frasco Scholarship Program, which offers Scholarship Grants to underprivileged and intellectually capable residents of Liloan who are college students in the Province of Cebu. To date, the Mayor Duke Frasco Scholarship Program has granted over 3 Million Pesos in Scholarships to over 500 underprivileged students, giving the latter the opportunity to attain what would perhaps have been a previously elusive dream -- a college education and degree to set them up for a better life.


In just three years since his assumption of Office, Mayor Duke Frasco has more than doubled the salaries of the Local School Board Teachers and has added more locally paid teachers, ensuring that the need for quality teachers in Liloan is addressed. Mayor Duke Frasco has also been instrumental in the construction of many new classrooms and in the renovation of old and dilapidated classrooms in all public schools in Liloan. Truly, Mayor Duke Frasco has remained steadfast in his belief that a sturdy foundation in Education ensures a bright and vibrant future for the children of this country.


Before entering public service, Mayor Duke Frasco worked as an Internal Audit Consultant for Protiviti, Inc., one of the leading consulting firms in the world. He has audited several multinational companies in various cities in the United States, as well as in the United Kingdom.

Mayor Duke Frasco obtained his Bachelor of Science in Accounting (B.S.A.) and Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degrees from the prestigious Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, where he graduated with honors and received various awards and scholarships.


Mayor Duke Frasco is also a member of various organizations in Cebu, namely, the the Cebu Business Club, the Cebu Country Club and the Knights of Columbus-Liloan Chapter. Mayor Duke Frasco is married to Atty. Christina Garcia Frasco, consultant on Programs and Projects Institutionalization of the Province of Cebu.


With dynamic and visionary Mayor Duke Frasco at the helm, the bustling Municipality of Liloan is vibrant, progressive and a true Light of the North of Cebu.

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