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Atty. Aurelio “Oyie” M. Umali is the youngest elected governor to serve the Province of Nueva Ecija.

He was elected to the 12th Congress as Representative of the 3rd Congressional district of the Province of Nueva Ecija in May 2001. During the May 2004 elections, he was re-elected for a second term by an overwhelming majority.

In Congress, he distinguished himself as one of the 30 outstanding new congressional representatives of the 12th Congress on the basis of quality and quantity of proposed bills; participation and attendance in plenary sessions and committee deliberations; advocacies on issues that impact on the daily lives of the Filipino people; and services rendered to his congressional district.

He was one of the few congressional representatives chosen to comprise the Philippine Delegation headed by House Speaker Jose C. de Venecia Jr. to the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Organization (AIPO) in Bangkok, Thailand; Hanoi in Vietnam and Jakarta, Indonesia.

In the 13th Congress, during his second term, then Rep. Oyie, was a member of the powerful Commission on Appointments, vice-chairman of the Committee on Housing and Urban Development, senior vice-chairman of the Committee on Telecommunications. He was also a member of the following committees: Games and Amusement, Dangerous Drugs, Franchise, Justice, Tourism, Local Government, Banks and Intermediaries, Ways and Means, Bases Conversion and Higher Education.

He was also the chairman of the Central Luzon Congressional Caucus and Party Whip Representative of Lakas-CMD in Region III. He is currently the Chairman of Lakas-CMD in Nueva Ecija.

Prior to his entry in politics in 2001, Gov. Oyie served as deputy commissioner of the National Telecommunications Commission. Prior to that, he was procurement and sub-contract director of Lucent Technologies. He was also senior partner of the Westwood Law Office, trust attorney of the Asset Privatization Trust, professor at the San Beda College, company lawyer of Eastern Shipping Lines, associate attorney at the Castro Law Office and legislative liaison officer at the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Legal Affairs of the Department of Education Culture and Sports.

Gov. Umali obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree at San Beda College in Manila in 1990 after completing his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at the University of Sto. Tomas. He has a Master’s degree in Business Administration from De La Salle University.

He is married to Congresswoman Czarina Domingo Umali, fondly called Cong. Cherry, with whom he has four kids Gabrielle Lois, Patricia Marie, Allesandra Maxine and Anya Mikaela.