Good governance has become a serious concern of both the public and the private sector. More than a decade since the implementation of the Local Government Code, local government leaders have had their excellent chances to improve the situation in their respective areas. Since 1998, the NSCB has been publishing annually the Countryside in Figures, which ranks the performance of the provinces in various aspects of governance but does not come up with an overall ranking. In the CIF rankings, some provinces rank very high in some areas but very low in others, making it difficult to assess the overall performance of the provinces. The Human Development Network, on the other hand, produces an overall ranking of the provinces based on the Human Development Index of the United Nations Development Programme, which is, however, limited to indicators of health, income and education. This paper presents an approach towards the integration of the rankings of the provinces in various aspects into a single comprehensive ranking that depicts the overall performance of each province compared to the rest, using relatively recent statistics. It also attempts to assess to what extent good/bad performances by provincial leaders are rewarded/punished by their constituents during the local elections.