2013 Philippine Senate Election Updates and Results

May 13, 2013 by at Law & Government, Politics

Philippine senators electionOn May 13, 2013, millions of Filipinos (employees, businessmen, entrepreneurs, politicians, the poor, the rich and every registered voter) have visited their designated precincts to exercise their right to vote.  Some went there early in the morning and others endure the long queue for about two or more hours just to ensure that their chosen candidates will be chosen in the official ballot and earn their vote. There were news about anomalies, like vote buying, PCOS machine problems, violence, and other issues, but in general, the Philippine national and local elections could be considered as done.

Now that we’re done casting our votes, we go to the scorecards – we go to the results to see who will be the winners of the elections. Many Filipinos are now waiting and monitoring for the updates and results to check if their choices have made it to the winning list. The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) is the government body responsible for the supervision and regulation of national and local elections in the Philippines, as well as the announcement to the public of the official results. The commission has already released their Partial and Official Tally. The Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV), a poll watchdog authorized by the COMELEC, is also actively releasing partial yet unofficial results of national and local elections to the public.

The May 2013 Election is a midterm election and 12 senatorial candidates will earn 12 of the 24 seats in the Senate. Let’s get the updates of the results. As of 09:20 PM , May 15, 2013, the following are the Partial and Unofficial Tally of PPCRV covering 54,179 of 78,166 of Clustered Precinct Count.

 

RANK CANDIDATE (Party) No. of Votes
1 POE, GRACE (IND) 14,721,045  
2 LEGARDA, LOREN (NPC) 13,474,498
3 CAYETANO, ALAN PETER (NP) 12,738,647
4 ESCUDERO, CHIZ (IND) 12,729,058
5 BINAY, NANCY (UNA) 12,016,248
6 ANGARA, EDGARDO (LDP) 11,576,978
7 AQUINO, BENIGNO BAM (LP) 11,163,806
8 PIMENTEL, KOKO (PDP) 10,674,345
9 TRILLANES, ANTONIO IV (NP) 10,254,349
10 VILLAR, CYNTHIA HANEPBUHAY (NP) 9,991,595
11 EJERCITO ESTRADA, JV (UNA) 9,912,424
12 HONASAN, GRINGO (UNA) 9,564,471
13 GORDON, DICK (UNA) 9,125,360
14 ZUBIRI, MIGZ (UNA) 8,560,124
15 ENRILE, JUAN PONCE JR.(NPC) 8,272,766
16 MAGSAYSAY, RAMON JR. (LP) 8,250,196
17 HONTIVEROS, RISA (AKBAYAN) 8,009,075
18 HAGEDORN, ED (IND) 6,169,346
19 VILLANUEVA, BRO.EDDIE (BP) 5,037,983
20 MADRIGAL, JAMBY (LP) 4,881,548
21 MAGSAYSAY, MITOS (UNA) 4,048,461
22 CASIÑO, TEDDY (MKB) 3,144,683
23 MACEDA, MANONG ERNIE (UNA) 2,472,088
24 COJUANGCO, TINGTING (UNA) 2,168,171
25 DELOS REYES, JC (KPTRAN) 891,839
26 ALCANTARA, SAMSON (SJS) 870,759
27 BELGICA, GRECO (DPP) 811,907
28 PENSON, RICARDO (IND) 745,396
29 DAVID, LITO (KPTRAN) 743,508
30 MONTAÑO, MON (IND) 707,167
31 LLASOS, MARWIL (KPTRAN) 510,033
32 SEÑERES, CHRISTIAN (DPP) 506,514
33 FALCONE, BAL (DPP) 468,967

 

Below is the COMELEC’s Partial and Official Tally – Precinct Count 29 COCs including 4 OAV canvassed:

RANK CANDIDATE (PARTY) VOTES
1 POE, GRACE (IND) 1,776,086
2 LEGARDA, LORNA REGINA ‘LOREN’ (NPC) 1,636,290
3 ESCUDERO, FRANCIS ‘CHIZ’ (IND) 1,578,476
4 CAYETANO, ALAN PETER (NP) 1,544,084
5 BINAY, MARIA LOURDES NANCY (UNA) 1,537,108
6 ANGARA, JUAN EDGARDO ‘SONNY’ (LDP) 1,472,222
7 PIMENTEL, AQUILINO MARTIN ‘KOKO’ (PDP) 1,380,083
8 AQUINO, PAOLO BENIGNO ‘BAM’ (LP) 1,378,815
9 EJERCITO ESTRADA, JOSEPH VICTOR ‘JV’ (UNA) 1,305,112
10 TRILLANES, ANTONIO IV ‘SONNY’ (NP) 1,253,389
11 VILLAR, CYNTHIA ‘MRS. HANEPBUHAY’ (NP) 1,251,965
12 GORDON, RICHARD ‘DICK’ (UNA) 1,239,777
13 ZUBIRI, JUAN MIGUEL ‘MIGZ’ (UNA) 1,183,212
14 HONASAN, GREGORIO ‘GRINGO’ (UNA) 1,180,925
15 MAGSAYSAY, RAMON JR. (LP) 1,076,559
16 ENRILE, JUAN PONCE JR. ‘JACK’ (NPC) 1,051,117
17 HONTIVEROS, ANA THERESIA ‘RISA’ (AKBAYAN) 952,409
18 HAGEDORN, EDWARD (IND) 835,369
19 VILLANUEVA, EDDIE ‘BRO. EDDIE’ (BP) 644,534
20 MADRIGAL, MARIA ANA CONSUELO ‘JAMBY’ (LP) 575,535
21 MAGSAYSAY, MA. MILAGROS ‘MITOS’ (UNA) 552,569
22 CASINO, TEODORO ‘TEDDY’ (MKB) 394,873
23 MACEDA, ERNESTO ‘MANONG ERNIE’ (UNA) 347,210
24 COJUANGCO, MARGARITA ‘TINGTING’ (UNA) 318,986
25 DELOS REYES, JOHN CARLOS ‘JC’ (KPTRAN) 118,452
26 ALCANTARA, SAMSON (SJS) 105,383
27 BELGICA, GRECO ANTONIOUS (DPP) 102,689
28 PENSON, RICARDO ‘DICK’ (IND) 98,387
29 DAVID, RIZALITO ‘LITO’ (KPTRAN) 94,406
30 MONTANO, RAMON (IND) 89,780
31 SENERES, CHRISTIAN (DPP) 63,185
32 LLASOS, MARWIL (KPTRAN) 61,090
33 FALCONE, BALDOMERO ‘BAL’ (DPP) 57,628

 

Source: www. ppcrv.org , www.comelec.gov.ph

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