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Partial and Official Tally
98.80%
165 out of 167 COC transmitted
As of: May 20, 2019 8:45 PM
1
VILLAR, CYNTHIA (NP)
25,215,678
2
POE, GRACE (IND)
21,981,275
3
GO, BONG GO (PDPLBN)
20,579,811
4
CAYETANO, PIA (NP)
19,719,629
5
DELA ROSA, BATO (PDPLBN)
18,922,017
6
ANGARA, EDGARDO SONNY (LDP)
18,110,367
7
LAPID, LITO (NPC)
16,937,775
8
MARCOS, IMEE (NP)
15,811,231
9
TOLENTINO, FRANCIS (PDPLBN)
15,446,517
10
PIMENTEL, KOKO (PDPLBN)
14,617,686
11
BONG REVILLA, RAMON JR. (LAKAS)
14,608,102
12
BINAY, NANCY (UNA)
14,484,839
13
EJERCITO, ESTRADA JV (NPC)
14,281,173
14
AQUINO, BENIGNO BAM (LP)
14,117,528
15
ESTRADA, JINGGOY (PMP)
11,344,293
16
ROXAS, MAR (LP)
9,818,557
17
OSMEÑA, SERGE (IND)
9,424,939
18
ONG, DOC WILLIE (LAKAS)
7,547,123
19
MANGUDADATU, DONG (PDPLBN)
7,463,869
20
MANICAD, JIGGY (IND)
6,866,623
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Partial and Unofficial Tally
98.29%
86,347 out of 87,851 VCM Transmitted
As of: May 21, 2019 03:11 PM
1
VILLAR, CYNTHIA (NP)
25,119,270
2
POE, GRACE (IND)
21,913,372
3
GO, BONG GO (PDPLBN)
20,456,891
4
CAYETANO, PIA (NP)
19,635,682
5
DELA ROSA, BATO (PDPLBN)
18,805,968
6
ANGARA, EDGARDO SONNY (LDP)
18,043,625
7
LAPID, LITO (NPC)
16,881,719
8
MARCOS, IMEE (NP)
15,732,733
9
TOLENTINO, FRANCIS (PDPLBN)
15,370,672
10
PIMENTEL, KOKO (PDPLBN)
14,550,540
11
BONG REVILLA, RAMON JR (LAKAS)
14,547,352
12
BINAY, NANCY (UNA)
14,449,334
13
EJERCITO, ESTRADA JV (NPC)
14,226,357
14
AQUINO, BENIGNO BAM (LP)
14,081,431
15
ESTRADA, JINGGOY (PMP)
11,306,655
16
ROXAS, MAR (LP)
9,794,577
17
OSMEÑA, SERGE (IND)
9,397,822
18
ONG, DOC WILLIE (LAKAS)
7,486,735
19
MANGUDADATU, DONG (PDPLBN)
7,402,008
20
MANICAD, JIGGY (IND)
6,836,792
TOP 75 PARTY-LIST
1. 101 ACT-CIS
2,610,361 votes
2. 1 BAYAN MUNA
1,109,199 votes
3. 141 AKO BICOL
1,046,399 votes
4. 33 CIBAC
924,123 votes
5. 54 ANG PROBINSYANO
767,684 votes
6. 122 1PACMAN
711,099 votes
7. 80 MARINO
677,407 votes
8. 91 PROBINSYANO AKO
628,580 votes
9. 130 SENIOR CITIZENS
508,641 votes
10. 3 MAGSASAKA
491,472 votes
11. 24 APEC
479,702 votes
12. 37 GABRIELA
444,900 votes
13. 43 AN WARAY
440,240 votes
14. 142 COOP-NATCCO
416,115 votes
15. 172 PHILRECA
394,314 votes
16. 83 ACT TEACHERS
393,303 votes
17. 92 AKO BISAYA
392,940 votes
18. 99 TINGOG SINIRANGAN
387,440 votes
19. 76 ABONO
377,646 votes
20. 87 BUHAY
359,400 votes
21. 157 DUTERTE YOUTH
346,676 votes
22. 109 KALINGA
337,816 votes
23. 26 PBA
325,424 votes
24. 96 ALONA
318,933 votes
25. 151 RECOBODA
315,214 votes
26. 53 BH (BAGONG HENERASYON)
287,409 votes
27. 163 ABANG LINGKOD
274,890 votes
28. 16 CWS
273,746 votes
29. 131 A TEACHER
273,160 votes
30. 29 BAHAY
272,474 votes
31. 150 BHW
268,588 votes
32. 166 TUCP
255,697 votes
33. 170 SAGIP
254,484 votes
34. 132 GP
249,257 votes
35. 100 MANILA TEACHERS'
248,873 votes
36. 138 MAGDALO
247,951 votes
37. 18 RAM
237,519 votes
38. 47 ANAKALUSUGAN
236,970 votes
39. 152 AKO PADAYON
234,838 votes
40. 112 AAMBIS-OWA
234,167 votes
41. 20 DUMPER PTDA
218,227 votes
42. 48 TGP
215,602 votes
43. 60 PATROL
213,998 votes
44. 115 AGAP
208,355 votes
45. 75 LPGMA
207,055 votes
46. 153 AMIN
203,425 votes
47. 9 KUSUG TAUSUG
203,148 votes
48. 2 KABAYAN
197,366 votes
49. 171 DIWA
196,081 votes
50. 42 KABATAAN
194,870 votes
51. 7 OFW FAMILY
192,048 votes
52. 51 AKMA-PTM
190,984 votes
53. 36 ANGKLA
179,539 votes
54. 67 SBP
178,820 votes
55. 88 AKBAYAN
171,510 votes
56. 169 WOW PILIPINAS
170,822 votes
57. 69 INANG MAHAL
169,646 votes
58. 137 YACAP
167,355 votes
59. 124 ABAMIN
166,609 votes
60. 158 BUTIL
163,876 votes
61. 103 APPEND
157,695 votes
62. 14 ANAKPAWIS
145,851 votes
63. 58 ANAC-IP
143,681 votes
64. 12 ANG NARS
138,378 votes
65. 175 PBB
135,783 votes
66. 114 AGRI
132,867 votes
67. 144 ATING KOOP
130,699 votes
68. 74 MATA
128,132 votes
69. 116 ACTS-OFW
127,533 votes
70. 35 MURANG KURYENTE
126,346 votes
71. 140 1-CARE
124,003 votes
72. 181 AA-KASOSYO PARTY
119,706 votes
73. 71 1-ANG EDUKASYON
118,669 votes
74. 4 PEACE
117,693 votes
75. 147 ALENG ENTREP
111,363 votes
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