ACT-CIS keeps lead in party-list race in Comelec count
MANILA, Philippines — The administration-allied ACT-CIS party-list group is still on top of the party-list race with 2,632,262 votes, according to the partial and official count by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Monday.
ACT-CIS stands for Anti-Crime and Terrorism Community Involvement and Support.
According to the latest tally released after the National Board of Canvassers (NBOC) resumed its session on Monday 7:00 p.m., ACT-CIS is followed by Bayan Muna with 1,112,979 votes, Ako Bicol with 1,047,525, Cibac with 927,408, and Ang Probinsyano with 769,745.
The results cover 165 or 167 of all certificates of canvass (COCs), or 98.80 percent.
Other groups gunning for seats in the House of Representatives for the 18th Congress include:
- 1Pacman: 712,607
- Marino: 681,185
- Probinsyano Ako: 630,051
- Senior Citizen: 511,995
- Magsasaka: 494,109
- APEC: 480,637
- Gabriela: 446,995
- An Waray: 441,449
- COOP-NATCCO: 416,765
- Philreca: 394,776
- ACT Teachers: 394,281
(Editor: Alexander T. Magno)
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