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Sara Duterte-Carpio leads VP race with 926K votes in first batch of partial results

/ 08:59 PM May 09, 2022
Sara Duterte-Carpio leads VP race with 926K votes in first batch of partial results

Vice presidential aspirant and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte arrives at the polling center at Daniel R. Aguinaldo National High School to cast her vote. BING GONZALES

MANILA, Philippines — Sara Duterte-Carpio, daughter of President Rodrigo Duterte, was leading the country’s vice presidential race, according to the first transmission of partial and unofficial results from the Commission on Elections (Comelec) server.

As of 7:17 p.m. Monday, 926,748 votes were tallied in favor of Duterte-Carpio.

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She is followed by Senator Francis Pangilinan, who so far garnered 262,613 votes based on the Comelec transparency server.

The first wave of partial and unofficial results also showed Senate President Vicente Sotto III obtaining 241,687 votes.

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Below is the list of partial and unofficial votes cast for the rest of the vice-presidential candidates:

  • Willie Ong – 55,988
  • Lito Atienza – 6,854
  • Manny Lopez – 3,762
  • Walden Bello – 2,555
  • Carlos Serapio – 2,305
  • Rizalito David – 1,357

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