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40M votes counted: Duterte, Robredo in the lead

/ 04:35 AM May 10, 2016
PDP Laban presidential candidate Rodrego Duterte and Vice Presidential bet Leni Robredo INQUIRER, CDN PHOTO/TONEE DESPOJO,NINO JESUS ORBETA

PDP Laban presidential candidate Rodrego Duterte and Vice Presidential bet Leni Robredo INQUIRER, CDN PHOTO/TONEE DESPOJO, NINO JESUS ORBETA

More than 11 hours after the precincts closed on Monday afternoon, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has widened his lead against other presidential aspirants while Camarines Sur Representative Leni Robredo has caught up with Senator Bongbong Marcos.

Duterte maintained his lead with 38.65 percent of the share of votes based on the unofficial tally of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) Transparency Server.

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With 40,437,943 votes counted and results from 82,843 clustered precincts tallied, Robredo has taken the lead in the close vice presidential race. As of 4 a.m., Robredo has 13,900 more votes than Marcos.

Still leading the senatorial race is former Technical Education and Skills Development Authority head Joel Villanueva, Senate President Franklin Drilon and Senator Vicente Sotto.

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The Comelec mirror server, housed at the Pope Pius XII Catholic Center in Manila, has so far counted the votes of 72.55 percent of 55,735,757 registered voters.

Below is the 4:00 a.m. update:

PRESIDENT

DUTERTE, RODY

14,826,122 VOTES

38.65 %

ROXAS, MAR DAANG MATUWID

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8,886,520 VOTES

23.17 %

POE, GRACE

8,327,676 VOTES

21.71 %

BINAY, JOJO

4,945,335 VOTES

12.89 %

DEFENSOR SANTIAGO, MIRIAM

1,348,037 VOTES

3.51 %

VICE PRESIDENT

ROBREDO, LENI DAANG MATUWID

12,939,773 VOTES

34.88 %

MARCOS, BONGBONG

12,925,873 VOTES

34.84 %

CAYETANO, ALAN PETER

5,306,078 VOTES

14.30 %

ESCUDERO, CHIZ

4,462,819 VOTES

12.03 %

TRILLANES, ANTONIO IV

773,545 VOTES

2.09 %

HONASAN, GRINGO

691,111 VOTES

1.86 %

SENATORS

1. VILLANUEVA, JOEL TESDAMAN (LP)

17,009,553 VOTES

2. DRILON, FRANK (LP)

16,993,196 VOTES

3. SOTTO, VICENTE (NPC)

15,839,205 VOTES

4. LACSON, PANFILO PING (IND)

15,561,142 VOTES

5. GORDON, DICK (IND)

15,375,976 VOTES

6. ZUBIRI, MIGZ (IND)

14,691,000 VOTES

7. HONTIVEROS, RISA (AKBYN)

14,623,819 VOTES

8. PANGILINAN, KIKO (LP)

14,532,386 VOTES

9. PACQUIAO, MANNY (UNA)

14,472,762 VOTES

10. GATCHALIAN, WIN (NPC)

13,822,461 VOTES

11. RECTO, RALPH (LP)

13,017,948 VOTES

12. DE LIMA, LEILA (LP)

12,900,471 VOTES

13. TOLENTINO, FRANCIS (IND)

11,763,308 VOTES

14. OSMEÑA, SERGIO III (IND)

11,617,450 VOTES

15. ROMUALDEZ, MARTIN (LAKAS)

11,280,722 VOTES

16. DOMAGOSO, ISKO MORENO (PMP)

10,283,686 VOTES

17. GUINGONA, TG (LP)

9,357,594 VOTES

18. PETILLA, CARLOS JERICHO (LP)

6,404,663 VOTES

19. LAPID, MARK (AKSYON)

5,965,563 VOTES

20. COLMENARES, NERI (MKBYN)

5,942,189 VOTES

21. MANZANO, EDU (IND)

4,763,412 VOTES

22. ROMULO, ROMAN (IND)

4,440,946 VOTES

23. OPLE, SUSAN (NP)

2,493,177 VOTES

24. LACSAMANA, ALMA MORENO (UNA)

2,198,300 VOTES

25. BELGICA, GRECO (IND)

1,903,709 VOTES

26. ALUNAN, RAFFY (IND)

1,816,252 VOTES

27. GADON, LARRY (KBL)

1,789,963 VOTES

28. LANGIT, REY (UNA)

1,681,099 VOTES

29. KAPUNAN, ATTY. LORNA (AKSYON)

1,639,794 VOTES

30. SANTIAGO, DIONISIO (IND)

1,627,934 VOTES

31. PAGDILAO, SAMUEL (IND)

1,601,121 VOTES

32. CHAVEZ, MEL (WPPPMM)

1,552,668 VOTES

33. NAPEÑAS, GETULIO (UNA)

1,542,382 VOTES

34. MONTANO, ALLAN (UNA)

1,427,451 VOTES

35. AMBOLODTO, INA (LP)

1,384,636 VOTES

36. BELLO, WALDEN (IND)

973,221 VOTES

37. KIRAM, PRINCESS JACEL (UNA)

816,384 VOTES

38. PALPARAN, JOVITO JR. (IND)

761,867 VOTES

39. ALBANI, SHARIFF (IND)

732,171 VOTES

40. PAEZ, MR. COOP (IND)

729,108 VOTES

41. CAM, SANDRA (PMP)

714,837 VOTES

42. LIBAN, DANTE (IND)

697,465 VOTES

43. MONTAÑO, MON (IND)

665,182 VOTES

44. MAGANTO, ROMEO (LAKAS)

645,660 VOTES

45. ARQUIZA, GODOFREDO (IND)

596,573 VOTES

46. ALI, ALDIN (WPPPMM)

593,681 VOTES

47. BALIGOD, LEVITO (IND)

524,536 VOTES

48. VALEROSO, DIOSDADO (IND)

463,574 VOTES

49. DORONA, RAY (IND)

429,938 VOTES

50. KABALU, EID (IND)

317,513 VOTES

TOP 40 PARTY-LIST

1. 16 AKO BICOL

1,481,280 VOTES (5.18 %)

2. 36 GABRIELA

1,253,979 VOTES (4.39 %)

3. 25 1PACMAN

1,198,448 VOTES (4.19 %)

4. 31 ACT TEACHERS

1,052,225 VOTES (3.68 %)

5. 69 SENIOR CITIZENS

889,278 VOTES (3.11 %)

6. 1 AGRI

731,064 VOTES (2.56 %)

7. 30 KABAYAN

724,897 VOTES (2.54 %)

8. 110 BUHAY

708,139 VOTES (2.48 %)

9. 89 PBA

682,673 VOTES (2.39 %)

10. 62 ABONO

660,529 VOTES (2.31 %)

11. 21 COOP-NATCCO

593,731 VOTES (2.08 %)

12. 8 AGAP

552,538 VOTES (1.93 %)

13. 14 AKBAYAN

535,395 VOTES (1.87 %)

14. 81 BAYAN MUNA

534,419 VOTES (1.87 %)

15. 78 AN WARAY

523,753 VOTES (1.83 %)

16. 72 CIBAC

510,536 VOTES (1.79 %)

17. 63 AMIN

462,240 VOTES (1.62 %)

18. 58 KALINGA

444,612 VOTES (1.56 %)

19. 57 TUCP

424,747 VOTES (1.49 %)

20. 6 DIWA

421,317 VOTES (1.47 %)

21. 51 A TEACHER, INC.

420,902 VOTES (1.47 %)

22. 60 AAMBIS-OWA

420,137 VOTES (1.47 %)

23. 40 LPGMA

417,589 VOTES (1.46 %)

24. 5 ABANG LINGKOD

414,713 VOTES (1.45 %)

25. 34 YACAP

409,543 VOTES (1.43 %)

26. 93 BUTIL

376,129 VOTES (1.32 %)

27. 102 1-SAGIP

370,262 VOTES (1.30 %)

28. 44 ALONA

355,488 VOTES (1.24 %)

29. 52 ANAKPAWIS

311,870 VOTES (1.09 %)

30. 88 ACTS-OFW

310,162 VOTES (1.09 %)

31. 32 ANG KABUHAYAN

309,538 VOTES (1.08 %)

32. 43 ANGKLA

309,512 VOTES (1.08 %)

33. 98 MATA

289,733 VOTES (1.01 %)

34. 97 1-CARE

286,411 VOTES (1.00 %)

35. 39 ABS

279,306 VOTES (0.98 %)

36. 100 BH (BAGONG HENERASYON)

277,105 VOTES (0.97 %)

37. 55 KABATAAN

272,545 VOTES (0.95 %)

38. 91 ANAC-IP

264,167 VOTES (0.92 %)

39. 9 SBP

263,808 VOTES (0.92 %)

40. 59 AASENSO

259,992 VOTES (0.91 %)

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