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Duterte keeps wide lead; Robredo, Marcos neck and neck

/ 09:11 AM May 10, 2016
Rodrigo Digong Duterte elections 2016 results presidential candidate

Front-running presidential candidate Mayor Rodrigo Duterte smiles during a news conference shortly after voting in a polling precinct at Daniel R. Aguinaldo National High School, Matina district, his hometown in Davao city, southern Philippines Monday, May 9, 2016. Duterte was the last to vote among five presidential hopefuls. AP

Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has maintained a wide lead in the five-person race to presidency with 38.69 percent of votes in an initially tally while the next candidate, administration bet Mar Roxas only has 23.23 percent out of 73.79 percent of the votes counted as of 7:59 a.m. Tuesday.

On the other hand, Camarines Sur Representative Leni Robredo is neck and neck with Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. in the vice presidential race. Robredo has 13,176,490 votes while Marcos has 13,076,332 votes.

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In the Senatorial race, Senator Franklin Drilon is now in the lead with 17,262,019 followed closely by former Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) head Joel Villanueva with 17,260,288 votes.

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Although the result is partial and unofficial, the figures came from the Commission on Elections (Comelec) mirror server, housed at the Pope Pius XII Catholic Center in Manila. So far, the counted votes is already 73.79 percent or 41,127,181 out of 55,737,757 registered voters.

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Here is the 7:59 a.m. update:

PRESIDENT

DUTERTE, RODY

15,083,499 VOTES

38.69 %

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ROXAS, MAR DAANG MATUWID

9,056,433 VOTES

23.23 %

POE, GRACE

8,450,149 VOTES

21.67 %

BINAY, JOJO

5,012,729 VOTES

12.86 %

DEFENSOR SANTIAGO, MIRIAM

1,359,872 VOTES

3.49 %

VICE PRESIDENT

ROBREDO, LENI DAANG MATUWID

13,176,490 VOTES

34.97 %

MARCOS, BONGBONG

13,076,332 VOTES

34.70 %

CAYETANO, ALAN PETER

5,396,863 VOTES

14.32 %

ESCUDERO, CHIZ

4,539,358 VOTES

12.05 %

TRILLANES, ANTONIO IV

787,791 VOTES

2.09 %

HONASAN, GRINGO

706,082 VOTES

1.87 %

SENATORS

1. DRILON, FRANK (LP)

17,262,019 VOTES

2. VILLANUEVA, JOEL TESDAMAN (LP)

17,260,288 VOTES

3. SOTTO, VICENTE (NPC)

16,071,444 VOTES

4. LACSON, PANFILO PING (IND)

15,791,937 VOTES

5. GORDON, DICK (IND)

15,593,359 VOTES

6. ZUBIRI, MIGZ (IND)

14,919,107 VOTES

7. HONTIVEROS, RISA (AKBYN)

14,840,536 VOTES

8. PANGILINAN, KIKO (LP)

14,766,000 VOTES

9. PACQUIAO, MANNY (UNA)

14,740,580 VOTES

10. GATCHALIAN, WIN (NPC)

14,022,976 VOTES

11. RECTO, RALPH (LP)

13,220,492 VOTES

12. DE LIMA, LEILA (LP)

13,111,968 VOTES

13. TOLENTINO, FRANCIS (IND)

11,943,468 VOTES

14. OSMEÑA, SERGIO III (IND)

11,790,017 VOTES

15. ROMUALDEZ, MARTIN (LAKAS)

11,461,137 VOTES

16. DOMAGOSO, ISKO MORENO (PMP)

10,428,091 VOTES

17. GUINGONA, TG (LP)

9,518,315 VOTES

18. PETILLA, CARLOS JERICHO (LP)

6,516,536 VOTES

19. LAPID, MARK (AKSYON)

6,070,792 VOTES

20. COLMENARES, NERI (MKBYN)

6,030,184 VOTES

21. MANZANO, EDU (IND)

4,846,551 VOTES

22. ROMULO, ROMAN (IND)

4,508,306 VOTES

23. OPLE, SUSAN (NP)

2,529,219 VOTES

24. LACSAMANA, ALMA MORENO (UNA)

2,237,796 VOTES

25. BELGICA, GRECO (IND)

1,932,687 VOTES

26. ALUNAN, RAFFY (IND)

1,849,129 VOTES

27. GADON, LARRY (KBL)

1,823,168 VOTES

28. LANGIT, REY (UNA)

1,710,133 VOTES

29. KAPUNAN, ATTY. LORNA (AKSYON)

1,670,040 VOTES

30. SANTIAGO, DIONISIO (IND)

1,659,350 VOTES

31. PAGDILAO, SAMUEL (IND)

1,624,677 VOTES

32. CHAVEZ, MEL (WPPPMM)

1,584,988 VOTES

33. NAPEÑAS, GETULIO (UNA)

1,569,459 VOTES

34. MONTANO, ALLAN (UNA)

1,459,588 VOTES

35. AMBOLODTO, INA (LP)

1,426,460 VOTES

36. BELLO, WALDEN (IND)

992,464 VOTES

37. KIRAM, PRINCESS JACEL (UNA)

843,756 VOTES

38. PALPARAN, JOVITO JR. (IND)

775,638 VOTES

39. ALBANI, SHARIFF (IND)

760,594 VOTES

40. PAEZ, MR. COOP (IND)

744,333 VOTES

41. CAM, SANDRA (PMP)

729,324 VOTES

42. LIBAN, DANTE (IND)

710,124 VOTES

43. MONTAÑO, MON (IND)

682,537 VOTES

44. MAGANTO, ROMEO (LAKAS)

660,077 VOTES

45. ALI, ALDIN (WPPPMM)

614,764 VOTES

46. ARQUIZA, GODOFREDO (IND)

611,226 VOTES

47. BALIGOD, LEVITO (IND)

535,670 VOTES

48. VALEROSO, DIOSDADO (IND)

474,230 VOTES

49. DORONA, RAY (IND)

442,110 VOTES

50. KABALU, EID (IND)

325,844 VOTES

TOP 40 PARTY-LIST

1. 16 AKO BICOL

1,547,538 VOTES (5.22 %)

2. 36 GABRIELA

1,289,300 VOTES (4.35 %)

3. 25 1PACMAN

1,234,605 VOTES (4.17 %)

4. 31 ACT TEACHERS

1,089,717 VOTES (3.68 %)

5. 69 SENIOR CITIZENS

916,875 VOTES (3.09 %)

6. 1 AGRI

759,118 VOTES (2.56 %)

7. 30 KABAYAN

757,042 VOTES (2.55 %)

8. 110 BUHAY

727,964 VOTES (2.46 %)

9. 89 PBA

711,942 VOTES (2.40 %)

10. 62 ABONO

676,256 VOTES (2.28 %)

11. 21 COOP-NATCCO

618,594 VOTES (2.09 %)

12. 8 AGAP

562,080 VOTES (1.90 %)

13. 14 AKBAYAN

556,248 VOTES (1.88 %)

14. 81 BAYAN MUNA

555,575 VOTES (1.87 %)

15. 78 AN WARAY

543,827 VOTES (1.84 %)

16. 72 CIBAC

523,504 VOTES (1.77 %)

17. 63 AMIN

521,964 VOTES (1.76 %)

18. 58 KALINGA

458,794 VOTES (1.55 %)

19. 51 A TEACHER, INC.

437,388 VOTES (1.48 %)

20. 57 TUCP

437,102 VOTES (1.48 %)

21. 6 DIWA

435,765 VOTES (1.47 %)

22. 60 AAMBIS-OWA

434,935 VOTES (1.47 %)

23. 5 ABANG LINGKOD

431,727 VOTES (1.46 %)

24. 40 LPGMA

426,712 VOTES (1.44 %)

25. 34 YACAP

425,163 VOTES (1.43 %)

26. 44 ALONA

386,626 VOTES (1.30 %)

27. 93 BUTIL

380,581 VOTES (1.28 %)

28. 102 1-SAGIP

377,586 VOTES (1.27 %)

29. 52 ANAKPAWIS

326,248 VOTES (1.10 %)

30. 88 ACTS-OFW

325,031 VOTES (1.10 %)

31. 32 ANG KABUHAYAN

321,598 VOTES (1.09 %)

32. 43 ANGKLA

317,380 VOTES (1.07 %)

33. 98 MATA

303,326 VOTES (1.02 %)

34. 97 1-CARE

297,367 VOTES (1.00 %)

35. 39 ABS

286,626 VOTES (0.97 %)

36. 100 BH (BAGONG HENERASYON)

283,948 VOTES (0.96 %)

37. 55 KABATAAN

280,530 VOTES (0.95 %)

38. 91 ANAC-IP

276,144 VOTES (0.93 %)

39. 9 SBP

269,998 VOTES (0.91 %)

40. 59 AASENSO

269,314 VOTES (0.91 %)

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