17,657—Number of registered voters affected due to failure of elections in their areas. Special elections are scheduled for May 14.
436—Affected registered voters in one clustered precinct in Cordova, Cebu province, due to the absence of printed official ballots.
1,298—Affected registered voters in one clustered precinct in Maitum, Sarangani province, and one clustered precinct in Sta. Cruz, Marinduque province, due to wrongly delivered official ballots.
849—Affected registered voters in two clustered precincts in Antique province due to the lack of official ballots.
15,074—Affected registered voters in one clustered precinct in Lope de Vega, Northern Samar; one clustered precinct in Matuguinao, Western Samar; all 26 clustered precincts in Binidayan, Lanao del Sur province; six clustered precincts in Pata, Sulu province; 10 clustered precincts in Panglima Estino, Sulu province; and three clustered precincts in Tamparan, Lanao del Sur due to security reasons.
250,000—Number of overseas absentee votes not yet canvassed as of May 11.
4,097—Precincts that had yet to report results as of May 11, 9:45 p.m., according to the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting. At least 2.3 million registered voters are from these precincts.
These consist of 753 precincts from Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, 80 from Cordillera Autonomous Region, 37 from Metro Manila, 78 from Negros Island Region, 101 from Ilocos Region, 148 from Cagayan Valley, eight from Central Luzon, 42 from Calabarzon, 146 from Mimaropa, 143 from Bicol Region, 88 from Western Visayas, 86 from Central Visayas, 61 from Eastern Visayas, 95 from Zamboanga Peninsula, 141 from Northern Mindanao, 166 from Davao Region, 163 from Soccsksargen and 402 from Caraga.
Source: Comelec Resolution No. 10129, PPCRV, Inquirer Archives
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