Date Published:

10:01 AM May 18, 2019

Date Updated:

10:01 AM May 18, 2019

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Latest Comelec Election 2019 Partial and Official Result (Senatorial Race)

ELECTION 2019 – Here is the latest partial and official result of the senatorial race from the Commission on Elections (Comelec).

The tallying of votes from the Election 2019 held last May 13 (Monday) is currently ongoing. The National Board of Canvassers has yet to arrive to the 100% tally of the certificates of canvass.

Undeniably, as the tallying of COCs continues, a lot of people are anxious on who would really make it to the Top 12 of the senatorial race. A total of sixty-two (62) candidates are vying for the twelve(12) vacant seats in the House of Senate.

In the partial and unofficial Election 2019 senatorial race results, Senator Cynthia Villar is leading the race. Sen. Grace Poe and former presidential aide Christopher “Bong” Go are also consistent on the 2nd and 3rd spots respectively.

Election 2019 Partial Official Result Senatorial Race

In terms of the partial and official results from the Commissions on Election (Comelec), the three(3) senatorial candidates are also leading the race.

Recently, the Comelec released the latest partial and official result of the Election 2019 senatorial race. As of Friday night, the National Board of Canvassers has tallied 146 out of 167 certificates of canvass (COCs).

Here is the partial and official Election 2019 senatorial race result from the Comelec based on ABS-CBN:

  1. Cynthia Villar – 23,610,580
  2. Grace Poe – 20,711,849
  3. Bong Go – 19,030,884
  4. Pia Cayetano – 18,550,012
  5. Ronald dela Rosa – 17,567,258
  6. Sonny Angara – 17,027,333
  7. Lito Lapid – 15,778,223
  8. Imee Marcos – 14,775,948
  9. Francis Tolentino – 14,387,602
  10. Koko Pimentel – 13,563,083
  11. Nancy Binay – 13,453,117
  12. Bong Revilla – 13,442,578
  13. Bam Aquino – 13,384,293
  14. JV Ejercito – 13,344,417
  15. Jinggoy Estrada – 10,512,191

We’ll keep you posted for further updates.

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