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10:28 AM May 20, 2019

Date Updated:

10:28 AM May 20, 2019

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Latest Partial & Official Election 2019 Senatorial Race Result from the Comelec

COMELEC – The Commission on Elections released the latest partial and official result of the Election 2019 senatorial race.

The official results of the local government elections were already made known to the public. A lot of proclamations of winners were already held and, currently, the people awaits the official results of the Election 2019 senatorial race.

The tallying of the certificates of canvass (COCs) is still ongoing. Meanwhile, there are partial official and unofficial results that are out to the public.

In the partial and unofficial results, Senator Cynthia Villar is on the first rank and she is followed by Sen. Grace Poe. Former presidential aide Christopher “Bong” Go is on the Top 3.

In the partial and official results, Sens. Villar and Poe and former presidential aide Bong Go are consistent in their ranks as well – Top 1-3. It is from the Top 10 – Top 12 that changes happen from time to time.

Comelec Election 2019 Partial Official Result Senatorial Race

Currently, based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the National Board of Canvassers (NBOC) has already tallied 162 out of the 167 certificates of canvass (COCs).

Sens. Villar and Poe and Go remain on the top 3 of the latest partial and official Election 2019 senatorial race result from the Comelec. Here is the latest result based on ABS-CBN News:

1. Cynthia Villar – 24,757,642
2. Grace Poe – 21,563,558
3. Bong Go – 20,223,738
4. Pia Cayetano – 19,390,096
5. Bato dela Rosa – 18,639,583
6. Sonny Angara – 17,786740
7. Lito Lapid – 16,587,742
8. Imee Marcos – 15,362,702
9. Francis Tolentino – 15,196,397
10. Kiko Pimentel – 14,395,957
11. Bong Revilla – 14,279,625
12. Nancy Binay – 14,065,071
13. JV Ejercito – 13,983,153
14. Bam Aquino – 13,895,154

Based on the report, the tallying of the COCs will resume today at 1:00 o’clock in the afternoon. The COCs to be tallied are from the Isabela province, United States, Japan, Nigeria, and Saudi Arabia.

We’ll keep you posted for updates.

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