May 2013 Election: COMELEC latest partial, official results



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Manila, Philippines - May 13, 2013 midterm election partial and official results is available on this page as we gathered info from COMELEC. The commission is expected to release the first partial election results after it receives data from at least a certain percent from polling precincts nationwide.

Read: Comelec completes 'Magic 12' senators list

Automated Election and the 'Ladderized System'

Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) transmits results electronically and simultaneously to to the Comelec central server, Comelec transparency server, Accredited Citizen's arm PPCRV, Kapisanan ng mga Broadcasters sa Pilipinas (KBP) and respective level of Board of Canvassers- City of Municipal Board of Canvassers (CBoC or MBoC).

Under the Automated Election System (AES), official results from COMELEC will undergo a "ladderized system" for the final count.

Data from municipal Board of Canvassers (MBoc) server will then automatically transmit data to the Provincial Board of Canvassers (PBoC) server. Cities in provinces will also transmit their data into the provincial server.

In case the city is not within a province, like Manila, the data from its server will automatically send its information to the National Board of Canvassers (NBoC) Server at the Philippine International Convention Center.


COMELEC OFFICIAL Election Results

Data from the National Board of Canvassers (NBoC) server will be used as the official results on the votes cast for particular national candidates (Senators and party list).

The official canvassing of senatorial and party list election results will start on Tuesday, May 14 at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC).

The winners of the senatorial race may be proclaimed by Wednesday night, only 48 hours after elections close Monday, Commission on Elections Chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr. said.

May 15 Update: Comelec suspends proclamation of senatorial and party list winners due to some delay in canvassing.

Here's the tally for Senatorial race from COMELEC based on 129 certificates of canvass (3439,898,992 votes from 52,695,140 registered voters for the May polls) transmitted to the NBoC (ladderized system). Official results as of May 18, 2013:

1. Poe, Grace - 20,147, 423
2. Legarda, Loren - 18, 482,961
3. Cayetano, Alan Peter - 17, 408, 543
4. Escudero, Chiz - 17, 332, 952
5. Binay, Nancy - 16, 645, 515
6. Angara, Edgardo - 15,858,995
7. Aquino, Bam - 15,388,992
8. Pimentel, Koko - 14,584, 612
9. Trillanes, Antonio - 13, 995, 603
10. Villar, Cynthia - 13,698,120
11. Ejercito Estrada, JV - 13, 552, 991
12. Honasan, Gringo - 13,070, 031
13.Gordon, Dick - 12,364,091


COMELEC Partial, Unofficial Results (from Transparency Server)

Transmission of poll results to the different servers for May 2013 elections started 7:16 PM, Monday.

[ Poe still leads COMELEC latest partial, unofficial results (as of May 15, 2013)]
[ Grace Poe leads first PPCRV partial, unofficial election results ]
[ Mayor, Vice-Mayor Local Election 2013 Results Metro Manila ]

Commission on Election (COMELEC) and the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) are in tandem for the vote counting.

The poll body decided to suspend the official national canvassing that was supposed to begin Monday. However, the postponement does not stop the release of partial, unofficial results through the Comelec's Transparency Server.

PPCRV encountered problem on the initial counting due to some errors in the 'script or codes' that creates duplication in results. Issue has been resolved by Smartmatic few minutes after.


Partial and Unofficial Results for Senators

Here's the partial, unofficial tally for 2013 Senatorial race based from COMELEC Transparency Server ( Top 12 as of May 17, 2013 06:57 PM, 76% Election Results processed). Note: COMELEC requested to suspend release of updates from the transparency server.

1. Poe, Grace - 16,335,170
2. Legarda, Loren - 14,938,316
3. Escudero, Chiz - 14,132,720
4. Cayetano, Alan Peter - 14,125,633
5. Binay, Nancy - 13,306,454
6. Angara, Edgardo - 12,849,346
7. Aquino, Bam - 12,372,201
8. Pimentel, Koko - 11,842,311
9. Trillanes, Antonio -11,385,778
10. Villar, Cynthia -11,066,703
11. Ejercito Estrada, JV - 11,006,928
12. Honasan, Gringo - 10,617,596

13-15 Senators
13. Gordon, Dick - 10,157,838
14. Zubiri, Migz - 9,487,512
15. Enrile, Juan Ponce - 9,164,772


Philippine Election 2013 Info

There are 52,014,648 registered voters for May 13, 2013 elections. There will be elected 12 senators, 229 district members of the House of Representatives, 80 provincial governors, 80 provincial vice governors, 766 members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (provincial legislature), 138 city mayors, 138 city vice mayors, 1,532 members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod (city council), 1,496 municipal mayors, 1,496 municipal vice mayors, and 11,972 members of the Sangguniang Bayan (municipal council).

In the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), there will be elected one regional governor, one regional vice governor, and 24 regional assemblymen. Party-list representatives will also be elected.

In total, there will be 18,022 national and local positions decided.

Here is the COMELEC list of 33 aspiring senators for 2013 National Elections.

1.ALCANTARA, SAMSON (SJS)
(SOCIAL JUSTICE SOCIETY)

2.ANGARA, EDGARDO (LDP)
(LABAN NG DEMOKRATIKONG PILIPINO)

3.AQUINO, BENIGNO BAM (LP)
(LIBERAL PARTY)

4.BELGICA, GRECO (DPP)
(DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES)

5.BINAY, NANCY (UNA)
(UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)

6.CASIÑO, TEDDY (MKB)
(MAKABAYANG KOALISYON NG MAMAMAYAN)

7.CAYETANO, ALAN PETER (NP)
(NACIONALISTA PARTY)

8.COJUANGCO, TINGTING (UNA)
(UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)

9.DAVID, LITO (KPTRAN)
(ALLIANCE FOR THE COMMON GOOD)

10.DELOS REYES,JC (KPTRAN)
(ALLIANCE FOR THE COMMON GOOD)

11.EJERCITO ESTRADA, JV (UNA)
(UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)

12.ENRILE, JUAN PONCE JR.(NPC)
(NATIONALIST PEOPLES' COALITION)

13.ESCUDERO, CHIZ
(INDEPENDENT)

14.FALCONE, BAL (DPP)
(DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES)

15.GORDON, DICK (UNA)
(UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)

16.HAGEDORN, ED
(INDEPENDENT)

17.HONASAN, GRINGO (UNA)
(UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)

18.HONTIVEROS, RISA (AKBAYAN)
(AKBAYAN (CITIZENS' ACTION PARTY)

19.LEGARDA, LOREN (NPC)
(NATIONALIST PEOPLES' COALITION)

20.LLASOS, MARWIL (KPTRAN)
(ALLIANCE FOR THE COMMON GOOD)

21.MACEDA, MANONG ERNIE (UNA)
(UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)

22.MADRIGAL, JAMBY (LP)
(LIBERAL PARTY)

23.MAGSAYSAY, MITOS (UNA)
(UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)

24.MAGSAYSAY, RAMON JR. (LP)
(LIBERAL PARTY)

25.MONTAÑO, MON
(INDEPENDENT)

26.PENSON, RICARDO
(INDEPENDENT)

27.PIMENTEL, KOKO (PDP)
(PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN)

28.POE, GRACE
(INDEPENDENT)

29.SEÑERES, CHRISTIAN (DPP)
(DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES)

30.TRILLANES, ANTONIO IV (NP)
(NACIONALISTA PARTY)

31.VILLANUEVA, BRO.EDDIE (BP)
(BANGON PILIPINAS)

32.VILLAR,CYNTHIA HANEPBUHAY (NP)
(NACIONALISTA PARTY)

33.ZUBIRI, MIGZ (UNA)
(UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE)


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