Election 2019 coverage: live updates and results

MANILA, Philippines – The synchronized National and Local Elections (NLE) happens on Monday, May 13, with over 60 million registered voters are expected to cast their picks. View on this page for the live updates and results.

Election 2019 coverage: live updates and results

The 2019 Philippine general election will fill-up the following key positions:

  • 12 seats in the Senate of the Philippines
  • All seats in the House of Representatives of the Philippines
  • All regional elected positions in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM)
  • All provincial-level elected positions in the provinces of the Philippines
  • All city-level elected positions in the cities of the Philippines
  • All municipal-level elected positions in the municipalities of the Philippines

On this page, the relevant list of Election 2019 updates and results will be posted:

The winners of the midterm election will take office on June 30, 2019.

Election 2019 Live Updates and Results


Pursuant to RA 9369, the May 2019 Elections will again be fully automated, using vote-counting machines (VCM), as it was with the May 2010 NLE, 2013 NLE and with the May 2016 NLE, from:

  • the counting of votes in the precincts;
  • the consolidation of the precinct results;
  • the transmission of precinct results to the corresponding city/municipality canvassing board
  • the canvassing of precinct results in the district, city, municipal levels;
  • the proclamation of winning candidates in the district, city, municipal levels;
  • the canvassing of city/municipal results in the provincial level;
  • the proclamation of winning candidates in the provincial level;
  • the transmission of the highly urbanized city and provincial results to the national canvassing board; and the canvassing of provincial and highly urbanized city results, including overseas results, in the national level.

On May 10, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) announced the availability of the Precinct Finder to help voters check their precinct number and location.

Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez earlier said the commission is hoping the voter turnout to hit around 81 percent in the May 13 elections.

— The Summit Express

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