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    Election 2019 Results: Villar still leading, Revilla and Lapid in Magic 12 of senatorial race

    MANILA, Philippines – The Transparency Server of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) has been fixed with the latest partial and unofficial tally at more than 90% of the total Election Returns (ERs).
    Villar still leading, Revilla and Lapid in Magic 12 of senatorial race

    Re-electionist senator Cynthia Villar widens lead from another re-electionist Grace Poe.

    As of 4:50 am on Tuesday (May 14), Villar garnered 24,114,034 votes while Poe has 21,102,970 votes.

    On third spot is former presidential aide Bong Go who got 19,510,897. It was followed by Taguig City representative Pia Cayetano with 18,855,444.

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    Completing the top 5 is former police chief Bato Dela Rosa with 17,941,303.

    Former senator and actor Lito Lapid in seventh place with 16,198,742.

    Meanwhile, former senator Bong Revilla joins the Magic 12 of the senatorial race with 13,893,751 with JV Estrada trailing behind with 13,666,884.

    View the latest partial and unofficial count for the senatorial race here.

    Previous aggregrated data from the Transparency Server was at 0.4% of the ERs. A hitch on the server for more than seven hours caused the halt on sending data to the terminal of the media and watchdogs.

    Here's the Comelec partial, unofficial result for senatorial race (92.76% of total election returns):

    Rank Candidate Votes
    1 VILLAR, CYNTHIA (NP) 24,114,034
    2 POE, GRACE (IND) 21,102,970
    3 GO, BONG GO (PDPLBN) 19,510,897
    4 CAYETANO, PIA (NP) 18,855,444
    5 DELA ROSA, BATO (PDPLBN) 17,941,303
    6 ANGARA, EDGARDO SONNY (LDP) 17,347,892
    7 LAPID, LITO (NPC) 16,198,742
    8 MARCOS, IMEE (NP) 15,140,750
    9 TOLENTINO, FRANCIS (PDPLBN) 14,710,738
    10 PIMENTEL, KOKO (PDPLBN) 13,927,359
    11 BINAY, NANCY (UNA) 13,912,980
    12 BONG REVILLA, RAMON JR (LAKAS) 13,893,751
    13 EJERCITO, ESTRADA JV (NPC) 13,666,884
    14 AQUINO, BENIGNO BAM (LP) 13,549,488
    15 ESTRADA, JINGGOY (PMP) 10,850,236
    16 ROXAS, MAR (LP) 9,419,327
    17 OSMEÑA, SERGE (IND) 9,065,139
    18 ONG, DOC WILLIE (LAKAS) 7,206,521
    19 MANGUDADATU, DONG (PDPLBN) 7,001,346
    20 MANICAD, JIGGY (IND) 6,604,987
    21 DIOKNO, CHEL (LP) 6,083,254
    22 ENRILE, JUAN PONCE (PMP) 5,077,826
    23 ALEJANO, GARY (LP) 4,519,140
    24 COLMENARES, NERI (MKBYN) 4,499,428
    25 GUTOC, SAMIRA (LP) 4,042,953
    26 MACALINTAL, MACAROMY (IND) 3,826,265
    27 TAÑADA, LORENZO ERIN TAPAT (LP) 3,700,878
    28 GADON, LARRY (KBL) 3,281,508
    29 HILBAY, PILO (AKSYON) 2,629,741
    30 AGUILAR, FREDDIE (IND) 2,420,181
    31 CHONG, GLENN (KDP) 2,341,097
    32 ALUNAN, RAFFY (BGMBYN) 1,906,296
    33 MANGONDATO, FAISAL (IND) 1,867,946
    34 ESCUDERO, AGNES (IND) 1,472,464
    35 PADILLA, DADO (PFP) 1,032,853
    36 ARELLANO, ERNESTO (IND) 892,392
    37 MONTAÑO, ALLAN (IND) 876,289
    38 DE GUZMAN, KA LEODY (PLM) 853,666
    39 CHAVEZ, MELCHOR (WPP) 726,355
    40 ABEJO, VANGIE (IND) 617,953
    41 CASIÑO, TOTI (KDP) 542,704
    42 AFUANG, ABNER (WPP) 529,952
    43 ALBANI, SHARIFF (WPP) 462,169
    44 ROLEDA, DAN KAIBIGAN (UNA) 436,861
    45 GENEROSO, GEN PEDERALISMO (IND) 424,712
    46 JANGAO, BFG ABRAHAM (IND) 410,320
    47 SAHIDULLA, LADY ANN (KDP) 405,162
    48 ARIAS, MARCELINO (WPP) 402,651
    49 ALFAJORA, RICHARD (IND) 382,511
    50 MATULA, JOSE SONNY (WPP) 380,900
    51 FRANCISCO, ELMER (PFP) 373,128
    52 NALLIW, JOAN SHEELAH (IND) 370,045
    53 ARCEGA, GERALD (WPP) 362,991
    54 VALDES, BUTCH (KDP) 340,662
    55 CACERES, JESUS (IND) 337,389
    56 AUSTRIA, BERNARD (PDSP) 327,665
    57 BALDEVARONA, BALDE (FFP) 294,600
    58 MALLILLIN, EMILY (IND) 287,575
    59 GADDI, CHARLIE (IND) 271,256
    60 JAVELLANA, RJ (KDP) 243,432
    61 GUIGAYUMA, JUNBERT (WPP) 226,727
    62 MENIANO, LUTHER (WPP) 151,127

    The 12 candidates with the highest number of votes on today's election will join the the winners of the 2016 election to form the 18th Congress of the Philippines. They will take office on June 30, 2019.

    For the 2019 elections, the country will adopt an automated election system (AES) for the consolidation, electronic transmission of election results and canvassing of votes using the central and transparency servers.

    — The Summit Express

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