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    May 2022 Election: Senatorial race Comelec partial, unofficial results

    MANILA, Philippines – The partial and unofficial election result for senatorial race is available online immediately as polls close on Monday, May 9. This is based on data from the Commission on Election (Comelec) Transparency server.

    The Comelec expects winners from senatorial election within three to four days after the May 9 polls.

    May 2022 Election: Senatorial race Comelec partial, unofficial results

    Commissioner George Garcia told reporters that the 'Magic 12' senators would be proclaimed starting as early as May 15.

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    There are 178 people who filed up to run for a Senate seat. The 64 names are included in the ballot.

    The 12 candidates with the highest number of votes on May 9 election will join the the winners of the 2019 election to form the 19th Congress of the Philippines.

    Election 2022 - Senatorial race 'Magic 12'
    Partial, unofficial results aggregated from Comelec data as of May 11, 2022, 8:32 AM and from 98.23% of Election Returns


    Magic 12 Candidate Votes
    1 Padilla, Robin 26,419,476
    2 Legarda, Loren 23,967,071
    3 Tulfo, Raffy 23,145,105
    4 Gatchalian, Win 20,357,262
    5 Escudero, Chiz 20,030,632
    6 Villar, Mark 19,187,923
    7 Cayetano, Alan Peter 19,062,317
    8 Zubiri, Migz 18,562,085
    9 Villanueva, Joel 18,284,988
    10 Ejercito, JV 15,675,865
    11 Hontiveros, Risa 15,258,750
    12 Estrada, Jinggoy 14,954,223

    SENATORIAL RACE


    The Senate is the upper house of Congress; the House of Representatives is the lower house. Congress holds legislative power, except to the extent reserved to the people by the provision on initiative and referendum. The Senate is the sole that ratifies treaties and convenes the impeach court.

    2022 automated election system (AES)

    The May 2022 election is the country's fifth automated polls, which started in the 2010 elections.

    When voting close on Monday, the vote counting machines (VCMs) transmit the vote counts – also known as election returns or ERs – to the different servers and canvassing centers in the AES.

    From the VCMs, the election returns (ERs) are transmitted to the central server, to a transparency server, and to the municipal board of canvassers (MBOC).

    From the MBOC, the results are transmitted to the provincial board of canvassers (PBOC), where the results are collated and then transmitted to the national board of canvassers (NBOC), where the results for national positions are canvassed.

    The MBOC and PBOC also separately beam ERs to the central server.

    — The Summit Express

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