Thursday, May 12, 2016

Duterte, Marcos lead in partial, unofficial OAV tally

Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Sen. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. are leading in the partial and unofficial tally of returns for the Overseas Absentee Voting.
As of 3:53 p.m. Wednesday, 21.38 percent of election returns have been processed by the transparency server.
Duterte got 98,703 votes followed by Liberal Party's Mar Roxas with 14,325 votes and Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago with 13,069 votes.
Placed fourth was Sen. Grace Poe with 7,631 followed by Vice President Jejomar Binay 2,433.
The late ambassador Roy SeƱeres got 37 votes.
In the partial tally for the vice presidential race, Marcos led with 57,393 vote followed by Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano with 45,106.
Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo placed third with 26,334 votes followed by Senators Francis Escudero with 5,097 votes, Antonio Trillanes IV with 998 votes and Gringo Honasan with 928 votes.
The votes counted for processed returns for the OAV was part of the 95.54 percent returns counted in the Comelec-GMA Mirror server.
Duterte was still leading with a wide margin over second placer Roxas.
In the vice presidential race, Robredo remains on top with only more than 200,000 lead over Marcos.
Robredo had 13,960,824 votes over Marcos' 13,727,796 votes.
The updated results of the partial and unofficial results of the elections can be viewed on GMA News Online's "Eleksyon Results" website.
To see results specifically for OAV and other areas, scroll down to the filter box and search by "position" and "location."
Under location, you can choose OAV from the "region" drop down. —ALG, GMA

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