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May. 14, 19 | 9:28 pm

Reelectionist Senator Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV has entered the top 12 of the first batch of partial, official results so far tallied by the Commission on Elections, sitting as National Board of Canvassers (NBOC).

As of 9:30 pm (MLA time), May 14, Aquino has garnered 2,335,724 votes, based on the results from 34 out of 167 certificates of canvass (COCs) from across the country and Philippine posts abroad.

He is the only opposition candidate currently in the top 12 for the senate race.

This, as the ranking of former senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. nosed dive to 14th spot with 1,997,438, based on the latest partial, official transmitted results. He is trailing behind Sen. JV Ejercito, who is in 13th spot with 2,292,264 votes.

Meanwhile, Senators Cynthia Villar (4,092,454 votes) and Grace Poe (3,650,288 votes) keep their lead in the partial and official count.

Rounding up the Magic 12 as of 9:30p.m., May 14:

  1. Cynthia Villar                        4,092,454
  2. Grace Poe:                           3,650,288
  3. Christopher “Bong” Go         3,293, 341
  4. Pia Cayetano                        3,251,819
  5. Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa      3,128,061
  6. Sonny Angara                       3,022,955
  7. Imee Marcos                         2,850,643
  8. Francis Tolentino                   2,584,833
  9. Lito Lapid                              2,520,316
  10. Aquilino Pimentel III              2,439,571
  11. Nancy Binay                          2,366,035
  12. Bam Aquino                           2,335,724

 

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