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May. 17, 19 | 12:25 pm

Filipino expats in the UAE who have successfully registered and voted at the recently held 2019 Midterm Elections with the final batch of 3 precincts from Dubai and a total of 60 SD cards to finish the consolidation of the votes.

Total number of registered voters who actually voted are 44,295 individuals or 14% out of 319,228 registered voters. Out of that total number, 15,808 votes (14.48% out of 109,130 registered) came from Abu Dhabi, while 28,487 votes (13.62% out of 209,202 registered) came from Dubai and the Northern Emirates.

“To our kababayans, I commend those who exercised their right to vote. Voting is the highest act of patriotism that every Filipino can perform. I’m proud of all those who did not let the simple inconveniences get in the way,” said Quintana.

Here are the partial, official results for the Filipino vote in the UAE:

DELA ROSA, BATO (PDPLBN) Partido Demokratiko Pilipino Lakas ng Bayan: 35473
GO, BONG GO (PDPLBN): 34019
MARCOS, IMEE (NP): 32317
ONG, DOC WILLIE (LAKAS): 32233
CAYETANO, PIA (NP) Nacionalista Party: 31151
VILLAR, CYNTHIA (NP): 27869
TOLENTINO, FRANCIS (PDPLBN): 25336
CHONG, GLENN (KDP): 20615
ANGARA, EDGARDO SONNY (LDP) Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino: 19871
GADON, LARRY (KBL) Kilusang Bagong Lipunan: 19653
PIMENTEL, KOKO (PDPLBN): 16995
POE, GRACE (IND): 15778
MANICAD, JIGGY (IND): 14370
ALUNAN, RAFFY (BGMBYN) Bagumbayan Volunteers or a new Philippines: 14256
MANGUDADATU, DONG (PDPLBN): 13790
EJERCITO, ESTRADA JV (NPC) Nationalist People’s Coalition: 11957
LAPID, LITO (NPC): 11189
OSMEÑA, SERGE (IND): 9360
BINAY, NANCY (UNA) United Nationalist Alliance: 7268
BONG REVILLA, RAMON JR. (LAKAS) Lakas Christian Muslim Democrats: 7009
ESTRADA, JINGGOY (PMP): 6010
AQUINO, BENIGNO BAM (LP): 5955
DIOKNO, CHEL (LP): 5141
ENRILE, JUAN PONCE (PMP) Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino: 5094
ROXAS, MAR (LP): 4971
GUTOC, SAMIRA (LP): 3992
TAÑADA, LORENZO ERIN TAPAT (LP): 3981
ALEJANO, GARY (LP): 3742
MACALINTAL, MACAROMY (IND): 3632
COLMENARES, NERI (MKBYN) Makabayang Koalisyon ng Mamamayan: 3573
HILBAY, PILO (AKSYON) Aksyon Demokratiko: 3485
AGUILAR, FREDDIE (IND): 3436
MANGONDATO, FAISAL (IND): 1733
CASIÑO, TOTI (KDP) Katipunan ng Demokratikong Pilipino: 1654
VALDES, BUTCH (KDP): 1576
ESCUDERO, AGNES (IND): 1441
MONTAÑO, ALLAN (IND): 811
ARELLANO, ERNESTO (IND): 622
DE GUZMAN, KA LEODY (PLM) Partido Lakas ng Masa: 576
PADILLA, DADO (PFP): 572
AFUANG, ABNER (WPP) Workers and Peasants Party: 560
GENEROSO, GEN PEDERALISMO (IND): 490
CHAVEZ, MELCHOR (WPP): 436
SAHIDULLA, LADY ANN (KDP): 383
CACERES, JESUS (IND): 332
ABEJO, VANGIE (IND) Independent: 328
ARIAS, MARCELINO (WPP): 322
JANGAO, BFG ABRAHAM (IND): 270
FRANCISCO, ELMER (PFFP) Partido Federal ng Pilipinas: 245
GADDI, CHARLIE (IND): 227
JAVELLANA, RJ (KDP): 227
ROLEDA, DAN KAIBIGAN (UNA): 227
MATULA, JOSE SONNY (WPP): 202
MALLILLIN, EMILY (IND): 195
NALLIW, JOAN SHEELAH (IND): 195
ALBANI, SHARIFF (WPP): 188
AUSTRIA, BERNARD (PDSP) Partido Demokratiko Sosyalista ng Pilipinas: 162
ARCEGA, GERALD (WPP): 150
BALDEVARONA, BALDE (FFP) Filipino Family Party: 128
ALFAJORA, RICHARD (IND): 125
GUIGAYUMA, JUNBERT (WPP): 81
MENIANO, LUTHER (WPP): 58

PARTY LISTS:

(101) ACT-CIS – ANTI-CRIME AND TERRORISM COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AND SUPPORT, INC.: 11700
(181) AA-KASOSYO PARTY – KASOSYO PRODUCER-CONSUMER EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION INC.: 4528
(007) OFW FAMILY – OFW FAMILY CLUB, INC: 2476
(157) DUTERTE YOUTH – DUTY TO ENERGIZE THE REPUBLIC THROUGH THE ENLIGHTENMENT OF THE YOUTH SECTORAL PARTY-LIST ORGANIZATION: 2466
(067) SBP – SERBISYO SA BAYAN APRTY: 2144
(116) ACTS-OFW – ACTS OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKERS COALITION OF ORGANIZATIONS: 2006
(001) BAYAN MUNA – BAYAN MUNA: 1109
(033) CIBAC – CITIZENS’ BATTLE AGAINST CORRUPTION: 1042
(138) MAGDALO – MAGDALO PARA SA PILIPINO: 969
(130) SENIOR CITIZENS – COALITION OF ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR CITIZENS IN THE PHILIPPINES, INC.: 884
(037) GABRIELA – GABRIELA WOMEN’S APRTY: 854
(003) MAGSASAKA – MAGKAKASAMA SA SAKAHAN, KAUNLARAN: 791
(109) KALINGA – KALINGA – ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION-BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC.: 743
(012) ANG NARS – ANG NARS, INC.: 586
(141) AKO BICOL – AKO BICOL POLITICAL PARTY: 440
(122) 1PACMAN – ONE PATRIOTIC COALITION OF MARGINALIZED NATIONALS: 377
(087) BUHAY – BUHAY HAYAAN YUMABONG: 362
(027) AMEPA OFW – AMEPA OFW ACCESS CENTER, INC.: 346
(004) PEACE – PHILIPPINE EDUCATORS ALLIANCE FOR COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT: 328
(048) TGP – TALINO AT GALING NG PINOY: 324
(169) WOW PILIPINAS – WOW PILIPINAS MOVEMENT: 296
(108) ABAKADA – ABAKADA GURO: 272
(053) BH – BAGONG HENERASYON: 263
(010) GLOBAL – GLOBAL WORKERS AND FAMILY FEDERATION, INC.: 239
(083) ACT TEACHERS – ACT TEACHERS: 230
(092) AKO BISAYA – AKO BISAYA, INC.: 230
(002) KABAYAN – KABALIKAT NG MAMAMAYAN: 214
(054) ANG PROBINSYANO – ALYANSA NG MGA MAMAMAYANG PROBINSYANO: 213
(142) COOP-NATCOO – COOPERATIVE NATCCO NETWORK: 206
(043) AN WARAY – AN WARAY: 190
(088) AKBAYAN – AKBAYAN CITIZENS ACTION PARTY: 175
(084) PEOPLE’S CHAMP – PEOPLE’S CHAMP GUARDIANS: 141
(131) A TEACHER – ADVOCACY FOR TEACHER EMPOWERMENT THROUGH ACTION COOPERATION AND HARMONY TOWARDS EDUCATIONAL REFORM: 140
(042) KABATAAN – KABATAAN PARTY LIST: 131
(071) 1-ANG EDUKASYON – UNA ANG EDUKASYON: 127
(091) PROBINSYANO AKO – PROBINSYANO AKO: 117
(155) – ITO ANG TAMA – TANGGOL MARALITA: 113
(035) MURANG KURYENTE – MURANG KURYENTE PARTYLIST: 107
(031) JUAN MOVEMENT – JOINT UNION OF ACTIVE NATIONALIST FILIPINO MOVEMENT: 104
(114) AGRI – AGRI-AGRA NA REPORMA PARA SA MAGSASAKA NG PILIPINAS MOVEMENT: 92
(014) ANAKPAWIS – ANAKPAWIS: 90
(021) LUNTIAN – LUNTIANG PILIPINAS PARTYLIST: 90
(158) BUTIL – BUTIL FARMERS PARTY: 87
(134) 1-AHAPO – ONE ADVOCACY FOR HEALTH, PROGRESS AND OPPORTUNITY: 81
(099) TINGOG SINIRANGAN – TINGOG SINIRANGAN: 78
(079) ABANTE PILIPINAS – AVID BUILDERS OF ACTIVE NATION’S CITIZENRY TOWARDS EMPOWERED PHILIPPINES: 77
(115) AGAP – AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ALLIANCE OF THE PHILIPPINES: 72
(024) APEC – ASSOCIATION OF PHILIPPINES ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES: 68
(148) AANGAT TAYO – AANGAT TAYO: 59
(026) PBA – PUWERSA NG BAYANING ATLETA: 58
(164) AGBIAG! – AGBIAG! TIMPUYOG ILOCANO, INC.: 58
(006) KONTRA BROWNOUT PARTYLIST – NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR ELECTRICITY CONSUMERS FOR REFORMS, INC: 57
(153) AMIN – ANAK MINDANAO: 57
(047) ANAKLUSUGAN – ALAGAAN NATIN ATING KALUSUGAN: 56
(095) AASENSO – ATING AGAPAY SENTRONG SAMAHAN NG MGA OBRERO, INC.: 56
(018) RAM – Rebolusyonaryong Alyansang Makabansa: 55
(080) MARINO – MARINO SAMAHAN NG MGA SEAMAN, INC.: 55
(076) ABONO – ABONO: 54
(100) MANILA TEACHERS’ – MANILA TEACHERS’ SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, INC.: 54
(172) PHILRECA – PHILIPPINE RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES ASSOCIATION, INC.: 53
(166) TUCP – TRADE UNION CONGRESS PARTY: 51
(009) KUSUG TAUSUG – KUSUG TAUSUG: 48
(140) 1-CARE – 1ST CONSUMERS ALLIANCE FOR RURAL ENERGY, INC.: 48
(170)SAGIP – SOCIAL AMELIORATION AND GENUINE INTERVENTION ON POVERTY: 48
(136) ANG KABUHAYAN – ANG KABUHAYAN: 47
(049) ABEKA – ABE KAPAMPANGAN (ABEKA) INC.: 42
(149) KABALIKAT – KABALIKAT NG NAGKAKAISANG MANILEÑO: 39
(022) AKO BISDAK – AKO BISDAK-BISAYANG DAKO (AB-DB), INC.: 37
(151) RECOBODA – RURAL ELECTRIC CONSUMERS AND BENEFICIARIES OF DEVELOPMENT AND ADVANCEMENT, INC.: 37
(103) APPEND – APPEND INC.: 36
(112) AAMBIS-OWA – ANG ASOSASYON SANG MANGUNGUMA NGA BISAYA-OWA MANGUNGUMA, INC: 34
(124) ABAMIN – ABANTE MINDANAO, INC.: 34
(036) ANGKLA – ANGKLA: ANG PARTIDO NG MGA PILIPINONG MARINO, INC.: 33
(132) GP – GALING SA PUSO PARTY: 33
(023) ASEAN – ACADEMICIANS, STUDENTS AND EDUCATORS ALLIANCE INC.: 32
(030) PRAI – PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE RETIREES ASSOCIATION, INC.: 32
(171) DIWA – DEMOCRATIC INDEPENDENT WORKERS’ ASSOCIATION: 32
(180) GRECON – GRAINS RETAILERS’ CONFEDERATION OF THE PHILIPPINES, INC: 31
(032) BUKLOD FILIPINO – PINAGBUKLOD NA FILIPINO PARA SA BAYAN: 30
(143) MAYPAGASA – KILUSANG MAYPAGASA: 30
(144) ATING KOOP – ADHIKAING TINAGUYOD NG KOOPERATIBA: 30
(029) BAHAY – BAHAY PARA SA PAMILYANG PILIPINO, INC.: 29
(075) LPGMA – LPG MARKETERS ASSOCIATION INC.: 27
(175) PBB – PARTIDO NG BAYAN ANG BIDA: 27
(060) PATROL – PUBLIC SAFETY ALLIANCE FOR TRANSFORMATION AND RULE OF LAW, INC.: 26
(016) CWS – CONSTRUCTION WORKERS’ SOLIDARITY: 25
(038) AKO AN BISAYA – AKO AN BISAYA: 25
(069) INANG MAHAL – INA NA NAGMAMAHAL SA ANAK: 25
(156) 1 UTAP BICOL – ONE UNIFIED TRANSPORT ALLIANCE OF THE PHILIPPINES-BICOL REGION: 25
(086) ALAY BUHAY – ALAY BUHAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, INC.: 24
(059) SINAG – SINAG TUNGO SA KAUNLARAN: 22
(020) DUMPER PTDA – DUMPER PHILIPPINES TAXI DRIVERS ASSOCIATION, INC.: 21
(073) ALIF – ANG LABAN NG INDIGINONG FILIPINO: 21
(127) AWAKE – AWARENESS OF KEEPERS OF THE ENVIRONMENT, INC.: 21
(163) ABANG LINGKOD – ABANG LINGKOD, INC.: 21
(177) 1AAAP – 1 ALLIANCE ADVOCATING AUTONOMY PARTY: 21
(063) KOOP-KAMPI – KOOPERATIBA-KAPISANAN NG MAGSASAKA NG PILIPINAS: 20
(096) ALONA – ALLIANCE OF ORGANIZATIONS, NETWORKS AND ASSOCIATIONS OF THE PHILIPPINES: 20
(044) SULONG DIGNIDAD – SULONG DIGNIDAD PARTY: 19
(068) PPP – PILIPINAS PARA SA PINOY: 18
(137) YACAP –YOU AGAINST CORRUPTION AND POVERTY: 18
(152) AKO PADAYON – AKO PADAYON PILIPINO: 18
(150) BHW – BARANGAY HEALTH WELLNESS: 17
(176) LAANG KAWAL – LAANG KAWAL NG PILIPINAS: 17
(008) 1-UTAK – 1-UNITED TRANSPORT KOALISYON: 16
(082) TAO MUNA – ANG TAO MUNA AT BAYAN: 16
(039) 1-LAMBAT – ISANG LAPIAN NG MANGINGISDA AT BAYAN TUNGO SA KAUNLARAN: 15
(046) ALL-FISH – ALLIANCE OF PHILIPPINE FISHING FEDERATIONS, INC.: 15
(055) PM – PARTIDO MANGGAGAWA: 14
(058) ANAC-IP – ANG NATIONAL COALITION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE ACTION NA! INC.: 14
(089) PARTIDO SANDUGO – PARTIDO SANDUGO: 14
(098) BANAT – BARANGAY NATIN: 14
(104) CONSLA – CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC.: 14
(173) 1P – ONE PHILIPPINES: 14
(052) ABS –ARTS BUSINESS AND SCIENCE PROFESSIONALS: 13
(078) AKO – AKO AYOKO SA BAWAL NA DROGA: 13
(017) PTA – PARENTS TEACHERS ALLIANCE: 12
(113) TINDERONG PINOY – TINDERONG PINOY PARTY: 12
(147) ALENG ENTREP – ASSOCIATION OF LADY ENTREPRENEURS: 12
(051) AKMA-PTM – AKSYON MAGSASAKA-PARTIDO TINIG NG MASA (AKMA-PTM): 10
(094) METRO – MOVEMENT FOR ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION AND RIGHTEOUS OPPORTUNITIES: 9
(097) TRICAP – TRIBAL COMMUNITIES ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES: 9
(126) PLM – PARTIDO LAKAS NG MASA: 9
(168) FFF – FILIPINO FAMILY PARTY: 9
(065) UNIDO – UNION OF NATIONALISTIC DEMOCRATIC FILIPINO ORGANIZATION: 6
(110) MARVELOUS TAYO – NOBLE ADVANCEMENT OF MARVELOUS PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, INC.: 6
(139) ANUPA – ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATION ASSEMBLY, INC.: 6
(074) MATA – ANG MATA’Y ALAGAAN: 5
(093) AVE – ALLIANCE OF VOLUNTEER EDUCATORS: 5
(117) FICTAP – FEDERATION OF INTERNATION CABLE TV AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATIONS OF THE PHILIPPINES: 5
(133) 1-APTO – ALLIANCE OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT ORGANIZATION INC.: 4
(105) KMM – KAISAHAN NG MGA MALILIIT NA MAGSASAKA: 3
(072) KAMAIS – KAMAIS PILIPINAS (KAPATIRANG MAGMAMAIS NG PILIPINAS, INC.): 1
(121) SAMAKO – SANDIGAN NG MGA MANGGAGAWA SA KONSTRUKSIYON: 0

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