politics and governance

2019 Philippine senatorial election results: Partial, unofficial from COMELEC

During the 2019 Philippine general election on May 13, 2019, Filipino voters had 62 candidates to choose from for the 12 vacant senatorial seats. Here are the partial and unofficial results from the Commission on Election (COMELEC):

Updated: May 20, 2019 (9:01 a.m., Manila time)

Election returns transmitted: 86,322 of 87,851 clustered precincts (98.25% complete)

  1. Cynthia Villar: 25,116,310
  2. Grace Poe: 21,911,481
  3. Bong Go: 20,453,347
  4. Pia Cayetano: 19,632,440
  5. Bato de la Rosa: 18,802,305
  6. Sonny Angara: 18,041,634
  7. Lito Lapid: 16,880,206
  8. Imee Marcos: 15,729,192
  9. Francis Tolentino: 15,368,023
  10. Koko Pimentel: 14,548,465
  11. Bong Revilla Jr: 14,546,314
  12. Nancy Binay: 14,448,498
  13. JV Ejercito Estrada: 14,224,622
  14. Bam Aquino: 14,080,499
  15. Jinggoy Estrada: 11,305,904
  16. Mar Roxas: 9,793,861
  17. Serge Osmena: 9,396,741
  18. Willie Ong: 7,483,225
  19. Dong Mangudadatu: 7,400,309
  20. Jiggy Manicad: 6,835,285
  21. Chel Diokno: 6,301,482
  22. Juan Ponce Enrile: 5,283,345
  23. Gary Alejano: 4,694,099
  24. Neri Colmenares: 4,656,485
  25. Samira Gutoc: 4,273,392
  26. Romy Macalintal: 3,973,410
  27. Erin Tanada: 3,836,156
  28. Larry Gadon: 3,417,403
  29. Pilo Hilbay: 2,731,335
  30. Freddie Aguilar: 2,549,982
  31. Glenn Chong: 2,457,863
  32. Raffy Alunan: 1,999,710
  33. Faisal Mangondato: 1,972,842
  34. Agnes Escudero: 1,534,345
  35. Dado Padilla: 1,087,604
  36. Ernesto Arellano: 931,350
  37. Allan Montano: 916,275
  38. Leody de Guzman: 887,918
  39. Melchor Chavez: 759,621
  40. Vangie Abejo: 651,262
  41. Toti Casino: 571,153
  42. Abner Afuang: 554,694
  43. Shariff Albani: 491,955
  44. Dan Kaibigan Roleda: 466,520
  45. Gen Pederalismo Generoso: 445,951
  46. Abraham Jangao: 432,029
  47. Lady Ann Sahidulla: 430,864
  48. Marcelino Arias: 422,288
  49. Richard Alfajora: 402,080
  50. Jose Sonny Matula: 397,836
  51. Elmer Francisco: 391,401
  52. Joan Sheelah Nalliw: 386,873
  53. Gerald Arcega: 381,470
  54. Butch Valdes: 358,699
  55. Jesus Caceres: 355,219
  56. Bernard Austria: 344,745
  57. Balde Baldevarona: 308,790
  58. Emily Mallillin: 301,311
  59. Charlie Gaddi: 284,029
  60. RJ Javellana: 255,855
  61. Junbert Guigayuma: 238,897
  62. Luther Meniano: 158,760

The 12 winners will start their terms on June 30, 2019. They will join the incumbent senators of the Philippines namely:

  1. Franklin Drilon
  2. Joel Villanueva
  3. Tito Sotto
  4. Panfilo Lacson
  5. Richard Gordon
  6. Juan Miguel Zubiri
  7. Manny Pacquiao
  8. Francis Pangilinan
  9. Risa Hontiveros
  10. Win Gatchalian
  11. Ralph Recto
  12. Leila de Lima
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