Elections 2013: Comelec partial official results #purplethumb

Tally as of 129 COCs (39,898,992) canvassed

Two candidates from the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) continue to tail each other in the Commission on Elections (Comelec)’s senatorial count.

In its 16th update released at 5:35 pm on Saturday, Comelec – sitting as National Board of Canvassers (NBOC) – revealed that Honasan is still at the 12th and last spot of the winning circle.

The latest tally showed Honasan receiving a total of 13,070,031 votes while his ally, former Senator Richard “Dick” Gordon, continues to lag behind with 12,364,091 remaining at 13th spot.

Honasan’s counsel, lawyer Romulo Macalintal, expressed confidence that his client will not lose in the 2013 senatorial race.

“He is staying at a comfortable position,” Macalintal told reporters.

However, the elections lawyer lamented how UNA candidates are hoping to get inside the Magic 12 at the expense of their ally in the opposition.

Honasan and Gordon have been switching places in the 12th and 13th spot for days since the canvassing started on Monday evening.

Meanwhile, former Las Pinas Rep. Cynthia Villar is glued at the 10th spot after receiving 13,696,120 votes followed by San Juan City Rep. Joseph Victor “JV” Ejercito Estrada at 11th place with 13,552,991 votes.

Comelec chair Sixto Brillantes Jr. said NBOC will be able to proclaim winners on Saturday night even as certificate of canvass from Lanao del Norte is still being contested.

NBOC said it already counted 129 out of 304 CoCs containing 39,898,992 votes overall.

Rank Candidate Votes
1 POE, GRACE 20,147,423
2 LEGARDA, LORNA REGINA 'LOREN' (NPC) 18,482,961
3 CAYETANO, ALAN PETER (NP) 17,408,543
4 ESCUDERO, FRANCIS 'CHIZ' 17,332,952
5 BINAY, MARIA LOURDES NANCY (UNA) 16,645,515
6 ANGARA, JUAN EDGARDO 'SONNY' (LDP) 15,858,995
7 AQUINO, PAOLO BENIGNO IV 'BAM' (LP) 15,388,992
8 PIMENTEL, AQUILINO MARTIN 'KOKO' (PDP) 14,584,612
9 TRILLANES, ANTONIO IV 'SONNY' (NP) 13,995,603
10 VILLAR, CYNTHIA 'MRS. HANEPBUHAY' (NP) 13,696,120
11 EJERCITO ESTRADA, JOSEPH VICTO 'JV' (UNA) 13,552,991
12 HONASAN, GREGORIO 'GRINGO' (UNA) 13,070,031
13 GORDON, RICHARD 'DICK' (UNA) 12,364,091
14 ZUBIRI, JUAN MIGUEL 'MIGZ' (UNA) 11,707,146
15 ENRILE, JUAN PONCE 'JACK' (LP) 11,419,246
16 MAGSAYSAY, RAMON JR. 'JUN' (LP) 11,252,335
17 HONTIVEROS, ANA THERESOA 'RISA' (AKBAYAN) 10,840,047
18 HAGEDORN, EDWARD 8,323,835
19 VILLANUEVE, EDUARDO 'BRO. EDDIE' (BP) 6,868,774
20 MADRIGAL, MARIA ANA CONSUELO 'JAMBY' (LP) 6,727,877
21 MAGSAYSAY, MA. MILAGROS 'MITOS' (UNA) 5,569,077
22 CASINO, TEODORO 'TEDDY' (MKB) 4,254,245
23 MACEDA, ERNESTO 'MANONG ERNIE' (UNA) 3,388,936
24 COJUANGCO, MARGARITA 'TINGTING' (UNA0 3,091,642
25 DELOS REYES, JOHN CARLOS 'JC' (KPTRAN) 1,227,521
26 ALCANTARA, SAMSON (SJS) 1,226,470
27 BELGICA, GRECO ANTONIOUS (DPP) 1,118,829
28 PENSON, RICARDO L. 1,030,107
29 MONTANO, RAMON 1,029,439
30 DAVID, RIZALITO 'LITO' (KPTRAN) 1,026,096
31 SENERES, CHRISTIAN (DPP) 698,440
32 LLASOS, MARWIL (KPTRAN) 695,260
33 FALCONE, BALDOMERO 'BAL' (DPP) 659,073



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