Jinkee Pacquiao leads in Sarangani Vice Governor race

Celebs who won, lost

(UPDATE) Jinkee Pacquiao is leading by a wide margin with 103,438 votes--80,000 more than another woman opponent, Eleanor Saguiguit, in the vice-gubernatorial race in Mindanao's Sarangani Province.

Based on Comelec's partial and unofficial count, these figures cover 75.61% (307) of the 406 election returns.

The wife of Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquaio will reportedly be proclaimed the winner even though the canvass of votes only began 7 AM this morning.

Jinkee made a surprise move October last year when she announced her entry in politics.

Meanwhile, the Filipino boxer is expected to win his second term in Congress in the lone district of Sarangani after running unopposed.

While showbiz personalities enjoy some amount of popularity, this edge is no proof that they can instantly win a seat in politics.

Here's the current standing of some celebrities seeking various posts in the midterm elections.

(Comelec's partial unofficial tally of as of 09:30 AM)


Partial Unofficial
Herbert Bautista wins 479,414
Political Party: Liberal Party (LP)
Running for: Mayor, Quezon City

Lino Cayetano wins 30,511
Political Party: Nacionalista Party (NP)
Running for: Congressman, Taguig City– 4th District

Jeorge “ER” Ejercito Estregan wins 410,623
Political party: United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Running for: Provincial Governor, Laguna

Joseph "Erap" Estrada wins 288,058
Political party: United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Running for: Mayor, City of Manila

Danilo "Dan" Fernandez wins 120,784
Political Party: Liberal Party (LP)
Running for: Reelection as Congressman, Laguna–1st District

Daniel Fernando wins 696,477
Political Party: National Unity Party (NUP)
Running for: Reelection as Provincial Vice-Governor, Bulacan

Lucy Torres–Gomez wins 96,488
Political Party: Liberal Party (LP)
Running for: Reelection as Congresswoman, Leyte– 4th District

Angelica Jones (Angelica Alarva) wins (2nd) 60,406
Political Party: United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Running for: Reelection as Board Member, Laguna–3rd District

Isko Moreno (Francisco Domagoso) wins 329,596
Political Party: United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Running for: Reelection as Vice-Mayor, City of Manila

Grace Poe–Llamanzares wins 14,544,256
Political Party: Independent candidate affiliated with Team PNoy
Running for: Senator

Aga Muhlach wins 50,950
Political Party: Liberal Party (LP)
Running for: Congressman, Camarines Sur– 4th District

Jinkee Pacquiao wins 107,749
Political Party: United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Running for: Provincial Vice-Governor, Sarangani

Manny Pacquiao wins (walang kalaban) 117,433
Political Party: United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Running for: Reelection as Congressman, Sarangani province

Ramon “Jolo” Revilla wins 394,147
Political Party: LAKAS
Running for: Provincial Vice-Governor, Cavite

Vilma Santos wins 659,456
Political Party: Liberal Party (LP)
Running for: Reelection as Provincial Governor, Batangas

Alfred Vargas LP 56,954
Political Party: Liberal Party (LP)
Running for: Congressman, Quezon City–5th District

Aragones Sol wins 78,467
Member, House of Representatives - Third Legdist Laguna

Charee Pineda 4th 51,122
Political Party: Nationalist Peoples' Coalition (NPC)
Running for: Councilor, Valenzuela City–2nd District

Roderick Paulate 3rd 64,430
Political Party: Independent Candidate
Running for: Reelection as Councilor, Quezon City–2nd District

Roselle Nava 2nd 42,699
Political Party: United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Running for: Reelection as Councilor, Parañaque City–1st Dictrict

Alma Moreno 5th 36,677
Political Party: Liberal Party (LP)
Running for: Reelection as Councilor, Parañaque City–1st District

Gian Sotto 2nd 46,495
Political Party: Liberal Party (LP)
Running for: Reelection as Councilor, Quezon City–3rd District

Ryan Yllana 2nd 45,367
Political Party: Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP)
Running for: Reelection as Councilor, Parañaque City–2nd District

Anjo Yllana 4th 40,214 4th
Political Party: United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Running for: Councilor, Quezon City–5th District

Monsour del Rosario 68,271 3rd spot
Member, Sangguniang Panlungsod - First Dist

FERNANDEZ, MAYBELYN 44,762
Member, Sangguniang Panlungsod - Lone Dist
Dagupan City Pangasinan

Lani Mercado–Revilla    wins
Political Party: Lakas Christian Muslim Democrats (LAKAS)
Running for: Reelection as Congresswoman, Cavite–2nd District

Roselle Nava 2nd 42,699
Political Party: United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Running for: Reelection as Councilor, Parañaque City–1st Dictrict



Losers
Christopher de Leon loses 28,934
Political party: Liberal Party (LP)
Running for: Congressman, Batangas– 2nd District

Richard Gomez loses 31,780
Political Party: Liberal Party (LP)
Running for: Mayor, Ormoc City

Joey Marquez loses 39,381
Political Party: Independent
Running for: Congressman, Parañaque City– 4th district

Imelda Papin loses 32,539
Political Party: Lakas Christian Muslim Democrats (LAKAS)
Running for: Congresswoman, San Jose Del Monte City in Bulacan

Annabelle Rama loses 31,886
Political Party: United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Running for: Congresswoman, Cebu–1st district

Shalani Soledad loses 46,975
Political Party: Liberal Party
Running for: Congresswoman, Valenzuela City–2nd District

Rey Valera (Rey Guardiano) loses 25,914
Political Party: Partido Demokratiko Pilipino Lakas ng Bayan (PDP)
Running for: Vice-Mayor of Meycauayan City, Bulacan

Lou Veloso loses 196,967
Political Party: Liberal Party (LP)
Running for: Vice-Mayor, City of Manila

Joko Diaz loses 38,874
Member, Sangguniang Panlalawigan - Second Provdist Batangas Province

Dennis Padilla (Dennis Baldivia) 4th 33,000 loses
Political Party: United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Running for: Board Member, Laguna–3rd District

The award-winning Alfred Vargas wants to be Congressman for Quezon City's 5th District.
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