Comelec’s Partial and Official Election 2019 Senatorial Race Result’s Top 12 Includes Former Sen. Bong Revilla
BONG REVILLA – Former Senator Ramon Revilla Jr. is currently included to the Top 12 of the partial and official Election 2019 result from the Commission on Elections (Comelec).
Undeniably, one of the most controversial personalities since the start of the filing of candidacies for the Election 2019 is former Sen. Ramon Revilla Jr. Many people were visibly surprised of the former Senator taking a chance for a Senate comeback amid the ongoing issues regarding the controversial Pork Barrel Scam.
Revilla is one of those politicians linked to Pork Barrel Scam, one of the biggest corruption issue in the history of the Philippines. It was in December 2018 when he posted bail and gained his freedom. His fans and supporters were very happy that he can finally be with his family again after several years.
Following the Election 2019 held last May 13, partial and unofficial results crossed the surface. In the said results, former Sen. Bong Revilla is among those candidates who are in to the Top 12. But, in the partial and official result from the Comelec as of Thursday, Revilla was on the Top 13.
Recently, the Comelec has given the latest partial and official Election 2019 senatorial race result as of Friday night. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, in the said result, former Sen. Bong Revilla is in to the Top 12. Sen. Cynthia Villar remains on top of the list followed by Sen. Grace Poe.
Sen. Bam Aquino slid down to Top 13 while Sen. Nancy Binay remained on the 11th spot in the Comelec’s partial and official result. Based on ABS-CBN, here is the latest Election 2019 senatorial race result from the Comelec:
- Cynthia Villar – 23,610,580
- Grace Poe – 20,711,849
- Bong Go – 19,030,884
- Pia Cayetano – 18,550,012
- Ronald dela Rosa – 17,567,258
- Sonny Angara – 17,027,333
- Lito Lapid – 15,778,223
- Imee Marcos – 14,775,948
- Francis Tolentino – 14,387,602
- Koko Pimentel – 13,563,083
- Nancy Binay – 13,453,117
- Bong Revilla – 13,442,578
- Bam Aquino – 13,384,293
- JV Ejercito – 13,344,417
- Jinggoy Estrada – 10,512,191
Based on the report, as of Friday, the National Board of Canvassers has tallied 146 out of 167 certificates of canvass (COCs).
The tallying continues. Rest assured we’ll continue to post updates regarding the Election 2019.