Comelec’s Latest Partial & Official Result Shows Former Sen. Bong Revilla Moving to Higher Spot
BONG REVILLA – Former Senator Ramon Revilla Jr. advanced to a higher rank in the latest partial and official result of the Election 2019 from the Commission on Elections (Comelec).
The tallying of the votes in the Election 2019 is not yet over. It is a nationwide poll for the senatorial election thus it is expected to take more time than the counting of votes under the local election.
Currently, the public is eager to know on who would really make it to the Magic 12. The anxious part is from the Top 10 until Top 12 as there were changes in the said spots while the counting was ongoing.
One of the most looked-after senatorial candidates in the Election 2019 is former Sen. Bong Revilla. Undeniably, his inclusion to the Top 12 in partial and unofficial result released earlier gained mixed reactions from the people.
For the part of the Senator, speaking to DZMM as reported by ABS-CBN, Revilla credited his standing on the senatorial race to his acquittal from the Pork Barrel Scam and his viral ad campaign.
Recently, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) released the latest partial and official result of the Election 2019 senatorial race. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, former Sen. Bong Revilla advanced to a higher rank in the Top 12.
Previously, the Revilla was on the Top 12 of the partial and official Election 2019 senatorial race result from the Comelec. In the latest result from the poll body, the former Senator advanced a step higher – from Top 12 to Top 11. He exchanged ranks with Sen. Nancy Binay.
The said result is from the 162 certificates of canvass (COCs) tallied by the National Board of Canvassers. Five(5) COCs have yet to be tallied and these COCs will reportedly come from the United States, Japan, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, and Isabela province.
Here is the latest partial and official result from the Comelec based on ABS-CBN News:
1. Cynthia Villar – 24,757,642
2. Grace Poe – 21,563,558
3. Bong Go – 20,223,738
4. Pia Cayetano – 19,390,096
5. Bato dela Rosa – 18,639,583
6. Sonny Angara – 17,786740
7. Lito Lapid – 16,587,742
8. Imee Marcos – 15,362,702
9. Francis Tolentino – 15,196,397
10. Kiko Pimentel – 14,395,957
11. Bong Revilla – 14,279,625
12. Nancy Binay – 14,065,071
13. JV Ejercito – 13,983,153
14. Bam Aquino – 13,895,154
Reportedly, the tallying of the remaining COCs will begin resume at 1:00 in the afternoon today. We’ll keep you posted for updates.