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Latest PPCRV tally: JV, Bam out of  Magic 12

MANILA, Philippines – Reelectionist senators JV Ejercito and Bam Aquino failed to crack the Magic 12 of the midterm elections; senatorial derby, based on the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting’s (PPCRV) latest partial and unofficial count Friday night.

The PPCRV, as of 7:52 p.m. Friday, has so far tallied votes from 86,047 out of 87,851 vote counting machines nationwide (97.95 percent).

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Eight party-list groups meanwhile are poised to get at least one seat in the House of Representatives based on

Senator Cynthia Villar is still pacing the senatorial race with 25,052,185 votes.

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The other candidates in the top 12 are:

  • Grace Poe (21,871,538)
  • Bong Go (20,377,789)
  • Pia Cayetano (19,586,061)
  • Ronald dela Rosa (18,732,176)
  • Sonny Angara (18,002,726)
  • Lito Lapid (16,841,212)
  • Imee Marcos (15,693,849)
  • Francis Tolentino (15,312,293)
  • Bong Revilla (14,498,302)
  • Koko Pimentel (14,496,776)
  • Nancy Binay (14,416,181)

Ejercito is in 13th place with 14,190,534 votes, followed by Aquino with 14,059,396 votes.

Ejercito trails Binay by 225,647 votes.

In the party-list race, ACT-CIS still leads with 2,604,523 votes or 9.46 percent of votes, followed by the following groups:

  • Bayan Muna (1,107,396 /4.02 percent)
  • Ako Bikol (1,046,073 / 3.8 percent)
  • Cibac (923,453 / 3.35 percent)
  • Ang Probinsyano (764,345 / 2.77 percent)
  • 1Pacman (709,135 / 2.57 percent)
  • Marino (674,125 / 2.45 percent)
  • Probinsyano Ako (626,899 / 2.28 percent)
  • Senior Citizens (507,600 or 1.84 percent)
  • Magsasaka (490,615 / 1.78 percent)
  • APEC (478,494 / 1.74 percent)
  • Gabriela (444,509 / 1.61 percent)
  • An Waray (440,128 / 1.6 percent)
  • COOP-NATCCO (413,379 / 1.5 percent)

Party-list groups with at least two percent of total votes cast will earn a seat in the House of Representatives, while what remains of the 59 seats allocated to party-list groups will be divided among party-list groups that got more than two percent of total votes.  (Editor: Gilbert S. Gaviola)

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