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Latest Philippine Elections 2010 Unofficial Results May 14 2:00pm

Written By David D'Angelo on Friday, May 14, 2010 | 5/14/2010

Partial Unofficial Tally of the Philippine Elections 2010 as of May 14, 2:00pm via GMA 7/PPCRV  for President, Vice President and Senators (89.98% of Election Returns (ERs)):

OTHER RESULTS

PRESIDENT Elections 2010 Results 

1 AQUINO, Benigno Simeon III C. 13,815,882
2 ESTRADA EJERCITO, Joseph M. 8,737,055
3 VILLAR, Manuel Jr B. 5,000,652
4 TEODORO, Gilberto Jr. C. 3,670,400
5 VILLANUEVA, Eduardo C. 1,024,549
6 GORDON, Richard J. 466,958
7 ACOSTA, Vetellano S. 163,459
8 PERLAS, Jesus Nicanor P. 48,870
9 MADRIGAL, Jamby A. 42,117
10 DE LOS REYES, John Carlos G. 40,001

VICE PRESIDENT Elections 2010 Results: 

1 BINAY, Jejomar C. 13,459,926
2 ROXAS, Manuel A. 12,663,005
3 LEGARDA, Loren B. 3,795,593
4 FERNANDO, Bayani F. 936,172
5 MANZANO, Eduardo B. 705,762
6 YASAY, Perfecto R. 330,425
7 SONZA, Jose Y. 57,616
8 CHIPECO, Dominador Jr F. 47,302

SENATORS Elections 2010 Results:

1 BONG REVILLA, Ramon, Jr. B. 17,798,725
2 ESTRADA, Jinggoy E. 17,388,931
3 DEFENSOR SANTIAGO, Miriam P. 15,907,340
4 DRILON, Franklin M. 14,578,692
5 ENRILE, Juan Ponce -. 14,384,456
6 CAYETANO, Pilar Juliana S. 12,593,411
7 MARCOS, Ferdinand, Jr. R. 12,136,069
8 RECTO, Ralph G. 11,383,325
9 SOTTO , Vicente III C. 10,937,933
10 OSMEÑA, Sergio III D. 10,685,384
11 LAPID, Manuel M. 10,049,369
12 GUINGONA , Teofisto III D. 9,461,837
13 HONTIVEROS-BARAQUEL, Ana 8,405,780
14 BIAZON, Rozzano Rufino B. 7,943,972
15 DE VENECIA, Jose III P. 7,698,849
16 REMULLA, Gilbert Cesar C. 6,889,542
17 LIM, Danilo D. 6,738,568
18 ROCO, Sonia M. 6,227,989
19 QUERUBIN, Ariel O. 6,027,478
20 PIMENTEL, Gwendolyn D. 5,841,145
21 ACOSTA, Jr. Nereus O. 5,439,442
22 LACSON, Alexander L. 4,793,814
23 TAMANO, Adel A. 3,706,954
24 OSMEÑA, Emilio Mario R. 3,596,738
25 MAZA, Liza L. 3,554,855
26 OCAMPO, Saturnino C. 3,264,939
27 TATAD, Francisco S. 3,064,457
28 LOZADA, Jose Apolinario Jr L. 2,513,570
29 MITRA, Ramon B. 2,505,606
30 LANGIT, Rey M. 2,463,626
31 BELLO, Silvestre III H. 2,246,009
32 LAO, Yasmin B. 1,870,901
33 PAPIN, Imelda A. 1,792,917
34 OPLE, Susan V. 1,775,365
35 BAUTISTA, Martin D. 1,722,991
36 PLAZA, Rodolfo G. 1,386,166
37 BAUTISTA, J.V. L. 1,285,418
38 GUICO, Ramon, Jr. N. 1,121,748
39 LAMBINO, Raul L. 1,035,901
40 VILLANUEVA, Hector L. 883,295
41 OCAMPO, Ramoncito P. 856,090
42 INOCENCIO, Ma. Katherine L. R. 810,089
43 PALPARAN, Jovito Jr S. 741,774
44 TINSAY, Alexander B. 665,911
45 ALONTO, Zafrullah M. 621,826
46 TAMAYO, Reginald B. 617,235
47 ESPINOSA, Nanette M. 542,788
48 MAAMBONG, Regalado E. 484,303
49 DAVID, Rizalito Y. 449,978
50 ALBANI, Shariff Ibrahim H. 437,918
51 VIRGINES, Israel N. 410,309
52 PAREDES, Zosimo Jesus II M. 394,240
53 SISON, Adrian O. 377,428
54 PRINCESA, Reynaldo R. 327,571
55 IMBONG, Jo Aurea M. 323,398
56 NIKABULIN, Adz G. 309,763
57 CAUNAN, Henry B. 214,255
58 VALDEHUESA, Manuel Jr E. 181,436
59 TARRAZONA, Hector M. 150,279
60 RIÑOZA-PLAZO, Maria Gracia D. 137,923
61 LOOD, Alma A. 114,010



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22 comments:

edheljoy said...

is this nationwide?

edheljoy said...

bakit walang vice-president?

edong said...

meron na vice president

Anonymous said...

alang party list?

David D'Angelo said...

Yes this is nationwide and is based on the PPCRV results relayed via twitter. There are no tally for party list yet.

jay said...

ano na kaya latest tally ng local municipality sa bamban tarlac?

Pepi said...

Where did you get this?

brix said...

mas marami votes si erap?

David D'Angelo said...

Results are based on unofficial results released via GMA 7 and PPCRV whichever has the higher number of count.

hani said...

totoo yung kay teodoro? Teodoro – 51,468,478 , yan na ang boto niya?

David D'Angelo said...

@hani pasensya na po typographical error lang medyo mabilis kasi ang pagsasabi. Thanks po!

gela said...

wow! 18k votes for Perlas is not bad :)

Jiper Duran said...

sana manalo ang tamang tao,. para pagbalik ko ng pinas,. iba na ang makita ko,. para ang mga nangingibang bansa ay matuto nrin mgdalawang isip at mawala na ang common phrase na " ,..WALA NAMAN RIN MAPAPALA DITO."

David D'Angelo said...

I find it stupid and hard to believe that Vetaliano Acosta has more votes than Perlas, JC and Jamby.

Arnobie said...

This current election is very informative than before... Thanks for upgrading, we expect more development at the next election... :-)

tagastarosa1 said...

ilang senators ba ang elected? Who's on the bubble?

Anonymous said...

I hope the right person wins.....somebody who'll love this country selflessly........

Anot said...

Totally unbelievable.. I guess the number of illiterate Filipinos are greatly increasing.
Anyway, let's just wait and see what will happen to this country if your noy2x will handle our government.

P.S.
Erap ranks the second place.(now that's completely BS)

EDUCATION PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!

David D'Angelo said...

Whoever wins we should work together to make him the best president... kaya tayo lumulubog dahil kahit tapos na ang eleksyon gusto natin patunayan na mali ang pinili ng iba.

Jiper Duran said...

that's correct Dave, so don't feel stupid if someone gets the higher votes than your bet. you are the one who made this site, respect the people you are showing here.
If you are the administrator of this site, you should not comment anything bias against someone.
Be a matured NYPian.
Be accurate in public information, it can result chaos.
Be more prorfessional, not next time, but always.

David D'Angelo said...

My comment about Acosta will remain since it is a fact that there is something wrong with his votes and it is statistically impossible for him to garner such number of votes. This is one thing that the COMELEC should look into.

tess said...

bakit 'yong sa gmanews.tv para sa local elections ay parang erroneous ang reults?