Noynoy, Binay continue to lead in Comelec count

Posted at 05/11/2010 8:18 AM | Updated as of 05/11/2010 9:49 AM

MANILA, Philippines (1st UPDATE) - Sen. Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III and Makati Mayor Jejomar Binay pulled away further in the Commission on Elections (Comelec) partial tally for president and vice-president released on Tuesday morning.

As of 6:15 a.m., Aquino had a nearly 4.5 million lead over former president Joseph Estrada while Binay had more than 800,000 lead over his closest rival, Mar Roxas.

Comelec Commissioner Gregorio Larrazabal said 30,431,735 votes cast or 78.55% of total votes cast on May 10 had been transmitted by the Precinct Count Optical Scan (PCOS) machines.

The results as read by Comelec Chairman Jose Melo were:

VOTES FOR PRESIDENT (Comelec partial count as of 6:15 a.m.)
Benigno Aquino III 12,233,002

40.19 %

Joseph Estrada 7,749,597 25.46 %
Manuel Villar Jr. 4,329,215 14.22 %
Gilbert Teodoro Jr 3,243,688 10.65 %
Eddie Villanueva 916,543 3.01 %
Richard Gordon 431,954 1.41%
Nicanor Perlas 42,205 0.13 %
Jamby Madrigal 37,119 0.12 %
JC de los Reyes 34,833 0.11 %
     
VOTES FOR VICE PRESIDENT (Comelec partial count as of 6:15 a.m.)
Jejomar Binay 12,025,429 39.51%
Manuel Roxas II 11,213,563 36.84 %
Loren Legarda 3,259,963 10.71 %
Bayani Fernando 847,100 2.78 %
Edu Manzano 593,653 1.95 %
Perfecto Yasay 295,558 0.97 %
Jay Sonsa 50,722 0.16 %
Dominador Chipeco 40,335 0.13 %

Reelectionist senators Ramon Revilla and Jinggoy Estrada remained on top of the senatorial race, getting more than half of the total votes transmitted by the PCOS machines.

VOTES FOR SENATOR (Comelec partial count as of 6:15 a.m.)
Ramon Revilla Jr. 15,813,329
Jinggoy Estrada 15,567,636
Miriam Defensor Santiago 14,303,091
Franklin Drilon 13,088, 779
Juan Ponce Enrile 12,934,515
Pia Cayetano 11,331,696
Ferdinand Marcos Jr. 10,984,495
Ralph Recto 10,208,616
Vicente Sotto III 9,852,406
Sergio Osmeña III 9,547,093
Lito Lapid 8,916,136
Teofisto "TG" Guingona 8,493,334
Risa Hontiveros 7,592,116
Ruffy Biazon 7,147,461
Jose de Venecia Jr. 6,896,071
Gilbert Remulla 6,227,571
Danilo Lim 6,083,423
Sonia Roco 5,587,412
Ariel Querubin 5,441,247
Gwen Pimentel 5,108,573
Nereus Acosta 4,843,018
Alex Lacson 4,247,512
Adel Tamano 3,287,561
Liza Maza 3,169,923

 

Larrazabal said the Comelec expects all PCOS machines deployed in 17 regions and overseas to be able to transmit electronic results within the day.

"There are still precincts that still have ongoing activities. The work is definitely not done. In a short while [we expect] this will done," he said.

The breakdown of the PCOS machines' transmission as of 6:15 a.m.:

 

Regions PCOS machines deployed Transmission completed % of total PCOS deployed
ARMM 3,504 1,491 42.55
CAR 1,868 1,389 74.35
CARAGA 2,223 1,720 77.37
Ilocos 4,689 3,670 78.26
Cagayan Valley 3,195 2,721 85.16
Central Luzon 7,777 6,484 83.37
Calabarzon 9,465 7,978 84.28
Mimaropa 2,424 1,841 75.94
Bicol 4,887 3,631 74.29
Western Visayas 6,545 5,023 76.74
Central Visayas 5,697 3,962 69.54
Eastern Visayas 5,259 3,597 68.39
Zamboanga Peninsula 2,928 2,179 74.41
Northern Mindanao 3,722 2,809 75.47
Davao 3,484 2,654 76.17
Soccsksargen 2,822 2,251 79.76
NCR 7,573 6,979 92.15
OAV 130 130 100