Sara Duterte leads vice-presidential race in #Halalan2022

Job Manahan, ABS-CBN News

Posted at May 09 2022 08:58 PM | Updated as of May 10 2022 06:16 AM

Vice presidential candidate Sara Duterte at the UniTeam miting de avance on Aseana Avenue in Parañaque on Saturday. Fernando G. Sepe Jr., ABS-CBN News
Vice presidential candidate Sara Duterte at the UniTeam miting de avance on Aseana Avenue in Parañaque on Saturday. Fernando G. Sepe Jr., ABS-CBN News

MANILA (5th UPDATE)— Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio of the UniTeam tandem is leading the vice-presidential race by at least 21 million votes, based on partial and unofficial election results from Comelec data early Tuesday. 

As of 5:17 a.m., Duterte-Carpio, daughter of President Rodrigo Duterte, had 30,502,186 votes, leading 9 candidates for the country's no. 2 position.

The figures reflected 94.81 percent of the Commission on Elections' (Comelec) election returns. 

The Philippines has at least 65 million voters registered for this year's polls. 

Tally

Liberal Party's Senator Kiko Pangilinan was second in the race with 8,965,420 votes, followed by Senate President Vicente "Tito" Sotto III of the Nationalist People's Coalition (NPC) with 8,007,462 votes.

Sotto was followed by Aksyon Demokratiko's Dr. Willie Ong and PROMDI's Lito Atienza with 1,801,784 and 256,215 votes respectively. 

Workers and Peasants Party's Manny Lopez was sixth in the VP race with 149,624 votes, followed by Partido Lakas ng Masa's Walden Bello with 95,625, and Katipunan ng Kamalayang Kayumanggi's Carlos Serapio with 85,890 votes.

Democratic Party of the Philippines' Rizalito David was so far last with 53,137 votes, according to the latest tally. 

Meanwhile, Duterte-Carpio's running-mate Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr. was leading the presidential race with 30,502,186 million votes. 

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