Ako Bicol leads party-list race; 2 new groups in top 10
MANILA, Philippines – Party-list group Ako Bicol is currently leading the 2016 party-list election, based on partial and unofficial results from the Comelec's transparency server as of 12:57 pm Wednesday, May 11.
With 95.47% of precincts reporting, Ako Bicol has received 1,633,326 votes or 5.2% of the total party-list votes. It is followed by Gabriela, with 1,335,661 or 4.3%.
Ako Bicol also topped the 2010 party-list polls. In 2013, Ako Bikol ranked 7th, while Gabriela placed 9th.
In the top 10 are 2 new groups, One Patriotic Coalition of Marginalized Nationals (1Pacman) and Kabalikat ng Mamamayan (Kabayan).
1Pacman is currently in 3rd place, with 1,283,680 votes (4.1%). Its first nominee is Michael Odylon “Mikee” Romero, chairman of GlobalPort 900 and team owner of Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) team GlobalPort Batang Pier. (READ: 2016 party-list nominees: Taking a 'shortcut' to Congress?)
Meanwhile, Kabayan ranks 6th, with 805,809 votes (2.6%). Its first nominee is high-profile lawyer Harry Roque, who transitions from lawyering to enacting legislation.
Rounding up the top 10 are reelectionist groups ACT Teachers, Senior Citizens, Agri-Agra na Reporma para sa Magsasaka ng Pilipinas Movement (Agri), Buhay, and Abono, along with returning group Puwersa ng Bayaning Atleta (PBA).
The Senior Citizens partylist won in the 2013 elections, but its nominees have yet to enter the House of Representatives due to pending resolution of their case before the courts.
A total of 59 seats for the partylist are up for grabs in the 17th Congress (2016-19). (READ: PH party list: Making it more representative)
(as of May 11, 12:57 pm)
|Party List||First 3 Nominees|
|1||16 Ako Bicol||1. Rodel M. Batocabe
2. Alfredo A. Garbin, Jr.
3. Christopher S. Co
|2||36 Gabriela||1. Emerenciana A. De Jesus
2. Arlene D. Brosas
3. Bai Ali I. Mallen
|3||25 1Pacman||1. Michael Odylon L. Romero
2. Enrico A. Pineda
3. Nicolas C. Enciso VIII
|4||31 ACT Teachers||1. Antonio L. Tinio
2. Francisca L. Castro
3. Raymond D. Basilio
|5||69 Senior Citizens||(1st set) 1. Plutarco E. Vasquez
2. Amado M. Calderon
3. Jaime L. Cruz
(2nd set) 1. Remedios D. Arquiza
2. Lucas F. Pasiliao
3. Ramon S. Orosa
|6||30 Kabayan||1. Harry L. Roque
2. Ron P. Salo
3. Ciriaco S. Calalang
|7||1 Agri||1. Delphine G. Lee
2. Orestes T. Salon
3. Susana G. Reyes
|8||110 Buhay||1. Mariano Michael M. Velarde, Jr.
2. Jose L. Atienza, Jr.
3. Melquiades A. Robles
|9||89 PBA||1. Mark Aeron H. Sambar
2. Jericho Jonas B. Nograles
3. Allen Gayle A. Geronimo
|10||62 Abono||1. Conrado M. Estrella III
2. Vini Nola A. Ortega
3. Ronald Allan Q. So
|11||21 COOP-Natcco||1. Anthony M. Bravo
2. Sabiniano S. Canama
3. Emmanuel L. Solis, Jr.
|12||63 AMIN||1. Sitti Djalia T. Hataman
2. Makmod D. Mending, Jr.
3. Roelito A. Gawilan
|13||8 AGAP||1. Rico B. Geron
2. Kathleen C. Briones
3. Victorino Michael I. Lescano
|14||14 Akbayan||1. Tomasito S. Villarin
2. Ibarra M. Gutierrez III
3. Angelina L. Katoh
|15||81 Bayan Muna||1. Carlos Isagani T. Zarate
2. Teodoro A. Casiño
3. Hope V. Hervilla
|16||78 An Waray||1. Victoria G. Noel
2. Raoul C. Creencia
3. Patrick G. Aguilos
|17||72 Cibac||(1st set) 1. Sherwin N. Tugna
2. Armi Jane R. Borje
3 Calvin Ryan O. Coherco
(2nd set) 1. Bibiano C. Rivera, Jr.
2. Augustine M. Vestil, Jr.
3. Jho Barry S. Miranda
|18||60 AAMBIS-OWA||1. Sharon S. Garin
2. Apolinario P. Arnaiz, Jr.
3. Felix L. Flores
|19||58 Kalinga||1. Abigail Faye C. Ferriol-Pascual
2. Irene Gay F. Saulog
3. Uzziel F. Caponpon
|20||51 A Teacher, Inc.||1. Julieta R. Cortuna
2. Nenita V. Habulan
3. Elizabeth L. Saldivar
|21||6 Diwa||1. Emmeline Aglipay-Villar
2. Pepito M. Pico
3. Leopoldo A. Blanco, Jr.
|22||40 LPGMA||1. Arnel U. Ty
2. Miguel L. Ponce, Jr.
3. Miguelito P. Bernal, Jr.
|23||57 TUCP||(1st set) 1. Roland C. De la Cruz
2. Ernesto C. Herrera II
3. Arturo A. Basea
(2nd set) 1. Raymond Democrito C. Mendoza
2. Loreto V. Cabaya, Jr.
3. Michael Democrito C. Mendoza
|24||5 Abang Lingkod||1. Joseph Stephen S. Paduano
2. Manuel M. Iway
3. Jeffrey M. Hidalgo
|25||34 YACAP||1. Benhur B. Lopez, Jr.
2. Alberto L. Tañga
3. Virgelio R. Castillo, Jr.
|26||44 Alona||1. Ted S. Lazaro
2. Ma. Brenda K. Dimayuga
3. Ricky A. Juab
|27||102 1-Sagip||1. Rodante D. Marcoleta
2. Erlinda M. Santiago
3. Lloyd S. Quejada
|28||93 Butil||1. Cecilia Leonila V. Chavez
2. Isidoro C. Santos
3. Wilfredo A. Antimano
|29||52 Anakpawis||1. Ariel B. Casilao
2. Rafael V. Mariano
3. Randall B. Echanis
|30||88 ACTS-OFW||1. Harry L. Roque
2. Ron P. Salo
3. Ciriaco S. Calalang
Senior Citizens, Cibac, and TUCP submitted two sets of nominees to the Comelec. This is mainly due to infighting between factions in these groups.
The number of seats for each winning party-list group in the House of Representatives will be computed using a formula prescribed by the Supreme Court in Banat vs Comelec.
Partylists that obtained at least 2% of the vote are guaranteed one seat in Congress. Additional seats will be given to these groups based on the percentage of votes they obtained.
Finally, one seat will be given to each group that received less than 2% of the vote until all 59 seats have been filled up. – Rappler.com
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