Results: Stars running for office in 2016 elections

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Results: Stars running for office in 2016 elections
Alma Moreno, Vilma Santos, Richard Gomez, and more – find out how the stars running for office are faring in the 2016 elections

Photos by Alecs Ongcal/Manman Dejeto/Rob Reyes/Facebook/Mayor Herbert Bautista

MANILA, Philippines – As much as they are fixtures on television and the silver screen, entertainment figures have always been a part of election season. Not only do they help build public perception by endorsing candidates, some of them have become politicians themselves. (READ: Celebrities running, supporting candidates in the 2016 national elections)

The 2016 elections were held on Monday, May 9, and about 74% of elections results had been transmitted as of 10:48 pm. 

Below are Rappler’s live results for the stars who are running in this year’s elections. Keep refreshing this page for the latest results. (READ: #PHVote 2016 Live Results)

Alma Moreno, Edu Manzano, Isko Moreno, Rey Langit, Tito Sotto, Mark Lapid, Ralph Recto, running for senator

See how all the senatorial candidates, including the stars who ran, fared below:


Joseph Estrada, running for Manila mayor


Herbert Bautista, running for Quezon City mayor


Alfred Vargas, running for representative, 5th district, Quezon City


Roderick Paulate, running for councilor, 2nd district


Daniel Fernando and Philip Salvador in Bulacan, running for vice governor


Richard Gomez, running for mayor, Ormoc 


Lucy Torres-Gomez, running for representative, Ormoc 


Jhong Hilario, running for councilor, 1st district of Makati


Monsour del Rosario, running for representative, 1st district, Makati


Dan Fernandez, running for Mayor, Santa Rosa City


Yul Servo (John Marvin Nieto) running for representative, 3rd district Manila



Vilma Santos, running for representative, 6th district of Batangas


Daisy Reyes, running for Mayor, Pateros


Jolo Revilla, running for vice governor, Cavite


Lance Raymundo (Reggie Ramon Raymundo), running for councilor, 2nd district of San Juan City

Jeremy Marquez, running for vice mayor, Parañaque City

Vandolf, running for councilor, 1st District of Parañaque City


Matt Mendoza, running for councilor, lone district, Puerto Princesa City

Charee Pineda, running for councilor, 2nd District, Parañaque City

Ronnie Ricketts, running for representative, lone district, Muntinlupa City


Roberto Ortega Jr, running for councilor, 5th District, Manila


Anjo Yllana (Andres Jose Yllana Jr), running for councilor, 5th District, Quezon City


Jomari Yllana (John Ryan Yllana), running for Councilor, 2nd District, Parañaque City



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