MANILA, Philippines - Vilma Santos-Recto, Herbert Bautista and Isko Moreno have taken overwhelming leads in their electoral races.
As of 12:52am, Batangas gubernatorial candidate Vilma Santos-Recto already has 621,058 votes compared to her closest rival Marcos Mandanas Sr. who has only 39,406 votes so far.
Incumbent Quezon City Mayor Herbert "Bistek" Bautista looks like he will be re-elected with 460,721 votes while his closest rival, Johnny Chang, has scraped 44,958 votes.
Lucy Torres-Gomez can already expect victory with 68,714 votes to opponent Eric Codilla's 49,796 votes.
Manila vice-mayorial candidate Isko Moreno is also comfortably leading with 319,926 votes to his opponent's 191,674 votes.
Meanwhile, Manila mayorial bet Joseph "Erap" Estrada is still leading with 279,719 votes to Alfredo Lim's 250,511 votes.
Aga Muhlach is in the same advantage with 38,528 votes.
Celebrity candidates who aren't faring as well include Christopher de Leon who is now at the bottom of the race for the Batangas, 1st District congressional seat.
Richard Gomez only comes second to Edward Codilla in the Ormoc City mayorial race. - With reports from Jodesz Gavilan/Rappler.com
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