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Complete, official results of 2019 senatorial elections

MANILA, Philippines – The Commission on Elections (Comelec), sitting as the National Board of Canvassers (NBOC), released the complete and official results of the 2019 senatorial elections on Wednesday, May 22.

The NBOC finished canvassing all 167 certificates of canvass (COCs) over a week after the May 13 elections.

Here is the final list of the 12 elected senators and their corresponding votes, according to the Senatorial Summary Statement of Votes obtained by reporters early Wednesday morning:

Even before the canvassing was completed, some senatorial candidates had already conceded defeat, based on the partial, unofficial results which were earlier transmitted and made public.

The tallies below show how the canvassing progressed from May 14 to 20, prior to the final list on May 21. Rappler listed candidates in the 1st to 20th spots.

Based on 165 out of 167 COCs, accounting for 99.13% of registered voters - Monday, May 20

Based on 162 out of 167 COCs, accounting for 97.35% of registered voters - Sunday, May 19

Based on 158 out of 167 COCs, accounting for 94.39% of registered voters - Saturday, May 18

Based on 147 out of 167 COCs, accounting for 91.80% of registered voters - Friday, May 17

Based on 129 out of 167 COCs, accounting for 74.97% of registered voters - Thursday, May 16

Based on 89 out of 167 COCs, accounting for 40.60% of registered voters - Wednesday, May 15

Based on 34 out of 167 COCs, accounting for 16.05% of registered voters - Tuesday, May 14

– Rappler.com