2022 Philippine Election Results – National Level

2022 philippine election results national

Philippine National Election 2022 partial and unofficial Results for presidential, vice-presidential, and senatorial candidates.

Results sourced from Comelec transparency server via CNN Philippines.

PRESIDENTIAL

# CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
7 MARCOS, FERDINAND JR. PARTIDO FEDERAL NG PILIPINAS 31,104,175
10 ROBREDO, LENI INDEPENDENT 14,822,051
9 PACQUIAO, MANNY PACMAN ABAG PROMDI 3,629,805
3 DOMAGOSO, ISKO MORENO AKSYON DEMOKRATIKO 1,900,010
5 LACSON, PING PARTIDO PARA SA DEMOKRATIKONG REPORMA 882,236
6 MANGONDATO, FAISAL KATIPUNAN NG KAMALAYANG KAYUMANGGI 259,576
1 ABELLA, ERNESTO INDEPENDENT 113,242
2 DE GUZMAN, LEODY PARTIDO LAKAS NG MASA 92,070
4 GONZALES, NORBERTO PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO SOSYALISTA NG PILIPINAS 89,097
8 MONTEMAYOR, JOSE JR. DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES 59,944

VICE PRESIDENTIAL

# CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
4 DUTERTE, SARA LAKAS-CMD 31,561,948
7 PANGILINAN, KIKO LIBERAL PARTY 9,232,883
9 SOTTO, VICENTE TITO NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION 8,183,184
6 ONG, DOC WILLIE AKSYON DEMOKRATIKO 1,851,498
1 ATIENZA, LITO ABAG PROMDI 267,530
5 LOPEZ, MANNY SD WORKERS AND PEASANTS PARTY (LABOR PARTY PHILIPPINES) 157,877
2 BELLO, WALDEN PARTIDO LAKAS NG MASA 99,740
8 SERAPIO, CARLOS KATIPUNAN NG KAMALAYANG KAYUMANGGI 89,920
3 DAVID, RIZALITO DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES 55,478

SENATORIAL

# CANDIDATE POLITICAL PARTY Vote Count
49 PADILLA, ROBIN PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 25,752,310
40 LEGARDA, LOREN NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION 23,482,879
59 TULFO, IDOL RAFFY INDEPENDENT 22,694,813
25 ESCUDERO, CHIZ NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION 19,981,322
30 GATCHALIAN, WIN NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION 19,970,925
14 CAYETANO, ALAN PETER INDEPENDENT 19,079,581
62 VILLAR, MARK NACIONALISTA PARTY 18,783,843
64 ZUBIRI, MIGZ INDEPENDENT 18,179,661
61 VILLANUEVA,JOEL TESDAMAN INDEPENDENT 17,958,117
22 EJERCITO, JV ESTRADA NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION 15,639,267
34 HONTIVEROS, RISA AKBAYAN CITIZENS' ACTION PARTY 14,982,780
27 ESTRADA, JINGGOY PWERSA NG MASANG PILIPINO 14,917,914
11 BINAY, JOJO UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 13,182,285
8 BAUTISTA, HERBERT BISTEK NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION 12,945,135
57 TEODORO, GIBO PEOPLE'S REFORM PARTY 12,293,662
23 ELEAZAR, GEN. GUILLERMO PARTIDO PARA SA DEMOKRATIKONG REPORMA 11,152,288
54 ROQUE, HARRY SPOX PEOPLE'S REFORM PARTY 10,777,308
33 HONASAN, GRINGO INDEPENDENT 10,270,654
21 DIOKNO, CHEL KATIPUNAN NG NAGKAKAISANG PILIPINO 9,845,736
29 GADON, LARRY KILUSANG BAGONG LIPUNAN 9,295,227
58 TRILLANES, ANTONIO IV LIBERAL PARTY 8,399,892
31 GORDON, WOW DICK BAGUMBAYAN VOLUNTEERS FOR A NEW PHILIPPINES 8,119,334
18 DE LIMA, LEILA LIBERAL PARTY 7,197,640
16 COLMENARES, NERI MAKABAYANG KOALISYON NG MAMAMAYAN 6,027,868
38 LACSON, KUYA ALEX KAPATIRAN PARTY 5,317,676
4 BAGUILAT, TEDDY LIBERAL PARTY 4,228,793
19 DEL ROSARIO, MONSOUR PARTIDO PARA SA DEMOKRATIKONG REPORMA 3,765,979
6 BALITA, CARL AKSYON DEMOKRATIKO 3,700,143
26 ESPIRITU, LUKE PARTIDO LAKAS NG MASA 3,416,110
9 BELGICA, GRECO PEDERALISMO NG DUGONG DAKILANG SAMAHAN 2,297,798
10 BELLO, SILVESTRE JR. PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 1,697,220
15 CHAVEZ, MELCHOR WORKERS AND PEASANTS PARTY 944,448
1 AFUANG, ABNER INDEPENDENT 893,333
12 CABONEGRO, ROY PARTIDO LAKAS NG MASA 874,487
2 ALBANI, IBRAHIM WORKERS AND PEASANTS PARTY 814,197
7 BARBO, LUTZ PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 743,284
13 CASTRICIONES, BRO JOHN PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 706,302
17 D'ANGELO, DAVID PARTIDO LAKAS NG MASA 686,992
5 BAILEN, AGNES INDEPENDENT 663,436
20 DIAZ, DING PARTIDO PILIPINO SA PAGBABAGO 552,728
3 ARRANZA, MANG JESS INDEPENDENT 522,983
24 EREÑO, BRO. ERNIE PARTIDO MAHARLIKA 443,812
28 FALCONE, BAL FALCON DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES 0
30 GUTOC, SAMIRA AKSYON DEMOKRATIKO 0
35 JAVELLANA, RJ INDEPENDENT 0
36 KIRAM, NUR-MAHAL INDEPENDENT 0
37 LABOG, ELMER MAKABAYANG KOALISYON NG MAMAMAYAN 0
39 LANGIT, REY PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 0
41 LIM, ARIEL INDEPENDENT 0
42 MALLILLIN, EMILY PARTIDO PEDERAL NG MAHARLIKA 0
43 MARCOLETA, RODANTE PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 0
44 MARCOS, FRANCIS LEO INDEPENDENT 0
45 MATULA, SONNY INDEPENDENT 0
46 MINDALANO-ADAM,MARIETA KATIPUNAN NG KAMALAYANG KAYUMANGGI 0
47 OLARTE, ATTY/DR. LEO BIGKIS PINOY MOVEMENT 0
48 PADILLA, DRA. MINGUITA PARTIDO PARA SA DEMOKRATIKONG REPORMA 0
50 PANELO, SAL PANALO PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 0
51 PIMENTEL, ASTRA PARTIDO DEMOKRATIKO PILIPINO LAKAS NG BAYAN 0
52 PIÑOL, MANNY NATIONALIST PEOPLE'S COALITION 0
53 RICABLANCA, WILLIE JR PARTIDO MAHARLIKA 0
55 SAHIDULLA, LADY ANNE PEDERALISMO NG DUGONG DAKILANG SAMAHAN 0
56 SISON, JOPET AKSYON DEMOKRATIKO 0
60 VALEROS, REY INDEPENDENT 0
63 ZUBIAGA, CARMEN INDEPENDENT 0

How Automatic Vote Counting Works

On May 9, there will be more than 107,000 vote-counting machines for the country’s national elections. An expected 67 million Filipinos will cast their votes using the automated election system, which provides rapid results.

The Election on Management System (EMS) is the brain behind the automation that processes and transmits key information such as geographical subdivisions, voting jurisdictions, number of registered voters, candidate details, and information of the board of election inspectors (BEI) members.



A digital image of each scanned ballot will be stored and saved on a compact flash card inside the PCOS machine; physical ballots go directly into the ballot box.

After the poll closes, the vote-counting machine scans ballots and tallies the results. 

Moreover, to transmit the results of the precinct counting, known as election returns (ER), they use modems alongside the PCOS machines and install them in canvassing centers to receive transmitted election returns.

The PCOS machines transmit the election returns to the central server, transfer them to the transparency server and forward them to the municipal board of canvassers (MBOC) afterward.




The results from the municipal board of canvassers (MBOC) will go to the provincial board of canvassers (PBOC), where the collation and transmission of results happen for submission to the national board of canvassers (NBOC), where national positions are canvassed.

The proclamation of national candidates for president, vice president, senators, and party-list representatives is made on the basis of the certificate of canvass (COC).

According to CNN, the machines have installed backup power that should last for up to 12 hours, while generators are set up in the canvassing centers.

As technology becomes increasingly efficient in counting votes, poll automation faces threats of cyberattacks. The officials have assured the public that the system is secure and are preparing to ensure an accurate count of the votes on election day. – WhatALife!

Source: (cnn.com), (manilatimes.net)


Also read: 2022 Philippine Election Results – Local Level

Jeraiza is a writer of Syntactics Inc. in Cagayan de Oro City. She writes for all sorts of topic to provide the right information and to keep the readers updated with the trends. A fan of all things classic, a typical bookworm with books gathering dust, and a fiction writer on weekends.

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