By Minka Klaudia Tiangco
Despite lagging behind in the overall count, the AA-Kasosyo party-list of former Malacañang communications assistant secretary Mocha Uson has ranked second among overseas voters, a partial and unofficial vote tally showed.
AA-Kasosyo garnered 14,509 overseas votes, according to the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting’s (PPCRV) partial and unofficial vote tally.
Fifty-one percent of the votes came from the Middle East and the Africas, 42 percent from the Asia Pacific, and five percent from Europe.
However, in the overall unofficial tally, Uson’s party-list only placed 72nd with 119,064 votes as of 1:01 p.m. on Friday.
The Anti-Crime and Terrorism Community Involvement and Support (ACT-CIS) party-list secured the top spot with 52,181 overseas votes.
ACT-CIS is also leading the overall polls with 2,604,146 votes according to PPCRV’s vote tally.
Following ACT-CIS and AA-Kasosyo in the overseas party-list race were the OFW Family party-list with 7,343 votes and the Duterte Youth party-list with 6,942 votes.
Next was ACTS-OFW party-list with 6,767 overseas votes.
Landing on the sixth spot is Citizens’ Battle Against Corruption party-list with 6,765 votes.
The Bayan Muna party-list got seventh place with 4,831 votes while the Magdalo party-list landed on the eighth spot with 4,084 votes.
The Sagip party-list landed on ninth place with 3,250 votes while the Magsasaka party-list got 10th spot with 2,925 votes.
About 1.8 million Filipinos overseas were expected to vote in the May 13 midterm polls.