ACT-CIS still on top of PL race; 4PS, Ang Probinsyano inch closer

Published May 15, 2022, 5:00 PM

by Martin Sadongdong

Anti-Crime and Terrorism Community Involvement and Support Partylist (ACT-CIS) still garnered the highest number of votes in the partial and official results of the canvassing for the partylist race of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Sunday, May 15.

(Courtesy of Comelec / MANILA BULLETIN)

(Courtesy of Comelec / MANILA BULLETIN)

(Courtesy of Comelec / MANILA BULLETIN)

(Courtesy of Comelec / MANILA BULLETIN)

(Courtesy of Comelec / MANILA BULLETIN)

(Courtesy of Comelec / MANILA BULLETIN)

(Courtesy of Comelec / MANILA BULLETIN)

ACT CIS collected 2,065,408 votes or 5.2870 percent of the total 54,174,142 cast votes from 149 certificates of canvass that were canvassed by the Comelec en banc.

1-RIDER Partylist secured the second spot with 988,435 votes (2.7886 percent) while Tingog Partylist had 871,237 votes in third place (2.4580).

4PS Partylist (Pagtibayin at Palaguin ang Pangkabuhayang Pilipino) and Ang Probinsyano both improved their rankings, seizing the fourth and seventh spot, respectively.

4PS obtained 822,347 votes (2.3200 percent) while Ang Probinsyano had 697,070 votes (1.9666 percent).

Ako Bicol Partylist dropped from fourth to fifth spot with 812,620 votes (2.2926 percent), followed by SAGIP Partylist with 769,485 votes (2.1709 percent) in sixth place.

Uswag Ilonggo likewise dropped from seventh to eight spot with 687,481 votes (1.9395 percent).

Rounding up the top 10 were Tutok to Win with 669,218 votes (1.8880 percent) and CIBAC with 628,078 votes (1.7720 percent).

Partylists with at least two percent of the total cast votes are assured of at least one seat in the House of Representatives. A maximum of three seats are allowed for each winning partylist.

 
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