Revilla moves up to 11th spot, Binay hangs on to 12th in partial, official tally

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, May 18) — The official Senatorial elections tally closely followed the partial, unofficial results.

As of 8:00 p.m. Sunday, actor-turned-lawmaker Ramon Bong Revilla climbed higher in the ranks, now at 11th place with 13,873,309 votes, based on the canvassing made by the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) sitting as the National Board of Canvassers (NBOC) of 158 out of 167 Certificates of Canvass (COCs).

Nancy Binay held on to the 12th spot with 13,784,692 votes.

Falling under the 'magic 12', JV Ejercito swapped places with Bam Aquino at the 13th spot with 13,677,424 votes.

Aquino trailed behind Ejercito with approximately less than 2,000 lvotes.

Incumbent senators Cynthia Villar and Grace Poe maintained their leads, with 24,199,174 and 21,183,332 votes respectively.

The race continued to be dominated by allies of President Rodrigo Duterte, as Bong Go, Pia Cayetano, Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa, Sonny Angara, Imee Marcos, Francis Tolentino and Koko Pimentel remain in the top 12. Duterte also supported the candidacy of Villar.

Here are the top 15 senators in the partial, official count of the NBOC as of Saturday night:

1. Cynthia Villar 24,199,174

2. Grace Poe 21,183,332

3. Bong Go 19,568,909

4. Pia Cayetano 18,999,378

5. Bato Dela Rosa 18,045,456

6. Sonny Angara 17,442,174

7. Lito Lapid 16,252,252

8. Imee Marcos 15,079,596

9. Francis Tolentino 14,741,637

10. Koko Pimentel 13,948,863

11. Bong Revilla 13,873,309

12. Nancy Binay 13,784,692

13. JV Ejercito 13,677,424

14. Bam Aquino 13,675,820

15. Jinggoy Estrada 10,824,531

The Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) is also conducting an unofficial tally as the accredited citizen's arm of the COMELEC.

Here are the top 15 senators in the partial, unofficial tally of the PPCRV as of 8:28 p.m.

1. Cynthia Villar - 25,003,479

2. Grace Poe - 21,836,835

3. Bong Go - 20,327,792

4. Pia Cayetano - 19,546,236

5. Bato Dela Rosa - 18,685,022

6. Sonny Angara - 17,969,831

7. Lito Lapid - 16,809,902

8. Imee Marcos - 15,664,533

9. Francis Tolentino - 15,276,066

10. Bong Revilla - 14,467,366

11. Koko Pimentel - 14,462,481

12. Nancy Binay - 14,393,136

13. JV Ejercito - 14,164,217

14. Bam Aquino - 14,039,398

15. Jinggoy Estrada - 11,253,028

The COMELEC had postponed the scheduled proclamation of winners in the Senatorial and party-list elections on Sunday to a later, unspecified date.

READ: COMELEC not yet ready to proclaim new Senators, party-list representatives