Presumptive president Ferdinand Marcos Jr. captures 90.2% of the vote in Taiwan
MANILA, Philippines – Several Philippine posts in several nations have begun posting the outcomes of their abroad elections, with dictator’s son and presumptive president Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and his working mate, presumptive vp Sara Duterte claiming landslide victories.
In Singapore, Marcos gained the election with 36,806 votes, whereas Vice President Leni Robredo got here second with 12,283.
The Philippine embassy stated it recorded a record-high turnout of 52,908 Filipinos who forged their votes out of the 84,877 registered voters.
“I am delighted with the performance of the Philippine Embassy in Singapore for its overseas voting performance this year,” stated Philippine Ambassador to Singapore Joseph del Mar Yap. “The 62.33% voter turnout is the highest that the Embassy has ever recorded since overseas voting began in 2004.”
In Taiwan, Marcos additionally gained the election with 23,906 votes out of the 26,492 who voted – translating to 90.2% of voters for Marcos.
Robredo was a distant second with 1,873. For the vice presidential race, Duterte additionally gained by a landslide with 24,093 votes. Robredo’s working mate Senator Kiko Pangilinan obtained 1,218 votes.
In Northeast United States, or the states beneath the jurisdiction of the Philippine consulate in New York, Robredo and Pangilinan emerged the winners. Robredo and Pangilinan garnered 7,750 and 6,761 votes respectively.
Marcos obtained 5,796, and Duterte got here near Pangilinan with 6,110. Their high senatorial candidate was Senator Risa Hontiveros, who obtained 7,463 votes.
The Philippine Times, a Filipino newspaper in Australia, reported that Robredo and Pangilinan gained within the areas beneath the jurisdiction of the Philippine consulates in Melbourne and Sydney. In each posts mixed, Robredo gained 3,604 votes, whereas Pangilinan gained 3,213.
In these areas, Marcos gained 2,775 votes, whereas Duterte was a hairline away from Pangilinan with 3,084, the newspaper reported.
Data from the Commission on Elections’ transparency server says 61.51% of abroad precincts have reported to the Comelec as of May 12, 9:34 pm. – Rappler.com