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MANILA, Philippines - This infographic shows the tally of votes for the 2013 senatorial race as canvassed by the National Board of Canvassers (NBOC).

Hover over each candidate's picture to find out where the candidate got bulk of his or her votes. View breakdowns per canvass report in our report on the official tally.

The NBOC tallies over 300 certificates of canvass (COCs) from provinces, cities and overseas absentee voting (OAV) posts. The NBOC tally is used as basis for the proclamation of winning candidates. It is sourced from the 1st transmission of the precinct count optical scan (PCOS) machines after the close of voting hours. This transmission, which initially goes to the Municipal Board of Canvassers, is elevated to the Provincial Board of Canvassers after which it is sent to the NBOC for the national tallies.

The unofficial tally, on the other hand, is sourced from the 3rd transmission the machines make. This goes directly to the Transparency Server and is mirrored by the Rappler Mirror Server.

The figures shown below are derived from 16th NBOC canvass report which was used by the Comelec as basis to proclaim the remaining 3 winning senatorial candidates. This report covered 129 COCs, including those from 80 provinces and 25 cities nationwide.

As of the 16th canvass report, the only remaining COCs are from 175 OAV posts, which account for around 475,000 remaining registered voters. While the Comelec projected a 60% turnout for the OAV, historical turnout has always been low, with the 2010 turnout at around 25%.

The official canvass overtook the unofficial tally sourced from the Transparency Server via the Rappler Mirror Server early night of Friday, May 17, after the NBOC tallied results from all of the top 10 vote-rich provinces. -

  • Total voters who voted 39,898,992
  • Voter turnout 75.72%
  • Results as of May 18 05:37 pm