PHVOTE 2013

  • LATEST NEWS
  • Comelec orders recanvass of...- Published on 04/24/2014 at 7:53 PM

2013 Election Results: Partylist

These pages show PARTIAL, UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS for the 2013 Philippine National & Local Elections electronically sourced from the Comelec's Transparency Server via the the Rappler Mirror Server.

From May 13 to 18, 2013, these pages were updated real time as new results were received by the electoral platform from almost 80,000 counting machines nationwide.

Click on the menu to view results and transmission status per area. Navigate through the Precinct Results Finder to view granular results at precinct level.

Other relevant links below:

Unfortunately, only 76 % of clustered precincts were able to transmit data through this system. Rappler's PCOS transmission status map shows areas where less than 50 % of machines were able to successfully transmit results.

- Rappler.com

Powered by PLDT Fibr

2013

PARTY LIST of PHILIPPINES

As of 2013-May-18 10:06 PM

Party Name Votes
BUHAY 1,056,676
A TEACHER 831,234
BAYAN MUNA 784,032
1-CARE 731,215
AKBAYAN 680,146
AKB 619,422
GABRIELA 597,957
OFW FAMILY 593,472
ABONO 584,087
SENIOR CITIZENS 552,701
COOP-NATCCO 507,340
AGAP 492,094
CIBAC 484,822
MAGDALO 451,482
AN WARAY 407,441
BUTIL 370,026
ACT TEACHERS 361,134
ABAMIN 353,429
TUCP 308,764
KALINGA 300,598
YACAP 298,115
ACT-CIS 296,542
ANGKLA 296,318
ABS 292,906
LPGMA 282,458
AGRI 279,512
KABATAAN 275,271
DIWA 274,865
ALAY BUHAY 271,851
ANAKPAWIS 260,967
1-SAGIP 239,917
AAMBIS-OWA 234,455
AVE 218,926
ABANG LINGKOD 218,142
AMIN 216,331
ATING KOOP 209,787
ABAKADA 207,184
ANG NARS 202,748
1-BAP 198,840
APPEND 193,784
AMA 193,710
AGBIAG! 184,001
ATING GURO 170,862
ANAD 170,653
PBA 163,982
BH 162,239
ANAC-IP 161,762
ANG KASANGGA 160,699
AANGAT TAYO 157,875
BINHI 154,074
PISTON 144,688
ADA 133,428
1-AALALAY 128,978
ABANTE RETIREES 127,641
BAYANI 126,532
VFP 123,796
ABROAD 122,789
ALE 121,526
1JAMG 116,618
KAKUSA 113,048
APEC 111,487
ALIF 109,453
PASANG MASDA 108,671
ANG PROLIFE 107,502
AGHAM 105,440
1 ANG PAMILYA 104,569
KATRIBU 103,438
PACYAW 101,806
AKMA-PTM 100,002
1-UTAK 99,679
AKAP BATA INC. 96,261
1-PABAHAY 93,946
1-LAMBAT 91,498
BANTAY 88,857
ABANTE KA 85,818
ANG LADLAD 85,173
FIRM 24-K 84,211
COCOFED 80,381
ABA 78,425
1ST KABAGIS 74,684
AANI 73,376
PWD 72,814
SANLAKAS 71,975
ATONG PAGLAUM 71,533
1 BRO-PGBI 67,610
AKO 63,952
ARAL 61,603
ATM 59,521
KAAKBAY 54,424
AASENSO 52,705
ANG MINERO 50,237
AMA 47,890
KAP 47,192
1GANAP/GUARDIANS 44,850
SMART 44,318
ALIM 44,065
ADAM 42,433
AKO BAHAY 42,216
1-AAMOVER 39,727
ABP 37,761
AA-KASOSYO 37,698
ALYANSA NG OFW 36,841
UMALAB KA 36,793
ARC 35,256
ADING 34,493
AMOR SEAMAN 33,245
A BLESSED 33,189
AAMA 32,935
UNI-MAD 31,744
ARARO 31,456
MIGRANTE 29,971
MTM PHILS 29,788
AWAT MINDANAO 28,047
GREEN FORCE 25,409
AGILA 22,378
AMS 22,024
ALAGAD 20,574
A-IPRA 19,262
AFPSEGCO 19,036
KLBP 18,340
1-ABILIDAD 14,443
ALLUMAD 6,396
AG 3,194

Transmission Status

Location ERs received Completion status
ARMM 1091 33%
CAR 1139 50%
Region 1 3533 63%
Region 2 2185 56%
Region 3 6585 65%
Region 4A 7693 57%
Region 4B 1759 56%
Region 9 1846 45%
NCR 6805 64%
Region 5 3875 66%
Region 6 5294 69%
Region 7 4831 70%
Region 8 3806 62%
Region 10 2601 57%
Region 11 2688 54%
Region 12 2060 57%
CARAGA 1886 71%
OAV 0 0%

*COMPLETION STATUS compares the total registered voters for each election return (ER) received against total number of voters for the area

Rappler Specials
A trove of trivia on Senate bets
A trove of trivia on Senate bets
MAP: The poorest provinces in PH
MAP: The poorest provinces in PH
#VoteWatch: Help us monitor violence, vote buying
#VoteWatch: Help us monitor violence, vote buying
#PCOSdelivery status
List of Candidates for the 2013 Philippine Elections
Who will you vote for senator on May 13?
Trouble brewing in Bgy Bel-Air?

Trouble brewing in Bgy Bel-Air?

More Stories

Comelec orders recanvass of votes in Baybay City

Comelec orders recanvass of votes in Baybay City

More Stories

Pacquiao consolidating in GenSan for political return?

Pacquiao consolidating in GenSan for political return?

More Stories