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After a three-day joint Congress canvassing of the Presidential and Vice-Presidential votes, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Congresswoman Leni Robredo stood victorious - with both officially winning the 2016 presidential and vice-presidential polls, based on the final tally of votes.
Duterte of the PDP-Laban garnered the most number of votes at 16,601,997, way ahead Liberal Party's standard-bearer Manuel 'Mar’ Roxas’ 9,978,175 total votes in far second. Behind them were Grace Poe with 9,100,991 votes; Jejomar Binay with 5,416,140 votes; and Miriam Defensor Santiago with 1,455,532 total votes.
For the Vice Presidency, Liberal Party's Leni Robredo surfaced on top with 14,418,817 total votes, a slim lead of 263,473 votes from that of second placer, Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr., with 14,155,344 total votes.Add a comment