In the senatorial election results, Tito Sotto, Richard Gomez, Cesar Montano and Victor Wood’s bids were lackluster at the polling precincts and these showbiz folks are headed for defeat.
In the local races, Mayor Vilma Santos is poised to win the gubernatorial race in Batangas province. Christopher de Leon meanwhile is in third for vice-governor of Batangas.
Gay comedian, Teri Onor, is in a landslide win for Vice-mayor of Abucay, Bataan. Herbert Bautista is also poised to win the vice-mayoralty race in Quezon City, so does Isko Moreno who is leading in the vice-mayoralty race of the country’s capital, the City of Manila, Isko Moreno run against fellow actors, Cita Astals and Robert Ortega.
Dan Fernandez is leading in the congressional race for the 1st District of Laguna, although a disqualification case is awaiting him because he allegedly does not meet the residency requirement.
Marco Sison is leading Ramil Hernandez for vice-governor of Laguna province, Marco Sison is the running-mate of Ningning Lazaro, incumbent governor of Laguna. Emilio Garcia, Leandro Baldemor and Angelica Jones reports say are also in the winning circle for Board Members of their respective districts in the province of Laguna.
Senator Lito Lapid as expected is crushed in Makati City by incumbent mayor, Jejomar Binay. While his son, Mark Lapid is leading in the race for Pampanga governor.
Bebong MuÃƒÆ’Ã†’Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â±oz, Jolina Magdangal’s fiancee, is now contemplating another career with an imminent defeat in Caloocan City’s congressional race.
Alma Moreno has a big chance of making it in Paranaque as a councilor.
Boxing champ, Manny Pacquiao is also headed for defeat in his congressional bid.