Sen. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III and Makati City Mayor Jejomar Binay have maintained their lead in the latest tally released by the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV).

Aquino kept a wide margin of 4,978,460 over his closest rival, former president Joseph Ejercito Estrada, who has refused to concede to the senator.

Sen. Manuel “Mar” Roxas II, meanwhile, remained closely behind Binay. Binay has a 792,497 lead over the senator.

Nacionalista Party’s Manuel “Manny” Villar Jr. was the first presidential candidate to concede to Aquino. He was followed by John Carlos de los Reyes, Sen. Richard Gordon and Gilbert Teodoro.

Results of the latest PPCRV tally as of 12:44 p.m.:

FOR PRESIDENT (based on PPCRV tally as of 12:44 p.m., May 12)

Benigno Aquino III 13,600,181
Joseph Estrada 8,621,721
Manuel Villar Jr. 4,923,514
Gilbert Teodoro Jr.: 3,626,146
Eduardo Villanueva 1,011,326
Richard Gordon 462,158
Nicanor Perlas 48,352
Jamby Madrigal 41,542
JC de los Reyes 39,543

FOR VICE-PRESIDENT (based on PPCRV tally as of 12:44 p.m., May 12)

Jejomar Binay 13,274,470
Manuel Roxas 12,481,973
Loren Legarda 3,730,471
Bayani Fernando 926,530
Edu Manzano 696,584
Perfecto Yasay 326,712
Jay Sonza 56,900
Dominador Chipeco 46,774

FOR SENATOR (based on PPCRV tally as of 12:44 p.m., May 12)

BONG REVILLA, RAMON, JR. B. 17,515,217
ESTRADA, JINGGOY E 17,121,391
DEFENSOR-SANTIAGO, MIRIAM P. 15,676,767
DRILON, FRANKLIN M 14,375,759
ENRILE, JUAN P 14,163,176
CAYETANO, PILAR JULIANA S. 12,409,124
MARCOS, FERDINAND, JR. R 11,937,215
RECTO, RALPH G. 11,214,692
SOTTO, VICENTE III C. 10,757,802
OSMEñA, SERGIO III D 10,548,139
LAPID, MANUEL M. 9,873,512
GUINGONA, TEOFISTO III D. 9,333,344
HONTIVEROS-BARAQUEL, ANA THERESIA H. 8,299,129
BIAZON, ROZZANO RUFINO B. 7,835,685
DE VENECIA, JOSE III P. 7,563,303

Partial proclamation

Commission on Elections (Comelec) Commissioner Lucenito Tagle said the poll body can already make a partial proclamation for senators.

Tagle said they can already proclaim the first 10 leading senatorial candidates in the Comelec’s partial count as of 4 p.m. Tuesday.

He, however, said they have decided to wait for all the PCOS machines’ transmittal before making the proclamation, which he said, may happen Thursday or Friday.

Tagle said the 4 p.m. Tuesday tally of the Comelec came from at least 87% of all the PCOS machines for the country’s first-ever nationwide automated elections. With a report from Francis Faulve, ABS-CBN News

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