5.3 million votes from PCOS not yet transmitted
Posted by akosistella on May 12, 2010
A total of 5.3 million votes from 8,745 PCOS machines have yet to be transmitted as of 10:55 am, Wednesday, May 12.
The total amount can still affect the standings in the vice-presidential, senatorial and partylist races.
Editor’s Note: This is the equivalent number of votes for regions / provinces where the PCOS machines have yet to transmit votes as of 10:55 am, May 12, 2010. Data also includes corresponding votes for national candidates as of the time this data was extracted.
Comelec urges Congress to set earlier canvassing for president, VP race
With the canvassing of results for the senatorial and party-list races progressing smoothly, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Wednesday said that Congress should schedule the canvassing of results for the presidential and vice presidential contests earlier.
“I see nothing that prevents them from doing it earlier so they should be able to do that,” Comelec spokesman James Jimenez told reporters in a chance interview.
The Comelec, sitting as the National Board of Canvassers (NBOC), will consolidate the votes and proclaim the winners for the senatorial and party-list races.
Via GMA News.TV