PPCRV Volunteers Hold Singing Contest to Entertain Themselves While Encoding Election Returns

Singing contest among PPRCV volunteers

PPCRV – The volunteers of Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting held a singing contest to entertain themselves while manually encoding the election returns.

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PPCRV is a non-partisan, non-sectarian, non-profit organization affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines that works to ensure free, fair and fraud-free elections in the Philippines.

The organization has been the “citizens’ arm” of the Commission of Elections since 2010. It conducts the Unofficial Parallel Count of returns after the election.

To entertain themselves, PPCRV volunteers held a singing contest while manually encoding the election returns in their command center at the University of Santo Tomas.

Three contestants won and received a cash prize from an anonymous sponsor.

As of posting, at least 9,780 election returns have been encoded, or 21.73 percent of the total precincts in the Philippines.

Watcht the video below:

Meanwhile, presidential frontrunner Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. is still leading the race with 31,103,793 votes followed by Vice President Leni Robredo with Leni Robredo, Senator Manny Pacquiao with 3,629,797 votes, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno with Isko Moreno with 1,899,833 votes, Senator Ping Lacson with 882,235 votes and so on and so forth.

On the other hand, leading the vice presidential race is Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte with 31,561,295 followed by Senator Kiko Pangilinan with 9,232,850.

While for the senatorial race, the frontrunner is no less than actor Robin Padilla with 26,453,850 votes, followed by Loren Legarda with 23,992,698 votes, Raffy Tulfo with 23,166,365 votes, Win Gatchalian with 20,375,964 votes, Chiz Escudero with 20,050,348 votes and Mark Villar with 19,210,215.

Also clinching the Magic 12 is Alan Peter Cayetano with 19,079,542 votes, Migz Zubiri with 18,582,757 votes, Joel Villanueva with 18,300,926 votes, JV Ejercito with 15,688,942 votes, Risa Hontiveros with 15,273,558 and last but not the least Jinggoy Estrada with 14,966,847 votes.

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