Corrects alert that was attached to May 9 story to add dropped word ‘million’ to Marcos vote tally; other alerts in the series are repeated without changes
CORRECTED-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE MARCOS JR HAD 17.54 MILLION (ADDS ‘MILLION’) VOTES WITH 53.5% OF VOTES COUNTED IN UNOFFICIAL TALLY BY POLL BODY
PHILIPPINES’ PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE MARCOS JR HAS MORE THAN DOUBLE THE VOTES OF RIVAL LENI ROBREDO – POLL BODY
PHILIPPINES’ PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE MARCOS JR HAD 20 MLN VOTES WITH 61.05% OF VOTES COUNTED IN UNOFFICIAL POLL BODY TALLY
PHILIPPINES’ PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE MARCOS JR HAD 20 MLN VOTES VERSUS 9.49 MLN VOTES FOR RIVAL LENI ROBREDO – POLL BODY’S UNOFFICIAL TALLY
MANILA, May 9 (Reuters) – Ferdinand Marcos Jr on Monday retained his wide lead in the tally of votes in the Philippines presidential election with 61% of eligible ballots counted, unofficial data from the poll body showed.
Marcos had 20 million votes, more than double the 9.49 million of rival Leni Robredo, according to a live unofficial count by the poll body.
(Reporting by Neil Jerome Morales; Editing by Martin Petty)
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