How Filipinos in the U.S. and Territories Voted

Philippine Embassy personnel working on the tally of votes (Source: Twitter @philippineusa)

Philippine Embassy personnel working on the tally of votes (Source: Twitter @philippineusa)

Here are the official and final results from the Philippine Embassy in Washington D.C. Coverage area include the United States,  Cayman Islands, Haiti, Turks & Caicos, Anguila, Trinidad & Tobago, American Samoa and French Polynesia.

Breakdown of voter turnout:

New York - 2,377
San Francisco - 2,846
Los Angeles - 3,654
Chicago - 1,224
Washington, D.C.: 1,115
Honolulu (includes American Samoa and French Polynesia) - 577
Caribbean - 156

A total of 14,098 voted out of 93,229 registered voters. 

Official Results of the Philippine Overseas Absentee Voting in the U.S. - Senate Elections (Source: Philippine Embassy, Washington, D.C.)

Official Results of the Philippine Overseas Absentee Voting in the U.S. - Senate Elections (Source: Philippine Embassy, Washington, D.C.)

Top Senators:

1. Francis Escudero - 9,464
2. Alan Peter Cayetano – 9,174
3. Grace Poe – 9,029 
4. Loren Legarda – 8,696
5. Aquilino Pimentel III – 8,448
6. Paolo Benigno Aquino – 8.267
7. Juan Edgardo Angara – 7,735
8. Richard Gordon – 7,291
9. Ramon Magsaysay Jr. – 7,187
10. Risa Hontiveros – 6,983
11. Antonio Trillanes – 6,521
12. Juan Miguel Zubiri – 4,908

Top Party List Groups:

1. OFW Family Club – 1,470
2. Coalition of Associations of Senior Citizens in the Philippines – 743
3. Gabriela Women’s Party – 642
4. Citizens Battle Against Corruption – 609
5. Bayan Muna - 585

For more details, go to philippinesusa.info.