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Incumbent NCR mayors show early lead

As voters expected, incumbent mayors in Metro Manila made a strong showing just hours after the close of polling precincts on Monday – except in Manila.

As of 9:50 p.m. Monday, former President Joseph Estrada was leading over incumbent Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim in the mayoralty race in the Philippine capital.

According to the unofficial partial tally of the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV), Estrada has 163,018 votes and Lim had 150,434.

As of 10:10, Solar News also gathered the following PPCRV figures for mayoralty candidates in Metro Manila.

Quezon City

  • Incumbent Mayor Herbert Bautista - 353,387
  • Johnny Chang - 35,223
  • Henry Samonte -15,999

 

Pasay

  • Incumbent Mayor Antonio Calixto - 65,807
  • Jorge del Rosario - 15,963
  • Peewee Trinidad - 12,792
  • Rome Marcelo - 602

 

Parañaque

  • Incumbent Rep. Edwin Olivarez - 79,937
  • Incumbent Councilor Benjo Berbabe - 56,430

 

Las Piñas

  • Incumbent Mayor Vergel Agular - 27,787
  • Conrado Miranda - 741
  • Antonio Abellar Jr. - 646
  • Kiko Antonio - 380
  • Felix Sinajon - 180

 

Makati

  • Incumbent Mayor Jejomar "Jun-jun" Binay Jr. - 136,952
  • Rene Bondal - 17,519

 

Mandaluyong

  • Incumbent Mayor Benur Abalos - 50,052
  • Danny de Guzman - 23,058
  • Florencio Solomon - 273

 

Muntinlupa

  • Former Mayor Jaime Fresnedi - 44,981
  • Incumbent Mayor Aldrin San Pedro - 41,679

 

Valenzuela

  • Incumbent Rep. Rex Gatchalian - 95,880
  • Adel Gunigundo - 37,989
  • Danilo Bonifacio - 467

 

San Juan

  • Incumbent Mayor Guia Gomez - 19,588
  • Glenn Angeles - 4,153
  • Eduardo San Pascual - 1,412

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