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BBM and Sara triumph in Zamboanga City.

Former senator and presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and his running mate, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte, defeated their opponents in this southern port city by significant margins.

Marcos led by as much as 170,683 votes versus his nearest challenger, who received 226,081 votes, according to Esnaen Catong, regional president of the Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP).

PFP’s national chairperson is Marcos, while Duterte is a member of the Lakas-CMD party. They were affiliated with UniTeam.

Vice President Maria Leonor Robredo, Marcos Jr.’s closest challenger, with 55,398 votes, while Senator Emmanuel Pacquiao came in third with 25,955.

“This is the official Comelec (Commission on Elections) result,” Catong remarked during a press conference here.

In the vice-presidential election, Catong stated Duterte received 250,528 votes, outnumbering his closest challenger, Senator Francis Pangilinan, by 216,057 votes.

Pangilinan received 34,471 votes, with Senator Vicente Sotto III coming in third with 33,564.

He remarked, “This election result reflects the poll polls conducted locally.”

The elections were held in 120 polling centers with 638 voting precincts on Monday. There are 403,464 registered voters in the city.

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