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Puerto Rico Elected Officials

Puerto Rico Current Partisan Composition
State Representatives(51)
(16)(34)(1)
State Senators(27)
(7)(21)(2)
US Representatives(1)
(1)
US Senators(0)
State Executives
Governor
Lt. Governor
Att. General
Sec. Of State
State Executives
Governor Ricardo  Rosselló
Luis Gerardo Rivera Marín
Wanda Vàzquez Garced
Hon. Luis Rivera Marin

State Legislature

    Puerto Rico U.S. Senators

    Puerto Rico U.S. House Representatives
    Congressional Districts : At large ,
    Republican(1)
    Congressional District : At largeRepublican
    Representative Representative Gonzalez-Colon, Jenniffer

    Representative Gonzalez-Colon, Jenniffer
    Year of Birth: 1976

    a Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico; born in San Juan, P.R.,August 5, 1976; B.A., Universidad de Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, P.R.; J.D.,Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico, Aibonito, P.R.; L.L.M., UniversidadInteramericana de Puerto Rico, Aibonito, P.R.; chair, Puerto Rico RepublicanParty; president, Puerto Rico Republican Party, 2004-2016; vice-president, NewProgressive Party, 2008-2016; member of the Puerto Rico house ofrepresentatives, 2002-2016; speaker, 2009-2012; minority leader, 2012-2016;elected as a New Progressive to the One Hundred Fifteenth Congress to afour-year term in 2017 (January 3, 2017-present).

    Website: https://www.congress.gov/member/jenniffer-gonzalez-colon/G000582
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    When's The Next Election?

    UPCOMING DATES
    June 11, 2017
    Puerto Rico : the Plebiscite to be held in Puerto Rico on June 11 to decide whetherPR should become the 51st state of the Union or if it will follow the road toindependence and/or free association.
    November 6, 2018
    Puerto Rico : General election Day

    Poll Hours: 8:00 AM-3:00 PM

    The polling places shall remain open until three (3:00) o'clock in the afternoon, and will be closed at that time. Voting, however, will continue uninterruptedly until all the electors who have their number in line to vote, or are inside the polling place at the time it is closed, have voted.
    It shall be the duty of every employer of a continuous operation firm in operation on the day a referendum, plebiscite or election is held, to take positive action to establish shifts that will allow the employees to go to the polls between eight (8:00) o'clock in the morning and three (3:00) o'clock in the afternoon.

    Am I eligible To Vote in Puerto Rico?

    Most States require citizens to be registered in order to vote. Make sure you understand the voter registration requirements of your State of residence. Check if you are eligible to vote in Puerto Rico

    If My Address Has Changed Do I Need To Re-register To Vote?

    When you register to vote, your voter registration is linked to your residential address. When registered voters move, they are supposed to update their registration records with election officials before voting Check if you need to re-register to vote

    Can I Register At The Polls On Election Day?

    NO: Puerto Rico does not provide Same Day Voter Registration. You must register to vote by the voter registration deadline in order to vote in an election. If you miss the voter registration deadline for an election you should contact your local election office.