Puerto Rico Senatorial district I

Map of Puerto Rico, highlighting Senatorial District I

Puerto Rico Senatorial District I, also known as the Senatorial District of San Juan, is one of the eight senatorial districts of Puerto Rico. It is currently represented by Miguel Romero and Henry Neumann (both from the New Progressive Party).

District profileEdit

The Senatorial District I covers all of the capital city of San Juan, as well as Aguas Buenas, and some regions of Guaynabo. It has an approximate population of 462,035.[1]

In previous distributions, the territory covered by the Senatorial District I has changed. Originally, the District only covered the capital city of San Juan. In the 1983 redistribution, the San Juan sector of Sabana Llana was assigned to the District of Carolina, but was reassigned to San Juan again in 1991.[2]

In the 2002 redistribution, some regions of Guaynabo were assigned to the district,[3] and in the most recent redistribution (2011), the municipality of Aguas Buenas was also assigned to the district.

Election resultsEdit

2016Edit

Puerto Rican general election, 2016[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
New Progressive Party (PNP) Henry Neumann 82,541 25.0
New Progressive Party (PNP) Miguel Romero 80,844 24.5
Popular Democratic Party (PPD) Ramón Luis Nieves 66,544 20.2
Popular Democratic Party (PPD) Ada Álvarez Conde 66,368 20.1
Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) Edda I. López Serrano 10,681 3.2
Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) Ángel L. (Luigi) Alicea Montañez 10,519 3.2
Worker's People Party of Puerto Rico (PPT) Maritza Stanchich 6,823 2.1
Worker's People Party of Puerto Rico (PPT) María Gisela Rosado Almedina 5,771 1.7
Total votes 330,091 100

2012Edit

Puerto Rican general election, 2012[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Popular Democratic Party (PPD) José Nadal Power 98,225 24.69
Popular Democratic Party (PPD) Ramón Luis Nieves 96,378 24.22
New Progressive Party (PNP) Zoé Laboy 90,102 22.64
New Progressive Party (PNP) Liza Fernández 88,633 22.27
Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) Héctor J. González Pereira 7,530 1.89 +0.35
Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) Angel Alicea Montañez 6,969 1.75
Worker's People Party of Puerto Rico (PPT) José "Pepe" Córdova 3,646 0.92
Movimiento Unión Soberanista (MUS) Isabel Borrás Marín 3,310 0.83
Puerto Ricans for Puerto Rico Party (PPR) Fred Guillont Juarbe 877 0.22
Total votes 397,907 100

2008Edit

Puerto Rican general election, 2008[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
New Progressive Party (PNP) Roberto Arango 99,652 24.89% +0.67
New Progressive Party (PNP) Kimmey Raschke 98,897 24.71
Popular Democratic Party (PPD) José Ortíz 88,781 22.18
Popular Democratic Party (PPD) Pedro Juan Figueroa 86,252 21.55
Puerto Ricans for Puerto Rico Party (PPR) Moisés Tollinchi Padilla 6,672 1.67
Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) Jorge Fernández Porto 6,205 1.55 -1.39
Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) Héctor J. González Pereira 6,156 1.54
Puerto Ricans for Puerto Rico Party (PPR) Orlando Nieves Rubio 5,650 1.41
Total votes 400,302 100.0

2004Edit

Puerto Rican general election, 2004[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
New Progressive Party (PNP) Roberto Arango 101,576 24.22%
New Progressive Party (PNP) Carlos Díaz 100,657 24.00
Popular Democratic Party (PPD) Margarita Ostolaza 96,373 22.98 -0.52
Popular Democratic Party (PPD) José Ortiz Dalliot 93,673 22.34 -0.56
Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) Jessica Martínez Birriel 12,966 3.09
Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) Jorge Fernández Porto 12,315 2.94
Total votes 419,370 100.0

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Distritos Senatoriales 2011 Archived 2012-04-26 at the Wayback Machine on RedistribucionElectoral2010
  2. ^ Distribución de Distritos Senatoriales: Redistribuciones de 1983 y 1991 on ElectionsPuertoRico
  3. ^ Distribución de Distritos Senatoriales y Representativos 2002 on ElectionsPuertoRico
  4. ^ "Elecciones en Puerto Rico: Consulta de Resultados Legislativos - Senadores por el Distrito 01 - San Juan". Elecciones Puerto Rico. 2016-11-09. Retrieved 2017-02-25.
  5. ^ "Senadores por Distrito, Resultados Distrito Senatorial San Juan I". State Elections Commission of Puerto Rico. 2012-11-09. Archived from the original on 2012-11-11. Retrieved 2012-11-11.
  6. ^ "Senadores por Distrito, Resultados Distrito Senatorial San Juan I". State Elections Commission of Puerto Rico. 2009-02-06. Retrieved 2011-12-04.
  7. ^ "Senadores por Distrito, Resultados Distrito Senatorial San Juan I". State Elections Commission of Puerto Rico. Retrieved 2011-12-10.

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