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2020 Puerto Rico Senate election

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2020 Puerto Rico Senate elections

← 2016 November 3, 2020 2024 →

All 27 seats in the Senate of Puerto Rico
14 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party Third party
 
Leader Eduardo Bhatia Thomas Rivera Schatz Ana Irma Rivera Lassén
Party Popular Democratic New Progressive Citizen's Victory Movement
Leader since January 3, 2017 January 3, 2017
Seats before 4[a] 21 0
Seats after 13 9 2
Seat change Increase 9 Decrease 12 Increase 2
Popular vote 1,158,166 1,198,707 445,996
Percentage 34.63% 35.85% 13.34%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Leader María de Lourdes Santiago Joanne Rodríguez-Veve Vargas Vidot
Party Puerto Rican Independence Project Dignity Independent
Leader since January 2, 2017
Seats before 1 0 1
Seats after 1 1 1
Seat change Steady Increase 1 Steady
Popular vote 330,301 143,692 67,151
Percentage 9.88% 4.30% 2.01%

PR Senate Elections 2020.svg
Election results:
     New Progressive gain
     Popular Democratic hold      New Progressive hold
     MVC gain      Project Dignity gain
     PIP hold      Independent hold

President of the Senate before election

Thomas Rivera Schatz
New Progressive

Elected President of the Senate

José Dalmau Santiago
Popular Democratic

The 2020 Puerto Rico Senate election was held on November 3, 2020, to elect the members of the 27th Senate of Puerto Rico, concurrently with the election of the Governor, the Resident Commissioner, the House of Representatives, and the mayors of the 78 municipalities. The winners will be elected to a four-year term from January 3, 2021, to January 3, 2025.

The New Progressive Party lost their 2/3 majority, but the Popular democratic Party failed to pass the 14 seat threshold, and did not acquired the 1/2 majority. The Puerto Rican Independence Party and Independent senator Vargas Vidot retained their seats, while the Citizen's Victory Movement and Project Dignity gained 2 and 1 seat respectively.

Summary

There are 88 candidates running for senator:

  • 1 candidate is independent, 1 of which is incumbent.

Senate Composition

26th Senate of Puerto Rico (2017-2021)

PNP1 PNP2 PNP3 PNP4 PNP5 PNP6 PNP7 PNP8 PNP9
PNP10 PNP11 PNP12 PNP13 PNP14 PNP15 PNP16 PNP17 PNP18
PNP19 PNP20 PNP21 PPD1 PPD2 PPD3 PPD4 PPD5[a] PPD6[a]
PPD7[a] PIP1 IND1

27th Senate of Puerto Rico (2021-2025)

PPD1 PPD2 PPD3 PPD4 PPD5 PPD6 PPD7 PPD8 PPD9
PPD10 PPD11 PPD12 PPD13 PNP1 PNP2 PNP3 PNP4 PNP5
PPD6 PPD7 PPD8 PPD9 MVC1 MVC2 PIP1 PD1 IND1

Results

Summary

e • d 
27th Senate of Puerto Rico.svg
Parties District At-large Total seats Composition ±%
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Popular Democratic Party (PPD) 797,203 36.50% 11 360,963 31.10% 2 13
13 / 27
Increase9
New Progressive Party (PNP) 814,941 37.32% 5 383,766 33.07% 4 9
9 / 27
Decrease12
Citizen's Victory Movement (MVC) 315,931 14.46% 0 130,065 11.20% 2 2
2 / 27
Increase2
Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) 198,093 9.07% 0 132,208 11.31% 1 1
1 / 27
Steady1
Project Dignity (PD) 57,465 2.63% 0 86,227 7.43% 1 1
1 / 27
Increase1
Independents 0 0% 0 67,151 5.79% 1 1
1 / 27
Steady1
Total 2,183,633 100.0 16 1,160,380 100.0 11 27

Senator At-Large

2020 At-Large Senate Election[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Puerto Rican Independence María de Lourdes Santiago 132,208 11.39% N/A
Project Dignity Joanne Rodríguez-Veve 86,227 7.43% N/A
New Progressive Thomas Rivera Schatz (incumbent) 76,514 6.59% Decrease3.74
New Progressive William Villafañe 76,261 6.57% N/A
Popular Democratic Juan Zaragoza Gómez 69,194 5.95% N/A
Popular Democratic José Dalmau Santiago (incumbent) 67,941 5.86% N/A
Independent José Vargas Vidot (incumbent) 67,151 5.79% Decrease4.97
Citizen's Victory Movement Ana Irma Rivera Lassén 67,139 5.79% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Rafael Bernabe Riefkohl 62,926 5.42% N/A
New Progressive Gregorio Matías (incumbent) 61,565 5.31% N/A
New Progressive Keren Riquelme 59,029 5.09% N/A
Popular Democratic Aníbal José Torres (incumbent) 58,463 5.04% Decrease0.57
Popular Democratic Brenda López de Arrarás 57,607 4.96% N/A
New Progressive Itzamar Peña Ramírez (incumbent) 56,278 4.85% Decrease2.33
Popular Democratic Ada Álvarez Conde 55,677 4.80% N/A
New Progressive Carlos Rodríguez Mateo (incumbent) 54,119 4.66% N/A
Popular Democratic Luis Vega Ramos 52,181 4.50% N/A
Turnout 1,160,380 52.32% Decrease2.93

Every party has a seat in the senate, making it the first time since 2004 that all parties are represented. María de Lourdes placed 1st for the second time (1st being 2012) and won a third non-consecutive term; Joanne Rodríguez came in 2nd place, while Senate President Thomas Rivera Schatz came in 3rd place, losing 3.74% of the vote relative to his last performance.

Senator by District

[2]

I San Juan

2020 Puerto Rico San Juan District Election[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
New Progressive Henry Neumann (incumbent) 52,492 19.81% Decrease5.20
New Progressive Nitza Morán 44,063 16.63% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Rosa Seguí Cordero 35,739 13.49% N/A
Popular Democratic Jesús Manuel Laboy 34,639 13.07% N/A
Popular Democratic Claribel Martínez Marmolejos 33,651 12.57% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Marilú Guzmán 31,651 11.94% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Adriana Guitiérrez Colón 18,091 6.83% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Andrés González Berdecia 15,037 5.67% N/A
Turnout 265,025 53.28% Decrease1.13

II Bayamon

2020 Bayamon District Election[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
New Progressive Carmelo Rios (incumbent) 52,108 20.69% Decrease7.69
New Progressive Migdalia Padilla Alvelo (incumbent) 50,009 19.86% Decrease7.83
Popular Democratic Magdiel Colon 32,978 13.10% N/A
Popular Democratic Carlos Roberto Hyland 32,239 12.80% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Myrna Conty 26,712 10.61% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Ruthie Arroyo 23,108 9.18% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Hugo Rodríguez Díaz 17,520 6.96% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Yelitza Lucena Quiles 17,136 6.81 N/A
Turnout 251,810 51.70% Decrease2.75

III Arecibo

2020 Arecibo District Election[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Popular Democratic Elizabeth Rosa Vélez 55,592 19.09% Decrease1.21
Popular Democratic Rubén Soto Rivera 55,051 18.91% Decrease1.41
New Progressive Ángel Martínez (incumbent) 54,824 18.83% Decrease8.55
New Progressive José Pérez Rosa (incumbent) 54,744 18.80% Decrease8.58
Citizen's Victory Movement Yamira Colón Rosa 19,649 6.74% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Annette Jiménez Collet 17,041 5.85% N/A
Project Dignity Arnaldo López Rosado 15,881 5.45% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Luis Romero Nieves 11,042 3.79% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Roberto Rivera Olivencia 7,357 2.53% N/A
Turnout 291,181 52.72% Decrease3.71

IV Mayagüez-Aguadilla

2020 Mayagüez-Aguadilla District Election[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Popular Democratic Ada Garciá Montes 60,068 21.07% N/A
Popular Democratic Migdalia González 59,204 20.77% N/A
New Progressive Marcos Gonzalez 54,332 19.06% N/A
New Progressive Luis Daniel Muñiz (incumbent) 54,111 18.98 Decrease6.13
Citizen's Victory Movement Marisol Vega 17,743 6.22% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Luis Ferren 16,664 5.50% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Luis Casiano Rodríguez 12,556 4.40% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Juan Mari Pesquera 11,375 3.99% Increase0.65
Turnout 285,053 53.32% Decrease3.84

V Ponce

2020 Ponce District Election[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Popular Democratic Marially González 56,846 20.07% N/A
Popular Democratic Ramón Ruiz 51,465 18.17% Decrease4.43
New Progressive Luis Berdiel (incumbent) 50,091 17.68% Decrease7.68
New Progressive Nelson Cruz (incumbent) 48,224 17.03% Decrease7.66
Project Dignity Elaine Arrufat Berastain 16,217 5.73% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Daniel Ortíz Lugo 14,626 5.16% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Maikel González 14,562 5.14% N/A
Project Dignity Luis Yordár Frau 11,976 4.23% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Ángel Comas Nazario 10,060 3.55% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence José Ortiz Lugo 9,181 3.24% N/A
Turnout 283,248 51.23% Decrease2.98

VI Guayama

2020 Guayama District Election[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Popular Democratic Gretchen Hau 69,386 23.63% N/A
Popular Democratic Albert Torres Berrios 67,419 22.96% N/A
New Progressive Alex Roque (incumbent) 57,943 19.73% Decrease4.92
New Progressive Wanda Cruz 57,300 19.51% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Tomas Flores Torres 18,866 6.42% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Victor Alvarado Guzmán 13,240 4.51% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Justo Echevarriá Figueroa 9,485 3.23% N/A
Turnout 293,639 54.62% Decrease3.22

VII Humacao

2020 Humacao District Election[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Popular Democratic Rosamar Trujillo Plumey 53,583 19.72% N/A
Popular Democratic Hill Román Abreu 51,572 18.98% N/A
New Progressive Wanda Soto 50,933 18.74% N/A
New Progressive Miguel Laureano (incumbent) 50,683 18.75 Decrease4.75
Citizen's Victory Movement Mayra Vicil Bernier 22,254 8.19% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Xander Torres 16,990 6.25% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Edda López Serrano 14,652 5.39% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Juan Lebrón López 11,052 4.07% N/A
Turnout 271,719 52.59% Decrease2.62

VIII Carolina

2020 Carolina District Election[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Popular Democratic Javier Aponte Dalmau 43,473 17.97% N/A
New Progressive Marissa Jiménez 42,740 17.66% N/A
Popular Democratic Christian Rodríguez 40,375 16.69% N/A
New Progressive Nayda Venegas Brown (incumbent) 40,344 16.67% Decrease7.54
Citizen's Victory Movement Alice Pérez Fernandez 21,952 9.07% N/A
Citizen's Victory Movement Reginald Smith Pizarro 19,374 8.01% N/A
Project Dignity Janise Santiago Ramos 13,391 5.53% N/A
Puerto Rican Independence Marisol Quiñones Algarín 11,136 4.60% Increase1.48
Puerto Rican Independence Wanda Alemán Alemán 9,173 3.79% N/A
Turnout 241,958 48.80% Decrease3.09

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d The numbers of legislators in this senate increased from 27 to 30, because the New Progressive Party (PNP) won 21 of the 27 seats in contention, surpassing the two-thirds limit (18 seats). This automatically triggered Article Three of the Constitution of Puerto Rico which mandates that in such case new seats must be open for minority legislators. These new seats account for the number of seats the majority party surpassed (3 seats in this election).

References

  1. ^ "At-Large Result". elecciones2020.ceepur.org. Retrieved November 14, 2020.
  2. ^ "Senate District Map". elecciones2020.ceepur.org. Retrieved November 14, 2020.
  3. ^ "San Juan I District Result". elecciones2020.ceepur.org. Retrieved November 14, 2020.
  4. ^ "Bayamon II District Result". elecciones2020.ceepur.org. Retrieved November 14, 2020.
  5. ^ "Arecibo III District Result". elecciones2020.ceepur.org. Retrieved November 14, 2020.
  6. ^ "Mayagüez-Aguadilla IV District Result". elecciones2020.ceepur.org. Retrieved November 14, 2020.
  7. ^ "Ponce V District Result". elecciones2020.ceepur.org. Retrieved November 14, 2020.
  8. ^ "Guayama VI District Result". elecciones2020.ceepur.org. Retrieved November 14, 2020.
  9. ^ "Humacao VII District Result". elecciones2020.ceepur.org. Retrieved November 14, 2020.
  10. ^ "Carolina VIII District Result". elecciones2020.ceepur.org. Retrieved November 14, 2020.
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