Senatorial and Representative Districts

Senatorial and Representative Districts

Senatorial and Representative Districts

Senatorial and Representative Districts

- Constitution of Puerto Rico

ARTICLE VIII - SENATORIAL AND REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTS

Section 1. The senatorial and representative districts shall be the following:

I. SENATORIAL DISTRICT OF SAN JUAN, which shall be composed of the following Representative Districts: 1.-- The Capital of Puerto Rico, excluding the present electoral precincts of Santurce and Río Piedras; 2.-- Electoral zones numbers 1 and 2 of the present precinct of Santurce; 3.-- Electoral zone number 3 of the present precinct of Santurce; 4.-- Electoral zone number 4 of the present precinct of Santurce; and 5.-- Wards Hato Rey, Puerto Nuevo and Caparra Heights of the Capital of Puerto Rico.

II. SENATORIAL DISTRICT OF BAYAMON, which shall be composed of the following Representative Districts: 6.-- The municipality of Bayamón; 7.-- The municipalities of Carolina and Trujillo Alto; 8.-- The present electoral precinct of Río Piedras, excluding wards Hate Rey, Puerto Nuevo and Caparra Heights of the Capital of Puerto Rico; 9.-- The municipalities of Cataño, Guaynabo and Toa Baja; and 10.-- The municipalities of Toa Alta, Corozal and Naranjito.

III. SENATORIAL DISTRICT OF ARECIBO, which shall be composed of the following Representative Districts: 11.-- The municipalities of Vega Baja, Vega Alta and Dorado; 12.-- The municipalities of Manatí and Barceloneta; 13.-- The municipalities of Ciales and Morovis; 14.-- The municipality of Arecibo; and 15.-- The municipality of Utuado.

IV. SENATORIAL DISTRICT OF AGUADILLA, which shall be composed of the following Representative Districts: 16. -The municipalities of Camuy, Hatillo and Quebradillas; 17. The municipalities of Aguadilla and Isabela; 18.--The municipalities of San Sebastián and Moca; 19.--The municipalities of Lares, Las Marías and Maricao; and 20.-- The municipalities of Añasco, Aguada and Rincón.

V. SENATORIAL DISTRICT OF MAYAGUEZ, which shall be composed of the following Representative Districts: 21.-- The municipality of Mayaguez; 22.-- The municipalities of Cabo Rojo, Hormigueros and Lajas; 23.-- The municipalities of San Germán and Sabana Grande; 24.-- The municipalities of Yauco and Guanica; and 25.-- The municipalities of Guayanilla and Peñuelas.

VI. SENATORIAL DISTRICT OF PONCE, which shall be composed of the following Representative Districts: 26.-- The first, second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth wards and the City Beach of the municipality of Ponce; 27.-- The municipality of Ponce, except for the first, second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth wards and the City Beach; 28.-- The municipalities of Adjuntas and Jayuya; 29.-- The municipalities of Juana Díaz, Santa Isabel and Villalba; and 30.--The municipalities of Coamo and Orocovis.

VII. SENATORIAL DISTRICT OF GUAYAMA, Which shall be composed of the following Representative Districts: 31.-- The municipalities of Aibonito, Barranquitas and Comerio; 32.-- The municipalities of Cayey and Cidra; 33.-- The municipalities of Caguas and Aguas Buenas; 34.-- The municipalities of Guayama and Salinas; and 35.-- The municipalities of Patillas, Maunabo and Arroyo.

VIII. SENATORIAL DISTRICT OF HUMACAO, which shall be composed of the following Representative Districts: 36.-- The municipalities of Humacao and Yabucoa; 37.-- The municipalities of Juncos, Guarabo and San Lorenzo; 38.-- The municipalities of Naguabo, Ceiba and Las Piedras; 39.-- The municipalities of Fajardo and Vieques and the Island of Culebra; and 40.-- The municipalities of Río Grande, and Loíza and Luquillo.

Section 2. Electoral zones numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 included in three representative districts within the senatorial district of San Juan are those presently existing for purposes of electoral organization in the second precinct of San Juan.


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