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In the group of 11 representatives by accumulation who were elected this Tuesday, there are new faces, as well as acquaintances who revalidated

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San Juan – The representative by accumulation for the New Progressive Party (PNP), Lourdes Ramos, advanced from place 12 to 11 in the votes with 2,101 votes, thus displacing her party partner, Emmanuel Báez Pagán, to place 12.

The 11 people who accumulate the most votes are those who will be elected to a seat

In the group of 11 representatives by accumulation who were elected this Tuesday, the day of the general elections, there are new faces, as well as acquaintances who revalidated.

These numbers are with 5,327 schools reported, out of a total of 5,567, for 95.69 percent.

In first place is Héctor Ferrer Jr., for the Popular Democratic Party (PPD), with 130,410 votes, for 11.68 percent. It is the first time he has been elected to the Chamber.

In second place is Denis Márquez Lebrón, for the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP), with 119,485 votes, for 10.70 percent. Márquez Lebrón has been a representative for four years by accumulation.

In third place is Mariana Nogales Molinelli, of the Citizen Victory Movement (MVC), with 83,929 votes, for 7.51 percent. It is the first time that she has been elected to the Chamber.

In fourth place is Lisie Janet Burgos Muñiz, from the Dignity Project (PD) with 77,431 votes, for 6.93 percent. It is the first time that she has been elected to the Chamber.

In fifth place is José (Pichy) Torres Zamora, of the New Progressive Party (PNP), with 74,474 votes, for 6.67 percent. He was a representative from June 2010 to 2013, and then from January 2017 to the present.

In sixth place is Jesús Manuel Ortiz González, from the PPD, with 65,256 votes, for 5.84 percent. Ortiz González has been a representative for four years by accumulation.

In seventh place is José Enrique (Quiquito) Meléndez Ortiz, of the PNP, with 64,445 votes, for 5.77 percent. He has been a representative since May 2011.

In eighth place is José Bernardo Márquez, of the MVC, with 63,594 votes, for 5.69 percent. It is the first time he has been elected to the Chamber.

In ninth place is José Aponte Hernández, of the PNP, with 61,381 votes, for 5.50 percent. He has been a representative since 2000.

In tenth place is Néstor Alonso, of the PNP, with 59,170 votes, for 5.30 percent. Alonso has been a representative for four years by accumulation.

In eleventh place is Lourdes Ramos, of the PNP, with 57,459 votes, for 5.14 percent. She was elected to the Chamber for the first time in March 1996, maintaining her seat until January 2001. After four years out of the Chamber, she returned in January 2005 to the present.

They are not elected

In twelfth place is Jorge Emmanuel Báez Pagán, of the PNP, with 55,358 votes, for 4.96 percent. If he maintains the advantage he has, it would be the first time he has been elected to the Chamber.

In the 13th place is Enid Monge, of the PPD, with 53,386 votes, for 4.78 percent. It is the first time that he has sought a seat in the House.

In 14th place is Keyliz Méndez Torres, of the PPD, with 53,378 votes, for 4.78 percent. It is the first time that he has sought a seat in the House.

In 15th place is Yaramary Torres, from the PPD, with 49,702 votes, for 4.45 percent. It is the first time that he has sought a seat in the House.

In 16th place is Gabriel López Arrieta, from the PPD, with 48,004 votes, for 4.30 percent. It is the first time that he has sought a seat in the House.



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