Commish. Félix Dávila

Former Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico’s At-Large District, Unionist

Dávila, a Unionist, was the resident commissioner from Puerto Rico from 1931 to 1933.

Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States. Because it is not a state, it has no senators or representatives in Congress. Instead it sends a delegate to the House of Representatives, called the resident commissioner, with essentially no voting privileges. Delegates have a marginal role in Congress and their constituents are not represented in Congress in the same manner as most citizens.

He was previously the resident commissioner from Puerto Rico (1927-1931); the resident commissioner from Puerto Rico (1925-1927); the resident commissioner from Puerto Rico (1923-1925); and the resident commissioner from Puerto Rico (1917-1923).

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