COMMONWEALTHS
& TERRITORIES
0 Electoral Votes
Puerto Rico 
Commonwealth.  San Juan, the capital is Puerto Rico's largest city.
Governor: Pedro Rossello (D)
U.S. House: Resident Commissioner Carlos Romero-Barcelo (D) (non-voting delegate)
Comision estatal de Elecciones
Democratic: Primary on March 26, 2000.  Puerto Rico sends 59 delegates (1.4% of total 4,334) to the Democratic National Convention.
Republican: Presidential preference primary on February 27, 2000.  Puerto Rico sends 14 delegates (0.7% of total 2,066) to the Republican National Convention.
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
Governor: Sila María Calderon (Popular Democratic Party) elected, defeating Carlos Pesquera (New Progressive Party).
U.S. House: Anibal Acevedo-Vila elected Resident Commissioner.

 

American Virgin Islands
Three main islands: St. Croix, St. Thomas, St. John.
Governor: Charles Wesley Turnbull
U.S. House: At-large delegate Donna Christian-Christensen (D) (non-voting)
Democratic: Caucus on April 1, 2000.  American Virgin Islands receives 3 at-large delegate votes at the Democratic National Convention.
Republican: Caucus/convention on February 26, 2000.  American Virgin Islands sends 4 delegates (0.2% of total 2,066) to the Republican National Convention.

Guam
"non self-governing territory" Official Guam Site
Governor: Carl T.C. Gutierrez
U.S. House: At-large delegate Robert Underwood (D) (non-voting)
Democratic: Caucus/convention on May 6, 2000.  Guam receives 3 at-large delegate votes at the Democratic National Convention.
Republican: Caucus/convention on February 26, 2000.  Guam sends 4 delegates (0.2% of total 2,066) to the Republican National Convention.

American Samoa
Governor: Tauese Sunia
U.S. House: At-large delegate Eni F.H. Faleomavaega (D) (non-voting)
Democratic: Caucus/convention on March 7, 2000.  American Samoa receives 3 at-large delegate votes at the Democratic National Convention.
Republican: Caucus/executive committee selection on February 26, 2000.  American Samoa sends 4 delegates (0.2% of total 2,066) to the Republican National Convention.

Democrats Abroad
Caucus March 10-14, 2000.  Democrats Abroad receive 6 at-large and one pledged party and elected official delegate votes to the Democratic National Convention.
 

 

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
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