Talk:List of Governors of Puerto Rico
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Ariel Ortega is NOT General Ricardo de Ortega y Diez
why does the Argentinian soccer player Ariel Ortega appear instead of General Ricardo de Ortega y Diez? The filename looks correct, but for some reason it is displaying the wrong picture. I'm not smart enough to fix this, but seems like someone should as this is a featured list and it is a pretty obvious error
Image copyright problem with Image:Pedroross.jpg
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Governor addition to the list?
George C. Butte per his article: "In 1925, after his gubernatorial defeat, President Calvin Coolidge named Butte attorney general of Puerto Rico. He was thereafter vice-chairman of the Puerto Rican Public Service Commission and governor of the island from 1926-1927." This statement should be checked, if not then removed from originating article, or if True, added to this list. QuAzGaA 18:00, 8 March 2011 (UTC)
Munoz Marin's national affiliation
Luis Munoz Marin was a national Democrat. The Partido Popular Democratico was created in 1938 as a counterbalance to what was then called the Partido Estado Republicano (which would eventually become the Partido Nuevo Progreista) - as you can probably guess the PER (and it's predecessor the Union Party & the Republican Union fusion with the Socialists) affiliated with the Republican Party. The party and it's members have always identified with the national Democratic Party - up until the late 1960s it WAS the Democratic Party within Puerto Rico. This is in contrast with the PNP which has both Democrats and Republicans. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 20:34, 31 December 2012 (UTC)