Félix Santoni

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Felix Santoni
Member of the Puerto Rico Senate
from the Aguadilla district
In office
1917–1920
Personal details
Political party Union of Puerto Rico
Profession Politician

Felix Santoni was a Puerto Rican politician and senator.

In 1917, Santoni was elected as a member of the first Puerto Rican Senate established by the Jones-Shafroth Act. He represented the District II (Bayamón).[1]

In 1919, Santoni opposed voted against a bill to allow women voting. He claimed that "the time was not right for that reform".[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Elecciones 1917 on Pomarrosa
  2. ^ Clark, Truman; Puerto Rico and the United States, 1917-1933, p. 187