Working People's Party of Puerto Rico
|Working People's Party
Partido del Pueblo Trabajador
Working People's Party logo (2012)
|Candidate for Governor||Prof. Rafael Bernabe Riefkohl|
|Spokesperson||Pedro Muñiz García|
|Headquarters||Ave. Comerío, DD16, Río Hondo, Bayamón.|
|Ideology||Well-being of the working class of Puerto Rico|
The Partido del Pueblo Trabajador (PPT) (Working People's Party) is a Puerto Rican political party. It was founded on December 5, 2010 in the city of San Juan, Puerto Rico by a group of activists, students, teachers, professors, union workers, actors, and public and private employees. 
They worked to get the 60,000 endorsements required by the new electoral law of the Commonwealth in order to enroll with the State Elections Commission (CEE).
On June 1, 2012 the CEE accredited the PPT as an official party after getting the required number of endorsements.
- "Nace un partido del pueblo trabajador en San Juan, PR". Red Betances (in Spanish) (Puerto Rico). December 5, 2010. Retrieved June 17, 2012.
- "CEE certifica al Partido del Pueblo Trabajador". El Nuevo Dia (in Spanish) (Puerto Rico: GFR Media). June 1, 2012. Retrieved June 17, 2012.