|Formed||December 20, 1977|
|Headquarters||San Juan, Puerto Rico|
The Puerto Rico State Commission on Elections — Spanish: Comisión Estatal de Elecciones de Puerto Rico (CEEPR or CEE-PUR)— is the government agency of the executive branch of the government of Puerto Rico that oversees and manages elections in Puerto Rico as well as guaranteeing the right to vote to its citizens.   The agency was created on December 20, 1977 by Act No. 4 of 1997. 
- CQ Press (4 November 2013). Federal Regulatory Directory: The Essential Guide to the History, Organization, and Impact of U.S. Federal Regulation. CQ Press. pp. 392–. ISBN 978-1-4522-9018-8.
- United States of America Congressional Record. Government Printing Office. pp. 6856–. GGKEY:YZ94H4P95ZC.
- Act No. 4 of 1977 (PDF) (in Spanish). Puerto Rico.
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