|Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico|
|Residence||San Juan, Puerto Rico|
|Term length||Four years, renewable|
|Inaugural holder||Federico Degetau|
|Formation||January 2, 1900|
The Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico (Spanish: Comisionado Residente de Puerto Rico) is a non-voting member of the United States House of Representatives elected by the voters of Puerto Rico every four years, the only member of the House of Representatives who serves a four-year term. Commissioners function in every respect as a member of Congress, including sponsoring legislation and serving on congressional committees, where they can vote on legislation, except that they are denied a vote on the final disposition of legislation on the House floor. They enjoy a salary of $174,000 per year.
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