Baltasar Corrada del Rio

Baltasar Corrada del Río is a former politician from Puerto Rico. He held various high political offices in the island, including President of the Puerto Rico Civil Rights Commission, Resident Commissioner , Mayor of the capital city of San Juan , Puerto Rico's 15th Secretary of State and Associate Justice to the Supreme Court . He was also the unsuccessful NPP candidate for Governor in the elections of 1988. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Baltasar Corrada del Rio has six videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1979 House Proceeding as a Congressional Delegate for the U.S. House of Representatives. The year with the most videos was 1984 with three videos.

Appearances by Title:c. January 21, 1988 - Present Chairman, Subcommittee on Tourism, San Juan, Puerto Rico Videos: 1 c. July 8, 1985 - Present Mayor Videos: 1


Congressional Delegate, R-PR January 3, 1977 - January 3, 1985 Videos: 3

Recent Appearances

  • Urban Economic Policy

    Urban Economic Policy

    The U.S. Conference of Mayors Urban Economic Policy Committee heard testimony from staff members of both the House and the Senate…

  • Hosting the Mayors Conference

    Hosting the Mayors Conference

    Mayor Corrada del Rio talked about hosting the 1986 Conference of Mayors meeting and what it means to San Juan, Puerto Rico.

  • House Session

    House Session

    The House met and considered a resolution expressing the sense of congress that early projections of elections results by…

  • House Session

    House Session

    Members debated legislation pertaining to organ transplants. Note: This is an incomplete program.

  • Organ Transplants

    Organ Transplants

    Members debated legislation pertaining to organ transplants.

  • House Session

    House Session

    This was a portion of the original C-SPAN telecast of House proceedings on March 19, 1979.

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