The 2003 New Progressive Party primaries were the primary elections by which voters of the New Progressive Party (PNP) chose its nominees for various political offices of Puerto Rico, namely the position of Governor, for the 2004 general elections. Former Governor Pedro Rosselló was selected as the nominee at the primary elections held on November 9, 2003. He would go on to narrowly lose the 2004 general election against Aníbal Acevedo Vilá, from the Popular Democratic Party (PPD).
The New Progressive Party held primaries on all 8 of the senatorial districts.
The New Progressive Party held primaries on 33 of the 40 representative districts.
The primaries were held on November 9, 2003. In it, Pedro Rosselló comfortably defeated Carlos Pesquera to win the spot for Governor at the 2004 elections. Also, Luis Fortuño defeated Carlos Romero Barceló, Charlie Rodríguez and Miriam Ramírez de Ferrer to win the spot for Resident Commissioner.
|Carlos Romero Barceló||151,898||25.66%|
|Miriam Ramírez de Ferrer||25,075||4.24%|
|Jorge de Castro Font||384,113||13.47%|
|José Garriga Picó||174,361||6.11|
|José Enrique Meléndez||141,018||4.94%|
|Jesús Soto Amadeo||107,173||3.76%|
|Luis Felipe Navas||85,272||2.99%|
|Iris Miriam Ruíz||305,146||10.99%|
|Luis David Valentín||147,772||5.32%|
|Harold Jim Rivera||66,270||2.39%|