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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_voting_rights_in_Puerto_Rico

Background. Puerto Rico is an insular area—a United States territory that is neither a part of one of the fifty states nor a part of the District of Columbia, the nation's federal district.Insular areas, including Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Guam, are not allowed to choose electors in U.S. presidential elections or elect voting members of the U.S. Congress.

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“Can Puerto Ricans vote?” “Can Puerto Rico vote?” “Why can’t Puerto Rico vote for president?” “Why can Puerto Rico vote in US elections?” These are some of the ways that this question is phrased, and thousands of people have asked. So here’s the answer. U.S. citizens do not vote directly for our president.

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A person born in Oregon but living in Puerto Rico can’t vote in presidential elections. Puerto Rico, since it is not a State, doesn’t get a voice in the choice of U.S. President. A person born in Puerto Rico but living in Oregon can vote in presidential elections. Oregon is a State, and all States get a say in the choice of president.

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While residents of Puerto Rico cannot vote directly in U.S. presidential elections, they can and do have a say in who sits in the Oval Office. ... Why Puerto Rico Matters in the US Presidential Race U.S. Territories Can't Vote, But Still Play Important Role ... Puerto Ricans Have Full Citizenship Status With One Catch. Home.

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Is it fair that Puerto Ricans can't vote for president but native Americans living on reservations can? why is it Puerto Ricans cant vote but they are of course by birth U.S citizens as Puerto Rico is a territory but so are Indian reservations those are technically different Nations. Add your answer. Source ...

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Well, we do vote in local elections :) We even voted in the Hillary Clinton vs Barack Obama primaries and have our own delegates and super delegates. Ahh, but I think you meant to ask "Why can't Puerto Rico vote for the President of the United St...

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Puerto Rico is a Commonwealth of the U.S. Although Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens by birthright, residents of Puerto Rico pay no federal income tax, nor can they vote in presidential General ...

www.mcall.com/opinion/mc-opi-puerto-rico-vote-president...

It is high time the United States extended the right to vote in presidential elections to the U.S. citizens of Puerto Rico. Enactment of a constitutional amendment to secure this right would be a ...

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Puerto Ricans will vote for the president and vice-president of the United States beginning in 2020 under a territorial law signed Saturday. The vote will not count in deciding the winners of the elections but it could have a slight influence in determining the candidates who win Florida’s important Electoral Votes.

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Amid Historically Low Turnout, Puerto Ricans Vote for Statehood . Puerto Rican citizens wait in line to vote during the fifth referendum in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Sunday, June 11, 2017.