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Can I vote in the election if I'm a resident of Puerto Rico or another U.S. territory?

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The U.S. Constitution grants voting privileges in the general election to the states and the District of Columbia only, not to U.S. territories. Residents of Puerto Rico and other territories (American Somoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam) can vote in presidential primaries but not the general election.

Source: Factcheck.org

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