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Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states

Rev. and Puerto Rican community organization director Roberto Luis Lugo poses at his desk on Friday, Aug. 12, 2016, in Philadelphia. With Puerto Rico's economy in shambles, many are fleeing to the mainland U.S., potentially shifting demographics in some of the country's most critical battleground states. (AP Photo/Dake Kang)PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Residents of Puerto Rico can’t vote in presidential elections. But with the island’s economy in shambles, many are fleeing to the U.S. mainland, potentially shifting demographic norms in some of the most closely contested states.

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