Next month will mark three years since Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico. Nearly three thousand people were killed during and after the storm, while much of the island’s infrastructure was decimated. Although the U.S. territory is still waiting for recovery relief from the federal government, many of its residents are not. Since that devastating hurricane, some 130,000 Puerto Ricans have moved to the mainland, many settling down in Central Florida. Special contributor Joie Chen shows us why some believe these American voters could help turn Florida blue in November.



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