So, as I understand it, Puerto Ricans are American citizens, and get to do most of the things us in the 50 states get to do except vote for President. However, as American citizens, they could move to, say, Ohio, get residency and then vote, right?
It stands to reason then that people from one of the states who moves to Puerto Rico would then lose their right to vote?
I’m in Oregon, and if I move to France, I can still register absentee and vote for President, so maybe if I move to PR I could register absentee and still vote, couldn’t I? So taking this one step further, could a Puerto Rican move to the mainland, stay a while (maybe go to college or something) get the right to vote, and then move back to Puerto Rico and vote absentee? Therefore, they’d be a Puerto Rican in Puerto Rico who had all the rights of the average American citizen including the right to vote for President–or am I wrong?