Common Themes from the Commonwealth, 2022 Update: Puerto Rico’s growing role in Florida politics

In 2017, Florida overtook New York as the U.S. state with the largest Puerto Rican population. This milestone illustrated just how much political influence the Puerto Rican diaspora had come to exercise. Puerto Rico itself has no vote for president. But more than a million of those who identify it [...]

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Statehood for Puerto Rico versus the District of Columbia

By Ryan Ellis March 4, 2021 Democrats have made no secret of their intent to pack the U.S. Supreme Court, water down the protections of small states in the Senate and effectively demolish the Electoral College. All of these things are Overton window shifts in our constitutional order. One necessary but not [...]

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Common Themes from the Commonwealth: Puerto Rico’s growing role in Florida politics

By: David Freddoso CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL PDF Introduction In 2017, Florida overtook New York to become the state with the largest Puerto Rican population in America. This milestone serves to illustrate just how much political influence the Puerto Rican diaspora has come to exercise, even though Puerto [...]

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