Pennsylvanians Displaced By Hurricane Maria Share Thoughts On Presidential Election
Three years ago, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico causing havoc on the island and leaving nearly 3,000 people dead. Following the storm, hundreds of thousands of people started their lives over in the mainland U.S., more in Pennsylvania than any state outside Florida.
For the America Amplified project, Alanna Elder spoke with Pennsylvanians displaced by Maria who will now vote in the presidential election.
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