Should people in US territories such as the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico be able to vote for president and have representatives in Congress?
If they decide to become a state, absolutely. Until then, nope. They don't pay federal income taxes, so they don't get representation in our government. That being said, I do believe DC should get full representation.
They should become states first, then they can have their votes and representatives.
Relevant video: youtu.be/CesHr99ezWE
It was the inspiration for this question (also being in the Virgin Islands).
You're in the Virgin Islands? Awesome to have representation from there!
Only on vacation, so my representation is about as valid as the observers that US territories have in congress. Lol.