Obviously the subject matter is the island of Puerto Rico. Here are some facts:
The coquí is Puerto Rico's official mascot. Here is a photo of one:
un estado libre asociado is the form of government of American territories. Puerto Rico is one and therefore has a vote in a presidential election:
San Juan is the capital of Puerto Rico.
I would beg to disagree on one point.
Puerto Ricans (and Guam and the US Virgin Islands) have some delegate votes at party presidential nominating conventions, but they are not entitled to vote in United States presidential elections. Puerto Rico has no electoral college votes. Puerto Ricans must be US citizens to vote for president. Dual citizenship may be possible, but they would need to reside in the US to vote.