Regardless of how you play the cards, U.S. Territories aren't political pawns in the chess match between Democrats and Republicans- they're people, and a whole damned lot of them. So, while these territories don't have the economic autonomy of states, they do have a huge number of U.S. citizens and nationals within their borders. So, the proposal? In the House, Puerto Rico gets four representatives, at least if we're being proportional to the number of representatives in states with similar populations, while the other four territories get a single representative, considering that none of them have populations that are higher than Montana (the most populated state with a single representative). As for presidential elections, it should be much the same- Puerto Rico gets divided into electoral districts proportional to the number of people living in them (four, maybe five), while the other four get a single electoral district. This way, the territories get similar representation to the states, and Puerto Ricans and Samoans don't have to go through the trouble of moving to Florida and California, so that they can vote.