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Runoff Pending for Two Southern Ute Tribal Council Seats
November 13, 2012
On November 2, the Southern Ute Tribe held a six-man race for two seats on the Southern Ute Tribal Council that ended in with no one reaching a majority of the votes, leading to a ...
Elections 2012: Look at the Numbers and Indian Country Outperformed
November 08, 2012
Indian country is the smallest demographic slice of what is America. Yet when the history of the 2012 election is written, it must be said, that Indian country outperformed...
Jefferson Keel: ‘Voting Is One of Our Greatest Sovereign Rights’
Gale Courey Toensing
October 25, 2012
The president of the National Congress of American Indians opened the organization's 69th Annual Convention and Marketplace with an urgent message to Native America to get out and ...
Elections 2012: It’s Game On for Wisconsin’s Native Voters
October 25, 2012
In Wisconsin, it’s game on. The top three “tipping point” states – at least according to The New York Times ’ number cruncher Nate Silver – are Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin...
Two Red Lake Nation Members Run For County Commissioner Position, Discuss Issues at Candidate Fair
October 28, 2012
The Red Lake Nation in Minnesota faces a first this Election Day...
Elections 2012: National Congress of American Indians Challenges ID Laws, Promotes Native Voters
October 23, 2012
The National Congress of American Indians set an ambitious goal for this election cycle: The largest Native turnout in history...
Elections 2012: Taking a Look at George McGovern, the First Barack Obama
October 18, 2012
George McGovern was Barack Obama before Obama...
Native Vote Could Sway National and Local Elections in Michigan
October 26, 2012
Environmental concerns, border control and other state and national issues are among the Election Day hot topics for Michigan’s Native population...
Elections 2012: Who Wins With Early Voting?
October 15, 2012
Does early voting really favor one candidate over another?...
Elections 2012: Eighty Undecided Voters Are on Stage in Tuesday’s Debate
October 15, 2012
President Barack Obama spent the weekend in Williamsburg , Virginia, preparing for Tuesday’s Town Hall style debate with Republican challenger Mitt Romney...
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