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Election Morning 2014 in an Alaska Native Village
This morning, as the sun rises behind dramatic snowy mountains and glistens on the water of Togiak Bay, voters from an Alaska Native town of about 1,000 are heading for the polls...
Making Voting Friendly, the Alaska Native Way
Beaming with pleasure, Arline Franklin addressed an October 31 village council meeting in Manokotak, in southwestern Alaska...
Why Should Rural Alaskans Vote for Senator Begich and Walker/Mallott?
The Alaska Federation of Natives recently endorsed Senator Mark Begich and the Bill Walker/Byron Mallott ticket for Governor at its annual convention...
Alaska Senate Race Is a Test of Policy (Not Character)
I have to confess: I hate most political advertising. There is this idea in American politics that the best way to win is to knock the other person down...
Children in the Crosshairs: Alaska Native Grandmother Fights ICWA Ruling
Editor’s note: Jackie Shafer, Assistant Attorney General for Alaska, has contacted ICTMN with rebuttals to several points in the story and “errors and omissions” in the account...
Going Door-to-Door in Rural Alaska in Search of Voters
November 4 is one week away, and it’s a day when the Republican Party is hoping to gain control of the Senate...
Election: The Message From Alaska Natives, ‘It’s Our Time’
When you think about elections, sometimes it’s important to forget about winning and losing. There will always be a candidate who wins. And some folks will fall short...
Alaska May Have the World’s Largest Voting Booth
The Alaska Federation of Natives was formed in October 1966. The first gathering was a three-day meeting of 400 people representing 17 Native organizations...
Reading The Polls This Election Year ... So They Make Sense
Sometimes the practice of journalism drives me crazy...
On a Roll: Alaska Native Voters Win Another Civil-Rights Battle
A federal court in Anchorage has sided with Alaska Natives who demanded that Alaska provide language assistance to non-English-proficient voters...
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