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The Week That Was
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Elections 2012: Eighty Undecided Voters Are on Stage in Tuesday’s Debate
President Barack Obama spent the weekend in Williamsburg , Virginia, preparing for Tuesday’s Town Hall style debate with Republican challenger Mitt Romney...
Elections 2012: Arizona is New Swing State; American Indians, Latinos Will Decide Outcome
Arizona is a state that most polls and pundits long ago wrote off. The thinking was simply – it’s a Republican state. It was Barry Goldwater’s home and Democrats rarely win...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
It’s our roundup of all the big news coming out of Indian country; this week saw an unprecedented dialogue with the Republican candidate for President and observance of Columbus Da...
Marty Two Bulls, 'Mitt Has an Axe to Grind'
Elections 2012: A Bunch of Malarkey, the Debate Joe Biden Wanted
It was the debate Vice President Joe Biden wanted. He had fun. He pounced when Republican challenger Paul Ryan tossed out numbers that could not be backed up...
Elections 2012: Wordles, Words, and Who’s Watching?
Do you see what the politicians said? What do their words look like? It turns out that’s easily done with a graphic representation in a wordle (also called a word clouds)...
Elections 2012: Counting Jobs, Counting Birds and Counting Voters
Have you heard the one about the cooked job numbers?...
Mitt Romney Answers Questions From Indian Country Today Media Network in Exclusive Exchange
Not willing to cede the American Indian vote in what promises to be a close presidential election this November, Republican candidate Mitt Romney agreed to discuss with Indian Coun...
Elections 2012: Vice Presidential Debate – Is the United States Doing Enough for Native Americans?
It’s too bad that Al Jazeera’s host of The Stream , Lisa Fletcher, is not moderating the vice presidential debate...
Elections 2012: Time’s Running Out to Register, Coal Fights, and Unpopular Cities
Today is the last day to register to vote in 17 states and NativeVote.org is on the case. In Arizona, for example, registration forms must be postmarked by midnight tonight...
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