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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...
Elections 2012: Four Weeks to Go and a Nation Divided
Four weeks to go and the national polls are quite clear: Romney is winning. Or, look again, and it could be that Obama is winning...
Obama Follows Presidential Debate With Speech at University of Wisconsin at Madison
In an effort to redeem himself after what many considered a loss at last night’s debates, President Barack Obama gave a spirited speech at the University of Wisconsin at Madison to...
Elections 2012: Short Takes Following Denver Debate; What You Say, What They Say, and Why Native America Could Pick the Next Senate
There is a real problem polling American Indians and Alaska Natives because it’s so hard to get enough people to make the information statistically accurate (something I wrote abou...
Washington Insiders Talk Presidential Prospects at G2E
Gale Courey Toensing
On the eve of the first presidential debate, two Washington insiders – a Republican and a Democrat – presented their views of the race for the White House and the implications for ...
Elections 2012: Big Bird? Really? Romney Would Cripple Public Broadcasting That Serves Native America
The year was 1977. Big Bird locked himself in his room. A yellow and red sign warned all to “Keep Out!” Finally, after much pleading he let Buffy Sainte-Marie through the door...
Elections 2012: Debating Government Jobs
Politics is entirely about perception. More so when there’s a debate between two politicians. How did the candidate look? Were they aggressive? Did they call the other out?...
President Obama Answers Questions From Indian Country Today Media Network in Unprecedented Exchange
Claiming that his record shows he is more committed than his opponent in the upcoming presidential election to serving Indian country, President Barack Obama has answered questions...
Denver Presidential Debate? Romney-Obama Debate in Denver Delivers Mixed Messages to Indian Country
Denver’s Indian community may not have been 100 percent glued to the TV to watch the presidential debate, but a few who watched were willing to offer their reactions by phone, e-ma...
Elections 2012: Wrapping Up the Denver Debate – Big Bird, Budgets and Back to the States
The stark differences between the two presidential candidates, incumbent Barack Obama and former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney, popped up in nearly every segment...
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