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Getting Out the Alaska Native Vote—One Voter at a Time
“There’s an excitement about voting this year...
Who Called the Sheriff? Pine Ridge Voter Turnout Plummets, Then Rebounds
“Voters walking into the polling place would see the sheriff there and veer off,” said Donna Semans, the Rosebud Sioux field coordinator for Four Directions voting-rights group...
Making Sure Every Native Voter Has the Opportunity to Cast Their Ballot
Less than a week to go until Election Day. It’s one thing to make the case that every American Indian and Alaska Native should vote...
Minnesota Pushing Equality by Adding Four Satellite Election Offices
Four additional Minnesota counties have agreed to provide satellite election offices on Indian reservations in the state, according to Bret Healy, consultant with Four Directions v...
Montana Dodges Voting-Rights Lawsuit, Implements Satellite Services
Montana Secretary of State and chief elections officer Linda McCulloch has implemented technology that allows Glacier County to expand satellite election services on the Blackfeet ...
Ballot Power: The Revolution in How Alaska Natives Vote
A perfectly timed combination of negotiation and grassroots organizing has allowed numerous Native villages across Alaska to become absentee in-person voting locations for federal ...
The Toilet Paper Defense: The Story of William Paul and Charlie Jones
William L. Paul Sr., the pioneering Tlingit civil rights leader, was born on May 7, 1885. His landmark legal assault on the U.S...
Elephants, Donkeys, Billionaires—and Another Stunning Native Vote Win
UPDATED February 28, 2014: On February 26, South Dakota approved use of its federal Help America Vote Act funds for satellite early-voting and registration offices in three Indian-...
7 Questions on Native Voting Rights for ACLU's Laughlin McDonald
Last month, Laughlin McDonald, director emeritus of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Voting Rights Project, filed his 14th Native civil-rights lawsuit...
South Dakota Working Hard to Make It Harder For Natives to Vote
At the South Dakota Board of Elections July 31 meeting, secretary of state and top elections official Jason Gant declared that he would write to the U.S...
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