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Elections 2012: Ready to Rumble? The Senate Versus the House
Are you ready to rumble? There is no clearer division in American politics than the policy split between the United States Senate and the House of Representatives...
Elections 2012: Fact Checking, Tweeting, and Wearing Indian Lenses During Thursday’s Debate
A lot of the polling I’ve been reporting for Indian Country Today Media Network is about who’s winning the election. This is gossip of the first order. It’s human...
Elections 2012: Counting Jobs, Counting Birds and Counting Voters
Have you heard the one about the cooked job numbers?...
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: Vice Presidents’ Footnote to Indian History – Feeding Peanuts to Pigeons and Squirrels
The office of Vice President may be worth at least a footnote in the long history of tribal, federal relations...
Elections 2012: Beyond the Ballot – Why Districts Matter to Native Americans
There is a conflict that cannot be resolved at the ballot: The geography of tribal borders versus fair, democratic elections in the American system...
Elections 2012: An Arizona Mystery – Will Native Voters Show Up?
Arizona is where American Indians could make a difference. At least on paper...
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...
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 ...
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