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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...
Ten Reasons Why Every Native Should Vote
Why vote? It takes planning, some time, and the rewards are not always visible. The same problems will surround American Indians and Alaska Natives before and after the election...
Native Vote Counts More in ’14 According to the Math
So what if you had more votes than everyone else? What if your vote counted more? Would you? Well, on Tuesday the primary season ends with elections in the Northeast...
Got Tribal ID? North Dakota Natives May Not Be Able to Use Theirs to Vote
In a news conference on Thursday, July 10, North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger defended his strict reading of North Dakota voting law...
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-...
Slammin’ Judges, Gunslingers—and Stunning Native Voting-Rights Wins
Native voting-rights advocates scored three successes in three cities on one day—January 22, 2014...
A Win for Fort Peck: Judge Refuses to Dismiss Voting-Rights Suit
A United States magistrate judge has declined to dismiss a voting-rights lawsuit filed by Fort Peck Indian Reservation parents and the American Civil Liberties Union against the Wo...
Gov. Steve Bullock Talks Tribal Language & Increasing the Native Vote
Judge Rules in Favor of Oglala Voting-Rights Plaintiffs
A judge has refused to allow defendants in the recently dismissed Brooks v. Gant voting-rights lawsuit to go after the Oglala plaintiffs for court costs. Last month, U.S...
ACLU and Great Plains Chairmen Go to the Mat for Sioux Voting Rights
Two major organizations—the Great Plains Tribal Chairman’s Association and the American Civil Liberties Union—have supported a federal civil-rights complaint filed by voting-advoca...
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