This victory allows us as coordinators & communities to continue to register our eligible members without providing the citizeship requirement. Thank you ITCA for supporting our voting rights. As of today I know that I will have at least one voter registration completed, we have a young adult who turned 18 years old today and I hope to complete that registration :) Let the Registration Drives continue!!!
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Undeniably, Native Voters turned out in a BIG way this year, making key differences in important races. During last week's post election webinar, the Native Vote campaign brought you preliminary results of this unprecedented turnout, as well as a special video to thank Native Vote coordinators, partners, and volunteers for their dedication and hard work.…Continue
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Resolution in Support of the
United Nations Declaration On the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
WHEREAS, The United…Continue
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My name is George Zimmer. I am running for congressman in Michigans 4th district on the UStaxpayer party ticket. WWW.USTPM.ORG UST on the ballot.
Please consider me when you vote. I can't help but notice a lot of talk about entitlements for minorities in which native americans are never mentioned. If I am elected I will see that the bureau of indian affairs is adequately funded with usefull help not just throwing money around. I am in small part of…Continue
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Voter ID laws being considered or already in place in six states could have a negative impact on Native voter participation in the 2012 election and in years to come. New analysis released today by the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), warns that Native voters in Alaska, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin, present significant barriers to Native Voter participation.…Continue
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Pow Wow the Vote in the News!
Listen to Adrian King and Matt Dannenberg getting out the vote at La du Flambeau. -Listen to the interview.
Added by Sarah LittleRedfeather Kalmanson on October 19, 2012 at 1:41pm — No Comments
Native Vote would like to extend a big congratulations to Rachael Sourjohn at the College of the Muscogee Nation for winning the Native Vote Action Week Photo Competition!
Thank you to all of the event organizers that submitted photos- and for your ongoing work to turn out…Continue
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As Native Vote Action Week comes to a close, we want to thank all of the tribal leaders,…Continue
Added by NCAI on September 28, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Leading up to November 6th Native Vote has received some really great PSAs from organizers across Indian Country. Check some of them out below- and feel free to send and share with all your friends! Thanks to everyone working to help turn out the largest Native Vote ever this year!
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I have two sisters working for the Native Vote campaign in North Dakota right now. Ms. Prairie Rose Seminole is the director of Native Vote North Dakota, and Rebecca Smith is a Native Vote Field Organizer. They are two of the hardest working ladies I know. Watching these women work for a cause they believe in is nothing short of awe-inspiring. They travel extensively, work seven days a week, attend functions seemingly everywhere and all at once, and are infallibly upbeat and excited about…Continue
Added by Twyla Baker-Demaray on September 28, 2012 at 9:40am — No Comments
Check out this great PSA from our partner Rock the Vote targeted at turning out the Youth Vote. Over ½ million Native Youth will be voting for the first time within the next four years and civicially informed youth are civically engaged youth. Native Vote has teamed up with Rock the Vote to provide a Native Vote…Continue
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Once, it is said, in a time when change arose unexpectedly like a rainbow on a sunny day, a storyteller named Windsong made her Saha’s dream come true. This is her story.
Windsong was also a college professor. She worked at a large university in Pennsylvania. But every year at spring break, Windsong returned home to First Mesa to visit her Grandmama. Since she was a very little girl Windsong…Continue
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Sept. 25th Marks the Day to get Registered ... in some States, there is early Voting!…Continue
Added by Sarah LittleRedfeather Kalmanson on September 25, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
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Native Vote Action Week organized by the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) and grassroots organizers around the country, will bring Indian Country together in an effort to raise awareness about the importance of civic engagement and increase Native voter participation. With over 130 registration drives,…Continue
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Over 130 communities, organization throughout Indian County to host events organizing more than 35,000 Native Voters
Native Americans are turning out in force to join together in one of the largest weeks of…Continue
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