5 Things You Can Do To Make Native Voices Count in This Election:

1. Remind your friends and family to VOTE!

· Call your friends and family members and encourage them to vote!
· Send an email to your friends and tell them
· Write a message on Facebook and make this icon your Facebook profile picture
· Go with them to the polls!

2. Join the National Native Vote Teleconference on Monday:

One Day Left! Getting Ready for Election Day

Date: Monday, November 1, 2010
Time: 3:00 p.m. (eastern)

Dial-in Number: 888-244-8150
Conference Code: 5384676027

Election Day is finally here! Please join Native Vote in our last national teleconference before Election Day. Native Vote will provide grassroots organizers and tribal representatives with the most up-to-date information on national races taking place in Indian Country. The call will also provide an opportunity for tribal communities to share last minute issues and concerns with Native Vote. Please ensure that your tribe is represented on this very important call.

3. Know the Voter Protection Number
and have it readily available for your community (866-687-8683)

4. Spread the word

· Post election protection flyers (click here for a template)
· Make announcements at community gatherings
· Send reminders home to parents

5. Get Out the Vote through your radio stations

· Call them now and remind them that Tuesday is Election Day.
· Native Vote will have a message from NCAI President Keel that you can send to your radio stations. Download coming soon.

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Comment by Debra Rincon Lopez on November 1, 2010 at 7:27pm

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I made sure that I got alot of people registered in this State of Oregon. We have alot of issue's here in Oregon. The top one is about Proposition #75. They will be able to start and have PUBLIC CASINO's opened from Non-Native American vendors? We had a contract with ALL State, County & Federal Officials here in Oregon. NOW they didn't want us having a CASINO built on Off Reservation Lands. NOW They want to build one for themselves now, that make's it okay. We are so hoping that this measure doesn't PASS in this Election. If it does this could change things all over the USA for many other Indian Tribes everywhere. SO we are keeping an eye on this matter closely. Debra Rincon Lopez a Klamath,Modoc & Yahooskin Tribal member in Portland,Oregon USA.


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