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  • Native Vote 2014 - Every Vote Counts!
    Facebook Education The Native Vote campaign aims to help educate voters and candidates alike It is important that Native Voters are informed about candidates for office and key issues and that candidates are aware of and attentive to Native issues Native Vote also encourages more Native leaders to run for local state and federal office Learn more Groups Oklahoma Native Vote Gro 16 members California Native Vote G 15 members Wisconsin Native Vote Gr 13 members Arizona Native Vote Group 13 members Alaska Native Vote Group 12 members View All Native Vote Gear Place Individual Orders Events Add an Event Teach for the Native Vote Week Civically engaged youth are the building blocks for civically engaged communities Educators youth leaders and organizations across the country will inform youth about the history of the Native Vote and the importance of civic engagement Get Involved Blog Posts Election Recap Webinar Miss the 2014 Election Recap Webinar Catch it on YouTube at the link below Description Join NCAI leaders Native journalist Mark Trahant and Native Vote organizers across the country to recap the results of the 2014 Midterm Elections Hear how organizers worked to turn out the vote and how the outcome of this year s Continue Posted by NCAI on November 20 2014 at 12 50pm OneLouder Talent Competition at NCAI Annual Convention Bring your talent to the stage for the chance to win a Google Nexus Tablet or other great prizes Celebrate the importance of the Native Vote and show exactly how your voice or talent makes Indian Continue Posted by NCAI on October 25 2014 at 2 19pm Add a Blog Post View All Photos Future Native Voters in Montana by Native Generational Change Native Vote 2014 in Montana by Native Generational Change New Native Voter in Montana by Native

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Native Vote 2014
    Events Community Native Vote Community Community Blogs Photos Videos Facebook Twitter Native Vote 2014 Share Tweet Facebook Welcome to Native Vote 2014 Sign Up or Sign In Or sign in with About NCAI created this Ning Network Register to Vote Today Click here to add this Native Vote specific voter registration widget to your website Members View All Spread the Word Tweets by nativevote Native Vote is a non partisan

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/page/native-vote-2014 (2016-02-09)
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  • About Native Vote - Native Vote 2014
    and local elections The Native Vote campaign is working closely with regional organizations tribal governments and urban Indian centers to create a strong and permanent infrastructure for election training that highlights voter registration election protection policies and Native mobilization Download Native Vote Backgrounder 1 Voter Registration and Get Out The Native Vote GOTNV NCAI recognizes that a strong grassroots effort is needed and encourages all tribes regional and inter tribal organizations to have a Native Vote coordinator There is a need to get the community mobilized early starting with registration as Native Americans are unregistered at higher rates than other communities To mobilize and assist tribes with the upcoming elections Native Vote is providing toolkits updating the Native Vote webpage distributing e newsletters and promotional items creating Public Service Announcements PSAs and hosting telephone conferences webinars and trainings 2 Election Protection It is critical for voters to understand their rights especially for those who do not actively participate in the political process In collaboration with Election Protection coordinators Native Vote ensures that every qualified voter has the opportunity to cast a ballot on Election Day NCAI works with Native lawyers locally and nationally to assist with the Election Protection component of this campaign In addition NCAI is planning to distribute materials to assist all Native Americans in knowing their voting rights This applies especially in response to new voter identification laws 3 Education This strategy is comprised of a three pieces 1 Assisting Native voters to be educated on the candidates and ballot measures 2 Educating the candidates on the issues Indian Country cares about and encourage them to develop Native policy platforms and 3 Encouraging more Native people to run for offices Native Vote will be preparing materials to aid in this effort working with regional organizations and other

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/page/about-native-vote (2016-02-09)
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  • Get Out The Vote - Native Vote 2014
    can be game changing When it comes to Native Vote we can and we must think big Simply put we will work tirelessly in 2014 to see the highest Native turnout ever Over 1 000 000 eligible American Indians and Alaska Natives 34 percent of the total Native population over 18 were not registered to vote in the 2008 elections The Native Vote campaign seeks to equip tribal leaders and Native Vote coordinators with the tools and information to reach out to Native Voters inform them about their responsibility and right to voice their opinion and encourage Native people to take a stand at the polls this November To lend a hand in this important effort we encourage you to take advantage of the following opportunities Register now online and encourage others to register Serve as a volunteer or coordinator within your community Download helpful tools Check out our toolkit for organizing and other informational resources Share media Get involved in our grassroots media campaign Every Native Vote Counts by sharing videos and pictures Connect online and Engage and raise awareness through Facebook and or Twitter Order Native Vote gear for you or your entire community and spread the word

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/page/get-out-the-vote (2016-02-09)
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  • Election Protection - Native Vote 2014
    was established to protect the rights of citizens across the country It has established a hotline to respond to the questions and concerns of voters This hotline is used to identify problems before they arise answer voter questions and serve as a crisis line in the event of Election Day problems Oklahoma Indian Bar Association Hotline Oklahoma Voters may report any issues to the Oklahoma Indian Bar Association Election Protection Hotline 1 877 286 2918 toll free or 405 602 9425 The hotline will be staffed from 8 00 to 7 00 CST on election day for VOTER ASSISTANCE and ELECTION PROTECTION purposes They have also set up a special voter assist website for Oklahoma which is www oiba net Training of Citizen Advocates and Legal Experts Widespread training of citizen advocates will help keep our elections fair and clean With training ordinary citizens become the eyes and ears of democracy They watch for problems at the polls assist voters and report irregularities if they arise Election law is not complicated but it is essential that advocates know the rules and hold election officials accountable A simple training program can give people the knowledge they need to ensure a fair environment at the polls Training is essential for people who are interested in poll monitoring or poll watching on Election Day The rules for these positions vary by locality and must be understood by volunteers In addition to training citizen advocates it is also important to create a well trained legal team of lawyers law students and para professionals who have particular knowledge of Indian Country and Election law Native Vote is working with the Lawyers Committee on Civil Rights Under Law and Four Directions to provide assistance in election protection for Indian Country Data Collection If irregularities occur it

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/page/election-protection (2016-02-09)
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  • Education - Native Vote 2014
    voters and candidates alike It is important that Native Voters are informed about candidates for office and key issues and that candidates are aware of and attentive to Native issues Native Vote also encourages more Native leaders to run for local state and federal office This strategy is comprised of a three pieces 1 Assisting Native voters to be educated on the candidates and ballot measures 2 Educating the candidates

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/page/education (2016-02-09)
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  • Data - Native Vote 2014
    Community Native Vote Community Community Blogs Photos Videos Facebook Twitter Data Through a Partnership with State Voices Native Vote is helping tribal communities coordinators and regional and national partners to gain access to important data tools and resources for voter outreach and engagement State Voices is a national network built from the states up that helps grassroots organizations win shared policy and civic engagement victories and build long term power

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/page/data (2016-02-09)
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  • Additional Online Resources - Native Vote 2014
    American Indians Policy Research Center Republican National Committee Democratic National Committee Alaska Native Vote Rock the Vote Wellstone Action Fund Native Vote Minnesota Alliance Native Vote Washington Oneida Nation Get Out The Vote Youth Vote Overseas Share Tweet Facebook Welcome to Native Vote 2014 Sign Up or Sign In Or sign in with About NCAI created this Ning Network Register to Vote Today Click here to add this Native Vote

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/page/links-1 (2016-02-09)
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