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  • Native Vote Launches National Grassroots Media Campaign “Every Native Vote Counts” - Native Vote 2014
    sharing available at NativeVote org Additionally there are a range of materials that can be printed and distributed in communities The PSA videos and radio spots feature messages from tribal citizens mothers and fathers veterans elders tribal leaders celebrities and athletes The national grassroots media campaign is also helping to register Native voters online Participating websites will provide voters with the ability to register using Native Vote s partner tools Through a new partnership with Turbo Vote Native Vote is making it easy for voters to register to vote online at http nativevote turbovote org a tool which makes registering to vote as easy as ordering a DVD from Netflix Turbo Vote delivers voter registration materials to an individual s home with a pre stamped envelope Native vote has partnered with the following national Native media organizations and companies to promote civic participation and voter registration among Native people Initial Native media partners participating in the Every Native Vote Counts campaign include First Nations Experience FNX Television member of the World Indigenous Broadcast Network broadcast of video PSAs social media promotion and online voter registration Kohanic Broadcast Corporation airing radio PSA s across a variety of nationally broadcast radio shows online voter registration and social media promotion Native American Public Telecommunications video PSA distribution to public television stations and social media promotion Native American Times online voter registration and social media promotion NativeNewsNetwork com online voter registration video PSA promotion and social media promotion Native Public Media distribution of radio PSAs to 53 Native radio stations Native Sun News print advertising distribution in weekly newspaper Tribal newspapers radio stations television stations online destinations and other media outlets are encouraged to join the effort by disseminating the campaign s PSAs and encouraging voter registration via social media television radio and print publications To sign up to participate and download content partners are urged to go to the following location http www nativevote org page media campaign About the Native Vote Media Partners First Nations Experience a member of the World Indigenous Broadcast Network is the first general public multimedia venture in the United States The channel is the result of a shared vision between the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and PBS Through Native produced and or themed documentaries dramatic series and arts programming the FNX Channel illustrates the lives and cultures of Native American and indigenous people around the world www fnx org Koahnic Broadcast Corporation KBC is a nonprofit Alaska Native governed and operated media center located in Anchorage Alaska KBC s national programming is a selection of radio programming that is broadcast by public and tribal radio stations across the country KBC s national programming includes National Native News Native America Calling Earthsongs Stories of Our People and Native Word of the Day KNBA 90 3 FM the first Native radio station located in an urban market www kbnr org Native American Public Telecommunications Inc NAPT shares Native stories with the world through support of the creation

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/native-vote-launches-national-grassroots-media-campaign-every-nat (2016-02-09)
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  • Own the Vote - Comcast Features Native Vote on TV - Native Vote 2014
    2012 News Events News Blog Events Community Native Vote Community Community Blogs Photos Videos Facebook Twitter All Blog Posts My Blog Add Own the Vote Comcast Features Native Vote on TV Posted by NCAI on August 29 2012 at 1 30pm View Blog Native Vote was recently featured on Own the Vote an initiative from Comcast Newsmakers a short format interview program that highlights elected officials community leaders and other newsmakers at the federal and local levels Learn about Native Vote and the importance of the Native youth civic engagement with Sherry Salway Black NCAI s Director of the Partnership for Tribal Governance Views 69 Tags 2012 Black Comcast Native Own Salway Sherry Vote the Share Tweet Facebook Previous Post Next Post Comment You need to be a member of Native Vote 2014 to add comments Join Native Vote 2014 RSS 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 initiative All Native Vote activities will

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/own-the-vote (2016-02-09)
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  • NCAI's Blog - Native Vote 2014
    by Peggy Flanagan Native American Leadership Continue Added by NCAI on March 6 2012 at 10 30pm No Comments Native Vote Central Major Focus of 2012 State of Indian Nations Address Excerpt from the 2012 State of Indian Nations Address Native Vote in this election year To achieve that vision we need leaders who understand that Indian Country matters Especially in a Presidential election year We re all aware of the impact an election can have on Indian Country And in recent years many have come to Continue Added by NCAI on January 26 2012 at 6 30pm No Comments Sen Lisa Murkowski R AK on Importance of Native Vote Added by NCAI on May 20 2011 at 10 37am 2 Comments UPDATED DEADLINE Fri Nov 12th Submit a Native Vote Photo Win a Native Vote Sweatshirt We re looking for great photos from your Native Vote efforts If you re not already a member sign up on NativeVote org and upload your photos on Continue Added by NCAI on November 1 2010 at 5 30pm 3 Comments NCAI President Jefferson Keel Releases National Radio PSA for Native Vote Radio Stations Can Download the File to Play Over the Air as a Public Service Announcement Jefferson Keel President of the National Congress of American Indians released a one minute audio PSA for radio stations and social media click to download to encourage Continue Added by NCAI on October 29 2010 at 5 00pm No Comments 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 Continue Added by NCAI on October 29 2010 at 12 59pm 1 Comment Download the Voter Protection Flyer Flyer Election Protection docx Added by NCAI on October 28 2010 at 4 30pm No Comments Radio Ad from South Dakota Playing now on radio stations in South Dakota Thanks to Dustina Gill for sending it our way http twaud io xBf Added by NCAI on October 28 2010 at 3 30pm No Comments Native Vote on Facebook The power of Native Vote is really picking up on Facebook Native Vote reached our goal of over 1 000 fans on the most powerful social networking site around Our support grew from only 200 supporters to over a thousand in less than three weeks that s 800 new Native Vote supporters With 5 days left until Election Day we encourage you to tell more of your friends and family about Native Vote especially on Facebook Continue Added by NCAI on October 28 2010 at 3 00pm No Comments Judge orders Benson County reservation voting sites open Source grandforksherald com A federal judge has ruled that Benson County must open two polling sites on the Spirit Lake reservation for the Nov 2 election Judge Ralph Erickson ordered that

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blog/list?user=0d14806f97s9w&page=2 (2016-02-09)
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  • NCAI's Blog - Native Vote 2014
    Four American Indian and Alaska Native leaders in Washington state are running for election or re election to state and national office Dino Rossi who is of Tlingit Irish and Italian ancestry is running for the Republican nomination for U S Senate He hopes to replace Democrat Patty Murray Rossi is a former state senator who ran unsuccessfully for governor in 2004 Continue Added by NCAI on August 5 2010 at 11 00am No Comments Previous 1 2 3 Next Page RSS Latest Blog Posts Election Recap Webinar OneLouder Talent Competition at NCAI Annual Convention Teach for the Native Vote Teachers Guide Now Available Native Vote Community Grants Deadline September 22 at Noon Eastern SPECIAL WEBINAR Native Vote grants action week and social media webinar Tue 9 9 4pm Eastern Upcoming Native Vote Events September October Webinar Follow Up Thank You to the Brennan Center and Four Directions Most Popular Blog Posts Native Vote Disenfranchisement Occurs as County in North Dakota Fails to Protect Voting Rights of Spirit Lake Nation New Report Voter ID Laws and the Native Vote Native Vote Central Major Focus of 2012 State of Indian Nations Address Native Vote Launches National Grassroots Media Campaign Every Native Vote Counts Rock the Vote We Will PSA Rocking the Native Vote Webinar Your role in the partnership between Rock the Vote Native Vote UPDATED DEADLINE Fri Nov 12th Submit a Native Vote Photo Win a Native Vote Sweatshirt Blog Topics by Tags 2012 2 the 2 Dakota 2 Media 2 Nation 2 Native 2 Vote 2 Voter 1 Voting 1 curriculum 1 Associated 1 native 1 Black 1 rock 1 Campaign 1 Comcast 1 vote 1 Country 1 Dorgan 1 Indian 1 Lake 1 Locations 1 Network 1 News 1 North 1 Oglala 1 Own 1 PSA 1 Press

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blog/list?user=0d14806f97s9w&page=3 (2016-02-09)
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  • “Native Vote” Disenfranchisement Occurs as County in North Dakota Fails to Protect Voting Rights of Spirit Lake Nation - Native Vote 2014
    s rejection by the Benson County Board of Commissioners to continue a polling place on the Spirit Lake Reservation a major incident of Native voter disenfranchisement The decision leaves thousands of American Indians who live on the Spirit Lake Reservation a tribal nation which stretches 495 square miles without a voting location in proximity to the Tribal Nation American Indian people are U S citizens and as such we have a right to vote Benson County has failed to fulfill its duty to protect the voting rights of the people of the Spirit Lake Nation We strongly urge the County Commissioners to accept the request of the Nation to partner to meet the needs of this community said Jefferson Keel the President of the nation s oldest largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization Concern is very high in Indian Country right now With months to go till the general election we re already seeing significant cases of voter disenfranchisement occurring in the most active Native voting communities The Benson County Commission on September 21 2010 rejected a request from the Spirit Lake Nation to keep the polling place in Fort Totten N D Benson County which switched to a mail in voting system this year briefly considered the request to open one polling place on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation for the November 2 general election The Nation offered the use of its own facilities to reduce any concerns about cost With a rate of unemployment exceeding 47 many citizens do not have the ability to travel to polling sites off the Reservation In South Dakota tribal leaders of the Oglala Sioux Tribe are challenging a similar decision by Shannon County and the Department of Justice is reviewing the incident Views 51 Tags Share Tweet Facebook

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/native-vote-disenfranchisement (2016-02-09)
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  • Native Vote Central Major Focus of 2012 State of Indian Nations Address - Native Vote 2014
    raised the flag at Iwo Jima returned to the homeland he had defended and was denied the right to vote Miguel Trujillo from Isleta Pueblo who enlisted as a Marine in the days following Pearl Harbor returned home to New Mexico and was denied the right to vote These American heroes inspired the fight all the way to the federal courts for the right to participate in the 1948 elections They expressed the power of the Native vote the first time they cast their ballots and it s been at work ever since Stories like these have shown Native people that when it comes to Native Vote we can and we must think big Simply put we will work tirelessly in 2012 to see the highest Native turnout ever We know it can be done For instance on the Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana turnout rates are regularly over 80 percent A survey of seniors at UCLA showed that Native young people participate at rates higher than any other group of students This is especially important because almost half a million Native youth will be eligible to vote for the first time in the next four years Native people don t see the world in two and four year election cycles We re focused on building stronger communities for generations to come When we step in the ballot box we want to vote for candidates who will stand with tribal nations to create a strong prosperous future We are not mobilizing for one party or for one candidate Indians don t just vote D for Democrat or R for Republican For us it s I for Indian We are independent voters and we will continue to vote for the candidate who is strong on our issues and cares about our priorities That s why today I m calling on all Presidential candidates to make sure Indian Country is at the table during the campaign and throughout your Administration These specific actions should form the foundation of your Native policy platform First we call on the President to send a Special Message to Congress on the importance of the Nation to Nation Relationship In 1970 President Nixon sent a historic message to Congress on tribal self determination That message launched the self determination era the very framework that allowed tribes to prove our capacity as governments All Presidents should do the same Second we call on the President to fully implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples We specifically call for a review of all existing federal law to ensure they are in alignment with the Declaration Third we call for an Annual Nation to Nation Summit and ongoing high level meetings This would institutionalize the current Tribal Nations Summit a meaningful commitment to our nation to nation relationship that must be upheld by all future Presidents We also call on the President to convene regular meetings on specific issues between tribal leaders and cabinet secretaries Fourth

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  • Rocking the Native Vote Webinar: Your role in the partnership between Rock the Vote & Native Vote - Native Vote 2014
    population is under the age of 24 As Indian Country s future leaders it is important that Native youth are civically informed and prepared to engage in elections 2012 is an important election year and an opportune time to engage youth and educate them about voting rights and civic responsibility During this webinar designed for educators tribal leaders youth coordinators and mentors we will Learn about Native Vote s new partnership with Rock the Vote and introduce resources for Native Vote coordinators NCAI will introduce the new Native specific supplement to the Rock the Vote Democracy Day one class curriculum Discuss the tools and resources available to encourage youth civic engagement Provide ways to get involved with Rock the Native Vote Youth Week to take place this year September 24 28th Participants will include Jacqueline Pata Executive Director of National Congress of American Indians Jaynie Parish Field Organizer for Rock the Vote Southwest Register Today After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar NCAI Contact Information Peter Morris Director of Strategy Partnerships pmorris ncai org Views 147 Tags Share Tweet Facebook Previous Post Next Post Comment You need to be a member of Native

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/rocking-the-native-vote-webinar-your-role-in-the-partnership-betw (2016-02-09)
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  • UPDATED DEADLINE Fri. Nov. 12th: Submit a Native Vote Photo, Win a Native Vote Sweatshirt - Native Vote 2014
    not already a member sign up on NativeVote org and upload your photos on the site Title the photos My Native Vote Photo Entry We ll pick the best image and send the photographer a sweatshirt and put the photo up in the Embassy of Tribal Nations The deadline for entries is this Friday November 5th 2010 Friday November 12 2010 Deadline Extended Submit Your Photo Now Views 100 Tags Share Tweet Facebook Previous Post Next Post Comment You need to be a member of Native Vote 2014 to add comments Join Native Vote 2014 Comment by Bigback Silkscreening on December 1 2010 at 6 15pm We are interested in working with your events on the printing needs for your event We are a 100 Native American Silkscreen Printing Company and would like to help you meet all our printing needs Please contact us below to discuss the possibility Comment by Dustina Gill on November 7 2010 at 2 57pm I uploaded a photo but it didn t got on the page It only went on my page Comment by Christopher L dale on November 2 2010 at 6 42pm Lets all do our part by voting today and letting

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/updated-deadline-fri-nov-12th (2016-02-09)
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