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  • jack kohler's Page - Native Vote 2014
    Post View All Comment Wall 1 comment You need to be a member of Native Vote 2014 to add comments Join Native Vote 2014 At 6 39am on July 22 2014 Richard Adame said Bozho Nikanek Hello My Friends I served 20 years in the army and this message is very important for the Native Voters Nationwide Even if your state did not tax veterans your vote will help other Native People in states that did steal this money The 4 tribes in Kansas recently passed our own resolution and joined the NCAI and the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma in passing their resolutions to urge congress to pass a law that would force states to repay illegally taxed military wages to all Native Americans who served in the armed forces and who were wrongfully taxed No one seems to know about it Not the Native voter not the Native Americans running for office or their non native opponents and not even the Veterans who were illegally taxed The United States congress is aware of the wrongful taxation and stopped the illegal activity in 2001 but failed to pass legislation to repay these veterans A bill was even introduced into congress in 2004 the Native American Veteran Pay restoration Act but it had no support and was quietly and quickly forgotten Each of you and all of us have veterans in our families This Native Vote website must take this information and make a video start a blog discuss the issue and ensure the Native Voters and those running for office with Native populations are aware of this injustice Ask why congress admits taking millions but refuses to give it back This illegal taxation happened to every Native Veteran whos state deducted state income taxes from all wages Have you ever

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  • Don't think your vote doesnt count - Native Vote 2014
    kohler on October 3 2012 at 11 16pm View Blog http www youtube com watch v GoJ1yZVqYZs feature relmfu Views 12 Tags Share Tweet Facebook 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

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  • Blogs - Native Vote 2014
    a number of members who are certified third party registrars for New Mexico and we would like to go wherever we are needed in Bernalillo Sandoval or Torrance Counties to register voters Please contact Gayle Thompson Prinkey Continue Added by Gayle Thompson Prinkey on September 12 2012 at 3 47pm No Comments Native American Voter Registration in Central New Mexico Your vote matters If you live in Sandoval Bernalillo or Torrance County in New Mexico please contact me for getting a third party certified voter registrar to your event We have volunteers in the League of Women Voters of Central New Mexico who can do it Gayle Thompson Prinkey LWVCNM Voter Services Continue Added by Gayle Thompson Prinkey on September 12 2012 at 3 41pm No Comments DNC last night I seen all of this last night and can t say how exciting it is to be in a time where it isn t a fight nor a struggle but a right to be able to freely express your beliefs I appreciated the tribute last night and think this is such a fasci nating and exciting time to be an advocate asking what do you stand for How do you show it this is the generation of ethic that helped us reach where we can do what we do today I am grateful for the Continue Added by Marylee Jones on September 5 2012 at 3 02pm No Comments Trahant 2012 Making a Difference in the Polls SOURCE http indiancountrytodaymedianetwork com 2012 09 04 making a difference in the polls 132682 I remember my first election as a journalist The year was 1976 and I was working at a small radio station in Pocatello Idaho producing The Sho Ban Radio hour It was the typical Sunday morning slot for tribal radio shows Mostly music some news and long lists of Continue Added by Alyssa Macy on September 4 2012 at 1 30pm No Comments Native Vote Launches National Grassroots Media Campaign Every Native Vote Counts Native American media steps up to partner with Native Vote to promote voter registration and engagement message The National Congress of American Indians launched a national Continue Added by NCAI on September 4 2012 at 12 30pm 1 Comment Paul Ryan s Indian Affairs Votes in 111th and 112th Congresses Interesting article from Turtle Talk the Indigenous Law and Policy Center Blog by Matthew L M Fletcher August 15 2012 1 41 pm Continue Added by Kitty Hill on September 2 2012 at 11 48pm No Comments Jodi Rave Native voters Native people take politics to a higher level SOURCE http buffalosfire com jodi rave native voters native people take politics to a higher level BY JODI RAVE Of Buffalo s Fire Newspaper headlines around the country inform daily readers about the fast approaching November elections So what do upcoming local state and national elections mean for Native America It s a matter Continue Added by Alyssa Macy on September 2 2012 at 6 35pm

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  • Blogs - Native Vote 2014
    Kalmanson on June 1 2012 at 9 25am No Comments WISCONSIN RECALL ELECTION Rally with Former President Bill Clinton for Tom Barrett for Governor Rally with Former President Bill Clinton for Tom Barrett for Governor Bill Clinton is landing in Milwaukee tomorrow Email Invite Help get out the vote with Tom Barrett at a rally and I hope you will join us Folks in Wisconsin have been on the Continue Added by Sarah LittleRedfeather Kalmanson on May 31 2012 at 3 13pm No Comments Rocking the Native Vote Webinar Your role in the partnership between Rock the Vote Native Vote Civically informed youth are civically engaged youth 42 percent nearly half of the American Indian and Alaska Native 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 Continue Added by NCAI on May 31 2012 at 11 05am No Comments Ho Chunk calling for GOTV June 5th Elections in Wisconsin Governor s Recall Election CALLING ON ALL TRIBAL NATIONS IN WISCONSIN YOU MUST GET OUT AND VOTE This year provides us many opportunities to shape our government at the local state and federal levels As citizens of the Ho Continue Added by Sarah LittleRedfeather Kalmanson on May 31 2012 at 10 30am No Comments Redistricting dilutes Native voter strength SOURCE http www thetundradrums com story 2012 05 28 opinion redistricting dilutes native voter strength 126 html As a member of the Alaska House of Representatives from the Lower Kuskokwim River Kuskokwim Bay election district in western Alaska consisting of 28 communities under the 2002 Benchmark Plan House District 38 I offer the following comments Continue Added by Alyssa Macy on May 29 2012 at 12 43pm No Comments YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE This year provides us many opportunities to shape our government at the local state and federal levels As citizens of the Ho C hunk Nation we are also able to vote for the people who will interact with our tribal government with our President and with our Continue Added by Sarah LittleRedfeather Kalmanson on May 29 2012 at 12 30am No Comments New Features on NativeVote org NativeVote org has added some new resources and tools to help the Native Vote community organize more effectively State Based Community Groups The Native Vote Community is over three hundred people strong however we know it s not easy to find people to connect with That s why we ve created state based groups to help Continue Added by NCAI on May 25 2012 at 10 43am No Comments New York Times and Bad Rivers challenge to resist the mining onslaught is mentioned Featuring Bad River Tribal Chairman Mike Wiggins who is not afraid to take a political stand against WI Governor Scott Walker This has to be the most unbiased article produced in the mainstream we have seen regarding the Mining Proposal Continue Added by Sarah LittleRedfeather

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  • Blogs - Native Vote 2014
    Benson County will have Continue Added by NCAI on September 23 2010 at 9 30am No Comments Huffington Post South Dakota Election Scandal Are Oglala Sioux Voting Rights Doomed Native Americans have long faced police harassment illegal voter challenges and election day chaos on the way to the polls in South Dakota Those problems may soon be over on the Oglala Sioux Tribe s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation That s because South Dakota has no clear plan to provide any voting at all in this fall s election Continue Added by Michael Hahn on September 21 2010 at 4 30pm No Comments Four Native leaders running for office in Washington Indian Country Today By Richard Walker Indian Country Today correspondent SEATTLE 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 3 4 5 Next Page RSS Featured 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 Native Vote Summer of Action New Report Voter ID Laws and the Native Vote Native Vote Action Week Wrap Up and Native Vote Photo Competition View All 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

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  • Native Americans try voicing needs to Obama, Romney - Native Vote 2014
    Navajo Nation endorsed Obama during his 2008 campaign though it has no such plans this year A Navajo Nation Council delegate must make the move to approve a resolution allowing the tribe to endorse Obama and none has made the move so far President of the Navajo Nation Ben Shelly however gives his full support to Obama though his chief of staff is firmly Republican Shelly is a staunch Democrat said Zah Traditionally Navajos have sided with Democrats Most Native American tribes are similarly aligned when it comes to politics since they tend to support environmental protection and community programs items that are generally thought of as part of the Democratic platform In New Mexico during the past presidential election about 65 percent of Native Americans voted reflective of the voting percentages for most tribes around the nation Weahkee said Most of them voted Democratically though the National Congress of American Indians was unavailable to confirm the numbers for New Mexico or for the nation Friday It takes a community to raise a child that s kind of in line with our tradition said Zah who said tribes aren t as split about politics as most other Americans Granted the Obama administrations efforts to heighten environmental standards and impose strict rules on businesses such as the Four Corners Power Plant and the Navajo Mine have been wildly unpopular It s going to hurt the economy more than it s going to help the emissions control Zah said Additionally Obama s plan to slash funds for cleaning up abandoned mine lands could hurt the Navajo Nation s plans to wipe up the remnants of old mines that are spread across Navajo lands There are issues we d like to see worked out with President Obama Zah said On the other hand Romney s plans to reform Obama s Affordable Care Act which the Supreme Court upheld in June is not a move supported by many Native Americans The much debated health care plan has many provisions that expand care for Native Americans specifically though he and his vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan have spoken out against the behemoth act namely because it needs paring down The R and R duo have supported separate bills ones that aim to knock down domestic violence and build commerce on tribal lands While Romney s taken little specific stance on the localized tribal issues and his campaign was unavailable for comment Friday as was Obama s he certainly has given the impression that he would allow businesses and corporations to take the reins without so much regulation A major part of the problem over successive presidencies and one that the Obama administration has sharply exacerbated is the regulatory burden on the economy said Romney on his website Regulations function as a hidden tax on Americans Native Americans despite their liberal tendencies also tend to outspokenly support the United States military which could work in Romney s favor as a Republican The way our history and

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  • Native - Blogs - Native Vote 2014
    on August 29 2012 at 1 30pm No Comments Native Americans try voicing needs to Obama Romney SOURCE http www daily times com ci 21347062 native americans try voicing needs obama romney By Jenny Kane jkane daily times com Updated 08 18 2012 10 33 23 PM MDT Continue Added by Alyssa Macy on August 19 2012 at 5 00pm No Comments Veto pressure mounts as Hickenlooper reviews open records elections bill SOURCE http coloradoindependent com 121218 veto pressure mounts as hickenlooper reviews open records elections bill In the weeks since the Colorado legislative session ended calls for Gov John Hickenlooper to veto House Bill 1036 have Continue Added by Alyssa Macy on June 2 2012 at 10 23am 2 Comments Redistricting dilutes Native voter strength SOURCE http www thetundradrums com story 2012 05 28 opinion redistricting dilutes native voter strength 126 html As a member of the Alaska House of Representatives from the Lower Kuskokwim River Kuskokwim Bay election district in western Alaska consisting of 28 communities under the 2002 Benchmark Plan House District 38 I offer the following comments Continue Added by Alyssa Macy on May 29 2012 at 12 43pm No Comments Post Office Closings Threaten Native Voting Rights In an effort to reduce the mounting debt of the U S Postal Service the agency has proposed closing 3 600 branches several of which can be found in tribal communities The ramifications of closing postal service offices on tribal lands will be felt not only by those who communicate mainly through mail but those that vote via mail in ballot Indian Country Today Media Network recently posted an article discussing the importance of this issue concerning the Native Vote More Continue Added by Kellcee Baker on October 25 2011 at 6 57pm 2 Comments RSS Latest Blog

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  • Vote - Blogs - Native Vote 2014
    com Updated 08 18 2012 10 33 23 PM MDT Continue Added by Alyssa Macy on August 19 2012 at 5 00pm No Comments Veto pressure mounts as Hickenlooper reviews open records elections bill SOURCE http coloradoindependent com 121218 veto pressure mounts as hickenlooper reviews open records elections bill In the weeks since the Colorado legislative session ended calls for Gov John Hickenlooper to veto House Bill 1036 have Continue Added by Alyssa Macy on June 2 2012 at 10 23am 2 Comments Redistricting dilutes Native voter strength SOURCE http www thetundradrums com story 2012 05 28 opinion redistricting dilutes native voter strength 126 html As a member of the Alaska House of Representatives from the Lower Kuskokwim River Kuskokwim Bay election district in western Alaska consisting of 28 communities under the 2002 Benchmark Plan House District 38 I offer the following comments Continue Added by Alyssa Macy on May 29 2012 at 12 43pm No Comments Post Office Closings Threaten Native Voting Rights In an effort to reduce the mounting debt of the U S Postal Service the agency has proposed closing 3 600 branches several of which can be found in tribal communities The ramifications of closing postal service offices on tribal lands will be felt not only by those who communicate mainly through mail but those that vote via mail in ballot Indian Country Today Media Network recently posted an article discussing the importance of this issue concerning the Native Vote More Continue Added by Kellcee Baker on October 25 2011 at 6 57pm 2 Comments RSS Latest Blog Posts Media Recap of the Native Vote Action Week Own the Vote Comcast Features Native Vote on TV Native Americans try voicing needs to Obama Romney Veto pressure mounts as Hickenlooper reviews open records elections bill Redistricting dilutes

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