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  • California Native Vote Group - Native Vote 2014
    Facebook Voter Registration Deadline October 20th Electionland State Resource http ca electionland com Discussion Forum This group does not have any discussions yet Comment Wall Comment You need to be a member of California Native Vote Group to add comments Comment by Richard Adame on July 18 2014 at 11 21am Bozho Nikanek Hello My Friends The 4 tribes in Kansas recently joined the NCAI and the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma in passing a resolution that urges 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 running for office 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 owed taxes Were you late paying your taxes Did the Government or state let you off with a warning Or did they add a penalty accrued interest Late fee All the above They should

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/group/california-native-vote-group (2016-02-09)
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  • Wisconsin Native Vote Group - Native Vote 2014
    were the last to be able to vote Vote for our Ancestor s Sacrifice It is a Native Tradition to VOTE Traditionally as Native Nations its been our practice as a Community in all tribes to Vote in our Council and Leaders of our Tribes our Chiefs We have been voting before this country U S A was born hence how U S Government adopted the ideals of Voting from the Iroquois Nation as part of the Constitution Vote to honor our Traditions and Cultural Environment for which we have done for centuries As Native People we as a community should honor protect and serve each other and the Government Social Programs are run and operated by Elected Officials which can be historically wrong and miss manage or eliminate our programs funding and budgets such as Health Care Environmental Protections Clean Water and Air Veteran s Benefits Disabled Benefits Elder Benefits Taxes protections for our sacred lands and wildlife economic stability and honoring the Treaties and more to allow our fundamentals to have a quality of life be taken away from elected officials in Government is a dishonor to our Sovereignty a dishonor and slap in the face to our communities Vote to ensure the quality of life for our 7 Generations Government to Government Relationships Our Tribes have to work with Local State and Federal Government the elected officials State Government manages our Tribal Budgets and the Federal Government Holds our Tribal Budgets Its a trust and if we do not VOTE the wrong elected official can take all these rights aways and hold onto the monies that belongs to the Tribes Vote to protect our Sovereignty and the trust we have as tribal nations to care for our people Explain that these elected officials DO NOT have a JOB unless we VOTE them in They have a job because of our Votes and they work for the PEOPLE Comment by Sarah LittleRedfeather Kalmanson on October 19 2012 at 1 39pm 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 Matt Dannenburg middle and Adrain King right talk with a tribal member outside the Ojibwe Market Few Native Americans think their vote matters in Lac du Flambeau Credit Lindsey Moon WPR Article here http news wpr org post road november getting out vote reservation Comment by Paul DeMain on October 19 2012 at 1 35pm Nasbah Hill As duel citizens if we don t vote and stand on our sovereignty then they better darn not be paying or taking any of the entitlements and programs like IHS housing education etc Voting is an exercise in Sovereignty just like ceded cross deputization for jurisdiction or hot chase or cross recognition of marriages from tribe to state those negotiation giving and taking are exercising your sovereignty Next time somebody tells you they are sovereign ask them for their drivers license or their social security

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/group/wisconsin-native-vote-group (2016-02-09)
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  • Arizona Native Vote Group - Native Vote 2014
    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 owed taxes Were you late paying your taxes Did the Government or state let you off with a warning Or did they add a penalty accrued interest Late fee All the above They should have the same rules apply to their tardiness in repaying these veterans Ahau Migwech Comment by Travis Lane on November 5 2012 at 2 35pm ATTENTION AMERICAN INDIANS LIVING IN ARIZONA If you have any questions about voting up to and during Election Day November 6 2012 please call 1 866 460 3459 Every Native Vote Counts Comment by Jaynie Parrish on September 28 2012 at 6 52pm Hi Talia Rock the Native Vote Rock the Vote and Native Vote are always looking for volunteers to host a voter registration drive teach a democracy class high school or help promote voting online via email blogs facebook other social media Have there been any events hosted in Gila River yet If not maybe we can get something together before Oct 8th by the way I m Jaynie field organizer for rock the vote we are partnering with Native Vote Comment by Talia Porter on September 26 2012 at 6 51pm Hello everyone I just signed up today so I m not sure how I can help

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/group/arizona (2016-02-09)
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  • Alaska Native Vote Group - Native Vote 2014
    Information http www nativevote org page alaska 1 Electionland State Resource http ak electionland com Discussion Forum Voter Registration Deadline Alaska http www nativevote org events voter registration deadline alaska and montana Continue Started by NCAI Aug 3 2012 View All Comment Wall Comment You need to be a member of Alaska Native Vote Group to add comments Comment by Richard Adame on July 18 2014 at 11 26am Bozho Nikanek Hello My Friends The 4 tribes in Kansas recently joined the NCAI and the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma in passing a resolution that urges 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 running for office 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 owed taxes Were you late paying your taxes Did the Government or state let you off

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/group/alaska-native-vote-group (2016-02-09)
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  • NCAI's Page - Native Vote 2014
    makes Indian Continue Posted on October 25 2014 at 2 19pm Teach for the Native Vote Teachers Guide Now Available Native Vote has teamed up with National Indian Education Association and the National Education Association to provide educators the following tailored curriculum and lesson plans Sign up to host a class event or rally during Teach for the Native Vote Week October 27 30 and receive a free kit complete with tees buttons and stickers Click here to sign Continue Posted on October 7 2014 at 1 30pm Native Vote Community Grants Deadline September 22 at Noon Eastern Native Vote recently secured resources to offer community grants up to 2 000 to tribal communities and Native nonprofits for voter outreach and civic engagement efforts Continue Posted on September 16 2014 at 9 00am Add a Blog Post View All Comment Wall 6 comments You need to be a member of Native Vote 2014 to add comments Join Native Vote 2014 At 8 05pm on August 20 2014 Alberta Manuel said I see there is the 69 Annual Conference in Sacramento Oct 21 26 do we know at what hotel and how we can book rooms At 7 23am on July 20 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 owed taxes Were you late paying your taxes Did the Government or state let you off with a warning Or did they add a penalty accrued interest Late fee

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profile/0d14806f97s9w (2016-02-09)
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  • Election Recap Webinar - Native Vote 2014
    Week Resources Action Week Map Action Week 2012 News Events News Blog Events Community Native Vote Community Community Blogs Photos Videos Facebook Twitter All Blog Posts My Blog Add Election Recap Webinar Posted by NCAI on November 20 2014 at 12 50pm View Blog 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 election will effect Indian Country and share your experiences Views 52 Tags Share Tweet Facebook Previous 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 be conducted in a nonpartisan manner

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/election-recap-webinar (2016-02-09)
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  • #OneLouder Talent Competition at NCAI Annual Convention - Native Vote 2014
    Vote Community Community Blogs Photos Videos Facebook Twitter All Blog Posts My Blog Add OneLouder Talent Competition at NCAI Annual Convention Posted by NCAI on October 25 2014 at 2 19pm View Blog 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 Country OneLouder All talents welcome SIGN UP HERE Don t forget to bring your smart phone The audience will be voting for the best performance via social media Visit the Native Vote Photo Booth and win prizes for posting your best photos on social media outlets dance enjoy delicious refreshments and more Views 66 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/onelouder-talent-competition-at-ncai-annual-convention (2016-02-09)
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  • Blogs - Native Vote 2014
    the Vote We Will PSA 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 Added by NCAI on September 27 2012 at 12 16pm No Comments Media Recap of the Native Vote Action Week Photo Credit The Nation Wanna Protect Your Vote There s an App for Continue Added by NCAI on September 26 2012 at 5 00pm No Comments Voter Registration at IHS Facilities This week NCAI Native Vote is at the National Indian Health Board Consumer Conference as part of our partnership with NIHB to promote Native Vote Continue Added by NCAI on September 24 2012 at 3 52pm No Comments Native Vote Action Week Kicks Off Interactive Map of Events 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 Added by NCAI on September 24 2012 at 3 30pm No Comments Native Vote Action Week Kicks off September 24th 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 Added by NCAI on September 21 2012 at 12 00pm 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 Your Vote is Your Power Turn Out the Native Vote Native Golfer Notah Begay III Notah Begay III one of Indian Country s most well known and accomplished athletes is stepping forward today to encourage Native Americans to use their power the Native vote In a new YouTube video produced by Native Vote Notah s message is clear voting is powerful Don t feel like you don t have a say don t feel like you don t have any Continue Added by NCAI on August 29 2012 at 1 30pm No Comments Own the Vote Comcast Features Native Vote on TV 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 Continue Added by NCAI on August 29 2012 at 1 30pm No Comments Native

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blog/list?promoted=1 (2016-02-09)
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