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  • Delaware - Native Vote 2014
    2012 Share Tweet Facebook Voter Registration Deadline October 11th Electionland State Resource http de electionland com Discussion Forum This group does not have any discussions yet Comment Wall Comment You need to be a member of Delaware to add comments Members 1 View All 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

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/group/delaware (2016-02-09)
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  • Gail Grace Hunnicutt's Page - Native Vote 2014
    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 All the above They should have the same rules apply to their tardiness in repaying these veterans Ahau Migwech At 1 12am on June 28 2011

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profile/GailGraceHunnicutt (2016-02-09)
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  • Share 'Election Recap Webinar' - Native Vote 2014
    Map Action Week 2012 News Events News Blog Events Community Native Vote Community Community Blogs Photos Videos Facebook Twitter Share 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

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/main/sharing/share?id=6280924%253ABlogPost%253A47578 (2016-02-09)
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  • Share '#OneLouder Talent Competition at NCAI Annual Convention' - Native Vote 2014
    News Blog Events Community Native Vote Community Community Blogs Photos Videos Facebook Twitter Share 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 Country OneLouder All talents welcome SIGN UP HERE Don t forget to bring

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/main/sharing/share?id=6280924%253ABlogPost%253A47277 (2016-02-09)
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  • “Your Vote is Your Power” – Turn Out the Native Vote - Native Golfer Notah Begay III - Native Vote 2014
    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 power your vote is your power Get out and vote in state and national elections Have an influence in the 2012 campaign process See you at the polls We re excited to release this video the same day Notah is hosting his annual Foundation Challenge golf tournament in New York to raise awareness and money for his incredible youth development programs The tournament features a 12 player world class field and all the proceeds benefit the Foundation The Notah Begay III Foundation supports the development of sustainable evidence based and model programs research advocacy and strategic grantmaking in Native American communities More than 10 000 Native youth have been engaged and served by the NB3 soccer and golf programs and other Foundation initiatives Check out the Notah Begay III Foundation online Views 95 Tags Share Tweet Facebook Previous Post Next Post Comment You need to be a member of Native Vote 2014

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/your-vote-is-your-power-turn-out-the-native-vote-native-golfer-no (2016-02-09)
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  • Access to Elections and Voter Registration a “Civic Emergency” for Native Americans says NCAI President - Native Vote 2014
    every five eligible American Indian and Alaska Native voters are not registered to vote in 2008 over 1 million eligible Native voters were unregistered said Keel President of NCAI the nation s oldest and most representative tribal advocacy organization This should be considered a civic emergency we should all be concerned American Indians and Alaska Natives tribal governments state and federal governments ordinary citizens Today I m offering a set of concrete actions we can take now to change this situation Early in 2012 during NCAI s State of Indian Nations Address Keel called for the largest Native turnout in history In remarks delivered at NCAI s Mid Year Conference he focused on the role of everyday citizens to register voters and that call for Indian Country to participate in Native Vote NCAI s national non partisan campaign In his address he highlighted three opportunities for tribes and Native citizens to make Indian Country s voice heard in 2012 and beyond Keel announced a new partnership with national non profit Rock the Vote a partnership that allows the Native Vote campaign to provide resources for online voter registration through NativeVote org Keel also announced Rock the Native Vote Youth Week September 24 28 2012 coinciding with National Voter Registration day on September 25 The week of events across the country will engage tribal schools and Native youth programs in a range of civics education including a tribal specific supplement to Rock the Vote s Democracy Day class Participants such as local chapters of Boys and Girls Clubs of America will educate Native young people about the power of civic engagement and the importance of registering their parents family members and one day themselves to vote He also highlighted the Tools for All partnership initiated with State Voices a national civic engagement network The partnership offers the chance for tribes to access voter outreach tools that can identify tribal members who need to register and encourage all tribal citizens to make their voice heard Finally and most importantly our federal and state government partners should provide the same voter registration services offered in other government facilities That s why today I m calling for state election officials to work with tribes and the federal government to ensure tribal citizens are offered the chance to vote when they visit an add Indian Health Service IHS facility stated Keel President Keel cited a new report released by D mos a multi issue national organization outlining Native voter disenfranchisement and proposing IHS facilities as logical sites for voter registration The report Ensuring Access to the Ballot for American Indians Alaska Natives New Solutions to Strengthen American Democracy states that Appropriate IHS facilities should be designated as official voter registration agencies along the same lines as state based public assistance agencies are now designated under the National Voter Registration Act NVRA Keel announced he is sending a letter in support of the idea directly to every individual IHS facility along with a copy of the

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/access-to-elections-and-voter-registration-a-civic-emergency-for- (2016-02-09)
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  • Rocking the Native Vote! - Native Vote 2014
    you can get involved in helping to turn out the largest Native Vote in history Here are some of the items the webinar covered The new Native Vote supplement to Rock the Vote s Democracy Day Class The class is a one class period program that uses video a classroom discussion and a mock election to teach young people the skills to navigate the elections process and engage as active citizens Download the supplement now Rock the Native Vote Youth Week September 24 28th 2012 If your organization school Boys and Girls Club youth council or community would like to participate sign up here Rock the Vote Native Vote Registration Widget Now you can help register voters through your existing website Native Vote promotional materials The National campaign will soon provide the option to order tee shirts buttons stickers posters and more in bulk In the meantime you can visit NativeVote Org to order individual items to start raising awareness about the Native Vote New State Based Groups on NativeVote org Sign in and join to collaborate and connect with other Native Vote coordinators in your area and in your state Jacqueline Johnson Pata Executive Director of National Congress of American Indians discussed the importance of the Native Vote and its youth first time voters Heather Smith President of Rock the Vote and Jaynie Parish Field Organizer for Rock the Vote Southwest discussed the tools and resources available to educators tribal leaders youth coordinators and mentors to encourage youth civic engagement Don t forget to sign up at www nativevote org to stay up to date on the latest Native Vote news trainings and webinars Native Pride Native Power Native Vote Every Voice Counts Views 217 Tags Share Tweet Facebook Previous Post Next Post Comment You need to be a

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/rocking-the-native-vote (2016-02-09)
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  • Blogs - Native Vote 2014
    the Native Vote More Continue Added by Kellcee Baker on October 25 2011 at 6 57pm 2 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 polling sites in Fort Totten and Warwick will be open to voters The ruling states that the Continue Added by NCAI on October 26 2010 at 1 30pm No Comments Menominee Nation Hosts Candidate Rally Added by Krystalyn Kinsel on October 21 2010 at 10 30am No Comments Oglala Sioux Win Challenge of Shannon County Early Voting Starts Last week in South Dakota tribal leaders of the Oglala Sioux Tribe were facing voter disenfranchisement and challenged a similar decision by Shannon County

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blog/list?promoted=1&page=2 (2016-02-09)
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