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  • Download the Voter Protection Flyer! - Native Vote 2014
    on October 28 2010 at 4 30pm View Blog Flyer Election Protection docx Views 52 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

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/download-the-voter-protection (2016-02-09)
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  • Radio Ad from South Dakota - Native Vote 2014
    Native Vote Trainings Native Vote Bulk Store Native Vote Gear NV Action Week NV Action Week Sign Up Action 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 Radio Ad from South Dakota Posted by NCAI on October 28 2010 at 3 30pm View Blog Playing now on radio stations in South Dakota Thanks to Dustina Gill for sending it our way http twaud io xBf Views 12 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 a non partisan initiative All Native Vote activities will be conducted in a nonpartisan manner in compliance with IRS rules and regulations and will not constitute prohibited political activity We do not endorse any candidate

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/radio-ad-from-south-dakota (2016-02-09)
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  • Native Vote on Facebook! - Native Vote 2014
    Add Native Vote on Facebook Posted by NCAI on October 28 2010 at 3 00pm View Blog 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 Replace your Profile Picture You can use this icon and replace your profile picture to let people know that you support Native Vote Just right click the image save it to your desktop and upload it as your profile picture Views 49 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

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/native-vote-on-facebook (2016-02-09)
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  • Judge orders Benson County reservation voting sites open - Native Vote 2014
    places in the county including all three on the reservation for both the June primary election and the Nov 2 general election this year The only one polling site was established in Minnewaukan N D to save money commissioners said The tribe took the case to court arguing that the decision continues a history of official racial discrimination in voting The judge said there is no evidence of intentional discrimination However he added that the county must accommodate the voting concerns of the tribe because time does not allow for a trial to be held before the election to consider how American Indian voters would be affected by having no polling sites on the reservation The focus of the Tribe s claim is whether the closure of the voting places will have a disparate impact on Native Americans residing on the Spirit Lake Reservation in violation of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 Erickson wrote In Erickson s summary he said plaintiffs had met their burden of proof in establishing that They have a likelihood of success on the merits They will suffer irreparable harm if the preliminary injunction is not granted The balance of harm weighs in their favor and Public interest in granting the preliminary injunction weighs in their favor Sen Byron Dorgan applauded the ruling Dorgan had requested before the court case that Benson County reverse its decision He also asked the U S Department of Justice to investigate the matter I felt that the previous decision by the Benson County Commission to close long established polling sites on the Spirit Lake Reservation would disenfranchise many of our state s Native American voters Dorgan said today Unfortunately this issue is not exclusive to just Benson County There will be 33 percent fewer polling sites this Election Day

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/judge-orders-benson-county (2016-02-09)
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  • Oglala Sioux Win Challenge of Shannon County; Early Voting Starts - Native Vote 2014
    tribal leaders of the Oglala Sioux Tribe were facing voter disenfranchisement and challenged a similar decision by Shannon County The U S Department of Justice had begun reviewing the incident After seeking early voting the Tribe was left with no election official to run the General Election Shannon County Fall River County and the Oglala Sioux Tribe have come to an agreement Beginning September 28 2010 Shannon County s Lakota Language Program office in Pine Ridge S D will allow county voters to cast early ballots for the upcoming general elections For a county where American Indians and Alaska Natives account for 95 of the population this victory is huge Four Directions a nonpartisan voting rights group and partner of NCAI s Native Vote initiative has agreed to contribute 5 000 to offset the cost of early voting Read the article in the Rapid City Journal Shannon officials and commissioners reach accord early voting star Views 35 Tags Dakota Oglala Protection Siioux South Voter 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

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/oglala-sioux-win-challenge-of (2016-02-09)
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  • Join Native Vote for our Kickoff Teleconference - Native Vote 2014
    us for our first national teleconference on Monday September 27 2010 at 3 00 pm eastern NCAI will brief all of our Native Vote coordinators and tribal representatives on the national races in Indian Country including where Native votes will make the most difference This is also a time for all of our Native Vote coordinators and tribal representatives to express and identify immediate Native Vote needs Dial in Number 888 244 8150 Conference Code 5384676027 To ensure that you receive an agenda and handouts before the call please RSVP to kkinsel ncai org Views 11 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 Brenda Francis on October 12 2010 at 5 32pm Thanks for that I was on the conference call late and then ended up walking away from the conversation I appreciated the information and never thought about being bullied When I was 18 years old and went to vote the lady made fun of me and was mad that I didn t know how to vote This discouraged me from voting and I didn t vote for

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/join-native-vote-for-our (2016-02-09)
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  • NCAI's Blog - Native Vote 2014
    campaign brought you preliminary results of this unprecedented turnout as well as a special video to thank Native Vote coordinators partners and volunteers for their dedication and hard work Continue Added by NCAI on November 13 2012 at 1 30pm 1 Comment New Report Voter ID Laws and the Native Vote Voter ID laws being considered or already in place in six states could have a negative impact on Native voter participation in the 2012 election and in years to come New analysis released today by the National Congress of American Indians NCAI warns that Native voters in Alaska Florida Michigan Minnesota South Dakota and Wisconsin present significant barriers to Native Voter participation Continue Added by NCAI on October 24 2012 at 1 30pm 1 Comment Native Vote Action Week Photo Competition Results Native Vote would like to extend a big congratulations to Rachael Sourjohn at the College of the Muscogee Nation for winning the Native Vote Action Week Photo Competition Thank you to all of the event organizers that submitted photos and for your ongoing work to turn out Continue Added by NCAI on October 18 2012 at 1 48pm 1 Comment Native Vote Action Week Wrap Up and Native Vote Photo Competition As Native Vote Action Week comes to a close we want to thank all of the tribal leaders Continue Added by NCAI on September 28 2012 at 4 30pm No Comments Native Vote PSAs made by YOU Leading up to November 6 th Native Vote has received some really great PSAs from organizers across Indian Country Check some of them out below and feel free to send and share with all your friends Thanks to everyone working to help turn out the largest Native Vote ever this year Visit the Native Vote media campaign page for more PSAs and radio spots Continue Added by NCAI on September 28 2012 at 1 30pm No Comments Rock 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

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blog/list?user=0d14806f97s9w&page=1 (2016-02-09)
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  • Benson County Rejects Spirt Lake Nation Request to Reopen Polling Location - Native Vote 2014
    place in Fort Totten N D The commission decided to reconsider the matter for the 2012 election according to County Auditor Bonnie Erickson The county decided last year to adopt a mail in voting system for 2010 as a money saving measure and to encourage voting By law the county must keep one polling place open The poll is at the county courthouse in Minnewaukan N D The county first tried the system in the June primary election The results showed that the number of voters in the Fort Totten N D precinct dropped by 22 from 60 in the 2008 primary to 38 in 2010 The Warwick N D precinct showed an increase of seven Spirit Lake also has a small precinct at Oberon N D which showed no significant difference Some Spirit Lake officials said potential voters did not receive mail in ballot applications for the June primary so they were not able to vote Spirit Lake had support from Sen Byron Dorgan D N D who earlier had sent letter encouraging the County Commission to re establish a poll at the reservation saying he was concerned that the move could disenfranchise voters who live on the reservation Given the historical obstacles faced by Native Americans in the voting process I believe it is critical for our state and counties to ensure convenient accessible polling locations for these communities Dorgan wrote I hope that Benson County will take these concerns into account and establish a voting site on the Spirit Lake Reservation as they have always done in the past Overall the mail voting system slightly increased turnout and saved some money for the county according to Erickson The total number of votes case in Benson County increased by 247 from the June 2008 primary to June 2010

    Original URL path: http://www.nativevote.org/profiles/blogs/benson-county-rejects-spirt (2016-02-09)
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