Levi Rickert, editor-in-chief in Native Currents. Discussion »
WASHINGTON Native Vote, the National Congress of American Indians' component to increase voting among American Indians and Alaska Natives, wants to ensure every vote counts in Indian Country.
Throughout history, voting manipulation has taken place where some people have been turned away from the polling places because of perceived technicalities.
To ensure voters in Indian Country are afforded their proper rights to vote in elections, Native Vote is conducting a webinar called "Protecting the Vote in Indian Country."
This important webinar will held on Friday, August 17, at 2:00 pm edt.
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Guest speakers will discuss obstacles that tribal members may encounter at polling places, and highlight resources that are available to tribes to ensure that every Native vote is counted.
Native Vote is a nonpartisan campaign initiated by the National Congress of American Indians. The campaign works with community organizers, non-profits, urban Indian centers, tribal governments, and regional organizations to create a strong and permanent infrastructure for election training that highlights voter registration, election protection policies, and voter education.
Anyone is welcome to join the webinar. Sign up today.
How Indian Country's Non-profits Can Run Their Own Native Vote Campaign
Friday, August 17
2:00 pm edt
Register for the Webinar through this link »
posted August 14, 2012 7:00 am edt