Voices of Indigenous Voters

 

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In Arizona, Native Americans have demonstrated a long history of defending and protecting their right to vote – a basic right in a democracy. Not only have they continued to fight for their rights to preserve their respective traditions and cultures, but they’ve also continued to fight for their right to fully participate in state and federal elections. We know that the Native American vote can, and often does, make a difference in election outcomes, especially in statewide elections. However, without consistent voter participation in every election, Native people continue to lack a voice in local, state and national policies that directly impact their lives and communities.

If you are a Native American and live in an urban area like Maricopa County, away from your tribal nation feel free to submit your thoughts to our QUESTIONNAIRE here: AZ Urban Native American Questionnaire

VOICES OF INDIGENOUS VOTERS: The Community Conversation

We are pleased to invite you to our in person town hall meeting, VOICES of Indigenous Voters. This meeting is organized jointly by Morning Star Leaders as well as The Native Voter Turnout Team, a coalition of community leaders and local activists. It will be held on Saturday, July 13th at Scottsdale Community College in the Indigenous Resource Center from with light breakfast at 8:00AM and the event between 8:30AM – 11:30AM .

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