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Native American voting rights advocates are scrambling to ensure that tribal nations in North Dakota are still able to vote in the mid-term elections next month, following a Supreme Court decision that could turn many indigenous people away from the polls. Should their tactic prove successful, it could provide a blueprint to communities of color throughout the United States for legally circumventing restrictive voting policies.

How Native American Leaders Are Trying to Tackle Voter Suppression in North Dakota

Rights activists are urging communities of color to get creative about circumventing attempts to suppress their vote ahead of next month’s decisive mid-term elections.


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