Contribute to help expand and protect voting rights for Native Americans

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UPDATE: We SMASHED our goal for North Dakota Native Vote. They have fully funded their operation and have asked for all future donations to be directed towards Four Directions.


Four Directions works with tribes in Nevada, Arizona, Montana, North Carolina, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota to make a critical difference in close federal elections. Every dollar donated will go to Native voting rights, voter empowerment, voter protection, and voter engagement.


Please chip in $3 today to help Four Directions expand and protect voting rights for American Indians.

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The Supreme Court delivered a major defeat for Native American voting rights when it allowed the implementation of North Dakota’s Republican-backed voter ID law.


Now, voters in North Dakota are required to present documentation of a residential address instead of just a post office box. This requirement is a naked attempt to suppress Native American voters, since those living on reservations often lack such an address and instead use a post office box, because the postal service doesn’t deliver mail to often remote reservations.


Fortunately, tribal identification must be accepted at the polls. So Daily Kos has teamed up with North Dakota Native Vote—an organization working with local tribes to provide updated identification cards, or address verification documents to tribal citizens.


Please chip in $3 today to help North Dakota Native Vote cover the costs of updating tribal IDs and turning out Native American voters this fall.

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