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Tribes will ramp up efforts to hold corporations accountable for climate change after the energy industry invested another $5 million to stop their campaign.
Arizona has a long history of discriminating against Native voters. A new law may help those efforts.
The state of Minnesota will almost surely have a Native woman serving as Lieutenant Governor come 2019.
President Donald Trump's reputation in Indian Country is often in the dumps even as Congress keeps giving him pro-tribal bills to sign.
From Yvette Herrell in New Mexico to Paulette Jordan in Idaho, it's been a record year for Native women candidates.
Unite we must; because for those Native Americans who believe there is no danger to our sovereignty are wrong.
The Trump administration continues to dismantle the Bears Ears National Monument despite objections from tribes.
Voters in Oklahoma's 2nd Congressional District will make a historic choice this November, with two Cherokee citizens on the ballot.
When Claudia Tenney began her campaign there was hope that she would become an advocate for the lack of human rights on tribal territory.
Could the President of the United States be charged with a crime?
Minnesota is certain to elect a Native woman as its next lieutenant governor.
U.S. Congressional candidate Sharice Davids had trouble finding housing when she lived and worked on the Pine Ridge Reservation a few years ago.
A Republican descendant of immigrants claims his indigenous opponent is not from around here.
The non-Indian power structure in a Utah county is slowly being dismantled.
A criminal indictment of a fellow lawmaker is putting Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Oklahoma), a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, back in the news.
Native voters in South Dakota are making some big decisions in 2018.
Kevin Stitt could make history as Oklahoma's first Native American governor.
Secretary Ben Carson is making his first trip to New Mexico and tribal housing is high on his agenda.
Native Americans will turn out in large numbers because they are just plain sick and tired of politics as usual.
Native voters are the least likely to express an interest in voting in November despite opposing Trump's actions.
Does this even qualify as a #NativeVote18 story? Here is it anyway, from the Bayou State!
Officials in South Dakota are comfortable with ignoring Indian-White relations so they can look to their future without guilt.
One Native Republican defended Donald Trump but other Native candidates were critical of the president's remarks about Russia.
Native Americans have been 'systematically denied access to fair representation' as a result of persistent barriers to voting.
One #NativeVote18 candidate in Kansas is facing the Trump machine while another has resurfaced in New Mexico.
Everything we were taught that was good in America is on the line.
A county commission race in Utah was a local referendum of sorts on the Trump administration’s actions to reduce the size of the Bears Ears National Monument.
Tribal leaders are stepping up to pass a ballot initiative that aims to hold corporations accountable for climate change.
Immigrant children and families being separated by our government is a despicable policy and must stop now.
It's primary day in North Dakota and one Republican candidate is making some unusual comments about the incumbent Democrat's gender.
Deb Haaland is connecting with voters by linking her Laguna Pueblo background to her progressive Democratic campaign in New Mexico.
With his campaign flailing, a Republican candidate for Congress dropped a 'bombshell' about tribes and treaties. The gamble didn't pay off.
Indian Country witnessed history as Deb Haaland secured a commanding victory in her bid to become the first Native woman in the U.S. House.
We have endured hundreds of years of foreign people and foreign governments imposing themselves on our way of life.
We want to see the biggest powwow and the biggest Native basketball tournament and we need a larger arena to do it.
Please help us make voting our new tradition in Indian Country.
The treaties are not the problem. The problem is the United States has never honored any treaty with an Indian nation.
Stereotypes are shattered every time a campaign commercial is produced and aired on television or distributed online.
A Republican candidate for South Dakota's sole Congressional seat wants the federal government to take another look at its relationship with tribal nations.
Native voters in North Dakota continue to fight for their rights amid repeated attempts to limit their participation.
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp did not join the #NoDAPL movement like many of her fellow Democrats. She may pay for it the polls in North Dakota.
Three Ojibwe women are running for the office of Lt. Governor of Minnesota. Unprecedented?
Conventional wisdom says Paulette Jordan has no chance, but Idaho is changing fast.
As voters head to the polls in New Mexico, Deb Haaland is in a tight three-way race while Gavin Clarkson is still stirring controversy.
Paulette Jordan, a citizen of the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, won a convincing primary victory in her bid to be the next governor of Idaho.
Paulette Jordan is making a lot of history as a young Native woman atop an all-female ticket.
June 5 is just around the corner and Native voters in South Dakota have some important choices to make.
The American election process does not make it easy for independent and third-party candidates.
Arvina Martin in Wisconsin and Erik Rydberg in California are among the Native vote candidates in a record year.
The first #NativeVote18 tests are in Idaho, South Dakota and New Mexico, with candidates running for Congress, state attorney general and more.
The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe is getting out the Native vote ahead of an upcoming election in New York.
A strong sense of place dictates Faith Spotted Eagle's priorities as she seeks public office in South Dakota.
'We live in uncertain times,' Faith Spotted Eagle says as she seeks a seat in the South Dakota Legislature.
When Yankton Sioux activist Faith Spotted Eagle filed her election petition in South Dakota, she joined an historic number of Native women running for office.
Your smartest move, is to stop allowing tribal councils to run every reservation to its ruin.
Paulette Jordan is running as a Democrat in what is perhaps the reddest, most Republican state in the country.
Indigenous women are reclaiming the tradition of female leadership and turning the old, white, male-dominated perspective of history on its head.
The practice of gerrymandering had been used against the Lakota people in South Dakota for many years.
Candidates and organizers think now is the time for Indigenous lawmakers.
More than 70 Native Americans are running for office across the nation and some are hoping to make history at the ballot boxes this year.