2007 Voting News Stories

• • Native Vote 2008 is under way (Indian Country Today) 12/21/07

• • Pow Wow princess turned away from voting (Cape Cod Times) 12/10/07

• • Tobey, Dias gain tribal council seats (Cape Cod Times) 12/10/07

• • Charles Mix lawsuit settled (Press & Dakotan) 12/5/07

• • Wampanoags vote Sunday on chairman (The Martha's Vineyard Times) 11/15/07

• • Naiche-Palmer new tribal leader (Ruidoso News) 11/8/07

• • Mashantuckets elect two women to Tribal Council (The Day) 11/6/07

• • Judge boots Crow voter fraud suit (Billings Gazette) 11/6/07

• • Stafne defeats Morales for chair (Great Falls Tribune) 10/29/07

• • Thomas wins tribal election (The Providence Journal) 10/28/07

• • RI Indian Tribe prepares to choose a new chief; Purged members will try to vote (All Headline News) 10/27/07

• • Chino defeated (Ruidoso News) 10/4/07

• • New Native American group pushing election issues, need for cultural center (Great Falls Tribune) 9/27/07

• • Canada votes 'no' as UN native rights declaration passes (CBC News) 9/13/07

• • Tribe readies for key vote (Citizen-Times) 9/4/07

• • Tribal primary election results announced (Rapid City Journal) 8/28/07

• • Rosebud tribal election set (North Dakota News Network) 8/22/07

• • Citizen Potowatomi Nation to hold run-off election (Shawnee News-Star) 8/1/07

• • Court’s decision resolves election dispute (The Joplin Globe) 7/31/07

• • Choctaw election: Tribe faces historic choice (The Clarion-Ledger) 7/2/07

• • Tribe to vote on two issues: amendment, new leaders (The Oklahoman) 6/22/07

• • Yup'ik voters need more, lawsuit says [NARF] (Anchorage Daily News) 6/12/07

• • Choctaw vote on Tuesday (wtok.com) 6/12/07

• • Cherokees to vote on federal approval (The Oklahoman) 6/7/07

• • Minnesota case fits pattern in U.S. attorneys flap: A prosecutor apparently targeted for firing had supported Native American voters' rights (The Los Angeles Times) 5/31/07

• • Freedmen descendants rally against Cherokee vote (TulsaWorld.com) 5/12/07

• • O'odham choices: Juan-Saunders, Norris (Tucson Citizen) 5/1/07

• • Court decides districting of South Dakota city (Indian Country Today) 2/19/07

• • Indian commissioner testifies against suit (Billings Gazette) 2/16/07

• • Indians, county spar over voting analysis (Star Tribune) 2/08/07

• • Trial begins for lawsuit on Indian voting rights (Billings Gazette) 02/06/07

• • Law professor makes case for Cherokee Nation post (LJ World) 02/05/07

• • Hopi candidates make final pitch (Gallup Independent) 01/24/07

• • Cherokee heads into election with absentee limits in place (Smokey Mountain News) 1/10/07

Articles are arranged from most recent (December) to least recent (January) for this particular year and topic.

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