2010 Voting News Stories

• • Cherokee tribal council OKs new voting districts. (Tulsa World) 12/25/10.

• • Supreme Court refuses to hear case over Native American voting rights (The Rapid City Journal) 11/19/10

• • Election 2010 Native influence: "the Frybread factor" (Indian Country Today) 11/09/10

• • Poling places removed from Native reservation (Care2.com) 10/25/10

• • Alaska's Miller files complaint against Native PAC (Lexington Herald-Leader) 10/21/10

• • Will Oglalas be disenfranchised? (Indian Country Today) 09/15/10

• • Sannon County, Pine Ridge move to protect voting rights (Indian Country Today) 09/08/10

• • Fremont County to appeal voting rights case (Wyoming AP News) 08/25/10

• • Judge pledges decision in voting rights case (CBS4Denver.com) 07/27/10

• • Settlement reached in SD voting rights lawsuit (REZNET) 05/27/10

• • 8th Circuit reverses victory in Indian voting rights lawsuit (Indianz.com) 05/05/10

• • State settles lawsuit, agrees to offer voter aid in Yup'ik (adn.com) 02/20/10

• • State of Alaska, NARF, Northern Justice Project and ACLU reach settlement in Yup'ik language voter assistance case (ACLU.org) 02/19/10

• •State settles lawsuit, agrees to offer aid in Yup'ik (Anchorage Daily News) 2/20/10

• • ACLU challenges illegal disfranchisement of American Indian voters in South Dakota (ACLU.org) 02/08/10

• • Campaign finance ruling impacts tribes (Indian Country Today) 02/04/10

? ? Campaign finance ruling impacts tribes (Indian Country Today) 02/04/10


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