2015 Voting News Stories

Supreme Court blocks Native Hawaiian election vote count (NBC News) 12/2/15

Opponents ask high court to block Native Hawaiian vote count (Hawaii Tribune Herald) 11/26/15

Hawaiians protest vote on future tribal plan (FURTHER UPDATED) (SCOTUS Blog) 11/24/15

Judge to rule Friday on fate of Native Hawaiian election (Hawaii News Now) 10/20/15

Native Hawaiian election effort hampered by lawsuit, divisiveness (Boston Globe) 10/19/15

Historic voting-rights win in Alaska (Indian Country Today) 10/14/15

Tribe leader won't sign measure over election monitors (Native Times) 9/11/15

Civil and Human Rights Coalition applauds Senator Murkowski's co-sponsorship of bipartisan Voting Rights Act restoration (Civil Rights) 9/11/15

State of Alaska and Native American Rights Fund jointly reach settlement in historic Language Assistance Case (Alaska Business) 9/10/15

Why doesn't Jackson County want Natives to vote? (Indian Country Today) 8/25/15

Montana counties skirt Native voting rights case settlement (Indianz) 8/14/15

Udall pushes to improve voter access for Native Americans (New Mexico Democrats) 8/1/15

Tester leads charge to improve voter access for Native Americans (Vote Smart) 7/31/15

DOJ proposes bill to improve access to voting in Indian Country (Indianz) 5/22/2015

Court says Sioux voting rights suit will proceed (Courthouse News Service) 5/5/15

The power of Native voting...beginning of a powerful trend (Indian Country Today) 2/27/15

Cherokee Nation Election Commission accepting absentee ballot requests (Native Times) 2/12/15

Native voting pact eased poll access, but turnout down (ABQ Journal) 1/17/15

Native voting plaintiffs got it right, says DOJ (Indian Country Today) 1/12/15

Obama administration intervenes in Native American voting rights lawsuit (Think Progress) 1/7/15

DOJ asks judge not to dismiss voting rights lawsuit (Washington Times) 1/3/15


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