Across America, it is altogether too hard for Native Americans to vote. They often must go off-reservation and travel outrageous distances to reach voting services. Many do not have home addresses or mail delivery, making registering and receiving a ballot difficult, if not impossible. Native Americans still face racial discrimination and hostilities when casting their ballots.
The fundamental promise of American democracy is that everyone can participate. We must fight to honor that promise. Native Americans are intimately familiar with broken promises and the damage that they cause. To fix relations and heal wounds, Native Americans must be able to participate in the American democratic system and be heard on our own terms.
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► Native Americans rights, resources, and lifeways are intact and protected.
►Promises made to Native peoples are upheld.
►Tribes are able to exercise their sovereign right to manage their own affairs.