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North Dakota Voter ID Laws Suppress Native Voters

The U.S. Supreme Court recently upheld a North Dakota voter ID law which requires each voter to have identification that shows a residential address. However, thousands of Native voters don’t use a residential address, which ironically happen on federally “administered” reservations. Many voters see the correlation between the Republican state Congress members’ new law and widespread Native American support for Democrat Heidi Heitkamp (she won by less than 3,000 in 2012).

Click this LINK to read The Intercept article.

Click this LINK to watch The Intercept’s short video about Native voter suppression.

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