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Kurt Gwartney speaks with Native Oklahoma voters.

Find out what you should do if you feel your vote is being suppressed or if you suspect voter fraud.

A look at the impact the current economic crisis will have on tribal economies and how that is affecting the upcoming elections.

Recently, Native college students held an event in Colorado.

Why voting rights advocates in South Dakota are crying foul.

Tristan Ahtone reports on an event at The Institute of American Indian Art.

The organization is reminding people to vote and turn in their ballots by knocking on doors, making phone calls and hosting parties.

Danielle Kaeding asks which of the candidates will be best for Indian Country and most sympathetic to Native American issues.

All nine Oregon tribes are endorsing Republican Gordon Smith over Democratic challenger Jeff Merkley.

A recently released poll by a non-partisan organization shows presidential candidate Barack Obama has a large lead among Native voters.

Means is campaigning to be a part of the system he criticized when he called on tribal members to form an independent Lakota 

Tristan Ahtone reports on a McCain rally in New Mexico.

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A provocative film from the American Indian perspective that reframes today’s controversial energy debate while the fate of the environment hangs in the balance.

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Complement classroom discussion about America's energy future with this film, and help students comprehend the debate about the best use of natural resources.