This article in the Salt Lake Tribune is written by Zak Podmore. Here’s an excerpt:
A landmark voting rights settlement between San Juan County and the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission will likely be extended into 2024.
Supporters say the deal will ensure access to Navajo language assistance during elections as well as expanded early voting opportunities for residents of Utah’s only majority-minority county, which overlaps with the Navajo and Ute Mountain Ute nations.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez called the original settlement, which was reached in 2018 and is set to expire next month, a “hard-fought victory that … increased voter participation in the recent elections.”
Read the full report here.