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An organization whose work includes increasing Native American participation in elections wants to make it easier for people to register to vote after the 2021 Legislature ended Election Day registration.
Western Native Voice has begun placing voter registration kiosks in tribal offices, clinics, colleges and stores, the organization said Friday.
With the law change and the continuing pandemic, “our team began to brainstorm about how we could safely and effectively get more people registered to vote for the upcoming election without putting people in harm’s way,” said Ta’jin Perez, deputy director of Western Native Voice.
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