The Los Alamos Reporter had this information:
In response to recent issues with access to the ballot during the pandemic and in recognition of historic voter suppression of Native American communities, HB 231 puts in place significant protections, guaranteeing access to the ballot box on native lands.
Sponsored by Rep. Georgene Louis (D-Albuquerque), Rep. Wonda Johnson (D-Rehoboth), Rep. Derrick Lente (D-Sandia Pueblo), Rep. Anthony Allison (D-Fruitland), and Sen. Benny Shendo (D-Jemez Pueblo), House Bill 231 specifies that polling places can be located on native lands during a time of emergency, such as a pandemic. It also allows tribes and pueblos to request additional polling locations up to 100 days before an election, requires at least one polling location within every Indian nation, tribe, and pueblo, and prohibits the state from closing or consolidating polling places on native lands without the express permission of the tribal government.
“Our native communities fought hard for our right to be counted,” said Rep. Louis. “I am moving this legislation forward with my indigenous colleagues in the legislature to prevent additional barriers from being placed between our communities and the ballot box. HB 231 allows our communities to ensure that polling sites are in place, convenient, and open to our voters.”
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