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    Globe, Arizona (ICC)

    Mary Kim Titla's historic campaign to become the nation's first Native American Woman elected to Congress continues to gain momentum by garnering more endorsements among members of various tribes.

    Congressional District 1 has one of the largest American Indian populations(at 22 percent) among districts in the country.

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