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  • NIGA’s Ernie Stevens Jr., “Get Out and Vote!

    “The Indian country vote will once again make a difference”


    The right to vote is one of the most fundamental rights and duties we have as American citizens and is the foundation of our government. Our nation’s democratic system is founded on the abiding principle that people consent to be governed. One of the most basic and important ways we give our consent is by casting our vote.

    In just a few weeks, on November 4th, 2008, we will be going to the polls to select new leadership in the White House and Washington, D.C. Our voting right ensures that we have a say in our communities and this country’s future. Whether we take advantage of that opportunity is up to us.

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