By Mary Clare Jalonick
Washington, D.C. (AP)

Congress is expected to adjourn in December without sending a wide-ranging Indian health bill to President Bush, leaving Senate Indian Affairs Committee Chairman Byron Dorgan and American Indian leaders to look to a new president for support.

Barack Obama campaigned in Indian Country more than any presidential candidate before him – mostly during primary season in an attempt to win states with high Indian populations, including North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana.