Republicans Are Trying to Disenfranchise Native American Voters in North Dakota, But the Native Community Is Fighting Back With a Unique Plan to Allow Them to Vote
There are five federally recognized Tribes and one Native American community that fall within the borders of North Dakota. While numbers of Native voters are not enough to win an election completely, their support can decide a close race.
In the past, that support went toward helping Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp. Native rights advocates like the Native American Rights Fund (NARF) point to this support as the reason behind a new voter ID requirement in North Dakota.