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The Native Vote And The U.S. Senate

Who wins an election is often determined by who shows up to vote.

At least two sitting U.S. Senators can credit narrow political victories by margins they carried in Indian County.
Some political pundits point out that the number of Native Americans that turn out to vote in this election could again play a key role in determining the makeup of the U.S. Senate.
SDPB’s Charles Michael Ray has this story on why some say the Native vote shouldn’t be overlooked in this election.