#NativeVote16 – Planning: Standing Rock bound, then Montana debate

Update. Since Arizona’s primary is Tuesday I’ll post two more#NativeVote16 candidate graphics today. I want to make sure to give people time to share & retweet.

Crazy travel schedule ahead. Off to Standing Rock today, then headed to Frazer, Montana, for the first congressional debate on Monday. Denise Juneau, Rep. Ryan Zinke, and Mike Fellows will explore issues on the Fort Peck Reservation.

I have been searching archival material to see if there has been another congressional debate in Indian Country * as in ever * but have not found one. So this very well might be the first. At any rate, it’s historic.

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Mark Trahant

Mark Trahant is an independent journalist. He currently serves as the Charles R. Johnson Professor at the University of North Dakota.

3 thoughts on “#NativeVote16 – Planning: Standing Rock bound, then Montana debate”

  1. Mark,

    what’s your take on pipelines generally, i.e, those that don’t pass through sacred ground?

    Khalil

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