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Voting and Elections
Native American Voting Task Force
- Linda Yardley – Taos Pueblo
- April K. Chavez – Santa Domingo Pueblo
- Arden Kucate – Zuni Pueblo
- Amanda Tolino – Northern Agency
- Jamie Henio – Eastern Agency
- Julie Badonie – Ft. Defiance Agency
- Stacy Sanchez – Jicarilla Apache Nation
- Eric Spitty – Mescalero Apache Tribe
- Lisa LeFlore Davis – Ft. Sill Apache Tribe
- Laurie Weahkee – Urban Native American
- The Native American Voting Taskforce will consult, advise and make recommendations to Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver on Native American voting issues, including:
- Increasing voter registration in Native American communities
- Establishing adequate early voting sites
- Increasing access to the ballot
- Providing election documents in Native American languages
- Proposing statutory changes on Native American voting rights issues
- Increasing voter outreach and voter education in Native American communities
- Assisting New Mexico’s counties in complying with federal voting rights statutes
- Assisting the federal government in recognizing areas of need in New Mexico’s Native American communities, including in urban areas
- Streamlining and reducing inconsistencies in the voting process
- Improving translation services inclusive of language diversities
- Increasing dialogue between the task force, the counties, the state and tribal leadership
- Advocating to the legislature to address the digital divide and internet connectivity
- Incorporating Native American input into future redistricting efforts
- Securing additional funding for Native American voter outreach programs
Regular Local Elections: November 2, 2021