Thursday, January 11, 2018
8:15 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Beus Center for Law and Society
W.P. Carey Armstrong Great Hall
111 E. Taylor Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
TELL YOUR STORY ABOUT VOTING IN NON-TRIBAL ELECTIONS
We want to hear about your experience in voter registration and voting in federal, state, and local (non-tribal) elections.
Issues to be addressed include whether Native voters have opportunities in their communities that are equal to those of
non-Natives or if they experience discrimination in:
• Location of voter registration
• Location of in-person voting
• Voter identification requirements
• Early voting
• Poll worker opportunities
• Treatment at the polls
• Language barriers
• Other discrimination
Witnesses will include tribal leaders, advocates, and voters. If you would like to testify or want more information, please
contact Patty Ferguson-Bohnee at email@example.com.
VOTING RIGHTS IN INDIAN COUNTRY
The Native American Voting Rights Coalition is an alliance of national and grassroots organizations, scholars, and activists
advocating for equal access for Native Americans to the political process. It is holding eld hearings throughout Indian
Country to document barriers to registration and voting in non-tribal elections. Information from the hearings will help
promote public education, identify policy solutions, and advance other legal remedies to expand Native access to voting.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Register to attend or submit testimony: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download pdf flyer here: Arizona Voting Rights Hearing_Jan 2018.4.