- By Native News Online Staff
#NativeVote2020. Native American voters could be the "difference makers" in the upcoming election. Native News Online hosted this live streaming forum, featuring leaders from around Indian Country discussing a range of topics — from "fake election news" to voter supression, mail-in ballots and more.
Presented by Native News Online in partnership with Verizon Media and the Multicultural Media Correspondents Association, the live streaming event, "Energing the Native Vote" can be viewed on YouTube below.
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