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Group sues, alleges slow mail disenfranchises rural, tribal voters (access required)

A disparity in mail deliveries is at the heart of a federal voting rights complaint filed August 26 by Native American voting rights organization Four Directions that alleges that voters on the Navajo Nation don’t have the same access to the ballot as non-Native voters in other parts of Arizona.

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