County Clerk Disqualifies Utah Residents
In Navajo Mountain, Utah, there is a small post office in the chapter house that is located in Utah. However, it uses a Tonalea, Arizona zip code because it is a sub-branch of the post office on the Arizona side of the border. The county clerk disqualifies Utah residents there claiming they live in Arizona because of their post office address. San Juan County uses ‘all sorts of methods like that to reduce the number of voters’ and purge them from the voting list. Source: The Comprehensive Field Hearing Report On Historical and Contemporary Barriers to Political Participation by Native American Voters. Boulder, CO: Native American Rights Fund, February 2020
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