County Officials Arbitrarily Limit Number Of Registration Cards Accepted
In Montana, the number of registration cards accepted by county officials from Native community organizations was arbitrarily limited to 70 after community organizers were hassled and given ‘dirty looks’ for bringing in too many at a time.
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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