ND, SD Native Tribal Leaders Endorse Hillary Clinton for President!

“Native American Tribal Leaders from across North Dakota and South Dakota endorsed Hillary Clinton for President, Wednesday. They cited her years of experience of leading the United States and her focus on the Native American community as part of their reasons behind endorsing Hillary. As president, Secretary Clinton will be a strong voice for Indian Country.” ABC News, KSFY

MHA Tribal Chairman Mark N. Fox at rally for Hillary Clinton.

MHA Tribal Chairman Mark N. Fox at rally for Hillary Clinton.

“Hillary Clinton represents positive opportunity for continued economic and social development in Indian Country, Chairman Mark Fox of MHA Nation said.

Beautiful poster designed by Lynn Hart Yankton Sioux member. 2016

Beautiful poster designed by Lynn Hart Yankton Sioux member. 2016

She has a proven track record in supporting legislation and initiatives that benefit indigenous nations throughout the United States. Her leadership has demonstrated a willingness to work with all minorities and people of color. She strives to combat the racism and inequality that have plagued our country for far too long. In simplest terms, Hillary Clinton supports Native America!” 

Native Americans vote for Hillary in Gallup NM

Native Americans vote for Hillary in Gallup NM

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*Attention* McKinley County Voters!

New Mexico goes to the polls on Tuesday June 7, 2016.

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Hillary was honored by the Puyallup Tribe with two powerful gifts- A blanket and a Lushootseed Indian name.

Hillary was honored by the Puyallup Tribe with two powerful gifts- A blanket and a Lushootseed Indian name.

“The first woman president of the United States, Hillary Clinton, is the first choice for progression, not regression, of the American dream for ALL!”~ Mark Fox of MHA Nation~

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