How North Dakota is keeping Native Americans from voting in the midterms

The Fort Laramie treaty riders cross the Nebraska and Wyoming border in Van Tassel, Wyoming, U.S., April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith - RC1BDDE04710

David M. Rubenstein Fellow Randall Akee discusses how the recent Supreme Court decision upholding North Dakota’s voter identification requirement could ultimately disenfranchise much of the state’s Native American population and impact the outcome of a close Senate race.

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