In Our Words

The Western Native Voice is growing stronger.

There is power in one voice and there is power in many people speaking together in one voice.

"Supporting all our veterans and ensuring we have the services we need is important to me."

 

-Renata Lindo

(Potawatomi)

"For me the importance of voting and organizing is about making a difference and leaving a good footprint, a legacy for our communities."

-​Suzette LaPlant

(N.Cheyenne & Blackfeet)

"There are so many barriers and our process is not perfect. At times it can be exclusionary, but this is an important route for engaging citizens and moving our communities forward."

-Heather Cahoon

(Pend d' Oreille) 

"We have to have a voice. We've been silent too long and we have to make our officials accountable. I am a first time registered voter, it took me a while, 54 years, to see and understand that my voice does count. I am excited to finally have a reason to vote and that's supporting Native candidates."

-Ed Baker 

"For the kids.... I want them to have a good future. This will be the first election I vote in."

-Gavin Begay 

"Voting is important because our communities need to change for the better. We are heard when we vote. Your voice counts!" 
 

-Kourtnie Snapps
-Laura Kipp
-Andria Snapps
-Jonathan Brewe
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Joshlynn Monroe-Blackfeet
Kourtnie, Laura, Andria, Jonathon
I am Piikani & I vote
Ed Baker
Voting- Gavin Begay
Using Vote Power to Support Veterans
Stone Child College Tabling
Faith Price and Heather Cahoon
Registering to Vote
Joshlynn Monroe-Blackfeet
Kourtnie, Laura, Andria, Jonathon
I am Piikani & I vote
Ed Baker
Voting- Gavin Begay
Using Vote Power to Support Veterans
Stone Child College Tabling
Faith Price and Heather Cahoon
Registering to Vote
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