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    • Please see section "Places to Register in Person" to register in person with another form of identification:

        • A paycheck stub, utility bill, bank document or government document that lists both your name and your address like a Native American Tribal card

    • Register to vote without a Drivers License or State ID by clicking below

      • Individuals using any other method of identification must register to vote at least 15 days before Election Day and are not required to provide proof of residency

      • Fill out the form online, print it, sign it and hand deliver or mail it to the address on the form

Every Native Vote Counts

With every vote counted, we strengthen our Native voice.

"When you go in the voting booth, that's the one time where you have as much power as the richest person in the United States, or even the most powerful person in the United States. Because when you're in that booth, it's one man, one vote." - Desmond Meade


Why Vote?

It's time to elevate the Indian Country discussion into Congress legislation where Indigenous voices are fully integrated.

Economic Development

Treaty Rights

Racial Equity

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Judiciary Overhaul



Places to Register to Vote in Person

Other methods of registration include an application obtained at one of the following locations:

  1. Your local Secretary of State branch office

  2. Your local county, city, or township clerk's office

  3. Offices of several state agencies, like the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Community Health, and the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

  4. Military recruitment centers

  5. Voter registration drives

Please click below to help with any additional questions, check your registration, apply for an absentee ballot, information about your polling station and so much more