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Many native IDs are not accepted at North Dakota Polling Places – NPR

Many native IDs are not accepted at North Dakota Polling Places – NPR

In June, instructions were posted on an early voice area in Bismarck, N.D. In those primary elections, tribal IDs who did not show residential addresses were accepted as voter IDs. But those same IDs will not be accepted in the general election.

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James MacPherson / AP

In June, instructions were posted on an early voice area in Bismarck, N.D. In those primary elections, tribal IDs who did not show residential addresses were accepted as voter IDs. But those same IDs will not be accepted in the general election.

James MacPherson / AP

Native American groups in North Dakota are struggling to help members get new addresses and new IDs in the few weeks that remain before the election day – the only way some residents can vote.

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