State of North Dakota, tribes agree to settle voter ID lawsuits
Paul Smith, vice president at Campaign Legal Center, called the deal "a breakthrough." "In order to have a successful 2020 election, the state must follow through with a robust voter and poll worker education campaign to ensure that proper protocols are followed so people aren't rejected because of the state’s failed addressing system," he said in a statement. The agreement could bolster the efforts of North Dakota Native Vote, an effort to increase Native American voter turnout. It launched in 2018 and last week announced its 2020 effort.
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