The Navajo people are legal citizens of the United States of America. Noted that white or immigrant citizens claim to be "Native" but it is truly these people who are true Natives of America. They do not get anything free of charge in this country. They pay taxes -- local, state, surplus taxes wherever required and federal taxes. Navajo families send their children to fight on foreign soil just like any other non-Indian family in the U.S.A. In fact, serving in the military has a double meaning for the Navajo family -- America is their native soil and because of they are patriotic, i.e., Code Talkers. State of Utah politicians' discriminative treatment of the Navajo voters is illegal and unfair.The obvious picture of the redistrict-ing of the districts where there is a high population of Navajo Indian voters is very obvious. The result is that the influence of the Navajo voters is cut down to near 5%. It is a very discriminative practice of the legislative in the the House of Senate and the House of Representatives in the state of Utah. There is some sort of claim that Navajo reservation are so isolated that "these" people are "culturally foreign" is an excuse. These reservation patches of lands are in America, not in Central America. Additionally, for the local election offices to send out vote-by-mail is another tactic to exclude the Navajo voter.So what is fair? What is fair is to include the Navajo voter by ensuring that there are easily reachable election polls for the Navajo voters equipped with Navajo-speaking helpers. That's not a special treatment, it is the law, a fair and low-cost method. What is fair would be to list or renew the PO Box addresses of every Navajo voter so that voting ballots could be send to the voters. Most trading posts have PO Box services. What is fair is to stop dividing up the districts towards excluding any influence of the Navajo voters. Navajos have a political voice, too.
Why the F___ didn't they print the ballot in English, Spanish and Dine? It's not rocket science.
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