Navajo Lawsuit Against Off-Reservation Polling Places Survives Motion to Dismiss

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Utah – Residents of a Navajo reservation have filed suit against San Juan county election officials after polling places were closed in and around the reservation.  While county voters may mail-in their ballots, the plaintiffs in the lawsuit claim that there is no “in-person” voting available on the reservation, and this interferes with the reservation inhabitant’s voting rights.  This week a judge denied the election officials’ motion to dismiss.  Read more in the Salt Lake Tribune.

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