- Beecher, Kris O.
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Kris Beecher was recently quoted in the AZ Central article, "Native advocates say voter ID rules in Proposition 309 could disenfranchise Arizona Indigenous voters." Proposition 309 would eliminate the alternative to photo ID for in-person voting; under current law, a person voting in person can either show a photo ID, or, as an alternative, two forms of identification without a photo. "The reality for Native Americans who don't have the same type of access to services whether it is the government, or any other things, this just needlessly complicates our ability to vote," shares Kris. To read the article, click here.
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