Native American Presidential Forum 2020 Jan. 14 & 15

Indian Country continues making history at the Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall on Jan. 14 & 15 with the Four Directions and Nevada Tribes Native American Presidential Forum. This second non-partisan forum once again will focus specifically on issues in Indian Country, and the organizations are hoping for participation from all current candidates running for presidential office. Candidates will answer questions about important issues facing more than 5 million Native American voters and their families across the country.

Concurrent with the forum, Four Directions and partners will provide training for Native Americans living in Nevada on participation in Nevada’s presidential primary caucuses. For candidates that choose to participate in the forum, we will utilize materials from candidate campaigns in the training. Additionally, Four Directions and partners will conduct voter registration and get-out-the-vote training for Native Americans from across the United States.

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