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Native American Voters Commanding Attention

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Native American Voters Commanding Attention

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Native American Voters Commanding Attention

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The Native American vote is seen as a possible key to winning several so-called "battleground" states this fall. At one Navajo reservation in northern Arizona, Republicans and Democrats are fighting hard for votes. Arizona Public Radio's Daniel Kraker reports.

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