In S.D., Native Americans Face Voting Roadblocks

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Early voting in the United States is giving voters easier access to the polls. But if you're a Native American on the Rosebud or Pine Ridge reservations in South Dakota, early voting is not so easy. Voting rights advocates are crying foul.

Charles Michael Ray reports for South Dakota Public Radio.

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