ASU Law student Jennifer Williams (right) gives orientation materials to ASU alumni Gelnnasba Augborne. The initiative was organized by the Indian legal Clinic and led by ASU third-year law school students. Photo by Deanna Dent/ASU Now

ASU Law students work to ensure Native votes count

Native Vote Election Protection Project aims to help American Indians navigate problems such as intimidation on Election Day

ASU Law student Allyson Von Seggern said she felt like a rookie two years ago working a primary election.

Left: First-year law school student Kyra Climbingbear applauds speakers during the orientation. Middle: Director of the Legal Indian Clinic Patty Ferguson-Bohnee touches base with her students during an orientation for the Native Vote Initiative at ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law on Nov. 1. The initiative was organized by the Indian Legal Clinic and led by third-year ASU Law students. Right: Talbot Gandara (left), Rosemary Avila and Allyson Von Seggern greet participants with welcome packets and T-shirts during an orientation for the Native Vote Initiative at ASU Law on Nov. 1. Photos by Deanna Dent/ASU Now

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