Native American Election Information Program

 

 

 

 

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  About the Program

  The Native American Election Information Program was             established in San Juan County in the early 1980s and is           housed under the Bureau of Elections department of the             County Clerk's Office. The Program is to assist and educate       Native American citizens on School, City, County, State, and     Federal Elections; candidacy filing; voter registration;                   absentee voting; early voting; poll workers recruitment and         training; activities on Election Day and results of the election.     The program assists in the Navajo language on the election       process.

  San Juan County, New Mexico contains a portion of the             Navajo Reservation consisting of eighteen chapters:                    BeclabitoTiis Tsoh Sikaad (Burnham), Crystal, Gadii'ahi,    Tse Daa K'aan (Hogback), Huerfano, Lake Valley, Nageezi,    Naschitti, Nenahnezad, Newcomb, San Juan, Sanostee,    Sheep Springs, Shiprock, Two Grey Hill/Toadlena, Upper      Fruitland, and White Rock Chapter.

  San Juan County is determined and committed to making the     election process equally available to Native American citizens     pursuant to Section 2 and 203 of the Voting Rights Act. San       Juan County has in the past provided and is currently                 providing substantial bilingual assistance to the Navajo               citizens of San Juan County.

Click on the precinct name for a map of the polling place.

You can CLICK HERE for a printable list.

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Voting Convenience Centers

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Central Consolidated Schools Business Office

 

Shiprock

South of U.S. Highway 64 - Old Shiprock High School

CCSD Business Office

 

Phil Thomas Performance Hall

 

Shiprock

 

On U.S. Highway 64 and West of Shiprock High School

Phil Thomas PAC
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Gadii'ahi Chapter Facilities


Gadii'ahi

4.25 miles West of Shiprock, then North on Indian Service Route 57 for 6 miles Gadiiahi Chapter
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Beclabito Chapter Facilities


Beclabito

18.5 miles West of Shiprock on U.S. Highway 64, on the West side of the highway Beclabito Chapter
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Tse alnaozt'i'i (Sanostee) Chapter Facilities

 

Sanostee

9 miles West of U.S. Highway 491 on Indian Service Route 34 

 

 

Voting is in the blue Veterans Memorial Building in the Chapter complex which is on the left side of the road

Sanostee Chapter
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Crystal Chapter Facilities


Crystal

1/3 mile North on N12, from junction N12 and N134 Crystal Chapter
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Two Grey Hills Chapter Facilities


Two Grey Hills

8.5 miles Southwest of the Mustang Store

 

Voting in the Senior Center

Two Grey Hills Chapter
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Newcomb Fire Station


Newcomb

Mile Marker #56.5 Highway 491, on the West side of the highway Newcomb Fire Station
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Sheep Springs Chapter Facilities


Sheep Springs

Just to the West of Mile Marker 47 on U.S. Highway 491 Sheep Springs Sheep Springs Chapter
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Naschitti Chapter Facilities


Naschitti

U.S. Highway 491 Mile Marker 42, on the West side of the highway Naschitti Chapter
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Lake Valley School


Lake Valley

51 miles South of Farmington on NM Highway 371, then Southeast on Road 7750 Lake Valley School
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Nageezi Chapter Facilities


Nageezi

36 miles South of Bloomfield on the West side of the highway Nageezi Chapter
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Huerfano Chapter Facilities


Huerfano

536 Road 7150 Huerfano Chapter
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Tiis Tsoh Sikaad (Burnham) Chapter Facilities

 

Burnham

12 miles East of U.S. Highway 491 on Navajo Route 5 and 0.5 mile South on Navajo Route 5080 Burnham Chapter
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Nenahnezad Chapter Facilities


Nenahnezad

Between Road 6675 & Navajo Route 36 Nenahnezad Chapter