The November midterm election is less than a month away. Native women are running for elected offices around the US. Join us as we check in with Native American and Alaska Native women who are running in state and tribal elections in 2014. What does it take to get elected to office as a Native woman? What obstacles do Native women face when running for an elected position?
Deb Haaland (Laguna), candidate for Lieutenant Governor of New Mexico
Darlene Miller (Seneca), candidate for Seneca Nation president
Lisa Johnson-Billy (Choctaw/Chickasaw), Oklahoma State Representative
Break Music: Wake Up Song (song) Voices of Salish & Ped d’Oreille Women (artist) Heart of the Bitterroot (album)