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Navajo County Democrats Busy from Black River to Monument Valley
The station manager of KNNB gives a live remote broadcast as Democrats serve foot to Apaches who have voted at an early polling place in Whiteriver.

Navajo County Democrats have been busy from the Black River marking the southern tip of the county to Monument Valley in the north, canvassing, calling, turning out the early vote and preparing for a big push on Nov. 4.

The campaign has pushed hard for early voting, getting 83 people to the polls in Hopi, 210 in Whiteriver, 200 in Dilkon and as many as 300 in Kayenta. Pinon and other villages on the Navajo Reservation also turned in impressive results.

Our office in Pinetop has been turning in some of the best numbers in the state in terms of houses visited and calls made, and a second office has been operating in Winslow. Canvassers from Flagstaff visited Winslow, helping to complete the most extensive coverage of the non-Tribal portions of Navajo and Apache counties ever.

Meanwhile, large teams are working on all three reservations, registering voters, getting mail ballots turned in and getting people to the every voting events sponsored by the county.

Volunteers have also done extensive canvassing in Holbrook.

A big push for Legislative District 6, which includes Snowflake-Taylor, Flagstaff, Payson and Sedona is planned for the final week of the campaign. If you have not yet volunteered, contact Keith at keithbrekhus@gmail.com and let him know you would like to help out.

The campaign has been a coordinated effort of Navajo County Democrats, White Mountain Democrats, Little Colorado Democrats, the Kirkpatrick campaign, the Arizona Democratic Party and tribal governments. Navajo County Democrats have also coordinated closely with individual statewide campaigns, putting up signs and providing other support.

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