DNC Launches New Ad Campaign Reaching Native American Voters Nationally and in Battlegrounds States

The online, print, and radio ads will run in local outlets in Arizona and Wisconsin 

Today, the Democratic National Committee is announcing a new campaign of online, print, and radio ads to reach Native American voters across the battleground states.

“Native Americans have a critical voice across battleground states in this election, which is why we are reaching out to those voters directly to ensure they have the tools they need to make a plan to vote,” said Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez. “We have witnessed how this administration’s failed response to the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted the lives and livelihoods of Native American communities across the country. Under Trump, Native Americans have experienced a COVID mortality rate more than three times higher than that of white Americans. We must vote for leaders who will work to help our communities, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be those leaders.”

The ads will start running this week in: Indian Country (both print and online), Native News Online, Navajo Times, KTNN: The Voice of the Navajo Nation, Menominee Nation News, and Lac Courte Oreilles News.

This ad campaign follows the recent rollout of new features on IWillVote.com and VoyAVotar.com that help voters easily request and return their ballot by mail, as well as learn important information about the voting process in their state as they make their plan to vote.

See the print and online advertisement below and listen to the radio ad here.