Tuesday, August 3, 2010

On this day in 1948, a federal court ruled Indians in New Mexico could vote. More than a month earlier, Miguel Trujillo Sr. from Isleta Pueblo attempted to register to vote in a near by town. He was refused and sued the state. He's credited for making it possible for New Mexico tribes to vote in state and national elections

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