Native Vote Oklahoma
From Native Vote 2010:
Native Vote, is a nation wide resource for encouraging voter turn out in Indian Country. Organized by the National Congress of American Indians, get out the vote efforts in Indian Country have been supported by NCAI since 1955.
What it's all about (an example from New Mexico):
What you can do in your state:
The state of Oklahoma has a substantial American Indian and Alaska Native population. They make up 11.36% of the state’s overall population, and 9.77% of people who are 18 and over. Traditionally, the Republican party has dominated the state’s elections. Senator Thomas Coburn (R) is seeking reelection, but his seat is considered safe by national polls.
There are five congressional districts in Oklahoma with significant populations of American Indian and Alaska Native voters. Some of these populations account for over 20% of a district’s population, such as Oklahoma's 2nd congressional district. Interestingly, this is the only district that is currently being represented by a member of the Democratic party, Congressman Dan Boren (D). The 1st, 3rd, 4th, and 5th congressional districts are represented by Sullivan (R), Lucas (R), Cole (R), and Fallin (R), respectively. These congressional seats are considered safe.